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Judith Richards Shubert
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  • North Richland Hills, TX
  • United States
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Shubert, Schubert, Richards, Homsley, Holmsly, Sapp, Rainey, Conway, Cooley, Conner, Davis, Delozier, Hitch, Arthur, Burns, Stone, Cotton, Groom, Puckett, Cook, Gailey, Brock, Rodgers, Cox, Hampton, Culwell, Ramos, White, Montes, Montes de Oca. Chavez, Gonzales, Prosela, Mora, Solise, Foyt, Kneble, Horak, Walker, Blalock
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
United States, Canada, Mexico, Spain, Germany, Ireland, Wales, Austria, England
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Started by looking for Native American connection for a cousin.
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://genealogytraces.blogspot.com

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At 11:46am on January 31, 2012, Jim Avery said…

Hi - just had to comment about your blog Cemeteries of the Covered Bridges. What an interesting blog! It is great that you introduced cemeteries to the youngsters not as a scarey place but as a place that holds a lot of history, personal history if you will.  Everyone buried there has a story to tell. What would be even more interesting is if you had someone in your family who fought there. Not necessarily died there but fought and survived.

I used to live in Vermont, about 90 miles from Burlington in Quechee near White River Jct. Did you go to Hope Cemetery in Barre? There are a lot of unusual tombstones there. Many of the original tombstone master carvers are buried there.

I live near Gettysburg now and work as a tour guide at a bed and breakfast. Gettysburg is really a special place. There is an interesting National Cemetery there too. At Christmas they put a wreath on every grave. One tombstone there is for a man who fought with the US Colored Troops and someone places two candy canes fashioned in to heart on his tombstone. Bet he has a story to tell.

Thanks for posting. Sorry if I ramble on.

At 10:55pm on November 16, 2011, Arthur Burns said…

lot to learn new to this

At 11:26am on November 7, 2009, Karen Defoe said…
Hello Judy, I just joined this site and hope to learn from others on how to do this...
At 11:05pm on November 5, 2009, Rieca Littrell said…
Judy, Thanks for suggesting it. They said you would get a free month extra. Thanks again for all you do. Rieca
At 1:53am on August 18, 2009, Sherry Hightower said…
You're invited:

At 6:44pm on August 12, 2009, Robin R. Cordell-Inge said…
Oh WOW! That sounds like fun... School starts on the 24th and we will be busy at work till the end of that week with Registration. I get off at noon on Friday's so lets get everyone's schedule together and plan something.
At 5:09pm on August 12, 2009, Robin R. Cordell-Inge said…
Hey Girl,

Just wanted to stop by and say hi? I dont know where my mind was. I didn't realize you lived so close to me. When life slows down a little and we get school started we need to meet and have lunch. I'm only two hours from you.
At 12:53pm on July 26, 2009, Daniel J Ramos said…
Thank you for asking but the Ramos name I am researching comes from Portugal, mainland and Mederia Island. If I run across any information that will intrest you I will pass it along. Good Luck.
At 12:27pm on July 26, 2009, Jon A. Edens said…
So you are descended from Granny SAPP, the one who came up with the name Buck Snort for the area she lived in? LOL. My wife is descended from Baron Dekalb SAPP, Polly's half brother from her evil step-mother and apparently he was the terror of Shelby county in his day. I am reading through your blog and enjoying some of the information I am coming across. Will share anything I have that might paint a better picture of the SAPPs and RICHARDs that I have or find.
At 10:17pm on July 14, 2009, Janice Tracy said…
Judy, I'm glad to see you here, too. And yes, this does look like a great place to share family information. It's amazing how many people have become members in such a short time.
 
 
 

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