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Eidolyne Ravenscroft (#47986738)
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Bio Photo Please do ask me for permission to use personal family photo's I use. All documented photos you may use without my permission. I have had one memorial taken from me without mine or the other person's knowledge so I will no longer have my email visible if you have yours on your profile I will contact you that way and you may leave a public message here. Thank you.
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RE: Divorce/marriage documents
Waiting for your email!! k.
Added by moquibird on Sep 14, 2015 8:01 PM
RE: Divorce/marriage documents
So I want to get down to Silver City and get some idea where he was. Evidently Sophia's brother "Will" Hazlewood died down in that area about 1861. Maybe you have heard about that? k.
Added by moquibird on Sep 14, 2015 7:49 PM
RE: Divorce/marriage documents
So I want to get down to Silver City and get some idea where he was. Evidently Sophia's brother "Will" Hazlewood died down in that area about 1861. Maybe you have heard about that? k.
Added by moquibird on Sep 14, 2015 7:42 PM
RE: Divorce/marriage documents
The Donahoos are a very handsome people. We have a number of photos..with the exception of Morgan. I wonder if my great grandmother Alice knew where he was all those years..or anyone else in the family. Ethel was absolutely stunning. Anxious to see docs. Would love to chat and share. karen
Added by moquibird on Sep 14, 2015 7:29 PM
RE: Divorce/marriage documents
How are we related? I have a letter from Lisa Mingus, Mangus 2004. It takes my breath away thinking the family docs were being burned!! We have so few! Where I can see the marriage and divorce docs? I am just so amazed that Morgan was in Silver City! Do you have another email? k.
Added by moquibird on Sep 14, 2015 7:18 PM
Jean Reed Herbelin
Darlene Dawson
I have no idea how the 2 were merged. I did not add him as a husband. Darlene was only married one time, she was a cousin. This is the first time it's ever happened. I don't know how her middle name was added, but it wasn't correct either.
Added by Jean Reed Herbelin on Sep 14, 2015 7:01 PM
RE: Darlene Bosworth Dawson
Thank you so much for the speedy reply! And yes, Morgan is the youngest of 13. Peter Donahoo, my direct is his brother. Most of the Donahoos left Iowa and settled in Fresno, California after the Civil War. It took us a long time to find Morgan in Silver City, NM with Sophia. Morgan married Sophia Hazlewood, his step sister. They were listed together in 1860. Morgan's father is Michael Donahoo who married (2) Elizabeth Cox Hazelwood the widow of Meredith Hazlewood. The "Darlene" connection is creating problems. Someone has picked up the name put her down as the mother of Ethel and Horace. There was a bad break up between Morgan and Sophia. She deliberately dropped the name of their father, so Ethel and Horace are on the records as Hazlewood. ( I have the family history.) So, in 1907 Morgan reported that he was a widower and Sophia changed the names of the children. She married Mr. Rascum, the "miner next door" in Silver City! Morgan reported that his disabilities started in 1889 while he mined in Silver City. I know Ethel's children have been diligently trying to reconnect with the rest of us. If you share any other information about them, it would be great. I have a "private' file on Ancestry where the family is heavily documented. Again, thanks! My sister will be in touch. K. Hancock Harvey -Albuq., NM.
Added by moquibird on Sep 14, 2015 6:37 AM
Darlene Bosworth Dawson
Hi. Thanks so much for all your hard work! Morgan Donahoo is my ggg uncle. My g grandmother is Alice Donahoo Hancock.

Darlene Bosworth Dawson is linked to Uncle Morgan. She was born in 1944, and Uncle Morgan died 1908. He reported that he was a widower.

I am requesting that my sister, Maureen, take over our Uncle Morgan if this is ok under separate email. I think Darlene should be removed unless you have more information about her. His wife is Sophia Hazlewood, they divorced>

Thanks, Karen Hancock Harvey.
Added by moquibird on Sep 13, 2015 6:56 PM
Don Green
Abraham Smith

Yes, he is buried at Inglewood, as is his wife Sophia. They are both in the same Aster, 22 lot that Jean mentioned for Raymond. I should be back next Monday. Happy Thanksgiving !

Added by Don Green on Nov 26, 2014 12:06 PM
Raymond Smith photo request.
I am sorry to report that Raymond does not have a headstone, so it is impossible to tell if he is buried with a wife. Sadly, I had 4 requests on my list for this weekend that turned out to have no headstones. I will be uploading a photo of the lot. It runs close to the curb and the location is Aster Plot, Lot 22-A. There is always a possibility that the headstone got buried over the years. You could try calling the cemetery office to find out if there is supposed to be one. If so, you could tell them that a volunteer is trying to get a photo and ask them to please unbury it. If you get back to me with the information, I will go back to get another photo. I don't want to get your hopes up, but it is worth a try.

Good luck!

Added by Jean on Nov 16, 2014 11:51 PM
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