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Started doing research on my family for a paper for history when I was in College. Been doing it off and on since.|
Born in Arkansas (Army Brat) grew up in Indiana and been in Oklahoma the last 30 years.
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|Chris||Find A Grave Memorial# 60506672|
John Bracket Mills (1829-1925) is my 1st cousin, first generation Hoosier-born, of my pioneer ancestors. Would you consider transferring his memorial?
Added by Chris on Jun 21, 2017 5:31 AM
|MrsB||RE: William T Detweiler birth/death places|
That's cool! I went to Hesston Academy in Newton, Kansas, and there were Detweilers there. Hesston wasn't Amish, but "Old" Mennonite. I was "General Conference" Mennonite, and my people came to America in the 1880's--the Amish and Old Mennonite came to America many, many years earlier. Most of the girls there wore the covering to daily chapel, but I didn't.
Added by MrsB on Jun 07, 2017 6:23 AM
|Brian Numerick||Ann C. Vark|
Hi, I manage memorials for two people that I believe are the parents of Ms. Ann C. Vark, which you manage.
Please take a look and if you agree, please link the memorials.
John J. Numerick, #23447062
Caroline Numerick, #23492776
Also, if you want, I am willing to take over management of Ann Vark's memorial page.
|famfinder71||Dee Edward McIntosh|
Memorial # 60530585
The United States fought in World War I from July 28 1914 until November 11 1918. Mr. McIntosh was 4 years old at the time the war started, unless his birthday is incorrect.
Please correct your Bio information. Thank you
|Luke Miller||RE: 60780776|
Julia M Apman Price
This would be my second Great Grandmother, would you mind is I managed the memorial?
|MrsB||William T Detweiler birth/death places|
Thank you so much for these edits. I tried looking on the National Archives and came up with nothing--I look forward to hearing from you how you know where he was born and where he died (more than simply his last mailing address--often people enter eternity in some nearby hospital in a nearby county). I am more than willing to transcribe an obituary or funeral leaflet, or cite a family Bible record--please write to me at email@example.com if you have anything like that. Please don't post obits/death certificates onto the memorial as pictures, though--hard to read, I don't know it has been done, I would have been more than happy to weave the details into a bio, etc. Thank you in advance! I look forward to hearing from you.
Added by MrsB on Dec 10, 2016 12:09 PM
|Joyce Snell||Kenneth Ronald Abmeyer|
Just discovered that Kenneth is the son of Ronald & Beulah. Could you please transfer his memorial me too. Thanks so much. Oh yes, Kenneth is also buried at Floral Haven.
Oops . . . hit the wrong keys.
My correct #47290411
|Joyce Snell||RE: Abmeyer transfers|
Transfer to: 4290411
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