|Dave Dimmick||Randolph Dimmick|
Been doing some research on a GGUncle of mine Randolph Dimmick. His brother Loren was my GGGrandfather. Been trying to find out who their father was for several decades. No Luck.
Margaret (can't remember her last name) posted some very useful information about Doll. Is he your Uncle also? Anyway come to find out Doll deserted the 44th Ind. with William Holderbaum who could be another Uncle as Loren Dimmick married Racheal Holderbaum my GGGRandmother. HUMM
I have a cousin Deann who has copiled a great deal of family history and if you are by chance a relative we would share whatever we have.
Thank You for remembering Uncle Doll. I plan to do the same. I have a thing about Veterans. :)
Enjoy the Day, Dave Dimmick
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|Larry&Sharon EASTERDAY||RE: Vandivers in Sullivan County MO|
I doubt that from the 1860 census and the names of the children. There is a lot of confusion re these people.
|Larry&Sharon EASTERDAY||Vandivers in Sullivan County MO|
Thank you for the Photo of Susan (Mary Susan [Grindstaff]) Vandiver later Hayes. I have added some info on FG
Thank you for the picture of Margaret's stone.
Added by KBrownst on Nov 15, 2011 11:15 AM
|Shirley Williams Rienecker||Black|
Thank you for finding and posting the picture on Black's grave.
|J. Robert Schmidt||Reynolds Township Cemetery - Burt Hatfield|
Thank You so very much for the photograph.
|Deborah Gliva||Lydia (Nettie) Stedman|
I found the stones for John and Virena Stedman but searced the surrounding area and did not find Lydia. Lot 1 Graves 1,2,&3 were for two small stone (1 & 2) and a monument (3) for John and Virena. Do you know for sure if Lydia is buried at Patton Cemetery?
|Marty Wells||Randolph "Uncle Doll" Dimick|
Thank you so very much for finding Uncle Doll's headstone. It is greatly appreciated.