|Diane Parker (#47311015)|
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I have been interested in my Family History for most of my life; My Father's side of the family came primarily from Scotland and England (although many remain there still), with some of them settling in Ontario, Canada, a few on to Michigan, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and many to California. My Mother's maternal side of the family gave us those who came from Germany and settled in Wisconsin; her paternal side gave us the people who came from Scotland and Ireland and settled mostly in Virginia. With time, many found their way across the United States and ended up staying in California, with others remaining in States along the way. Now, my children are researching their Father's side, who are mainly from Ireland, with many who settled in Connecticut. So, as with most people, we are scattered all over the World.|
Wallace, Armstrong, Newman, Brown, Jameson, Youell, McCutcheon, Boyd, Hodge, Porterfield, McCreary, Crawford, Callison, Graham, Nelson, Young, Hobson, Stone, Hannagan, Parker, Allan, Ogilvie, Colleby, White, Place, Gilders, Graf, Netcher, Schuster, Schultz, Keller, Debrey, Board, McCann, Phelon, Gregan, Hayes…...
and, of course, all of the families who joined ours by marriages.....Binford, Coffman, Craig, Devenny, Steptoe, Yancey, Glass, Glover, Guerrant, Shiflett, Chewning, Fry, Via, Sitlington, Gorman, Campbell, Dyche, Sherman, Bretschneider, Fassett, Moore, Thompson, Duarte, Correia.....
The more I find, the more there is yet to find.
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|Kym Hodge||RE: Renix Hodge|
Hi Diane, I was hoping we could exchange notes and see how we are related. I'm a distant cousin of William Renick Hodge, who was killed during the Civil War. I think his father was Renix Hodge, whose memorial you manage.
Take care! Kym Hodge
|Brenda K Lyle||John Graham Davidson|
Hi, I was just wondering if you were related to the Davidson's or Dill's. I am trying to find a connection between John Davidson and James Berlin Dill, who was born in Kentucky. In the 1900 census for Richmond, VA, James is residing with John and Lillian Davidson, listed as John's cousin. I have been doing research on the Dill family for several years. My g-grandfather's sister was Cora Jane Lyle Dill, wife of James Isaac Dill. I am looking for James B. Dill's parents. I would appreciate any info you could help me with.
|Brian Goolsby||RE: McDonough Family|
Also...My mom's name is Flo(rence).
|Brian Goolsby||RE: McDonough Family|
My mother was raised by Julia and James P "Doc" McDonough. They had no children of their own. She was taken in as a foster child when she was six year around 1934 during the depression era. My siblings were brought up knowing the McDonoughs as their grandparents. I was born after Doc had died and when Julia was very sick. I have a foggy memory of her. My mother was always very thankful for what they did for her and our family.
Thanks for the information and if I can provide any to you let me know. My mom is 86 and could answer questions you have.
|Brian Goolsby||McDonough Family|
I made the changes you emailed to me. My mother was raised by Mary RANKIN McDonough's son James P McDonough. I knew his mother was a Rankin. Thanks for the connection. Do you know any more about the family?
Thank you for the info on Luigi. This is one of the 44,000 + memorials the administration transferred to me from Retaggio to fix up, so I'm not the one who put that horrible note in the "note" area. I would never hold info. hostage. Sorry you saw it before I erased it.
I will write to S. Pisciotta and SFLondon (2 of the wonderful photographers in the area that I know of) and I'll ask them to look for a headstone and take a photo. If we put in a photo request through the memorial, Retaggio is claiming all he can and having them deleted. So sad. And if we call the cemetery office and speak to the public relations person Nickolas, he is Retaggio, so probably won't get any help there.
I was looking for your email address, but unfortunately it looks like I could only post to your 'wall'. I tried to keep it short. hmm looks like a novel. :)
Please write to me about any memorial in Italian Cemetery that you know about. My only purpose is to get every memorial fixed up. I currently have some awesome helpers, but I'll take any help offered to me.
Added by Samantha on Jan 25, 2014 8:48 PM
The Dice photo is posted. Ordinarily, I only post photos with a request or it doesn't count toward my volunteer photos and because I recently lost a hard drive with many of my Find A Grave photos on it. So rather than go out and take another, I just copied the one I had on Find A Grave and posted it, which worked just fine.
Hi, my name is Aimee, I was going to claim your request fit a photo of Mary Caseys grave and just realized someone has already done it. I wanted to let you know thatI have an elderly friend that was raised here in LYNCHBURG and married William Mallan Casey Jr. son of William Mallan and Elizabeth Adams. William Mallan Jr.s grandfather was Charles M. Casey and grandmother was Margaret Mallon Casey. If they are any relation my friend Muriel Casey said she would be glad to talk to you.
|EFG||RE: Mary Casey Dunn and David Robert Dunn Headstones|
Glad to help w/the photos! I tried to leave a little info w/them so if you haven't enlarged each photo individually, you might want to. That will show the caption with info. Mary's parents & brother Thomas are in the same plot. I added a pic for Thomas which included his dates; don't know if you were searching for them. Also wanted to mention that the plot right next to 79 is another Casey group. In the photos it has the large angel statue. If you are wanting info or pics for them, let me know! - Eileen
Added by EFG on Jan 09, 2014 3:55 AM
|sticksandstones||Thomas Ralph Hoehn|
FYI, Posted gravestone photo for Thomas Ralph Hoehn on his memorial in Resurrection Cemetery, Westbrook, CT. Thought perhaps you may be related.
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