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|Mary ||Eli M Westfall|
Thanks for the correction to Eli's parents' names. I changed the info on his memorial.
Mary in NJ
Added by Mary on Sep 22, 2016 6:55 AM
|Kaye Harkins McClintock||80232416 Lee Margaret Trobaugh|
Dennis, all the info I sent you on Lee's birthplace was in her obituary and in her book about her family. Her death place was in her obituary.
Her book tells all about her family and even has a pictures of them. Kaye
Hi, I was wondering if you had any knowledge of a Rebecca Westfall who is suppose to be the daughter of Gysbert(Gilbert) Westfall and married a Barant Ostrom. If you could tell me anything you may know about this I would greatly appreciate it! :)
|Bernard Garwood||Barnett Johnson Garwood|
FindAGrave Ref #89645098
Barnett Johnson Garwood was my great-great grandfather and I have a fair amount of information on his life, his children, his death.
I will be glad to send you what I have if you want to update his Find A Grave page. Please let me know..... thanks.
Howard Bernard Garwood
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|Nancy E.||Francis Ross Garwood|
Thank you for your kind assist with this information. I was able to create his page, and connect him with his family.
Added by Nancy E. on Jul 17, 2016 2:31 PM
|Debra Nelson||Samuel Garwood # 103278094|
Could you please forward me the information you have regarding his Revolutionary War service?
|Bonnie Shirley Amery||Robert A. B. Traughber|
Could this be the first post master of Mandeville who co-served with John William Smith?
Please view following information.
Bonnie Shirley Amery
Place name: Mandeville
Description: "This place has never been organized as a town but its history can be dated back to 1854 when John Smith and Robert Troughber petitioned the government for a post office and to give it the name of Mandeville." Robert Troughber gave the name to this town in honor of his sweetheart, Miss Amanda Shirley, of Tennessee. (TURNER-CLARK, Vol. I, p. 140)
Source: Adams, Orvyl Guy. "Place Names In The North Central Counties Of Missouri." M.A. thesis., University of Missouri-Columbia, 1928.
|Michelle Hartley||Juriaen Westfall|
Do you have any sources for his birth in Westphalia? Documentation is plentiful for his birth in Luyderdorp, Nederlands.
|Gary Ayers||RE: Nathan Westfall|
Wow, my assumption was spot on you certainly have been doing research on Nathan Westfall.
With links back to death in 1667 this is quite impressive.
Gary W. Ayers
|Montgomery County Archives||Ewin T. Traughber|
In correcting some of the errors on TN death certificates, I have been doing a little research to be sure the change/information submitted is accurate.
Emma Cor_line [?] Traughber, mother of Ewin T. Traughber, died on 8 Jan 1914 in District 1, Montgomery Co, TN. According to her death certificate, she was buried at Sadlersville, [Robertson Co], TN. I have not found her tombstone in either of the cemeteries in Sadlersville. John Cornelius must have married between 1918 and 1920 to Ophelia [surname?], possibly in Coffee Co, TN. They moved to Hopkins Co, KY and eventually to Knox Co, IN.
Do you have any idea what Emma's middle name really was? and who was Ophelia?
Thanks for any help.
Montgomery County Archives, Clarksville, TN
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