|Judyanne Waters (#46956134)|
| || member for 7 years, 4 months, 1 day|
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I've been searching for our families for many years and finally had success with "Find A Grave". Now that I'm a volunteer, I am enjoying helping others with their search. Hobbies include sewing, chair caning and searching cemeteries. My husband, Richard, and I have been married 45 years and are now enjoying retirement in Tennessee. We have 2 daughters, a wonderful son-in-law, and 3 grandchildren. I WILL GLADLY TRANSFER MAINTENANCE TO ANYONE RELATED TO THE POSTING I'VE MADE. Yes, you may copy any pictures I've posted.|
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|Carol McLaughlin||Ashburn Family of Hillsboro, TN|
JudyAnne, Thank you very much for your help with the Ashburn Family. I greatly appreciate your transfer and I will add as many details to this family's memorials as I have with me.
Carol McLaughlin, Henry County, MO researcher for the Ashburn, Parish, Bruns families.
|Dave Boatman||RE: Transfers|
By all rights, you should have this couple for your care. I am also related to the good doctor, but only distantly. If you would chase some links to the Dr.'s siblings, you will note that I am responsible for many of the early postings, and our ancestory goes far back to our mutual ancestor, Revolutionary Soldier, Jesse White. Dr. A.A. Pearson, stated in a letter, that he was seeking the grave of Jesse White, looking from a bend in the river, to a huge wooded area, where Jesse was buried. Look for the burial in White Cemetery, Autauga Co.
One of Jesse's daughters married a Pearson. I am 84 and near the end of the road, but have studied this family for 48 years. I assume that you are much younger than I, since I have eleven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. I shall transfer this couple to you, but will be in the future, if you allow me to give you some of the family history. I have much to share.
Please go to the prefered method of transfer, using the "Edit" button, on the upper right. In the future, please, use my e-mail on my profile page. I dislike using "Leave a message" for chit chat and correspondence.
Fort Worth TX
|J.L. Blackburn||RE: Hopewell Cemetery|
It wasn't very hard to find at all. If you are ever in the area my family and I would be glad to escort or even show you how to get there. But it would probably be a good idea to do so outside the time frame of any local hunting seasons,as the cemetery is located behind a gate on leased hunting club.
|Diane Gadman Wyatt||Bonneau family in Snow Cemetery|
Judyanne - Would you mind transferring the Infant Bonneau Daughters (31449139) to me. They are my cousins and I am the Grand Niece of their father, William H. Bonneau, Jr.
Thanks you so much for all the work you've done!
|George Mosher||The Shanks|
You probably have more data on the Shanks than I do. I'm going to do some homework next week in an effort to fix the errors. You and my wife are most likely related. My wife's grandparents are George Silas Walls & Amanda E Shanks, daughter ofJames Alexander Shanks & Rebecca Shelton, so somewhere down the ancestral line the both of you are connected.
Mathew Shanks & Margaret Taylor are GGG Uncles to my wife.
Forgive me for any errors and I will try to clear them up. George Mosher/Ft Worth/TX email@example.com
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