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Thanks for uploading your GEDCOM! We found some bugs in the first batch that we uploaded, so we're fixing them and we hope to have your file uploaded by the end of tomorrow (Wednesday). -Nathan 21:55, 13 February 2007 (MST)
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This is just a quick note to let you know that we saved the filenames of the images referenced in the gedcom that you uploaded. In about a week we plan to provide an easy way for you to upload those images to WeRelate if you want to.--Dallan 14:56, 18 February 2007 (MST)
Nancy, wife of Levi Burcham [9 September 2008]
I know that many people list Levi's wife as Nancy Stoneman. I accepted that as fact when I found it stated in numerous places. However, a few years ago, Carolyn Spence posted the message below on the RootsWeb Burcham list and it was enough to convince me that Nancy was, in fact Nancy Denny, daughter of William Denny and Rebecah Hooper.
Levi and Nancy are both my third and fourth great grandparents since I descend from both Burden and John Easley. I also have some Stonemans in my line. Where do you fit? I assume that we're probably cousins. If you're interested, my website is at 
Alan Wood email@example.com
Subject: Nancy Denny (Stoneman)
Date: Mon, 1 Nov 1999 23:05:52 EST From: SPENCETOP@aol.com To: BURCHAM-L@rootsweb.com
I wanted to post this, as it is new documented info and will hopefully help strighten out the old genealogies still floating around.
According to the Stoneman family book by Carol Roller, " James & Sarah Stoneman and The Next Four Generations" page 2, James Stoneman also made bequests to his six children: Joshua Stoneman, Elizabeth Cain, Sarah Mooney, Hannah Davis, James Stoneman Jr. and John Stoneman. John was assigned the care of his mother during her widowhood. The eldest son Joshua was named Executor of the estate. It has been written by some that Nancy, wife of Levi Burcham, was the daughter of James & Sarah. Mrs. Levi Burcham was in fact, the daughter of William and Rebecca Hooper Denny. A document recorded in Surry County Courthouse in Dobson, NC in 1822 lists Levi Burcham and his wife, Nancy, among the heirs of William Denny. If James and Sarah Stoneman had more than the six children named in his Will of 1813, they died when young and there is no record of their names or their lifespans."
There is also a male Burcham child, buried in the Denny Family cemetery in Surry Co. These 2 things prove that Levi Burcham's wife was Nancy DENNY and not Nancy STONEMAN.
Hope this helps ! My grandpa was a Stoneman, grandma a Burcham, so I too thought Nancy Burcham was a Stoneman for many years. She wasn't, and the correction isn't getting out fast enough.--Alanwood 14:45, 9 September 2008 (EDT)
Edwards Family Line. [29 March 2009]
Hello Annette, My name is Connie Edwards Thomilson from bond county Il, You have some of my great, greats, in your data base. Nelson File...moses file...and so on.
Just thought I'd introduce myself.
Cnnie--Eunicepeabody 17:27, 29 March 2009 (EDT)
Stoneman/Mooney [8 January 2011]
My grx3 grandfather was married to Sarah Stoneman. I see you added info about this family on this site. There is a Stoneman Facebook page and site Stonemanfamily.org We could always use another persons input.--Mooneysearch 12:33, 8 January 2011 (EST)
Kenny L. Edwards [16 February 2012]
Great work you've done on the Edwards family. I am the great grandson of Kenny and have a couple photos you might be interested in. One is Kenny and his wife in later years. Another is a family portrait done around the early 1900's. It shows 8 of the children with my grandfather Ralph looking to be about 8-10 years old. My Aunt Virginia had the photos and has been able to label all the children in the shot.
I'll scan them and email them to you if you are interested.
firstname.lastname@example.org--Slagdou 11:07, 16 February 2012 (EST)