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Carrie Johnson (#46509451)
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Hi, I have been researching my family for almost 30 years. If I can be of any help, just ask.

My Mother's Line-

Her Father: Kuhn, Timmons, Raber/Reber, Taylor, Wade, Lewis, Betts, Gardner, Coppock (Copie), Beckenbaugh, Brummett, Turner, Kurtze

Her Mother: Bollinger, Breitner, Heckel, Jabusch, Sortor, Stout, Totten

My Father's Line -

His Father: Szymanski, Czyzewski, Topol, Nowak, Bonkowski

His Mother: Beard, Gunning/Gunnan/Gunnin, Huffman/Hoffman, Pepple, Tipple, Smith (Delight Smith amrried to Adam Beard) and Williams (Susanna Williams married to George Huffman)

Husband's Line - Johnson, Sandman/Sandmann, Schweibert, Rosch, Rieckenberg, Nieman, Fournier

I am very happy to edit any of my memorials and if you are a closer relation than I am I will gladly transfer memorials to you. (Rude demands to transfer will be ignored.)

I am very active on this site and I get a lot of requests for info that I am happy to respond to, if I do not get to you right away I'm sorry BUT I will get to it and I love meeting new family members. The best way to reach me is through my email...
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Lila Myers
Celestia Pepple
I believe there is a double entry on Celestia in Evergreen Cemetery, El Paso Co., Colorado. You have entered her Memorial under the name of Celestia Pepple. Someone else has listed her in the same cemetery as Celestia Wilkins. Celestia married Clarence Wilkins and had three children. She and Clarence are both buried in Evergreen under the name of Wilkins and the second Memorial shows a picture of their tombstone.
Added by Lila Myers on Feb 06, 2015 3:26 PM
Wendy Wilkins Valdez
Lyman Campbell
Make that WoodLAWN, not WoodLAND.
Added by Wendy Wilkins Valdez on Dec 31, 2014 5:17 PM
Wendy Wilkins Valdez
Lyman Campbell
You have him buried in Forest Cemetery, but his obituary says he was buried in Woodland. The next decedent under him was buried in Forest - a man named Schultz.
Added by Wendy Wilkins Valdez on Dec 31, 2014 5:09 PM
RE: Thank you
Not such a problem. If that is the worst thing going on then things are not so bad. Happy Holidays!
Added by sassa on Dec 26, 2014 3:21 PM
Don Shafer
Frank Hahnlen
Buried in Ottawa Hills Cemetery. Please add info. Birth 2 Aug 1917 Toledo Ohio. Death Aug 2000. Toledo Ohio Father Frank M. Hahnlen Mother Ethel Waters
Added by Don Shafer on Dec 11, 2014 10:30 AM
RE: Allerton
Carrie 0 no sweat! This is what it is all about - us working together to get a great history of our ancestors. It takes a lot of work! Thanks for all you have done. Carolyn Hale Pierce
Added by sassa on Oct 02, 2014 9:04 PM
RE: 30650618 jonathan Stout
I descend through the son David. Jonathan is not my direct line. I am working on the Stout family descended from John Stout of England, and his son Richard the immigrant to America.

Lots of mistakes out there and trying to get them corrected through valid documentation.

Guess we are 'cousins' my grandmother was a Stout.

Added by Toots on Aug 29, 2014 7:30 AM
30650618 jonathan Stout
30650707 Anna Bollen Stout

Jonathan and Anna lived on a farm at Hopewell, south of Amwell township. Together with Nathan Drake, John Hart, and the Bowne Family, Jonathan helped establish the Baptist Church of Hopewell. For forty-one years the meetings were held at the home of Jonathan or at that of one of his children, before a meetinghouse was built in the early 1700's. John Hart, signer of the Declaration of Independence, donated the land for the church and was later buried in the graveyard adjoining. Nine of the fifteen original members of this church organization were Stouts or Stout descendants.
Jonathan served as a Captain of the Militia and a President of the County Court. At his death, he left a personal estate of $2500. Nine children survived Jonathan." (Stout, Russell Ray, p. 6-7)

Their burial place is in the churchyard. I have created a duplicate for each of them and created the cemetery as Hopewell Baptist Church since it was not listed on Find A Grave.

Please edit the burial place and I will delete the ones I created.


Added by Toots on Aug 28, 2014 1:22 PM
Robert Cline
RE: William Harrison Heath
Hi Carrie,

I also ordered an obituary because they were available on ancestry at another website:
Monroe County Historical Museum i.e. Ansel and William Heath for $1.00 each but I have worked for Grace before and this note was on Ansel-

Obituary on file at the Archives Old Mill Museum, Dundee, MI.
- Grace Younglove Hudson

I sent her a note on findagrave so hopefully we'll see in a few days. Only open 2 or 3 days a week, bob
Added by Robert Cline on Jul 18, 2014 1:04 PM
Robert Cline
William Harrison Heath
Hi Carrie,

I had a photo request for him and his wife Esther and they searched the whole cemetery but did not find the grave. I called the City of Petersburg this morning and they do not have them listed with the cemetery records. She also checked Pleasantview Cemetery, bob
Added by Robert Cline on Jul 18, 2014 10:34 AM
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