|T Linn (#47003249)|
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I am a 13th generation American - just plain American - no hyphenated nationality in front of "American"!!|
I caught the genealogy "bug" over 12 years ago, but one of my sisters has been doing our family genealogy for over 30 years. It is addictive! and thrilling when we find information.
My sister and I research our family lines, including on our father's side from the southern states: Linn, Galloway, Laster/Lassiter/Lasiter, James, Hysaw, Caldwell, Jeansonne/Johnson, Ritter, Edelmeier, Steen, Stelly, O'Rear, and Newman. Our direct Linn line has been in America since c1772, but other lines that married into the Linn's were in America as early as 1635. Most of these families came from Ireland and Scotland although research is showing that the Edelmeier, Ritter, Steen and Stelly lines came from Germany settling in Louisiana in 1721 and by the mid 1700's (Ritter's).
On our mother's side from the northern and east coast states, we research the family lines of Beebe, Sides, Lincoln, Borden, Hickox, Upson, Starr, Plumb, Warner, Sensabaugh, Clapp, Haskins, Williams, Brigden, Train and McComb. Our mom's direct Beebe line has been in America since 1649, but her Starr line came in 1634. With the exception of the Sensabaugh line, the rest of these families were in America in the mid 1600's. The majority of these lines are English with the exception of Sensabaugh which came from Germany and possibly initially settled in Canada, but were in America by 1810 on the east coast.
If you find a relative that I have entered or even a friend, I am more than willing to transfer management of the page to you (other than my own ancestors and relatives). Just send me an email asking for the transfer and please let me know your relationship to the person, their FAG memorial # AND your member ID # (PREFER that you use the 'Edit' button to contact me).
I think it is important to share genealogy information and am thankful to all those who have shared information with me which is why I am willing to share info with others. I try very hard to put a good description on my memorials so you can get to know the person rather than just a name.
You are also very welcome to use any pictures I post on findagrave for your personal genealogy or to post on Ancestry.com, but please indicate where you found the picture and give credit to whoever took the picture.
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i saw your comment on someone related to my friend joshua mathis. im working on building his tree for him and would love to talk to you if you get a chance. my email is email@example.com
|Jim||RE: Ogg Family Headstone Pics|
You're welcome - have a wonderful holiday season!
Added by Jim on Dec 17, 2014 1:09 PM
|Marguerite||RE: Susan (Dutton) Beebe|
Hi Toni - This is the link & contact info for Attica Twp., Michigan. http://atticatownship.org/contacts/
Can you contact them as a family member and have Susan's headstone "raised" or perhaps they can refer you to a monument company to have her headstone repaired. I'm recovering from breast cancer & headstones are very heavy to lift. Also, I believe it is improper to go into a cemetery and start digging up headstones misc. so contacting the caretaker would be the right thing to do. I often photograph headstones which have fallen over so the family can have them repaired & preserved.
|GFord||RE: Elizabeth Beebe|
I searched Ephraim Warner on ancestry.com and found a family tree. I compared it to mine and I didn't find a common ancestor, but it's possible that they are related way, way back. They (my Warners and your Warners) could have been in Hartford Connecticut at same time in late 1630's and may have come from same place in England.
Good luck with your research!!
Added by GFord on Jun 26, 2014 5:20 PM
|GFord||RE: Elizabeth Beebe|
yes, by all means, use my photos for your genealogy and ancestry.com. That's why I do it! It is a shame seeing the deterioration of the stones. I added my photos to document that. I read your bio and see that you have Warner ancestors. Where are your Warner ancestors from? I also have Warner ancestors that are from Long Island. They came from Massachusetts and ultimately England around 1630.
Added by GFord on Jun 26, 2014 7:12 AM
|Priscilla Parr||Jerome Keiser|
Thanks for adding the info on his memorial. Thanks for all the hard work you have done!
|Nancy (Hitchcock) Clewell||Willie Clester memorial|
Thank you for the transfer of Willie's memorial. A part of the Clester family settled in Poinsett, ARK. We have been researching this branch and connecting the dots. We know Willie belongs to them and will be linking him soon. Stay tuned!
Just finished adding memorials and photos to a cemetery we walked in Lebo, Kansas and am now working on another cemetery near there to get the records up on Find A Grave.
Will get back to the Clester clan soon. Thank you for the info on this cemetery. It is very interesting.
|a2||Silas C. Beebe Headstone|
Absolutely...thanks for asking.
Added by a2 on May 29, 2014 11:21 AM
|Alice||RE: William W. Beebe|
No need to reference me at all. Feel free to use at your discretion. I would encourage you to use the newspaper title and date of publication, which is available when you click on the photo.
Added by Alice on May 27, 2014 8:11 PM
|Jan Franco||RE: Beebe Brothers - Waite Cemetery|
Yes, and I should have told you I am not in that area (was only on a fieldtrip), otherwise I would look for the mother's stone. Sorry
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