Darby, simcock, Rushton some of the names I am researching are Darby, Simcock and Rushton. Is William Darby a Drummer in the Revlutionary War one of your ancestors? well I just answered my own question since you are researching Rushton and he married Signet. Would like to compare notes if you have time. Edie May firstname.lastname@example.org
RE: Elizabeth Cranson #18072047 Picture added, my grandmother was the daughter of James Brown and Alice Dickerson Brown, who was the daughter of Charles and Helen Marr Scott Dickerson. Scott is probably the connection, Lizzie's mother was Cynthia Scott Everett. I'm trying to piece the Scott's together, and any info you could give me on the Scott's would be most helpful. Regards, Larry
Elizabeth Cranson #18072047 HI Sally, I have a pic of a Lizzie Cranson, taken at Lansing Mich., sister of a Charles Everett of Ann Arbor Mich. Somehow related to Brown side of my family. Any info if she is one and the same?, would add pic. to her memorial, Larry
Polly Teeter memorial I saw that you had entered some of the Teeter family, and I wanted to let you know I created a memorial for and photographed Polly Teeter's grave in Bird/Byrd Cemetery in Locke. Memorial # 134792042 (mother of George, Robert and some others)
Teeter I see you have several Teeters in you cem. do you have any family in Ark.Mo.,Ill.?I am researching my moms family but have'nt got very far.Mother's mem Find A Grave Memorial# 78632409 Thanks Douglas Pyeatt (#47083722)
Darby I added a couple photos to John and Nancy Darby in LasSalle Cemetery. I will look for the other kids next time I am there. I did not realize John was a veteran until I read your "flower", I will place a flag for him on my next visit! All the best, Debra
While researching my family, I found the flowers you left for Stephen Clark Roe. He is my maternal grandmother's grandfather. I'm looking for any information on the family I can find. Particularly, I'm researching the female lineage, so I'm interested in Ada Slentz. Any information you can share would be much appreciated.