|Ashley (Killian) OBeck (#47093636)|
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I began researching my own genealogy at the age of 15 in 2000 when my Mother got me interested in it. She had started genealogy in the 1970s, but it had come to a halt when she needed the 1910 census to be released. Since then I have become addicted to researching my family, my husband's and a few of my friend's as well. If I neglect to leave a thank you note for anyone who fulfills any photo requests, I'm sorry. I get bombarded with genealogy contacts every day and sometimes I lose track. I know that genealogy would be much more difficult than it already is without the help of volunteers. So thank you all, for everything you do.|
Names I research:
Killian, Solomon, Catlege, Eckhardt, Olesinski, O'Beck (originally Hoebeke), DeGlopper, Fochtman, Alexander, Eastwood, Couts, Meredith, Vigil, Burris, Casey, and many others.
CEMETERY PHOTOS OUT OF MY AREA:
Anywhere I travel, I usually stop and visit cemeteries that are old or interesting. If I have posted photos from other states or areas outside of Southern California, I took those photos on a trip, and unfortunately cannot take volunteer photos for those locations.
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B McDowell, Betty Harrigill..., Dieter Birkenma..., James A. Pingr..., James Seidelman, Leigh Ann, Mary L Broderic..., Robert Blackbur..., Robert DeLong, Sean McCauley, Tim Bear
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|Margaret C Cowles||RE: Oakwood Cemetery-Muskegon, MI|
that's alright. I made my youngest daughter mad with me and the world...her name is Mari-Collene and goes by Mari. At 16 she came back for the DMV at 16 getting her license all in a huff!
"I tired of being a Catholic sister" - she proclaimed. "what," I asked. Then she explained that she keeps having to say "Mari-Collene, none, Cowles". LOL NUN get it?
And it really sent her into tears in the second grade when her teacher asked her to spell her name out loud..." Captial M A R I hyphen capital C O L L E N E" then the teacher wanted to spell "hyphen" of all things!!
|Margaret C Cowles||Oakwood Cemetery-Muskegon, MI|
Well this is a first. I've ran into duplicates many, many times, but you ladies had out done most! LOL
You put O'Beck and Cindy put Obeck and the whole string went in twice. Cindy is no longer doing F.A.G. so I guess it'll be on your shoulders.
If you can get F.A.G. to merge them into one, it'd be great. Cindy's photo are brighter (better) if you could get them saved.
I have checked marriage record and census, and all seem to NOT have the ' in them (Obeck) not even an upper case B. If you're sure that's the way Lillian George and hubby spelt it - go for it.
Sometimes I have ran into this problem, and I treat it this way...make 2 enteries...one says O'Beck see Obeck and the other says Obeck see O'Beck.
I have family links to do for Lillian, but don't know where to put them. I've been tracking the George family.
|Beth Presley||Barbee Nuckles|
Sorry but you know that I meant MERRY CHRISTMAS!!
|Beth Presley||Barbee Nuckles|
You are very welcome! Barbee is my 1st cousin 4X removed so I was thrilled to find the headstone. Marry Christmas! Beth
|Pamela Catledge Kirk||Catledge Family Genealogy|
Interested in your Catledge/Catlege Connection. I am a Catledge from Winston Co. MS and am related to Elizah and Alson. Pamela C. Kirk.
|Jo Roberts||Casey Family|
Ashley, you have been so helpful and generous with your info. Thank you again, Jo Roberts #47188400
|Bill T. Whitis||RE: Bobby Moulton|
Not a problem!
|Michael Cotton||RE: Cotton|
My Cotton's are a bit chaotic. I think they are mostly from the Lyon County and Princeton KY areas. they moved from Albemarle, Virginia at the time of Littleberry Cotton in the early 1800s. Walter Cotton came from Crakemarsh, England to Surry, Virginia in the late 1600s. But my grandfather moved to Gulfport, Mississippi in the early 1930s, but I have recently been finding cousins and trying to connect with them, but it's not easy (and a lot of people think you're nuts when you just appear from out of nowhere)!
|Michael Cotton||RE: Amos and Elizabeth freeman|
You are entirely welcome. The caretaker said that, maybe in the spring, they will be able to find and uncover their son, Amos, if his stone is covered over with grass.
|P. Oliver||RE: Alene Stoll|
You are welcome.
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