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JoAnne Peake Lotspeich (#46980645)
 member for 6 years, 8 months
Thomas Fayette Buck, Sr.
Where did you find the pictures for TFB and Elizabeth Lane Peake Buck?

Added by AndyR on Oct 11, 2014 5:56 PM

Anne LB
RE: Villmar, Germany
There were some Eisenbachs from Villmar that settled in Milwaukee that I was going to look at anyway. Probably related to yours. I'm looking at the different groups from Villmar in an attempt to find where my great, great grandfather was between 1835 when he was born and 1868 when he stood up for his older brother's wedding in Chicago. He was a Rossbach but I noticed they tended to settle in groups together. I'm hoping by locating those groups, I'll stumble across him and be able to find when he immigrated. I have a feeling he's in one of these places somewhere but that his name has been misspelled. I'm still waiting for the baptismal records from 1818 to 1861 to arrive so I wasn't able to check the 1820s.

Added by Anne LB on Oct 05, 2014 9:56 AM

RE: Dr. Humphrey Peake
You know, there are Pettus roots on the Buck side of the family, too. Gray Carroll Buck, Sr. married Gladys Morris Pettus in Birmingham, AL in 1920. I wonder if there are any ties there?

Added by AndyR on Oct 03, 2014 5:45 PM

Anne LB
RE: Villmar, Germany
Oh no problem. I'll be heading to the library the tapes are at tomorrow and will take a peak. If it's easier, you can email me at

Added by Anne LB on Oct 03, 2014 4:32 PM

Anne LB
RE: Villmar, Germany
Interesting that it would come up as being Jewish. The ones from Villmar were Catholic. My Latin is improving all the time. There were lots of Eisenbachs in the Catholic Church records there. It looks similar to Rossbach, which was my maiden name, so I keep noticing it. They did keep very good records there. And many of the families were very interconnected so we are probably all related somehow. All the Brahms are and I have several Brahms on my tree. Any dates and names you have for them would be helpful.

Added by Anne LB on Oct 03, 2014 3:04 PM

RE: Dr. Humphrey Peake
Well that just stinks... I went to both of their pages, only to find absolutely no mention of the scandal. She was just a guilty as he was.

Question...why the stone?

Added by AndyR on Oct 03, 2014 2:55 PM

Anne LB
Villmar, Germany
I've been tracking immigrants from Villmar (some of my ancestors were from there) and happened upon your group while looking at Brahms and Casparis in Texas. Did you ever get a chance to find their records over there? I currently have the microfilms and would be happy to look any of them up for you. And I'd be interested in any other Villmar residents you may have run across, especially Rossbachs, Brahms, Casparis, Trosts, Muellers and Hoehlers. I'm still trying to figure out where they all went besides Milwaukee, Chicago and Detroit.

Added by Anne LB on Oct 03, 2014 2:20 PM

RE: Dr. Humphrey Peake
OK, you've got me curious... who was that woman? I read the account of the incident and then went back and looked at the family. He had 7 kids at the time of his death. Had he left his wife or what? Tell me!!

Added by AndyR on Oct 03, 2014 12:32 PM

RE: Dr. Humphrey Peake
Yes, I have this as one of my "favorite" pages. Gordon is a cousin on my mom's side of the family. His father did a large chart of the family back in the 60's. That is where a bunch of my info on the Buck family came from. I also have the books (diaries) of Lucy Rebecca Buck and Cornelia Peake McDonald that give good information. The Bucks' were intertwined with the Richardson, Mauzy, Helm, Blakemore, Calmes families extensively. They also liked to marry cousins!!

I use the web extensively as I am not able to travel. I have found an enormous amount of info on various branches of the family. I've run across different sites that have minimal info and others that are so full, it takes me days and days to get through it all!

Thanks for the info! Anything else you might have, send it along! You can use my email address: andyross53@gmail. If I find anything on your side, I'll send it back to you!! Have a great day!


Added by AndyR on Oct 03, 2014 9:29 AM

RE: Dr. Humphrey Peake
Ok, I have a question... why do you call her "Cornelius"? Wasn't her name Cornelia?

Added by AndyR on Oct 02, 2014 2:52 PM

RE: Dr. Humphrey Peake
Susan is buried in Bellfontaine Cemetery in St. Louis, St. Louis City, MO... Find A Grave #67947434
Her husband, Edward Charles McDonald, is buried in Stonewall Confederate Cemetery in Winchester, VA.. Find A Grave #14503289

I have Ellen married to a James DeCamp. The only info I have is that she died Nov. 3, 1842 in Marion Co., MO

Julia Anne married George Gray Tyler, but that is the extent of information I have on either one of them.

I just ordered the Civil Warriors DVD from Amazon. Looking forward to seeing it!!

Added by AndyR on Oct 02, 2014 12:01 PM

Dr. Humphrey Peake
In looking through my Peake list, I have several children listed for Humphrey and Ann Linton Lane Peake that are not shown on Humphrey's memorial. Please help!! I have the following:

Julia Anne Peake
Elizabeth Lane Peake - listed
William Humphrey Peake
Ellen Peake
James Peake
Susan Ellen Peake - listed
Cornelia Peake - listed

I ran across a copy of the diary of Cornelia Peake McDonald in a thrift store. As soon as I saw it, I KNEW I had to have it as my memory told me there were Peake relatives on my Buck side of the family. I think I got my information from that diary as there were mentions of her immediate family in the diary. If you can shed any light on this, it would be greatly appreciated!!

P.S. Where do you live? I wound up in Georgia due to a job transfer of my dad back in 1961... Looking forward to hearing from you!

Added by AndyR on Oct 02, 2014 9:29 AM

Peake Family
Hi, JoAnne,
I am a ggg-granddaughter of Thomas Fayette Buck and Elizabeth Lane Peake. I have not been researching nearly as long as you have, but have amassed quite a few families as well. We are probably "cousins", too!! Thank you for your hard work and dedication!


Added by AndyR on Oct 01, 2014 8:26 PM


I am a descendant of the same branch of the Lotspeich's Most of my research came from family , especially Bob Lotspeich, in Missouri, and all the old family photos and hours researching census records etc. I have my tree private and I am going to watermark my photos on Find a grave as I add them . My Grandfather was Roy Sanford Lotspeich , my Grandmother was Jewel Nella Gray Lotspeich . His parents were Louis B and Icie Lee Lotspeich. Roy's Find A Grave Memorial# 82089873

Nice to meet you !


Added by bdbrown on Sep 18, 2014 12:46 AM

Linda Vida
RE: Peyton Baughn
Have I ever answered this message ? I do not think I did. I lost all contacts due to a computer virus last year.... and just started using the find a grave site again. My e-mail is vida_l@sbclgobal.
That is an underscore after vida and a small casing ''L'' before the @ sign.
Please contact me. I have a tree on Ancestry and photos of the Baughns/some of them.
My Grandma was Zoda Annie Baughn. 1900-1985.

Linda Beasley-Vida

Added by Linda Vida on Jul 10, 2014 9:59 AM

Lorraine Martel
Peake Family Link
JoAnne, thank you for your years of work on the Peake Family tree. Laura Ellen Peake is my husband's great grandmother. Her daughter Addie Alice Peake Herrick is his grandmother. All we have learned about the family to this point has pretty much been limited to the Ancestry sites. While we knew that the family plot was in Clackamas Co., Oregon, we had never before seen photos of them. Thank you for allowing us to post these to our tree. While we have a few pictures of Addie, I don't believe that we can provide any of Laura. If you have any interest in these photos, please let us hear from you. Your work on our history is a true family treasure! Thank you. Louis and Lorraine Martel

Added by Lorraine Martel on Jul 04, 2014 4:19 PM

Ms. Clyde
RE: Larry Wayne Lotspeich
I can't help but think there's a relationship someone in their line. Both attractive men, who passed too soon.

Added by Ms. Clyde on Jun 09, 2014 8:01 AM

Bobby G. Perry
William Triplett
I found your name on Find A Grave for William Triplett.
I wold like to find out more information on the Triplett family. There may be distant cousins or "kin". I am thinking there is more family. Would like to know the children.
I would appreciate any answer you can give me.
The old Marine,
Bob P

Added by Bobby G. Perry on Jun 04, 2014 3:34 PM

Jenifer Bishop Blood
Re: Rosa Belle Worden Deffenbaugh Waychoff
I have been contacted by one of Rosa's grandsons, Ola Fouquet, on findagrave. He disputes the names in the pictures and claims Rosa is buried in Kellerby Cemetery, not Stroud. He doesn't seem familiar with how the Findagrave process works, so I will give you his email address and copy his messages. Hopefully the two of you can sort things out.

Jenifer Bishop Blood

Ola, with his photo request:
I would like the photo of Rosa. Do not need the stone photo as I will be right next to her some day. Rosa grandson Ola Bon Fouquet.
Hi! I am a volunteer photographer for I saw your photo request for Rosa. If you are wanting to get copies of the photographs on her memorial, you should click on the name of the owner, found under the photograph, and ask to use the photo outside of findagrave. Below is the link to Rosa's memorial.

1st email: There needs to be some corrections to this Email. The picture is not correct and Grandma is berried in the Kellerby cemetery, just next to
where I will be burrier.She had a sister named Sarah Minturan(not sure on spelling).
2nd email:
Sarah's last name was Monthey, strange what old age does to us.

Added by Jenifer Bishop Blood on Jun 01, 2014 1:33 PM

Bobby G. Perry
Willaim Triplett Family in Virginia
Hello Lady,
You entered your name on the memorial of William Triplett. You related to the memory of his wife Sarah Peake who was a distant aunt of yours and all of the Peake`s.. QUESTION?? Do you have any history or Genealogy of the WILLIAM TRIPLETT and his family. It mentions ROUND HILL and his seat in Fairfax County Virginia. I anm trying the TRIPLETT familt to the state of North Carolina. The were connected to the Ferguson family in North Carolina. Any information you can help or supply for this old ,old grand father of Maryland would be GREATLY valued.

The old Marine.

Please answer/I have looked for this information for some time.

Thank you, Thank you.

Bob P.

Added by Bobby G. Perry on May 24, 2014 9:55 PM

Glenda Sims
Peyton &Nancy Baughn
I am a great-great-great granddaughter through their son, William, whose daughter Emma was my great-grandmother. Unfortunately, she died very young, and I have never known the family..

Added by Glenda Sims on Mar 24, 2014 5:04 PM

RE: Ward
No. I was talking about HER mother. Now I'm confused.

Added by DSnyder on Mar 04, 2014 6:14 PM

No problem, just wish I could read morher's death certificate. You might look at it and see if you can. It does say in a mausoleum there.

Added by DSnyder on Mar 04, 2014 5:14 PM

Alta Clara Ward
#78557741 - I have added information to both Alta and Frank Robert Ward from records I found.

Added by DSnyder on Mar 04, 2014 2:32 PM

Thanks. I'm going to research for more info when I get home. It needs additional info.

Added by DSnyder on Mar 03, 2014 11:14 AM


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