|Leroy Higley (#46974473)|
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|I have been collecting Higley Family History for 18 years. Today I have over 39,000 Plus direct descendants (not including the spouses) of Captain John Higley, Simsbury, Connecticut. This includes 8100 Higley's that was born with the HIGLEY name. With more than 71,500 names in my files. I enjoy finding lost relatives and writing biographies about family. I collect individual and tombstone pictures, always looking for more pictures. Do you have photos to share? Please one photo per relative. I have 8600 photos to share, 4228 are individual pictures of relatives. 4372 photos are tombstone markers. I also have over 4845 pages of information available to share with family that covers 12,676 families, 312,375 text records and 11,100 surnames. So many descendants that I needed to break it down in 26 books. Are you related? If I have any errors in my postings let me know. This is a great web-site. Please send me photos...or post photos of my Higley relatives. Keep the Higley legacy going. Thanks. I have many non related people posted on Find-a-grave and would be happy to transfer these. Feel free to use my photos for family.|
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|Leo J. Offerman||RE: tombstone pic|
Your welcome, glad to help !!
Thank you so much for transferring the Rudds to me for management. And thank you for your service to the community!
Added by cataplin on Oct 17, 2014 10:19 AM
|James Bianco||Annie Burleigh|
She is memorial 33079309. Thanks
|James Bianco||Fred M Burleigh # 42803689|
Please move this memorial to North Becket Cemetery where he and Annie (memorial 136751221) are buried. Let me know when you do and I will remove the two memorials I created there. Thanks! Jim
|Gayle ||RE: tombstone pic|
Sorry for the late response, but Leland Higley did not have any type of military marker.
Added by Gayle on Oct 09, 2014 7:34 AM
|B.J. Waters||Howard Higley|
Wow, I just added his memorial yesterday and here you are giving me edits. How did you come to notice his memorial so fast? I've never had that happen before.
|Joyce Peck||RE: tombstone pic|
You're very welcome!
|schwartzie||Pvt Earl L Higley|
I am looking for information and a gravestone photo of WWI casualty Earl L Higley who is buried in Coneautville Cemetery.
At the time of his draft registration, he resided at 26 State St. in my hometown of Struthers, Ohio and worked in the steel mill. This qualifies Pvt Higley to be included with the Struthers Fallen Soldier Project.
You're more than welcome to write a bio on Earl Higley.
|Barbara (MANLEY) Hernden||RE: Leroy Higley|
My reason for asking was the obvious - but since you're not - just a little FYI.
Leroy (Port Clinton) built a home for my parents in both Port Clinton and then in Clyde (same house just flipped the plan) when dad was transferred. I used to babysit for Leroy and wife when teenager. And he is currently the SOB of good family friend Rosemary Zelms. Small world!
|flashbeagle||RE: tombstone pic|
I'm glad I could pass along the photo for you.
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