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|Richard Churchill LeRoy||George LeRoy|
George LeRoy is a 4th great uncle to me and his brother Henry W. LeRoy is my 4th great-grandfather. Henry W. moved to Cold Springs, KY. I have the least amount of information on George LeRoy as I do on the rest of Daniel LeRoy's children. Again, thank you for transferring management of Daniel to me. I carry on...Richard LeRoy
|Richard Churchill LeRoy||Daniel LeRoy 16959505|
John, would it be possible to have Judge Daniel LeRoy's memorial transferred to me? I am his fifth great-grandson. I have ancestors and descendants of his that I would like to link through Find-A-Grave.
Thank You, Richard C. LeRoy 47040363
|butterfly||Broad Memorials in Evergreen|
John, If these memorials are your family members, I would be glad to transfer them to you. Please let me know. Thank you.
|Grace Younglove Hudson||Christina (Rabold) and CharlesReber|
The memorials have been transferred to you.
|James Lemon||Wilson Gensler|
I have added everything now. I either didn't get the other information or I missed it. Sorry.
|James Lemon||Mills Family|
Thank you for the corrections. I have them updated and I transferred them to you.
Good luck in your research.
|J. J. Reber||Michael Reber|
I didn't add the children & cannot delete them.
|Trish||RE: Violet Katherine Gimm-Felton|
No, She wasn't adopted by Felton but in the early 20th century it was a very serious point of shame to have and to be an illegitimate child. To cover, her mother called her a Felton after she married him and and that way she matched the rest of the family. She wasn't legally a Felton, though. Her birth certificate lists "father unknown" although her mother did know who it was and had a picture of him that she showed. I never saw it buy my mom did and said grandma looked just like him, more like her dad than her mom, Margaret. As for the "Violette" thing, rather than "Violet", it was just an attempt to boost self esteem and be fancy. My grandpa tried that too at one point and the name on the census that year was Lovette instead of Lovett. I guess somehow the extra "e" made it better. :-) I don't know if anyone in her family threw it up in her face that she was illigetimate but I don't think so, she never said anyone did. But I know she carried the guilt of it always, anyway.
Back then it was a very big deal. Nowadays, it doesn't seem to even be noticed.
Yes, she was born in 1906. The social security office had her year of birth wrong but she wasn't going to argue with them. The started sending her check a year before she expected it. They also have the month of her death wrong on the Social Security Death Index site. They say it was October. She died in November, here at home with hospice. She and my grandpa both are buried at Sylvan Abbey Cemetary here in Clearwater, Fl. Nice to hear from you. I haven't worked on family history in quite a while. Something happened to my files and I lost everything. I don't think it was a virus because I haven't had any other problems, really. I had my program and tree stored on a portable drive, thinking that was the safest way to go. Guess not. :-) I'm slowly trying to rebuild my tree in what time I have to work on it. Years and years of info and family stories and "rememberances" gone and no way to replace them.
Added by Trish on Feb 24, 2014 7:06 PM
|jessicado||Re: Grace Keeley #40188376|
Information added. Thanks! Let me know if you have anything else to add. :)
|jessicado||Re: Grace Keeley #40188376|
Hi, I am also related through her husband's side of the family. However, if you have any information you would like me to add, just let me know and I'd be more than happy to update her memorial! :)Jessica
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