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George Hauf (#48005499)
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Katherine White
RE: Lyman Cunningham
Thank you for the additional info on Elvira Cunningham-Powers. I suspected as soon as I saw the Powers surname there was a 99.9% possibility this connected to the abandoned Powers cemetery in Lancaster, Erie Co., New York. Sure enough, it does. It's a fascinating forgotten family burial ground, abandoned, and "lost" in the woods. I've uploaded pics of it under cemetery #2261711. Thanks again for the pieces of the puzzle.
Added by Katherine White on Apr 27, 2014 12:15 PM
Katherine White
RE: Lyman Cunningham
That definitely helped figure out the first name for Julia (not Jenny). I've corrected it and sent an edit for you to link to. You can tell by the photo I uploaded, it is very difficult to read as are the stones for the other two wives. They're all buried together. I'm working with a diary (you can read more about it in my profile) that does list all three wives by; "Mrs. Lyman Cunningham 1st wife, 2nd wife" etc,. It would appear from census records that there are four direct siblings for your Lydia, but I have been unable to locate any of them on Find-A-Grave. I did find Henry who would be a half-brother to Lydia. He was born abt. 1845 so I can't tell for certain which one of the other two woman (Clarissa or Nancy) is his mother. Another child was born to the last wife Sopron(i)a. Thank you again for the clarification on Julia's first name. I'm glad to have been able to connect them and figure out where Lyman went. Kathi
Added by Katherine White on Apr 27, 2014 8:57 AM
Katherine White
The last line of the message below should read "Jenny" as the Mother. Sorry for the confusion in names.
Added by Katherine White on Apr 27, 2014 1:42 AM
Katherine White
Lyman Cunningham & family
Would like to connect with you in regard to his children and his wives. He was married 4 times according to the records I am working. I just listed his first three wives in Lancaster Rural Cemetery - Erie Co., New York. This should make "Nancy" the Mother of Lydia Cunningham Croop.
Added by Katherine White on Apr 27, 2014 1:40 AM
Marie Anne (Troffer) Dietsch

I have linked Marie to her parents. Thanks for the information.

Added by Athena on Jul 11, 2013 9:07 PM
Connie Chrisman Hatch
Gebhard and Casebere
No relation to any of these people. I was just going through one of my older Williams County history/genealogy books and adding photos to Find A Grave. I hope you don't mind. If so, I'll gladly remove them.
Added by Connie Chrisman Hatch on Jul 11, 2013 6:05 PM
Agnes Anna (Goebel) Cape
Thank you for the information on what the A. stood for in Agnes's middle name. I have added her middle name to her memorial.

Added by Athena on Jul 09, 2013 3:14 PM
Cheryl Hanson
Both memorials have been updated.

Thank you!!
Added by Cheryl Hanson on Jul 06, 2013 5:52 PM
The Harts

All the SAC's you sent are done. Are you related? Do you want me to transfer any of them to you? You can have any but my great aunt Lola May Reynolds and her husband. Just let me know

Added by TheBlueJar on Jul 03, 2013 10:27 AM

Once again I want to thank you for the precious time you took to get more info on this family. You were right, his name was Rupert Charles Goebel. Not Robert Charles Goebel. I have made all corrections and up dates.

Thanks again for everything

Added by Athena on Jun 29, 2013 3:39 PM
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