|Stu (Koblentz) Haley (#47137674)|
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Historian, author and genealogist with advanced experience in Ohio. Based in Baltimore.|
Author of the following titles from Arcadia Publishing:
Images of America, Marion (2004)
Images of America, Marion County (2007)
Images of America, Upper Arlington (2008)
Images of America, The Ohio State University Neighborhoods (2009)
(And other titles as a "ghost" author for the credited author)
Past president of the Marion County Historical Society, Marion, Ohio.
Working on the following surnames: Monnett(e), Burtsfield, Jones, Foos, VanMeter, Hinamon, Hinaman, Heinemann, Harvey, Fickle, Schmidt, Schmid, Koblentz (Latvian), Dorsey and their allied families.
IMPORTANT: I am happy to transfer people that I have added, if am not descended from that person. Just ask!
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|BLESSING||RE: Thank you!|
Are you having problems with her? I hope not.
Added by BLESSING on Nov 30, 2013 9:01 PM
Thanks Stu. I attached several headstone pictures today to several of your memorials. I hope you like them.
|Jim Pulver||Elsie not Lisa|
Oops, I meant Elsie not Lisa Monnett.
|Jim Pulver||Lisa Monnet Malcolm|
I just created a memorial for Lisa Monnett Malcolm's (#38302359) husband, James Harvey Malcolm (#118922586). I was wondering if it is OK to copy the picture you have of the two of them and attach it to James. Or perhaps you could attach it yourself.
Do you know where I could get a copy of the old Doris VanMeter Hickson manuscript of the VanMeter family? Once it was in Marion Co OH.
Sure would appreciate it.
Added by Faith on Sep 19, 2013 9:45 PM
|Corinna Harvey-Burton||RE: Not sure|
James Thomas Harvey (1790-1846) is buried in Marion County Ohio and as I know, he was married to Martha Kline (1803-1885). Their son, James J. Harvey (1829-1913) was married to Lucinda Hinklin (1831-1873). James is buried in Bingham Nebraska. Their son, Robert A Harvey, my great grandfather, was born in Champion County Ohio and is buried in Vivian South Dakota.
My father tells the story that the Harvey line originated when 4 or 5 brothers came to America, with a couple of the brothers getting killed by Native Americans.
Thanks for your input!
|Corinna Harvey-Burton||William F. Harvey|
Good morning! I see that William is your GGG grandfather. I am wondering if you are related to me. My G grandfather was Robert A. Harvey, his father was John J. Harvey, and his was James Thomas Harvey and I believe his father was William Harvey. Do any of these names ring a bell?
Thanks for your time.
|pam hill||Sorrick, Adam|
I will try this again. Looking for links to the Adam Sorrick grave. His wife was Rebecca. Are there other graves attached to this Adam? His son Franklin H sorrick was my g-g-g-father. died in Winchester, TN. don't have any more clues about Franklin's family or Adams family. Adam have siblings? My gfather said his father was Kiel /kyle or Wm. Edward came to corner of TN. We can't find any of this . Thanks for any help.
Added by pam hill on Aug 30, 2013 10:58 AM
|Nancy Purchase||Knowles correction|
Sorry Ada Loraine Knowles (my paternal Grandmother who m. Aloysius or "Ollie" Schneider) was the daughter of Margaret Ann Lindsay and Harrison "Henry" Knowles. Henry's
parents were Catherine Foos and Capt. Hiram Knowles, son of Mary __ and Seth Knowles of New York. Catherine's parents were Mary Aye and Capt. John Foos. Maria Magdalena "Mary" Aye was the daughter of Anna Catharina "Catherine" Dotterer or Dutro and George Jacob Aye.
|Nancy Purchase||RE: Aye Boulder|
Yes, we definitely are related. My paternal grandmother was Ada Knowles Schneider. Her father, Hiram Knowles m. Catherine Foos daughter of Mary Aye and John Foos.
We have corresponded before. What is the 'erratic" - the AYE rock?
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