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I have been working on my family's genealogy for over 50 years now and it is still fascinating!|
Pictures of mine that I post are for sharing, so please feel free to use them as you wish. Photo credit is always appreciated but not necessarily necessary.
Some family names I am working on are:
SHERIDAN, WELLS, and MILNER (southern Indiana and Kentucky)
PAYNE, O'BRYAN, KINCHELOE, VOWELLS, HILL (Kentucky and Maryland)
ALLEN, GREGSTEN, HAMILTON (Illinois, and County Tyrone in Northern Ireland)
GOULDING (Illinois, and Galway, Ireland)
WASCHBUSCH, WITT (Illinois, and Treves, Germany)
MURPHY, KENNEY (Kansas, and Feohanagh near Limerick, Ireland)
SPENCER (Rensselaer Co, New York, and Monroe Co, Michigan)
MUNSON (Illinois, and Sweden)
BLOMGREN/HEGBERG, LUNDELL (Illinois, and Jonkoping and Hjo in Sweden)
FICKLING, HUSTON, DRAPER (Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and England)
BESEAU/BEZEAU, PAXTON, LACELLE, SOLO, COURNOYER and other related French-Canadian families from the Detroit River Region in Michigan.
To all those who have helped me along this road, thank you so much!
To the Find-A-Grave volunteers and staff...Thank you for giving us such a wonderful place to remember our families, for giving your time, and for giving us a place to connect. It is special.
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|Candice||John Alexander Huston|
Hello. I live in Mr. Huston's home in Olds, IA. The picture you posted...is it possible to get the entire picture. I am putting a bit of a museum together in my home of all those who have lived there. It's a "Story of the House" wall on the 2nd floor. I am in touch with a descendant of John Sr...yet love all the information I can gather. Thank you!
Added by Candice on May 22, 2017 2:27 PM
|Jennifer Machyousky||Robert S Lewis|
Thank you for the clarification. There are so many Lewis's it's getting confusing ;)
|Jennifer Machyousky||Oliver G Lewis|
Robert S. LEWIS b. 1813, is my 3rd great-grandfather. His parents are listed as Oliver G LEWIS and Mary (Carver) LEWIS. In my research I have not been able to come up with any record of their marriage or mention of Mary Carver as Oliver G LEWIS's wife other than here on Find A Grave. Can you share with how you have made the connection between Oliver G LEWIS and Mary (Carver) LEWIS?
Thank you for any help,
|MLW||RE: Samuel Snarski (Find A Grave Memorial# 89272733)|
Added by MLW on Apr 15, 2017 5:38 PM
St Mary's Cemetery, Hurley, Iron County, WI
Aileen, I am not quite done. Am leaving it up for a few hours. The pic on the left (the VA stone) I am sure I must have pictured, but haven 't got it named yet, I will go get another if I don't find it soon. Thanks, Lynn
Added by MLW on Apr 15, 2017 11:09 AM
|MLW||RE: Samuel Snarski|
Thanks Aileen. Will do tomorrow as I am on my tablet and don't type well on it. Thank You and good job you are doing and Thanks for hint! Lynn
Added by MLW on Apr 14, 2017 6:50 PM
Find A Grave # 178394545. Hello Aileen. I have a brief correction for you if you care to make it. Samuel Snarski is actually buried in the St. Mary's section of the Hurley cemetery in Hurley, Iron, WI. Crazy the way this was listed in the old days. Anyhow, I have made one, too, and then saw that you did. If you would transfer his location I will be happy to add pictures and remove mine. PS - I have a copy of the transcripts for "the Hurley Cemetery (Protestant side)" and Samuel is not listed there. Thanks, Lynn
Added by MLW on Apr 14, 2017 12:12 PM
I have previously requested Find a Grave to designate this memorial as a cenotaph, but have not heard back from them. If you look closely at the stone it is ancestry list for the person at the bottom. Check his memorial and you will see the same stone with the memorial created by the same person. I have not bothered to check the intervening names. All of these ancestors have not been moved there. Here are the rules from Find A Grave on a cenotaph:
"A cenotaph is a marker within a cemetery placed in honor of a person whose remains are buried elsewhere. It may also be the original marker for someone who has since been reinterred elsewhere. To add a cenotaph, create a memorial. Then email email@example.com with a link to the memorial and request to have the memorial designated a cenotaph. Please only add relationship links to the actual burial memorial when both a cenotaph and actual burial exist."
Added by cchldrss on Jan 14, 2017 7:33 PM
|Har37x||RE: Cecil and Ailene Blue|
Added by Har37x on Dec 23, 2016 3:55 PM
|Paula Ferrer||RE: Eddie L. Donehoo|
Hi Aileen, Thanks for catching that boo boo. I got it switched. Have a good holiday.
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