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John & Linda Russell (#47177698)
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Bio Photo We have been doing family Genealogy since the mid-1970's and have walked the ground and many cemeteries where our ancestors have been. Most of our ancestors were in Alabama, Georgia,Texas, Missouri, Mississippi, Ohio, the Carolinas, Tennessee, and Kentucky. We now reside in California and do most research via the inter-net.
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Matthew Reid Horton
Avis Van Pelt
Hello. Thank you so much for creating a memorial to my Aunt Avis # 74648146. I was curious if you could connect her memorial with her parents (my great grandparents). Her father was James Myers # 76938363 her mother Regina Myers # 76938658. Thank you.
Added by Matthew Reid Horton on Mar 24, 2015 11:14 AM
GLG
Aiello
Thanks for doing the updates.

GLG
Added by GLG on Mar 20, 2015 5:42 PM
LaCinda -Owl -Find -a- way.-
Russell
by chance are you related to a crew camack russell buried in Rusk county texas or a forgus Mcdowwell Russell. Saw we had the same last name and am curious. thanks
lacey
Added by LaCinda -Owl -Find -a- wa... on Feb 20, 2015 10:51 PM
Katrina Dawn Miller
RE: WILLIAM L. BARNES
No problem. Thanks for the contact info! I would love to solve this mystery once and for all.
Added by Katrina Dawn Miller on Jan 19, 2015 5:41 PM
Katrina Dawn Miller
WILLIAM L. BARNES
Are you by any chance related to, William L. Barnes? I saw that you created his memorial for the Cannon Cemetery. I'm not, but he is buried next to my Uncle Frank Miller and I always heard that the funeral home got their headstones mixed up. Wanted to know if that was true.
Added by Katrina Dawn Miller on Jan 17, 2015 7:09 PM
judy lakkis
RE: William Scanlon
I went to Holy Cross today and got a map.. He has an unmarked grave.. I took a picture with some flowers if you wish me to post it then let me know.
Added by judy lakkis on Oct 02, 2014 5:10 PM
judy lakkis
RE: William Scanlon
I will go back and look again in a couple of weeks. I will ask the office for a map of the Section if I can.. It depends on what clerk is at the desk. Some are nice and some are not so nice..
Added by judy lakkis on Sep 27, 2014 5:15 AM
Bobi DeVore
RE: Jacob Whitmore
He was my husband's 5th great grandfather through his daughter Elizabeth
Added by Bobi DeVore on Jul 16, 2014 11:41 AM
Bobi DeVore
RE: Jacob Whitmore
My apologies, you were right, I went back to my notes and saw some of the families research and forgot to rectify it.

From History of Henry County, in article about David Whitmore: son of John Whitmore, ... , and grandson of Jacob Whitmore, both natives of Pennsylvania, of which state his ancestors were pioneers. They were of German descent. According to Paul Harmon (1997): From History of Jefferson County, Ohio, pg. 207, Proposed roads: December 1806 -- Beginning at the town of New Salem (now Annapolis), past farm of george PFAUTZ, past farms of David CUSTARD, Daniel BAIR, then down the knottenhead (Conotton Creek) past sugar camp to mouth of Alder Lick Fork, to intersect the Charles Town Road. Mohn MYSER, Jacob WHITMORE, John WILEY viewers... Somerset Co, PA: 5 Dec 1803 -- Grand Jury #16: Daniel BARE -- Commonwealth of PA vs Abraham MILLER; witness for the Commonwealth: Jacob WITTMYER..


1790 Federal Census, PA has only one Jacob Whitmore who fits: Jacob Witmer, Northumberland Co, PA, pg 191: 1 male > 16 (bef 1774) Jacob 3 females Mary, Elizabeth and Sally 0 slaves. Also in Northumberland Co: Andrew Witmer: 2 males > 16, 1 male < 16, 3 females Peter Witmer: 4 males > 16, 3 females Jacob Witmer: 1 male > 16, 1 male < 16, 3 females Peter Witmer Jr.: 1 male > 16, 2 males < 16, 1 female Christian Witmer Sr.: 2 males > 16, 1 female Christian Witmer Jr.: 1 male > 16, 2 females John Witmore: 1 male > 16, 3 males < 16, 3 females Daniel Witmore: 1 male > 16, 1 male < 16, 1 female Henry Whitmer: 1 male > 16, 5 males < 16, 1 female 1820 Census, Green Twp, Harrison Co, OH. Jacob Whitmer. pg. 68 Males: 1 10-16 (1804-1810), Benjamin 1 45+ (before 1775) JacobFemales: 1 0-10 (1810-1820), ? 1 10-16 (1804-1810) Ann 1 over 45. Mary 1 person engaged in commerce. Next door to George Harman. Samuel Witmer in same county..


His religion was Brethren (Dunkard)..

He appeared on a Tax List for 1810, Green Twp, Harrison Co, OH. 3.

He appeared on a Tax List for 1816, Green Twp, Harrison Co, OH. 3.

He resided in 1820 in Green Twp, Harrison Co, OH..
Added by Bobi DeVore on Jul 16, 2014 9:51 AM
Tim Puckett
David Larson
Good morning - I have an Uncle Davis Carl Larson buried in the same cemetery as David Larson. They both were born in 1923 and died in 2011. I am trying to ensure it is not the same person. You can see Davis's FindAGrave if you search on him. Can you let me know if David is a different person than Davis. There are just too many coincidences as far as name, date of birth and death. Thanks.

Tim
Added by Tim Puckett on May 06, 2014 6:48 AM
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