|Sherry Harris (#46634886)|
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|Professional genealogist for 16 years. Wrote Civil War Records A Useful Tool Vol. I & II. Retired and working on Family genealogy and preparing binders for each family surname with documents for my children and grandchildren.|
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|Ted Crayne||Rhoda Moore Rinard|
I am able to provide extensive research on the Moore family line if interested in your genealogy quest. Feel free to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ted Crayne||Alice Johnson Rinard|
Sherry, Do you have any additional information on Alice's parents, Samuel Johnson and Rhoda Moore (birth/death/burial location, etc)? I am a Moore family researcher and curious to know what happened to Rhoda who apparently died around the time son John Johnson was born (ca 1854/1855). Am also curious if you would care to share your family line of Elizabeth Johnson and Oliver Harris (married 31 Mar 1906 in Henry County, IN)? I have had little success tracing this family - Elizabeth apparently went by the name Lizzie but that was no help either. Thank you, and the memorial has been transferred to you. Ted Crayne.
|Lynn Burleson||RE: Sophia Byerly|
Your welcome, its an honor to help out
|Claudia Clarke||RE: Felix Pena Headstone|
Oops! Soon as my daughter has time, I'll have her fix it.
|Mike Thompson||Thompson Genealogy|
Thank you so much Ma'am for all of the valuable Thompson Family History which you've shared here!
|Claudia Clarke||RE: William Pollard and Tom Steele|
Tom Steele's stone looked like was more of a rock, and not broken. It was around several Pollards.
|Laura Obal||RE: Thank you|
Your welcome! :)
|Ben Wilson||Matilda May.|
Thanks you for the maiden name of Mrs May. I have made the update.
|Sheila Miller Mason||Sophia Gilbertine May Byerly|
there is a pic of gilbertine's headstone but the name is reversed from what you have. Ebenezer cem., jasper co., texas.
|Wle3||RE: Joel C Muterspaugh|
You're welcome. I live in Pa. and was on my way to Oklahoma so stopped there for a quick (unsuccessful) look for one of my own relatives. Really sad how much vandalism has taken place at that cemetery.
Added by Wle3 on Apr 28, 2013 11:00 AM
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