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Nancy Berntson (#47687744)
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Amy Lozinak-Buckley
RE: John Bird Kimbel
I will send you an invite to my tree is private otherwise!
Added by Amy Lozinak-Buckley on Jan 05, 2017 10:38 AM
Amy Lozinak-Buckley
RE: John Bird Kimbel
Hi! Yes, John Bird Kimbel is my husband's relative via his maternal grandfather. John Bird Kimbel and wife Hannah had a son Joseph who had a son Roy who had my husband's maternal grandfather Robert Kimbel Sr who had my mother in law Judy Kimbel-Buckley-Watson who had my husband Matthew Buckley. So John is my husband's ggx3. Let me know if you have any questions. I have a huge tree on with lots of Kimbel info. I can be emailed directly at
Added by Amy Lozinak-Buckley on Jan 05, 2017 3:29 AM
RE: Phyllis Gibson
Sorry - I don't recall ever seeing this question. My mother's maiden name was Gibson - she married a man with the surname Gibson (unrelated) hence her maiden and last name were the same.
Added by OregonGardenGal on Jan 03, 2017 7:34 PM
RE: Phyllis Gibson
My mother was Phyllis Gibson....
Added by OregonGardenGal on Jan 03, 2017 7:32 PM
RE: Melinda Brown
Hi Nancy - The cemetery, Deep Creek, is a very old cemetery and yes a lot of the headstones have been covered through the years. I have taken all of the pictures of the headstones that I could find about a year ago. I have not been back out there but do plan to do so soon. I will keep you posted and hopefully soon the headstones will all be uncovered. Again, I will keep you posted.

Added by Romi on Jan 03, 2017 2:44 PM
Betty Scott Marx
Sarah Strahan
Thank you for the transfer.


Added by Betty Scott Marx on Nov 30, 2016 10:37 PM
Ann Maree
RE: Rose Etta Tanner Martin
Nancy, I just reread your message--did you mean to write where did Martin come in? She was only married to Mr Martin very briefly, it seems, so there are few records detailing it beyond several newspaper articles and her death certificate. However, she was married to Mr Brown for many years and he is the father of all of her children (they are all named Brown--assume they chose to have her headstone also say Brown). You can find the Brown family in the census of 1910 together, and find the parents split in 1920 each having some of the children with them. You may want to review your notes on this family, I do know there was another woman named Etta Tanner about the same age who was from the next county over (Williamson county) who has become all mixed up with this Rose Etta Tanner on many family trees on ancestry. The other woman was married to a Tanner, and lived long past 1923.
Added by Ann Maree on Nov 21, 2016 1:07 PM
Ann Maree
RE: Rose Etta Tanner Martin
Nancy, she was married to E.A. Brown for many years before she was married to Mr E.K. Martin. I have added more information to her page as well as added her death certificate to show this. Apparently she was divorced from Mr Brown and had been living in Toledo Ohio with Virginia Brown and Mr E.K. Martin when she passed away while visiting in Tennessee. I do not have any more information about E.K. Martin. I hope this information helps.
Added by Ann Maree on Nov 21, 2016 12:02 PM
Wendy McIntosh
Phillip M. (mother: Margaretta Moyer)
Phillip M Bird - Mother Mararetta Moyer - Father William Bird. His father - William was the son of James and Cynthia Ann (Osmun) Bird.

Added by Wendy McIntosh on Oct 30, 2016 9:31 AM
RE: Lois Bird
I'll get that posted for you. I am one of the "Cemetery Ladies" here in Wheatland so all this information is already in my files. I'm friends with Lois's siblings, and I know there will eventually be a stone. It's a matter of getting the family together to decide what they want.
Added by DGraves on Oct 05, 2016 2:58 PM
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