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From: Glenda Ramsey <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Wat(t)ers
Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2011 10:26:40 -0600
Unknown Watters married Sarah C. Hare she is buried at Old Philadelphia.
After his death in World War 2 she married Allan A. Thompson, (in
They had 3 children, unknown first name and twins, Alma and Elmer
born April 1889
On Nov 25, 2011, at 3:33 PM, Marsha Boles wrote:
> Waters/Watters - sorry, don't have website but got a story.
> Familiar naming customs run the gamut. Always been curious who,
> what, where folks came up with middle names. My great uncle was
> Cleveland Greenberry Boles.- the Green- Berry part always
> fascinated me. There were Greens and Berrys but no Greenberrys.
> Always wanted to know if it was one or two people that inspired his
> given name. Waters/Watters always perked my ears up too. No others
> kinfolks known to have that name on lengthy reports. Some years ago
> found possible answer - seems there was a local doctor by the name
> and held in such high esteem that namesakes appeared far and near.
> So when you are out looking, might help to use "Dr." or "MD" in the
> Talking out loud - Marsha
> --- On Wed, 11/23/11, Betty McCollum <> wrote
> Is anyone on this website researching the Wat(t)ers family in Izard?
> Betty Mc
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