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|Uncle Al||John McLellan Ross|
Sir or Madam:
I wish to THANK YOU so much for the photos you uploaded of my great-grandparents, John McLellan Ross and Harriette (Banning) Ross, as well as of my great-aunt Clara (Ross) Perry and so many others of my family that are laid to rest in the Golden Cemetery in Golden, CO. I have two questions for you. I hope you will read this and take the time to reply.
First, are you and I somehow related? I would have to think so, as the pictures you posted are ones I've never seen.
Second, do you know the identity of the "Jane" who created the actual pages? She did not post an e-mail address, and does not allow messages.
Thank you in advance!
Added by Uncle Al on May 10, 2015 4:06 PM
|Karin Conway||Request permission to use Photo|
I am contacting you regarding the photo of Burt Arthur and Mary Ellen Teats which is attached to the Mary Ellen Teats Find a Grave site with "neworion" credit beneath the photo. If you are not the owner of the photo and know who is I would appreciate receiving that person's contact information. My plan is to include the photo in an article about Burt Arthur's siblings, parents, grandparents and great grand parents which has been submitted to the editor of the Colorado Genealogical Society.
so sorry I meant to say Theodore Gatts not Thomas Gatts
|FORDHAM-GETZ DESCENDANT||Thomas Gatts 1850's homestead and cemetery in Danger!!|
Concerning Theodore Gatts and family cemetery,
are you aware that a large dump is being proposed for the 1850's farm house of Theodore Gatts and the family cemetery plus nearby more modern houses. The archeological survey group and the Army Core of Engineers hired claims that there may be a possibility for National Historic Places Registry for the house but not for the Cemetery. It seems like quite a crime if they tear up this beautiful country and over 1500 family trees on Ancestry.com of people with this family, presumeably ancestors.
If you want more info, google the project and read the following huge report. Pass this on to any other descendants. Best,
Do not understand usage of this
Have no idea how to leave PRIVATE MESSAGE
ALL THIS TECHNOLOGY I AM STILL LEARNING
SORRY FOR BEING SO STUPID
Added by SANDRA on Oct 02, 2013 4:51 AM
|SANDRA||RE: Katherine (Curran) Bruhl|
NEVER HAVE BEEN TO CEMETERY
ONLY HAVE THE WRITTEN INFO I FOUND IN FAMILY PAPERS
SEARCHING FOR INFO ON THESE PEOPLE/FAMILY
AS MUCH AS I CAN GET
REALLY KNOW NOTHING MORE THAN WHAT I SENT
THESE PEOPLE RELATED TO MY FATHER AND GRANDFATHER BRUHL
ALL INFO DIED WITH FAMILY MEMBERS WHO DID NOT WANT TO SHARE ANYTHING
ANYTHING U HAVE STORIES DATES PICTURES CHILDREN HUSBANDS WIFE NAMES ETC. WOULD LOVE TO KNOW ABOUT
Added by SANDRA on Oct 01, 2013 9:47 PM
|With Love, Caprice||Ochs|
There is also two people with the surname Ochs in our cemetery in Forsyth MT. They are Shophia and Edwin, don't know anything about them but what is on the headstone. Thought you might be interested. That name is unusual here.
|With Love, Caprice||Mary Balentine|
Instead of me placing links to your relative Mary, would you like me to transfer her memorial to you so you can add things to it when you want to?
Let me know, adn I will do that.
Do you have a private email I could ask you some questions on? Mine is email@example.com.
Added by Ms. E on Mar 05, 2013 3:56 PM
I've had some help with this website
Added by Ms. E on Mar 01, 2013 1:04 PM
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