|ellen (Miller) coburn (#47276282)|
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I am 65 yrs of age and retired. I enjoy fishing and playing with my Great- Grandchildren.|
I enjoy helping anyway I can and taking pic's for people that can't get to the cemeterys is one way to help others. God bless all. Please feel free to use the pictures I've taken of your familys.
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|Gens328||RE: Elias Palmer|
Gladly transferred Elias Palmer to you, my 3rd G-Grandma was Pamalia Palmer, her father was Peter N Palmer. Any connection?
Added by Gens328 on Jun 10, 2015 10:31 PM
|Jennie Shiley||RE: Ruth Bovee|
Good, you're welcome.
|Anna C||Fredrick Miller|
I am going to transfer him to your care per your request. It's always good to see someone's memorial with someone who is more closely related. In my family tree I have him as a 2nd cousin 7x removed. I have his spouse information, but no information on any children. If you have any, I would appreciate knowing.
Added by Anna C on May 03, 2015 6:40 AM
|Spyrose||RE: William Henry Wiseman|
I will make this transfer if you will use the EDIT tab. This way I would have his and your Find A Grave# which I did not recoeve from your message.
Joyce V. Spiros
Added by Spyrose on Apr 30, 2015 10:55 AM
|Sally Ryan||Transfers of the Miller|
I am so sorry that it has taken me this long. I have transferred the three people to you. Please let me know if I can be of any other help.
I don't think that the Eber in Indiana is him. There is an Eber born in Indiana in 1790's that died in 1830 according to ancestry. That may be that one. Indiana families are usually from Va into Kty. and then Ind. - I am tracing several. This is usually not the path for someone born in the east back then. That does not mean it never happens but not usual. It also does not go with what we know, I still think he is in Ill. It is hard to find stones for those early graves as they were buried either outside cemeteries - at homes and have been lost or they have no stone wherever they are.
Added by Elsetta on Jan 03, 2015 9:36 AM
Obviously both Ebers were Millers too, by the way. You have to watch the dates when you requests links. Your message to me was somewhat nasty - I however have also done things like that so I understand you just did not look at the birth dates very well. I have had to request unlinkings so I get it. Maybe we will find the right Eber someday on here. We will both cross our fingers. God bless.
Added by Elsetta on Jan 02, 2015 6:09 PM
Bethuel Miller's father was indeed named Eber - but the Eber that died in the 1840's. If Bethuel Jesse was born in 1812 then how can Eber Samuel of the memorial born in 1846 be his dad? Obviously, I can't link Eber Samuel as Bethuel's dad. He was his son.
Added by Elsetta on Jan 02, 2015 6:03 PM
Hi Ellen, We have talked before. I was most happy to link Bethuel to his mother. I could not link him to that Eber however as it is not his father. His father died most likely in Ill. sometime in the 1840's. It would be great if we someday find a grave but I would be surprised. The Eber you suggested as his father was in fact his son and is already linked to him. The younger Eber married married Mahola Marie Banks 7 November 1873 in Omaha, Nebraska. I share your desire to link the Millers and have worked 37 years on them, and am still working on it. If you find any more that I need to link please let me know!
Added by Elsetta on Jan 01, 2015 12:09 PM
|MrsB||Eugene (Miller) Coburn in Springwell in Omaha|
I have been working with the Springwell Cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska, and sent you a longer e-mail via a direct Edit about this burial. I saw that you have done a lot of nice work with making links. Thanks for all the time you have donated for FindaGrave!
Added by MrsB on Oct 16, 2014 8:00 AM
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