|Virginia Brown (#47053782)|
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I was born in Ardmore, Carter Co, OK, where my husband jokingly says that I thought Noah's Ark had landed. |
For thirty plus years I have been involved in genealogy. When my mother died, she left some notes about a few ancestors she had uncovered and hoped I would continue her research. That was the hook-in-the-jaw that changed my life. I only regret that I have missed out on so many years that I could have used. Alas, all those family stories that went in one ear and out the other, and all those family members who took so much information to the grave with them.
I am, however, thankful for the tools that are now available and for FindAGrave, a platform that I have spent many hours gaining from and contributing to.
If I have created a memorial for a member your family, who isn't related to me, and YOU CAN ADD INFORMATION TO THEIR BIO (not just family links), I will be glad to transfer it to you. However, many have received a transfer/transfers & have never added anything. This isn't fair to kin who may come along later who can do so.
An exception to the above are my Bell, Dodson, & Love ancestors and kin, most of whom have numerous descendants. Much of the information contained in their memorials is the result of many years of tedious research, and as new information comes to light, I would like to be able to make those changes. For these memorials please follow FindAGrave guidelines for transfers.
Instructions for ALL REQUESTS for corrections, additional information, or transfers:
1. Go to the memorial page, which has an "Edit" tab located on the upper right side of the memorial.
2. Click on the "Edit" tab, then click on the Suggest a correction or provide additional information link, which opens a message page.
3. Type in your message.
Making a request this way insures that no mistakes are made, because it takes me to the exact memorial.
Thanks for your understanding.
|Messages left for Virginia Brown (1237)||[Leave Message]|
|Chuck Lostetter||RE: Your Grandparents|
Thanks for the tip! I am not familiar with that site so I will check it out!
|Chuck Lostetter||RE: Your Grandparents|
Thanks! just this past year I got an ancestry.com membership, and I am hooked! I spend most of my free time researching my family history!
|eliazbeth parks||Elvira Davis|
MY 3rd ggrandfather had a daughter name Elivra Davis. WE have never found her yet. I am wondering what you know about the One you have Elivra Davis married to George Davis. Could her maiden name be Davis? Although the Date you have for this lady is off several years compare to Our ELivra was born in Ark. Her father is Myrick Davis born 1793 Rowan Co. N.C. Died in Ark. Thank you again for reading this
I am related to a line of Loves that are connected to my Davis line. Jesse Parker Davis married Sarah Elizabeth Miller. Her mother was Sarah M Love and she married Levi lambeth Miller. The names above are buried in Ark. Sarah M is the daughter of Charles Love and Pheby Osborne N.C. Charles father is James Addison Love. This love line is also connected to the first Gold Mine In US. Which was in N.C. JAmes Loves was MR. Reed best friend and his help him with his books and was made a partner and this line of loves married into the Reed line. Thank you for reading this
|eliazbeth parks||RE: Sim Clayton Davis|
Thanks, I have the correct information the person that did this does not. I just posted it. Thank you for reading this and your reply. Can you forward it to her ? Be safe and thank you again
|James Light||RE: Thank You!|
That's very kind of you, but I'm afraid that I would not do as good a job as you have done, or are doing. At the same time, I can tell you that I have researched out more information on James Henry Light, my grandfather that I'd be very willing to share with you, if you are interested. I'm not sure how much of it would be worthwhile putting on the memorial, but I would respect your judgment to make that decision.
Let me know.
Oh, one other thing. If you knew Papa Light (James Henry Light), or any of his children, you would know that they were all told by him that we were of American Indian heritage. Many of them believed him, and took that folk genealogy with them to the grave. It's not true.
|James Light||Thank You!|
I too have been doing genealogy for a long time, and I've only recently (last few years) done extensive research using Findagrave as a significant tool. For some reason, today I decided to look at Find A Grave for my close ancestors - I have been primarily working in other areas with distant cousins. Imagine my surprise to find my own name mentioned as a contributor for this memorial for my great grandfather. Thank you so much for the wonderful work you are doing.
James H. Light
|opie Anderson pate||RE: Mary Whittington|
thank you.. have a stupid question... do you have to have some degree of being native anerican to be buried @ that cemetery..ther is a trail of tearsstory in our family.. i think everyone has one.. if ya need any help in barry co.. let me know.. my family been here since 1860.. cassville, barry co formed in1845.. thanks Opie
|NATALIE H. PATTERSON||Caroline Harrison Bell|
Hi, I too would like to inquire about getting a copy of your book. Am also curious to find out any info you may have about Caroline's father, Henry " Harry" Harrison, my 4x gr-grandfather. Thank you!!
|Amber Thut||James and Caroline|
Hi there, is there a way to purchase the book you've written on James and Caroline Bell? My husband is related and I'm putting together a family book for his grandfather. I think it would be a lovely addition. Thank you.
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