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Linda Ullom Buchanan (#46931949)
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Louisa Goins
#25981266: Catherine Smith SPRINGS
Catherine B. Smith (1828-1895), was the daughter of Martha SMITH (1800-1849), granddaughter of Rebecca Cleveland (1773-1849), of Saint Stephen, and later Charleston. Catherine Smith Springs was the sister of Andrew Henry DIBBLE, of Charleston and later Camden. He is mentioned in her Will. She used the name of SPRINGS and therefore was married to Richard Springs. They are seen living together in the 1860 and 1870 censuses.
Catherine married Richard S. SPRINGS (1819-1871), son of Andrew Baxter Springs (1786-1860) and Mary Martha Moore (1790-1821, of the SPRINGS Family who were in the textile business in the Rock Hill area.
Catherine and Richard are buried in the same plot.

Added by Louisa Goins on Jun 30, 2015 7:25 PM
Louisa Goins
Catherine B. Smith SPRINGS
Catherine B. Smith (1828-1895), was the daughter of Martha SMITH (1800-1849), granddaughter of Rebecca Cleveland (1773-1849), of Saint Stephen, and later Charleston. Catherine Smith Springs was the sister of Andrew Henry DIBBLE, of Charleston and later Camden. He is mentioned in her Will. She used the name of SPRINGS and therefore was married to Richard Springs. They are seen living together in the 1860 and 1870 censuses.
Catherine married Richard S. SPRINGS (1819-1871), son of Andrew Baxter Springs (1786-1860) and Mary Martha Moore (1790-1821, of the SPRINGS Family who were in the textile business in the Rock Hill area.


Added by Louisa Goins on Jun 30, 2015 7:23 PM
Louisa Goins
Catherine B. Smith SPRINGS
Catherine B. Smith (1828-1895), was the daughter of Martha SMITH (1800-1849), granddaughter of Rebecca Cleveland (17 - 1849), of Saint Stephen, and later Charleston.
Catherine married Richard S. SPRINGS (1819-1871), son of Andrew Baxter Springs (1786-1860) and Mary Martha Moore (1790-1821)

Added by Louisa Goins on Jun 30, 2015 7:06 PM
jsf1
RE: Hazel Renner
No problem. However, before I do, please add the links to her husband and child (as found on my memorial) to your listing.
Added by jsf1 on May 15, 2015 4:05 PM
McHunter45
Mary Jane Wolf Brungard
Find A Grave Memorial# 106556821-Thank you for adding the portrait. I have contracted the Clinton County Historical Society asking to publish the information to see if anyone locally wants the portriat.
Added by McHunter45 on May 14, 2015 4:07 PM
Sharon Self
portrait of Norval & Cara Ulllom's twins
Linda
I came across a portrait of the Ullom twins in an antique shop in Berkeley Springs, WV. Trying to find a home for it. 2nd portrait that may be an adult picture of one of the twins, or their father. I see from your site that one twin died very young. Perhaps it is the brother.

Are you interested in talking about the pictures?

Sharon Self
Added by Sharon Self on May 06, 2015 8:17 PM
Sandy Lapper
RE: Eula I. H. Kelley
When I checked her site the first time, only her father was listed. I asked that her mother's name be added.
Added by Sandy Lapper on Apr 30, 2015 4:09 PM
june adkinson
RE: D. L. W. Swaney
You are welcome. It was by chance there was someone in the office to locate where grave was.
Added by june adkinson on Apr 12, 2015 8:10 PM
llh14018
RE: Tom & Edna Brown
Eva Belle, oldest sister of Tom, was my great-grandma. (Eva, mother of Ruby who was mother of Velma who was my mother.)
cousin Lorrie L (Van Horn) Horner
Added by llh14018 on Apr 08, 2015 1:54 PM
Darby
William Long
I mis typed the link to his mother. It should be to: 42147142
Added by Darby on Mar 27, 2015 9:57 AM
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