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Gloria Beasley Arnold (#47886054)
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Bio Photo I am Gloria J Beasley Arnold, and live in Fayette County, Kentucky. I have been working on my family tree since 2000.
I am retired, and it is just me and my brother. I have 2 dogs which are my constant companions.
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Julie Hampton
RE: john w walker sr
I just sent you an email!
Added by Julie Hampton on Jun 19, 2016 11:37 AM
Steve McKnight
RE: Dean Cornett transfer
Yes, I would be glad to have Dean Cornett transferred to me unless she is related to you. I am sure I will have more updates to make to her bio.

You have some others that I am much more interested in because I am related to them. If you are not related, I would love to have them transferred to me. They are: Spainhower (especially this family), but more distantly: Creech, Conn, and Maupin.
Added by Steve McKnight on Apr 21, 2016 11:53 AM
M. Bannister
RE: Ernest Hutchison
As far as I know at this point, Ernest Hutchison is not related to me. He appears to have been a boarder in the home of my gggrandmother. Since your name was with Ernest on Find-A-Grave as creating the information, I thought, perhaps, you might be a relative and would like to have this photo. What I might do if this is alright with you is upload this photo that I have come across to your Find-A-Grave so that, if a relative in the future, is interested in their family history it will be there. I have uploaded this photo under my gggrandmother's info on my tree on Ancestry but not exactly certain his name will appear in any of their search engines. Thanks for getting back with me. It is such a nice photographer's photo, I just could not bear to toss in case a descendant did not have. Marilyn
Added by M. Bannister on Jan 11, 2016 9:30 AM
M. Bannister
Ernest Hutchison
My grandmother had in her possession a professional portrait of Ernest. I really had no idea of the relationship to my family but the 1920 census identifies Ernest and his father Ernest were residing with an Eliza Smith, my grandfather's grandmother. If you are closely related I would be happy to share with you if you don't have. I am from Bourbon County, Kentucky but now live in Florida. I just could not throw it out so have been searching via my Ancestry tree which identified the Find a Grave as a source which I think might go with your work. I can scan the photo in and upload to the Find-A-Grave if you wish.
Added by M. Bannister on Dec 15, 2015 1:01 PM
Maggie Bowlin
Hiram Bowlin
Hello Gloria. Just wanted to say hello from I guess we are distant cousins. Hiram Elmer Bowlin is my grandfather and Charlie Bowlin was my dad. I to have been doing so much research on the history of our family and traced only to Lee Co. Virgina. I have a folder with tons of info if you'd ever like to look over. You probably already have most of the info. But, just wanted to reach out and say hello. You can email me if you would like at magnoliatcb20@yahoo.com. We have a family reunion here in Berea Ky that my sister and I just started taking over last year since most of Hirams children are passed. You should come out sometime and bring your family. Seems like years ago a few people with your last name came, was that you?
Added by Maggie Bowlin on Oct 27, 2015 6:34 PM
Heflin Hunter
John & Millie Fowler
Their stones along with Millie's lady friend, were raised by Bill Scott & I back in 1995. Bill was allowed to move into the chapel and he spent MANY dollars re-doing the building, both inside and out.
I spent many moons researching John and saw to it that their stones were fd and dug up. We had a ceremony, after they were erected, with the church people and the local newspaper folks recorded it.

Bill was, soon thereafter, tossed out (why?) by the church body even after he spent thousands on the kitchen and bathroom.

Don Heflin
Naples, FL
Added by Heflin Hunter on May 31, 2015 11:47 PM
Mark W. Neice
Hiram Bowlin
Hi, Do you know what happened to his son Walter Cleveland Bowlin who was born 28 Feb 1885/86 in Berea, Madison, KY? He married my 2nd Great-Aunt Maggie Ramey on 30 Aug 1924 in Hamilton, Butler, OH.
Added by Mark W. Neice on Apr 22, 2015 11:00 PM
 

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