|Bradley Moody (#47097169)|
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I have been doing my genealogy for 35 years. I am mainly interested in the following surnames: Wintermute (also Windemuth, Wintermote and Wintemute), Sanborn, Hall (Bradford, MA and Rumney, NH), Moody (Essex County, Virginia), Gatewood, Brown (Jefferson County, WI), and Hollinger.|
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|Kat C||Dick Loizeaux|
My name is Katie Cline; I live in Pensacola, FL. I bought a boxful of antique photos at Blue Moon Antiques here about a year ago, and came across this name in the mix. There are MANY photos that are associated with this person.
I have scanned & uploaded them at this site if you'd like to see them. One of them is of a middle-aged woman holding an infant; on the back is written "introducing - Richard Cronkite / Dick Loizeaux."
I buy these photos hoping that I can find family members who'd like to claim them; hope I can reconnect you with some long-lost relatives!
Added by Kat C on Jul 18, 2014 9:12 PM
|Janice McAlpine||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 54514642|
Thanks so much. I just exchanged emails with a fellow who was relying on the information you had on Find a Grave. There is something about a Find a Grave post that carries more weight than a similar post elsewhere.
|Janice McAlpine||Find A Grave Memorial# 58649922|
Please correct the Memorial for Susannah Moody. The woman who died in Kentucky was Susannah Amoss/Ames Moody, not Susannah Rowland -- assuming there ever was such a a person. Susannah Amoss Moody was born Jan 16, 1750, the daughter of William Amoss and Lucy Woodward. (Source: "The Douglas Register 1750-1797," Rev. William Douglas, Richmond, Va.: J.W. Fergusson & Sons, 1928, page 209 and 210.)
Susannah Amoss married John Moody about 1765.
William Amoss witnessed several deeds for John Moody and John Moody was listed in a 1793 deed of gift from William and Lucy Amoss to their children.
|Ancestor Hunter||Linnie Lee Evrage Nelson|
I really appreciate all the new, useful and missing information you are providing, please don't stop.
However, it would be easier, faster and more accurate if you would use the new improved edit features. Edit now allows more direct suggestions on all of the changes you have suggested.
|Jeanne Palleiko||Toman in Sheldon Cemetery|
I left the photo on the memorials for both Bessie Toman and Charles Toman.
|Ann Curfew-Eagar||Gilbert Weaver|
The connection of Gilbert Weaver as father of Edward Weaver is incorrect. He was Edward's uncle. Edward's father was John Weaver 1776/1847 and mother Catherine Reasoner 1773/1854.
Records found in the LDS church records states Edward's stated that Gilbert was his uncle.
My records show that John Weaver died July 21, 1797 and is buried at Conneaut Township, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. In searching Find A Grave, I am unable to find a grave for him, his headstone has probably disintegrated. I would appreciate your changing this.
Thank you for your interest in the Weaver line.
|Carolyn Brassard||News Paper Article of Roger's Car accident and Obituary.|
A Wilmington Route 1 man died Saturday, July 27, when his car went off a gravel road and struck a tree south of the Grundy County Home in Wauponsee Township.
Roger Brassard, 26, was pronounced dead on arrival at Morris Hospital. He had been thrown from the car and suffered multiple injuries.
Residents of the county home reportedly heard the crash and the horn blowing. They reported the incident to the Grundy County Sheriff's office.
The car evidently went out of control, sheriff's deputies said, and ran off the road about 200 feet before going through a barbed-wire fence and stricking a tree.
The vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed when the accident occured, deputies said.
Mr. Brassard resided in the Wilmington area for the past three months. He was employed by the Lehon Paper Mill. He previously lived in Campus, Ill.
He is suvived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brassard; five sisters, Mrs. Robert (Betty) Illum of Momence, Mrs. Samuel (Vera) Nowman of Bradley, Mrs, Terry (Iona) Hilger of South Haven, Mich., Mrs. Gilbert (Rosemary) Irps of Kankakee and Mrs. Dale (Linda) Miller of El Paso, Ill.; eight brothers, Donald and David, both of Wilmington, Richard of Minooka, Elmer of Braceville, Gerald of Braidwood, Raymond of Westmont, Ill., Bernard of Rockville, Md, and Larry of South Haven. He was preceded in death by a sister, Mrs. Frank (Margie) Rasor.
Service were held in the DesRochers Funeral Home, Wilmington, at 2 p.m. Tyesday, July 30th, with the Reverend Ralph Conway, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Wilmington, officiating.
Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery, Wilmington.
You are very welcome. I am really enjoying this!. If there are anymore send them my way.
Added by ChaCha on Apr 24, 2014 8:43 AM
|Verna Bridgewater||Floyd Wilcox|
Would transfer Floyd Wilcox to me. He is my uncle, my other's older brother. Thank you.
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||Henry Diener at Ottawa Hills|
Greetings! This cemetery does not give out grave locations to photographers, citing privacy reasons. Please call (419) 536-8321 to get the exact location, as there are thousands of burials at Ottawa Hills. Thanks!
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