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Jean Alexander (#46981783)
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I got the genealogy bug from my mother -- she knew so much about her family history.

Family names:
Maternal: Bradford, Bryant, Casto, Dawes, Gandy, Francis, Gleason, Golden, Guerrant/Guerin, Hancock, Harris, Ingersoll, L'Orange, Lee, Manus, Owsley, Shaw, Snyder, Rhay, Trabue.
Paternal: Click, Hammons, Hepler, Miller, Nighthart, Smith.

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Phil & Kathi
RE: Lucinda Moler and Rena Rhay Arthur
And again, we're glad we could help!

Happy hunting!!

Phil & Kathi

Added by Phil & Kathi on Sep 24, 2013 10:12 PM
Re: Francis Family # 92066488
Jean, thank you for the work you and your Mother have put into the genealogy research of our family.

Sincerely, Debbie
Added by BLESSING on Sep 09, 2013 8:56 PM
Phil & Kathi
RE: Stephen C. Miller and Ruth Frances Hammons Miller
Good morning!
You're very welcome!! Glad we could help!! Let us know if you have other requests for Harrison County and we'll see what we can find. We've found that we missed a few when photographing Miriam, but it happens. But we try!!

Happy hunting!!

Phil & Kathi

Added by Phil & Kathi on Jun 30, 2013 9:17 AM
Phil & Kathi
RE: earixsons and bane
You're very welcome! Glad we could help!!

Phil & Kathi
Added by Phil & Kathi on Jun 24, 2013 6:59 AM
Phil & Kathi
RE: Eulah and Ross Middleton
We'll help if we can!! Have fun!


Added by Phil & Kathi on Mar 26, 2013 6:54 AM
Phil & Kathi
RE: Pictures of Audra Bane and Burl Bane graves
You're very welcome, but....
FAIR WARNING!! Your husband and my wife are cousins!

Audra is Kathi's 2nd cousin 3x removed.'s DISTANT, but it still counts around here!

Let us know if we can help!!

Phil & Kathi
Added by Phil & Kathi on Mar 24, 2013 12:56 PM
Faith Payton
RE: Martha Harris Garton
Yes, it was in awful shape...looks like it was completely overgrown with trees, which they have cut down. The area is fenced off and back in a long rough driveway. I'm going to try another trip soon and see if I can get any further information
Added by Faith Payton on Sep 26, 2012 6:15 PM
Harriet Francis Rhay
I am a great great granddaughter of Harriet Francis Rhay by her daughter Harriet Letitia Rhay Snyder (married to Charles F. Snyder). They had my grandmother Bessie Snyder Frisby. My mom was Doris Francis Frisby Powell. Please contact me through Fam69. I am always interested in hearing from the relatives. I used to correspond with Lee Snyders descendant years ago before my computer died on me.
Added by Fam69 on Jun 25, 2012 8:20 AM
Was Abraham Miller ever in the military? If so, what regiment(s)? Did he ever participate in any wars?
Thanks, Brian Smarker
Added by smarker on Mar 10, 2012 9:14 PM
Margaret Smith

Margaret Smith #67465190 is not a relative of mine. However, I did come across her obit. Perhaps you can add it to her memorial

From: Richard & Joy Wellman
Subject: [KSJEFFER] Margaret Hepler Smith obit of 1905
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2011 17:46:40 -0700 (PDT)
In-Reply-To: <>

The Meriden Ledger, 17 Feb. 1905
Margaret Hepler Smith was born in Ohio Feb. 11, 1822, Died at Meriden, Kansas Geb. 11, 1905 at the ripe age of 83. She was married to Fredrick Smith in 1843. To this union were born 14 children, seven having preceeded her to the better world. Of the seven remaining, three reside in this vicinity, Mrs. Scott Hunt, Jackson and Uriah Smith. She was Christened in the Luthurn (sic) church in infancy and endeavored to bring her children up in that faith. Teaching them in infancy to lisp the name of Christ in Prayer.
She was a great sufferer, for years being unable to walk.
Services were held at the U. B. Church Monday after noon Feb. 13, and interment in the Meriden Cemetery.

Added by EM on Jan 02, 2012 3:08 PM
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