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Dottie Colleen K. (#46831435)
 member for 11 years, 2 months, 16 days
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RoxAnne Sweany
RE: Hello Cousin
Hi, Dottie! Yes, send me anything you'd like. I'm always happy to receive info about my ancestors especially from my relatives! Thanks for making the connection. RoxAnne

Added by RoxAnne Sweany on May 29, 2017 7:35 AM

Sherlocks Cousin
John Wesley Dill
Bad me and 1st mistake I've made all year - LOL. I deleted Josephine as his wife I don't have a clue why I linked them or if someone gave me the link and I didn't post the contributor's info. Thanks for setting the record straight, cousin.

Added by Sherlocks Cousin on May 28, 2017 7:43 PM

pa jones
Burton
Are you related to this Burton line?

Added by pa jones on May 14, 2017 8:57 AM

RWAL
RE: Grateful
You are welcome.

Added by RWAL on May 06, 2017 5:01 PM

Linda Burton Kochanov
Ana Coutant
She's all yours, Dottie. Take good care of her!
Linda

Added by Linda Burton Kochanov on May 06, 2017 4:26 PM

shadowdancer
RE: Thanks
You're Welcome.

Added by shadowdancer on Apr 06, 2017 2:29 PM

Jamie Brenenborg Minner
#177602908
Hi Dottie,
Are you a Windal relative?

Thanks!

-Jamie Brenenborg Minner

Added by Jamie Brenenborg Minner on Apr 03, 2017 1:01 PM

Lea Teasdale
Ellick Family
Hi Dottie:
Trying to put some family pieces of a puzzle together. My mother was Catherine Elizabeth Ellick and her sister was Edith Ellick. I remember a friend of Edith named Grace Townsend. They both lived in Philadelphia. Because I think Grace came to our house in Hatboro, PA at least once. I might even have a picture somewhere.
William C. Ellick was their father, date of death is correct. Seeing your information he would have been a half-brother to your aunt? Do you know anymore than that? Thanks.
Lea Teasdale

Added by Lea Teasdale on Mar 13, 2017 7:34 PM

Cardsfan23
Memorial#65653172 Laura Louisa Parker
I'm Really hoping you have some pertinent info & will appreciate it greatly if you can help me with this. On Laura Louisa Parker's Memorial you gave her DOB from the Thomas(#65653069)& Jane Pratt Wilson(#102921123) Parker's Family Bible. I hope you still have access to that Bible. I'm very interested if it shows that they had a child named Mary E Parker who was born 11/27/1837 and died 12/13/1837. Laura's grandmother Elizabeth Hardcastle Wilson(#142105631) is buried in Parker-Darr Cemetery in Marion County close to me. Since it was common to bury deceased infants with Grandparents in those days, and the fact that I have come across a tombstone of said Mary E Parker there, I believe this to be Laura's sister who died in infancy. Everything I've found seems to support that idea. Regardless, I would appreciate your help if you have any info regarding this. Thank You for your time and consideration.

Added by Cardsfan23 on Mar 08, 2017 12:58 AM

Sylvia Moritz
RE: Cemetery clean up
Please resend your email address

Thanks

Sylvia

Added by Sylvia Moritz on Mar 02, 2017 4:28 PM

Sylvia Moritz
RE: Cemetery clean up
Hi Dottie

It is such a wonderful project. I have cleared most of Nancy Wests grave. I see this project as a winter/spring event because the farmer will have a crop planted in late spring and summer and I don't want to harm his crop.

I am really looking forward to working on this. How do I get in touch with you other than the public posts?

Sylvia.

Added by Sylvia Moritz on Mar 01, 2017 5:03 PM

Sylvia Moritz
Cemetery clean up
Hi Dottie.
I just moved to the area and love walking. I found the Ellis cemetery on the edge of a cornfield. It was completely overgrown. As a small project I have started clearing away the overgrowth. I would like to continue but don't want to disturb or upset anyone. This is a labor of joy. I am not going to dig up anything except weeds.

Please let me know if it is OK to continue.

Thank you

Sylvia moritz.

Added by Sylvia Moritz on Mar 01, 2017 1:05 PM

holly adrion
Isaac Pusey
Thank you for bringing to my attention that this memorial is a duplicate. I must have over looked it. I will remove it now.

Thank you,
Holly

Added by holly adrion on Feb 27, 2017 3:58 PM

Sue Bramhall
RE: Hello cousin
Who are some of your descending "cousins". My husband is also a Townsend, and at some point we are "kissing cousins". After Eli Townsend, when you get into the Pusey's, things get a little confusing.

Added by Sue Bramhall on Feb 23, 2017 2:53 PM

RuTer
Laura Porter
Thanks for alerting me about the duplicate memorial for Laura Porter. It has been corrected.
Ruth

Added by RuTer on Feb 05, 2017 12:11 PM

Martin Abrams
Howard Clark, cousin
Howard was a first cousin to my gf, Frank Burkey of Muncie IN. Their mothers were Thompson sisters.

I would be interested in contacting any of my 3rd cousins. As far as I can tell, Howard was married to Avis but with no kids. He had a brother, William M Clark but I have not been able to follow him.

Do you know otherwise? Thank you.

Added by Martin Abrams on Dec 11, 2016 9:27 PM

carol
heidrich
Hi Dottie Just wanted to say hi Charles Heidrich is my Grandfather,Jacob is my G Greatfather. Have a good holiday.Carol Heidrich

Added by carol on Nov 27, 2016 8:42 PM

H. James Tollett III
Pritchett, Horace
Dottie,
Thank you for taking time to add Horace's parents!

Added by H. James Tollett III on Nov 16, 2016 5:20 AM

Burnsey
edit
chuckmoney10 at aol.com

Added by Burnsey on Nov 15, 2016 2:31 PM

Burnsey
Will Sheward
Hey Dottie,
I saw on # 55332712 memorial that you left a nice note for William Sheward Jr...my GG Uncle. May I ask how you are a cousin of William"s? I want to put you on my family tree somewhere. :) I have logged all of William's family. I have a picture of Will that I will upload later tonight.

Chris
chuckmoney at aol.com

Added by Burnsey on Nov 15, 2016 2:26 PM

carole taylor puntenney
RE: 68006399
Thank you for your input and good to hear from you, Cuz We are of the same mind set...

I use that phrase quite often myself......
"buried on their property (Plantation) and 350 years later hard to find even if we have an exact description of the 300 acres".. (the oak tree on the northwest corner is probably dead too) LOL

Added by carole taylor puntenney on Oct 09, 2016 7:41 AM

Lyn McDaniel
Truitt photo 1908
I have a photo taken in Hannibal Mo. in 1908 of Hermit F. Truitt and four of his five sons. Missing is Thomas B. Truitt, who had moved to Washington state. I'll gladly share a copy by e-mail. Would like to have everyone in it identified. I am LLMCD2005 at yahoo dot com.

Added by Lyn McDaniel on Sep 14, 2016 6:24 PM

Deb Davidson
William Truitt
Hi! My paternal grandfather was illegitimate and born in 1894 in Nokomis, Illinois. His birth certificate lists William M Truitt as the father and Sara Gertrude Bost as the mother. "Gertrude" then married a man by the name of Davidson a few years later and settled in Denver, Colo for a while. My grandfather was adopted by the step dad and given the name Fairfax Harry Davidson, but the birth certificate names him as William Mayfield Truitt Bost. Any information you can share would be so wonderful. I have been searching for william for a long time. Thank you!

Added by Deb Davidson on Sep 09, 2016 5:49 PM

carole taylor puntenney
68006399
Hi, Cuz' I just got info from another Truitt Cuz that George's parents are: George Truitt 1600-1663 and Frances Peddington 1600-1645, and that they lived in Accomack. They are not on f-a-g but looking at your "note" I was wondering if they too could be buried on the family plantation and just not found yet??? Do you have or know a source to prove or find them? Carole 47890355 cgthome3@yahoo.com

Added by carole taylor puntenney on Aug 26, 2016 8:27 AM

Kevin Tonkin
RE: Mary Miller McGinley
Okay, I understand. Thanks for the clarification. Might even be good to include that clarification in a note for others who may ask the same thing?

Added by Kevin Tonkin on Aug 09, 2016 5:42 AM

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