|Leslie MITCHELL Smith (#46822450)|
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My name is Leslie MITCHELL Smith. I have been working on family history research on my husband's lines since 1999. I enjoy putting all of the "puzzles" together.|
I am currently working on putting all of my husband's family onto FindaGrave. If you have any additions and/or corrections, please feel free to contact me. I also have my files posted on RootsWeb.com.
I have been helped by so many others over the years that I am very willing to help gather information for other researchers. I do still have children at home, so I try to do my research while they are in school. So, please be patient with me :o)
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|Sue Lilley||Oscar Drews|
Memorial updated with your recent information. Would you like a transfer?
|nanette claunch jaco||Claunch Family|
During the 1980's and early 90's my father and his brother spent many of their weekends visiting libraries searching for information about our family history. Back then sadly I was not interested. My daddy died in 2007' and a couple years ago I decided to try and continue his work. I was hoping you might could tell me the connection from Wiley Truehart Claunch born abt. 1822 in St Clair Co., Al. to Hieronymus Jeremiah Glantz born abt. 1703 in Germany, who arrived in America in 1732. I know there are a few generations between the two but can't seem to figure it out.
Any help would appreciated.
Nanette Claunch Jaco
|Theresa Compton||Ruth Ellen Stubbs|
Hello is there a possibility of having this listing transferred to me 18409987 Ruth Ellen Stubbs. This is my Great grandmother, and I would like to add some more information about her history to her Find a grave. I am doing this for my 82 Y/o Mother who is blind. We have so many things we would like to add including images of her youth. We purchased her headstone for her as she did not have one at the time of her death.
Thank you so much,
|Bernard Johnson||RE: Oak Hill Cemetery|
There were other Sides burials there. The Santa Barbara Genealogical Society website has listing of all burials in that cemetery.
|Bernard Johnson||RE: Oak Hill Cemetery|
I thought I did (was taking other photos) but found that I overlooked it. So sorry. If you keep this active maybe someone else will pick it up. I was there for a funeral but will never go back.,it is 3 hours away from me.
|Judy McAsey Arnold||126501452|
Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Bell died at home in Hoyt on Thursday, February 4th, aged 73 years, 1 month, and 22 days.
The deceased came to Kansas in 1855 with her husband Benjamin Rice, and settled in Douglass township on the place where she died and where some years later Mr. Rice died. They were among the first settlers in this part of Kansas, and were highly respected, useful citizens. In later years the deceased married again. She was the mother of nine children, five of whom have preceded her to the land beyond the skies. Those now living are B.R. Rice of Dillon, Colo., Malissa A. Rose, of Elmont, Kansas; Martha J. Collins of Yampa Colorado, and Mrs. Josie Pooler of Hoyt.
The funeral was held on Saturday and the remains buried at the Point Pleasant cemetery.
The Tribune Holton, Jackson County, Kansas Feb. 19, 1904
|Yvette Harris||Charity Ann Vinson|
Oakley, Charlotte and James should be listed as her children with Thomas Glenn as their father.
|Ruth Ellen Bartels||Twila Glenn, FaG # 55855517|
You have added her memorial, but when I asked for a photo of her gravesite, I was told "Cemetery office has no record of this person." I'd suggest that you re-check your records to find where, and I'll ask the person reporting the problem to check on the last name of "Marti" since that was her first married last name.
|Deborah Fowler-Snyder||Transfer request|
I sent you a request for a memorial transfer of my great grandmother, Leona Matilda Glenn. She is the mother of my grandfather.You actually quoted me in the memorial. I have been working on Glenn genealogy for nearly 30 years.
I would also like to request the transfer of her parents, Dorlinda Jane Troy and Joseph Murphy Glenn, provided that they are not in your direct line within four generations. Per find A Grave rules and regulations, anyone who request a transfer within a direct line and within four generations, it is to be transferred.
|Sexton||RE: Hagerman Cemetery|
Im still doing research for the hagerman cemetery and im hitting dead ends everywhere. Were non-profit and eeryone wants to charge for info. any ideas on where to get it free?
Added by Sexton on Jan 28, 2015 10:13 PM
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