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|David Wrzesinski - Smith (#46566566)|
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|My house and all of its contents burned on December 8, 2012, so I will not be able to make any corrections or updates until I can find a place to live and get a new computer. Sorry for any inconvenience.|
Update: I will be closing on a home in early July. I will still have to buy a computer, but I should be able to start making updates and corrections soon. I have saved every e-mail regarding find a grave and will do my best to respond in a timely manner, but please be patient, as I will have a lot of catching up to do. Thank you.
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|Lisa Creeger Perry||Special Request|
Hello Dave, I just read your bio. I am very sorry about the fire. I hope things are looking better for you now.
I've never asked this before but a friend is totally stuck on her 3rd. great grandmother. Here is the link to her memorial.
"Mary Jane Moore Smith" 1831-1867 Woodland, Sauk, WI.
We've tried newspapers looking for an obituary but no luck.
Is it possible to see if there is any information on file at the cemetery?
Anything you could do would be much appreciated.
Thank you, Lisa Perry
|Bryan Anderson||Arthur B. Riley|
I'm researching my grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the 355th Infantry Association Directory published in 1948, Arthur B. Riley was a member of this unit. My grandfather happens to be Gunder Anderson.
Anyway, I've had a photo request for this individual standing for a couple of years now with no luck. So, I'm going to ask a favor. Assuming you live near to the graveyard for this grave, I'm requesting you take a photo of Arthur B. Riley's grave. If it's far, forget it, but I think my initial request has been forgotten, so I'm trying to raise interest in it again.
Forgive me if my request is too brash. I'm running out of options!
With warm regards,
|Deb Dennis||HENRY "HARRY" BRAMLETT|
I found new info about Henry Bramlett's WAR OF 1812 SERVICE. PLEASE SEE...
|Nancy Day||Matilda Lawrence|
Wondering- are you related to Matilda Lawrence? I'm researching her mother's name. 15694842
|D Baugher||23296923 Please please|
Hi David, Can you please transfer over my mother's mother to me Ruby Sally Simmons Milligan 23296923
I would really appreciate it. I want to be able to add more things about her. I really miss her.
|Kilby Hannna||Benjamin B Smith and Henry Harrison Smith|
Saw here that you are a direct descendant of Benjamin and Henry Smith. I'm trying to find more information on this Smith branch. I have an ancestor, Jane Smith Gilbert born in NC in 1812 that died in Hardin Co. TN. around 1852. I believe she may be related to your Smith's. She married Stephen Gilbert in NC(don't know county)around 1832-1824. The all moved to Hardin Co. TN around 1845. On the 1850 census from Hardin Co. TN, they have living with them William H Smith born 1792 in NC.
I've not had much luck getting back to NC to find Jane's Smith family, wondering if she could be related to your Henry.
If this rings any bells, my email is email@example.com if you have a computer at this time.
All the best,
|John Lagow||Hugh Miller (1829-1879)|
Hugh Miller was my g-g-grandfather. I found that he was born in Abingdon VA, and at some point moved to Illinois. I know about his wife and children. Do you have any more information regarding his parents and/or siblings?
|Jackie Edkins||Samuel Goodall 45253573|
I would like your permission to use the photos you posted on the memorial in my family tree.
Regarding Pleasant Lane, memorial 45618781, can you tell me how you got the birth and death dates that don't correspond to the headstone?
Added by Shelane on Dec 27, 2015 5:40 PM
|Debbie Allen||F. Ethel Brooks|
I made a mistake. This is the wrong person. Do not make any changes. Thanks Debbie Allen
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