|Luanne Henthorn (#18353963)|
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|I remember listening to my parents, their siblings, in-laws and Grandparents talking when everyone came to visit about people long gone. I knew they meant something to them but they were just faceless names to me. |
Then in the early 1970's, a thick three ring binder showed up filled with the names of my father's side of the family (Vernon) and my interest was piqued. It went back to three English brothers who came to America with William Penn and in among all those long ago names was a couple pages with mine on them and I felt important.
It took me a long time to realize just how important I was to the idea of maintaining that family history and many others. So in 2000, I began my journey into Genealogy and have found that ALL of us are important to the families that came before us and those who will come after with the research that we do today.
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|Cynthia I. Zuliani Baker||Shepard|
another e-mail coming
|Cynthia I. Zuliani Baker||Mattie Shepard|
Sent you an e-mail about Mattie and Shirley.
|Jerry Trosper||Mary Jane Henthorn|
I just confirmed that Mary Jane Henthorn is my gg grandmother. She was married to William Shannon in Vermilion Co. IL. Hello, cousin.
|Bobbie Spiers||Miller Cemetery|
Wondering if the Miller Cemetery aka McVay Cemetery is north of Marr off Rt 260 or south of Marr?
We are currently working to identify anyone buried in Westlawn-Hillcrest Cemetery Omaha NE that has served in the military. If you have a loved one buried there or know of someone, please send us a message. We place flags on the graves for Memorial Day. This project is sponsored by Centennial Masonic Lodge #326.
If you can send us the names, we will be sure to include them on our list to get a flag.
Thank you for the help with this ongoing project.
If you have already received this message, please accept our apologies for the duplicate message.
|Genevieve||Robert and Mary Ann Henthorn Jackson|
Luanne, I'm curious if there could be a connection in Ancestry .
I began researching over a year ago, I have traced a Robert Jackson who could be my husband's 4th great-grandfather who was born in 1733, died in 1809, married Mary Ann Henthorn in 1756. There are questions about the dates on his headstone, what I'm trying to find out is could, my Robert Jackson have been the man who married your Mary Ann Henthorn? Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated
|Eli Henthorn||Henthorn's Monroe County|
I believe we are cousins but don't know how. Can you tell me your Henthorn Line as far back as you know?
I sincerely appreciate it!
Your Friend, Eli
|Robin||RE: Laura Vernon|
You are welcome for the transfer.
Added by Robin on Nov 02, 2014 10:16 AM
|svandee||Wyant - Chappell family|
I am working on this family would you be willing to help me with the descendants ? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.. can you put in the subject Wyant - Chappell so I dont miss it . Thank you :)
Added by svandee on Oct 01, 2014 8:52 AM
|Helen Webster||Daniel and Charity Henthorn|
Hello, thank you for the work you have been doing for so long. My mother was Alma Leta Naylor Perkins Buchanan. Her Parents were Fred Daniel Naylor and Mary B Stewart Naylor. His parents were Charles Seymore Naylor and Nancy Elanor Amos Henthorn. Nancy Elanor Amos was living with Daniel and Charity Henthorn in the 1880 Census for Steele Dist, Wood County WV. P46 family 410. She was 10 yrs old and listed as a domestic at that time. Lore says she was adopted by the Henthorn's but I am not able to find the link that bridges this together. Is this something you have run across in the past. Thank you for the work you have been doing and any assistance you may be able to give me.
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