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|I am currently tracking my family tree in the hopes of expanding on the work that my mother started. I can still remember playing under the tables in the West Virginia libraries as she and my father tried to find that one piece that would help all the others fall into place.|
Family names for my mother's side include Duncan, Hall, Carter, Wears, Edwards, Saxton/Saxon, Lewis and Thomas. Most being from Virginia, West Virginia or Ohio.
Family names for my father's side include Smith, Black, Shockley, Howard and Nottingham. Also coming from West Virginia and southern Ohio.
Please feel free to use any of my photos to honor those who have gone before us.
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|Dusty Bainter||Mary E Nice|
I am currently working on my wife's side of the family. She is a Smith and you can imagine my challenges. I ran across your name on this sight while researching Mary E Nice Smith. She is the grandmother to my wife. If you have any additional information, I would love to take a look.
Thank You in advance for taking a second to respond to my email.
Have a great day!
Thank you so much for this photo.
|Sherry Van Scoy Hall||Edward & Gertrude Nance - memorials|
Thank you for photographing their grave marker and posting it to Find A Grave. Your contribution to all family histories is truly appreciated.
|Jennifer Myers||Malinda and Henry Brown|
Thank you so much, as always, Christina! I really appreciate you taking the photo and then leaving messages with plot info and spouses. This is SO helpful!! Have a great day!
Thank you so much for these photos.
Added by Cathy on May 03, 2017 11:42 AM
|Sgt Ed Elstan||William james Allison|
You posted picture to father died 1975, should be son died 2007
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Heather zenz|
Thanks for the headstone picture...Ed
|Mike Baker||Goldie Wilt|
Thanks so much for locating and photographing Goldie Wilt's headstone. She was my Mother's Mother and she died very young. MY Mom was seven when Goldie died. I've always wondered where she was buried. Now I can visit next trip to Ohio.
This is heart warming.
|Rachel Smith Anderson||RE: Mary Willis in Ferncliff|
Thank you so much, Christina. This is very helpful.
Have a great day,
Thank you so much, Christina! I appreciate your time and trouble.
Added by Annie on Apr 03, 2017 10:24 PM
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