|Daniel Wyatt (#47241302)|
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I am retired and realized I knew very little about my family history. I started researching and got addicted. I found that Find a Grave was a great source for locating lost family members. I have posted many that are not immediate family and will gladly transfer to family members who can fill in or correct better than me. Much Data is just from stones and realize there can be many mistakes. Will make corrections and links when requested. I am no whis so patience is a virtue.|
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|MAS||William Garr Ackeley headstone|
Thanks so much for finding, photographing, and posting William Garr Ackley's headstone. It is a beautifully lit photo. Your volunteer time is extremely helpful for my research documentation.
Added by MAS on Aug 26, 2014 5:30 PM
Thank-you for posting the Johnnie Sparks headstone. It is very helping in my extended family ancestry research. Your volunteer time is truly appreciated.
Added by MAS on Aug 10, 2014 9:50 PM
|James R. Columbia||Martin's Branch-McGregor Cemetery|
Daniel - I am helping a friend who is related to George & June Moore, whose memorials you added in April. Can you give me directions to the cemetery in Fleming County? I read somewhere that it is off KY 1013 between Hillsboro and Plummers Landing, but that covers a lot of ground. I do see where Martins Branch Rd. is - is that close?
Thank you - Jim Columbia, Maysville, KY
|Yvette (Reddick) Steele||Preston's|
Thank you so much for the photos
|Gerald Steffy||Thanks for pictures|
Thanks for the tombstone pictures of Jacob Lawson and his wife Sarah. I appreciate it very mcuh.
|patty gschwender||Moses Saunders family|
Hi Daniel thank you for taking the pictures of the Saunders family in the Locust Grove Cemetery for me. Have a great week. Patty #47517041
|John Padermos||Clarence and Ida Bush|
Thanks for the picture of Clarence and Ida Bush's headstone.
|Joe Clark||Linda Kay Esham|
Can you please remove Clay Esham & Ollie E. Plank as the parents of Linda Kay Esham? I gave you some wrong information. They had a daughter named Linda Eaham and she is also buried in the McEldowney Cemetery; but it's NOT Linda Kay Esham. It's Linda Jane Esham that is their daughter. I apologize for the bad info. So if you could remove them from her page, I'd appreciate it.
|Neecie||Jo Ann Hamilton photo|
Thank you very much for the photo of Aunt Jo Ann's grave marker. I remember going to her funeral when I was a kid. I don't really remember her well, just that she was very pretty.
I remember that cemetery being on the side of that hill. Since I've been doing our genealogy, I have discovered that I have a LOT of my Dad's family buried there (Kegleys). Aunt Jo Ann was married to my Dad's brother so she is an "in-law", not part of the Kegleys (that I am aware of). Again, thanks.
Added by Neecie on Jul 06, 2014 6:23 PM
|patsy (mann)holtz||Micajah Wyatt|
LITTLEBERRY M. WYATT, farmer, Section 20, P. O. Burlingame, was born in Fleming County, Ky., March 22, 1814, son of Colonel Woolford Wyatt and Margaret McCollough. His grandfathers were Micajah Wyatt and William McCollough, who came from Ireland in the ship "Hopewell," and his grandmothers were Lina Wing and Mollie Sickfret; so he is of English, Irish and German extraction.
Micajah came from Ireland, in 1820 he lived in Halifax,Virginia before moving to Fleming,Kentucky.
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