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Grandma Patti (#47283301)
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Bio Photo I have a passion for genealogy. Searching for my ancestors is such a fun hobby. I am hoping that my good deeds of adding information on other families, will someday be rewarded by someone posting some of my missing pieces. Good luck to all!

I am interested in anyone with the last name of WISECUP.

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Kevin Vergamini
Headstone Photographs
Please don't post photos of headstones where the photos are either sideways or upside down.
Added by Kevin Vergamini on Oct 19, 2014 1:57 PM
Angeline
Re: Mary Glaze Hiser, BORN = 1814


Please link to father John Glaze, born 1785
Find A Grave Memorial# 58850129

Please link to mother Anna Woolf Glaze, born 1782
Find A Grave Memorial# 58850631

THANK YOU.
Added by Angeline on Oct 18, 2014 12:25 PM
Jim Herdman
RE: Mary A Cheeseman
Thats ok, I'm not sure this in the right Alexander Smith. The info i have, is he would be younger than this Alexander Smith. Thank you for your reply.
Added by Jim Herdman on Oct 05, 2014 7:41 AM
Jim Herdman
Mary A Cheeseman
Mary's name appears on the opposite side of Alexander Smith's grave stone. I had a great grand uncle named Alexander A. Smith, and he married a Mary Ann Frost. I don't know if this is their grave site or not. I was wondering if you had any insight to them. Thanks, Jim Herdman
Added by Jim Herdman on Oct 04, 2014 10:52 AM
RickC
RE: Louise Wisecup
You are very welcome. Unfortunately most of the stones are just numbers. There are only names on a very few markers. So I really don't know if there are other Wisecup's buried in the cemeteries. Wish I could help you more.
Added by RickC on Sep 23, 2014 8:05 PM
Angie Sheidler
RE: Wisecup
I've seen that name come up a few times on the charts. My chart's name is AKS Family Tree. I just changed the name a few days ago.

Angie
Added by Angie Sheidler on Aug 25, 2014 3:00 PM
Angie Sheidler
RE: Wisecup
Yes, that's right! I have just recently found their info on Ancestry.com. I was working on my dad's side, which is from Mexico and a lot harder to research. So, I switched over to the Wisecup/Leach/Shuff names. I have a chart on there that I started a few years ago. I've been more actively researching my ancestors. They aren't easy names to research. I've a lot of information about my other family members from Jackson County, but it's fun to find info on them.

Angie
Added by Angie Sheidler on Aug 25, 2014 9:17 AM
Angie Sheidler
RE: Wisecup
My grandmother was Laura Humphreys Leach and my great-grandparents were Katherine Wisecup and Arthur B. Humphreys who are buried in the Coalton cememtery. I'm not sure how they are related to your Wisecup connection. It's nice to see someone else researching the Wisecup name. It's not very common.

Angie
Added by Angie Sheidler on Aug 24, 2014 6:15 PM
Angie Sheidler
Wisecup
Hello!! I am also interested in the Wisecup family name too. I have been to the Coalton Cemetery once. My great-grandmother and great-grandfather is buried there. At the time, I didn't realize how many other family members were buried there until I started doing my family tree on Ancestry.com.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Angie Sheidler
Added by Angie Sheidler on Aug 23, 2014 2:27 PM
John Rose
Dale W. Williams Underwood


Sugar Grove # 93212197 is a duplicate
Added by John Rose on Jun 23, 2014 10:13 PM
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