|Allen Robison (#47680141)|
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A number of years ago my mother died and left me all of the family history. I have taken her spot as the family historian and love the work. Mom invested many years in researching our family tree.|
I continue to add to it.
My Paternal lines include Robison, Madsen, Green, Garner, Hardy, Wishaw, Blanden, Jensen, Olsen, Squires, Magee, Pedersen, Hansen, Guinal, Collier and more. Most of these lines end in New York or North Carolina in the 1700s or 1600s. A couple go into Denmark in the late 1500s.
My Maternal lines include Roberts, Stock, Cottle, England, Gilson, Neadault, Naish, Howlett, Rowell and more. Many of these lines go back into English Royalty and then back to Adam. My mother and her brother did most of the research for these.
If you would like to share data please feel free to contact me.
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|Glenda Barry||Thomas Family|
Thank you for the kind remarks, I feel very blessed to be able to do this work. I have transferred your 3 cousins over to you. There are 15 other Thomas's buried there if you want any or all of them transferred, just let me know. Take care and have a nice evening!
|B.J. Waters||RE: Estelle Ricketts|
No worries! I just wanted to make sure I have it correct. So I changed the maiden name field from Mayer to Meyer.
|B.J. Waters||Estelle Ricketts|
Hello Allen. You have given me two different spellings for her maiden name. Is it Mayer or Meyer?
|Bill W||George Williams - Hooper Cemetery|
Hi. Just an FYI concerning your comment on the photo request for George Williams in Hooper Cemetery, Dodge County, NE. I don't have a good photo to post, but he shares a large dark marker with Rhoda Williams (Find A Grave Memorial# 24197876). Your other three requests in Hooper Cemetery are near this marker. - Bill
Added by Bill W on Nov 01, 2013 7:09 PM
I have been to the Evergreen Memorial Cemetery twice looking for the Russell graves.
Prior S. Russell is definitely buried here, according to cemetery records, he is buried in Section A, Block 2. I had no trouble finding the plot, but he does not have a stone or marker. There is however, a monument for a Wilson B. Russell and his wife, Mary A. These graves are listed as Section A, Block 2, the same site as Prior S. Russell, so I assume he is buried here with these other Russell folks. There are memorials for both Wilson Russell and his wife, Mary, on Find A Grave. Let me suggest you contact the maker of these other Russell memorials, he just might be family and have more info for you.
NOTE: Cemetery records list him as 'Pryson Smallwood Russell.'
I walked the other section, twice, looking for Thomas Russell, he is buried in Section C, Block 40, really close by, but could not find him. I will try again this weekend when I have more time.
|debunyip||RE: Henrietta Hunter Garner|
Added by debunyip on Oct 12, 2013 1:19 AM
|debunyip||RE: Henrietta Garner|
I have her children but didn't search further. since she is my 2 great grandfather's sister I have her brothers and sisters. I have back proven to her 3 great grandfather.
From there my brother has the line to Scotland. William was the first Hunter in our line to come to America.
If you like please give me an email address. I do have a picture of Ritta at her 50th wedding anniversary with her immediate family I could send you.
Added by debunyip on Oct 11, 2013 1:20 AM
|Beverly Myers||JOE H. TOUCHSTONE|
Allen, thank you for the photo of Joe Henry's tombstone. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated.
Beverly Myers & Family
|Carol J Kennedy||Garner|
Someone sent me an e-mail about my making Rev. William Garner's memorial as a memorial stone. When they get straightened out, I will transfer him to you. Carol Kennedy
Your very welcome..... Les
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