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Ken & Linda Teutsch (#46822642)
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Jim & Lori Rowe
RE: Vandervorts
Who and how do you want them linked. Please ask through the memorials under the edit tab and include memorial numbers.
Added by Jim & Lori Rowe on Mar 06, 2014 4:10 PM
Valice Raffi
Joseph Clark
Thanks for adding his dd, also thanks for letting me know about Franklin! Valice
Added by Valice Raffi on Nov 27, 2013 10:58 AM
Carolyn Ellis
RE: Mary Frances Dobbs Dyson
Now isn't that a hoot? You're right, it's a small world. Faye and I have always been close, almost like sisters.
Added by Carolyn Ellis on Nov 12, 2013 5:50 PM
Carolyn Ellis
RE: Mary Frances Dobbs Dyson
No, I am helping my cousin Faye Marshall Welter with her family and Mary Frances' mother was a Welter. Faye Marshall's mother and my mother were sisters so this gets into the Roberts. Faye was married to Freeman Dale Welter.
Added by Carolyn Ellis on Nov 12, 2013 4:36 PM
Carolyn Ellis
Mary Frances Dobbs Dyson
Thank you so much for getting this photo for me. Makes the memorial a little more complete.

Thanks, Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Ellis on Nov 12, 2013 3:59 PM
Lisa Larimore
Dilliner Family
Oh, ok. Thank you so much!
-Caitlin
Added by Lisa Larimore on Aug 21, 2013 1:32 AM
Lisa Larimore
RE: Dilliners
My great grandfather was born Leroy Rex Dilliner. According to my grandmother, he ran away from home at the age of 14 and found work mixing concrete before joining the army. When he joined the army he was known as Leroy G Dilliner. He spent most of his life in the army, was discharged the final time in 1920, and moved to Los Angeles by 1921. He is listed in the 1930 census as Patrick James Dillon... Needless to say, we are very confused. And not just with Leroy; its as if his father didn't exist before 1887. I got Leroy's father's death certificate and it says his name was Charles William Dilliner born in Ohio on April 16, 1845 to James Dilliner and Unknown mother. According to Leroy, Charles's father James was a horse trader from Ireland; but he also said that his family was related to the Dilliner family in Greene County, Pennsylvania. He talked about how his family were called "Dunkards", something having to do with a river.
Added by Lisa Larimore on Aug 13, 2013 9:17 PM
Lisa Larimore
RE: Dilliners
Oh no. Gosh, I really hoped that was our James. Back to square one again. Do you think you may be able to help me with my Dilliner family genealogy since you know so much about the Dilliners? Dilliner is not a common last name, so I'm thinking they have to be connected somehow. I do have an ancestry.com account LLarimore4434. My family has been stuck on the Dilliner family for over 3 generations, and I want to crack this once and for all. I'm the fourth generation that has been researching this family, and I've barely gotten anywhere. I can't tell you how much my family and I would appreciate it if you could try and help us with this puzzle. Thank you for your time,
-Caitlin Larimore
Added by Lisa Larimore on Aug 07, 2013 12:02 AM
Lisa Larimore
Dilliner Family
Hello,
I am VERY interested in everything you put up on this website concerning the Dilliner family. My grandmother was a Dilliner and we have had a VERY hard time with genealogy on that side. According to her, her great grandfather was a horse trader named James Dilliner who was connected somehow to Dilliner, PA. She said "people called him Dunkard." Its very confusing and I think the James you have written down as the son of George T Dilliner and Sarah Ramsey might be my grandmother's great grandfather. Do you know anything about this James? Thank you SO much!
-Caitlin Larimore
Added by Lisa Larimore on Aug 06, 2013 12:59 PM
Landon Tanner
W. Crafford
I think you need to check your figures people! The stone says he died in Sept., not Aug. and if he was aged 82 years, 2 months & 12 days, then he was born 26 June, not 25 May.
Added by Landon Tanner on Jan 03, 2013 10:00 AM
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