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In 2004, I became an early retiree, retiring from an aerospace corporation in the southwest and now live in the midwest. I love spending quality time with my family, genealogy, flower gardening, and traveling. |
I'm a wife and the mother of two children, a daughter and a son, and three grandchildren. I also have a really great sister and brother-in-law.
I have been researching my family history for over 30 years and also enjoy corresponding with other researchers and helping them with their research, if I can. It's a way for me to give back, for all the people who have helped me through the years.
With the advent of the world wide web, I have been able to meet a lot of cousins from every branch of the family. It's sure been interesting as well as a lot of fun.
Find A Grave has given all of us a way to establish a living memorial for our loved ones...it's a really great thing...linking families together forever.
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|Find-a-GraveTRP||RE: Thomas J. Copes|
You are welcome. I pray you will be able to find the location soon. There is a John Gardner Cope buried in the cemetery though (the only one listed with BGS)
|Paul F Moore||Silas Williams|
I noticed that you have a Silas Williams (1761 to 1851) listed at the Cave Springs Cemetery. I have been looking for his grave for over 20 years!
I am surprised at the location of his grave in that he lived on the river south of Speedwell about 15 miles away. I was just curious if that cemetery had graves that were reinterred due to the TVA backing up the river?
Also were the dates clearly marked?
Good news Now I will have to make a trip to Claiborne County to find this grave!!!
|Joel Manuel||RE: Harrison T. Easley|
No problem, you are welcome. :)
|david peery||Francis Thomas|
He was my 4th great grandfather, just a question about his memorial. You have "Burial:
Body lost or destroyed
Specifically: Buried in Limestone Co., AL"
Where did you get this information? Body lost or destroyed? Just curious, I have been searching for his grave assuming Alabama. Love to hear from you, David Peery
|David Qualls||James George Qualls|
Are you related to James George Qualls 99089510?
He is my Great Grandfather. His son John M Qualls is my Grand Dad
|Evelyn Jones Christensen||RE: Aleph Goff|
So happy to have helped!
|Karen Powell||RE: Robert Rankin Williams|
It was my pleasure. Please feel free to contact me if you have other requests in the NW Arkansas area.
|Janice Jayne-St.Gemme||RE: 84506513 Ruckman, Samuel|
Thanks for answering. I am helping a friend with her tree so I'm not related but still want to have the right info.
|I Remember When||FYI|
I noticed you placed a photo on the page for Thomas Basnett. It was on the page by the contributor that there was no death certificate but I found it and it is now on his page. I thought you might be interested.
|Janice Jayne-St.Gemme||84506513 Ruckman, Samuel|
On this memorial it is written that the mother of Samuel Ruckman is Nancy Cantril (Cantrill). However, Luke's 1st wife, Mary Nancy Armstrong Ruckman didn't die until 1863. I think she is the mother of all these kids?? I could be wrong?? I don't think Luke married the second time until way after all these siblings of Samuel were born?
Jan St. Gemme
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