|Teresa Truan Smith (#46815211)|
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I have been an amateur genealogist for 20+ years. My lines: Kansas: Truan & Blender; Indiana: Baugher, Beeker, Brown, Johnson, & Young; Pennsylvania: Baugher, Smith, & Franklin. I like to volunteer in areas where my ancestors lived.|
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|Judi Dickens Paul||RE: Transfer of Memorial|
Well hello cuz! I would love the transfer of George (G P) Arnold. I actually had sent a request for it but to a different person. The Arnold's are my mother's side. George and Sarah's daughter Laura (Arnold) Wagner's son Ray is my mother's father. Thank you. Judi
|Judi Dickens Paul||Transfer of Memorial|
Thank you for the quick transfer of Sarah Arnold. That was very kind. Judi Dickens Paul
|Dona McPhillips||RE:Tressie M. Phillips Smith|
I think you meant her birthday to be 1903 and transposed the date to be 1930. I'm working my way through the sources in Ancestry-slowly.
|Dona McPhillips||James McPhillips 90826944|
Teresa, I am so excited to find this site because this may be the brother of my great grandfather. So far I have only circumstantial evidence but it feels right. I'm wondering how you came to have the family's pictures. Are you related to them?
I'm wondering if you know any more that what you wrote up. It sounds like this might have been a project where you took info out of a book. If so what book? Also, there was a Bernard McPhillips who was there at the same time with his plot of land kitty-corner to James. In the 1860 census with Bernard there is a Mary Cate 14 yrs old that in your Find A Grave site linked Mary Cate as wife to James. I am wondering if James and Bernard were brothers. If so I may have found two brothers to my 2nd grandfather. I may be headed to Yamhill this summer. Please contact me. Thanks, Dona McPhillips
|Genealogy Nut||RE: Junior O Taylor|
Thanks for your fast response! No transfer necessary.
|JT||RE: Russell C Wagner|
Thank you very much for the transfer of Russell Wagner's memorial and that of his wife. Your kindness is much appreciated. ~JT~
Added by JT on Nov 23, 2014 3:44 PM
|Zeni||Warren G Smith (1919 - 1974)|
The following documentation connects Warren Jr with Warren Sr as well as to his grandfather Wm G Smith of Phila, Pa:
I notice that the date of arrival does not coincide with the age of Warren Jr. It could be that Warren Jr crossed later after leaving his grandfather's home.
Name: Warren G Smith, SR
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1890
Arrival Port: Brockville, Ontario
Date of Arrival: 18 Oct 1935
Birth Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
HELEN MARION SMITH 41
WARREN G SMITH 19
GOING TO EMPLOYERS OF J B STETSON, BROCKVILLE, ONT
AND ADDRESS TO BE 135 HA[R]TT[E]Y ST., BROCKVILLE
HAD $1500 EFFECTS OF $1000
RELATIVE FROM COUNTRY LEAVING WM. G. SMITH 3943 N 7TH ST, PHILA
Added by Zeni on Jul 11, 2014 10:32 PM
|Jim Allingham||Hamme/Hamm Transfers|
Just want to publicly thank you for the Hamme/Hamm Family transfers. Your finding and documenting these graves has helped immensely in piecing together extended family members and in connecting the dots between the same family with two different surname spellings. You have been a huge help to this effort. You have my sincere thanks!
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Bio|
I see you created Elizabeth Smith Miller's memorial. I think it's bad enough being a direct descendant of Green and Brown. If you are wanting any memorials I have created in Dillsburg area please let me know thru the edit tab. Happy Easter!!!
Thank you so much for finding the grave of my great great grandfather! It's my understanding he is buried on land owned by his father in law. Is this in an open field somewhere near Martinsburg Indiana? It looks like the stone just rest against a tree, are there other headstones nearby? I am related to him through his 2nd wife Nancy who came to southwest Kansas with her 3 boys.
Thank you again!
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