|Grandma Patti (#47283301)|
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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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|ChopinM||RE: Elmer Newton Wisecup|
Do you know who keeps the records of the Carmel Cemetery at Brushcreek? Some township authority maybe? There is a little church there, maybe they would have the records. There are so many people buried there who do no have a monument. I thought maybe I could get subscribers to pay a percentage to erect a memorial listing all the names of the persons buried there...either all of them of just the ones without a marker. Also, do you have any history on the Pisgah church near Marshall.
Added by ChopinM on Jul 11, 2015 2:45 PM
|ChopinM||Elmer Newton Wisecup|
Dear Grandma Patti,
I have been researching Elmer Wisecup and found that he had immigrated to Canada in 1908. In 1916 his son Ernest was killed when he was thrown out of a wagon (source) The News-Herald., November 13, 1913, Page 5, Image 5. News reported by Elmer's brother Ernest Clark Wisecup who I'm sure you know was the clerk of the courts in Highland County then (before that he was a postman but had to resign to take over his elected duties as the clerk).
In addition to little Ernest killed in 1916, Elmer had three other children (that I am able to determine), vis:
William Curtis Wisecup
1906-1980 (born in Missouri) died in Linn, Oregon
Grace M Wisecup
1912-? (born in Saskatchewan, Canada)
Frank Edwin Wisecup
1919-1974 (born in Saskatchewan, Canada) died in Portland, Oregon
Frank had a tourist card with his photo in Brazil in 1960, and he lists his mother's name as Hattie Willia*(ms or Williamson). Elmer and Hattie were probably married in Missouri or possibly Kansas around 1899. Elmer was also in the Spanish-American War as was his brother Col. Clarence Ellsworth Wisecup.
Added by ChopinM on Jun 30, 2015 3:54 AM
I don't know too much on my Campbell ancestors.I think John lecyman Campbell could be my triple great grandfather. Do you know if he had a son named John Luther Campbell? Appreciate any help. Karl hilbert
Added by Karl513 on Jun 09, 2015 8:21 PM
|Ray Vick||Clevinger Bert 93214070|
Are you related to him of Vergie? She is a distant cousin of mine.
Added by Ray Vick on Apr 24, 2015 11:19 AM
Thank you for the transfer...your kindness is greatly appreciated!
Added by bstahl on Apr 22, 2015 6:57 PM
|Pato||RE: Armilda Rayles|
Thank you. I will be happy to maintain/update it. I am still figuring some of these steps out so bear with me if I misunderstand part of the process.
Added by Pato on Apr 18, 2015 7:26 AM
|BACB||Charles E. Dumenil 74494383|
May I have your permission to use your photos on my family tree on my Ancestry page? I always give credit to the photographer.
Thanks so much,
Added by BACB on Apr 09, 2015 9:01 PM
Hi..According to my research, Elizabeth Foster is the daughter of John and Elizabeth SWOPE KEYS and grand-daughter of Lawerence SWOPE SR memorial # 87530574.
Hoping you can find use for the information
Added by jo day on Mar 29, 2015 5:17 PM
|Waucondacarol||RE: Ella Secrist Ellison Brann #90767218|
I really have no info. This is in my son's family line.
|Margaret Sopp||RE: Wisecup|
I asked about Nancy Wisecup because I am trying to identify Thomas Metz' first wife. I believe her name was Minerva Jane (just like one of her daughter's was named), but I do not know her maiden name. It occurred to me that perhaps Nancy was her sister? Also, I do not know the maiden name of Thomas Metz's 2nd wife, either. She was Margaret A. Maybe she was Nancy's sister. Do you have any clues?
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