|Michael Rhudy||RE: hello again,|
I found several UK steamship records that show the family arriving the UK in May 1928 and Sep 1931. Also a 1911 UK Census for Philip. Philip was born in 1900 in Argentina and Lydia in 1902, don't know where yet.
Margaret had a sister Eileen Rose born 1930. An outward bound recor for Aug 1936 shows another sister Rosemary Fay born 1934.
Added by Michael Rhudy on Feb 27, 2014 2:29 AM
|Michael Rhudy||RE: hello again,|
Great, thanks very much for sharing. I will put it in my Family Treemaker that way and let you know if anything else pops up.
Added by Michael Rhudy on Feb 27, 2014 2:07 AM
|Michael Rhudy||RE: hello|
From the information I have our closest relative would be my 4th Great Grandfather Jacob Rhudy (1754-1817). Your line comes from his son George Rhudy (1783-1864) and mine is from Stephen (or John Stephen) (1789-1863).
Looks like Jacob is John Gaspar's Great Grandfather. So if I did the math right would make Jacob your 3rd Great Grandfather.
Added by Michael Rhudy on Feb 20, 2014 2:15 AM
|Larry E. Barnes||RE: Thank you|
Thank you for the compliment and the work you do. Findagrave and the volunteers are the best.
Added by Larry E. Barnes on Jul 27, 2013 8:56 PM
|Larry E. Barnes||RE: Miles|
I've transferred my two Miles memorials to you. Thought you might take what you want and delete one. Enjoy.
Added by Larry E. Barnes on Jul 24, 2013 2:53 PM
|Linda and William S.||Reed Brazelton|
Just wanted to say that there are now two memorials for Reed Brazelton but MINE, I believe, is more clearer.
Added by Linda and William S. on Jul 14, 2013 7:03 PM
I purposely added George Elsner's obit to Elizabeth's memorial as she is mentioned in his obit and I couldn't seem to find an obit for her. Thought people would be interested in what his obit had to say about her.
Added by AVD159 on Mar 07, 2013 7:20 AM
|Coleah||RE: Thank you,|
You are very welcome. I enjoy transferring memorial and having families together!!
Added by Coleah on Mar 01, 2013 11:04 PM
|CW Loeffler||RE: Christian Schimpf|
Ah, yes. If I'd read John Schimpf's obit more carefully I would have seen that Christian was his brother.
I've added the links for the Royston memorials, as per your request.
Added by CW Loeffler on Feb 17, 2013 7:12 PM
|CW Loeffler||RE: one more time...|
Hi again. I think I've got the Schimpf memorial links right now. Do you know where Christian Schimpf belongs? Is he, maybe, a grandson of John's?
Added by CW Loeffler on Feb 17, 2013 1:21 PM
|Dean Jones||RE: Hello|
Thanks Laurel for the reply and for the picture of Lydia and John Booth. No, I'm not related by blood that I know of. I am doing some research on the family for my 1st cousin. He's like a brother to me and I am working on his father's family - no relation to me. Thanks for the work you do on Find A Grave too. It's important. Take care, Dean
Added by Dean Jones on Feb 16, 2013 7:52 PM
|CW Loeffler||Schimpf memorials|
I've added the narrative information you sent to John Schimpf's memorial and linked Carrie and Lena with John and each other. If these folks are in your family tree I'd be glad to transfer the memorials to you. Just let me know.
Added by CW Loeffler on Feb 16, 2013 6:20 PM
|Dean Jones||Lydia Brazelton Booth photo|
Would you mind if I copied your picture of Lydia Brazelton Booth? I'd sure like to have it. Also, who is in the picture with Lydia. I was hoping it was her husband Joseph A. Booth. THanks for your time. Sincerely, Dean
Added by Dean Jones on Feb 13, 2013 1:41 PM
|CW Loeffler||Epler memorial|
Hello Laurel. I've transfered Peralie Epler's memorial to you, as per your request.
Best regards, Chuck.
Added by CW Loeffler on Feb 13, 2013 12:51 PM
|Perfield Girl||RE: Sharon,|
They are 5ths for me, Laurel. Have a great day.
Added by Perfield Girl on Feb 12, 2013 5:14 PM
|Perfield Girl||RE: Thanks Sharon,|
It's all very curious. You and I synch up with Aaron West and Susannah Kellogg - my great-something-grandparents, and yours.
My line is from their son Francis, to his daughter Frances Sophia (who married Andrew Jackson Lewis), to their daughter Harriet Lewis (who married John Bonney). From there, its a straight shot down the Bonney line to my mother.
My mother was personally involved in getting Aaron's gravestone set up in Pekin cemetery. She and her mother and an elderly 3rd cousin (he was the one who got the government to supply the stone, based on Aaron's war service) literally dragged the stone from the old man's car into the cemetery and set it up there. I really wish I had appreciated such things back then, and had photodocumented it.
Added by Perfield Girl on Feb 07, 2013 5:26 AM
|Perfield Girl||RE: Hello again,|
Hi Laurel. It's a small world among those of us who pursue this passion of ours, isn't it? I've been reveling this week in the release of the index for the NYS 1855 census. I bet you have, too.
Hey, just a little thought....it's a lot easier to make requested changes to a memorial if the requestor uses the "Edit" tab on the memorial. I have learned to do it that way because I have seen snarky remarks on findagrave by people who manage LOTS of memorials, who say they won't make any change that is requested any other way. So anyway - word to the wise.
I hope you find out where Isaac and his wife are buried. So many people had a plot on the family farm; as the property changed hands, the stones weren't maintained and were eventually lost to history. Arrrgghhh!!
Have a great day. I have exactly 40 minutes left to play with my family history before I have to actually get ready for work. Sharon
Added by Perfield Girl on Feb 06, 2013 6:52 AM
|Linda Doile Morris||RE: P.S.|
HOney, I was only kidding with that comment. Of course you are a Dittemore. My memory is getting so bad and I thought you knew that.
Added by Linda Doile Morris on Jan 07, 2013 10:40 AM
|Linda Doile Morris||Leaving memorials|
I agree with you. However, there is no one for mine either and I worry about it. Or them. Maybe we should make a list of other people who work on the family and then talk to them about it. I know at one point I tried to talk to Albert Scarbourough, I know I did not spell that right, as he has a large tree but he is not interested. And I never ask how old you are but I am almost 69 so anyday now, well you know. What do you think?
Damn but I think you are a Dittemore are you not. See even my mind is tired! lol.
Added by Linda Doile Morris on Jan 05, 2013 3:33 PM
|Thomas Spangler||RE: Hello|
I don't believe we are related. My Spangler family didn't occupy Pennsylvania or Virginia. They originated in the Kentucky/Indiana area.
Added by Thomas Spangler on Jan 05, 2013 1:33 PM
|Faye Merideth||RE: Hello|
I'm sure she would talk to you but I have lost contact with her.
Added by Faye Merideth on Jan 03, 2013 7:03 PM
|Linda Doile Morris||Mary Berger and Samuel Yeakley|
First I want to ask you to give me you line too. I am of course curious. lol
1-Samuel Yeakley & Mary Berger
2-William Henry Harrison Yeakley & Mary Rebecca Cotter.
3-Michael Yeakley & Emily Elizabeth Wilson
4-Thomas James Yeakley & Rosa Lee Porter
5-Grover Edward Yeakley & Lora Edith Knight
6-Betty Yeakley & Clarence Doile
Laurel, I have seen your name many times but had no idea who you were. The Yeakley, Cotter, and Dittemore families kept marrying into each other for many many years. Never too close but close enough. Please write me back
Added by Linda Doile Morris on Dec 29, 2012 1:18 PM
|Linda Doile Morris||Berger family|
Michael Berger Sr. & Mary Klechner
Michael Berger Jr. and Elizabeth Coile
Elizabeth(Married Thomas Dittemore)
Mary (Married Samuel Yeakley & Adam Dittemore)
John Coile was Elizabeths father.
I am from Mary and Samuel Yeakley
However, Adam was Thomas uncle and also mine thru his sister Lydia who married John Cotter.
To make this even more complicated, Mary and Samuel had a son named William Henry Harrison Yeakley. Lydia and John Cotter had a daughter named Mary Rebecca who married William Henry Harrison Yeakley and they are my grandparents too.
Have I completely confusted you now? And down the line from Elizabeth and Thomas, one of their decendents married into my father family in the late 1890's. My mother was the Yeakley.
Added by Linda Doile Morris on Dec 29, 2012 1:10 PM
|Gayle Noreen Walker||John Booth|
I'm glad that I was able to find your lost family member. Remember-Pay it Forward. GNG
Added by Gayle Noreen Walker on Dec 18, 2012 7:45 PM
|Larry Cornwell||RE: Philip Barger|
Thanks for the kind note.
Glad you found my findagreave postings useful to your research.
Send me your e-mail address and I'll send you my pictoral report on the signs on/off VA Tech campus commemorating our Barger ancestors.
Larry P. Cornwell
Genealogist General, SAR
Added by Larry Cornwell on Dec 17, 2012 5:59 AM