|James Clair (#46558213)|
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Some of the surnames that I am researching are: Clair, Morgan, O'Connell, Immerfall, Kadinger or Kedinger, Schroeder on my father's side and the surname Ramsden who was raised by my great grandfather James Thomas Clair Jr.. McNair, Salmon, Payne, Hefner, Holland, Hudson, Hail or Hail on my mother's side. I am also researching my wife's side. Rudy, Lawson, John, Ward and Jobe. Plus other families 19 in total. I am a member of the Schertz Cibolo Valley Area Genealogists operating out of the Schertz City Library, Schertz, Texas. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++NOTICE, NOTICE, NOTICE Because of people posting headstone photo's to GENI AND FAMILY TREES I have been asked by some contributor's that their name be cited. Also be polite and ask for permission first. I have copyrighted all photo's including those who have given me permission to use theirs. If I have not sited someone for the photo it is mine. BE POLITE|
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|Laurie Charles Bowman||RE: Fred Hintz|
No I am not related. I have been working on the IOOF Riverview cemetery in Monticello and that is one that I was linking to. His spouse is buried at Riverview.
|S.R.F.||RE: Elizabeth Ward|
Thanks so much. The person you quoted in the edit said she was born in Tippecanoe City. That was not a selection on Find-A-Grave. In my tree, I have her birth location as Tippecanoe, Tippecanoe, Indiana. What do you think?
Added by S.R.F. on May 26, 2015 10:25 AM
|James & Cheryl Graham||RE: Ida G Moore|
I do not recall if I have answered your questions as of yet. If not, I am sorry for the delay. The Ray Cemetery is actually in Crow, and yes feel free to use any of my F.A.G. photos for your research. I do not know the exact space number of her grave(not numbered).
Glad to be of service to you.
|James Bellert||RE: Linda Dolson|
Hi Jim. You certainly may use the photos as you wish.
I think my views on adoption records are more radical than yours may be. I don't think my rights as an adult should be at all reliant on the birth mother being alive or not nor on her giving consent for the records to be released. As a practical matter, the State has no way of cross-referencing death records with adoption records, mother's maiden names change to married names, they move and are not req'd to notify adoption agencies of a change of address, etc.
Some States never did seal adoption records and most States that did, did so relatively later than you might think. Illinois, where I was born, sealed adoption records in 1945. I was born in 1950. Sealing adoption records came about as a result of some perhaps well-intentioned (but ill-informed) social workers who wanted to "protect" children from the infamy of illegitimacy. They really were protecting adoptive parents from the shame of having a bastard in their families.
At any rate, I wish the States would do as England does: all birth records and adoption records are open to adults, no strings attached.
|S.R.F.||RE: William Te Ward|
White County was the death place I got from Family Trees. The family was living in Big Creek, White County, Indiana on the 1880 Census (which he was listed on).
Added by S.R.F. on Apr 28, 2015 7:20 PM
|S.R.F.||RE: William Ward|
You are welcome! :)
Added by S.R.F. on Apr 28, 2015 6:01 PM
|Susanne D||RE: Edward V Condon|
Section V is very old and some of the original monuments are not there anymore. It isn't for children, but it does not have large family plots like other parts of the cemetery. There are markers that indicate the rows and lots, but I'm always surprised if I find a stone in Section V.
|William Kazupski||RE: Elizabeth Wagner|
Glad I could help... and you're most welcome too.
Well, then she and I have William Ward in common. He was my second great-grandfather! So, your wife and I must be cousins of some degree! :)
Added by S.R.F. on Apr 12, 2015 8:25 AM
You mentioned in your Bio that one of the names on your wife's side is Ward. Is she related to the Ward family also?
Added by S.R.F. on Apr 11, 2015 6:54 PM
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