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Born: 27 December 1943 at Borger, Texas. Son of Benjamin F. and Reva L. Hall Hicks.|
Spouse: Paula Ann Spencer Hicks
Hometown: Biggers, Arkansas
Current Home: Cabot, Arkansas
Paula's family centered in Randolph County, Arkansas--Spencer, Smith, Goodwin, Redwine, Richardson, Johnston, and Mansker, and others.
My family in central Missouri and central Iowa--Hicks, Smith, Hall, Alcox, Allcock, and others.
My belief in the importance of family and love of history is the driving force for my research and efforts in documenting family history.
I would be very pleased to be of help to others in their family research. Please feel free to use any of my postings for your research, family trees, etc.
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|Patty Throesch||Oliver Johnson|
Would it be possible for you to transfer Oliver 147354646 to Patty Throesch my # is 47835863. Oliver is my father you brother who accidently shot himself. I would like to take care of his site. Thank you.
Charity J. Languell - The tombstone posted is not for Charity. I received an email from a family member asking for it to be removed.
Thanks for all your hard work.
|Anonymous||RE: Robert R. Smith|
Thank you so much for the added info. I had hit a brick wall on my great great uncle's wife!!
Cld you please transfer this memorial to me so that I can link my Uncle Don up with his parents and nine siblings? Thank you,
|evelyn carrico||deleted memorials|
Likewise, I have discovered that many of my memorials pics disappeared and/or replaced it distresses me most when it is my relative. Anyway I was just wondering if you received an explanation. I have contacted Find A Grave Admin but did not get mine resolved. E
|GeneFool||RE: RE Nancy Alemeda ALLEN McMillian|
Thanks for your quick response. I will check out
the Kenneth McMillian first. I am also in touch
with an Allen descendant in Iowa that is on
the Iowa Cemetery Association Board and also has
more documentation. He has done genealogy for
30 years and does seminars all over the country.
He told me that sometimes if you talk to the
sexton or the office staff at the cemetery they
will sometimes pull the original file. If its a
perpetual cemetery and the family paid for the
grave - a clue can be found. It could very
possibly be an error on the company who engraved
the stone. Depending on who owns the cemetery -
if you cannot prove you are a descendant they wont
let you get the records. I usually go with the
path of least resistance.
Added by GeneFool on Sep 17, 2015 8:54 AM
|GeneFool||RE Nancy Alemeda ALLEN McMillian|
Would it be possible to search cemetery records?
My Gamblin Family History shows the correct
spelling as McMillian.
I see the gravestone is McMillan (without the
ALLEN Family FIFTH(Gamblin)Generation
Daughter of James T. Allen and
Frances 'Franky' Caroline (Gamblin) Allen. (
Nancy Alemeda Allen, b. Jun. 23, 1875, Ripley CO. MO; m. 1st. William
Finn (b., Ill.; d. Aug. 6, 1906, St. Louis, St. Louis Co., MO) April 14,
1896; m. 2d. Walter McMillian; 2 ch.: (1b) Hadley McMillian and (2b)
Kenneth MCMILLIAN; Nancy was living in St. Louis, St. Louis Co., MO
in 1950 at the time of death of her sister, Frances Alice (Allen) Richardson;
both Nancy and Walter buried at Ingram Cemetery, Randolph Co., AR.
Added by GeneFool on Sep 17, 2015 4:46 AM
|Laurie ||RE: Martha Biggers Goodwin|
Thanks for contacting me, I'll send you an email, Don. It will be easier to correspond.
Added by Laurie on Sep 06, 2015 1:39 PM
|Anonymous||RE: Robert R. Smith|
Thank you so much for posting this!! I just found where you responded!! My thanks is late....but so much appreciated!!
|Byrdman of Big Cove||Thanks!|
Thank you so much for the quick transfer of Rodie Bradford! Your work is much appreciated!
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