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Doni Wright (#47024310)
 member for 8 years, 6 months, 18 days
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Bio Photo I love doing genealogy. I believe in gathering sources -they prove everything, and lead you to new adventures.

You are welcome to use my photos in your family genealogies or post them on Ancestry.
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Sue Tanner
RE: 124907353 Emaline Jane Roberts
Hi Doni, I know that can be done. Don't know how to do that myself. You are welcome to do that. Let me know afterwards & I'll delete my photo.
Added by Sue Tanner on Jan 03, 2017 12:38 PM
C Gengler
Adrian Guy Harter
Yes, you may use any photos I have taken. Keep up the good work. Cindy
Added by C Gengler on Jan 03, 2017 11:57 AM
C Gengler
Adrian Guy Harter
I have transferred this memorial to you. You have much more information. Thank you for all the research you have done. Sincerely, C. Gengler
Added by C Gengler on Jan 03, 2017 9:56 AM
Sue Tanner
RE: 124907353 Emaline Jane Roberts
Hi Doni, Thanks for writing me. I don't save every photo that I take so I do not have a copy of her photo. What I will do is go out and re-take it, come Spring. We are having a true Pacific NorthWest Winter, much snow and below freezing temps this week. So, if you don't mind waiting until March/April at the earliest, I will be glad to do that for you.
I made myself a note to re-take her marker, maybe you could send me a reminder? No sooner than March though. If you do so, please include her name, Find A Grave #, mention re-take. Thanks Sue
Added by Sue Tanner on Jan 02, 2017 6:54 PM
J.T. Clemensen
James Franklin Boggs, Sr
James Franklin Boggs did NOT die in Oklahoma. He was buried in Oklahoma.

J.T. Clemensen
Added by J.T. Clemensen on Oct 31, 2016 6:37 AM
J.T. Clemensen
RE: 168833929 J F Boggs Jr.
Doni, Uncle Jim's cremains are in my care. He died in Preatt, Pratt County, Kansas, and was cremated in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas.

J.T. Clemensen
Added by J.T. Clemensen on Oct 25, 2016 1:14 PM
J.T. Clemensen
James Franklin Boggs, Sr
Doni: James Franklin Boggs, Sr., is NOT buried in Greenlawn Cemetery in Pratt, Pratt County, Kansas. Tressa Boggs is buried in Greenlawn Cemetery. She lived in Pratt, Pratt County, Kansas, at the time of her death. James Franklin Boggs, Sr, lived at Preston, Pratt County, Kansas. He would not have been buried in Pratt. He is buried in Oklahoma, near his other family members.

J.T. Clemensen
granddaughter of James Franklin Boggs, Sr.
Added by J.T. Clemensen on Oct 24, 2016 8:03 PM
Bill & Guin
Earl Dee Coats
I have added the photo to the 2nd memorial per your request.

Guin Murphy
Added by Bill & Guin on Oct 11, 2016 12:38 AM
Larry & Helen in Ok.
RE: Wright Related
hello Doni. Can you give me the names & mother's maiden of your husband. I can check on the Wright side and see if his dad was related to my grandpa Wright. I have/had Wrights around Dallas.

Added by Larry & Helen in Ok. on Sep 22, 2016 2:00 PM
Thomas Corey
RE: Phillip Cory
Hi Doni, I see this was Philip's second marriage, he had no children in this marriage. I have tried to get the previous poster to fix his parents, she has not Mary Gray first married Philip Cory b. 1772 at Tiverton, RI, he died at sea. They had one child named Philip that drowned as a young boy. Mary married his brother Joseph b. 1774 at Tiverton, RI and had a number of children that some are not listed. Joseph died at Edinburgh, Saratoga, New York in January 1830. All of Joseph and Mary Gray Cory children are in the estate papers. Mary Gray Cory died in Kalamazoo County, Michigan in 1844. There is no stone on her grave, so do not have a photo of it. Joseph's grave was on a family plot at Edinburgh, this land is now covered by a lake, so no stone picture for it. Joseph's parents are Philip Cory and Comfort Hicks, they are buried at the Philip Cory historical cemetery at Tiverton. Mary's parents are Philip Gray and Deborah Bailey, there graves are at Tiverton as well. Both of these Philip's served in the Rev War.
Added by Thomas Corey on Sep 11, 2016 7:55 AM
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