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|Jenny ||RE: Thomas John Wheeler|
After looking at the message I was replying to, it was from 2009! Also from Roxi, who wsa looking for more information on VanCampens. Roxi is a relative. Our family was from Wayne County. Sarah VanCampen married Thomas John Wheeler, she died, he moved to Kansas. We are trying to trace his family. Her's is a little easier. I'm sure you have al the information that you found five years ago on Find a Grave. I was excited and didn't look at the message date. Sorry :)
Added by Jenny on Sep 24, 2014 7:04 PM
|Jenny ||Thomas John Wheeler|
I am a Wheeler descendant here in MN! DO you have any information on Thomas's parents? We seem to be stuck on him. I have found a William T 1800- and wondered if you could confirm that this is his father? That is all I know.
Added by Jenny on Sep 24, 2014 7:10 AM
|Rebecca McIntosh||RE: Williams Indian Orchard|
Sure Caz - it is on my public profile - and I'd love to see the record. My great aunt said her grandma's name after Amelia was Julia Borchers and she knew her. Edith has been gone for many years now so I can't ask her, I can only read her notes. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks much. Once you email me, I will have your email address and we can carry on this convo via email rather than our Find A Grave walls! Cheers
|Theressa Graham||Mary E Wrenn Harvey|
Great Grandmother's maiden name was Newhouse, born in VA to Silas H. & Bellafield (Wills) Newhouse. She married James Wrenn they had 3 children. Mr. Wrenn died during the USCW in VA. She remarried to Thomas H. Harvey They had 1 dau, grandmother, Emma G. b. in VA and all moved to PA where they had more children.
|Rebecca McIntosh||Williams Indian Orchard|
Thank you so much for the photos of Amelia Williams and William Williams! Was wondering if you have a plot for them? If you do and you can send it through on the suggested edit tab, we would be most appreciative! I think I have one more buried in that location as well that I would love to have a photo for - I will check and let you know - this is really fantastic as this is part of my grandmother's family I knew nothing about other than some names! If we can help you in Oz, don't hesitate to ask! Cheers, Robert and 'becca McIntosh ps Love your profile pic! People get hung up on death and like Patch Adams said humor can be part of death too (portrayed by Robin Williams - fantastic movie!)
|Bev Green||TS Photo|
Thanks so much for photographing Mabel Haddens tomb stone, really appreciate it.
|John Beardsley||Mandeville familiy's markers|
Thank you for adding the photos for Helen, John and George's markers.
|K. Medved||RE: Ahlin|
You are very welcome. It is nice to be able to help out. Kay
|Gerry Jean||RE: Vlasich / Holy Cross|
Caz, you're quite welcome!!
I posted the Stroll plot in Beacon Hill, Lot-50 in Evergreens, unfortunate there was a dense fog and the monument was very hard to read because of the recent rains. I will retake the plot when the weather improves. I will also get the GPS location so you can see the plot from Google map.......JP
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