Regis & Lana's
Carr Family Tree

What's New


Tree:  

09 SEP 2020:
I have finally been able to update data in the tree for the first time since September 2018. After v13 of TNG was delivered, I asked the developer to upgrade my site to the same version.  Once Darrin was finished, I was able to upload and reinstall the related MODs - and that is how I discovered a workaround to the two-year FileZilla FTP problem. So, now there are new individuals, new census records, new obituaries and a few new miscellaneous documents. I may be able to make the process, well, renewable. Write as you have been with corrections an additions. (Edit: it took two tries to get the database properly restore. It's a memory thing...). As always, check out the sections below to find new persons added and records edited. The lists present a limited number of updates; not all updates from the last two years will not be listed. EDIT: I just ran a report that located 524 copies of newspaper obituaries that I have yet to link to the person's record. Fortunately, the text of the obituaries has been transcribed to the records. I must not have been as idle as some thought over the last two years!.

26 JUL 2020:
I corrected 25 birth years that were carelessly entered without a final digit making it look as if the persons were actually identified in the second century. Whew.
Still no favorable report on when we will get cable internet in rural Georgia.
An interesting find. A birth date on a find-a-Grave memorial was identified by a data validate report as invalid. While the person's headstone clearly has 31 JUN 1884 engraved on it, there has never been such a date. See personID = I34050.

20 FEB 2020:
An individual's "Descendants - Count" tab has been enhanced to reflect counts of "Total" and of "Living"

24 JAN 2020:
I have had no success to date resolving the FTP limitations. The good news is I still have internet access that facilitates research.

20 SEP 2018:
I have updated the data tables for the first time since April. I had every intention of performing an update in July when we moved into a temporary residence, but all manner of excuse found its way into my schedule. Included in today's update are a number of census records and death certificates. Invariably, along with new census records are new individuals. Today's update was not with a brief refresher on how to use the update process. The lesson learned there is to update more frequently. I have not been able to implement a new mapping MOD. I will continue to work on that issue.

20 JUN 2018:
After the website was shut down by my host server because bots were consuming too much bandwidth (while stealing site data & files), I implemented a sign-in requirement before visitors can see photos and documents. Source references are still available without a sign-in. Viewers can request a user account at this link.

29 May 2018:
For about ten years this website has used the Google mapping function to display geographic locations. Regretfully, last month Google began charging $250/month for access to the mapping function. I am investigating alternative mapping options.

08 April 2018:
I finally got about to updating the site with information gleaned over the last three months. Sorry for the delay. I am headed out of town tomorrow to see my first grandchild, Caroline Dawn Carr.

28 DEC 2017:
The tree was been upgraded with roughly 80 death certificates and 280 census records

08 SEP 2017:
I regret that I have had to deny access to users because my website host cannot help stop bots from stealing data. I will attempt to resolve the problem when I return home in mid-October.

23 MAY 2017:
While waiting for foot problems to resolve themselves before resuming the Appalachian Trail hike, I added another 500 census records and 100+ death certificates. And countless Find-a-Grave links.
Found a relative who first flew for the US, then the RCAF, then the RAF and finally for the US again. His P-51B Mustang was shot down over France in mid-1944 so he spent the rest of the war in at least three separate a POW camps: 1LT Herbert Blanchfield.
I plan to resume the hike in a matter of days...
Oh yes; I added to the list of IPs that are permanently blocked from vising the site. If you can read this note, you very likely were not on that list of banned IPs.

07 APR 2017: 
In-between a couple of weeks on the Appalachian Trail I have managed to link just over 500 US Census records.
A added a count of "Close relationships" that can be seen on the Relationship tab on any individual's page. There are only 9 such "cousin" marriages in the tree; all of which are found in farm communities. See Cousin Marriages.

19 DEC 2016:
The database was refreshed today with two months of research.
Roughly 30 new death certificates and scores of census records have been transcribed.
A Table of Descendants was added to Descendants tab. It sits on the red option row when Descendants is selected. The count of children, grand-children, great-grand-children, etc. is select-able as is the number of generations.

17 OCT 2016:
I have updated the full database. Find-a-Gave memorials (9,200) are now located in the burial events - logically - and not as another event.
More Census records, persons, and documents were linked.
iPhone performance remains suspect.
User/visitor feedback is more than welcome! Administrative orphans - persons with absolutely no known relatives in the tree - were deleted from the site.

19 SEP 2016:
I have very belatedly discovered a large number of persons who have become unlinked from a parent, sibling, or spouse. They are for lack of a better term - administrative orphans. I am working diligently to resolve those errors. Some are simply duplicates; regardless they all need to be resolved.

03 SEP 2016:
The site has been upgraded to TNG version 11.
I am working to resolve display issues that are apparent on iPad and smart phones.

26 AUG 2016:
After taking a long while to resolve some technical issues with the PC version of the tree, the website was updated today. There is good news in that I did not completely forget the new procedures learned in the last update! I have tested a further upgrade on my PC that will be migrated to this site soon. It will offer better performance on handheld devices, e.g., iPhone and iPad.

05 JUN 2016:
Well, I have learned a new trick for updating the website. (See the 04 June note below.)
The database has been updated.
Please advise me if you run into a problem with the presentation of a person's data.

04 JUN 2016:
I am having a technical problem with the website - database updates are not working the way I have accomplished them for the last several years.
I am working on solutions with help from smarter, more skilled folks…. Thus far, one fix didn’t work and the 2nd is a bit of a challenge.

22 APR 2016:
GEDCOM was updated which included several new cemeteries, memorials, and records.

17 MAR 2016:
Several Cemeteries were added with known family burials.
Numerous Find-a-Grave memorials were linked to individuals.

28 FEB 2016:
Added birth reports.
Focusing on WWI, WWI draft records and WWII enlistment records.
The Census MOD is under repair.

16 FEB 2016:
Added an even 540 Find-a-Grave memorials. Improved the Military reports.

03 FEB 2016:
Resolved numerous discrepancies in birth dates; added several hundred Find-a-Grave links

26 JAN 2016:
GEDCOM update.

22 DEC 2015:
Additional census records, photos, and documents added as well as people.

05 NOV 2015:
Census count =4629;
Death certificate count =1294;
Photos added.
Regretfully I had to add a restriction to the media files since bots have stolen the work without citation or approval. If you would like access to those files, please Register for a User Account in the left menu and reflect your family relationship.

10 OCT 2015:
Added 'Count' to an individual's Descendants tab; data is displayed by generation as shown below.
Louis Drury CARR b. 24 JUN 1899 d. 24 JAN 1986
    Relationship       /        Descendants / Spouses / Total / Birth Year Range
1. Self                                      1                     1             2      1899-1899
2. Children                               3                     4             7      1926-1934
3. Grandchildren                    18                   18           36      1950-1968
4. Great grandchildren           27                   14           41      1980-2000
5. G-Great grandchildren       17                    17          17      2006-2020
        Total                               66                    37        103

02 OCT 2015:
Census count = 4427;
Death certificate count =1203;
Photos added.

28 AUG 2015:
Added surname statistics to the Statistics menu.
Added a corresponding Surname Cloud to the bottom of the home page.

17 AUG 2015:
Census count >= 4000;
additional death certificates added.

23 JUL 2015: 
Additional Census records, documents, and photos added.

11 JUL 2015: 
Made the long awaited upgrade to enable use on mobile devices: iPad, iPhone, etc.
(lost the Research links as a consequence - and, unfortunately, not all mobile features are working properly)

10 JUL 2015: 
Census count = 3500 and counting...

14 APR 2015: 
Improved the format of the Help page.

09 APR 2015:
Re-linked another 300 census records for 1900 (e.g., William Seward Carr)
Added the various media indicated in the sections below

Dec 2013: 
Photos and documents are once more linked at the bottom of the relevant person's page.
A new feature hides all but the first line of Event fields containing multiple lines. Those fields are marked with a white triangle.

Jul 2013:
A new feature tabulates content of a displayed, US Census record. An example: William Seward Carr.

Photos

 Thumb   Description   Linked to   Last Modified 
Malone, Carson
Malone, Carson
Terry (Malone) Carr's cousin advised: "Earlier today, I was going thru some Ft. Vance material and found this information... Carson Malone ran away from home when he was 19 years old and joined the Union Army, serving with Company G, 110th Pennsylvania Volunteers. For some time he had charge of the transfer of prisoners from Charleston, SC to Pittsburgh. He saw Abraham Lincoln on several occasions, shook hands with General Grant, and was present when Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox. After Lincoln?s assassination, he was a member of a squad that fired a salute over the train bearing Lincoln?s body through Harrisburg. Carson is pictured with his wife, Sarah Jane Johnson Malone. They lived many years on Plum Run Road, in Burgettstown. This information was included in his obituary. They are buried in Fairview Cemetery. 
  4 OCT 2020
Carr, Helen Stockdale 2020
Carr, Helen Stockdale 2020
 
  27 JUL 2020
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  11 JUN 2020
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  11 APR 2020
Smutny, Gertrude (Koch)
Smutny, Gertrude (Koch)
 
  22 MAR 2020
22nd Alabama: 1900 Louisville Reunion
22nd Alabama: 1900 Louisville Reunion
Nicholas T. Leverett indicated on his 1913 pension application (Texas Form A) that he was transferred from the 39th (sic) Georgia to the 22nd Alabama in 1863. However, unit muster refute that assertion. He was neither assigned to the 39th Alabama, nor was ever officially assigned to the 22nd Alabama. After he was wounded during the battle of Atlanta, he was hospitalized with members of the 22nd Alabama. His subsequent discharge from the hospital noted that he was with the 22nd Alabama. He used two documents to support his assertion he was with the 22nd:

1) A receipt made out to him and originating with Company F, 22nd Regiment Alabama Infantry. It reflected a a remark "for clothing" dated 08 Oct 8 1863, indicating a possible deduction from his gross pay. [That is an odd document since he was wounded less on 21 September 1863 while assigned to the 37th Georgia.]

2) A Ramsey hospital discharge dated 09 August 1864 granted him a 60-day furlough. The furlough indicated assignment to the 22nd Alabama. [Most of the soldiers on a corresponding hospital roster were assigned to the 22nd Alabama. All were afforded 60-day furloughs irrespective of wound or illness.]

No unit muster or end-of-war parole document has been located that would validate his claim to having been transferred to the 22nd Alabama. The 37th Georgia records indicate that he failed to be listed on rolls after his wounding in September 1863. 
  3 MAR 2020
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  2 MAR 2020
Carr, William A: 1918 SS Dakotan
Carr, William A: 1918 SS Dakotan
William Carr was aboard this ship when he shot at and reportedly sunk a German U-Boat in September 1917. See related newspaper story linked to his page. The story misspelled the ship's name: Dakotian. 
  19 DEC 2019
Howard, Walter Charles: 1936 Greyhound (Frisco-Ben)
Howard, Walter Charles: 1936 Greyhound (Frisco-Ben)
This photo was the tart of classic, photographic oddity. Note on this website that there is a a black & white portrait of Walter that was cropped from this greyhound print. Note as well, that there is a colorized version of the cropped photo to which a tie was added -- and I thought that we had to use MS Paint or similar application to photo-shop a picture!

The Twin Cities (sic) park was located in Handley, TX, now a suburb of Ft. Forth. Greyhound dog racing - that permitted pari-mutual betting - became a contentious issue in the Dallas area. 
  1 DEC 2019
Howard, Walter Charles: 1936 colorized with a tie painted in
Howard, Walter Charles: 1936 colorized with a tie painted in
 
  1 DEC 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1983 April
Scott, John Edgar: 1983 April
with his wife, Vivian, during their 40th wedding anniversary celebration in Lytle (Old Frio City Road). 
  24 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1981 - 60th birthday
Scott, John Edgar: 1981 - 60th birthday
 
  24 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1943 Europe
Scott, John Edgar: 1943 Europe
Possibly taken while stationed in Northern Ireland 
  24 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 'They're Streaming Into France to Help'
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 "They're Streaming Into France to Help"
Under the Stars & Stripes newspaper headline, "Yanks 8 Mi. From Cherbourg" was an iconic photo of troops climbing up from Omaha Beach. The caption reads: "A steady stream of reinforcements continues to advance from a Normandy beach to the front line."


While visiting the WWII Museum in New Orleans, Veeta (Scott) Biggers observed a mural-sized version of the photograph on a wall and was struck by the face of the soldier looking right into the camera lens - he looked just like her father, John Edgar Scott, who had landed on Omaha Beach with the 702nd Ordnance Company, 2nd Infantry Division. Later Veeta would observe that the soldier had a towel slung over his shoulder - just like her father used to do when working in the farm fields at home after the war. Lending additional credence to her conviction was a copy of the photo that her father clipped and sent home to her mother, Vivian, then living in Arlington, Texas. That clipped photo is currently in the possession of his second daughter, Lana (Scott) Carr. No corresponding letter remains available that might have explained the photo's personal significance to Edgar.


Although the photo was in the 20 June edition of the paper, it was taken on 07 June when units of the support echelon of the 2ID landed.

(An Army Signal Corps description of the photo read: "2nd Infantry Division marching up the bluff at the E-1 draw in the Easy Red sector of Omaha Beach on D+1, 7 June 1944. They are going past the German bunker, Widerstandsnest 65, that defended the route up the Ruquet Valley to Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer.")  
  23 NOV 2019
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  23 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 E-1 Draw, Omaha Beach
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 E-1 Draw, Omaha Beach
An Army Signal Corps description of the photo reads: "2nd Infantry Division marching up the bluff at the E-1 draw in the Easy Red sector of Omaha Beach on D+1, 7 June 1944. They are going past the German bunker, Widerstandsnest 65, that defended the route up the Ruquet Valley to Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer."


A monument was dedicated to the US 2nd Infantry Division on the sea front, by the German defensive bunker, Widerstandsnest 65 (WN 65). John returned to that bunker location in 1985 during a visit to see his daughter, Lana who was then living in Wolfgang, a suburb of Hanau, Germany.


While visiting the WWII Museum in New Orleans, Veeta (Scott) Biggers observed a mural-sized version of the photograph on a wall and was struck by the face of the soldier looking right into the camera lens - he looked just like her father, John Edgar Scott, who had landed on Omaha Beach with the 702nd Ordnance Company, 2nd Infantry Division. Later Veeta would observe that the soldier had a towel slung over his shoulder - just like her father used to do when working in the farm fields at home after the war.


Lending credence to her conviction was a copy of the photo that her father clipped and sent home to her mother, Vivian, then living in Arlington, Texas. That clipped photo is currently in the possession of his second daughter, Lana (Scott) Carr. No corresponding letter remains available that might have explained the photo's personal significance to John.


("Under a Stars & Stripes newspaper headline, "Yanks 8 Mi. From Cherbourg" was the same iconic photo of troops climbing up from Omaha Beach. The caption reads: "A steady stream of reinforcements continues to advance from a Normandy beach to the front line." Although the photo was in the 20 June edition of the paper, it was taken on 07 June.)  
  10 NOV 2019
Howard brothers and pals armed farm boys in a watermellon patch
Howard brothers and pals armed farm boys in a watermellon patch
Charles (Brother) and Leonard
Buck Monroe and Leon Block - 2cousins - are not in the tree, yet.
RJCarr 
  18 JUN 2019
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  12 JUN 2019
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  12 JUN 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 June 07, Omaha Beach
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 June 07, Omaha Beach
Veeta (Scott) Biggers visited the WWII Museum in New Orleans in January 2016 and as she rounded a corner there was a large photo of 2ID men climbing up from Omaha Beach. A soldier in the column drew her attention and she in turn snapped a photo of him to share with her family. While there may be no way to confirm his identification, it sure looks like her father, SSG John Edgar Scott, who was with the 702 Ordnance Company, 2ID who landed on Omaha Beach on D+2.

Veeta's sister Lana (Scott) Carr agreed and added another interesting observation about the photo: their mother had a copy of the photograph that they assume their father had clipped from the Stars & Stripes newspaper and sent home during the war. They conclude that he sent the photo because he recognized himself; unfortunately there was no accompanying letter to confirm their assumption.

During the 75th Anniversary of D-day, 06 June 2019, Veeta again examined the picture when she noticed that the soldier was carrying what appeared to be a towel on his shoulder - her father habitually wore a towel over his shoulder when he worked in the fields of the family farm. That observation further iced her opinion that the soldier is indeed John Edgar Scott.  
  9 JUN 2019
Hagman, Carl M: 1946 TCU Freshman
Hagman, Carl M: 1946 TCU Freshman
 
  17 JAN 2019
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  10 JAN 2019
Howard, Walter Charles: 1936c
Howard, Walter Charles: 1936c
Walter raised grayhounds 
  21 DEC 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  21 DEC 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  22 NOV 2018
Cemetery: Cedar Lawn
Cemetery: Cedar Lawn
 
  16 NOV 2018
Whaley, Edward C: 1944 Crew
Whaley, Edward C: 1944 Crew
This video provides a description of the delivery of a B-24 from the Ford managed Willow Run Assembly Plant in Michigan.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/iKlt6rNciTo?rel=0  
  16 NOV 2018
S.S. Pompano (SS-181)
S.S. Pompano (SS-181)
Photographed prior to launching at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California, 11 March 1937. Photo and text from The World Encyclopedia of Submarines by John Parker courtesy of Robert Hurst.

NavSource: Porpoise Class Submarine: Laid down, 14 January 1936, at Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, CA.; Launched, 11 March 1937; Commissioned, USS Pompano (SS-181), 12 June 1937; Final Disposition, lost at sea, possibly due to striking an enemy mine off the coast of Japan, 29 August 1943; Struck from the Naval Register, 12 January 1944. Pompano earned seven battle stars for World War II service.

Specifications: Displacement, Surfaced: 1,330 t., Submerged: 1,997 t.; Length 300' 7" ; Beam 21' 5"; Draft 13' 10"; Speed, Surfaced 19.25 kts, Submerged 8.75 kts; Max. Operating Depth 250'; Complement 5 Officers 45 Enlisted; Armament, six 21" torpedo tubes, 18 torpedoes, one 3"/50 deck gun, two .50 caliber machine guns, four .30 caliber machine guns; Propulsion, diesel-electric, four Hoover, Owens, Rentschler Co. diesel engines, (replaced in September 1942 with four OP Fairbanks-Morse 38D diesel engines), 4,300 hp, Fuel Capacity, 92,801 gals. four Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Co.. electric motors, 2,285 hp, Battery Cells 240, twin propellers. 
  15 NOV 2018
Scott, Frank Blagg
Scott, Frank Blagg
During WWII Frank was a radio technician first class on the submarine USS Pompano. He joined its crew on 12 AUG 1943 and was aboard it when it left Midway on 20 August 1943 on its 7th wartime patrol bound for Hokkaido and Honshu islands of Japan. When she failed to return to Pearl Harbor at the scheduled end of her Patrol the sub was presumed lost. The Japanese knew a submarine was in her patrol area, because two ships were sunk by her torpedoes during September: the Akama Maru on 3 September, and the Taiko Maru on 25 September. The Pacific fleet staff was once thought that since the Japanese had made no anti-submarine attacks in Pompano's area of operations, that the submarine was sunk by mines in the vicinity. Those newly-laid mines were not known to U.S.Navy intelligence until after she sailed. Japanese reports obtained post-war indicate that a surfaced submarine was attacked in Tsugaru Strait, in the sub's patrol area. The Pompano was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 12 January 1944.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Pompano_%28SS-181%29
Photo courtesy of On Eternal Patrol (www.OnEternalPatrol.com). 
  15 NOV 2018
S.S. Pompano (SS-181)
S.S. Pompano (SS-181)
Official U.S. Navy Photograph, from the collections of the Naval Historical Center.
See: S.S. Pompano (SS-181).
See: USS Pompano (SS-181).
See: SS Pompano blog
  14 NOV 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  11 SEP 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  8 MAY 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  8 APR 2018
2nd Infantry Division (2ID) Omaha Beach: 1944 JUN 07
2nd Infantry Division (2ID) Omaha Beach: 1944 JUN 07
This classic photo of 2ID soldiers climbing up the slope from Omaha Beach was enlarged and hung on a wall in the WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA. Veeta (Scott) Biggers visited the museum in January 2016 and as she glanced up at the photo, the second soldier in the column looking at the photographer drew her attention. While there may be no way to confirm his identification to an absolute certainty, she was convinced that it was her father, SSG John Edgar Scott, who was with the 702 Ordnance Company, 2ID on that very day!  
  21 FEB 2018
Brannon, Charles Wilson: Darlington Prep School.
Brannon, Charles Wilson: Darlington Prep School.
 
  12 FEB 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  12 FEB 2018
Carr, John L: 1975
Carr, John L: 1975
He was allegedly delighted to be placing his daughter aboard a flight en route her honeymoon. 
  12 FEB 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  12 FEB 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  12 FEB 2018
Carr, Gloria Jean: 1945 Yonkers HS senior
Carr, Gloria Jean: 1945 Yonkers HS senior
 
  12 FEB 2018
O'Malley, Robert W.
O'Malley, Robert W.
 
  12 FEB 2018
Malone, Carson and Mollie: circa 1872
Malone, Carson and Mollie: circa 1872
 
  12 FEB 2018
Howard, Beulah Mae: 1936 HS Graduation by Greer Studios, Sherman, TX
Howard, Beulah Mae: 1936 HS Graduation by Greer Studios, Sherman, TX
 
  12 FEB 2018
Howard, Eldon: 1937-2016
Howard, Eldon: 1937-2016
 
  12 FEB 2018
Howard, Beulah Mae: 1939
Howard, Beulah Mae: 1939
 
  12 FEB 2018
USS Minnesota: 1911
USS Minnesota: 1911
Thomas H. Leverett sailed aboard this vessel during WWI. 
  12 FEB 2018
YMS-45 Minesweeper
YMS-45 Minesweeper
Jerome Barton sailed aboard this vessel during WWII. Photo by Tommy Trammp. 
  12 FEB 2018
Meehan, John C: 2004
Meehan, John C: 2004
 
  12 FEB 2018
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  2 DEC 2017
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  2 DEC 2017
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944 - P-51B 'Uncle Den'
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944 - P-51B "Uncle Den"
P-47C Thunderbolt QP-L 41-6187 of the 334th Fighter Squadron, 4th Fighter Group, 8th AF. Coded QP-L 'Quack!' with pilot Capt Robert L Priser. Passed on to pilot Capt Herbert J Blanchfield, Coded QP-E 'Uncle Den'. Crew Chief Robert J Kellett stayed with A/C throughout.
The photo was kindly shared by the 4th Fighter Group Association.
 
  27 MAY 2017
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944, P-47C Thunderbolt 41-06187
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944, P-47C Thunderbolt 41-06187
The P-47 was photographed on an airstrip; presumably at Debden, England. It was the aircraft with "Uncle Den" nose art. It was not the aircraft that 1LT Blanchfield flew on his last mission. The 334th Squadron transitioned from P-47C into the P-51 aircraft in May 1944. 
  23 MAY 2017
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944 P-51B Mustang 42-106767
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944 P-51B Mustang 42-106767
North American P-51B Mustang QP-E, Serial No. 42-106767, flown by Lt. Herbert J. Blanchfield. The plane was one of the first natural metal finish Mustangs to join the 4th Fighter Group in May 1944.
On 9 May 1944, Lt. Blanchfield was shot down in this aircraft and became a POW. 
  23 MAY 2017
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944
 
  23 MAY 2017
Leverett, George Reeves (left)
Leverett, George Reeves (left)
 
  9 MAY 2017
Leverett, Columbus A: circa 1918 Fordson tractor
Leverett, Columbus A: circa 1918 Fordson tractor
Fordson was a combination of Ford and Son. According to Gas Engine Magazine, "Production of the Fordson tractor started in Dearborn in 1917, but the first 7000 units were made for England and it was not until the spring of 1918 that American farmers were able to buy the model." 
  9 MAY 2017
Woodlawn Home of C.A. Leverett in 1983
Woodlawn Home of C.A. Leverett in 1983
This was the home of C.A Leverett and his family from about 1911 until 1926 when it was sold and the family moved closer into the town of McKinny, TX. This picture was taken by Barbara Ann Howard in 1983 when she was researching in the area. This house was about 2700 sq feet and had numerous out buildings; smoke house, wash house, root cellar, barns, poultry bldgs, etc. There was a large cistern on the back porch to catch rain water.  
  9 MAY 2017
672nd Amphibian Tractor Battalion shoulder patch
672nd Amphibian Tractor Battalion shoulder patch
Unit History: "Established June 19, 1943 at Camp Hood, Texas. On Apr. 15, 1944, while stationed at Fort Ord, California, the unit was re-designated as the 672th Amphibian Tractor Battalion. They sailed from the San Francisco Port of Embarkation on Sep. 23, 1944 and landed at Bougainville Island, on Oct. 9, 1944. The unit was attached to the 37th Infantry Division. It carried troops ashore in the assault landing on Jan 9, 1945, at Lingayen Gulf, Luzon, Philippine Islands. It supported both the 37th Infantry Division and the 1st Cavalry Division in the drive south to Manila. In February, 1945, it was attached to the 11th Airborne Division for the mission to capture the Los Banos prisoner camp and release of its civilian internees on Feb. 23, 1945. Moved to Morotai, in June, 1945, the battalion was attached to the 1st Australian Division and one company from the Battalion carried troops ashore in the assault landing at Balikpapan Borneo, landing on Jul. 1, 1945. They shipped back to the U.S., landing at the San Francisco port on Dec. 24, 1945. The unit was deactivated, at Camp Stoneman, CA on Dec. 24, 1945. Text updated with information from Lt Col. Joseph A. Gibbs (Ret.)."
http://www.tankdestroyer.net/units/battalions600s/308-672nd-tank-destroyer-battalion
The patch was worn by TEC5 Walie B. Prince. 
  9 MAY 2017
Prince, Walie Benton: 1946 and brother Tom
Prince, Walie Benton: 1946 and brother Tom
Walie appears to be wearing the tank destroyer sharpshooter patch above his right pocket. He probably earned that patch before his unit was converted from the 672nd Tank Destroyer Battalion to the 672nd Amphibian Tractor Battalion. The picture was taken after he redeployed from the western pacific. The picture was likely taken in January. His bother Tom enlisted in late 1945 and does not appear to have been deployed overseas since there are no accoutrements on his uniform. 
  9 MAY 2017
Squires Grandview Home in Frankford, WV in 1881
Squires Grandview Home in Frankford, WV in 1881
Noted on the back of the Squire Grandview photograph and somewhat aligned with those in the photo:

Left side column --
Frankford WVa
Grandview Farm "1891" move to-1890


Next column --
Michael Airheart B 8/20/1819
Amie Grant B 8/24/1818
B Roanoke 3/16/49 D 3/27/16 "67" is circled (refers to Sara Emma (Airheart) Squires)
Aunt Sarah and husband
Sara Emma Squires LW Squires (arrow points to Addie N
Preacher B 11/27/83
Luella B Squires
Asa M Squires
Other neighbors -

Next column --
(Horse)
Lillie Lee Squires B Roanoke 8/7/82
John W. Smith
Addie N (illegible)

Next column --
Leo William Squires
B 2/28/38
D 5/13/16
19th Calvary (WVa) Co B
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Col Thompson
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Right edge:
Salt Lake (Salt Lick Bridge?)
Braxton W 
  7 MAY 2017
Squires Grandview Home in Frankford, WV in 1881
Squires Grandview Home in Frankford, WV in 1881
 
  7 MAY 2017
Stockdale, William K: 2013 West Point Cemetery on March 8th
Stockdale, William K: 2013 West Point Cemetery on March 8th
From left to right: Regis Carr, Lana Carr, Jackie, William K, Bill, Kathy Garibay (Bill) 
  23 APR 2017
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  23 APR 2017
Howard, Walter Charles: 1936 back & white portrait
Howard, Walter Charles: 1936 back & white portrait
 
  11 APR 2017
Brannon, Sue Ella: 1974 Wedding
Brannon, Sue Ella: 1974 Wedding
Sue Ella was escorted to the altar by her uncle John Edgar Scott. 
  11 APR 2017
Stockdale, Marjorie (Schlegel): 2015
Stockdale, Marjorie (Schlegel): 2015
 
  8 APR 2017
Howard, Minnie Bertha (Leverett): 1923
Howard, Minnie Bertha (Leverett): 1923
with Vera Leverett Wheeler, Leonard Charles (Brother), Beulah and Vivian 
  8 APR 2017
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  8 APR 2017
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  8 APR 2017
Quinlan, Ferry Boat
Quinlan, Ferry Boat
 
  8 APR 2017
McCaffity, Eva Lena (Scott):
McCaffity, Eva Lena (Scott):
with Bobbie Nell (Scott) Merryman 
  8 APR 2017
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  8 APR 2017
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  8 APR 2017
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  8 APR 2017
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  5 APR 2017

Documents

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Malone, Samuel Carson: 1918 WWI Draft
Malone, Samuel Carson: 1918 WWI Draft
Samuel Carsen Malone registered for the WWI draft while employed as a printing foreman at the Langloth Townsite Company. He and his wife Mollie F. (Margaret F. Tilton) lived at an unspecified address in South Burgettstown, PA. 
  4 OCT 2020
Malone, Samuel Carson: 1917 WWI Draft Registration Card
Malone, Samuel Carson: 1917 WWI Draft Registration Card
 
  4 OCT 2020
Sanford, Sterling G: 1948 Sons of the American Revolution Application
Sanford, Sterling G: 1948 Sons of the American Revolution Application
 
  17 SEP 2020
Kelly, Thomas J: 1880 Census
Kelly, Thomas J: 1880 Census
Thomas (38) was no longer a coal miner; he was a huckster...generally a seller of small articles, usually of cheap or shoddy quality, or one engaged in haggling or making petty bargains. He was living on Dunmore Street or its vicinity with his wife, Catherine (Cahagan) age 37, and children: Mary Jane (16), Margaret (14), Joseph (10), Allise (8), Ammy (6), Katie (3) and James (1 month). His mother Alice (Flemming) age 65 was also living with the family; she worked as a nurse. 
  19 JUL 2020
Coyle, Manus: 1925 Obituary
Coyle, Manus: 1925 Obituary
FORMER HOTELKEEPER IS LAID TO REST
Many Attend Obsequies for Manus Coyle—Beautiful Flowers
The funeral of Manus Coyle, for many years a Bethlehem hotelkeeper, was held on Tuesday morning from his late home 716 East Fifth street, and was largely attended by relatives and friends as well as delegations of members of Court Armor, No. 12 Foresters of America; Division No. 1, A. O. H.; Bethlehem lodge, Loyal Order of Moose and the Holy Infancy Holy Name Society. Solemn high mass of requiem in the Church of the Holy Infancy, of which he was a devout and zealous member, was celebrated by Rev. Joseph P. Duross, Rev. John T. Morton was deacon and Rev. Charles E. Bowles, sub—deacon. Rev. John P. Greene, R.S. Joseph J. Ullmann and Rev. Joseph C. Matera were present in the sanctuary. During the mass a special musical program was rendered under the direction of the organist, Miss Agnes McGovern. Solos were sung by Mrs. James Reilly. Burial was made in the family plot in St. Michael’s cemetery, where Father Morton and Father Matera officiated at the final absolution of the body. There were numerous floral taken. The pallbearers were: Honorary, Patrick and Dennis Sullivan, William Conroy, Pasquale Castiello, Patrick McArdle, Michael Kelly, James M. Degnan. Active, Alderman J. D. Kelleher, James Tomaney, Joseph Dwyer, Martin Quigney, Michael Smith and Harold Metzgar.
The Morning Call (Allentown, PA) 
  19 JUL 2020
Walsh, Peter: 1927 manifest
Walsh, Peter: 1927 manifest
Peter Walsh (50) was shown sailing with Alice E. (nee Kelly) Martin (50) from Bermuda on 15 February 1927 and arriving in the Port of New York on 17 February. They listed their residence as 304 Delaware Street, Olyphant, PA. They appear to have been traveling with Peter & Hannah Gannon also of Olyphant, PA. 
  19 JUL 2020
Martin, James: 1896 manifest
Martin, James: 1896 manifest
A James Martin (age 19) was shown arriving in the Port of Philadelphia on 31 May 1896 having departed from Liverpool, England on 20 May 1896 aboard the SS Pennland. It cannot be stated with any certainty that this James Martin would become the husband of Alice Kelly Martin. 
  19 JUL 2020
Walsh, Peter: 1920 Census
Walsh, Peter: 1920 Census
Peter Walsh (40) was shown living at 304 Delaware Street, Olyphant, PA with his daughter, Rose Mary (13), and son, Kelly (7). Peter's sister-in-law, Alice [nee Kelly] Martin was also living in the home as a "domestic". Peter's wife, Catherine [nee Kelly], died 8 years earlier. 
  19 JUL 2020
Walsh, Peter: 1910 Census
Walsh, Peter: 1910 Census
Peter L. Walsh (30) was shown living at Rau Street, Olyphant, PA with his wife Catherine [Kelly] (26) and their daughter Rose M. (3). Peter was listed as a lawyer. (Rau Street is no longer reflected on city maps. For proximity, it was plotted at the south end of Delaware Street which was the next street listed on the Census.) 
  19 JUL 2020
A Short History of the Kelly Family (author & date unknown)
A Short History of the Kelly Family (author & date unknown)
The author of this document is not unknown. A copy was received from Ann, Thomas Kelly O'Malley's wife Ann HUTAFF, although numerous copies are attached to Ancestry.com trees - none found with attribution. 
  19 JUL 2020
Carr, Adam: 1870 Census
Carr, Adam: 1870 Census
The census showed Adam (38), a plumber from Scotland living in the 4th Ward of Paterson, NJ along with his wife Sarah (38), Ada (18), William (15), Ella (7), and Henry L (5). Ada and Ella would never marry. Three children died in 1864: Catherine at age 7, Horace Greeley at age 6 and Frances at age 5. Other documents show that his profession is understated. His company, Adam Carr & Co., manufactured brass cocks and iron & galvanized pipes. Eric and Barbara (nee Stockdale) Mann located four US Patents awarded or assigned to Adam Carr in the late 1800's. They are available elsewhere on this website. The patents are associated with steam propulsion and relate directly to his indicated occupation: plumber. 
  3 JUL 2020
Boquel, Francois: 1895 People Who Are Dead
Boquel, Francois: 1895 People Who Are Dead
In an odd column heading, two days following his death, Francois is listed among "People Who Are Dead":

SOUTH BETHLEHEM, Penna. -- Francis Boquel, a zinc worker, aged sixty-nine years.
Patriot Newspaper (Harrisburg, PA) 28 January 1895 
  28 JUN 2020
Boquel, August: 1909 Jersey City Directory
Boquel, August: 1909 Jersey City Directory
 
  26 JUN 2020
Boquel, Jane (Brown) 1971 Obituary
Boquel, Jane (Brown) 1971 Obituary
MRS. JOSEPH BOQUEL
WALL TOWNSHIP — Mrs. Jane Brown Boquel, 68, of 1909 Meadow Rd., West Belmar, died yesterday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. She was born in Hillborn, N.Y., and lived here the past seven years. She was a communicant of St. Rose Roman Catholic Church, Belmar. Surviving are her husband, Joseph; two sons, Robert in the Navy at Davisville, R.I., and Frederick, Secaucus; a brother, Daniel Gleason, Miami, Fla., and five grandchildren. The Otto Mack Funeral Home, Jersey City, is in charge of arrangements.
Asbury Park Press (NJ) 
  21 JUN 2020
Ebbitt, George F Jr.: 1974 A Biography
Ebbitt, George F Jr.: 1974 A Biography
The Sixty Four From Fifty Four - A Narrative of Sea Stories
George Francis Ebbitt Jr.
Lieutenant Colonel U.S.M.C. (Ret)
Biography

George was born on 5 October 1930 in New Jersey. He attended schools in Brooklyn, New York and, while an honor student, quit high school in his senior year. He enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve at Floyd Bennett Field, where he served in the 14th Signal Company as a radio operator. George received an appointment to the Naval Academy from the Marine Corps Reserve, and qualified by passing the regular entrance examination. George became a midshipman on 19 June 1950, was in the 1st company. and lived in the 1st wing of Bancroft Hall while at the Academy. At graduation on 4 June 1954, George was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the U.S.M.C. He then underwent training as an infantry platoon commander and Marine officer at The Basic School, MCS, Quantico, Virginia. After completion of training in January 1955, George received orders to NAS Pensacola, Florida where he successfully completed flight training and was awarded Naval Aviator Wings. He subsequently received helicopter training and qualified as a helicopter pilot. He also underwent jet fighter pilot training at the Naval Air Training Command, NAS Memphis, Tennessee from May to August 1956.  
  7 JUN 2020
Fulton Fish Market and Fishing Smacks: 1916
Fulton Fish Market and Fishing Smacks: 1916
A view from the East River. Several members of David Ryan Sr's family worked at the market after they emigrated from Newfoundland where fishing was their business. The print was copied from the December 1916 copy of Harper's Magazine where it was part of a an interesting story by Simeon Strunsky entitled Manhattan Labyrinths
  6 JUN 2020
Stallard, Morand L: 1912 OCT 09 Big Stone Gap Newspaper
Stallard, Morand L: 1912 OCT 09 Big Stone Gap Newspaper
Dr. M L. Stallard is in southwestern Texas for the next few weeks with a party of friends who are interested in investing capital in the Lone Star state. During Dr. Stallard's absence, Mrs. Stallard is staying at the St. James. News of the regrettable affair in Dicken county was immediately wired Dr. Stallard, who will return at an early date to render what assistance he can in the case of the Commonwealth vs his son, young Dr. Sam Stallard, who killed a young man named Carroll near Clintwood last Tuesday while under the influence of whiskey. 
  3 JUN 2020
Dozier, James: - Eldest son of Leonard Dozier
Dozier, James: - Eldest son of Leonard Dozier
Record
Descendants of James Dozier of eldest son of Leonard Dozier of Lunenburg Co., VA.
"Written by Mrs L.E. Wooldridge of Columbus, Ga.
The [un-named] book from which was copied was by James Clement Wooldridge of [place not specified]

"My great, great grandfather, Leonard Dozier as born in France (mistaken HCD) in 1710, married in Lunenburg Co., Va, in 1733 Died in that County in Va. in 1785.
"We do not know the (sir) name of his wife. (Ann Gayle-HCD) His son James S. Dozier was born in Lunenburg, Co. Va. in 1739, married Mary Dunwoody of Virginia in 1762. He was a Soldier of the Revolution from Virginia. His children were born in Virginia (2-HCD) Their names are..."

RJCarr: This copy was made in 1997 from a copy in the Georgia Archives. It is horribly organized and sequenced. In order to better trace the various lineages, I subsequently penciled in alpha-numeric notations. So, the circled-1 indicates Leonard Dozier was the first generation and circled-2 was his son, James. Then, James' children became A thru H. The children of Rev Richard Dozier (annotated F) were then identified I thru Q (see top of page #2). Those alpha identifiers were carried thru the remainder of the document. Subsequent generations were labeled numerically - and wives were also numbered, e.g., F1, F2, F3 (on page #1 and #2). This non-standard identification was used because the generations/individuals were not entered in a age-sequence and, an individual could be found again on non-sequential pages, e.g., Leonard Wesley Dozier (annotated C on page 8), Dunwoody Dozier (annotated D on page 9) and James S. Dozier (annotated circle-2 found at the bottom of page 11. I concluded that HCD in the original are the initials of a Dozier family member who added comments - despite indications that the document was "Written by Mrs. L. E. Wooldridge of Columbus, Ga." To complicate resolving the HCD notation is the entry at the bottom of page 11: "Lovie Dozier Wooldridge - 85 yeas old - is writing this at Dr. James Clements Wooldridge's home at Columbus, Ga. Mch 20, 1925."

RJCarr, 20 April 2020: The HCD notation was resolved. The attached copy of the "Record" had portions of two lines not copy. The first full sentence on page 1 should have read: "The book from which was copied was lent to Henrietta C. Dozier by James Clement Wooldridge of Columbus, Ga." So, HCD are the initials of Henrietta C. Dozier.  
  21 APR 2020
Leverett, Nicholas T: 1864 Hospital Roster
Leverett, Nicholas T: 1864 Hospital Roster
This oft reproduced (to the point that it is nearly illegible) Ramsey hospital roster found in the Thomaston, GA Archives shows that Nicholas was granted a 60-day furlough on 09 August 1864 while assigned to the 22nd Alabama. Most of those listed on the same page were being released on similar 60-day furloughs regardless of wound or illness. This roster corroborates Nicholas' discharge record in the possession of descendant, Linda Belk. He is listed on the 7th line from the bottom. Although he is reflected being assigned to the 22nd Alabama, no unit muster confirms such an assignment. 
  3 MAR 2020
Mankowski, Hipolit: 1892 manifest Hamburg
Mankowski, Hipolit: 1892 manifest Hamburg
Hipolit Mankowski (36) was shown manifested on the German steamship, Russia, that originated in Hamburg, Germany on 27 November 1892 and sailed via Cuxhaven, Germany en route to the Port of New York. Sailing with Hipolit was his wife, Francziska (38) and their 4 children: Sophie (8), Stephan (6), Casimir (4), and Tan (2). Also travelling with Hipolit was his brother, Casimir Mankowski (28), his wife Pelagie (28) and their 3 children: Ceslaus (4), Tadeus (2) and Max (9) months. 
  14 JAN 2020
Mankowski, Hipolit: 1910 Census
Mankowski, Hipolit: 1910 Census
Hipolit (sic) Mankowski (53) was shown living at at 2214 North Leavity Avenue, Chicago, IL with his wife Frances (54) and 4 children: Sophie (25), Stephania (23), John (19) and Wanda (11). Hipolit was employed as a real estate agent. Sophie was working at home, but the occupation was indistinct; perhaps a dress maker. Stephania was working at home as a milliner - a person who makes or sells women's hats. 
  14 JAN 2020
Adams, Louis F: 2005 Obituary
Adams, Louis F: 2005 Obituary
 
  20 DEC 2019
Merryman, Bobbie Nell (Scott): 1989 Obituary
Merryman, Bobbie Nell (Scott): 1989 Obituary
 
  19 DEC 2019
Mabey, Judson A: 1946 Obituary
Mabey, Judson A: 1946 Obituary
 
  19 DEC 2019
Carr, William A: 1917 Patersonian Ship Attacked by Submarine
Carr, William A: 1917 Patersonian Ship Attacked by Submarine
This is a transcription of the news story published after William A. Carr arrived home in Paterson, NJ from his wartime adventures on a steamship. A copy of the news story is linked to William's page.

(The book, "Navy Ordnance Activities -- World War 1917-1918" published in 1920 does not validate the actual sinking - although the engagement is corroborated. It records on page 185 that "(t)here were many instances in which prompt and effective gunfire repulsed submarines, and in most cases where the U-boat's guns were not of superior range, the ship escaped. Thus on July 10, 1917,the Gold Shell drove off a "sub," as did the Dakotan on Sept. 6, 1917." That description is simialr to one found on pages 51-52 of the book, "Our Navy at War," by Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels in 1922. "Many instances are recorded where prompt and effective gunfire from armed merchantmen had succeeded in effectively stopping a submarine attack and saving the ship. Indeed, when the periscope of a submarine was sighted before the submarine had a chance to launch a destructive torpedo or where the guns of the submarine did not vastly outrange the guns of the merchant vessel the ship in almost all cases escaped. Thus the Dakotan. on September 6, 1917,drove off a submarine, as did the steamship Gold Shell, on July 10, 1917." 
  19 DEC 2019
Carr, William A: 1917 Patersonian Ship Attacked by Submarine
Carr, William A: 1917 Patersonian Ship Attacked by Submarine
This is a news story published after William A. Carr arrived home in Paterson, NJ from his wartime adventures on a steamship. A transcription is linked to his page. 
  19 DEC 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Telegram from Camp Patrick Henry, Virginia
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Telegram from Camp Patrick Henry, Virginia
Western Union Telegram
From: Camp Patrick Henry, Vir Sep 27 4:51 PM
To: Mrs. John E Scott = 4121 Commerce Street, Dal
Message: "Arrived safely expect to see you soon dont attempt to contact or write me here love. John"
Received at the Western Union office in Dallas at 5:36 PM (date-stamped on the reverse) 
  3 DEC 2019
Magness, Nellie: Adoption explained
Magness, Nellie: Adoption explained
 
  1 DEC 2019
Scott, Vivian Lucille (Howard): 1945, October 25 postcard to her mother
Scott, Vivian Lucille (Howard): 1945, October 25 postcard to her mother
Vivian mailed this postcard from Albuquerque, NM to her mother, Minnie Bertha in Arlington TX, saying: "Only a few days left before I have to return to work. How I hate to. Have had such a nice honeymoon. Coming home Friday. Will probably stop by Friday. Will tell you all about it."


Not obvious in this poignant postcard are some dates leading to the honeymoon in New Mexico. Vivian and her husband Edgar were married 13 APR 1943 in Van Zandt, Texas - about two weeks after the two met in Arlington, Texas while Edgar was on emergency leave from his unit at Camp McCoy, Wisconsin. Following their wedding, Edgar returned within days to Camp McCoy where his unit was completing training ahead of its wartime deployment to Europe. Vivian & Edgar may not have seen each other again until after Edgar returned home from his service in Europe 2.5 years later. Here is the their countdown to the honeymoon.

13 APR 1943: Vivian & Edgar are married. Edgar returns within days to Camp McCoy, WI while Vivian likely continues helping her mother manage the family farm.
01 SEP 1943: Edgar deploys from Camp McCoy to Camp Shanks, NY
17 OCT 1943: Edgar deploys from Camp Shanks with his unit to Northern Ireland
07 JUN 1944: Edgar lands on Omaha Beach, Normandy, France
18 DEC 1944: Edgar is captured and then rescued from SS troops in Germany
08 MAY 1945: Edgar is near Pilsen, Czechoslovakia on VE-Day
16 JUN 1945: Edgar is reassigned to the 799th Ordnance Company, 99th Infantry Division
17 AUG 1945: Edgar has 95 points - 10 points above the cut to qualify for early return to the USA via Operation Magic Carpet
27 SEP 1945: Edgar arrives at Camp Patrick Henry, VA
28 SEP 1945: Edgar departs Camp Patrick Henry en route Fort Sam Houston, TX
06 OCT 1945: Edgar is discharged from the Army at Fort Sam Houston
07 OCT 1945: Vivian & Edgar finalize plans for their honeymoon - 2.5 years after they were married.
25 OCT 1945: Vivian's postcard is postmarked from Albuquerque,NM to her mother, Minnie in Arlington, TX
26 OCT 1945: Vivian & Edgar return to Arlington, TX
29 OCT 1945: Vivian likely returns to work as a clerk in GMAC (General Motors Acceptance Corporation), in Dallas TX where her sister, Beulah, was also employed 

  24 NOV 2019
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  23 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 2ID Xmas Card
Scott, John Edgar: 1944 2ID Xmas Card
It is not unreasonable to surmise that the Second Division distributed the Xmas cards to the troops in early December while it was in defensive positions on the Schnee-Eifel - which technically was "Somewhere near Aachen." If correct, the cards would then have been mailed in time to be delivered in the States before Christmas.


Otherwise, from 10 Dec 1944 until mid-January 1945, the 2ID was first moving north from near St. Vith, Belgium in anticipation of offensive operations in Germany and then ultimately defending against the Germans during their Ardennes Counterattack - better known as the Battle of the Bulge.


Given that most mail sent from Europe was in the form of V-mail (microfilmed in Europe and converted back to paper in the US), these colored cards may have been mailed home in their paper form, so the Division may have distributed them in November so the troops had time to personalize them and drop them into a mail bag for transport via ship - or maybe, just maybe, flown home as an exception to normal procedure. 

  23 NOV 2019
Leverett Family - 2005-07 Email Thread by Alfred Howard
Leverett Family - 2005-07 Email Thread by Alfred Howard
 
  22 NOV 2019
Leverett Documentation: Abner Judson, Nancy E. Striplin, John Marcus & Cora Love Gilbert
Leverett Documentation: Abner Judson, Nancy E. Striplin, John Marcus & Cora Love Gilbert
This record contains research notes, presumably by Dotty L. Hall, about various Leverett family members. 
  22 NOV 2019
Leverett, Thomas J: 1834 Obituary
Leverett, Thomas J: 1834 Obituary
Died, at his residence in Troup county, Ga., on the 11th instant, THOMAS LEVERETT, Sen. in the Eightieth year of his age. Mr. Leverett had been an exemplary member of the Baptist denomination upwards of fifty years, - was long a deacon who purchased to himself a good degree and great boldness in the faith. But he is no more, here below. He has left behind him a companion, far advanced in life, to mourn for a short time hre (sic) loss, before she meets him above; together with numerous family of children, to deplore the removal of a venerated father in Christ. The subject of this notice was a steadfast, zealous Christian - charitable to the poor, and scrupulously careful of her (sic) neighbors' good names. Eternity alone will reveal his moral excellence, and the amount of good he has by the help of God, been able to accomplish for his fellow men.
The Christian Index (Macon, GA) 
  22 NOV 2019
Leverett, Thomas: 1755-1834 Dotty L Hall
Leverett, Thomas: 1755-1834 Dotty L Hall
This document was authored by Dotty Leverett Hall.

RJCarr: Dotty included manual footnotes in the top section of the document that were not properly replicated in the bottom section (of the emailed version). Further, footnote #2 in the top section matches footnote #3 at the bottom. The top section footnotes appear to be correctly sequenced. 
  22 NOV 2019
Leverett, Abner Judson: 1836-1861
Leverett, Abner Judson: 1836-1861
This document was authored by Dotty Leverett Hall. 
  22 NOV 2019
Striplin, Nancy E: 1842-1902
Striplin, Nancy E: 1842-1902
This document was authored by Dotty Leverett Hall 
  22 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Army to Release 5 Million in Year (part-2)
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Army to Release 5 Million in Year (part-2)
PARIS, Aug. 16 - Shipment home next month of almost 200,000 troops eligible for discharge on points has been scheduled under the revised troop-movement program, USFET announced today.
These troops, it was said, will include some 65,000 men in five divisions--the 63rd, 69th and 103rd Infantry, 6th Armd. and 17th Airborne--alerted for shipment on Wednesday, and 20,000 others in the 5th and 14th Armd. Divs, alerted yesterday.
The announcement said the September shipment of Services Force troops would be retarded to speed the return of combat veterans, but that the rate probably would be restored to normal in October.

Former Combat Men
Of the nearly 200,00 high-point men to return to the U.S. in September, USFET said, about 170,000 will be former combat men of the 3rd and 7th Armies and XVI Corps. The total number of troops now in ETO is about 2,375,000. Allowing 450,000 for the permanent army of occupation, this leaves about 1,925,000 to be returned home. Of this number between 200,000 and 300,000, by unofficial estimates have 85 or more points.
After deducting the army of occupation and 85-point men, the number of men to be returned home from ETO would stand, roughly, at between 1,625,00 and 1,725,000. If the rate of troop movements were to continue at the level of the last three months--almost all these troops could be moved out of Europe in six months.
USFET said low-score men to be returned to the U.S "will not be eligible for discharge at this time."


RJCarr note:
Points were awarded to servicemen based upon the following criteria:
1 point for each month of military service
1 point for each month of military service overseas
5 points for each combat award (Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Silver Star Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross, Soldier's Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Air Medal, Purple Heart - but not for the Combat Infantry Badge)
5 points for each named campaign
12 points for dependent children under the age of eighteen

John Scott had 95 points (unofficial) when the Army discharge program was published in August 1945, so he was assured an early seat on the Magic Carpet as the mass demobilization operation was termed:
48 points: military service from August 1940 to August 1945
22 points: overseas duty from Oct 1943 to August 1945
25 points: Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace, and Central Europe campaigns


To facilitate his discharge, it appears that S/SGT Scott was reassigned from the 702nd Ordnance Company (LM), 2nd Infantry Division to the 799th Ordnance Company (LM), 99th Infantry Division on 14 June 1944. He departed Europe on 17 September 1945 and was back in the USA on 27 September via an unknown troopship. The 2ID had already arrived at Camp Swift, Texas on July 22, 1945 to begin training for a possible invasion of Japan. War in the Pacific Theater ended before the 2ID was scheduled to sail. While in Europe, the division participated in five campaigns: Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace, and the Central Europe, while suffering 3,031 killed in action and 12,785 wounded in action.  

  17 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1943 church certificate of marriage
Scott, John Edgar: 1943 church certificate of marriage
 
  17 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Chronology (WWII Bivouac Locations)
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Chronology (WWII Bivouac Locations)
This document lists the locations that the 702nd Maintenance Company of the 2nd Infantry Division occupied in the months following their landing in Normandy. Edgar was assigned to this unit for the duration of his deployment in Europe. The locations are reflected in both the nearby Scott-John-Edgar Chronology document and in the map tack locations in Edgar's individual page on this website. After landing at Omaha Beach, on 07 June 1944 the unit moved inland to Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, France and continued its combat support operations on the mainland until 08 May 1945 when it reached Pilsen in the present day Czech Republic - a straight-line distance of 1232 kilometers. The eastward journey would be made in 36 segments; as short as 3km and as long as 701km. It does not include the return legs used to reach the French port (Le Havre) from which the 2ID would return to the USA. Those legs would not have included TSGT John Edgar Scott since he had been reassigned to the 799th Ordnance Light Maintenance Company in June 1945. Combat units almost immediately began planning redeployment to the USA - an indication of how quickly the Army was redirecting its operations towards Japan - even though some units remained as occupation forces in Germany. How Technical Sergeant Scott traveled back to the USA is not certain since the National Archives advised that the shipping records for all unit re-deployments were intentionally (and inexplicably) destroyed by the Department of the Army in about 1951. It is known that TSGT Scott arrived safely at Camp Patrick Henry, Virginia on 27 September 1945 and sent a telegram to his wife, Vivian, in Dallas, Texas acknowledging same. 
  10 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Army to Release 5 Million in Year
Scott, John Edgar: 1945 Army to Release 5 Million in Year
The Stars & Stripes cover page on 17 August, 1945 was sent home by John Scott to his wife, Vivian in Dallas, Texas, who must have been elated to read the news. In a little over 6-weeks from the date of its publication she would receive a Western Union telegram from Camp Patrick Henry, Virginia: "Arrived safely expect to see you soon dont attempt to contact or write me here love. John" (Received at the Western Union office in Dallas, Texas at 4:51 PM, 27 September, 1945.)


In the weeks subsequent to its the publication, John was transported from Pilsin, Czechoslovakia to an presumed seaport in France, arrived somewhere on the eastern seaboard of the USA and transported to Camp Patrick Henry. (Inexplicably, in 1951 the Department of the Army destroyed all passenger lists, manifests, logs of vessels, and troop movement files of United States Army Transports for World War II.)


The newspaper story read in part:
"200,000 High-Scorers Quit ETO Next Month; Combat Vets Go First
The Army will “try desperately” to release 5 million men within a year, Secretary Stimson announced. The age for discharge of enlisted personnel was cut to 38. The critical point score will be lowered when Japan shows that she accepts the surrender terms “in good faith.” Further cuts will be made as transportation becomes available. Some 200,000 high-point troops are to be shipped home from the ETO next month. Combat veterans will get preference over services forces." 

  10 NOV 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1986 Obituary
Scott, John Edgar: 1986 Obituary
M-Sgt. John E. Scott
M-Sgt. John E. Scott (Air Force, ret.), aged 64, of 24 Lakeside Drive, Hensley, died Monday. He was a veteran of World War II and the Korean war, and a member of Lakeside Country Club at Hensley, Non-Commissioned Officers Association of San Antonio, Tex., and member and past president of the Oak Park Country Club at Lytle, Tex. Survivors are his wife, Vivian Howard Scott; two daughters, Veeta Biggers of Little Rock and Lana Carr of Frankfurt, Germany; a brother, Robert C. Scott of Canton, Tex.; two sisters, Audie Whitt of Terrell, Tex., and Betty Taylor of Dallas, and three grandchildren. Graveside service will be at 10 am. Thursday in National Cemetery by Rev. Clint Burleson. Burial will be by North Little Rock Funeral Home. The family will be at 2009 Arch Street.
Arkansas Gazette (Little Rock)  
  9 NOV 2019
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  9 NOV 2019
Carr, Ralph Howard: 1896 Brooklyn Birth Certificate
Carr, Ralph Howard: 1896 Brooklyn Birth Certificate
Ralph was born at home to Ella (Downing) and Henry L. Carr. Henry, who was a physician and was noted as the attending physician. He also was the person "making this Return". Ralph was the 4th child born to Ella. Later in life (~1920) Ralph would be known as Edward H. Carr for reasons unknown. [Note, there was another Ralph Howard Carr who was born in New York and who died in Kansas. He is present on this website - but he is not related to anyone in this tree. He is listed for reference only.] 
  16 OCT 2019
Heusser, Albert H: 1913 SS Kaiser Wilhelm de Grosse Manifest
Heusser, Albert H: 1913 SS Kaiser Wilhelm de Grosse Manifest
Albert sailed from Bremen, Germany on 02 SEP 1915 as he was beginning the last leg of trip to Egypt & Palestine that was oddly termed by The Morning Call as a trip to the Orient. His stop in Europe was characterized by the paper this way: "On his return journey Mr. Heusser crossed the Mediterranean&n to southern France, spent the week in Paris, 'freshening up' his Paris lecture, and visited the International exposition at Ghent, Belgium. Continual rain made picture taking an impossibility here, and he proceeded to Bremen, where he embarked for home. The return voyage was very rough every day but one beng (sic) overcast and stormy." (That newspaper story is linked below.) He arrived in the Port of New York on 09 SEP 1915. (see line 14) 
  22 SEP 2019
Ryan, Kenneth: 1966 Body Recovered
Ryan, Kenneth: 1966 Body Recovered
Recover Bodies of 3 Airmen Killed in ‘52 Iceland Crash
Washington, Sept. I (UPI)— The bodies of three airmen who died in an airplane crash 14 years ago have been found on a glacier in Iceland, the Air Force said today. The name of one of the men was withheld until next of kin could be notified. The other two were identified as: 1st Lieut. Kenneth M. Ryan, husband of Mrs. Dorothy K. Ryan, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1st Lieut. David Lawrence Boone, husband of Mrs. Annabelle Boone, Colonial Height., Va. When it crashed, the plane was escorting a twin-engined Navy aircraft into Iceland’s Keflavik Air Base. The Navy plane had engine trouble. The Air Force plane crashed 120 miles west of Keflavik.
 
  21 SEP 2019
Kennedy, Ray: 1942-43 Company E 507th PIR Pay Rolls
Kennedy, Ray: 1942-43 Company E 507th PIR Pay Rolls
Ray is noted on page 2 of the 1943-05-01-31 pay roll where he was designated as AWOL on 16 April 1943 (1 day). The document further noted that "(H)e was not shown on prior P/R. Sol(dier) looses Prcht Pay for time AWOL."

Ray was also noted on page 2 of the 1943-09-01-30 pay roll where he was "Reduced from Cpl to Pvt per RO #174 dtd eff Aug 16/43. Not shown on prior P/R. Due US diff in pay betw Cpl over 4 yrs serv and Pvt over 4 yrs serv for period fr Aug 16/43 to Aug 31/43 incl. Cl "P" Allot of $22.00 per mo eff Sep 1/43."


Ray was noted on page 2 of the 1943-11-01-30 pay roll document where he was "Aptd Pvt 1cl fr Pvt per Co (?) dtd eff Oct 22/43. not shown on prior P/R. Due Sol(dier) dif in pay betwn Pvt 1cl over 4 yr serv and Pvt over 4 yrs serv for service fr Oct 22/43 to Oct 31/43 incl."
 
  10 SEP 2019
Carr, William A: 1917 Ship Attacked by Submarine
Carr, William A: 1917 Ship Attacked by Submarine
William A. Carr, Back Home, Tells of Thrilling Experiences on Way to France 
  3 SEP 2019
Tier: Charlotte-Smith-2000
Tier: Charlotte-Smith-2000
This is part of an exchange with Charlotte Smith on Ancestry.com about Valentine Tier. Fundamentally, we disagreed about Valentine's age - and hence any family relationship he had with Daniel Tier/Tien listed on the manifest for the ship Patience.

Further, her paper indicates that Daniel & Marie (Conte) Tier had 6 children: Matthew (1742-1742, Germany), Valentine (1743), Matthew (1744, Kleinvillers), Marie Magdalene (1747, Kleinvillers) Jean (John) (1749, Kleinvillers) and Jacob (1751, Philadelphia). On Valentine Tier's page in this tree, Carl J. Glaser is quoted "A letter written by Reverend Grant Von Blarcom indicates Valentine came to America in 1755, being 12 years old. He came with a brother and a cousin." The brother and cousin were not articulated. 
  29 AUG 2019
Ship PATIENCE Manifest: 1751 September 9
Ship PATIENCE Manifest: 1751 September 9
This transcription is a of the manifest referred to by Charlotte Smith to document the arrival of the Tiers from Europe. Her paper reads in part:
"On Sept 9 1751, the ship "Patience", commanded by Captain Hugh Steel arrived in Philadelphia, Pa. she was from Rotterdam and last from Cowes in England. On board were a group of refugees from Duermanz, near Florsheim, in Germany. the refugees were from the French Waldensian Colony who were previously in Dauphine and Provance, districts of France. As refugees to Germany, they had come there in 1699 and probably stayed there until they decided to move to the new world-American in 1751.(Rupp's 30,000 Immigrants). among the passengers on the Patience were Daniel Tiers and wife Marie Conte and children Matthew, Madeline and Jean Daniel Tiers. Also Jean Henri Tiers and wife Catherine Chapelle and children Daniel, Catherine Tiers. Also on board were relatives Etienne(Stepehn) Tiers brother to Daniel and Jean Henri, Matthew Morel and Eberhart Chapell."

The transcription records Daaniel Tien (sic), Eberhart Chappelle (sic) and Jean Henri Tien (sic). Others that were noted in the above extract of her paper are not reflected on the transcription.
 
  29 AUG 2019
Ship PATIENCE Manifest: 1750 August 11
Ship PATIENCE Manifest: 1750 August 11
 
  29 AUG 2019
Tier: Charlotte Smith - Hugenot
Tier: Charlotte Smith - Hugenot
A note for Valentine Tiers on page 8 of this document lends credence to my belief that Valentine's relationship to the Tier family in the document is tenuous at best (notwithstanding my wish that the linkage is accurate):

"Notes for VALENTINE TIERS:Valentine in 1790 directory of NY City. Moved after 1807. Not on 1790 census.Not sure he belongs in the family of Mathew . I followed him in New York City and he is living near all these people. This marriage to Ann might be a second marriage as he is about 40..not sure on him"

 
  29 AUG 2019
Carr: Cedar Lawn Cemetery burial card (back)
Carr: Cedar Lawn Cemetery burial card (back)
Eleven (11) bodies were buried in this otherwise unmarked Carr family plot. In accordance with their numbered graves they are:

10) Minnie Carr (age 0-years, 7-months, 22-days),
09) Warren L. Carr (age 3-years, 4-months, 10-days),
03) Eliza Drury (age 49-years, 0-months, 0-days),
03) Amelia M. Donnelly (age 32-years, 4-months, 0-days),
08) Marion Carr (age 0-years, 11-months, 23-days),
01) William S. Carr (age 78-years, 2-months, 16-days),
02) Eliza A. Carr (age 86-years, 0-months, 0-days Ex.)
01) William A. Carr (age 55-years, 6-months, 8-days),
04) Elizabeth D. Carr (age 56-years),
11) Elizabeth D. Chapman Carney (Ex.)

A. Two bodies may have been exhumed (Ex.): Eliza A Carr and Elizabeth D Chapman Carr.
B. Minnie was a nickname for Mary Amelia Carr.
C. Marion was also known as Marian and Marcia. Whether Marion is a typo cannot be clarified since there is no gravestone for the 11-month, 23-day old child.
D. Eliza Drury has not been identified as of September, 2012.  
  25 JUN 2019
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  13 JUN 2019
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
  12 JUN 2019
Dozier Records - Georgia Archives 1997
Dozier Records - Georgia Archives 1997
This sheet was found in a Dozier family folder at the Georgia Archives in 1997. Relevant notes were copied into the individual pages as Notes. 
  12 JUN 2019
Taylor, Mary Neely Bible Record
Taylor, Mary Neely Bible Record
 
  12 JUN 2019
Burrell Leverett Bible Records dated 1795
Burrell Leverett Bible Records dated 1795
The document reflects pages 225 & 226 of Jasper County,Georgia Bible Records. 
  12 JUN 2019
Barron, Thomas & Mary Neely Taylor Bible Records
Barron, Thomas & Mary Neely Taylor Bible Records
 
  12 JUN 2019
Barron, Archibald Manuscript 1977 James Alexander Barron
Barron, Archibald Manuscript 1977 James Alexander Barron
Per the forward of the attached document: "This is a direct reproduction of a manuscript prepared by:
JAMES ALEXANDER BARRON
Born: July 12, 1878
Died: May 3, 1939
(See page 140)
In 1977, the original manuscript was kept in the safe of he Barron Funeral Home, Chester, S.C."

This PDF version of the manuscript is incomplete; it includes the forward and page 30 throuigh page 60. Pages 30-42 are an overview of the first generation. Page 43 notes that Archibald and Elizabeth (Ingram Barron) had for children: Elizabeth, John, Thomas and William. Page 43 commences Chapter # One which is an overview of Elizabeth's descendants. Page 60 begins chapter # Two (John), so by deduction, chapters 3 and 4 would logically address descendants of Thomas and William. Those last three chapters are not included in this PDF.

 
  12 JUN 2019
Barron, Archibald -- and Some of His Descendants
Barron, Archibald -- and Some of His Descendants
This document was complied by Joseph E. Hart in 1977, a copy of which was obtained from the York County Library, Rock Hill, SC. The copy from which this PDF was created was thought to have been made by Eldon & Martha Howard. The document captures 5-generations of Archibald BARRON's descendants. 
  12 JUN 2019
Blay, Grace I. (Kindt): 2000 Obituary
Blay, Grace I. (Kindt): 2000 Obituary
 
  12 JUN 2019
Bartine, Stephen J: 1850  Death Notice
Bartine, Stephen J: 1850 Death Notice
 
  12 JUN 2019
Barron Family - Ebenezer Presbyterian Cemetery
Barron Family - Ebenezer Presbyterian Cemetery
Eldon and Martha HOWARD diagrammed the BARRON family graves found in the Ebenezer Presbyterian Cemetery in York County, SC. Pen & pencil edits to the document may have been made by Eldon's brother Alfred. 
  12 JUN 2019
Barron, Archibald and Some of his Descendants (Compiled 1973)
Barron, Archibald and Some of his Descendants (Compiled 1973)
This document was complied by Joseph E. Hart in 1977, a copy of which was obtained from the York County Library, Rock Hill, SC. The copy from which this PDF was created was thought to have been made by Eldon & Martha Howard. The document captures 5-generations of Archibald BARRON's descendants. 
  12 JUN 2019
Crockett Family Cemetery, Randolph County, Alabama
Crockett Family Cemetery, Randolph County, Alabama
"This cemetery [listed as Stewart Family Cemetery on Find-a-Grave] consists of six graves covered and built up with rocks. There are three adult-sized graves and three children graves. There are no markers on any of the graves. Family members and descendants have identified these graves as the graves of:

Stewart, John Franklin - born date unknown in Polk County, Georgia;

Stewart, Martha Frances Davis -- wife of John Franklin Stewart

Williams, Martha Stewart -- Daughter of John Franklin and Martha Frances Davis Stewart; her husband was killed in the Civil War - burial unknown

Three infants--------descendants of John Franklin Stewart
One of the three is identified as the daughter of Mary Ann Stewart Crockett

Total of 6 graves
6 unmarked graves

Survey was completed March 15, 1989."

RJCarr, 11 June 2019: Document compiler unknown. While the record lists six graves, the related Find-a-Grave cemetery lists seven graves -- even then, the set of names are not consistent. Only John Franklin Stewart and Martha Frances Davis Stewart are in both listings. Of course, Robert Lee Kelley (1948-2004) would not be on the linked document since he was buried after the survey was conducted. The document offers an explanation for who might be buried in the cemetery that Find-a-Grave does not provide, notwithstanding a note linked to the Find-a-Gave memorial for Garnet Homesley Holmes record that offers a diagram of the cemetery. The Find-a-Grave memorials does not reflect the burial of any child. None of the Find-a-Grave memorials has a photo of the respective grave.

A third listing of possible graves was provided by Marilyn M. Girardi in July 2001 for use in USGenWeb Archives. Once more, the names thought to be associated with the graves are inconsistent.

No family members from CarrFamilyTree are known to be buried in the cemetery even though the document was in Alfred Howard's estate papers.

Neither listing provides LAT-LON coordinates.

See the seven memorials on Find-a-Grave: Stewart Family Cemetery.  
  11 JUN 2019
Scott, John Edgar: 1921 Texas Birth Certificate (Delayed)
Scott, John Edgar: 1921 Texas Birth Certificate (Delayed)
 
  11 JUN 2019
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1918 WWI Draft Card
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1918 WWI Draft Card
His birth year does not match other records; most carry the year as 1873. 
  6 JUN 2019
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1926 New York Passenger Manifest
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1926 New York Passenger Manifest
 
  6 JUN 2019
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1905 New York Census
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1905 New York Census
 
  6 JUN 2019
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1923 SS Rosalind Manifest
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1923 SS Rosalind Manifest
David sailed from St John's Newfoundland on 1 September 1923 and arrived at the Port of New York on 6 September 1923. He listed his address as 325 Grand Ave, Brooklyn, NY and his naturalization in Brooklyn, Kings County on 25 June 1923. Other passengers were added after the 9:45 posting by the crew.

Ancestry.com: The SS Rosalind was built in 1911, and initially named the Lady Gwendolen. In 1919, she was purchased from Dundee, Perth & London Shipping Co., and renamed the SS Rosalind (3rd ship with the same name). The Rosalind was used on the St. John's to New York run as a replacement for the Florizel. In 1929, she was part of the sale when Bowrings sold the Red Cross Line to the Bermuda & West Indies SS Co., Hamilton. She was sold in 1936 to Yugoslavia and renamed Lovcen. 
  6 JUN 2019
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1898 New York Marriage Certificate
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1898 New York Marriage Certificate
and Catherine Goss  
  6 JUN 2019
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1898 New York Marriage Certificate
Ryan, David J. Sr: 1898 New York Marriage Certificate
and Catherine Goss 
  6 JUN 2019
Ryan, David G: 1900 NY Birth Certificate
Ryan, David G: 1900 NY Birth Certificate
 
  6 JUN 2019
Ryan, David G: 1918 Army Transport SS Lapland
Ryan, David G: 1918 Army Transport SS Lapland
Name: David Ryan
Departure Date: 19 Jan 1919
Departure Place: Brest, France
Arrival Date: 19 Jan 1918
Arrival Place: New York
Address: 754 Eat 168th Street
Residence Place: New York, New York
Mother: Catherine Ryan
Ship: LAPLAND
Military Unit: HQ.BET 6TH BMORJ
Rank: Private
Service Number: 3,047,374
Notes: BREST CASUAL COMPANY NO. 214 
  6 JUN 2019

Headstones

 Thumb   Description   Cemetery   Status   Linked to   Last Modified 
Carr: William Seward family plot
Carr: William Seward family plot
The Carr family plot contains two headstones, despite there being 11 bodies buried there. William Seward Carr does not have a headstone. The stone for his son, William Adam, is in the foreground and Elizabeth Chapman Carney's (wife of James Carney) is in the near background. William Adam Carr's grandfather, Adam Carr, is buried in another family plot roughly 40 yards to the right (in this view) and across Union Avenue. (See cemetery diagram on this web site.) 
Cedar Lawn Cemetery
Section 5 Lot 164 
Located    19 JUN 2020
Ryan, David J. Sr: (1872-1944)
Ryan, David J. Sr: (1872-1944)
The headstone is in the row facing the fence line to the north of St Augustine and St. Agnes section. The grave contains six sets of remains as linked on this site: Catherine (Gosse) Ryan, David J Ryan Sr., daughter Helen M (Ryan) Ebbitt, daughter Kathleen Ryan and her husband Thomas Lawless as well as David Jr. who is not marked on the headstone. Holy Cross Cemetery is divided into what appear to be parish sections: St Augustine, St. Agnes, St Francis, St John, St Micheal's, Holy Name, etc. Cemetery diagram is linked to the cemetery on this website. 
Holy Cross Cemetery
St Augustine Row 418-419 
Located    6 JUN 2019
Carr, Louis D: Headstone
Carr, Louis D: Headstone
 
Carroll City Cemetery Located    16 JUN 2018
Carr, John Louis: 1926-2016 Headstone back
Carr, John Louis: 1926-2016 Headstone back
 
Arlington National Cemetery     16 JUN 2018
Carr, John Louis: 1926-2016 Headstone
Carr, John Louis: 1926-2016 Headstone
 
Arlington National Cemetery     16 JUN 2018
Cain Family Plot
Cain Family Plot
 
Oakwood Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Fadden, Edward J: 1889-1916
Fadden, Edward J: 1889-1916
and Mary Francis 
Saint Patricks Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Fadden, Patrick W: 1859-1918
Fadden, Patrick W: 1859-1918
and Catherine 1863-1918
Margaret
John 
Saint Patricks Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Fadden, Edward J: 1889-1916
Fadden, Edward J: 1889-1916
 
Saint Patricks Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Cox, Sarah (Elliott): 1844-1918
Cox, Sarah (Elliott): 1844-1918
 
Myrtle Springs Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Farmer, Mary Lucy (Brown): 1843-1893
Farmer, Mary Lucy (Brown): 1843-1893
 
Sharpsburg Baptist Church Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Terry, Edith: 1909-1990
Terry, Edith: 1909-1990
 
Mount Pleasant Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Malone, Warren: 1906-1977
Malone, Warren: 1906-1977
 
Mount Pleasant Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Fadden, Michael: 1860-1933
Fadden, Michael: 1860-1933
 
Saint Patricks Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Malone, Samuel Carson: 1876-1936
Malone, Samuel Carson: 1876-1936
 
Mount Pleasant Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Malone, Mollie (Tilton): 1881-1979
Malone, Mollie (Tilton): 1881-1979
 
Mount Pleasant Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Malone, Samuel Carson & Mollie
Malone, Samuel Carson & Mollie
 
Mount Pleasant Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Cox, Maggie: 1883-1913.
Cox, Maggie: 1883-1913.
 
Myrtle Springs Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Box, Maggie: 1883-1913
Box, Maggie: 1883-1913
 
Myrtle Springs Cemetery     15 JUN 2018
Franks, Henry: 1822-1920
Franks, Henry: 1822-1920
 
Greenbriar Cemetery     23 FEB 2018
Box Metta E: 1870-1899
Box Metta E: 1870-1899
 
Myrtle Springs Cemetery     15 OCT 2017
Box, Walter: 1888-1890
Box, Walter: 1888-1890
 
Myrtle Springs Cemetery Located    14 OCT 2017
Kail, Margaret E (Quinlan): 1950 tombstone
Kail, Margaret E (Quinlan): 1950 tombstone
 
Rock Island Memorial Park Cemetery Located    8 APR 2017
Leverett, Columbus Andrew (1875-1954)
Leverett, Columbus Andrew (1875-1954)
 
Restland Cemetery
Sec E Blk E 
    7 MAR 2016
Carr Family Plot
Carr Family Plot
Fair Lawn Cemetery 
Fair Lawn Memorial Cemetery     18 NOV 2015
Carr, Adam (1831-1893)
Carr, Adam (1831-1893)
Carr, Sarah Elizabeth Tier (1828-1910) 
Cedar Lawn Cemetery Located    18 NOV 2015
Dozier, James Stapler (1843-1935)
Dozier, James Stapler (1843-1935)
 
Oakland Cemetery     15 JUL 2015
Harris, Earl Wayne (1901-1986)
Harris, Earl Wayne (1901-1986)
Not in tree since his relationship is not yet established. He is buried in a plot along with his wife Mary Gibson (Poole) Harris and with James Lemuel Poole (1877-1954) and James wife Ada Catherine (Gibson) Poole (1891-1950). Photos of all may have been taken in the cemetery because of the Poole name - under the assumption that they were related to the nearby Wight and Redding families. 
Oak Hill Cemetery     15 JUL 2015
Bocquel, Pierre: 1916 Catenoy Cemetery Picardy, France
Bocquel, Pierre: 1916 Catenoy Cemetery Picardy, France
Not in the tree; noted here since his name is similar to Pierre Boquel who is in this tree. The Boquel family in this tree has yet to linked to relatives in France. 
     15 JUL 2015
Howell, Evan Sparks: 1823-1863
Howell, Evan Sparks: 1823-1863
 
Upper Greens Creek Cemetery     15 JUL 2015
Carney, Elizabeth (Chapman): 1914 1978
Carney, Elizabeth (Chapman): 1914 1978
Her husband, James F. Carney (1920-2004), is buried in North Miami Beach, Dade, Florida according to Carney family records. 
Fair Lawn Memorial Cemetery Located    4 MAY 2015
Burrows, William Adelaide (Box:) (1837-1937)
Burrows, William Adelaide (Box:) (1837-1937)
 
Old North Church Cemetery     4 MAY 2015
Leverett, Nicholas Tompkins (1840-1917)
Leverett, Nicholas Tompkins (1840-1917)
 
Park Lawn Cemetery     26 APR 2015
Arnall, Frank: 1854-1885
Arnall, Frank: 1854-1885
 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Austin, John N: 1847 1928
Austin, John N: 1847 1928
 
Providence Baptist Church Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Barber, John L: (1770-1848)
Barber, John L: (1770-1848)
 
     9 APR 2015
Box, Frankie: (1869-1935)
Box, Frankie: (1869-1935)
 
Old North Church Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Box, Mary Elizabeth (High): 1873-1964
Box, Mary Elizabeth (High): 1873-1964
 
White Rose Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Bradfield, Jobe H: 1919-1999
Bradfield, Jobe H: 1919-1999
 
Fort Logan National Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Brewster, James Pendleton (1882-1929)
Brewster, James Pendleton (1882-1929)
"He gave his life to save another"

"Greater love hath no man than this. That a man lay down his life for his friends."

His death certificate indicated that Jame was asphyxiated when he entered "a silo in which gas had formed in a attempt to rescue the life of Sam Bolton who was dead in the silo." 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Brewster, Martha Wright (1887-1976)
Brewster, Martha Wright (1887-1976)
 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Burrows, David: 1852-1888
Burrows, David: 1852-1888
 
Old North Church Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Burrows, Elizabeth Beatrice (King): 1811-1889
Burrows, Elizabeth Beatrice (King): 1811-1889
 
Old North Church Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Cain, Ellen M: 1860-1884
Cain, Ellen M: 1860-1884
 
Oakwood Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Cain, Ellen Maria (Walker) 1860-1883
Cain, Ellen Maria (Walker) 1860-1883
 
Oakwood Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Cain, John R: 1863-1890
Cain, John R: 1863-1890
 
Oakwood Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Cain, Maria Ellen (Walker) 1860-1884
Cain, Maria Ellen (Walker) 1860-1884
 
Oakwood Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Carney, James: undated
Carney, James: undated
 
Cedar Lawn Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Carr, Ada (1902-1976)
Carr, Ada (1902-1976)
 
Locust Valley Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Carr, Mary Amelia
Carr, Mary Amelia
 
Sandy Hill Cemetery
Sec 5 Lot 164 
Located    9 APR 2015
Cerkoff, Samuel Arthur (1899-1931)
Cerkoff, Samuel Arthur (1899-1931)
 
Mount Zion Cemetery
Range 7, Grave 5 LSB 
Not yet located    9 APR 2015
Chapman, Philip (1873-1941)
Chapman, Philip (1873-1941)
This photo offers context for the family plot. 
 Located    9 APR 2015
Coyle, Patrick (1844-1925)
Coyle, Patrick (1844-1925)
RJCarr: Dennis' presence in the plot is subject to review of documentation to be provided by Marie Z on Find-a-Grave.. 
Saint Michaels Cemetery
The cemetery diagram on this site reflects that Patrick owned plots 19 & 20 in Section 2, Range 3. 
Located    9 APR 2015
Crow, Nancy: 1825-1907
Crow, Nancy: 1825-1907
 
Greenbriar Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Downing Carr Family Plot
Downing Carr Family Plot
 
Locust Valley Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Downing, Benjamin: 1830-1894
Downing, Benjamin: 1830-1894
 
Locust Valley Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Downing, Charity: 1786-1876
Downing, Charity: 1786-1876
 
East Hillside Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Downing, Lydia: 1824-1888
Downing, Lydia: 1824-1888
 
East Hillside Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Downing, William: 1823-1909
Downing, William: 1823-1909
 
East Hillside Cemetery     9 APR 2015
Dozier, Alonso Truett (1894-1971)
Dozier, Alonso Truett (1894-1971)
 
Rose Hill Memorial Gardens     9 APR 2015
Dunn Family Plot
Dunn Family Plot
 
Laurel Grove Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Fadden, Alice C: 1895-1982
Fadden, Alice C: 1895-1982
 
 Located    9 APR 2015
Farmer, Elizabeth Arnall (1835-1872)
Farmer, Elizabeth Arnall (1835-1872)
 
Sharpsburg Baptist Church Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Farmer, John James (1825-1899)
Farmer, John James (1825-1899)
 
Sharpsburg Baptist Church Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Farmer, John James (1825-1899)
Farmer, John James (1825-1899)
 
Sharpsburg Baptist Church Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston family plot in Oak Hill Cemetery, Newnan, GA
Featherston family plot in Oak Hill Cemetery, Newnan, GA
The graves for Bessie Featherston and M.A.F. are not yet linked to persons. Clarifying information would be gladly received. 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston monument
Featherston monument
 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston, Annie E: 1860-1870
Featherston, Annie E: 1860-1870
 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston, Bessie
Featherston, Bessie
Bessie had not been associated with a family. Yet. Suggestions are welcome. 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston, Edward Pitts (1846-1882)
Featherston, Edward Pitts (1846-1882)
 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston, John Henry, Jr. (1922-1945)
Featherston, John Henry, Jr. (1922-1945)
 
Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston, Joseph Ernest (1863-1933)
Featherston, Joseph Ernest (1863-1933)
 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston, Laura Grant Dubose (1860-1944)
Featherston, Laura Grant Dubose (1860-1944)
 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston, Lucius H (1814-1886)
Featherston, Lucius H (1814-1886)
 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015
Featherston, Lucius H (1814-1886)
Featherston, Lucius H (1814-1886)
CSA: 56 Georgia Infantry, Company K 
Oak Hill Cemetery Located    9 APR 2015

Histories

 Thumb   Description   Linked to   Last Modified 
Scott, John Edgar: 2011 A Texas Veteran's Story
Scott, John Edgar: 2011 A Texas Veteran's Story
In 1959 Edgar purchased a 20-acre farm in south Texas thru the Texas Veteran's Land Board. The ensuing 25 years is a marvelous story of success - the American way. The story of his farm in Lytle, TX is captured in this document. 
  3 APR 2016
Leverett, Nicholas T: 2011 Confederate Veteran
Leverett, Nicholas T: 2011 Confederate Veteran
When Nicholas Thompkins Leverett was first added to the family tree I knew only that NT was the great-great-grandfather of my bride, Lana (Scott) Carr and that he was a Confederate veteran. Initially, I was satisfied with that limited knowledge and did not pursue more detail. After writing and posting a story to CarrFamilyTree.com about Lana's father, MSG John Edgar Scott, I sought more information about NT. 
  2 NOV 2015
Stallard, Clara Ashe (Carr): 2011 - A Postmortem
Stallard, Clara Ashe (Carr): 2011 - A Postmortem
Clara's cremated remains were discovered in 2008 by the occupant of a home in Orem, Utah. That find enabled Clara to be returned to her family - even if the details of how she got lost in the first place remain but a guess. The story at the link is the result of collaboration by two researchers on opposite sides of her marriage.  
  2 NOV 2015
Howard, Tillmer D: 1942-1944 & the 6th Armored Infantry Regiment
Howard, Tillmer D: 1942-1944 & the 6th Armored Infantry Regiment
While Tillmer Howard was enduring basic training, his eventual unit, the 6th Armored Infantry Regiment, conducted training maneuvers with British units in Northern Ireland. Then in September 1942, two battalions left Ireland for England and additional training with British units. In October the two battalions again boarded ships as part of Operation Torch - combat operations in North Africa. 
  2 NOV 2015
Carr, Louis Drury: 2012 Educator and Grand Knight
Carr, Louis Drury: 2012 Educator and Grand Knight
Initially this biography, based simply upon memories, was a single page long and thus proved to be a great disappointment to say the least - surely more could be learned with a modicum of effort! After researching his WWI service - which proved to be an education in itself - many other details fell into place. As with the other histories on this website - all veterans - I am indebted to family members for their contributions - the errors are all mine and will be corrected when brought to my attention.  
  17 FEB 2015
Pate, James Elvie: 1944 A Tough 'Ombre
Pate, James Elvie: 1944 A Tough 'Ombre
In December 1941, James Elvie Pate was a 32-year-old, single ranch hand on the Tommy Brook Ranch in west Texas and a base violin player in a local band. By April 1942 he had joined the U.S. Army and was assigned to the 90th Infantry Division – the Tough ‘Ombres. Two years later he was a married sergeant aboard a ship passing by the Statue of Liberty - bound for England and eventual participation in the landings on Utah Beach. Four days following that landing and within several miles of the beach he was wounded and sent back to England for treatment. Upon return to France he fought in the operation known as the Falaise Pocket. Just days before that battle was won, Sergeant Pate paid the ultimate sacrifice. Years later his only sister fought to have her Tough ‘Ombre returned home to Texas.

The story of Sergeant Pate's service reflects the great care his niece took to collect and retain artifacts of his service and her graciousness in sharing them with the author.

The booklet is available @ www.TheBookPatch.com and searching for "Sergeant James Elvie Pate" 
  17 FEB 2015
Boquel, Francois: 1895
Boquel, Francois: 1895
Francois immigrated from Alsace-Loraine to the United States sometime in the 1850s. His biography was prepared based upon census records, newspaper articles and a few family reminiscences. 
  25 MAY 2014

Videos

 Thumb   Description   Linked to   Last Modified 
Carr, Regis John II: 2012 Rehearsal Supper Program Video
Carr, Regis John II: 2012 Rehearsal Supper Program Video
This video was prepared by a friend of the family (Tom C.) for Regis and Lana Carr to present during Jack & Courtney's rehearsal supper at Churchill's Pub & Restaurant in Savannah, GA.

Although a bit slow to load, it is well worth your time if you have any connection to Jack and his very lovely bride, Courtney. 
  23 FEB 2014

Death Certificate

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Howard, Wanda Delores:1943 Texas Death Certificate
Howard, Wanda Delores:1943 Texas Death Certificate
 
  10 OCT 2020
Williamson, Warren: 1933 Indiana Death Certificate
Williamson, Warren: 1933 Indiana Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Stewart, Ulyss Columbus: 1958 Texas Death Certificate
Stewart, Ulyss Columbus: 1958 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Stewart, Joseph Lycurgus: 1948 Texas Death Certificate
Stewart, Joseph Lycurgus: 1948 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Spencer, Ralph Reed: 1935 Michigan Death Certificate
Spencer, Ralph Reed: 1935 Michigan Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Scott, Louella (Vaughan): 1970 Texas Death Certificate
Scott, Louella (Vaughan): 1970 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Scott, Lon Walker: 1970 Texas Death Certificate
Scott, Lon Walker: 1970 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Scott, Delia (Freestone): 1970 Texas Death Certificate
Scott, Delia (Freestone): 1970 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Scott, Daniel Bradford: 1945 Texas Death Certificate
Scott, Daniel Bradford: 1945 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Scoggins, Annie Juanita (Reneau): 1966 TX Death Certificate
Scoggins, Annie Juanita (Reneau): 1966 TX Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Ottwell, John J: 1953 Texas Death Certificate
Ottwell, John J: 1953 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Meador, Maudie Mabel (McKinzie): 1957 Texas Death Certificate
Meador, Maudie Mabel (McKinzie): 1957 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Meade, D. Louisa (Downing): 1930 Michigan Death Certificate
Meade, D. Louisa (Downing): 1930 Michigan Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
McWhorter, Callie Julia (Magness): 1961 Texas Death Certificate
McWhorter, Callie Julia (Magness): 1961 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Long, William Alva: 1972 Texas Death Certificate
Long, William Alva: 1972 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Lester, Nannie (Owen): 1971 VA Death Certificate
Lester, Nannie (Owen): 1971 VA Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Lester, Howard: 1987 VA Death Certificate
Lester, Howard: 1987 VA Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Lee, Clyde William: 1972 Texas Death Certificate
Lee, Clyde William: 1972 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Kier, James P: 1947 PA Death Certificate
Kier, James P: 1947 PA Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Kean, Sara Frances (Dozier): 1934 GA Death Certificate.jpg
Kean, Sara Frances (Dozier): 1934 GA Death Certificate.jpg
 
  19 DEC 2019
Kean, May Bell (Keese): 1927 GA Death Certificate
Kean, May Bell (Keese): 1927 GA Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Kean, Albert Dozier: 1937 GA Death Certificate
Kean, Albert Dozier: 1937 GA Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Howard, Eva (Lewellen): 1939 Texas Death Certificate
Howard, Eva (Lewellen): 1939 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Hogue, Willie P: 1963 Texas Death Certificate
Hogue, Willie P: 1963 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Hadley, William: 1980 Texas Death Certificate
Hadley, William: 1980 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Hadley, Jerome: 1919 TN Death Certificate
Hadley, Jerome: 1919 TN Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Hadley, Dock Hart: 1956 Texas Death Certificate
Hadley, Dock Hart: 1956 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Farrington, Robert: 1906 Michigan Death Certificate
Farrington, Robert: 1906 Michigan Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Fant, Edward William: 1975 Texas Death Certificate
Fant, Edward William: 1975 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Ewell, Infant: 1919 Tennessee Death Certificate
Ewell, Infant: 1919 Tennessee Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Essary, Henry Howell: 1972 Texas Death Certificate
Essary, Henry Howell: 1972 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Dozier, John Green: 1937 GA Death Certificate
Dozier, John Green: 1937 GA Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Downing, Henry W: 1911 Michigan Death Certificate
Downing, Henry W: 1911 Michigan Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Doughty, William M.S.: 1859 PA Death Certificate
Doughty, William M.S.: 1859 PA Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
DeBusk, George Leslie: 1924 TX Death Certificate
DeBusk, George Leslie: 1924 TX Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Daffron, Ellen Jane (Kennedy): 1938 Texas Death Certificate
Daffron, Ellen Jane (Kennedy): 1938 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Crider, W.C. 1923 Texas Death Certificate
Crider, W.C. 1923 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Cox, Martha Jane Kennedy: 1965 Texas Death Certificate
Cox, Martha Jane Kennedy: 1965 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Cea, John M: 1965 PA Death Certificate
Cea, John M: 1965 PA Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Calhoun, Laura Rather: 1967 TX Death Certificate
Calhoun, Laura Rather: 1967 TX Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Calhoun, Laura (Rather): 1967 TX Death Certificate Correction
Calhoun, Laura (Rather): 1967 TX Death Certificate Correction
 
  19 DEC 2019
Brannen, James Harris: 1981 Texas Death Certificate
Brannen, James Harris: 1981 Texas Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Boyd, Maggie Mae (Rather): 1954 TX Death Certificate
Boyd, Maggie Mae (Rather): 1954 TX Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Bitzer, Elizabeth (Neidig): 1940 Iowa Death Certificate
Bitzer, Elizabeth (Neidig): 1940 Iowa Death Certificate
 
  19 DEC 2019
Abbe, Clint: 1968 Texas Death Certificate
Abbe, Clint: 1968 Texas Death Certificate
Clint's cert was downloaded o/a July 2016 and finally an attempt was made to link to the tree on 30 June 2019 - but after lightening took out our Fixed Wireless and botched up the tree on the PC. This Clint may not be related. 
  3 DEC 2019
Aldridge, Martha (Davidson): 1935 GA Death Certificate
Aldridge, Martha (Davidson): 1935 GA Death Certificate
 
  30 JUN 2019
Abbe, John Mitchell: 1959 Texas Death Certificate
Abbe, John Mitchell: 1959 Texas Death Certificate
Need to link I31895 to this file. 
  30 JUN 2019
Noble, Christopher A: 1957 PA Death Certificate
Noble, Christopher A: 1957 PA Death Certificate
 
  13 JUN 2019
Blay, Hattie (Moyer): 1951 PA Death Certificate
Blay, Hattie (Moyer): 1951 PA Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Williams, Sallie (Chappell): 1921 Iowa Death Certificate
Williams, Sallie (Chappell): 1921 Iowa Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Hirsch, William G: 1978 Indiana Death Certificate
Hirsch, William G: 1978 Indiana Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Hagman, James William: 1953 Texas Death Certificate
Hagman, James William: 1953 Texas Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Hagman, Carl O: 1963 Texas Death Certificate
Hagman, Carl O: 1963 Texas Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Daffron, Zimoriah Henderson: 1946 Texas Death Certificate
Daffron, Zimoriah Henderson: 1946 Texas Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Brennan, Mary (Leysen): 1935 Iowa Death Certificate
Brennan, Mary (Leysen): 1935 Iowa Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Bledsoe, William Dyde: 1963 Texas Death Certificate
Bledsoe, William Dyde: 1963 Texas Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Arnold, Helen (Leysen): 1928 Iowa Death Certificate
Arnold, Helen (Leysen): 1928 Iowa Death Certificate
 
  12 JUN 2019
Williams, Wayne: 1931 VA Death Certificate
Williams, Wayne: 1931 VA Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Vestal, John W: 1979 IN Death Certificate
Vestal, John W: 1979 IN Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Vestal, Allan Robert: 1967 IN Death Certificate
Vestal, Allan Robert: 1967 IN Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Sledge, Magnus Needum: 1912 Texas Death Certificate
Sledge, Magnus Needum: 1912 Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Rolfes, Evelyn Anna: 1926 Iowa Death Certificate
Rolfes, Evelyn Anna: 1926 Iowa Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Minor, Frank: 1962 PA Death Certificate
Minor, Frank: 1962 PA Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Lout, Billy Fred: 1980 Texas Death Certificate
Lout, Billy Fred: 1980 Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Jones, Wilburn H: 1949 Texas Death Certificate
Jones, Wilburn H: 1949 Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Harrington, Y J: Texas Death Certificate
Harrington, Y J: Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
George, William: 1917 PA Death Certificate
George, William: 1917 PA Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
George, Herbert C: 1953 PA Death Certificate
George, Herbert C: 1953 PA Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Fulkerson, Mary Etta (Shands): Texas Death Certificate
Fulkerson, Mary Etta (Shands): Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Freeman, Lida (Shands): 1927 Texas Death Certificate
Freeman, Lida (Shands): 1927 Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Foster, Thomas Lee: 1925 TN Death Certificate
Foster, Thomas Lee: 1925 TN Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Foster, Everett: 1912 TN Death Certificate
Foster, Everett: 1912 TN Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Cole, J. D.: 1951 Texas Death Certificate
Cole, J. D.: 1951 Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Cole, Eva Gladys (Phillips): 1973 Texas Death Certificate
Cole, Eva Gladys (Phillips): 1973 Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018
Carelli, Gloria: 1929 Texas Death Certificate
Carelli, Gloria: 1929 Texas Death Certificate
 
  20 DEC 2018

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born   Location   Tree | Branch   Last Modified 
I10337 
KEHOE, Theresa H. 
b. 23 DEC 1850  Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USA  Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
I10225 
HOPPER, Mary Anne 
b. 29 NOV 1812  Pequannock, Morris, New Jersey, USA  Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
I10436 
KEHOE, Elizabeth 
b. 13 NOV 1837  Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USA  Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
I7637 
LEVERETT, Susie Lou 
b. 6 SEP 1876  Milltown, Chambers, Alabama, USA  Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
I24442 
DAVIS, Alonzo Edward 
b. 26 SEP 1869  Alabama, USA  Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
I10299 
KEHOE, Patrick 
b. 1805  Ireland  Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
I1130 
CHAPMAN, Robert William 
b. 31 OCT 1927  Paterson, Passaic, New Jersey, USA  Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
I27856 
WEBB, NN 
b.   Hephzibah, Richmond, Georgia, USA  Carr-Scott 22 OCT 2020
I17153 
DICKEY, Irene Beatrice 
b. 18 OCT 1917  Webbers Falls, Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA  Carr-Scott 22 OCT 2020
I12281 
HIGGINBOTHAM, Mack Wyatt 
b. 31 JAN 1925  Dallas, Dallas, Texas, USA  Carr-Scott 12 OCT 2020
I12840 
WHALEY, Earnest William 
b. 02 JAN 1897  Richland, Navarro, Texas, USA  Carr-Scott 9 OCT 2020
I12844 
KIRKPATRICK, Ira 
b. 01 JUN 1900  Texas, USA  Carr-Scott 9 OCT 2020
I34565 
KAUFAMAN, Sol 
   Carr-Scott 9 OCT 2020
I34567 
ANDRESS, Bettie Virginia 
b. 19 NOV 1910   Carr-Scott 8 OCT 2020
I34566 
WHALEY, James 
b. 01 FEB 1907  McNeil, Columbia, Arkansas, USA  Carr-Scott 8 OCT 2020
I33896 
CAUSEY, Ora Lorena 
b. 10 SEP 1901   Carr-Scott 8 OCT 2020
I33908 
WARE, Percie Boxtol 
b. 26 OCT 1897  Alabama, USA  Carr-Scott 8 OCT 2020
I25996 
ISBELL, George Henry 
b. 02 DEC 1849  Texas, USA  Carr-Scott 7 OCT 2020
I26006 
ISBELL, John 
b. 1818  Robertson County, Tennessee, USA  Carr-Scott 5 OCT 2020
I873 
MALONE, Samuel Carson 
b. 31 JAN 1873  Canton, Washington, Pennsylvania, USA  Carr-Scott 4 OCT 2020
I931 
MALONE, James Milton 
b. 1871  Pennsylvania, USA  Carr-Scott 4 OCT 2020
I925 
MALONE, Carson 
b. 14 JUL 1841  Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA  Carr-Scott 4 OCT 2020
I14138 
WATERS, Annie F. 
b. FEB 1864  Maryland, USA  Carr-Scott 3 OCT 2020
I34561 
BURTON, Charles F. 
b. OCT 1863  Maryland, USA  Carr-Scott 3 OCT 2020
I34559 
SLEATH, Thomas 
b.   Ireland  Carr-Scott 2 OCT 2020
I5458 
SLEATH, Sarah Ann 
b. 01 JUL 1828  Ireland  Carr-Scott 2 OCT 2020
I34560 
MALONE, John Sleath 
b. 10 JUL 1863  Burgettstown, Washington, Pennsylvania, USA  Carr-Scott 2 OCT 2020
I44 
MALONE, John 
b. 06 DEC 1830  Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA  Carr-Scott 2 OCT 2020
I34122 
BRIDGET, Mary 
b. Abt 1880   Carr-Scott 23 SEP 2020
I34558 
MCALLISTER, Joseph 
b. 1891  England  Carr-Scott 21 SEP 2020
I34552 
MCALLISTER, Francis Barry 
b. 15 AUG 1900  Durham, County Durham, England  Carr-Scott 21 SEP 2020
I34556 
MCALLISTER, John 
b. 04 MAR 1865  Shotton Colliery, County Durham, England  Carr-Scott 21 SEP 2020
I34557 
RAINEY, Catherine 
b. 12 FEB 1866  Houghton Le Spring, County Durham, England  Carr-Scott 21 SEP 2020
I34555 
MCALLISTER, Dorothy Evelyn 
b. 29 OCT 1929  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 21 SEP 2020
I34532 
MCALLISTER, Dolores June 
b. 29 MAY 1935  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 21 SEP 2020
I34554 
MCALLISTER, Helen Darlene 
b. 13 AUG 1924  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 21 SEP 2020
I34553 
DIXON, Florence Louise 
b. 30 JUL 1906  Missouri, USA  Carr-Scott 19 SEP 2020
I34516 
GARIBAY, Jesus Joseph 
b. 24 DEC 1895  Zamora, Michoacán de Ocampo, Mexico  Carr-Scott 19 SEP 2020
I8748 
SANFORD, Elizabeth Jane 
b. 07 MAR 1837  Talbotton, Talbot, Georgia, USA  Carr-Scott 17 SEP 2020
I8339 
SANFORD, Sterling Graham 
b. 03 MAY 1811  Hancock County, Georgia, USA  Carr-Scott 17 SEP 2020
I34549 
LYON, John Alex 
b. Abt 1810  Georgia, USA  Carr-Scott 16 SEP 2020
I8797 
SANFORD, Sara Jane 
b. Abt 1820   Carr-Scott 16 SEP 2020
I8798 
CRAWFORD, Robert A. 
b. 1812   Carr-Scott 16 SEP 2020
I34546 
MONIAK, Andrew Frank 
b. 03 NOV 1917  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 14 SEP 2020
I34547 
MONIAK, Rosemary 
b. 29 AUG 1920  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 11 SEP 2020
I34548 
POCEWICZ, Clement F. 
   Carr-Scott 11 SEP 2020
I34538 
MONIAK, Frank 
b. 11 SEP 1871  Poland  Carr-Scott 11 SEP 2020
I34537 
SOWA, Mary 
b. 02 FEB 1881  Poland  Carr-Scott 11 SEP 2020
I34545 
MONIAK, Anna 
b. 1914  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 11 SEP 2020
I34544 
MONIAK, Mary 
b. 1912  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 11 SEP 2020
I34543 
MILLER, Arthur 
   Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34542 
MONIAK, Frances 
b. 08 JAN 1909  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34541 
MONIAK, Joseph 
b. 1907  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34540 
KAHALI, Abigail Kiona 
b. 06 AUG 1920  Hawaii, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34539 
MONIAK, John 
b. 07 AUG 1915  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34535 
MONIAK, Cecelia 
b. 1903  Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34536 
KOZIK, Paul G. Sr. 
b. 21 AUG 1935  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34534 
KOZIK, August Paul 
b. 31 AUG 1897  Czechoslovakia  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34533 
KOZIK, Raymond August 
b. 13 MAY 1929  Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34531 
TRINH, Vasana 
b. 15 APR 1960   Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I28539 
GARIBAY, Tobias L. 
b. 23 MAY 1938  Valley Township, Kingman, Kansas, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34530 
GARIBAY, Donna 
   Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I32301 
KIER, Charles Earl Sr. 
b. 02 JAN 1922  Liberty, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I34528 
MITCHELL, June 
   Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I32297 
HECKART, Thelma 
b. 1928   Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
I4693 
KIER, James Nelson 
b. 18 JUL 1883  Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, USA  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
I34527 
WALKER, Tommy S. 
b. 02 APR 1947  Leachville, Mississippi, Arkansas, USA  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
I34525 
MAYNARD, Pascal Douglas Jr. 
b. 10 AUG 1933  Leachville, Mississippi, Arkansas, USA  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
I34526 
HETLER, Patricia Lois 
b. 09 JUL 1947  Leachville, Mississippi, Arkansas, USA  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
I14589 
COOPER, Bernard Andrew Sr. 
b. 12 JUN 1918  Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USA  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
I14591 
HARRISON, Julia Verneal 
b. 28 FEB 1934  Tuckerman, Jackson, Arkansas, USA  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
I34524 
DAVIS, NN 
   Carr-Scott 6 SEP 2020
I34519 
GARIBAY, Ruben Casaresde 
b. 16 JUL 1926  Zamora, Michoacán de Ocampo, Mexico  Carr-Scott 6 SEP 2020
I34522 
GARIBAY, Joventino C. 
b. 18 NOV 1937  Kansas, USA  Carr-Scott 6 SEP 2020
I34521 
GARIBAY, Florentino C. 
b. 18 NOV 1937  Kansas, USA  Carr-Scott 6 SEP 2020

Families
                                                                           
 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Mother's Name   Married   Tree | Branch   Last Modified 
 F599 
 I10299  Patrick KEHOE  I10225  Mary Anne HOPPER    Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
 F9377 
 I1130  Robert William CHAPMAN  I31087  Portia Shirley MATHEWS  28 OCT 1950  Carr-Scott 29 OCT 2020
 F10572 
 I34565  Sol KAUFAMAN  I12844  Ira KIRKPATRICK  Abt 1948  Carr-Scott 9 OCT 2020
 F10574 
 I34566  James WHALEY  I34567  Bettie Virginia ANDRESS    Carr-Scott 8 OCT 2020
 F10573 
 I34566  James WHALEY  I33896  Ora Lorena CAUSEY    Carr-Scott 8 OCT 2020
 F10348 
 I33908  Percie Boxtol WARE  I33896  Ora Lorena CAUSEY  28 JUL 1917  Carr-Scott 8 OCT 2020
 F10346 
 I12840  Earnest William WHALEY  I33896  Ora Lorena CAUSEY    Carr-Scott 8 OCT 2020
 F4049 
 I12840  Earnest William WHALEY  I12844  Ira KIRKPATRICK  21 JAN 1917  Carr-Scott 7 OCT 2020
 F7764 
 I26006  John ISBELL  I26007  Nancy Jannett WORMINGTON  30 MAY 1839  Carr-Scott 5 OCT 2020
 F10570 
 I34561  Charles F. BURTON  I14138  Annie F. WATERS  01 JAN 1891  Carr-Scott 3 OCT 2020
 F1958 
 I44  John MALONE  I5458  Sarah Ann SLEATH    Carr-Scott 2 OCT 2020
 F10569 
 I34559  Thomas SLEATH        Carr-Scott 2 OCT 2020
 F10568 
 I34556  John MCALLISTER  I34557  Catherine RAINEY    Carr-Scott 1 OCT 2020
 F10567 
 I34552  Francis Barry MCALLISTER  I34553  Florence Louise DIXON    Carr-Scott 21 SEP 2020
 F10560 
 I34533  Raymond August KOZIK  I34532  Dolores June MCALLISTER  09 JUL 1954  Carr-Scott 19 SEP 2020
 F2740 
 I8339  Sterling Graham SANFORD  I8340  Amanda Maria JACKSON  03 SEP 1833  Carr-Scott 17 SEP 2020
 F10566 
 I34549  John Alex LYON  I8797  Sara Jane SANFORD    Carr-Scott 16 SEP 2020
 F10562 
 I34538  Frank MONIAK  I34537  Mary SOWA    Carr-Scott 11 SEP 2020
 F10565 
 I34548  Clement F. POCEWICZ  I34547  Rosemary MONIAK    Carr-Scott 11 SEP 2020
 F10564 
 I34543  Arthur MILLER  I34542  Frances MONIAK  12 JUN 1941  Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
 F10563 
 I34539  John MONIAK  I34540  Abigail Kiona KAHALI    Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
 F10561 
 I34534  August Paul KOZIK  I34535  Cecelia MONIAK    Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
 F10559 
 I28539  Tobias L. GARIBAY  I34530  Donna GARIBAY    Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
 F10550 
 I34516  Jesus Joseph GARIBAY  I34515  Concepcion CARAREZ    Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
 F10556 
 I32301  Charles Earl KIER, Sr.  I34528  June MITCHELL    Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
 F10555 
 I32301  Charles Earl KIER, Sr.  I32297  Thelma HECKART    Carr-Scott 10 SEP 2020
 F10554 
 I34527  Tommy S. WALKER  I34526  Patricia Lois HETLER  19 APR 1965  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
 F10553 
 I34525  Pascal Douglas MAYNARD, Jr.  I34526  Patricia Lois HETLER    Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
 F10552 
 I34525  Pascal Douglas MAYNARD, Jr.  I14591  Julia Verneal HARRISON  05 MAR 1951  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
 F4517 
 I14589  Bernard Andrew COOPER, Sr.  I14588  Ione Gertrude HARRISON  06 NOV 1943  Carr-Scott 8 SEP 2020
 F10538 
 I34509  George A. UNDERHILL  I34506  Helen BELL  06 OCT 1886  Carr-Scott 19 AUG 2020
 F10548 
 I34507  William B. YOUNG  I34508  Annie M. YOUNG    Carr-Scott 19 AUG 2020
 F3536 
 I11201  Robert Townsend UNDERHILL  I11211  Rolena ALLEN  18 NOV 1858  Carr-Scott 19 AUG 2020
 F10547 
 I34507  William B. YOUNG  I34500  Hanna Louisa UNDERHILL  1905  Carr-Scott 19 AUG 2020
 F10518 
 I34505  William Budington HARRIS  I34504  Callie Wallis UNDERHILL  02 DEC 1896  Carr-Scott 18 AUG 2020
 F6773 
 I34498  Edward Roland UNDERHILL  I34499  Edith LUTTLE  1901  Carr-Scott 18 AUG 2020
 F8475 
 I10476  James Calvin PIERCE  I10475  Bess JOHNSTON    Carr-Scott 16 AUG 2020
 F10546 
 I34492  James LOWSON  I34493  Elizabeth WATSON    Carr-Scott 16 AUG 2020
 F10545 
 I34489  James KINNEAR  I34488  Mary LOWSON    Carr-Scott 16 AUG 2020
 F10544 
 I34485  Clarence Gibson HOLGATE  I34486  Margaret Alexander Watson KINNEAR  15 JUL 1914  Carr-Scott 16 AUG 2020
 F921 
 I2018  Thomas Whiteman ALEXANDER  I2019  Emaline MIDDLETON  11 MAY 1853  Carr-Scott 16 AUG 2020
 F10543 
 I2085  George J. ALEXANDER  I34484  Hedwig HASLAM    Carr-Scott 16 AUG 2020
 F10542 
 I34483  James Andrew MATHIS, Sr.  I18571  Alva ALDERMAN  13 DEC 1941  Carr-Scott 15 AUG 2020
 F10540 
 I34479  Martin Raymond SCHWALLENBERG, Sr.  I34478  Hilda May BYAN    Carr-Scott 11 AUG 2020
 F10539 
     I34477  Catherine GEARY    Carr-Scott 29 JUL 2020
 F6774 
 I22626  Joseph RITCHEY  I926  Martha Ann MALONE    Carr-Scott 29 JUL 2020
 F10537 
 I34476  Edward GEARY  I34475  Annie L. RITCHEY    Carr-Scott 29 JUL 2020
 F10536 
 I34471  Simon Huston MCDONALD  I34472  Samartha NICHOLSON    Carr-Scott 29 JUL 2020
 F6775 
 I22627  Frederick M. RITCHEY  I22628  Elizabeth MCDONALD    Carr-Scott 29 JUL 2020
 F10535 
 I34468  Harry McCoy RITCHEY  I34469  Luella BOLES    Carr-Scott 29 JUL 2020
 F585 
 I907  Richard JACKSON  I927  Mary Ann MALONE  Aft JAN 1874  Carr-Scott 29 JUL 2020
 F6053 
 I9401  Gaylord Laverne MALONE  I20545  Virginia Ruth TENNYSON  30 JUL 1942  Carr-Scott 29 JUL 2020
 F10534 
 I5468  William Tecumseh BANNISTER  I34465  Letha Ellen HAMILTON    Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F1960 
 I5468  William Tecumseh BANNISTER  I5465  Adda Alberta ISBELL    Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F1075 
 I2514  George Pendleton ISBELL, Sr.  I2515  Nannie Furman HILL  06 DEC 1877  Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F10532 
 I34456  David M. CHOMAN  I7970  Mollie Sue MALONE  20 JUN 1970  Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F10531 
 I34450  Walter Romanoff KALUTA  I34455  Lydia Vassilivna EZERSKY  05 APR 1949  Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F10529 
 I34451  William Roman KALUTA  I34452  Clotilde GOVONI  08 AUG 1945  Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F10530 
 I34454  William David DUNLAP  I34453  Jean Theresa KALUTA  28 SEP 1969  Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F10528 
 I34448  Roman Mironow KALUTA  I34449  Agafia TAREKOVICH    Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F10527 
 I34448  Roman Mironow KALUTA  I34449  Agafia TAREKOVICH    Carr-Scott 27 JUL 2020
 F6258 
 I21012  William Henry DOOLITTLE  I9690  Dorothy May ROGERS    Carr-Scott 26 JUL 2020
 F10362 
 I33960  William Burnside FORT  I9384  Marian GUSS  APR 1950  Carr-Scott 25 JUL 2020
 F10485 
 I34354  Joseph Michael LUKOSKI  I34355  Mary YASKEWWICH  25 AUG 1928  Carr-Scott 25 JUL 2020
 F1951 
 I5287  Daniel SHIPMAN, Sr.  I5425  Elizabeth BURLESON  1740  Carr-Scott 24 JUL 2020
 F6345 
 I21179  George Oliver THOMAS  I13821  Olive GRIFFIN  16 MAY 1920  Carr-Scott 23 JUL 2020
 F10513 
 I21184  Wiley ADAMS  I34424  Georgia Ann MURRAY  21 NOV 1895  Carr-Scott 23 JUL 2020
 F6346 
 I21182  Lucian Charles THOMAS  I21183  Rebecca M. KIGHT    Carr-Scott 23 JUL 2020
 F10511 
 I6954  Peter Leo WALSH        Carr-Scott 20 JUL 2020
 F2334 
 I6954  Peter Leo WALSH  I6940  Catherine KELLY    Carr-Scott 20 JUL 2020
 F9209 
 I30666  William WILLIAMS  I30664  Mary WALSH  Abt 1890  Carr-Scott 20 JUL 2020
 F10510 
 I30667  John Francis WILLIAMS  I34420  Eleanor M. FRANKLIN    Carr-Scott 20 JUL 2020
 F10509 
 I34416  Edward HOBAN  I34417  Nora MURRAY    Carr-Scott 18 JUL 2020
 F10508 
 I34414  Gerald HOBAN  I34413  Katherine KELLY    Carr-Scott 17 JUL 2020
 F10507 
 I892  Joseph Edward KELLY  I34411  Kathleen CLANCY    Carr-Scott 17 JUL 2020