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|I am currently tracking my family tree in the hopes of expanding on the work that my mother started. I can still remember playing under the tables in the West Virginia libraries as she and my father tried to find that one piece that would help all the others fall into place.|
Family names for my mother's side include Duncan, Hall, Carter, Wears, Edwards, Saxton/Saxon, Lewis and Thomas. Most being from Virginia, West Virginia or Ohio.
Family names for my father's side include Smith, Black, Shockley, Howard and Nottingham. Also coming from West Virginia and southern Ohio.
Please feel free to use any of my photos to honor those who have gone before us.
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|Kirk Beaty||RE: John and Lucy Huffman in Ferncliff|
Thanks for the Huffman grave marker photos !
|Carol Adams Rowlands Hays||Woodland Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the photo of the headstone for Walter Dersch and Gertrude (Bauser) Dersch, his wife. The photo came out quite good. Gertrude had 11 siblings and I've been working hard on finding all of them and getting them linked to their parents. Only a few more to go. Thanks again, it means a lot.
|Valerie Neal||Ferncliff Cemetery|
Thank you for the Neal Headstone photos! Much appreciated.
Thanks very much for volunteering and fulfilling this photo request. Great photo, entirely readable and I was able to fill in birth dates as a result.
|Nipper||Sara Frances Smiley Yost|
Thank you for going back, and now knowing she is buried to the left of Gertrude.
Added by Nipper on Nov 22, 2015 10:28 AM
Thanks so much for the Hyatt photos they are greatly appreciated
|mommycita||RE: Katharine Newell in Ferncliff|
Thanks for her photo and letting me know about John and the others.
|Fek Neim||RE: Mary Gerhardt in Ferncliff cemetery|
Added by Fek Neim on Nov 09, 2015 1:49 PM
|sally baird||Mary and Frederick Bruner|
Thank you so much! I also volunteer for findagrave. Love it!!
We are piecing our family together a little at a time!
|Terry LaFrain||Mildred Wells|
Thank you so much for your kindness and quick turnaround on my Aunt Mildred Wells. I was 12 when she pass. She was my fathers oldest sister and like her my father died young.
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