my name is sean breen you sent a flower to my x7 great grandmother Margaret Farrier Bates please get ahold of me at email@example.com i would love to talk to you
|Renee Schneider||Allen & Ellen Pence, Holy Sepulchre|
I asked Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, but they did not have any other info on Allen or Ellen.
My suggestion for more info/obit would be the Detroit Public Library Burton Collection http://www.detroit.lib.mi.us/featuredcollection/burton-historical-collection
|Goomba||Email, FB etc.|
Can you tell me what I do to find you on Facebook?
Added by Goomba on Mar 21, 2017 11:23 AM
I found my Dad & Pete's brother. Took a long time but at long last, found the other Infant Pence that Clella & Robert had. Anyway, you're related to Annie Laura Murray, right? She was my great-grandfather, Edward Harrison Pence's wife. I find it really interesting that he was an attorney because my dream is to become an attorney. Anyway, find me on FB again if you want.
Added by Goomba on Oct 06, 2016 12:18 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Frame Woods|
Hello. For generations the women in the family wrote family history manuscripts and some published books. The most ardent being Martha McBee Brunson Guerard, mom's sister, who was the secretary for SC Genealogical Society and who was flown to Salt Lake to get information for the society and composed many genealogy charts by actually seeing SC Episcopal church records with a member of the church in good standing from Charleston to Georgetown. Are you interested in Woods or specifically Frame? I'm not writing and publishing manuscripts, I have over a dozen. My generation has little interest in genealogy. So, I use the internet. Sincerely, Susannah Woods Smith Watson
|Dean Gibbs||Charles Murray|
Do you have any information on Charles Murray, son of David and Elizabeth Rix Murray?
|Carl Jacquier||Thomas E "Tommy" Jordan|
I have become interested in researching this family. I am Tommy's 2nd cousin through his mother. I'm curious if you know who has access to his photo album. I am very interested in looking at it.
|Beverly Quigg Kirk||Ellen & Alex Loggie|
First Burnt Church Cemetery, Northumberland Co, NB
I found the data in the New Brunswick Genealogical Society magazine 'Generations' Fall 2000. However, you should know better, so I've updated Ellen's name.
|Ima BC Graver||Annie May McLean Callbeck-#80126495|
This branch of the family appears to have used the McLean spelling. See her son Dr. Gordon Callbeck's marker photo:
...and Charles and Annie's marriage certificate:
http://search-collections.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/Genealogy/DisplayGenealogyImage?k=71022084-974c-46ff-bb9c-846605f22f92 (her signature at the bottom).
I'm happy to hear from you. I usually make updates fairly quickly.
Michael Harris did a partial indexing of Greenwood back in 2007 for the California Tombstone Transcription project. He had to have seen something with her name on it. I have photographed the majority of them but haven't found this one.
I can tell you I've been told by the cemetery office that other people aren't buried there and then when I've photographed entire sections i have found that person.
According to her obituary she was cremated and it doesn't list the cemetery. Apparently her brother is buried at Glenn Abby, I'm asking a friend to double check to make sure Mary isn't there as well.
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