|Leroy Higley (#46974473)|
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|I have been collecting Higley Family History for 19 years. Today I have over 39,000 Plus direct descendants (not including the spouses) of Captain John Higley, Simsbury, Connecticut. |
Now it's time to retire and pass the torch to someone else. Never forget the lost love ones, and enjoy the family history.
Feel free to use my photos for family.
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|Church Historian||Find A Grave Memorial# 33513654|
That photo you have on Find A Grave Memorial# 33513654 for LeRoy Featherbay is actually Wayne Bennett. I contributed it from the Bennett genealogy to my web page regarding the Fetherbays of Sullivan County PA. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pasulliv/resources/Featherbay.htm Please remove it.
|wolfman||Russell Higley tombstone pic|
Glad you liked the pictures I took of his marker. Just wanted to let you know the marker to his right is Helen Higley Schultz (1907-96) and I started a memorial site for her as there was none (#164149196) I hope that was alright. All the best to you and yours!
Added by wolfman on Jun 12, 2016 12:50 PM
|Gail Higley||Rhoda Loretta Higley Harris|
Thanks for the transfer of Rhoda Higley Harris' memorial. I now have her and her 2 siblings connected together to maintain.
Appreciate all your work.
|Denny Shumway||Clara Shumway (Jordan) Higley|
LeRoy, can you help me figuring her connection. I have nothing on her father or mother, sister or brother. In one obit it shows shumway parents. Her husband is Lewis. then his is Louis and her last name is Jordan. Can not believe she was married before him to a Jordan. she was only 17 when she married your Higley. Please help..
I was at the East Belmore Cemetery today and took a picture of the headstone of Clois Mull. It is next to his second wife and his parents. I just found a picture of an identical headstone in Maple Grove Cemetery in Findlay that you had taken. Do you know which cemetery he is actually buried at?
Added by Annie on May 27, 2016 5:34 PM
|DMaron||RE: tombstone pics|
You are very welcome. No Lewis did not have a military marker. Roselawn has only flat markers, so military service needs to be shown on the marker itself. If you know his branch of service suggest it to the maintainer of his memorial to add it to his bio. Sincerely, Dale
Added by DMaron on May 08, 2016 5:46 PM
|KMS||Robert Lee Higley|
Leroy, according to U.S. Veterans Gravesites ca.1775-2006, Robert L Higley (b. 7 Oct 1925, d. 17 Dec 1997)is buried at Ridge Cemetery in Freemont, Dodge County, Nebraska. Robert is listed there because he served in the US Coast Guard during WWII. I'm researching him because my husband is the step-son of Cynthia Higley, Robert's niece.
Added by KMS on May 06, 2016 11:28 PM
|Susan Gould||More Info on found Higley Family Photo album|
Sooo, I have spent the last 24 hours researching the Higley family and a home for his photo album that has been found. I believe it is the album created by the wife of Richard George Higley. Richard is the son of Rollin Higley, who is the son of York Higley.
|Susan Gould||Photo album found!!!!|
Found a photo album with photos in very good condition dating back to the mid1800's of the family of Richard George Higley. Son of Rollin Higley. This was found in an abandoned storage unit in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It's an incredible treasure of historic photos of this family and we would like to get it to someone in the family. Please email at Susangouldmp@yahoo.com
|Bud Hummel||George F. Mayer|
In Forest Cemetery, Toledo, There are 2 George Mayer's that are really the same. One has a picture of a stone as lieutenant, no dates, the other is death as Dec 19 1936. I called the cemetery, hoping it may be a relative of mine. George F. Mayer 132828380 is the same as yours. Maybe you can get them together with the picture. Take care.
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