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Phyllis Meyer (#47083260)
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Bio Photo Almost every genealogist sooner or later ends up looking for their ancestors in a cemetery because a great deal of information can be found there. If the listings and photos I've posted at Find A Grave has helped you send me an email or leave a message.

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christine
David Blakeleyly

Hi Phylis,
Wondering if you are related to David Blakeley too?
Added by christine on Sep 03, 2015 2:24 PM
Sean Lux
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Is Ann Furman, the wife of James Edington, supposed to be the daughter of Ebenezer Furman?
Added by Sean Lux on Sep 01, 2015 10:44 AM
Ken
Find A Grave Memorial# 60934315
Hi Phylis: Just wondering, are you related to the Jonathan Rood ( Find A Grave Memorial# 60934315 ) found in Niagara County, New York? I've been researching this line for going on 20 years. This Jonathan isn't my line, but we descend from the same father. Ken Rood
Added by Ken on Sep 01, 2015 9:44 AM
Sean Lux
Question
Are you related to Marcus and Mildred Lux? I'm surprised I never asked you that in the past.
Added by Sean Lux on Aug 30, 2015 11:30 PM
Nancy Plumfield
RE: Mary Welch Murtha
Thanks for your quick response.
Added by Nancy Plumfield on Aug 30, 2015 8:13 PM
Nancy Plumfield
Mary Welch Murtha
I was doing a little research on the Welch family when I came across Mary Welch Murtha. A few weeks ago I was researching the Murthas of Wyoming County, so I was excited that the 2 families may be merging together. Do you know if Mary's husband James Murtha was related to Bernard Murtha who is also buried at St. Patrick's. I have not been able to find anything on line to link the two men. Thanks.
Added by Nancy Plumfield on Aug 29, 2015 9:32 PM
Dave Davenport
RE: FRANK MAY
THANKS FOR CHECKING.
Added by Dave Davenport on Aug 09, 2015 5:39 PM
Dave Davenport
FRANK MAY
DO YOU KNOW IF FRANK WAS BORN IN GERMANY AND CAME TO AMERICA IN 1854. WAS HE MARRIED TO SUSSANNA? MIGHT HE HAVE HAD OLDER BROTHERS MARTIN, ADAM, CHARLES AND GUSTAV? IN 1860 MIGHT HE HAVE LIVED IN BURLINGTON, WISCONSIN WITH HIS PARENTS, FRANZ AND BARBARA MAY? SEE SHIP ARRIVAL BELOW. MIGHT HE HAVE BEEN NAMED AFTER HIS FATHER?

Ship: Scioto
From: Havre
To: New York
Arrived: 28 June 1854

Frank Adam May and his wife, Barbara Stockmeister, with their family came to the US on June 28, 1854. Their trip began in Havre and they traveled on the S. S. Scioto. The ship mastered by Miele Sawyer carried 338 passengers. Two infants and three adults died during the journey. Occupation on the ship passenger list was listed as Farmer for all passengers. Three stowaways were found on board. Franz and his family were listed as Passengers #255 through Passengers #260. Barbar was listed with an infant, which probably was son, Frank. The ship Passenger list can be found on Family History Library Microfilm Tape #0175497. Franz and Barbara are listed as Age 42 and 40 which are correct. Gustave is listed as Age 12, Appolonia is listed as Age 10, Martin, Age and a child named Carl, Age 6. Adam does not appear on the list and no record of a Carl has been found in the family. In the right hand column there appears the word Died on the line for Frank Adam. Since no record of Frank Adam appears in City Directories or Census after his arrival in the United States it is assumed that he was one of the adults to die aboard ship. An Elizabeth May, Age 21, was also on the passenger list but so far no connection has been made to the Frank Adam May family.

Catholic baptism: 07 February 1812, St. Martin Church, Tauberbischofsheim, Germany Less
Added by Dave Davenport on Aug 09, 2015 9:06 AM
Dawn Maldonado
John X Erler
I was wondering if you are related to him or you just took photos of the grave for the site?
Added by Dawn Maldonado on Jul 27, 2015 5:46 PM
Dawn Maldonado
John X Erler
I was wondering if you are related to him or you just took photos of the grave for the site?
Added by Dawn Maldonado on Jul 27, 2015 5:43 PM
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