|Silver Rose Parnell (#47218846)|
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I am a professional genealogist with more than 30 years of experience. I was on Ancestry.com's expert panel until they purchased a genealogy research firm in Salt Lake City, Utah and thereby eliminated their online experts.|
On findagrave.com I maintain a few memorial pages of closely related people. If you are more closely related to any one individual than I am, I will consider a transfer of management within the findagrave guidelines.
If you maintain a memorial of any individuals affiliated with my close family lines, if you are not descended from them, and if you would like to transfer them to me, please contact me. If it is a relative of mine, I will be happy to maintain it. I do love to take care of the rellies and write them a nice biography when I can.
I have completed extensive, professional genealogical research for all or nearly all the graves under my care. If you have genealogical research that you feel contradicts mine, I will consider it, but I may not be immediately available to study and analyze your research, and I ask for your understanding in this regard. I will not automatically substitute your research for mine.
If you possess source documents with definitive information, such as obituaries, death certificates, birth certificates, etc., the record will be corrected within a few days after I get your message, under normal circumstances. Please keep in mind that death certificates and obituaries often contain errors because the persons reporting the information on the deceased have the wrong information.
With regard to the biographies that I have written for some of my relatives, please remember that these biographies are copyrighted and may not be used in any other publication for any reason without my express written permission. You may, of course, use them in your personal genealogy database, provided that you credit me as follows: "written by Silver Rose Parnell at Findagrave.com, all rights reserved." You do not need my permission to put a link on your web page that directs the reader to a findagrave page, unless Findagrave objects.
Silver "Rose" Parnell
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|Amanda Pressnall||Marcus Clayton|
Does your Marcus Clayton have any known siblings? My Clara Clayton is trying to pull back to Marcus Clayton being her brother.
|GLENN||RULE GRAVE IN L.I.N.C.|
I got the picture yu requested for Mabel Rule in L.I.N.C. I also added pictures to the memorial for her husband Raymond.
Have a good one...Glenn
Added by GLENN on Jun 09, 2012 10:22 PM
|neverforgotten||RE: James John Banks photo|
My pleasure. It was great to find his marker, it is a large one.
|Joseph Wentworth||RE: Leona Henrietta Merkel Wentworth Berry|
glad to meet you! George C. Wentworth was my grandfathers brother. I have a few childhood pictures of him as well, but not much else. I have tryed in vain to find more info on him, but not having much luck. You can see from the links, I have the Wentworth tree traced pretty far back. I have plenty of data if youre interested in that.
I dont have any record of Children of George and Leona, but I know the boys were not that close in later years. I had interviewed my grandfather(Frank D.) before his death, and he made no mention of kids, but that doesnt mean they didnt exist. I wish I could get a hold of the other brothers(John R.) kin. They may have more data, but again, no luck yet. My email is Joe_wentworth@msn.com
best of luck.
|D&D||John W McLaughlin|
I went to Fort Donelson Cemetery today and they have no record of your 3rd gr-grandfather buried there. There is only one unknown grave in the cemetery. They didn't start the cemetery until well after the civil war ended. Your relative died the day before the surrender of General Buckner to General Grant. I also talked to the Fort Donelson Park person and she told me that several were buried in the "Dover Cemetery" however, looking through the Cemetery Records of Stewart County I still could not find his name. Dover Cemetery has several unknown graves in it. I'm sorry I couldn't be more help.
Added by D&D on Sep 21, 2011 2:40 PM
Hi Silver: Was doing some online research on this cemetery today and found an online index. I found your George Kinkade listed in Section H of the index. Also listed was a Carolina Kinkade in Section H. It might help you get the photo you want if you list the section in your request. Hope this helps. Chris
Added by macso on Jul 16, 2011 8:07 AM
|Walter Lee Smith Jr.||Richard Cocke|
I just wanted to Know that the wife of Richard b; 1639-1706, Elizabeth ? Is it Littleberry or Littlebury? I've found both names used which is the right one to use? this person is in my family tree.
|Grand View Volunteers||RE: ANNE DIETHELM|
You're welcome, glad to be able to help!
Since the records we have from the cemetery don't have dates, the L.A. Times obit helped tie down the right person.
|Jacie||Clarissa Jane Story|
Thank you for the additional info and I have updated Clarissa's memorial.
Thanks again =)
Added by Jacie on May 15, 2011 9:29 AM
|Leslie Vollnogle||Elizabeth Haver|
My information concerning Elizabeth (Rice) Haver came from a Rice family researcher, Dixie McMillen and the Haver information came from Pierre Haver. I have them married in March 1866.
I have her as a sister to William Haver's mother. I have not done any primary research on this family. Where have you gotten your information?
William Haver would be my Great-great grand uncle on my father's side. Elizabeth if I am right would be my 3rd great grandmother's sister.
I will need to do more research on Elizabeth. I will do some checking tonight. Do you have a marriage certificate, obit or death certificate for either William or Elizabeth, or Elizabeth's sons?
I can transfer Elizabeth if you want.
Thanks for the note. Let's see what we can find.
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