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Emily Aulicino (#48012438)
 member for 2 years, 9 months, 10 days
Fred Bradley
Emily, I transferred all of the "Mills" memorials that I had created to you.

Added by Fred Bradley on Aug 23, 2015 5:34 PM

RE: Clara Marie Ogan Angle
You are very welcome, again if there are anymore, please let me know !

Added by JHarrison on Aug 23, 2015 3:49 PM

Jerry M Weikle
RE: Evan Ogan


Georg Weigel, was born in 1717, in the Palatine Rhineland. He was 20 years of age, in 1737, and arrived on the Ship Samuel in the New World. The Ship Samuel, traveled from Rotterdamn, to Crowes, England, and then departed to the Port of Philiadelphia. The journey started sometime in June, and arrived at the end of August of 1737. I am of the believe he is our ancestor. There was also a Johannes George Weichel, age 20, on the same ship. This information comes from the Olive Tree on Palatinate German Arrivals into the New World.
In 1767, a George Weigel/Weigol, married Elizabeth Schatten, at St. James Church, in Pennsylvania.
They resided in Pennsylvania and then moved to the "Great Valley of Virginia"; wherein they owned a large tract of land, that was known as "Little Egypt". This land was near Bridgewater and Harrisonburg, Virginia.

Your cousin;
Jerry M. Weikle
Chicago, Illinois.

Added by Jerry M Weikle on Aug 23, 2015 9:12 AM

Clara Marie Ogan Angle
Hi, No I am not related to them. I have sent Clara home to you. Thank you !

Added by JHarrison on Aug 23, 2015 8:44 AM

Jerry M Weikle
Evan Ogan
Hi Cousin Emily;

Just received your email and it is great to hear from you. I transferred the memorials over, Evan Ogan and Susanna Wikle/Wycle Ogan's children are managed by other individuals. It is excellent to see the headstones and the cemeteries that the researchers have photo documented.

I plan on going to WV, sometime in the next year and visiting and photographing a few cemeteries. One is the Riverview Cemetery, above Lowell, in Summers County, as it is the final resting place of family.

Cousin Jerry M. Weikle
--Chicago, Illinois.

Added by Jerry M Weikle on Aug 21, 2015 10:06 AM

Sorry yes
I just emailed you , Sinclair is my 4x great grandfather :)

Added by Kristina on Jan 14, 2014 10:51 PM

Do you mean the Ary's, that is my lineage

Added by Kristina on Jan 14, 2014 7:29 PM

RE: Ogan
Hello, I think you may have sent a message to the wrong
Person , I don't have any organs ?

Added by Kristina on Jan 14, 2014 7:28 PM

RE: Ruth Ann Ogan Ary
Sinclair & Ruth are my great grandmother Alice Arys parents, their daughter Vivian Eberhart Ritchey is my Grandmother.

Vickie Johnson Baldwin

Added by Vickie on Jan 10, 2014 5:28 AM

WyCo Graver
RE: Thomas W. Doolin
I'm sorry, cousin. I read your note quickly and remembered wrong.

You want to know who erected it. The US Government erected. His family chose to bury him in a National Cemetery. They gave the VA the inscription. The military information is from the VA. I am ONLY a volunteer with FindAGrave. I have no authority over the grave site, the grave stone, or the information provided. If you have a problem with it, contact his next of kin and take it up with them. Geez.

Added by WyCo Graver on Dec 29, 2012 12:07 PM

WyCo Graver
RE: Thomas W. Doolin gravestone
Hi Emily. Chances are, this isn't your uncle's gravesite. The military info on the stone is provided by the Veteran's Administration and is taken from his military records. So, since your uncle was in Korea and this Thomas Doolin was in Vietnam, then they probably aren't the same people. I checked the VA's records of grave stones that have been issued, and they corroborate the information on this Thomas's stone. There is another Thomas Doolin buried in Arkansas, but he was in WW2. No other Thomas Doolins have been issued military stones. So, either your uncle isn't dead, or when he died, his family did not request a veteran's stone. Good luck in your search.


Added by WyCo Graver on Dec 29, 2012 9:14 AM


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