Lisa you ask how they could have your ggg whatever-grandmother's birth date and no parents. There are several ways including a family bible, grave, letters written etc. In the earliest census you find her-check the folks under and over her- I usually do 5 or 8. After you give up there, research the sibings. I have foud more in my over 30 years in the lines of the sibings, than in mine.
Whit (Whitfield) Walker b. Jan 1862 d. March 10, 1935 married
Sarah (Daniels) Walker b. Dec 1866 d Sept 2, 1946. Both were born in Louisiana.
Can't find her parents. Also am looking for the parents of Riden (Riding, Ridden, Wrighton) Banks b. March 1876 in Louisiana and d 1940 in Magnolia Arkansas he married Coma (Corna, Conmia, Homer, Commie) Stevison b. April 1879 Louisiana d. UNKNOWN in Louisiana. Trying to find the Choctaw and/or Cherokee/African American link.
I'm looking for a burial location for Joseph Moore, buried 14 August 1852, Kegworth, Leicestershire County, England, and his wife Ann died after 1861. Joseph was born about 1783 and Anne about 1788. Thank you.
Hi Lisa, I have'nt been in here for a long time. This is Robert O.LaBonte Sr..
Did you know I am building a family tree, and I need your help. Our tree starts with a gentleman named Anthony Dandurand dit Marcheterre son of Jean Dandurand born 1637 in France. I don't know if you know the story of the clan, I need help with the Marcheterre's. I have over 2,000 entries on our tree, if you know of any family members of Marcheterre, I would appreciate any information that you can give me. What I have is a lot of young Marcheterre's in the 15 to 30 years old group. I need to know where to add them on the branches of my tree. I do not know if you can help me or not, even a little will help.
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year.
By the way, I received a card from Gladys Karli, and she wrote that her husband, Don passed away in May. She used to live on the west side of the Priest River, close to the Raynors and the Rothenbuehlers who lived just where the city water line stopped back in the early 80's . the Karlie's lived closer to the Pend Oreille river, but on the Priest River.. The Raynors/Rothenbuehlers did have city water, I remember. They had a 5-7 acre piece of property, that went down a little grade to flatland and an older 2 story home, a large barn and a mobile home there too. and a large weeping willow tree along the river. Across the river from them, the people had a block retaining wall, low, along the river. take care, nancy cole
Lorraine's son died in a jeep accident in Colville probably around 1990.His name was Fred Rothenbuehler. Ever hear of that accident ? He and his girlfriend and her children all lived on the outskirts of Coleville.Isn't that near the Canadian border ? nancy
Hi Lisa- Yes, my friends, Vern and Lorraine Rothenbuehler are buried in the Priest Cemetery. Frank Parsons who owned the Parsons Marina was a friend . Also Don and Gladys Karli who now live in Santa Maria. Wyane and Flossie Raynor now live in Missouri. He lives with his nephew, and she is in a nursing home with Alzheimers, and blind. Flossie is Lorraines sister.Vic Jones was a friend of ours too. We used to belong to the Priest River Yacht Club, which probably is no more. Do the Perrins still live across the river in our old place.?? Frank Parsons and his first wife Lila divorced before 1990. He married,divorced and married again before he died. Lila remarried and moved to someplace around Couer D'Ileane (?) spelled it wrong !!When we lived there, there was nothing around that lake. talk to u again, Nancy
Hi Lisa- I am on Geneology too. My husband and I used to have a summer place in Priest River, on the East side of the river (On the River) across from where the Raynors and the Rothenbuehlers lived. Next door to Scotty. The Perrins bought our place in 1983. I loved it up there, tho I only got to go there in the summertime for a short time. I was a building contractor back then here in California, Orange Co. and some L.A. Co. and Riverside Co. too. Retired now. Tired too. Lorraine Rothenbuehler was my best friend. Take care, Nancy ann Cole