Castle Garden Family Bibles Found HANSEN I have a King James version of the Old and New Testaments. Presented to Troy Hansen by Virginia Hansen March 21, 1984. With inscriptions: "God believes in you and backs you in whatever you do. You first must give everything to him. Matt. 19:19:22." and "To Troy. Love, Mom" I may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org RYE I was in a Maryland antique shop back in the 80's and found an old , heavy parallel Bible with the family name of Rye. Other names that followed were BIRTHS: Mary Rye b. Deaths: Wm P. MEMOS: Martha R Fichter or Fickter; daughter of Mary and George F. was baptized sept 29,1899 William and George sons; were baptized sept. 29,1819? LEWIS Large, hardcover bible printed in 1846. CARTER I have The Holy Bible Old and New Testaments translated out of The Original Tongues and with the translations diligently compared and revised. BROOKS Bible presented to Sheila Brooks by a generous couple on June 18th (year not indicated). ZINKANN I have a Bible printed in German. Jacob F.
Free Genealogy and Family History Online - The USGenWeb Project Re: MARGARET ELIZABETH CONWILL - Rockwall - Family History & Genealogy Message Board Not Related to these people. Dallas county Rootsweb shows there is a Pleasant Valley Cemetery in NE Dallas county close to Collin County line. The Conwill's are in Wylie, Collin county 1900 census. Transcription for the cemetery does not show the Conwill's. A Sarah F Nelson and Sam Nelson are buried there, based on tombstone information ages of Sarah and Sam match that of a Nelson family from Itawamba county MS who had a daughter named Margaret born appx 1866. Sarah Barkley married Jesse H Nelson Feb 1866 in Itawamba county MS. Peggy sometimes nickname for Margaret. Pleasant Valley Cemetery, N.E. Handbook Of Texas PLEASANT VALLEY, TEXAS (Dallas County). Lisa C. I also saw the info on Pleasant Valley in Wichita county Margaret Conwill's death in Rockwall county, the Pleasant Valley cemetery location seems to be logical. ? ? Name: Lloyd N. ?
FamilyTree.com | Genealogy, Ancestry, and Family Tree Research Texas Land Records Real Property Official Records Search Ancestor Hunt - Free Genealogy Search Engines At The Museum #32 At the Museum March 4, 2007 I’ve often wondered if folks read this column. I’ve received some positive reinforcement in the form of e-mails. "It was a treat to read your article in Sunday's Leader-News. "Sam and Mrs. "The bakery baked and sold, "Sally Ann," bread. "Either Mrs. "Sam Rumback loved cornbread, and thought my mother baked the best in the world. "I wonder if Sam Rumback's bread slicing machine was the only one that was ever in Littlefield. George seemed to particularly enjoy the "CCC Camp" column: "The postman brought the Leader-News today, and it was a treat to read the article you wrote about the Civilian Conservation Corps. "The commander of the CCC camp was Stoney Porcher. "My only memory of Stoney (I was only 4 or 5 years old at the time) is of him coming to my parents home at 502 E. 8th street for supper. "There was a playa lake on my uncle Bruce Porcher's farm. "The trees thrived and grew taller every year during the 30's, 40's, and 50's. Best Wishes, George"
Finding Funeral Cards Online for your Genealogy Background | Search With a long tradition both in the United States and Europe dating back to the 1800's, funeral cards (also sometimes called mass, mourning or remembrance cards) are an excellent source of information for genealogists. While not a traditional "vital record", they often provide great clues like death and birth dates, name of the cemetery where the deceased was interred, name of the funeral home, and sometimes even a photo of the ancestor. In her article, Funeral Cards, Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens explained that, "funeral cards were to be distributed to family members, friends, and the surrounding community in a timely manner to alert invitees to the date and time of the funeral. At a recent paper show, we stumbled across a bunch of funeral cards in a box labelled "all items ten cents each." Search the Funeral Cards Online collection Contributing Funeral Cards Looking for funeral cards in the United Kingdom? What is Ephemera? Related Articles Coping with a Recent Loss?
The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson & those others related by marriage!!! Entries: 34638 Updated: 2014-03-05 18:37:14 UTC (Wed) Contact: Vickie Thompson Home Page: My Family Quest "I Dig My Roots & Branches" In memory of my Dad, Duell Franklin 'Frank' Beard who passed away 27 July 2009 in Ogden, Weber County, Utah. He loved his family and he also loved to do family history. I am sure going to miss you Daddy, love you always and forever. Also to my Aunt Helen, Daddy's sister (and other mother) who followed him just a month later, she missed her Toggy Boy... No Surname < A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z > Previous Page | Next Page This is just a short note to all those persons still living that have shared their family history with me. Search Ancestry Search WorldConnect Join Ancestry.com Today!