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*Schaffner by Mother's 2nd marriage
Roepcke, Bubolz, Penrod, Hecht, Schenck, Roederer, Distelhorst, Chambers, Dohn, Rench, Jeske, Pillsbury, Pingle, Shields, Humphries, Bonebrake, Sites, Libotorf, Beck, Gother, Hanson, Buetow, VanStraten, Wolf.
**A very special thank you to Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey, Jaxxon and Ellen Headington for all the wonderful tombstone pictures they have added to my Memorials the past few years. Thank you for going above and beyond for those who have passed on into God's loving arms.
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|Greg Stephan||Levi H Penrod|
Hello Debbie...I am related to Levi H Penrod (b 7 Nov 1833 in Shelby Co Ohio, married Martha L Irvin/Ervin on 13 Sept 1855 and d 23 Dec 1890)by marriage; Emma Jane (daughter)Penrod married James Caldwell on 30 Sep 1880; Bertha Mae (daughter)Caldwell married William Oscar Stephan (my great grandfather)on 9 Oct 1904. I need help finding a birth cert for Levi H Penrod and Martha L Irvin/Ervin please. Do you already have a copy or can you get/send me a copy please? My personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you in advance!
|Carolyn Murray Greer||Jeff P Tolbert|
I did not find Tolbert or Peebles in your lists you are researching. I am a descendant of both lines with Jeff Tolbert being my grandmother's brother and his wife Georgie Marie Peebles Tolbert being my grandfather's brother, so I am really double kin.
What is your relation to Jeff Tolbert? I would love to know more about family members far away from our home area of Lawrence County, Alabama.
|Patricia Lyle||James Barr Jr #144293226|
I saw your entry for James Barr #113911500. He is buried with his family at St Johns Catholic Cemetery in Manayunk, PA. Father James #31391585 and mother 74459709.
|Jeanie Brown||Memorial #124289019|
Truman Harding was a son of Lebeus/Lebbus Lathrop Harding. After his mother died, Truman was supposedly raised by his Grandfather, Solomon E. Harding.
In the book, "Hardings in America", by Wilbur Judd Harding - published 1925, Truman Harding is mentioned on pg. 138: "Truman G. Harding born Sept 12, 1849." On pg.95 we find the following mention: "Lathrop's wife died, leaving children. Uncle Salmon [Solomon] took the boy Truman and raised him to manhood."
Lebbus Lathrop Harding 1st married Elmira Reed and 2nd on 4 Aug 1845 in Richland Co., OH, to Caroline Stearnes/Sterns. It is evidently from this 2nd marriage that Truman Harding was born.
Lebbus Lathrop Harding was a son of Solomon E. Harding & a grandson of Amos & Phoebe Tripp Harding.
Thank you for your work with the cemeteries.
|Payton Kane||RE: # 140350036 Anna Schaffner|
Debbie! You are very welcome!
Thanks for understanding my Find A Grave humor! Some people take this site far too seriously!
|John Leach||RE: Elizabeth Dalzell|
Thank you. And thanks for your work on findagrave.com. It's a big help with my research.
|Carol & David||Joseph Rasely Mem. 98503938|
Hi, I am wondering what your note in the bio section listing “son moved to MI” means, any records I have found indicate his children died local so I am wondering if you have any additional information. Are you related to the Raselys as I notice you have a few memorials for them and I have been researching them too?
|Bill Krebs||RE: Benjamin F Cable|
Ill send you a copy in 2 weeks.
|Bill Krebs||RE: Benjamin F Cable|
Thanks. It's very rewarding. Didn't know he had committed suicide. That make at least 5 in the regiment who did. I've written an article about PDST in the Civil War. And it's amazing more didn't commit suicide. I can send you a copy of our e-zine if you like with the article in it. Just need your E address. The article will come out in our April issue which will be sent out Mar 15.
|Joseph Dodds||Mary Dorn Hile #137493947|
Do you know anymore about where she's buried. Her first husband's marker has a blank spot for her name.
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