|Michele Hilgert (#46784582)|
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|I am a 45 year old housewife and mother. Have been doing genealogy since I was 15. It has been a very rewarding journey of self discovery. And I love learning more about my family where they came from and all the other interesting things I learn about them.|
I also enjoy helping other people with their family history when I can
My Main Lines;
Those are my main lines but there are many other as well.
Michele Molina Yuma Arizona
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|EstherLynn Spivey||#35309308 Manning Spivey|
First and foremost, thank you for all you do!
Could you please transfer my Great Grandfather to me? Manning Spivey 35309308
Thank you for your time!
|Charlie Weaver||George Willett (62046447)|
Where did you get the date of his birth from? I have the book titled Edward Willett and it has his birthdate as 1765 in Prince George's County, Maryland. I am trying to clear up some of my records and his is one of them. Thanks a million for any help that you can offer.
My family line goes back to Albrittian Van Buren McDaniel 1796-1885 died in Lamar County AL, his son Raymond Reed was my line 1827-1907 buried in Crystal Falls, Texas, Stephens County. Thanks Luteen Carroll
Hi Michele! Hopkins is in my family line as well - My great grandmother was Anna Elizabeth Hopkins Taylor, the daughter of Thomas Hopkins and Elisabeth Jaques who are both buried in Pleasant View Cemetery in Butler County Nebraska. Any relation?
Kathy Taylor - Texas
|Luteen Carroll||George Washington McDaniel|
He was a brother to my grandma Lucinda Jane McDaniel Jones. I would love to know if your kin in any way. Thanks Luteen Carroll
|Michelle55||Caroline Mehling Leppert|
Just wondering if you might have a death certificate for Caroline. I am seeking proof that she was born in Muskingum Co., Ohio, daughter of Killian Milfelt and Barbara Kohler. Her stepfather was Andreas Mehling. Is Mehling her maiden name or her 1st husbands name? Having her death certificate is the key I guess.
Hope you can help me.
|Ed||James Albert Taylor|
Dear Michele a little while ago my wife through me sent in some edits on James Albert Taylor a relative of her family on her father's side. Her father was James Taylor also so we know the information to be correct. We just hope that you got the edits she sent in. Thanks very much.
Added by Ed on Aug 19, 2014 9:48 PM
|MaryP||William G. McDonald|
Your entry for William G. McDonald, 1860-1862, in Prospect Cemetery, Pierce Co, NE, indicates that the grave may be the child of James & Emeline McDonald. I've been confused about that for a long time. The problem I'm having is that James & Emeline, arrived in Nebraska in 1882. I'm having a hard time thinking they would dig up this little boy's coffin from Chatham Hill and haul it to Nebraska. James' brother William also had a son with the name William G. McDonald , 1861-1900. He's in Prospect Cemetery.
Added by MaryP on Jun 28, 2014 11:23 AM
|Walt Marlowe||Judson Marlow|
I want to thank you for all the help you have done in find my family. I didn't know where the family of Judson had gone to. Do you know where I can find any of Judson's living family? I would greatly appreciate know more about my family.
|INDIANATURTLE||William Giltner Winchell, #67051012|
The memorial for William reflects he died in 1856; however, he is reflected on the 1860, 1870 and 1880 Noble Twp., Rush Co. census records. Son George, Camillas, daughter Otelia, et al. are reflected on the 1860 & 1870 census. Melissa (born in 1861) is reflected on the 1870 census. Wife, Sarah (Stevens) Winchell, who died in 1868 is reflected on the 1860 census, and William is listed as a widower on the 1870 & 1880 census. Thomas Munford is listed on both 1870 and 1880.
Can you furnish where the memorial death date came from? Thanks.
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