|Robert Louis Daniell (#47276468)|
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"What good is genealogy if it isn't freely shared?"|
This is my lifetime indoor sport. You are invited to visit my home page. Additions, corrections, and constructive comments are always welcome.
William and Frances O'Daniel of Stafford County, Province of Virginia, are my fifth great-grandparents. In the early 1700s, they lived on Accotink Creek in that part of Stafford which became Prince William and then Fairfax County in 1741.
Brick wall: Who were his parents? What was his wife's maiden name?
I have been proactively researching my family's paternal and maternal family lines for over 20 years. Family lines include O'Daniel, Daniell, Daniel, Daniels, Baker, Burgess, Butts, Cannon, Casady, Clements, Cook, Cooke, Ditmore, Herlihy, Pearson, Raiford, Rice, Rowan, Swanson, and many more.
I will happily transfer memorials to direct line descendants or to family members more closely related to individuals than I am. Edits and additions to memorials are appreciated.
Chief Master Sergeant, U.S. Air Force, Retired.
Airborne radar technician on EC-121D aircraft, McClellan AFB, California. Vietnam veteran, 1965. Advanced electronics instructor, Keesler AFB, Mississippi, 1969. Retrained into air traffic control in 1970, rated in Radar Approach Control, Ground Controlled Approach, Precision Approach Radar and Control Tower. Overseas duty in the Republic of Vietnam, the Republic of China, the Territory of Guam, Thailand, The Philippines, and Japan.
Retired letter carrier, Panama City, Florida.
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|Love in Family||Lula Daniel Burnette|
Lula's maiden name had been added to her memorial page as you requested. I appreciate your request and ALL you do with find a grave. Should you like a transfer please let me know. Love in Family, Bren Sorensen
|Joseph Mann||Richard Rowan (123358260)|
Please change the cemetery for Richard Rowan from St. Mary's to St. Bartholomew, Algiers, LA
|GMG||Dr. William Robinson Erwin|
Many thanks for correcting my error on Dr. William Robinson Erwin's memorial. ~ George Gaston
Added by GMG on Apr 21, 2016 12:17 PM
|Anna||Gen James Erwin|
I transferred him to you. You have obviously done a lot of work on this line and it seems the right thing to do.
Added by Anna on Apr 18, 2016 10:51 AM
Robert, are you still around?
|Judi McGarvey||RE: Charles Raymond Garner|
|Judi McGarvey||Charles Raymond Garner|
I got your edit to change the birthplace for Raymond Garner from Fairfax Station, Fairfax Co. (as stated on the death certificate) to just Fairfax Co.
So does that mean that you think the death record info for his birthplace as the village of of Fairfax Station is incorrect? I just want to make sure I understand what you want.
thanks, judi mcg
|LKat||Byles Headstone Photos|
You are welcome for the photos and thank you for the nice compliment.
Added by LKat on Oct 04, 2015 4:26 PM
|Keith V. Birkemeyer||I think you need to contact her, I don't think I can change anything|
S. Jane Rice
I've found discrepancies with the information for S. Jane. Her maiden name is listed as Peek but this is incorrect. Her maiden name was McIntosh. John W. Rice was married to her sister Henrietta McIntosh Rice. 1880 Census records show her as living with John and Henrietta as well as their children. After Henrietta's death John W. Rice married S. Jane McIntosh as shown in court records on April 12, 1894. S. Jane as well as John W.'s Age coincide with information from the 1880 census.
Information on S. Jane McIntosh Rice
Birth: 10 Mar 1846 - Thomas County (Thomas)
Death: 10 Mar 1911
Parents: John Anderson McIntosh, Mary Ann Martha Irvine
|Pam Miller||Mary Ann Burgess Baker|
My name is Pam Miller. I am researching my family history and was so happy to see the research you have done and posted here on Mary Ann Burgess Baker. I see that she was your great-grandmother and I wanted to let you know that she was my 2nd great-grandmother. Through Jordan Wesley Baker, Manor Iverson Baker, Kenneth Clyde Baker and me! I am very interested in furthering my research into the Baker and Burgess side of the family. Have you researched the Bakers any further back than Osborne Baker? Thank you so much for your hard work in researching these families. Your generosity is very much appreciate.
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