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Nicole May (#47773538)
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Dan Woolary
Marie Anna Shultz Rinker
Hi Nicole,

The information on the memorial for Maria Anna Shultz Rinker lists her date of birth as 1730 and her date of death as 1826. Her age at death is listed as 90 years old. However this age at death doesn't correspond with her birth and death dates. Is there an explanation for this or is there just a typo here?
I have her name as Anna Marie Schultz Rinker. Do you have or have you seen documents that would clear this up?
I am also the 5th g-grandson of Anna Marie Schultz Rinker but have no documents for her. I have just taken other relatives information.
Thanks,
Dan Woolary

Added by Dan Woolary on Feb 25, 2014 2:05 PM

JackiMex
Mary Margaret Evans Coulson #94338407
Hi, Nicole,
I am so excited to see this memorial! Did you actually see the tombstone or did you read somewhere that she was buried near her husband?

Do you live near the cemetery? If so, can you take a photo of the tombstone and upload it to the memorial?

Talk to you soon,
Jacki

Added by JackiMex on Oct 03, 2013 12:15 AM

Jim
New England Cemetery McDonalds'
Almost forgot... I work about 20 miles from this cemetery and live about 30 miles from it. At its peak in 1850-1860, New England had about 60 houses in town; now maybe only 15-20 are there - its mostly rolling farm land around that area and very remote. Although I know some McDonald's, none are from that area. Sorry I couldn't help.

Added by Jim on Aug 03, 2013 3:46 PM

Jim
RE: John J. McDonald Photo
Hi Nicole -

Yes, there are 3 other McDonald's I found in the cemetery. Two are on each side of his headstone (they appear to be his two wives) and another McDonald two spaces to the left of his headstone. If you would please create the memorials with their information below and make the photo requests, I would be glad to post them. Here's the info:

Rebecca Jane (Tidd) McDonald
DOB - June 23, 1844
DOD - Dec. 2, 1885

Elizabeth Jane (Tedrow) McDonald
DOB - Apr. 13, 1852
DOD - Apr. 19, 1895

Sampson Alonzo McDonald
DOB - Feb. 13, 1871
DOD - Jan., 5, 1900

Thanx - Jim

Added by Jim on Aug 03, 2013 3:25 PM

Sarah Sweet Davis
McGrew Family Research
Hello Nicole,

I am doing some McGrew family research for a friend of mine. It appears that she also has both James and Finley as grandfathers on different branches of her family. I would love it if you could contact me at sarahldavis1966@gmail.com to compare research and see if the two of you may be related. Thanks!

Sarah Davis

Added by Sarah Sweet Davis on Jul 18, 2013 6:24 PM

buckeyegirl1721
Samuel Knisely
Hello! I'm going to give you my email address so I can copy and paste the transcription of the 1844 jail paper for John Knisely that I found. It was on ebay, so I transcribed it, researched it, and told the descendants of John's illegitimate daughter about it. One of them ended up buying it. I had a copy of it saved on my computer, but this was years ago, and I don't know what happened to it. I think I've probably changed computers twice since then.

Is the Glen Knisely you're talking about, Donna's husband? Donna's my Grandpa's first cousin. My maiden name is Shumaker, and Donna's also a Shumaker. Are you from Ohio? I was born in Crawford County, and my dad was raised in North Robinson. Anyway, here's my email address: buckeyegirl1721@gmail.com

I look forward to hearing from you!
Jodie

Added by buckeyegirl1721 on Dec 27, 2012 4:44 AM

Linda Borton Holmes
contact
Hi Nicole,

Do you live in The Woodlands, TX?

Linda Holmes

Added by Linda Borton Holmes on Dec 26, 2012 4:51 PM

buckeyegirl1721
Samuel Knisely
So glad to hear from you :) Were the photos passed down to you through your family? The furthest back photo I have of this line was Samuel and Sarah's granddaughter, Alice Magers, if you're interested.

Also I wanted to let you know that there's a typo on the photo caption of Samuel Knisely... you wrote he was born in 1822 in New Philadelphia, and he was actually born 1784 (or maybe 1782) in Pennsylvania. He moved to Ohio as a young man when his dad came and settled New Philadelphia. Your ancestor, John Knisely, was born in 1822, and he was born in New Phila. He died in 1887. Are the photos of John and his wife perhaps rather than Samuel and Sarah?

Also, did you get my second message that was about John's illegitimate daughter? I tried to send you a message a few days ago but the message was intercepted by filters that thought I was spamming you.

Hope to hear from you soon,
Jodie

Added by buckeyegirl1721 on Dec 26, 2012 4:41 PM

buckeyegirl1721
Samuel Knisely
Hello and Merry Christmas! I was so excited to see the photo of Samuel Knisely you posted. Where did you find it?! Are you a descendant? He is my 5great grandfather. I hope to hear from you soon :)

Jodie

Added by buckeyegirl1721 on Dec 24, 2012 11:06 AM

C. J. McGrew
Nathan McGrew
Nathan McGrew had a son James but I researched that he married someone else. That James had a son Finley who died in his 70's and my James had a son Finley that family legend passed down as dying young. Many researchers list Nahan but I do not accept this listing. I doubt that we will know as the courthouse burnt down. Just to many James McGrew. Amelia's will was probated in Monroe Co. Thanks for ALL your efforts.

Added by C. J. McGrew on Sep 09, 2012 7:49 AM

C. J. McGrew
James F. McGrew
Believed to be born abt1795 Adams Co,PA
1812 Served in War
1814 Election he voted in Green Twp, Harrison Co, Ohio
1814 Abt. married Amelia b.1796 d.abt.1856
1815 Catherine born in Belmont Co, Oh
1825 David born in Cadiz, Harrison Co, Oh
1827 Jacob born in Belmont Co, Ohio
1831 moved to MaMahon Creek, Belmont Co, Oh
1844 died at Yellow Creek, Jefferson Co, Oh
believed buried in church cemetery near Zanesville ...Besetha Cem.

His son David was gggrandfather.
Hist of Belm & Jeff Co, OH; Caldwell (1880); p, 255
David McGREW, son of James F McGREW, was born in Cadiz, OH, 26 D ec 18 25. He obtained a common school education, & learned the milling trade with his father, who had been a soldier in the War of 1812. When six years of age his parents located on McMahon's Creek, Belmont Co, OH remaining for 15 years, and thence went to Yellow Creek, Jeff Co, where his father died in the year 1844. Our subject married Miss Rebecca McMurray, 03 Jul 1850, At one time he owned the one-half interest in a mill two miles below Bellaire (Belmont Co) which was destroyed by fire. He then began milling on Captina Creek, where he remained for 18 months. He now resides at the old Stone mill, known as the Thomason mill, on Little McMahon creek, which he owns, and which was built by Thomas Thomason, in 1839. He follows farming, milling, & sawing lumber. cjm.

Added by C. J. McGrew on Sep 08, 2012 2:28 PM

C. J. McGrew
HERITAGE
Could you please live the line for Finley McGrew. I am looking for the son of James F. McGrew. lcmcgrew@nemr.net

Added by C. J. McGrew on Sep 08, 2012 11:03 AM

Deborah Harris
Louise & Eugenia
Thank you for the wonderful photos:)

Added by Deborah Harris on Apr 24, 2012 3:14 PM

candy
link
i located th John knisely that is in biddle cemetery and he's not one of my memorials so i had to email them with the same info you just emailed me, if you would like me to transfer these graves please let me know :)

Added by candy on Apr 11, 2012 11:02 AM

Dave Davisson
Kessler Family
What wonderful pictures! Thanks for the link information, which I added. Am now trasnferring these to your care. Thanks again!

Added by Dave Davisson on Apr 08, 2012 6:28 PM

 
 

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