|James Drew (#47610897)|
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Recording artist, singer-songwriter with a deep interest in Geneology. If you have any photo's of Drew,Rush,Charles, Spence, Sumner, Gamel, West, Nelson, Britton, Jones, Rapert, Gallaher & Bell Families or others on my list, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org it would be much appreciated . I'm a computer nerd and like traveling. Originally from Portsmouth, Va., I now live in the mountains outside of Asheville, North Carolina, near Haw Creek.|
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Bob Phillips, Carla Bryant, Cousin Becky, D M, Don Watkins, Glen Swartz, J Star, Jason Snyder, jim jones, Joe Colby, Karen Klemm Pin..., Kevin, Lois, Matthew Whelan, mhj, Scot Stout, Steve Poole, SWF, Thomas Snively, Wilma Drew
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|Mary Postma||RE: Alonzo Rush|
I wish I could find pictures, as of now I have none! Sorry!
|Bob Phillips||horace Adern Rush SR|
tried to respond to your email but it got sent back.
|Bob Phillips||Horace Adern Rush, SR|
Thanks for the info on Adern Senior.
Grandson of Horace Adern Rush,JR and yes I have many memories of him.
|Bob Phillips||Horace Adern Rush, SR|
This was my great grandfather. Horace Adern Rush JR was my grandfather. My mother Myrtle Pauline Rush (youngest daughter of his marraige to Stella Galleher) married Fountain Phillips and we only lived a few miles from him.
Adern SR has always been a mystery to our family as my grandfather had no recollection of him.
I am very thankful for the imformation. The only thing we had on Adern, SR was that he had married Agnes Hill and was listed in the 1870 census.
I would appreciate hearing from any of the distant cousins, kin etc. I live in the Nashville, TN area.
Any information would be greatly appreciated
Bob Phillips - grandson of Horace Adern Rush, JR
|C.C.Diamond||ID Military in Westlawn-Hillcrest|
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
Hi James, I was checking out Shirley McKim's contributer's page to see why she has not responded to my requests, when I found David Drew's memorial and read the newspaper article you posted. It was great. Then I went to your page and found Capt. Charles Drew's memorial. I loved your bio. I like to see people take the time to add information so people seem real instead of just birth and death dates. You are very lucky to have so many photos of you ancestors. Keep up the good work..... Jim Jones
|Mary Nelson Randolph||RE: Hi.|
Hello James, How is your wife kin to the Randolph's. For I am the one that posted the photo on my family tree. I would love to know more about both of your families since we share two direct line names - RANDOLPH - NELSON
|Christopher Beard||Christopher Dyas Beard Family|
Hi James. Thanks for contacting me. I would love to have copies of any photos you have of the Christopher D. Beard children. You can send them to email@example.com
Thanks so much!
|Christopher Beard||Mary Ann Thornhill Beard|
The portrait you posted of Mary Ann Thornhill Beard is great! Thanks posting it. How did you come in possession of it? Do you know if any photo of Christopher Beard exists?
|Mary Nelson Randolph||Find A Grave Memorial# 93482365|
Hello, I saw that you posted a family group photo on Thomas Henry Randolph memorial. Are you kin to the Randolphs? also you have Nelson listed as a name on your research site. I am also a Nelson. Would like to know more.
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Mary Nelson Randolph
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