|Paul Ridenour (#47049687)|
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I am in telecommunications and have been working for Electronic Data Systems since 1985. EDS became HP in 2008.In my free time, I am a drummer, photographer, and like to travel.I have my Ridenour genealogy traced back to my 9th great grandparents.|
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|Kay Beucler||RE: Eva Ridenour Groves|
Thanks Paul. I agree with your comments on George's parents. Unfortunately many people are no longer reaching multiple sources for their documentation. They just copy data and perpetuate the errors. Thanks cousin.
|Hal Stewart||RE: Pink Smith|
A good search is never for nothing. You are more than welcome sometimes it just goes that way.
|Linda||RE: Edward Goschke|
Happy to help Paul.
Added by Linda on Jul 21, 2015 9:54 PM
|W. Warder||RE: George McNeir|
Glad to do it!
|Kevin Watson||RE: Sarah Bird Jones Jett|
Your more than welcome...I knew she would be in great hands
|Scott Edward Dixon||RE: Your cousin|
I'll send responses to your email on file, posted on your profile. If this email isn't functioning, just let me know. Thanks for the very detailed response about our mutual relatives! You are very nice to have done this!
|Scott Edward Dixon||Ridenour|
Not sure if we're related directly, but my 3rd great grandmother was Catharine Ridenour, born 7 Aug 1790 in Washington, MD. In 1811, she married Daniel Fearnow in Berkeley Springs, WV (town was named Bath, Virginia at the time). She died Nov 10, 1861, same place. Her parents were Johannes Jacob Reitenauer (1750-1810) and Elizabeth Zeller (1749-1833). I'd sure like to hear from you even if we can't find a direct connection.
David B Ridenour, Sr is married to my 5th great aunt, Margaret Ridenour.
I was born in Rouzerville, PA and lived in Hagerstown, MD area until I was out of school. I still have family in Hagerstown so we go there a few times a year to visit.
Tomorrow, we are planning on visiting the Osage Cemetery.
Thanks for all your research.
Added by rfitz on Apr 27, 2015 5:32 PM
|Wayne Smith||RE: Rachel Lenora|
I don't think so, Paul, so if you don't mind send it. My wife's 4G grandfather, John David German Adrian, was a charter member of First Baptist, Tyler in 1848.
|Fran Matchett||Karen and Nancy Ridenour|
I see that there is no date of death for them. Please don't add their names if they are still living.
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