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Hi I'm Tammy. I have been doing my family genealogy for about number of years now. I am a researcher at heart. My major in college was history, particularly Early American. |
In my spare time I do genealogy, in my spare-spare time I run 10ks and 1/2 marathons. I find running to be daunting, arduous and, at times, painful but there is nothing like a 10-15 mile run at 5am on a Sunday morning to clear your mind and ready it for the coming week. I have even solved some genealogy roadblocks while running. :)
When I visit cemeteries I am generally there to take pictures of family members or family friends but try to also take pictures of anyone located near by to upload to the site in hopes to help others in their research quests.
My direct family lines are Jenkins, Hammond, Pate, Powell, Dake, Capehart, Hays, Jump, Billings, Zumwalt, Pumphrey, Fussell & Carr
I have really enjoyed this site. It has helped me out in big ways with piecing together missing information in my family tree. I hope some of my entries are just as helpful to other researchers.
If anyone has any questions about any of my entries or pictures/document uploads I am always happy to discuss and make necessary changes.
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|Margo Erick||Marlin Arnoldt|
Hi Tammy, Thanks for doing the edits for Marlin. It's good to see this wee little one finally linked to his family.
|j. bradley||Edger Spence Munyon|
Hi! ? Is it possible that the name should be "Spencer Edger" Munyon and not "Edger Spence" Munyon. Both died in 1918. "Spencer" was born in 1893 & died in W.W.1. There is a plackard in Marceline (American Legion Bldg). Which lists "Spencer". Also do you know if there is a grave marker? Thanks jbradley
|Becky Ramsey||RE: Photos|
Thank you. Becky
|Becky Ramsey||Findagrave Photos|
Tammy, thank you for all your contributions to the Findagrave website. I would like permission to use your photographs of my relatives' grave sites in my Family Tree files. I use the photos as source media and will gladly give you credit for your work. Becky
|Mike Starke||RE: Henry Lee Norman 82204888|
I forgot to mentioned the Normans are from Liberty, Missouri. The Stoddard County genealogy page may have some more interesting information. I'm just now checking it out.
They also have a facebook page.
|Mike Starke||RE: Norman|
I'm happy that you were able to tie a few more threads together!
The Norman family seemed to break up after the death of their mother, Martha Davis Norman, at an early age. Half of the children went west. It's something my great grandmother, Lilly Norman, never talked about. We often find many details of where our ancestors were at any given time but rarely the reasons WHY they went there!
|Cheryl White||Charles and Rossie Billings|
Just a note to let you know that I have updated their pages at Mount Hope Cemetery, Topeka.
|C Martinsen||Alice Chittick|
Thank you for transferring her to me!
|Mike Starke||Information On Henry Lee Norman|
Henry Norman was my 2nd great uncle. He worked in the oil fields of Bakersfield, Ca. along with my great grandfather. According to my great grandmother's notes, he died of leukemia.
|Colete||RE: Memorial# 130497563|
I have more information for you as he is related to me through the Arnold family:
Name: CLARENCE LELAND HENRY
He was born in Missouri. He died in Marceline, Linn County, Missouri.
His parents were Charles Calvin "Cal" Henry and Miriam "Mamie" Rebecca Arnold.
Please link him to his parents:
Father - Memorial# 130497587
Mother - Memorial# 130497583
Added by Colete on Mar 17, 2016 12:57 AM
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