|Karen Bee (#47162924)|
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|I am a resident of Bloomington, Idaho with family in this cemetery. I have been interested in family history and have done extensive research. Most of my family was on the frontier with very little records kept so it has been frustrating finding some information. I thought working on local cemeteries would be a benefit to others searching for ancestors. This will be an on going project as I continue to add more information. Please notify me with additional info or errors. This information is from the D.U.P. book at the cemetery and the cemetery book at our local Family History Center.|
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|bob Jones||Magee book|
Hi..we do not know each other, but a relative , Paul Myers, asked a question of me...and I saw your inquiry. I do own a copy of " The Magee family history " that I bought from a cousin who published it around 1968. There are many old families in it. ...thanks, Bob Jones
|Paul Myers||the Hogues|
See find a grave for Hogue in Hermon-Union Cemetery, Lawrence County, Pa.
William Hogue 10/07/1797 - 07/28/1868 He is the father of Leah.
|Paul Myers||the Hogues|
Yes, I have a copy of The Magee Family. The passage I quoted is from p 533. William and Martha Taylor Hogue are listed as the parents of Leah. Her siblings were Sarah, Martha, Ebenezer, Mary, Elizabeth, John, and William. Pages inclusive are 521-578. I knew the author, Robert A. Stevenson, who died in 2010 at age 99. His book was self published thru a printing house in Denver. All siblings except Leah and Ebenezer remained in Lawrence County, Pa. Many are buried at Hermon-Union Cemetery, Slippery Rock Twp., Lawrence County, Pa.
If you want photo copies, let me know, no money will be needed. Paul Myers
|Paul Myers||John & Leah McCluhan|
My info indicates that Leah Hogue McCluhan, b 1828, d 1919, married John McCluhan b 1822, d 1889, on 05/27/1847, at the Hogue homestead in Slippery Rock Twp., Lawrence Co., Pa. "In 1852, they moved to Utah, Warren County, Illinois, and on March 1, 1877, migrated to Nebraska. The are buried in Fleming Cemetery, near Morse Bluff, Saunders County, Nebraska". - from "The Magee Family" pub 1968. Info included their apparent wedding picture and a list of their children.
|Susan Smith||Ida May Patterson Ward|
Find a grave # 40363218. Ida May Patterson Ward is my grandmother. My Mom was Maxine Venice Ward White. I would appreciate it if you would please transfer management to me. Thank you for all the work you have done. Regards
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