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Redcinder (#46993069)
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Bio Photo My direct lineage is Knouffs, Gabelmanns, Greer, Sells, Ulrey, Wilson, Ware and many other lineages. I am also a member of www.ancestory.com, trying to preserve all sorts of records for my ancestors and their spouses and children :)

My Grandma Potts already did most of Potts and Pate lineage, so I was not really working on them but I do have a book on them so I was actually working on my Mom's side..

If you want to transfer memorials just use edit button and let me know which memorial you want transfered to as long as you are related to them and actually working on family tree, I do not mind if they are your cousins, aunts, uncles grandparents, I will be gladly transfered to you :)










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toomanybranches
RE: John Beals 1763-1848
I don't know if John Beals 1763-1848 had the middle name of Wilson. The section in quotes, does not belong to this John Beals. Everything else on the page seems to be correct.

"It gives more info on John W Beals, who is John Wilson Beals, son of Lemuel and Emily (Bray) Beals. Lemuel is the grandson of John and Mary (Carter) Beals"

The quoted info should be on John W. Beals. 1855-1941.

Created by: Redcinder
Record added: May 21, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37355085

Thanks for your very prompt reply.



Added by toomanybranches on Jun 07, 2014 5:17 PM
toomanybranches
John Beals 1763-1848
Thanks for all the great work you have done.

Is is possible to remove part of the info supplied by "another Beals relative". The info provided was for another burial in the same cemetery. It's very misleading.

(It gives more info on John W Beals, who is John Wilson Beals, son of Lemuel and Emily (Bray) Beals. Lemuel is the grandson of John and Mary (Carter) Beals.)

John Beals
Record added: May 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37307297
This John is the son of Thomas Beals and Sarah Antrim

John W Beals, is John Wilson Beals,
son of Lemuel and Emily (Bray) Beals.
Created by: Redcinder
Record added: May 21, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 3

Lemuel and Emily are also buried in the same cemetery.

Diane


Added by toomanybranches on Jun 06, 2014 12:39 PM
Ann Harman Thomas
Joseph Hinton Roudabush
Thanks for the transfer I have got all the children linked and connect to my Roudabush family that are buried in Virginia

Thanks for your kindness.

Ann H Thomas 47559404
Added by Ann Harman Thomas on May 05, 2014 1:07 PM
David C. Kellems
Ezekiel Bailey
Thank you for linking Harriet Louise to her father.
I am related to Ezekiel though his brother John Bailey Jr. My grand mother's sister Anna I. Flint was married to John Bailey's son Thomas Bailey.
Ezekiel Bailey Memorial#28530847 was the son of John Bailey Sr. memorial# 22265014 And Sarah Jones who died in Clay County Kentucky before John Bailey Sr. came to Oregon around 1847. The Bailey's were all very tall but Ezekiel was the tallest around 6 foot 7 inches. The Bailey Family is kind of confusing but I base my research on census records, birth records, marriage license and death records.
My E-Mail address is kellemsdc@yahoo.com. Please feel free to contact me. I certainly need all the help I can get to unravel the Baileys and allied families.
David C. Kellems
Added by David C. Kellems on Apr 29, 2014 3:38 AM
Kenneth Gilbert
RE: Hi
You had a note on a page for Fancher Cemetery (Delaware Co., Ohio) a couple of years ago looking for photos but noting the person in question was actually buried in Maple Grove--which is correct.

See http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Cook&GSiman=1&GScid=40811&GRid=31308008&
Added by Kenneth Gilbert on Apr 27, 2014 11:29 AM
David C. Kellems
Harriett Louise Bailey Ware
Redcinder:
Harriett Louise Bailey Ware memorial # 49630050 was the daughter of Hollen (Howland) Bailey memorial# 79523237 and Elizabeth Jane McCollum Bailey Amis. memorial# 14278961. Would you please change Harriet's father from Ezekiel Bailey to Hollen Bailey.
Ezekiel was Hollen's brother. Ezekiel and Nancy Elizabeth Wright were married in Lane County Oregon in 1853. They and Mary E, Martha Jane and John H. show on the 1860 census in Lane County, Oregon. If you have any questions about this please contact me. The Bailey Family is a little confusing.
Added by David C. Kellems on Apr 27, 2014 11:20 AM
Kenneth Gilbert
Clarence Cook
Photo of marker added on memorial now listed in Fancher (I am working on fixing this). You are welcome to use photo(s) for your own stuff per my rules on my Find A Grave home page (pretty much I just ask for credit).
Added by Kenneth Gilbert on Apr 27, 2014 5:58 AM
DK Paddock
Druza Jane Dixon
Kincaid, Anderson County, Kansas
I think you can get your information from

Anderson County Historical Society
P. O. Box 183
6th Ave. & Highway US 59
Garnett, KS 66032
(785) 448-5740

http://www.historyandersoncoks.org/
Museum Hours:
1 p.m. - 4 p. m. Tuesday - Friday
May 1st - Sept. 30th
By Appointment Anytime.
Added by DK Paddock on Apr 15, 2014 6:01 AM
treerpgmo
RE: Lucas Cem, Fairview Twsp, Russell Co, Kansas
That is a good general rule however --- sometimes the older grave is less accurate. Take a Russian for example if I enter it with the surname misspelled and its way off and then you do later entry with the correct spelling now which one is correct? Sometimes the older one was put in the wrong cemetery. Or could be person with common given name and surname such as Thomas Jones and there's three people with the same name in the cemetery and maybe two of them don't have dates on the stone and . . . the list goes on.
Added by treerpgmo on Apr 14, 2014 1:15 PM
treerpgmo
Lucas Cem, Fairview Twsp, Russell Co, Kansas
Mary Frances (HORNER) SPALDING is the wife of Frederick Reed SPALDING and the first cousin of my 2nd Great-Grandfather Andrew Columbus BROWN (1859-1928) who is buried in Decatur Co, Iowa. We new Mary Frances married name as SPA-U-LDING and that's how there came to be a double set in this cemetery. I found out later once Suz photographed the graves that the "U" is NOT in the surname. I do need to work on this. I won't delete them because Suz took the time to make high quality photograps and they need to be saved then I need to change the code numbers for Frederick & Mary Frances in my database and enter their children into it. Once I do that then I will get one of the admins to merge and that will save Suz pictures which is most important to me and her. Since you seem to live in or be from Russell Co, Kansas you probably know more about the SPALDINGs than me. Ask Sherrie if she will transfer her's to you and if she says anything about mine tell me I do intend to have mine merged into hers. This will take quite a bit of work but if I send this off the admin really needs me to have the code number for mine and then the one for Sherrie's which it is getting merged into.
Added by treerpgmo on Apr 14, 2014 12:28 PM
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