|Ed Cline (#46941074)|
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This is an extension of my genealogy hobby. If I should enter someone that is not related to myself or my wife I would be more than glad to reunite them with their own family.|
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Ed, Thank you so much for the picture of Jane Richardson's grave. I truly appreciate all of your time and effort. It means a lot to me.
Added by Cheryl on Jun 28, 2015 5:33 PM
Ed - thanks so much for getting the photo for me.
Thanks for being part of Findagravers. Carol
Added by CEllison on Jun 27, 2015 7:44 PM
Just a note in hopes that you are safe and unharmed from all the flooding in Harris County.
|Robert Abney||RE: Sallie Hoodenpyle|
Ed, can you help me with more info on Thomas Jefferson Hoodenpyle's wife & her mother. I have found that some of your family have Sallie's maiden name as RISHER (SC?) ,and, her mother, Sarah, as 2nd wife of John Whitlock. Hope you can help, Robert...firstname.lastname@example.org
Is Sallie Hoodenpyle your family?
|betty reese||Joseph Shawhan|
Memorial #43077624. Wondering if you are related to Joseph/ I just read an article about him in The Kentucky Explorer.
|tdh||Re: Rosie Gray|
Thank you. And thank you for your volunteer work. It really is awesome what all of you do for the families and community of genealogists.
Added by tdh on Apr 05, 2015 10:42 PM
|tdh||Rosie Gray (27248770)|
My husband is Rosie's grandson. She actually only had two- my husband and his older brother. Could you transfer her memorial to us, please? Thank you.
Added by tdh on Apr 04, 2015 6:42 PM
Thank you. You've been a big help!
|Anonymous||RE: Karoline Kothman Knoernschild|
Oh yes, please transfer her memorial to me. Do you know if there were any other Knoernschild's buried at Budde Cemetery?
A question just came to mind. Since you are from the area was there by chance a big migration of people away from the area around 1880? I am looking for her husband who does not seem to be in Texas, but a possible match is in Iowa. Any insight? Nancy
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