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Off to the UK for 2 weeks7-29-2019 by Ray Gurganus12-6-2019 by Brian hatch7
I'll be partially offline while in England, Scotland, and Wales for 2 weeks at the beginning of August...  But I'll come back with as many tombstone and castle and cathedral pictures as humanly possible.  If you have any ancestors in Bristol, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, London, Edinburgh, or Stirling, with known grave locations, and need a picture, let me know!
Uploading info8-15-2018 by Dayna Garrett8-18-2018 by Ray Gurganus2
Hi all, not quite sure what I'm supposed to do here. Can I upload my entire tree to this site? If so, how and where do I do this?
Dayna Garrett
*.anh7-17-2018 by gerald antal gamauf7-29-2018 by Virginia Sholin Smallwood6
how do i open it?
JOSEPH BOOTH6-27-2018 by JAMES BOOTH7-1-2018 by Ray Gurganus6
I am looking for any information on Revolutionary War information on 
JOSEPH BOOTH 1751 - 1835

Joseph was born in Conn and is listed as having died in Charlotte NY.
Thomas Rock(E) 1635-17003-11-2018 by Howard Rock3-12-2018 by Madison3
I need birth records for father of Thomas Rock, 1655, Lacock, Wiltshire, England, My Rock 
English family migrated to Ireland about 1705, I have records to indicate Rock births after 
this time, Thank you. EMAIL howardrock732@yahoo.com
God's Acre10-23-2017 by Allan Joyce10-24-2017 by Ray Gurganus2
In the part of NC that I live in Moravian Churches are fairly common.  Moravian Cemeteries are all called "God's Acre".  When church members die, they are buried in the 'acre' in rows, in order of death, not in family plots.

Today I have run up on a number of burials in Mayodan, NC's God's Acre.  Which through find-a-grave, is listed as "Mayodan Moravian God's Acre".

When I try to add the location as Mayodan, Mayodan Moravian God's Acre, your system won't recognize it Ray, or rather will not remember it.   Ray - should I rename the 'acre' something else?


John & Mary Hipple8-28-2017 by Melissa Forkner8-29-2017 by Ray Gurganus2
I am looking for John Hipple and Mary (unknown surmname) thier death cerf. They buried in Kinderhook, Branch Co, Mich. I want to know who their parents, are their names on my 6th great grandparents. I am on Brick WALL with unknown their parents. How can I find information about them?

John Hipple
B-29 July 1793 PA
D- 10 May 1866 Kinderhook, Branch, Michigan
B-1794 about
D-5 Dec 1859

Last time John lived with HF Huyck (slp?), Mary Huyck, Permilla Huyck- 1860 Census in Kinderhook,Branch, Michigan
Stephen Bradley8-25-2017 by Charles W. Bradley8-25-2017 by Johnna Eaton2
The Stephen Bradley (B. 1702) is listed as married to Ann Bishop (B.1700). I believe that this entry may be incorrect. In researching my family line, I've found that the Stephen Bradley/Bishop marriage is another Stephen that was born 1710. My research had run dry, for now, up to this point. It might be that they both were born overseas and immigrated to America around this time. Just a thought. I'll keep searching and hope I find the correct links.

Cleaning Up5-18-2017 by Allan Joyce5-24-2017 by Allan Joyce5
Ray - Yesterday I was looking through your 'cleaning up' list and decided to work on Idaho deaths.  I did find about 8 so far but 2 were up for adoption.  I guess there is no way to fix those without adoption is there?

Grist family2-12-2015 by Robert Murphy5-6-2017 by Paul Alan Roth2
My wife and I are the owners of the house built by John W Grist in 1848 in Washingtin NC where he lived until he was killed in a died in 1860. We are looking for pictures and other family information for him and his wife Mary Frances Carroway and their children. Bob Murphy. 

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