|Dona McPhillips (#47087008)|
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I started the genealogy trail back in 1967 but got sidetracted by work etc. Only with my retirement,(2008), did I restart this passion. I trace my family, paint, write. In 2011, I traveled from state to state visiting the family graves. In spring of 2012, I finally made it to Ireland. |
I am particularly focused on doing findagrave biographies with photos of relations and getting them all linked.
My surnames are;, McPHILLIPS,LYNCH, SULLIVAN, McCABE, BOLSINGER/BALSINGER, ARMSTRONG, KERNAHAN, FISHER, CRAFT, HIGGINBOTHAM, KEENER, CANTRELL, CHASTAIN, HAYES/HAYS, and WHITEHEAD. I've been helped by so many seasoned genealogy hunters across the states. What a great bunch of people do this!!!
If someone wants to copy my pictures I would like credit as being the source for them and it would be nice to have a heads up so I can check the facts that are presented about them. These people are my family so I appreciate this coordination and teamwork. Thank you.
MY EMAIL ADDRESS AS GENTRACKER WAS HACKED! IF YOU HAVE THAT ADDR. FOR ME DISCARD IT!
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|Teresa Truan Smith||RE: James McPhillips 90826944|
How wonderful! James was my husband's gr-grandfather. Please email me direct so we can exchange information.
We know that James and Bernard were born in Monaghan county, Ireland and arrived in America before 1850. We have lots of photos and information on them after they arrived in Oregon.
I look forward to corresponding with you.
Best Regards, Teresa Truan-Smith
|Don Rose||New Email Address|
Would you please send me your new email address. I would like to revisit our possible LYNCH relationship. Apparently, a DNA match discovered by Marilyn Veik has shown that our LYNCH bunch are related. Marilyn found that she and I are 4th cousins, meaning that we share ggg gf LYNCH from County Monaghan.
Added by Don Rose on Jun 03, 2015 11:02 PM
|Karen Thompson||RE: Barbara Macdonald|
I would like to be in touch with her children. My sister and my mother's cousin are working on the family tree and have a lot of questions about what happened to Barbara's father Franklin. Thanks so much for responding and for posting the lovely memorial.
|Karen Thompson||Barbara Macdonald|
Hi Dona ,
I believe that Barbara Macdonald was my mother's first cousin whom she thought had moved to California as a girl. My mother is Helen Joan Macdonald Thompson and her father was Wallace Macdonald Franklin's brother. He died when my mother was 3 and she was raised by her mother Helen Hunniford Macdonald. We were close with Franklin's mother Jean Grasse Tobin and his other siblings Jean, Dorothy, and Minna. Are you related to Barbara?
|George McDonald||Holy Assumption|
Dona- The name of the church/parish WAS Holy Assumption. The land was more or less donated by John Smith who was from County Monaghan, Ireland as were the majority of the Willow Springs Irish. He sold it to the Dioscese for the amount of one dollar to make it legal. Smith came to the area early and eventually bought up quite a bit of land. When the Great Hunger occurred in Ireland many of his relatives and their neighbors came from County Monaghan, and quite a few of them bought their land from Smith. As to where the church sat, if you imagine the layout of the cemetery, it is in the shape of an inverted "L"...the church sat inside the lines of that shape. I don't know when it was razed, but I never remember it.
Greetings: I am working on a family tree for a friend, and have collided with an apparent controversy regarding the marriage (or not!)of Talitha Cloud and Isaac Thornton Cantrell. At Talitha's find a grave memorial, I saw a post by you where you mentioned marriage records that showed they indeed were married. I have been unable to find anything on this. If you have a moment I would appreciate information where to find such records, or if you could provide a link or best of all copies? I'm just striving for accuracy and it seems plenty of opinions abound on both sides of this controversy. My contributor # is 48472676. Thanks much for any help!
|Sam Dibert||Dibert memorials|
I noticed you added and manage a lot of Dibert memorials. Thank you very much for all your work on those. Many of them are my relatives. (Jacob Charles Dibert is my 2nd ggf, Samuel Dibert is my 3rd, and others).
You don't list Dibert as a surname. Would you be willing transfer management of some of these memorials to me? If you do have a family connection, I'd be very interested to hear about it. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com
|Kaleb Williams||James Henry Hays|
My name is Kaleb Williams I have recently started chasing my tree again and came across your contribution for James Henry Hays. He is my 3rd Great grand uncle. I would like to use your bio for him on my tree. I will obviously give you all the credit. I just wanted to touch base with you before hand. Thank you for the valuable information. You are a great find! Keep up the fantastic work.
|John Gillmartin||RE: Sarah Radcliffe Craft|
Donna - just noticed your message for the first time this morning ... I'm really humbled for not responding before now ... are you still needing help for your Sarah Craft?
The Crafts/Radcliffes I have have two or three Daniels and a couple Sarah candidates ... one in particular is my 6th GGM Salome Sarah Radcliffe Craft (1791-1877) m. to my 6th GGF, Colonel Benjamin Oliphant Craft (1790-1876) ...
Again I am sorry for not noticing your message, pls. let me know if I may be of any help.
|Richard K Thompson||Sarah Ann Wilson Parsons memorial update|
I've just updated the memorial for Sarah Ann Wilson Parsons, # 123815784) and have chosen to keep the memorial in Lacky cemetery at least for the time being. I've put in some notes on her memorial explaining the uncertainty of which cemetery she is buried in. Although I suspect that she is most likely in Fell cemetery, I think that keeping the memorial where it is with the notes added will be sufficient.
This sort of 50/50 burial location question doesn't happen very often, but I try to respect the contributions of other contributors like you.
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