I have been actively involved in genealogy for the last 25 years. My primary interest is the genealogy of my ancestors and those of my husband. My Maternal Lines: Clark, Neff, Blunt, Snodgrass, Montgomery, Price, Lucas My Paternal Lines: King, Lane, Freeman, Kemper, Eastwood, McElvain, Purdy, Carbaugh My Husband's Lines: Lockas (Lackas), Lowe, McAtee, Eichling, Hindman, Crawford
James Clark Anne Branson married 11 Sept 1796 Washington Co, VA to James Clark. The Minister was Edward Crawford, a Presbyterian Minister at Rock Spring Church on Holstein. Do you have any information about them? Also if anyone descended from a James Clark of Washington Co, VA around this time - after the 1796 marriage - and has tested DNA Please contact me firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your nice words. My husband is related to several lines buried in the Old Section at Union (Zinn, Legg, Webster) which is how I got started working in Union Cemetery. It was nice to hear from you.
Sincerely, Lauren Clark www.centralohiogravesearch.com
127306254-Samuel Trutza Thank you for the subject memorial.I knew his parents in 1973,St. Lucia,also his grandmother,Elizabeth Clark.In 1968 she lived in Cortez, Colorado. Could you make a Findagrave memorial for her also?My address is email@example.com. Charles.
John Parnell Graves No, I have not found his grave on Find a Grave or Billion Graves. I do believe he is buried in San Bernadino County and J W Woodhouse took care of the funeral arrangements; he was buried on Jun 13, 1933 (died jun 11 1933)
I am a Graves descendant and John Parnell Graves was a 1st cousin 3 x removed. So, not a direct descendant, but I like to add as much as I have where ever and when ever possible.