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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 30 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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|BjJ||RE: Carrie Foreman Massey #24001303|
Yes, that helps a bunch! Thanks for following up with me. I have linked Carrie to her mother and father and noted the info on her bio. Thanks much!
Added by BjJ on Nov 26, 2016 7:35 PM
|Lady In Black||Cook cemetery|
Hello, was wondering if you have seen this cemetery in the Wayne county records? A lady from Flora died and burial will be in Cook cemetery, Rinard. There are a lot of Cooks in Bunker at Rinard and someone made a Find A Grave entry for Cook cemetery recently. I am thinking it may be connected to another cemetery in the Rinard area. Any thoughts?
|BjJ||Carrie Foreman Massey #24001303|
Hi. You sent me an edit to link Carrie to mother Lucinda Sarles. Since I cannot verify that since surname is not Carrie's maiden name of Foreman, would you please send me some verification for that? Thanks much.
Added by BjJ on Nov 20, 2016 10:45 AM
|Greg Wheelock||RE: Charles Wheelock|
I stand corrected, he is 1cuz 5x. transfer if you like.
|Greg Wheelock||RE: Charles Wheelock|
It is likely I am related...somehow, but I have not built him into my tree yet. At this time, do not transfer to me.
|PAMELA Miller||RE: Lura (haws) Miller|
That's great, thank you.
|susan quinn||ZEPHANIAH *(?) MATTHEWS|
I have linked him to his father, Zachary Taylor Matthews and his mother, Mary Margaret Posey Matthews and his wife, Della. Was his name Zephaniah or Zephanian??
|C J||RE: Jonathan Hoffee|
Thanks for the info on Cemetery. Yes, that helps.
Added by C J on Oct 20, 2016 1:09 PM
|C J||Jonathan Hoffee|
Can you tell me if Windland Cem is known by any other name? Maybe Smith Cem or Old Hoffee Cem. Is Windland located way back behind a cattle pasture? I was down there any years ago looking.
Added by C J on Oct 15, 2016 12:10 PM
I have a question about Dr Robert Frazier and his family, in particular his daughter Grace (Grace Frazier Brady). I don't know if this family is a close relation to you or not, so you may not know anything about them, but I thought I would try. I have acquired a small book of poetry written by Grace. According to census records, Grace did not have any children who survived. I am wondering if there are any living descendants of her siblings. You see, I have a website where I feature the poetry of primarily self-published women poets of the past, and I would like to make a page for Grace Frazier Brady. If there are any surviving family members I would, of course, like to contact them and get permission to post samples of her poems on my website. The book was published in 1920 and is entitled Picture Poems. My website is called The Obscure Poetess and can be found at www.obscurepoetess.klsparrow.com
Added by Kay on Oct 03, 2016 7:05 PM
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