|Graveyard Walker (#47314881)|
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Thoughts of my loved ones are my reminders that they too think of and watch over me.|
My passion at find-a-grave is reuniting the memorials of children with their parents and siblings. For so many years and miles their names have been separated and unconnected.
I appreciate every photo taken for me and will do the same for anyone that I can.
My permission is hereby granted to anyone who wants to download, copy, or use any photos that I have posted on the Find-A-Grave website.
I sincerely hope that I have helped others make discoveries and the connections that they have been trying to make.
Virtual flowers are appreciated.
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|serverplusman||RE: William Alexander Crook|
no problem. The crook line is very confusing and the information that I have is from family search. I think there is too many family trees out there with conflicting information, so I am just going to leave it alone.
|serverplusman||William Alexander Crook|
Looks like I got this one all wrong. WAC is the Son of John and Thomsy Crook. His Siblings are Joshua and Mary Jane Crook. Could you please remove the siblings?
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BTW are you in or near Columbiana County?
|Dee Winter||Ruth Morgan 118284106|
You sent me info on Ruth, but is she still living or has she passed on> Can find no dod for her. Thanks.
|T. Schmig||Thank you & Elizabeth Osborne abt 1723|
Hi : First thank you for all your hard work ! I too am researching my paternal Uncle Morrison, his mother was Bessie Maggard (paternal Uncle's oldest maternal ancestor. Your Elizabeth Osborne mystery b: 1723-6 Grayson, Virginia.) I can tell you that she is DNA haplogroup T2. Which is traditionally a European Haplotype. However, new science is emerging to show that the Cherokee often carry this female mtDNA. Here are 3 sites to check out. https://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/cherokee-dna.htm http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1021858-anomalous-dna-found-in-cherokee-native-american-genetic-research/ https://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/cherokee-dna.htm Please share any new information, and I will be sure to do the same. Thank you again, Trish (adopted, found birth family born Loretta Morrison)
|Jessica Krueger||RE: 79132864|
you can get some information that I have for her from my family tree here is the website with G.B. Cassingham's
Hello I am related to Emma she is a cassingham and I have alot of info on her and the family if you would like to transfor her to me I can fill some in thanks
|Kelly Breeden||Vera Bertha Plant Linville|
In the info you give about Vera, you state that she is buried with or by her infant daughter. This is not accurate. Her daughter survived and is the one who bought the head stone that is there for both Vera and her mother Nancy Leona Plant. Her daughter Leona is still alive and living in Oregon. She was the only child Vera had and died at 16. Her husband, Tom, left the state after the funeral and did not take the baby. After Tom's mother tried to kill the baby, Tom's sister Ruby and her husband took the little girl and went to Oklahoma and raised her until she was 6 years old before returning her to her father. She was lost to the Plant family until the 1960's.
|Karen Griswold Stroh||RE: Robert Osborn|
Lucy's brother Clarence is my husbands great grandfather. :)
Added by Rhonda on Apr 22, 2016 9:51 AM
I'm sorry but John and Lucy Pate Osborn are members of my husbands family. I am going to keep them with me.I hope you understand.
Added by Rhonda on Apr 22, 2016 8:38 AM
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