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  • 23 Mar 2010
    Excellent communication response and advice. Viewed my tree online and gave suggestions and advice. I need to post my questions as a project and not as a question and reinvite Experts. Thank you sincerely.
  • 20 Feb 2010
    marcia's correspondence with me was great!!! always looking for info of question. unfortunately we couldnt get all the solid info on thomas hedrick stevens and his mother and father as we wanted and couldnt substantiate his fathers father as a member of the american revolution. appears they were kinda like gypsys and moved around alot. when i can fund the next round i would like for marcia to continue where we left off at pendelton ky if she will please convey to her. sorry this is so late but theres alot on this plate right now. thanks wendell
  • 05 Feb 2010
    It was great working with Marcia. She was very professional and I would be glad to use her for future projects.
  • 29 Jan 2010
    Great Researcher! Highly Reccomend!
  • 21 Jan 2010
    I have instructed Marcia McCartt to continue research with a new set of guidelines.
  • 26 Dec 2009
    Provided a number of useful suggestions on how I can proceed in seeking further information on my ancestors.
  • 21 Dec 2009
    Maricia: Thank you so much for your efforts on my behalf in trying to locate the birth record of my great-grandfather Homer. I figured it was a shot in the dark but was hoping someone might be able to point me in another direction to look. I was able to find that he actually died here in the Buffalo, NY area (my Grandparent's were living here at the time) and obtained his death certificate from City Hall on Friday. It does state he was born in Ashtabula, Ohio, but only gives me the name of his Father as James but know listing for his Mother. There is also some connection to Michigan I am going to research as well! Thank you again for pointing me in the right direction. I hadn't thought of trying to locate a death certificate and it has turned out to be a step in the right direction. Melissa Patterson Allen
  • 16 Dec 2009
    She was diligent in pursuing records vis-a-vis the parents of John Ellis Summers (Sumner, Sumners). Unfortunately, many of the needed records were destroyed in the Civil War.
  • 15 Dec 2009
    My grandmother's maiden name was Elizabeth Ellis. The 1910 Missouri census shows that she was 32 years od. She married my grandfather, Abraham Moses Willis in 1894. They had 2 children (sons), Everett & Herman. She was listed as Lizzie on the Census form. You can check this information yourself to make sure that I have my facts correct. I have a card showing her picture and the date shows that she died on March 5, 1911 but I don't know where. I also have replies from the state of Missouri that they can't find any record of her death. I hope that this helps you.
  • 14 Dec 2009
    Hi, Marcia, I have not made the search, however the information is worth the price to me. Alex
  • 27 Nov 2009
    This was a good answer to my question, however I now realize I needed to add more information to my question. Thanks for your help.
  • 21 Nov 2009
    It was a real pleasure to work with Marcia on this project. Her passion for genealogy is infectious. She is knowledgeable, professional, and enthusiastic, generously sharing her wisdom & expertise. She definitely goes ""above & beyond"" to assist her clients. I look forward to collaborating with her on future projects. Thanks, Marcia !
  • 14 Nov 2009
    The answer is methodical and logical. I wish I'd thought of it! Anyway, thank you for the feedback/direction. Even if I don't find my relative's parents, I feel like I will have made a good attempt by following this advice.
  • 13 Nov 2009
    Thank you I have my work cut out for me, but at least have found some very interesting ancestors Richard 111 and Ann Boleyn second wife beheaded of Henry V111 Sometimes I really think I oought to start again from a different perspective
  • 07 Nov 2009
    After rereading my question, it was a poor question. Marcia DID try to answer the question, but was she able to read comments between myself and Laura Dyer? If so she would have know the state and cemetary we are looking for. I will search findagrave.com as a start. My cousins and I hope to visit a relative in TN whom we think has a family bible, but do not know if it will list Sarah/Sally/Anne Kinnard. REading the notes between Ms Dyer and myself I believe would have given Ms McCartt an idea of the DOD of SSA Kinnard. I am learning this system (which I am grateful for) and will try to pose a better question next time. Ms McCartt had a great response even with the holes left from not reading all the notes, and I don't know if the notes were available to her. Thank you for taking the time to give me your insight and benefit of your experience in geneology PK SEay
  • 02 Nov 2009
    Marcia McCartt was very helpful in obtaining the information I sought. Unfortuantely the records did not contain the info I was hoping for but Marcia prepared a report which gave me several other avenues to follow to obtain the info. I will most seek to retain Marcia's services in the future to research my family in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
  • 16 Oct 2009
    Thank you very much for your reply. I will give your suggestions a try. I found some other films on familysearch.org that may be worth taking a look.
  • 13 Oct 2009
    It seems to confirm the information I've read but she also provided additional information about Pension # and web site that may provide additional information. I'm optomistic.
  • 05 Oct 2009
    Unfortunately, while excellent suggestions, I've already done most of it, but I might check out Chalkley again, it's been awhile. I'd like to find out Rebecca's last name and where she and Jon came from---or were they born in Rockbridge. Thank you Marcia for responding to my question. Stuck in 1750, Judy Wick
  • 30 Nov -0001
    marcia how do send you my id can i fax you the id and names to you he was my uncle i don't know when he died this is why i need your help