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|rfitz||Harvey Jane Sanders, Sr|
I have information on my Grandfather, Harvey Sanders, but cannot find any information on his mother and dad. Where did you get the information on James Sanders and Rebecca Kepperly? Do you know what cemetery they are in? Also, looking for info on grandmother, Annie Tracey.
Thanks in advance for any information you can provide.
Added by rfitz on Aug 14, 2014 5:29 PM
|Shawn Costley||RE: John Costley|
I would greatly appreciate it if you would do that. John is one of my distant uncles. So any info you can send me would be appreciated.
I actually went to Gettysburg to the Lincoln Cemetary on Sunday. I was in the area on business and wanted to take the opportunity to go by there. Unfortunately, there's no gravestone there with his name on it. I spoke to the caretaker who also said that John Costley was not buried there. However, what she did say was that there were one or two smaller colored cemeteries where he may have been buried. I'll have to continue to do the research and see what I can find.
Again, appreciate anything you can send!
Hi Max, I declined the edit for Gayetta Grimes, I see she is already linked to spouse. I added a headstone photo for Marlin Grimes. The headstone is located in St. Paul's "The Pines" Cemetery near New Oxford.
|Linda Lenhard||Aley Hubbard|
I thought you would be interested in knowing about the following. A picture was just uploaded of Aley,Harrison Baker Miller and his second wife, Edith Cook Taylor Miller. The one who posted it is Arlene Roberts. Do you know her? She is part of the family. I've asked her to add the picture to Aley's memorial. If you have any pictures of Aley, would you mind sharing them.
I've never asked, but who do you call kin in our family?
I'm assuming you are a member of the LDS Church with the Temple as your picture. I am also. I am so glad for others who are helping us with the work.
Linda Walton Lenhard
|Linda Klein||Edward Nichols|
Sorry, wasn't sure how to reply to your message. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I do have a family tree. How do you think you're connected?
Yes, Thank you I have that I was looking for his grave site, he and his wife Mildred are in the same area as the info I sent you.
Added by Yampop on May 25, 2014 3:56 PM
Do you have info on Gerard A. Schmidt and Mildred E. Schmidt? They would be near Anna Barbara Kougl Schmidt #80314674
Added by Yampop on May 24, 2014 7:33 PM
|Gerald Steffy||RE: Arthur Byars|
Arthur Bowen Byars is the son of John Byars, Jr., and Nancy Agnes Bowen. I have worked on the family recently as John Byars, Jr., and Nancy Agnes Bowen who were related to Arthur Bowen and Mary McMurray (Nancy was their daughter) and granddaughter of Lily Bowen, a Revolutionary patriot that I just proved for SAR. John and Nancy were my 4 great Grandparents. Susan P. Blessing was the wife of Arthur Bowen Byars.
|Johnny||Anna Waltman ?|
I received your suggestion/correction email regarding John C. Waltman and checked through my research. The photo of the gravestone that I have on my family tree lists his wife as Anna R. born 1916. I have the Waltman family listed in my family tree. I am also closely related to the Steele family within Chester County and Cecil County, Maryland. I would be interested in that connection as well. A Steele connection would also answer to why a death date is not listed for her on the headstone with John. Perhaps she was buried with her 2nd husband.....the unknown Steele. I'm intrigued. I'll start researching this line more, and would love to hear from you about other possible Steele connections and anything you might learn about Anna.
Added by Johnny on May 18, 2014 10:17 PM
|Deb Sloan||Edward Nichols|
I was always told that Edward Nichols and his siblings, William? (called Uncle Will) and sister Virginia were Orphans and a farm family took them in and had them work for their board and room.
I was told that the kids were fathered by different men and not married? My Mom never uttered a word regarding this.....which they didn't talk about a lot of things.
"Papa" came out here from back east, to look for work and sent for my grandmother and baby (Margaret) settling in Big Lake and working in the logging industry.
Are you sure about George Nichols is his father?
Thanks Deb Sloan
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