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MarjisAngels (#46588277)
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Bio Photo FAMILIES ARE FOREVER

Researching Anderson, Barckley, Brewer/Brower, Cheesman, Coggshell, Dennis, Eye, Fulton, Gault, Goodwin, Hoagland, Huffman/Hoffman, Hull, McDonald, Mowry, Raner, Pees, Propst, Rexroad, Russell, Shearman, Summers, and more.

Descendant Documents I'm happy to share freely, documentation is included.
HENRY HUFFMAN [1757-1835]
MOSES HOAGLAND [1774-1850]
JAMES GAULT ( - 1798)

Descendant Documents or gedcom's in progress:
STODDARD MOORE ANDERSON [1765/8- 1857]
PETER TOMAS HOHL (Hull) [1716-1776]
NICHOLAS PEES [1713-1818]
ANDREW RUSSELL, SR.[1732-1814]
JOHANN GEORGE [JORG] SOMMERS/SUMMERS [1713-1787]

Next to all the wonderful volunteers who will take tombstone photos, I especially like the new link functions and the lengths Findagrave has gone to respect both family and volunteers efforts to create significant memorials while still giving full credit to the original creators both in name and in numbers. Thanks Findagrave!

I would be remiss if I didn't also express my gratitude to ROAGK volunteers who have found burial places and have taken tombstone photos as well, incuring costs for which they get little or no credit.

My hat's also off to findagravers building memorials and virtual cemetery combinations providing a vehicle to greatly enrich other researchers. Their time, energy and expense are also very impressive.

Most but not all of the listings are my ancestral lines. If my family but your connection is closer I will be happy to transfer to you with a very few exceptions in which years of study and collecting documentation and conferring with other long time researchers and genealogists have proven that online family trees are rife with error concerning the individual. Peter Thomas Hull is one of those people.

Corrections or additional info is very welcome

PLEASE use the EDIT/SUGGESTION functions to request links so I don't have to try to read my own awful handwriting and take twenty minutes to do a one minute task. Please include the name of the person with the number. Typos happen.

Thanks!!!


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jograndma
RE: Louis Edler
Thanks, no relation. Just grew up in Montgomery County/ I had contact with some of the Edler family looking for relations. I sometimes like a bit of info on why I am changing something. I know your name and you do good work. Jo Ann
Added by jograndma on Feb 22, 2015 6:43 AM
Robyn Pauley
RE: Ray Probst and Alice Hixon
Thank you so much, Marji, for your super quick reply. I appreciate it very much. Sorry to hear you haven't been feeling well and praying you feel well real soon. I've been so impressed with the work you've done on Find A Grave.

Are we cousins? I hope so. I have a Mary Probst away back in my FT. I doubt that Ray Probst in the 1920 census is a descendant though.

I have been researching my FT for almost a year now and am so hooked. I have so much to learn and love my new hobby-job...I am very blessed to be retired and have the luxury of time to explore this.

Please get well before you look anything up for me. I am a patient and will be delighted when you send the info my way.

Robyn Lynn Burns Pauley
Added by Robyn Pauley on Feb 12, 2015 7:36 PM
Robyn Pauley
Ray Probst and Alice Hixon
Hi MarjisAngels, I noticed on your bio you mentioned you are researching the Probst family.

On the US Federal Census 1920, my great grandmother, Alice Amanda Hoagland, is listed with Ray Probst as being head of household and her name is listed as Alice Hixon. She was married to Emmett Hixon. Also, my grandmother Lottie May McFall is listed as Lottie L Burd on this census. Lottie married my grandfather, Fred Franklin Burns, about 1917 according to the 1930 census, so I think this is a typo. The census taker made a pretty big mess of the page. Lottie's name was Burns not Burd.

My question is how are the Probst Family related to us, the Hoagland's?

Also, do you know if my 2nd Great Grandfather, Henry Hoagland ever had a photo taken? I haven't found one yet.

I appreciate all the contributions you've made to Find A Grave. I found a duplicate post for Martha J Minnick and notified Bill Erickson.

Sure would appreciate any info you can share with me.
Added by Robyn Pauley on Feb 12, 2015 5:58 PM
Oklahoma Grave Walker
RE: Ann Power
Yes you may use the photo
Added by Oklahoma Grave Walker on Feb 11, 2015 12:57 PM
Richard S. Clark
James Lee, again.
I still haven't heard from Judith Abernathy, having posted a message on her contributor page over a month ago. I just came across another interesting find on James Lee, and wanted to pass it along to her. I actually found it in the 1845/1846 Presbyterian Synod notes, purely by accident, as I was researching someone else. Great things on Google Books!!! Anyway, if you happen to hear from her, please pass along my interest in hearing from her, too. Thank you!
Added by Richard S. Clark on Feb 10, 2015 5:00 PM
Neil D Scheidt
RE: Hugh Barckley
My source for his service and rank is:
Sons of the American Revolution
Pennsylvania Society
George Washington Chapter
REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER GRAVES
2014
Burials in Washington County
Thanks for adding, Neil
Added by Neil D Scheidt on Jan 26, 2015 9:59 PM
Neil D Scheidt
RE: Hugh Barckley ID 8538130 Edit request
Pvt. is the title for Private, a rank of the military, such as sergeant, captain, etc. You seldom see such titles on tombstones. No more than you might see Doctor, Mr., Mrs., even Rev. is often omitted. Nevertheless, I like to show titles as a sign of respect for those persons who gave of themselves something unique in their life. It also makes it easier to find particular persons when scanning a cemetery listing.
It's your memorial, your call, I only suggested.
Added by Neil D Scheidt on Jan 26, 2015 12:40 PM
Carol Pasley
RE: Mary Eve Summers Houf
Sorry! I have removed the obit for Mary Eve Summers Houf. I posted it when I was scanning through the Fulton Telegraph papers and would have to go back to find it.
Carol
Added by Carol Pasley on Jan 17, 2015 1:15 PM
Joe Smith
RE: Pauline Humphreys
Thank you!

Happy New Year.

Joe
Added by Joe Smith on Jan 03, 2015 9:12 PM
Joe Smith
Memorial 115279675 Pauline Humphreys
Hi,

Thanks for your message.

I will delete 115279675.

Pauline is my wife's Aunt. The cemetery is the family cemetery and will be our final earthly resting place too.

We would gladly accept your offer in your email to transfer memorial number 114081896 that you created.

Best regards,

Joe Smith
Added by Joe Smith on Jan 03, 2015 12:16 PM
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