|Doris Aliff (#47026038)|
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My hobby is listing cemeteries in my area, with names, dates and kinships if I can find it. |
My family names are: Aliff, Estep [West Virginia] Little, Martin [Oklahoma].
For those who wonder who I am you can see my family on Find A Grave. I am the daughter of Elmer Earl Aliff and Doris Nadine(Little) Aliff.
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|Carol Chakurda||Jack Aliff|
Hi! Thanks for your message about Jack & Patricia Aliff's son. Randy's ashes were interred in the same cemetery as his parents. I have linked them for you so you can find him easier. Thanks! Carol
|Angel Elizabeth||Carlisle Marcum|
Hello Doris, I am the great niece of Carlisle Marcum. My mother told me he had two sons, but she doesn't remember their names, and that they both died within an hour of their father, leaving their mother widowed and childless in one day. I have been unable to find any record of them anywhere. Do you know if by any chance they may have been buried with their father in unmarked graves? Thank you for the memorial, btw. Would you like a picture for the page, or would you like to give the page to me?
we see where he is buried there in perry cemetery but all we have is approximate location towards the back by fence but not sure of exact location to place headstone..who will have the exact location
i think ive written before with same questions any help would be so appreciated ..
|Brian S. Miller||Elmer Ash - Ada Riley - America Hayes|
I saw your suggestions regarding Elmer Ash, Ada Riley and America Hayes. Yes, Elmer Ash was married to Carrie Woodburn. Elmer left her for Ada sometime after 1919. Ada's mother, America Hayes did marry Michael W. Deel, Andrew Brooks Deel's younder brother. Andrew was Ada's first husband. We believe that Ada's father was William W. Riley, even though we found a birth record for an Addie Riley to Marcellus and Eveline Riley. Marcellus was William's younger brother, but America Deel's will specifically states that America was Ada's mother. I appreciate the suggestions though, as this has been a tough nut to crack.
Brian S. Miller
|Robert Fitch||Daniel Barker|
hanks for the information on Daniel Barker. I do not know how I got the F for his middle name. I removed it.
|Brenda Maynor||RE: Wright|
Thank you, Doris. I have felt that Caperton and Christina were probably related, but I could never find any record of how they were related. I've been searching, for a long time, for Caperton's parents, John Conrad Wright and Bettie Means. Only recently have I found anything that I think may be records of John and I found that information through the Keatleys. Caperton's wife was Harrietta Keatly and I found a John Wright family living in the same area as the Keatleys in the 1820 census in Monroe County. There were two adults and one male child the same age that Caperton would have been at that time and a female under the age of ten.
I also found a probate dated in 1858 in Mercer County for John Wright. Henry Gore and John Keatley signed the probate. Harrietta Keatley had a brother named John and her sister was married to Henry Gore.
Do you have an email address for Danny Wright?
Thanks again. Brenda
|Brenda Maynor||Catherine Wright|
Also, how may Caperton Wright have been related to Catherine Wright, wife of Hiram Mills?
|Brenda Maynor||James H Aliff and Christina Wright|
Doris, Hugh Caperton Wright and Harrietta Keatley Wright were my gr gr grandparents. Do you know why James H. Aliff was living with them in the 1880 census, and do you know how Caperton and Christina may have been related?
Wilson and Virginia Vass Wright were my great grandparents.
|Andrea||Ira Wilburn Miller|
I am actively looking for a photo of Ira Wilburn Miller. He is my husband's great-grandfather and we have been unable to find anything in search ancestry.com or even personal photo albums. If you have one or know someone (a cousin or someone) that might have one they could share, please contact me.
Added by Andrea on Jul 17, 2016 8:56 AM
|Shane Shoaf||Lakin and Ruby Kincaid|
My name is Shane Shoaf and I am the great grandson of Lakin and Ruby Kincaid of Boone County, WV. My grandfather and I were looking at some of the pictures you posted of Lakin and his siblings.
My grandfather, Basil, was wondering where you came across the photos? He mentioned that his uncle George Aliff married Ruth Brooke Kincaid (Aliff) and I believe that would mean you and my grandfather share a common uncle.
Any insight would be much appreciated!
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