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anne moore (#47980040)
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Michael Kearney
RE: Thanks!
Hi Anne,

I am very happy to have been of help.

Added by Michael Kearney on Jan 20, 2013 1:21 PM

Ozarkcheryl
Grace Gramer
Links have been added, thank you for informing us. OZARKCHERYL

Added by Ozarkcheryl on Jan 20, 2013 6:30 AM

Cindy Clark
RE: Thanks! DORRAM
Hello - I just wanted to make sure you noticed that I placed other Dorram pics online as well. The sons and their wives. Take care!

Added by Cindy Clark on Jan 18, 2013 8:30 AM

Chris Lopeman
RE: Thanks!
You are very welcome!!

Added by Chris Lopeman on Jan 06, 2013 10:37 AM

nabaker84
RE: Thanks!
No, I've never heard that, and, without thoroughly researching it, I don't believe it. From the research I have done, and the facts I have, it makes no sense whatsoever. I'm on Ancestry all of the time. I have seen false information posted about dozens of my ancestors. Even when I post factual sources, people still ignore the references. Some people think that everything listed on Ancestry is fact; they copy and paste it; and, so, the falsehoods continue. I am extremely careful to thoroughly research everything I share.

Jennifer

Added by nabaker84 on Jan 05, 2013 6:34 PM

nabaker84
RE: Thanks!
Hi Anne,

I am also a Farber descendent. I'm lucky to live right here where Philip Farber brought his family to settle on the Ohio frontier after the American Revolution. A year ago, my local Daughters of the American Revolution chapter, honored Philip Farber as a Patriot, with an official DAR grave marking ceremony. It was the successful culmination of many years of genealogical research (by others much more talented in that area than I) to prove Philip's involvement in the Revolution, and, my lineage to him.

No there are many more graves in the old Farber family cemetery. I just noticed today that there were only 2 graves listed. I must get listings for all of the other burials. I already had John J. Farber's grave photos from many years ago. I started to post Elizabeth Farber's grave marker photo, but, I realized that there is a discrepancy -
the stone next to John J., is:
Elisabeth wife of John J. Farber died June 20, 1860, aged 38 yrs., 1 mo., 8 ds.

quite a distance from these 2 graves is -
Elizabeth, wife of J. Farber, died June 10, 1873, aged 86 ys., 3 m., 21 d

I just got home, so, I've dug out all of my Farber research, and, I'm going to see what I can find out about this.

I will let you know what I find out.

Jennifer
p.s. - I will get your other photos as soon as possible.

Added by nabaker84 on Jan 05, 2013 5:33 PM

Alison
Wm D Moore
Hi Anne
I have added a better photo to C T Moore and to WD so now you can read the names without hurting your eyes. If you would like me to transfer them to you please let me know.

Alison

Added by Alison on Dec 15, 2012 6:00 PM

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