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|E B||RE: Ralph Bowlby # 111421119|
A little late getting back to you and yes please give them my email address.
Added by E B on Jul 29, 2015 8:27 PM
|Arnold L. Corkins||Andew Tope|
Were is your proof he was married to Martha Wilson?
|L||Thank you for all your help!|
There are all kinds of nutty and arrogant people in this world (guess I don't have to tell you), but don't let them get you down.
Thank you for your very kind offer to transfer. I prefer that the memorials stay with you, since I am not well.
You are a gifted and thorough researcher, and I know that my family is in excellent hands. Bless you.
Added by L on Jul 24, 2015 6:02 PM
|Dorothy||Florence Ursula Reid|
Are you related to Florence Ursula Reid? She was my son-in-law's biological mother and I was wondering if you have any info that may be helpful for his family tree
Added by Dorothy on Jul 20, 2015 9:37 PM
|Kahpo||RE: Dorothy Swackhamer Baldwin|
Sorry I do not have any info for you. I was trying to find some info about her parents that are burred in the Silverdale Pioneer cemetery when I ran across her memorial. I think her Grand parents (mothers side) are also burred in the Silverdale cemetery but we have little info on them so I have done the connection yet.
Added by Kahpo on Jul 08, 2015 6:01 PM
|Rocky Sinclair||William Hawk|
I sent a note thru Find A Grave yesterday this person was not in the Lewis-Clark cemetery in Lewiston Idaho. I stopped by the city cemetery, Normal Hill, and found him there. See memorial # 128111645. You may wish to remove him from the Lewis-Clark one.
|Alexis Kuzmick||Edward Pendergast edit|
I just sent you an edit for Edward Pendergast. I corrected the date of death, but thought I should send an explanation. One would assume the tombstone to be correct- but in this case, it isn't. The stone was ordered by the Ripley County Historical Society, but they must not have had all his records because a) he appears in the 1850 census, and b) his final Revolutionary War pension payment was issued in March of 1850.
If you want to add the following bio information, here it is:
His father was Phillip Pendergast of Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, and his grandfather was Garrett Pendergast/Pendergrass, Indian trader and pioneer of western Pennsylvania. Two of his siblings were Sgt Robert Pendergrass of the 11th Pennsylvania Regiment, and Corporal Lawrence Pendergrass of the Fourth Artillery Regiment, Pennsylvania. Edward had an aunt Gertrude Pendergrass who was killed by the Indians at Fort Lyttleton on June 24, 1757. An uncle Garrett Pendergrass, Jr was also killed by Indians while delivering a petition in Mercer County, Kentucky, on March 28, 1777.
|Bill Caldwell||GRIMES - South Park Cemetery|
Chris - Thanks for the correction for the GRIMES memorial. I wondered why I couldn't find South Park Cemetery in Harris County. Appreciate the help!
|Donald Haddix||Arch William Bennett 90763813|
This is my Grandfather.
I would like to administer the content for his page.
Would you please consider transferring the management to me?
I would appreciate your consideration and assistance.
Son of Mary Jo Bennett Haddix 71021280
|Kindredspirit||Thomas Showalter #146152200|
Thank you so much for the links to his parents. I am just curious where you found his birth information?
Blessings to you!
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