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Mert57 (#46939092)
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Bio Photo Although I do not currently live in the following areas, my family visits Clarksville, Montgomery County, TN and Decatur, Macon County, Illinois several times a year. If anyone needs a cemetery photograph in these locales, please contact me and we'll see if it can be worked out. I'd love to be able to help someone else out in return for all the kindnesses fellow researchers have performed for me over the years!
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Bill Prokasy
Sarah Perkins Tracy
The birth date and location you have for Sarah Perkins Tracy is actually the birth date of Sarah Tracy, the daughter of Thomas and Abigail Tracy. This can be seen on the vital records for Preston from the Barbour collection, Preston, p. 201
Bill Prokasy
Added by Bill Prokasy on Jul 20, 2015 10:12 AM
Rae Bryant
Howard School in Grand Island, NE for Arthur Birk
Hi,

My husband's grandmother, Maude Leiser, went to school at Howard School in Grand Island, NE. We inherited her photos and one is of the Eighth Grade Graduates of 1907. On the back of the graduation photo is Arthur's name. If you would like a jpg, I am happy to email you one.

Best regards,
Rae Bryant
Added by Rae Bryant on Jul 16, 2015 1:09 AM
JKK
Thornes
I am also directly related to the Thornes
Added by JKK on Mar 21, 2015 8:02 AM
Denise Bowman-Arcure
Martha Sublet Weatherford
Hi,
I left edits to link Patsy Weatherford's parents, William Sublett and Susannah Allen, to her some time ago using the edit tab on her memorial.

thank you,
Denise
Added by Denise Bowman-Arcure on Mar 19, 2015 11:35 AM
B
Weatherford Family
Hi Karen,
Here is a website with some information on the Weatherford family. You may already be aware of this site, but I wanted to give it to you just in case you weren't.

Weatherford Family
Added by B on Mar 09, 2015 10:49 PM
Donald Tuttle
RE: LTC Valentine Allen
Hi, Karen!
It has been awhile. I meant to write to Cathy, but never have. I made my tree public and have over 12,000 names now. I do have Susanna in my tree, but haven't gone down that line yet.

My wife and I are distant cousins, also! Another weird one is that the three Tuttle brothers, Richard, William and John, who came over on the Planter in June 1635 are all my 9th great grandfathers! Richard is my direct line, John's descendants marry back into Richard's line further down. Now William is the interesting one. He settled in Connecticut. Through his daughter, Anne, I descend through 5 generations of Hurds, then to Maria Beers who married my 3rd great grandfather, Wilmot Lake. His son Henry Lake had Clarence Lake, the father of my grandmother Marion Lake Means! Really a small world!
Added by Donald Tuttle on Mar 07, 2015 4:56 PM
Darrell Landrum
Transfer
Hi Mert57, transfer is complete for Mr Weatherford's memorial. If you would email me and remind me, I will make an effort to get there and take a better quality photo of his marker.

Sincerely,
Darrell Landrum
Added by Darrell Landrum on Mar 07, 2015 12:23 AM
Kevin Avery
Anphyllis Smith
She is a direct ancestor of mine as well.

Kevin
Added by Kevin Avery on Feb 24, 2015 2:01 PM
Joy Steele
RE: Maria/Mariah Chunn photo
So glad you like it. I didn't know any other way to explain.

Joy
Added by Joy Steele on Jan 07, 2015 4:33 PM
april mccormick
RE: Killebrews
Thank you
will look into it..
Also here on some papers too Hensley Town or an Township.

It might of been an huge farm back in the day too back then too,when they had slaves or something cause they were buried there..
Its on their Death Certificates..
Added by april mccormick on Dec 30, 2014 6:34 PM
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