|Karen G. Hill (#47312871)|
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My Names in my Ancestry circle are: Hill, Berry, Day, Kuykendall, Sims, Stone, Athey, Gloyd, McNaughton, Langworthy, Porter just to name a few. I do have a Ancestry Tree, My Oak Leafs.|
My love for Genealogy started back when my mother had been doing research on Genealogy before there was computers. My mother has been doing OUR TREE since I was a teenager. I finally got the bug to do Genealogy when Ancestry.com came out. I just love the history and seeing the pictures of people in my family. I do have a TREE on Ancestry.com and Find A Grave has helped me soooo much. The Memorials that I do have on my page, I am related to most of them and what a blessing it has been able to find them on Find A Grave.
If you would like to use any of my pictures for your Tree, please feel free to do so.
Thank you, Karen
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|Jeffrey Lee||James Babcock # 43815922|
Please consider removing the picture you posted to James Babcock # 43815922 since this is not a picture/painting of him. Doing an image search of the internet, I quickly discovered this is a painting of Sir William Robinson (see http://www.historicalportraits.com/Gallery.asp?Page=Item&ItemID=778&Desc=Sir-William-Robinson-Bt-|-Sir-Godfrey-Kneller-Bt.,-Studio-of).
My concern is that folks will carelessly include that painting as a portrait of James Babcock in their records and it will be perpetuated across the internet as reality.
As a descendant of his, I would love to have a portrait of him but I want to be fairly certain it is actually him.
|Suzanne Reinhart||RE: Mary Walker Blakely|
Nice to meet you too. Yes, Bill was my step dad for too brief a time. He and my Dad were high school buddies. After Bill and my mother were widowed they reconnected. My mother passed away last month.
|Suzanne Reinhart||Mary Walker Blakely|
Mary is buried with her husband William and son Daniel in the Veterans Cemetary in San Bruno. She is on the tombstone in the photo on Williams Memorial.
William lived in Cameron Park which shares a zip code with Shingle Springs, but he actually died in the hospital in Sacramento, I was there when he died and am his step daughter.
I'm working on my Hill tree and found you! Can you share the link to your ancestry.com tree? It's probably obvious and I'm just not seeing it.
|Leonard Hill||Harris & Kuykendall|
Karen, I am new to findagrave but can already tell it is an excellent site. You have contributed photos of at least 2 of my relatives, Leonard Harris and Margaret Harris Kuykendall. I am wondering how you came by the photos and if they are related to you also.
|Steven & Karen||RE: james aarther smith|
Hello, Karen, Thanks for your offer to help, I am interested in connecting James father James Otis Smith to his Ohio / Wisconsin family. I have sound information that connects him, but the problem is more with the maintainer than the information. Unless you would have anything on James Otis Smith probably can not help me.
|Merrick Beltinck||RE: Thank you!|
I did email you just so you know. My email is beltinckm@Yahoo.com.
Hope to hear from you soon.
|Merrick Beltinck||Thank you!|
I just want to say thank you Karen for putting my great gran) dparents on here! (Your dad and his wife Helen.) I'd been searching for almost a year as to where they were baried so that I could visit. Again thank you so so much.
|Steven & Karen||james aarther smith|
Hello, Would you have any contact information for descendants of James Arthur Smith who are interested in tracing his ancestry.
|Angie Chute||Rebecca Moslander Tomlin|
You said that this is your 3rd g-grandmother on your mother's side. I am from that line as well...not directly, but through Rebecca's uncle. But...I haven't met a Moslander that I'm not related to!
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