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TiesThatBindFamily (#47319050)
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Bio Photo Genealogy is on Ancestry.com & FamilySearch.

All the research started in 1955. I have worked hard and paid a great deal of money --- long before FAG & ancestry were online.

Military War Veteran - Spouse
Military War Veteran- Father
Military War Veteran- son
Military War Veteran- daughter

IF YOU LEAVE A MESSAGE YOU MUST HAVE A REPLY HERE..won't send you a private message into your email.


Professional Genealogist 2 generations. I've done this work for over 50 years. PLEASE make detailed request & will do my best!

Headstone photos we take ARE NOT under copyright and public domain. NO individual, corporation or non-profit is authorized to copyright my photos. Can't imagine why anyone would copyright a headstone.

IF I are not related to a memorial and you are --- please ask for transfer.
If you want transfer please provide your relationship to my memorial.

BARR Lines: Reese-Smith-Linvell-Kingen-Pullen-Craft-Day-Decker-Reece-King-Gano-Ross-Kidd-Brannon-Meeker-VanEtten-Westbrook-Sublette. ALL Grandparents names in my tree or direct lines.
OSWALT Lines:Ashe-Collins-Conley-DeWitt-Kartchner-Wilcox.
HOLLY Lines: Miller- Hicks, Munden - Murphree- Smothers- Tiffin- Justus- Bynum- Crowder- Church- Morton- Ashcroft-Ashcraft - Fortuene- Penden- Prather- Middleton- Dodd- Henry- Fitzpatrick- --Dempsey-McEwing- Lentz-Klutts-Durham-Dodd-Henry-Gordan.
Or any line connected to my husband.

HAPPY HUNTING !



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M (Dillon) Goddard
RE: Goddard
He doesn't. I am working on both of our families.
Added by M (Dillon) Goddard on Oct 17, 2017 9:14 AM
M (Dillon) Goddard
RE: Transfer
Robert R Munden m Esther Ann Goddard on 1/31/1864.

Esther Ann's parents are John Jefferson Goddard and Margaret Ullom.

Esther had a brother William Henry. Bill is my husbands grandfather.
Added by M (Dillon) Goddard on Oct 16, 2017 5:39 PM
nannette
RE: Barr
Hello Dee,
I am related thru Julia Ann Lynn.
She is my second great granaunt--sister to my paternal second great grandfather.
Nannette
Added by nannette on Oct 06, 2017 12:07 PM
nannette
RE: Cousin
I am happy to find another cousin too.
Yes, wouldn't that be awesome to meet!
Nannette
Added by nannette on Oct 05, 2017 5:25 PM
Family Matters Most
James Morton 1736(Find A Grave Memorial# 13223345)
Jenny-I have been doing some research and was hoping you might be able to help, as you have stated this is your family. Is this James Morton related to Jenothan Morton born 4-25-1786 died 5-23-1862 that served in the War of 1812. Thank you for any assistance at all! Jenothan Morton(Find A Grave Memorial# 28083478) would have been by 4th great grandfather.
Added by Family Matters Most on Jul 18, 2016 9:03 PM
Pam R.
Jackson Ross Barr
His headstone is in the Long Creek Cemetery.
Added by Pam R. on Mar 26, 2015 6:14 PM
Douglas Pyeatt
RE: 65606606
Eli Craft
I am not kin Just found this old cem. and didn't want to see it disapear all togeather, If I have anymore kin let me know and I will send them to your care.
Merry Christmus
Added by Douglas Pyeatt on Dec 27, 2014 2:31 PM
e fulton
RE: Milly
Hi Virginia,

I'm not sure if I ever replied to your question about whether Milly was my aunt.

Yes, she was the youngest in my mom's family. Mom was number four in the family.

I think I only saw Mildred, as Mom called her, once. It was when their father was dying.

Mom, my sister and I took the train from Eldon, the town just up the road from where I grew up, to Des Moines so that Mom could say good bye to her father, whom she hated.

Dad couldn't go on the trip because he had to stay to run the post office in Selma where we lived.

I remember that there were several sisters, but I don't remember which ones.

I was only eight when he passed, and only saw him that one time.

Hope this helps with some of your research.

Edith
Added by e fulton on Jun 27, 2014 4:31 PM
Doris Christensen
REBECCA MUNDEN
Yes, you certainly may use any photos I have posted for whatever purpose you wish. Walking cemeteries and taking photos are just a hobby for me and when I post the pictures am always hoping someone will find and enjoy!
Added by Doris Christensen on Jan 18, 2014 7:48 AM
e fulton
Barney's wives
Good Morning Virginia,

Barnet (spelled several ways) was my great-grandfather through Jacob Henry Oswalt/Harriet Belle Collins > Goldie Florence

Barnet was an interesting man in that he married five times.
spouse 1:Minerva Jane Connelly - married 6-1-1858, divorced about 1888

I haven't checked the lines for Barney's other wives because I've spent the last almost thirty years working on Dad's side of the family.

spouse 2: Alcinda PITCOCK WATSON - I don't have marriage and divorce dates

spouse 3 Amauda WATON - again I don't have dates. It was argued loud and long among my Oswalt aunts about whether Alcinda and Amauda were sisters or sisters-in-law.

Silence Daws - again no dates

Florence Smith - married 9 - 19 - 1923 (This s the grandmother that Mom remembered. Mom was born in 1917 and was very fond of her grandmother Oswalt, and especially proud of the fact that Florence was very musical. Mom had no musical talent, but made sure that my siblings and I all had piano lessons. I went on to be a semi-professional musician (my late husband and I made lap dulcimers, hammered dulcimers and folk harps which we sold from a shop in Silver Dollar City back in the early 1980s. I also sang in every choir that was available until a bout of adult onset whooping cough damaged my vocal cords in the early 1990s. But I still play the piano for various groups.)

She was not fond of her grandfather and in fact she and her sisters really had very little good to say about the man. Apparently he was a mean drunk and didn't hesitate to beat up on whoever was around when he was drunk.

You may already have most of this information about Barney's wives, but thought that you might like to read the family memories.

The bad guys are just as interesting (maybe more so) than the good guys!

Best wishes,
Edith Stone


Added by e fulton on Dec 08, 2013 9:43 AM
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