|Alice P. (#47016050)|
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|I have been researching my husband's family for over 25 years and love every minute of it. I never thought I would get so much enjoyment out of researching old records. My sister has been working on our family history for 40 plus years and I could never understand what the thrill was until I went with her one year to Frankfort to the Ky Historical Society and found my husband's family name in the family file drawer. And as they say, the rest is history. To me, genealogy is like a giant treasure or scavenger hunt. Each new piece of material is a treasure that's more precious than gold or silver.|
OH, THE THRILL OF IT ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If I add a name of a person that is a member of your family and you would like to add information or a bio for them, please contact me and I will gladly transfer ownership of that person to you. Also, my pictures are for your benefit so feel free to copy any that you want or need. I just enjoy taking them.
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|Connie Thompson||RE: Louise Rudd|
Thank you for the added info. I did not know about Ruby. I am a descendant of the Sutherlands. I live in Kentucky.
|Larry & Edie Doepel||RE: Peter Bowen Trowbridge|
I used Union Furnace instead of Starr. That seems more accurate.
Glad I could help! Give me a yell anytime I can chip in and lend a hand.
|Larry & Edie Doepel||Peter Trowbridge.|
I've added the info, but the dropdown list doesn't have a Hawkins County in Ohio. I used Hocking County...any ideas?
|ADAMSONANCESTRY||Sarah H. Rudd|
Thank you for the information. This problem was not new to me. I had seen the Mortality Schedule and have been to the grave site twice. The second time to get the photograph that shows. I never could find a census record for 1840 and 1850 for her.
I think the grave markers were placed many years after the burials. I still am not certain what is the date on the markers. Maybe somebody will get a better photo.
I missed a generation.
A. J. Whipps was Mary Emily's uncle.
|Neal Fenton||And also.....|
Merry Christmas to you!!!!
|Neal Fenton||Whipps Family|
Hi Alice P.,
I was curious about your comments on the Whipps Family.
What's your interest or connection? And if it's just interest in getting good information, that's fine. I am always looking for relatives who have more information to share. I am related to Mary Emily Keziah Whipps Elliott. That's Andrew Jackson Whipps' sister.
Thanks for the information.
Happy Family History Hunting!
|Larry Ciet||Albin and Moreland family|
Alice, thanks for the reply back. You are awesome. Thanks for the removal of the duplicate memorial. I tried to remove the message you replied on but had difficulty removing it in time. You are correct in finding the info in other trees. I am now in line in my tree along with the others. Glad you checked into it before making any changes, that really would have made a mess. Good job! Thanks for all you do in verifying before making changes. Good lesson for me also.
May i use your pictures in my family tree? I give credit to the owner, thx DeWitt
Added by DeWitt on Jun 20, 2015 8:30 PM
|D. L. Lee||RE: Iva Thomas Blankenship|
You are very welcome.
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