|Donna Franks-Howell (#46953134)|
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I've been hit by the genealogy bug! I love to get information, photos, stories or etc. about my extended family. I started a family tree on Ancestry and have found out so much and have found relatives I would of otherwise never known. That is why I am a volunteer photographer, which is my trade and what I love to do. I know what others feel when they receive their information. It makes the work I do the most rewarding of all.|
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Do you happen to know if this Louis Franks#35552293 is kin Louis Franks at Flatwoods,Ct #15363630..My Grandfather.
Do you know your Louis's parents.
Didn't comprehend last posted message. Please clarify..
Added by Observer on Feb 19, 2014 6:24 PM
|Observer||Steven Richard Bennett|
Like to Mother is made. Is he a relative?
Added by Observer on Feb 19, 2014 3:53 PM
|Laurie Ann Moore||Franks|
Got your links added to the Franks that you sent. I also removed the parent links to Mettie Franks, the information was sent to me by another Find A Grave member and I am sorry for the error.
|Ralph Franks||RE: Me Again--Ralph Franks|
Donna, Thank you so much for the website link you shared. I called it up and spent a half day reading through it. Now I am going to go through it and write down names and dates of the older ones and see how many Find A Grave memorials I can find for them. I am a firm believer in using Find A Grave to put together family trees. The total memorials in it now is over 125 million, so with that high a number and with family linkages (parents,spouses, and children) on the memorials,a fairly good family tree can be put together. I did that with the Peter Franks (Son of Andrew) and got over 200 descendants,then forwarded it to the person in Texas that asked me for help. He will get 200+ on the branch that moved on to TX. Ancestry.com and Dick Fox and others never adds living descendants, but I have been able to read information on the memorials and make phone calls or send emails and end up with a communication with cousins that are thrilled to get into the search for other cousins. I now have cousins that I have never and will never meet, but they are closer than cousins that live nearby. They value having a connection "back home" where their family started from. Ralph
|Ralph Franks||Me Again--Ralph Franks|
I have been requested to help another Franks researcher to create their family line. This time it is Isaac II, supposedly son of Isaac I, supposedly son of Joseph, who was one of the first group to come to White Co, TN. This researcher, Jerry Franks, who lives in Cape Girardeau, MO lists his ancestrial line as father, Jerry Sr, grandfather Ritter, 1-great-grandfather William Edward, 2-great grandfather William Carroll, 3-great-grandfather, Isaac (2) and he thinks there is an Isaac I before going to Joseph, then to Jacob. He lists his family migration as: from NC, to White Co, TN, to Marion Co, AL, to Itawamba Co, MS, to Chickasaw Co, MS. If you can help Me fill in any gaps in this, I would appreciate it. Ralph
|Angie Basson||Mary W Polly Franks Williams|
My name is Angie Basson. I saw that you were related to Elisha D Franks. He would have been my Great-Great-Great grandfather. I am related through his daughter Mary W. Polly Franks Williams. I am interested in finding more information on her Parents and Grandparents. I have a good bit on Elisha D, but nothing on Fairby (Matilda Fairby). If you have any information you are willing to share, please contact me. my email address is email@example.com. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
|Kitty Walker Lennard||transfer|
I transferred to You. I have no connection.
|Kitty Walker Lennard||thelma chapman|
It's done. Are You related ?
Thank you for the quick response. That was awesome!!!
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