|Elaine Goodman (#47019714)|
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I've been doing genealogy for about 9 years. I want to find out about the life of the person beneath that tombstone. Everyone who lived touched someone else's life. They shouldn't just be forgotten. Most of us don't know about our ancestors, so even a small amount of information provided by someone else is so appreciated. Please forward any corrections that need to be made. I will do some transfers also.|
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|Bobbie Mabry Graue||Miller Transfers|
Thanks for the transfer on Gus and Mary. She use to make the most wonderful sugar cookies! She baked them on a wood stove when I was a kid. She was born in France and the French were known for their baking abilities.
|Bobbie Mabry Graue||Transfers|
Thanks again!! I will probably ask you for more transfers as I find them. I have already started on the bio's now and they are coming along.
|Bobbie Mabry Graue||Taylor's|
Elaine, Thanks so much for the transfers. I will start doing bio's today on them.
|vickie watkins||Susan Crenshaw and Thomas Crenshaw info|
Hi, I want to know more about Susan Crenshaw. She is my paternal Grandfathers grandmother. She was married to a Rev. Thomas Doc Crenshaw.I would like to know who Thomas crenshaw parents were and who susan crenshaw parents were. I found something indicating that a Adeline Buyck was Thomas mother. I am a little confused because Thomas and susan daughter anna Crenshaw married a Richard Buyck, who is the father of Richard Buyck my Grandpa. Is there any gravestone information.
I have a long, informative obituary for Sarden, if I do all that typing, lol, will you add it to his memorial. It's too long to add in the photo section.