|Joan of VA (#46993634)|
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My Paternal Grandmother was Ella FRAANKENFIELD born 1885 in Luzerne co., PA and my Grandfather was George A. LIVINGS born 1868 in Cumberland County, England, who arrived in America in 1870, with his parents George LIVINGS and Mary (KANE) Livings
My Paternal GG-Grandparents were Robert Boyce FRANKENFIELD (1850-1923) and Mary Jane VANDERMARK(1855-1920) of Luzerne co., PA
My Maternal Grandparents , who lived in Cambria co., PA were, Gilbert (David Gilbert) HOLLIS and Bessie BEERS Hollis.
I'm including my Grandfather's 2nd wife Dora Lillian (HOLLEN) McQuinn- Hollis, since our families overlap, and I'm related to some of the same HOLLEN families and she was the only Grandmother I knew.
My G-Grandparents were Samuel BEERS and Sarah E TROXELL, d/o Alexander TROXELL and Matilda Jane GATES, also of Cambria co., PA
My husband's Paternal Grandparents were Salomon SANCHEZ and Maria Sarah ARAGON of Anton Chico, Guadalupe co., New Mexico.
His maternal Grandparents were Leon Christian NELSONand Estella BARELA(Varela)of Anton Chico, Guadalupe co., New Mexico
David Gilbert Hollis #25793493
Bessie Matilda (Beers) Hollis #25793492
David Hollis- #28762873
Anne Elizabeth (Kessler) Hollis- # 28762928
Maternal 2nd Great Grandparents-
Susan Catherine (Boring) Hollis
George Livngs- #28212463
Ella (Frankenfield) Livings- 28212484
Robert Boyce Frankenfield- 9788083
Mary Jane (Vandermark) Frankenfield #9788097
Paternal 2nd Great-Grandparents-
John Frankenfield #28212274
Anna or Susan(Wolf) Frankenfield #28716912
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|Jayne Beers||RE: Robert Beer|
>Thank you for your correction on Robert's >Tombstone.
>I'm leaving it as Derrie, they misspelled names on >the census a lot, too.
Okay. That's so true on tombstones, census records and other primary records. Different spellings all over the place!
|diclouser||RE: James Nearhoof and Michael|
Hi Again! Annie, who created the memorials for Michael D & Elizabeth Nearhoof, made the corrections right away. So we can now link James and his siblings to their parents.
(father) Michael D Nearhoof # 155068674,
and (mother) Elizabeth # 155068744 at the Asbury United Methodist Church Cemetery. Thanks again so much for your input.
|diclouser||EF Nearhoof & Michael Nearhoof|
I took a look at 155068674 (E F Nearhoof). The Gravestone clearly has the name Michael D Nearhoof engraved on it. So therefore the relationship to Elizabeth and James would be correct. I'll contact the contributor regarding it.
Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
|diclouser||EF Nearhoof vs Michael Nearhoof|
The marriage records for James Clark Nearhoof clearly reflects "Michael D Nearhoof and Elizabeth Nearhoof" as his parents. Also, the 1880 U.S. Census reflects the complete family of Michael D Nearhoof, which is the same as what his descendant (Pelter) submitted to our Nearhoof Family book, and Ancestry.com. Thus far, the only E F Nearhoof is the person on the findagrave sie which reflects that E F Nearhoof is a "calculated relationship". The documents reflected above is proof of the relationship between James Clark Nearhoof and Michael Nearhoof.
I saw the name Troxell married into others I am researching. I'll list it soon. Can't find it right now.
|diclouser||RE: James Nearhoof|
I'm sorry I can't explain what another person entered as James Clark Nearhoof's father. I Know for certain that Michael D Nearhoof is the father. I am a (Nearhoof) direct descendant and have the Nearhoof book that we all collaborated about 20 years ago (A cousin Ralph Nearhoof put it all together). It's a wonderful book, and as I go through it, I do additional research because a lot has been found through census records, vital records, etc since then. The great-great grandson of Michael agrees. He has pictures that were published in our book in 2004 of James, Esther, Almeda and Earl.
I'll see if I can find out who E.F.Nearhoof is! I didn't see any reference to E.F though on James memorial.
Thanks for the info, I'll have some fun this evening hopefully to discover who E.F. was. I'll let you know!
|Patty||RE: Magdalena Snyder Biehn|
Thanks for all the information Joan! It's more than what I was hoping for. :-)
Added by Patty on Jun 21, 2016 5:38 PM
|Patty||Magdalena Snyder Biehn|
I'm beginning my research and saw your note on my 4th G-Grandmother's grave. I'm looking for information on her husband, Jacob Biehn (72Y 7M 4D). Any information you can share would be appreciated. :-)
Added by Patty on Jun 20, 2016 7:03 PM
|Jayne Beers||RE: William Beer|
You're welcome for the information about Peter Beer. I came across it when searching for other family members.
|Alysania||Thomas Robert Chilton|
Thanks for adding the obituary for Thomas Robert Chilton!
He's somewhat loosely related.. His uncle - mother's brother - adopted the baby who is my 2x great-grandfather in about 1860. Just figured it out today, glad to have found the obituary to add to his memorial here too! Not sure if you have any connection to him or not - just curious in case we're somewhat distantly related cousins.
Added by Alysania on Jun 18, 2016 5:55 PM
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