|Vonda Dihm (#46739221)|
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I have been actively searching for my elusive ancestors since 1974. What began all those years ago as an endeavor to help my daughter with a class project quickly turned into a major obsession. Here it is thirty four years later and I'm still obsessed and still spending most of my waking hours trying to break down those brick walls and piece together all the loose ends. I only began recently posting family Memorials on Find A Grave. A few of the family lines I am working on are:|
Heart/Hart (Brick Wall)
Busby (Brick Wall)
I also work on my husband's lines:
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|Tish James Scott||George W Snow|
I was hoping you might be able to create a findagrave for George W. Snow, son of Ebenezer and husband to Rebecca Beckham Snow. From the info I have read, his marker location is unknown but a site for him would be nice to link to his father's page #58611586.
Chet Snow has some great info on WikiTree that might be good to add for details about his life.
Thank you so much,
granddaughter to Burl Levi Snow, great-granddaughter to Willis Green Snow, GGgranddaughter to George W. Snow.
|kay berg||Cora Culp|
My name is (Melody) Kay Wilburn Berg. I am the granddaughter of Cora Culp, daughter of Nathan Culp. My father was Cora's son, William Delbert Wilburn. I have a hand written letter from my dad about his heritage. He mentions that my great grandfather, German Wilburn was German and Irish and my great grandmother was English and Indian. He often referred to his Indian heritage. He used to tease my mom and me and say, "I'm going to divorce your mother, put you in an orphanage, the dog in the dog pound and go back to the reservation where they know how to treat a man." We affectionatly referred to him as Chief Sock in the Wash. I think he was very proud to be of Indian Heritage. Do you have anything to document that heritage Vonda? I would love to hear from you. I would be glad to send you a copy of this letter he wrote as well. I look forward to hearing from you or any of my long lost cousins.
Added by kay berg on May 06, 2015 8:42 AM
|Margaret M. Robinson||Thanks Vonda|
Keep on keeping on. God made some of us the family historians, and your research has been a big help to me. Thank You. Margaret Robinson
|tygerstinger||RE: George W. Flippo|
I wish I had known about the get together> I would have loved to have met you. Thank you for all the work you did. I know it took a lot of research and I have learned more about the George W Flippo side of the family because of it.
|tygerstinger||George W. Flippo|
William Haywood Flippo was also my Great Grandfather. Thank you so much for posting the info about him. My two remaining aunts had not heard the story.
|James Buckholts||RE: Bertha C Buckholts Copley|
William Perry Buckholts is my gggrand father. George Washington Buckholts was his son. Williams son Napoleon Oliver Buckholts is my ggrand father. Thanks again for you help.
|James Buckholts||Bertha C Buckholts Copley|
Thank you for all the info on Bertha C Buckholts Copley!!! Your efforts are very much appreciated.
|Jo Ann Williams||RE: Casey Ancestry|
I got your message about my parents memorial (Hampton). Do you have the memorial number? I tried to access it by my father's name, but it would not recognize it.
|Jo Ann Williams||RE: Casey Ancestry|
It's nice to know that I have new relatives.
I am new to genealogy, so I have a lot of digging to do. I have a picture of my grandmother, Jencie and my grandfather, Henry if you would like me to send it to you. Just let me know.
Have a Blessed Day!
|Dstmnstr||RE: Francis Marion Teague marker|
Your welcome I'll go ahead and transfer her memorial to you.
Added by Dstmnstr on Mar 09, 2014 3:43 PM
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