Peyton and Osman Memorials Jean, was doing some visiting tonight and I noticed you sponsored two precious little Angels. Thank you so much for your sweet kindness. It's very heartbreaking to read about these precious little ones, they are safe now and no one can harm them anymore. Sorry I could go on and on, please know that your sponsorships mean alot to me.
Ann &Thomas McInturff Hello, Jean. Ann &Thomas are my paternal gr-gr-great grandparents. Do you know where their graves are? I have looked & looked for them. And any chance you have a pic of their home--I understand it was one of the first brick homes in the area. Any info would be most appreciated! Also, are you a Silver? Jacob Silver is a maternal 5Xgr-grandfather. Thank you. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for your kind comments re: my bio of Frankie Silver. Although I do periodically review my Find-a-Grave pages, it's been over a year since I've had a chance to re-visit Frankie's. I first saw your remarks today, which are especially meaningful, coming from an authority on the subject like yourself. Again, thank you for your consideration; you made my day!
Thanks. Mark MacDougall manages Timp and Mary's memorials so I sent the info on to him. We are all descended from William M Johnson and Eliza Gouge - Iva Lee through Timp, Mark through Carr, and I'm through ZW. That makes Iva Lee and I distant cousins. She is very sweet - we meet her when we were in Toecane at the end of May and it was a pleasant surprise, as we hadn't expected to meet any relatives.
Lawson A. Whetstine Jean, Lawson is my 3rd Great grandfather. Martha Jane Whetstine is my 2nd great grandmother. I have information to share about the Whetstine's. Robert Lee Whetstine email@example.com
I believe James Webb was born in 1845 and died in 1935. And was the son of Obadiah & Martha Ledford Webb. I did visit Bailey Cemetary back in April of 07. I wish I would have taken pictures of every tombstone there!