"I actually haven't been on this site for awhile, but I saw so many emails flooding my mailbox about this group that I decided I had better check it out and see what was going on. I guess I'm shocked and disappointed. I love…"
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"That's awesome! My husband's great great grandfather, Ernest, the man who is pictured on the group page, came from Saxony. His wife's name was Maria Friderick Philippine Smith. I have no idea where the family got the name Smith, but…"
"Hi John! Always great to meet another Hellmund. Hellmund is my married name and I started researching my husband's family about five years ago. He is desceded from Ernest Hellmund, who arrived in this country around 1860. I have never…"
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My links to Columbus/Franklin County are the John Austin Marling family and William and Martha McBride. I know where all the Marlings are buried and I have all the census information about them, but I am always on the lookout for more information about them. Also, I am trying to find out what happened to my great great grandparent, William and Martha McBride after their daughter, Margaret McBride Marling died in childbirth in 1908. They seem to have disappeared off the census after 1910. It's…See More
Yes, you can add photos, etc. You can even link the photos to the individual(s) shown in the photo. An example, I have a photo of five generations of Vines' which I linked to each family member. Use the media option on the administration screen to add the photos, as well as individuals and families. The second screen for photos/headstones/etc allows you to link to the individuals shown in the photo. You id has been activated and an intro letter sent to your e-mail.