|Nancy McCausland-Jones (#47081698)|
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I was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. I moved from the area in 1980. Lived in California, Arizona, Nevada and Washington.
I am maintaining my grandfather "William David McCausland's Line. He was born May 23, 1893 and passed away February 26, 1947. His wife, my grandmother was Roseanna Cecelia Dougherty-McCausland, born August 3, 1897 and she passed away on her birthday, August 3, 1951. My grandparents had at least 47 Grandchildren. With the help of many of my cousins, my sisters, my mother & my late Uncle Joe McCausland was I able to make this possible.
On the McCausland side, my cousin Bruce Andrews has done extensive family research for about 25 years, dating back to the 1700's and is still very much at it.
Another cousin on the McCausland side, Pater Flint as done extensive research on his line, and is still very much at it as well.
Pat Lowery, my cousin on the Dougherty side, has researched and provided the family with a wealth of information and many pictures.
Bob Smerker, my cousin on the Heaney-Goepfrich side, (my mother's) has researched and provided the family with a wealth of information and many pictures. My mother and her sister (My Aunt) have been a tremendous help in this research.
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|Jeff Pincin Sr.||Francis "Faye" Rudolph|
Please correct the spelling of Francis to Frances as per the photo and SSDI - RUDOLPH, FRANCES A 04 Aug 1910 03 Nov 1995 85 19037 (Glen Riddle Lima, Delaware, PA) Pennsylvania 162-28-4335
|Ronald Walter Tipton||McCausland History|
Good to hear from you again. I just got off a six day work schedule. That's another problem, work often interfered with my genealogy research. Of course one has to work to make a living too so I have to balance the two.
I'll let you know when I come across that McCausland information that Sarah McCausland loaned to me. I look forward to sharing information with you.
|Ronald Walter Tipton||Genealogy History|
So good to hear from you. I find researching my family history to be perhaps the most rewarding past-time I have at this time of my life. My only regret is that I wish I had started it sooner, while some of my older relatives were still alive.
Thank you for your offer to transfer some of my relatives memorials to me. I may take you up on that offer. I am especially interested in the Hadfields, which is my maternal line. A Hadfield brother and sister (Thomas and Hannah) married a McCausland brother and sister which I think is so interesting. I guess back in those times families had a small radius of travel because the same thing happened on my paternal side where a Tipton brother and sister married a Bailey brother and sister.
When I find my McCausland information I will send it to you. Did you know I was good friends With Alan McCausland? He was a wonderful man and he died much too soon.
|Ronald Walter Tipton||McCausland History|
I'm looking at the wonderful job that you did posting the history of the McCauslands (and Hadfield and Cooks) on Find a Grave.com. Wonderful job! I am so impressed. My best to you always.
|Ronald Walter Tipton||RE: Hadfield-McClausland Line|
So good to hear from you Nancy. I have a copy of a book somewhere (I don't know right now) that I borrowed from Sarah McClausland that takes the McClausland line back to Ireland. When I find it I'll contact you.
|Ronald Walter Tipton||Hadfield-McClausland Line|
Good to see someone is maintaining the McClausland line. I am maintaining the Hadfield line. Hadfield brother and sister married McClausland brother and sister. Hannah Hadfield married Emma's brother John McClausland. My mother was Betty Hadfield Tipton. She was the daughter of George Lincoln Hadfield, Sr.
|Joz||Harry Palmer Arlington Cemetery|
Hello Nancy, Just wanted to mention that I input an obit on Harry's memorial. If you click on the photo you will see the date and the newspaper that it came from. One other thing, I noticed that you only put a photo of the names on the marker. It would be much better to have the entire marker as well as the smaller photo of the names. Just a thought. Have a nice day. Joz
Added by Joz on Jul 06, 2011 7:41 PM
|Lynn Mahoney||RE: James Rudilph|
Your very welcome!
|Robert Hobdell||William McCausland|
Section 148 Lot 145 is right next door to my Great Great Grandfather in section 146. I'll take a look next for William next time I go to clear the weeds and report back to you, hopefully with picture, but Moriah is a mess. Regards- Rob Hobdell
|eagledawg||Thomas & Catherine Jones?|
Hi Nancy, not far from where Joseph Thomas & Isabelle Jones were buried are Thomas (1861-1919) and Catherine (1870-1926) Jones. I took pictures in case there is a connection but could not make out their specific plot number in Section F of Evergreen-Washelli, Seattle, WA. Let me know and I'm happy to share the photos.
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