|Shirley Lindenberger Hazelwood (#47265445)|
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I am an avid genealogist. I have been doing family genealogy since 2003. I am a member of OGS, a Life Member of the Firelands Historical Society, a Life Member of the Huron County Chapter of OGS, a member of Daughters of the American Revolution and National Society United States Daughters of 1812. I have applied for my Civil War Families of the Huron County Chapter of OGS. In 2015, I hope to apply for First Families of the Huron County Chapter of OGS along with trying to join the Mayflower Society & Jamestown Settlement.|
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|Ashly Olds||Fulton/Westcott Family from California|
Hi I got your information from an ancestry website, so I looked you up, as you were looking for my great great grandmother Mary Perfect Belle Fulton. Her daughter Crystal Pearl Fulton is my great grandmother from Margaret Jeanne Davis, her daughter. Please contact me. I would be so grateful to hear from you. I am very interested. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. My grandmother was married to an Ed Olds, and I have his name. Thank you!
Hello! I am Miranda. I'm a History Major at Georgia Southern University, and one of my professors got me curious about genealogy. I just came across this site after tracing back my grandfather's family. I am the grand-daughter of Fredrick Wilson Hazelwood. He was from West Virginia, and he married Mary Louise Williams in the 1950's I believe. They moved to Augusta GA when my dad, Gerald, was born in 1964. I was just curious what your relation to the Hazelwood family was? I am so excited I have found out so much about the family. I've been wanting to for a while.
|Kathy G||RE: Otto Frederick Lang|
After reading what you wrote, I was confused and had to sort out everything :) You are right, the memorial is for Otto Frederick Lang. The dates match what I have in my family tree, and I have Howard and Otto as his sons. I changed the name on the memorial. If you ever do get a chance to take the photo, I would appreciate it. Thank you, also, for all of the information. I did not know that he had another wife and step-daughter(s)!
Added by Kathy G on Sep 18, 2014 4:13 PM
|sandi lewis - malburg||sorry|
I should have sent that to your private e-mail. Ihave been working on my Parker family for my sister to join the DAR. And my Jones family for the Mayflower Society (Warren). Although the Parker family is connected to the sister of Isaac Allerton. Anyways, my e-mail is email@example.com if you want to kee p this off site.
|Allison Clausen||Huldah Bugbee Pancost|
Thank you for this information. I am sorry you were not able to locate her gravestone, but I still appreciate your time and effort in looking and letting me know what you discovered. Please do let me know if you do locate her gravestone elsewhere (or any other Bugbee family members you may find). Thanks again - Allison
|waydsmom88||RE: Warner Monument|
That is no problem. The mausoleum is locked but I'll try sometime to contact someone at our historical society. Maybe they will know someone I can contact to get a picture of the inside.
|The Secret Garden||Warner|
You could have somebody historical society see if they can contact John Warner the ? I don't know which number he is. He is a year younger than me.
|The Secret Garden||Cynthia Warner|
It's me, the person that told you to call Tim Followell about the Warner's. How did you find Cynthia and is she in the Warner Mausoleum. (The Secret Garden)
|The Secret Garden||Gardiner|
Shirley, I just did a county search on Find a Grave and Thomas, his son Thomas and 9 others are buried at the City Cemetery in Farmer City.
|Alice Aber||RE: Dr. John Warner|
I'll keep my eyes open for Cynthia and the children, just in case they are in this cemetery. If not, then when the weather is much better I can take a drive over to Farmer City if need be.
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