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Please do not copy and post personal photographs of my family members to other websites such as ancestry.com without my permission. I do not have a problem with reusing my tombstone photos for your personal use, but credit would be a good idea as they are my photos. Also note that I did not take all of the photos on my memorials and can't give permission for the ones I didn't take to be reused.
My husband and I started trying to trace our roots back to Europe about 20 years ago. We were fortunate that several of our ancestors kept some records and created family books which were the start of our adventures. We were surprised to learn that both of our families had branches in this country since the 1700's. Most of the entries I've made have some connection to these families, although remote at times (cousins many times removed). A few are just made from photos taken as we walked a cemetery looking for our family members.
I do not intentionally link to burial unknowns for purposes of creating family trees. Please do not request such links. I will delete them if found.
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Benjamin Seaman (Memorial # 26169452) was confirmed to be the son of Samuel Seaman (Memorial # 136402676).
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Electa Underhill|
Good job! Nicely done!
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Electa Cross|
Now we wait. I have better luck having edit deal with the dupes than trying to get others to take responsibility for their clutter.
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Electa Cross|
Thanks! Edit@ is slower than molasses these days. I have a big folder of mergers waiting for them to work on.
|Ron West||RE: Olivia Ide|
Thank you! Thank you! I do appreciate your sharing the obit with me and I have deleted it from my messages.
I have quite a bit of info on other Burns and A LOT of info in Jimmy Burns. If you ever need anything that I can help with, please let me know.
Added by Ron West on Jul 21, 2016 10:29 PM
|Ron West||Olivia Burns Ide|
Hi, I was wondering if maybe I could talk you into sharing the obituary for Olivia Burns Ide with me. I have tried to locate it myself but have not had much luck.
Thanks for consideration,
Added by Ron West on Jul 21, 2016 3:52 PM
|Shary Mullins||RE: Mabel Blanche Wilfong|
I sent it to you by mistake...I meant to send it to the other person with the duplicate. They had the wrong info for her...
She was my dad's aunt
|danna63||RE: Ada Clark Hodges|
Thanks for your quick reply. I appreciate your efforts. I just wanted you to be aware of the photo of the tombstone.
Dee Anna Musgrave
Added by danna63 on Jun 28, 2016 5:29 PM
|nenab||RE: George Albert Lippold photo request|
Searching through my old messages for someone, I came upon your message in 2012 and remembered that I was going to reply to ask how you were related to the Nowels. My Grandmother Alice Keck Lippold was married to Samuel Preston Nowels. My sisers and I called him Uncle Sam. He was a sweet heart!! When you transferred info to George Albert and Alice you mentioned how you were distant relatives to the Nowels. I found a box of pictures when we cleaned my parents house out and know I still have it somewhere. If I remember right it was mostly Sam's relatives. If I find that box, I would be happy to send them to some of his family if they wanted them. nenab #47801019
Added by nenab on Jun 13, 2016 4:17 PM
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||Lyman Kenyon|
Makes sense. There were two Lyman Hulbert's who lived in Illinois, about the same age, who served in the Civil War. The son of Lymam Hulbert and Jane Cross did die in Georgia.
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