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Diane Addington (#47285682)
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Bio Photo My heritage stems mostly from the Ohio/Hardin/Logan/Muhlenberg Co. KY area and the Warrick/Boonville/Newburgh area of IN.

Our family came to the U.S. from England and settled in the areas of Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, and North/South Carolina. When the original 21 families came to settle in Ohio County, this brought some of our ancestors from the east.

I am interested in finding family members from my husband's heritage including James/Long/Johnson/Rogers/Crittenden/Templeton/
Wellborn/Penrod/Wood/Harper/Mosby/Matherly/Wand/
Thompson. They are primarily from the Ohio/Logan/Muhlenberg area of KY.

I am interested in finding family members from my Dad's side including Addington/Purdue/Thompson/Work/Swab/Coffee/
Palmer/Cain/Rhoads/Igleheart/Barnard/Nichols/
Pigman/Severs/Kimbley/Williams/Dickerson/Hudson. They settled mainly in Ohio Co. KY and the Warrick Co area of IN.

I am interested in finding family members from my mother's side including Nacke/Richardson/Noe/Wooldridge/Nichols/Martin/
Utterback/Hicks/Lawson/Beadles/McGinnis/Sanders/
Matthews. The Nacke family is from Ehrson Germany along the Rhine River. This ancestry is well documented and fairly complete. The members of the other clans are mainly from Hardin/Grayson/Ohio counties.

I am currently trying to add photos and memorials of family members. I am asking anyone who wants to use my photos to get my permission first please. FYI from Find-A-Grave..."The copyright of all photos posted to Find A Grave remains with the original submitter. No use of photos for any other website or personal use is permitted without the prior consent of the original submitter."

Thank you to all the generous folks who have posted memorials, photos, and taken photos for me.
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Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
RE: Re; William B Addington
Diane, we would love to see it. Our email address:
findagrave@suvcwdb.org
Thanks!
Dave T.
Added by Sons of Union Veterans of... on Sep 17, 2014 10:27 PM
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
RE: Re: William B Addington
Diane:
We can certainly give you our reasons for our edit suggestion, especially in light of the fact that your own memorial states "he is buried in an unmarked grave", but none of those mean anything if the NPS has positively confirmed that he is buried in 1018. We would be very interested in how they arrived at their conclusion--not to dispute it, but to learn their reasoning and methods so that more unknowns can hopefully be identified.
Thank you for this information!
Dave T.
SUVCW
Added by Sons of Union Veterans of... on Sep 17, 2014 9:38 PM
Arlin Kramer
RE: A French 1904 or 1804?
Typo 1804
Added by Arlin Kramer on Sep 16, 2014 5:19 AM
Doc Wilson
RE: Lawrence and Catherine McManus
Normally I would guess that they were probably buried in the McManus Family Cemetery in the Bear Creek area of Chatham County, but as Lawrence died in 1813 and Catherine died in 1816 and the cemetery monument that faces the road says the cemetery was established in 1821, then -- assuming the McManus family placed the monument and had records (like a family bible) indicating the earliest burial -- then, basically, I haven't a clue where they're buried. Sorry. My connection to the McManus family is a little too distant for me to know who might be able to answer the question -- the Mary Jane (Stinson) McManus who's buried in that cemetery was my 3rd great-aunt.
Added by Doc Wilson on Sep 15, 2014 8:05 PM
Arlin Kramer
RE: Austin French
Diane
I had some time today,so I went back to St Martin and located Austin French's headstone.. I cleaned it off as best I could. The engraving is worn down considerably. I took a close up photo of the area below the word "Born". I used an App that shows the negative and it still is not readable.. However, I contacted the Parish records keeper, she is friend of My Wife.. She stated that the church records indicated the birth is 1904. Best I can do... I have the photos I took. If you want them let me know... Hope this helps
Arlin
Added by Arlin Kramer on Sep 15, 2014 6:03 PM
Sam English
RE: Charles English, (1726-1805)
Thanks Diane. Interesting indeed.
Added by Sam English on Sep 15, 2014 8:32 AM
Arlin Kramer
RE: Austin French
You can request another photo... I just checked it,, bottom right corner is a button....
Added by Arlin Kramer on Sep 14, 2014 5:20 PM
Arlin Kramer
Austin
Yes church record says 1804
Added by Arlin Kramer on Sep 14, 2014 5:16 PM
Arlin Kramer
RE: Martha Jane Harris French
There is an Austin French at St Martins 1804-1890, could be him. Send me a request, not to get credit but as a reminder for me. The older I get the worse my memory is... So if I have it to look at on my to do list I will remember
Added by Arlin Kramer on Sep 14, 2014 1:15 PM
Lyniah Stewart
RE: Re: William B Addington
He was born Feb. 1, 1839 and died June 28, 1863
Added by Lyniah Stewart on Sep 12, 2014 11:40 PM
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