|Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin (#47278508)|
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I am an avid ancestry nut!! I was encouraged all my life by my father to be proud of our diverse family roots in America. From New England,Edward Doty of the Mayflower, to Indiana and speading throughout this great country. I have made connections with distant relatives all over the world. My family lines are outlined in my virtual cemeteries.As you my well guess almost 400 years of family ancestry encompasses numerous,diverse and interesting people from my past.|
I would be happy to correct any information,add bios or family links. I would be happy to transfer a memorial to a direct relative via the edit tab on the memorial. Most of my memorials are on my direct lines.
You have my permission to use any of the photos I have submitted for your personal use. I am always glad to help with your ancestry search.
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|Frances and Mabel||Find A Grave Memorial# 19642652|
I just added a photo/newspaper clipping to this memorial that you may be interested in Ü.
|Sandy Hicks Mullins||Elizabeth Hicks Memorial|
Thank you for believing in her and sponsoring her memorial. It is sad to think of the records and cemeteries all over the world destroyed due to war and religious persecution every day.
People tombs used to be in churches and the plaques on the wall. I found another 'Hicks' like this, the church wall was a bakery or something. The church was destroyed and the plaque survived on the adjoining buildings' out side wall.
In our town an F-4 tornado destroyed most of the cemeteries paperwork.
In Iran an other countries cemeteries and documents pertaining to Jewish people and lately the followers of a religion the Muslims do not respect.
I have had heated discussions with people that there isn't ENOUGH PROOF of Elizabeth Hicks existence.
I ask everyone reading this, "if they erase every trace of you, did you not exist?"
EVERYONE SHOULD BE REMEMBERED!
|sneakersox||RE: Henry Wilson Sheibley|
Cathleen -- glad I could find them for you. Thanks for asking, yes it's OK to use my photo. -- Judy
I am a descendant of James Waterson-William Waterson-Charles Pierce Watterson-Charles Wayne Watterson-Evaleen Watterson(my mom)
I had heard years ago there was a big Watterson family get together in Allen County Indiana each summer. Are you aware of it?
I am very interested in any information or photos you have on any of my ancestors. Thank you for the great job you have done.
For years I interacted with Jo Monroe from California about our Watterson ancestors; until her passing.
my contact info
PO Box 36
Paradise, Utah 84328
|Janneane Veger||John Meyer Dunnuck|
Hi, I saw you left flowers on John Meyer Dunnuck's memorial, so I'm taking a long shot here. I'm guessing you might be related to his wife, Mary Rosewarne Miller. John is a descendant of the James Pinkerton family of Kosciusko Co., IN. I am planning a reunion for this family, and hope you would supply some names of John & Mary's descendants for me to invite. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help me.
A zillion thanks,
|Sandee||RE: John Thomas McCoy 1764-1809|
Hello Cathleen, I have been trying to get ahold of you for what seems like forever!!! please email me at: email@example.com
Today Im having trouble signing into this site (find a grave site) so please if anyone else has contacted me and is reading this please contact me at that same addy above..
looking forward to hearing from you..
Added by Sandee on Mar 15, 2015 7:14 AM
|Rita Hively||RE: Garth Merriman|
Yes, I am a descendant of Harriett Merriman. She was married to my great great grandfather William Henderson Swan. So yes, I have Garth Merriman in
|Jill and Ron Weikle||RE: mahalath Merriman Johnson|
It was a book on line that I found some pictures of members of the Presbyterian Church.
HISTORY OF THE APPLE CREEK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1815-1915.
|Sherry Swinehart||Mary C. Woolman Holloway|
I have Mary C. Woolman Holloway as being born on Aug. 11, 1804. She was married to George Holloway (son of William Holloway and Martha Branson). They were married Feb. 6, 1823 in Clarke County, Ohio. Her parents were John A. Woolman (1772-1847) and Mary "Polly" C. Burden (1779-1869). Thanks for all your work in helping all of us find our lost relatives!
You're welcome Cathy. I'm glad the photos helped you with your research. We stumbled on the cemetery during a hike and opened the app to see if anyone was looking for photos. We were standing right next to your ancestors' stones. The cemetery was very overgrown but the grave markers you were looking for were in great condition - much better than the surrounding stones.
Please drop me a line if you need any more help in this area.
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