|jamie batemon (#47429426)|
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|Genealogy Bug Kate||RE: gwendolyn|
Gwendolyn was married to my 1st cousin 1x removed, Benjamin Thomas Roberts, Sr. Benjamin was the son of Walter Ray and Anna Belle "Annie" (Carmack) Roberts. Walter was the brother of my grandfather, Linzie Sheldon Roberts. Linzie and Walter were sons of Benjamin Franklin and Lucy Jane (Allen) Roberts. So that is how I am connected with Gwendolyn. Her sons Benjamin Thomas Roberts Jr. and Raymond Douglas Roberts are my 2nd cousins.
|Genealogy Bug Kate||Gwendolyn Belle Vincent|
I wouldn't mind transferring Gwendolyn to you but was wondering if you could fill me in a little more on how you are related to her. She was married to my 1st cousin 1x removed, Benjamin Thomas Roberts and according to my research they had two sons (no daughters). I also show her married to a Richard Hardison. Is that your connection?
|Joe Gibbens||RE: Mae Richardson|
Jamie - I'm sorry I don't know anything about her. I photographed the entire cemetery and since there is no photo I didn't find her monument. I entered names I found on the listing board at the front of the cemetery which evidently had no dates for her. Joe
I know nothing about the Potters. I just took the stone pictures randomly. There are 9 Potters buried at Rosehill according to the Barber County Genweb site. Don, Donnabelle, Harry, James and Olive are in plot 244. Glen and Edna in plot 211. Another James in plot 199, Orman is in plot 37. The site doesn't list any dates, however.
Added by MMurdock on Mar 08, 2011 9:21 AM
|Genealogy Bug Kate||RE: allen|
Well, howdy Jamie!!!
Would love to correspond with you about the family. Feel free to use the e-mail I have posted in my profile to contact me.
Hope the medical procedure went well.
Look forward to hearing from you again.