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I'm somewhat new to Find A Grave and my experiences so far have been amazing! I've "met" some extremely caring and helpful people through this site. Thank you!!|
** I wouldn't share photos online if I didn't want to actually SHARE them with my extended family... so feel free to use anything that I add to your collection! I simply request that they be used for personal use, not commercial purposes. Thank you! **
I'm researching my roots and am happy to collaborate if our trees match. I love meeting new cousins!
My WAIT branch goes back to John Waits (1730-1791) and Ann Deloss (1724-1790).
Contrary to popular web belief, John's Mother neither Ann Graves nor Sarah Blake. That was a completely different Richard Waits. This has been disproven through DNA testing, so please think twice if someone's family tree tells you otherwise.
If, on the other hand, someone has proof of who John's parents actually were, I'd love to hear it!
Wait, Waits, Waites
Fleming, Flemming, Flemmings
3rd/4th/5th Gen SURNAMES:
Smith (Dascia Daisy E)
I sometimes take extra photos at cemeteries that I visit, and am happy to transfer them to blood relatives. Please make the request through the EDIT tab on that page. This will send me an email with the person's Grave ID and make it easier to find the person in question. Thanks!
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|Neff Family Historical Society||Irvin Neff|
Thank you for making the updates of Irvin Neff's memorial and for the transfer. Sorry I can't help with anything on your Long family line. Irving, his siblings and parents immigrated to NE from Ontario, Canada. Also thank you for the additional leads. Your contribution to Find-a-Grave is appreciated.
Neff Family Historical Soc., Inc.
Yes, Irvin Neff was my grandmothers brother. Yes the Cemetery there contains many of my direct family line. I saw several Longs when we walked cemetery in 1902. Can you tell me where they lived? What he did for a living.
tks I have some information from our Bible will pass on of Irvin.
Added by hem on Nov 06, 2013 7:39 PM
|Don||Transfers - LaFleur|
Was kind of confused in what you were requesting then realized you were requesting transfers. Since I have already deleted the e-mails, request you re-submit those I have not transferred and I will be sending them. Thanks.
Added by Don on Nov 04, 2013 10:09 PM
|Barbara Stein||RE: Olive and James Northrup|
It was good to hear from you. I am also a ggg granddaughter of James and Olive. I descend from their son William Henry and Anna Craig Northrup (his 2nd wife) who had a son Edward who married Olive Wilson who had a daughter Grace who married Joe Thorman who had a daughter Betty who married Jerry Nelson who had me. I have questions about where Olive is buried. Based on a findagrave site I think I found her, but her stone was broken. I contacted the genealogy society in that Ohio county and they could not be absolutely sure that it was Olive Northrup. Would you by any chance know? Also, do you know for certain who James' parents were? Look forward to hearing from you. My email is email@example.com.
|T.Pat Wolfe||Thomas Orrin Noble|
Thomas Orrin Noble
Birth 12 March 1876 in Pennsylvania, United States
Death 1919 in Milford, Seward, Nebraska, USA. Parents Cherrick (Charrick) J. Noble 1843 – 1905 Mother V Evelyn(Eva) Angel unsure abt last name 1847 – ? Brother to Lura Grace Noble 1880 – 1965. Is a grand uncle of wife of grand uncle ? was doing research for a cousin of my mothers. I could manage it till someone else closer request. Thanks for posting his Memorial & photo of his headstone
|hem||transfer of memorials|
I was wondering if you could transfer the memorials of my great grandfather (951501419) and my great Aunt and Uncles (51501381, 51501399) to me. Thank You
Added by hem on Oct 26, 2013 8:52 PM
|Barbara Stein||Olive and James Northrup|
I saw your name on both Olive and James Northrup. They are my GGG Grandparents. Are you family? I would love to hear from you. Thanks.
|Susan Larsen||Otis Crandall|
you have a picture of the grave of Otis B Crandell and his wife Laura at Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln, NE. There is a second picture with a note stating that there was a small stone with the name Maud on it. Ina Maud Dill was Otis B. Crandell's second wife.
|weston04||RE: Michael Long|
I'm not sure Kathy (about the relationship). I'll do some more digging the next time I'm at the Seward library to see what I can some up with, ok?
Added by weston04 on Apr 27, 2012 7:36 PM
|Jeanne Doomen||Fern and Myrle Hartsock|
Hi Kathy, I just transferred the Hartsocks to you.
It's always nice to see a family reunited even when it's in death.
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