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I will be happy to add information and links to memorials that I manage.
Please use the EDIT tab on each memorial. I can usually get updates done within a day or two.
If your updates are taking longer to appear, then we are probably traveling and I will be getting to additions/corrections just as soon as I have internet access.
If we are on a trip, we could be out of touch from the internet for as much as 2 weeks at a time.
A transfer request must include your relationship to the individual, and a little extra identifying information. This is just to help prevent any potential mix-ups.
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Thanks ahead of time for your help and contributions. They are much appreciated!
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|Werner Howald||Susan Bowles|
Yes, it is very interesting now, your update looks great, I figured something out after I checked into as who was Susan Bowles ( Patton ). Her parents has a Find A Grave memorial in Union, Franklin Co. Missouri. I put in for a link for Susan. Then I found out that a FamilySearch file exist for property appraisals for this William Nelson Patton in 1858 and it looks like George Hearst bought his property. It shows also a inventory of personal properly and live stock and slaves, then they had an auction that shows all the people by name that bought all of this stuff, very interesting to show this part. So, my question is, how did after Susan's parents died, which were both of them in the same year of 1857, who did she travel with, I do know that George Hearst married Pheobe in June of 1862 in Missouri, could it had been George and Pheobe, and that Susan appreciated them so much to had named two of her children after them, this part I believe not just that she married a descendant of one, but for their help. Maybe to, for it could be possible that George Hearst introduced her to Caleb his cousin.
I made copies of those appraisal records
I wonder what else happened.
|Werner Howald||The Boys|
Now that we have involved the Hearst family on this, I wonder if they the family had known that some cousins were hanging around. I would would think so, for Caleb and Susan Bowles named two children after George and his wife Phoebe Hearst, Susan had to agree with this, or they were working out here on the Hearst Ranch and appreciated their help. Another thing that I found, George Hearst is in the Census up in Nevada Co. In Nevada City, in the Great California voters Register, Caleb and his brother George Milton Bowles had registered in 1868 and 1871 in Birchville, Nevada Co. California. Did Hearst had any interest at that time too,
|Werner Howald||Hearst Connection|
Hi Cashie, again, searching a little bit more on these two Bowles Twin Boys and you get the Hearst family in evolved. You say, how is that possible. George F Hearst b. 1820 in Franklin Co; who's father was Wm George HearstThe Hearst family came this County. Caleb Bowles, the twin boys father's mother was Mary ( Polly ) Hearst, who married Caleb Bowles Sr in Franklin Co Missouri in 1822 b. 1785 - 1836 died in Missouri. Mary Hearst was sister to this Wm Geo Hearst, so Caleb Jr and George F Hearst were 1st cousins, there for, the two boys and framed William Randolph Hearst were in it self, were 2nd cousins. Look it up.
You never know in this line of research, Wow.
So, is it possible that Caleb and George Hearst came out to California together, they both ended up here on the Central Coast. coming from Franklin Co. Missouri
|Werner Howald||Twin Babies|
Hi Cashie, was interesting to find out about these two boys family, and at this time am waiting for the creator of Margaret Martinelli memorial to link her up. I looked at this families web site for the S. Martinelli & Company, it mentions that their founder Stephen Martinelli came to the U S in 1859, it seems to be true here, I found a Ships Passengers list for 1859 that seems to be him, and the age for him is right on too, but it states that he was a Sailor at 15, it probably was his payed ride to America, a one time deal. He may have done a good job, and was proud of it, maybe the Captain hate to see him go. And that's why he put down SAILOR. The 1860 census for him in Watsonville states 17 years old.
|Diane LM||RE: Thanks|
I tried to find an obit for Anna Robinson but the Uniontown papers don't go back that far. If I find anything I will let you know.
Added by Diane LM on Nov 16, 2016 11:56 AM
|Diane LM||Annie Oliphant Robinson|
the article is about her husband (what else is new?) and she is only mentioned as an afterthought and only in relation to her male ancestors. It is in Biographical and portrait cyclopedia of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, page 217
Added by Diane LM on Nov 16, 2016 9:53 AM
|Diane LM||RE: Good Progress|
Have a great time on your trip!
Added by Diane LM on Nov 05, 2016 4:28 PM
|Susan||RE: William Hagan|
I read the census you posted - thank you.
I did find some info on Lizzie Hagan. She married Oscar W. Ott (b.Cincinnati OH) on 5-30-1901. Marriage cert. lists her age as 17, which jives with the birthdate of Sept.1884 that you have for Lizzie.
I found an Oscar W. Ott b.1881 Cincinnati OH, d.1916 Wheeling WV. His d/c lists him as SINGLE, but I would bet the rent that's her husband.
Added by Susan on Oct 30, 2016 11:04 AM
|Diane LM||RE: All Cleared Up|
I am working on the memorials I have created for Oak Grove in Uniontown. I think it is easier just to be able to link and add bios for those but sometimes it involves other, like you. I really appreciate your working on this family with me. Hagan was a big name there; my mother knew some of them and of course we all ate the ice cream.
So, on to the next family ;-)
Added by Diane LM on Oct 24, 2016 7:39 AM
|Diane LM||RE: Parents of Eliza|
Now that you have added different, and clearer, photos I can see the date is 1854. So many times I have gotten the information wrong based on the photo that wasn't as clear as the actual marker. Her photo wasn't as good as yours. Now the age of 32 makes sense. And I have seen both womens' names in the census. I looked in Hadden's book on Uniontown but women are so seldom mentioned that it is worthless for this particular issue. And 1854 makes more sense based on John's DOD.
Added by Diane LM on Oct 23, 2016 3:50 PM
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