|Keith S. Smith (#47655155)|
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West Chester, Pennsylvania.
I am the second of 5 sons born to Gordon W. Smith,
(West Goshen Policeman) and Marianne Fazzini Smith -
(Nurse at Chester County Hospital). My brothers are Kevin, Ken, Kirk, & Kyle. I owned and operated Smith's Locksmiths on N Walnut Street in West Chester from 1982 to 2001.
I have an ability to fix things, and have been called a "workbench" engineer. I have also been told I have common sense...that is perhaps the compliment I value most.
I belong to WC Masonic Lodge #322, as do my brothers, father, uncles, cousins, & so far one nephew. I am the Past Grand Tall Cedar, of WC Forest #22, Tall Cedars of Lebanon.
I am currently in process of writing a couple books, one on my father and his exploits as a policeman,"My Pop, the COP" and another on several of West Chester's historic residents that have streets there named in their honor.
If I can help with any photos or research in and around West Chester, or help you fix something feel free to contact me.
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Seeing your Veit entries in St. Agnes, bringing Edna Mae Veit to your attention: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/dailylocal/obituary-browse.aspx?date=today&type=1&ln=v
Added by Dan Oh on Aug 29, 2016 8:16 AM
|juana manzana||RE: Thomas S. Butler photo|
Thank you. I had forgotten all about it. J
|Kristina (Covalt) Aldred||Cunards|
Webster Hayes Cunard was my Great Grandfather and was from West Chester. I am interesting in learning more about your books.
Kristina Covalt Aldred
|juana manzana||Thomas S. Butler photo|
May I have permission to use Thomas Stalker Butler's photo on my Ancestry.com site? Thank you. Jean Butler Apple
|g. pasch, pmp||your 6/2014 updates to historic tour info on 147 N. Broadway St. Milwaukee, WI|
My name is Ginger and I'm writing you today to learn more about your www.hmdb.org webpage updates from June 16, 2014 regarding the Clemens H. Kalvelage Warehouse located at 147 N. Broadway Street in Milwaukee, WI.
I live in this building and am sad to report that a development company is soliciting the building owners association to buy the historic treasure with stated intentions of demolition & use of the land for some MIAD project. Since learning this potentially devastating news, I am trying to gather as much data, history, time lines, owners, events, relationships, interested parties, pertinent details, etc to ready a case for taking up the fight over its unnecessary destruction. Unfortunately, I feel I am a lone soldier to this end. The other parties in the association are all quite interested and willing to take their sales offering gains and rid themselves of the perceived difficulties, liabilities or overall 100+year old building headaches. Apparently, association bylaw may only require 3 out of the 4 respective members to vote a majority and approve any sale.
If I could, I'd buy another flat in the building just to balance those odds but, as it stands, success in that way is a David vs Golliath scenario.
I'm writing to you in any hope you may be able to help me flush out this buildings relevance or may be able to lend me research sources for later.
Any info is appreciated, no matter how remote or small.
Please accept my sincere appreciation in advance,
|Robin Agarwal||RE: Plummer E. Jefferis|
I have three men named Plummer E. JEFFERIS on my tree:
1) My ancestor, who you found: b. 17 Nov 1828 Chester, PA, d. 18 Nov 1908 Vallejo, Solano, CA
2) His nephew, b. 27 Dec 1851 in possibly Newlin, Chester, PA, d. 6 Jun 1925
3) Grandson of #2, b. 16 Aug 1916
Do any of these sound plausible?
I'd love to learn more about your book - the JEFFERIS, PLUMMER and EDWARDS families came to America very early on and research is very challenging!
|lolo1951||David Franklin Pheasant|
Hi, Keith, I just transferred your ggf to you. I'm sure as we continue our searches in our family trees we will find that we are cousins somewhere along the way. Enjoy - families need to be together and I am happyI can help you. Please let me know if I can help you in the future.
Added by lolo1951 on Feb 06, 2014 3:45 PM
Thanks for what you do here, Keith. It is much appreciated!
~~~ Jim Marlowe
Added by James on Nov 23, 2013 8:05 AM
|Sharri Bodnar||Re: John H. Borden|
I can not link Joseph Emley Borden to his father because I did not create Joseph's memorial. Only that person can link him. You need to contact them and have them link his father (John H. Borden).
|Nancy Gibson Lowe||Philip Sharples|
Thank you for pointing out my mistakes with Philip's bio which I have corrected. Your book sounds fascinatting. I have ancestors who lived in West Chester, Phineas Eachus for one, (but no direct Sharples)so your book would be most interesting to read. I'm transferring Philip to you so you can add your information.
~ Nancy Lowe
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