|Sue LaBrie (#47158546)|
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|For the past twenty plus years I have been working on my family history. Things are so much easier now to research from the comfort of my own home with all the information available online.|
I love to walk through the old cemeteries. I only wish they could tell their stories a little "louder".
Now I have a place to deposit all the information I have acquired over the years. It will take a while to get it all up here. I look forward to meeting others who are researching the same lines.
Family names I am researching are:
Merrill, Hall, Bailey, Hayes, Anderson, Batten
Samuelson, Larson, Holcomb, Bancroft
Erdenberger, Stanhope, Owen, Lockwood, Bender, Bickel, Wise
Rothe, Kerr, McCoy, Zeits, Wolf, Armstrong, Harbison, Sagerson
Gillespie, Geiger, Roll
I welcome all inquiries or will share information from my files.
I picked up this quote at the Ashtabula OH County library in Geneva:
THE STORY TELLERS
We are the chosen. In each family, there is one who seems called to find the ancestors. To put flesh on their bones and make them live again, to tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and approve. Doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts, but instead, breathing life into all who have gone before. We are the story tellers of the tribe.
|Messages left for Sue LaBrie (40)||[Leave Message]|
|Karen & John P||RE: Merrill Plot|
The view from their plots is beautiful. The plots are on a shelf at the top of a hill nestled in the pine trees. I was up there around 8:30 AM enjoying the sun peeking through the trees. I am glad you like the pictures. I always try to take a picture of the entire family plot and name each person in their final resting place order. It gives folks a visual of their families final resting place. Herbert's stone is loose from the base so I was able to get a better picture by laying it on it's back. I did upright it after photographing it. I'm glad I could help you. Have a nice day!
|Pearl McDonald||Carlos C Holcomb|
Glad I could help locate his grave. I researched Carlos Holcomb because I am trying to determine the parents of his 1st wife Phebe Jane Decker - or her birth place in New York state. Do you have any information regarding their son John Wesley Holcomb? His death record may give me the information I need. I located John Wesley Holcomb on the 1860 Oxford, Marquette, Wisc and 1870 Ironton, Sauk, Wisconsin census but nothing after 1870. Would have have additional information? Thanks.
|Thomas||J F Daugherty - Grave Memorial# 93249494|
I found some interesting news articles on Mr. Daugherty. You may want to reorder the images. If you retype any of the informaton I can delete them or just leave as posted. Thanks, Thomas
Added by Thomas on Jun 20, 2014 5:34 AM
|Doug Haddix||Roll family|
I have found some stones of the Roll family. Mathias and his wife Mary. Contact me at Haddix5@woh.rr.com. This is Doug Haddix. They are my 6th generation grandparents. Thx
|Bev. S.||Rufus Kerr Parents|
Info has been added to his memorial. Thanks Bev.
Added by Bev. S. on Apr 14, 2014 7:21 AM
|Nathan Haines||Emma Ingeborg Larson Tucker|
I went and took pics of Emma's grave today and added them to her page. I linked her husband to his parent's and added pics to all of their pages as well.
|Ashtabula Co. Gen. Soc.||Thelma Ducro|
Sue - Thank you for the connections which I have added for Thelma. I appreciate the info and will continue trying to connect families as long as I can. Phyllis
|Abra||RE: Merrill Portrait|
Sue, we've corresponded before...his first wife's sister was my great-grandmother. I found an old photo of him, but haven't found much more info.
Added by Abra on Oct 26, 2013 6:40 PM
|Audrey Ramsay Prest||quote|
I love the quote you added to your profile page. I suppose I couldn't do all the research and posting online if I didn't feel that my ancestors approved — at least, I hope they do!
Nice chatting with you about the Daughertys in Oakland Cemetery. They're quite close to my Esteses.
|David Bates||Myrtle Barr - Pictures added|
I was up in Poncha Springs today and noticed your request. Glad I was able to find the grave. This was a neat little mountain cemetery with some beautiful views.
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