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Cheryl (Theroux) Whitican (#46826361)
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Bio Photo I am Cheryl (Theroux) Murphy-Whitican and have lived in Greene County, Ohio since 1987. I'm a displaced Boston native and active member of the D.A.R. (Patriot Ancestors are Benjamin Bearce, Joseph Ames, Jonathan Howard, and James Keith) . Pilgrim Ancestors are James Chilton, John Alden, Christopher Martin, and Stephen Hopkins, Francis Cook and John Howland.

Also I'm a member of the American-Canadian Genealogical Society and N.E. Historic Genealogical Society.

I've been researching the following family names in the US, Canada, Ireland and England since 1993: Theroux, Hebert, Brousseau, Picard/Pecor, Loiseau-Cardin, Cournoyer, Parenteau, St.Germaine, Jones, Bears(c)e, Howard, Howland, Bates, Nicks, Leo, Ahern, Canning, Whitican, Lewis, Reichard, Reid, Cook, Wake and Baldwin.

If you discover any errors in my input, please let me know. As a courtesy to fulfill your requests for editing data or linking memorials, please include all memorial numbers.

Memorial transfers will be gladly made according to Find A Grave guidelines.

Also, please refrain from using my photos without permission.

I'm thrilled to have found this website, and enjoy fulfilling photo requests for cemeteries in the Greene County, Ohio area.

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Kathleen Norton
Hi Cheryl,

Thank you very much for taking care of this.

Kathy Norton
Added by Kathleen Norton on Feb 09, 2015 12:52 PM
Gwen Lollar
Mary Elizabeth Vestal
Hi, I am related the above stated (Jay) and if you wouldn't mind you can transfer any of the Jay names you have in to my name for it's care. If not, thank you for any help you can be. I would love photos of the graves if you have time. Thanks!!!!!
Added by Gwen Lollar on Jan 09, 2015 2:43 PM
Allan Tate
Tate family
Thanks for your public service. I think anyone that puts in the effort as you do deserves a big thank you.
Added by Allan Tate on Nov 26, 2014 6:57 PM
Rich King
Find A Grave Memorial# 13751116
Hi Cheryl

Re: Nicholas "Nick" Reigelsperger Find A Grave Memorial# 13751116.

Thank you once again for transferring the above to me. I have added bio & a pic in case you would like to see what he looked like (since you created the record).

Rich King
Added by Rich King on Nov 20, 2014 6:23 PM
Rich King
Jacob Nicholas Reigelsperger 13751116

Thank you very much for transferring Nicholas Reigelsperger 13751116 to me.

I appreciate it.

Rich King
Added by Rich King on Nov 05, 2014 8:26 AM
Rich King
Jacob Nicholas Reigelsperger 13751116
Hi Cheryl,

re: Jacob Nicholas Reigelsperger 13751116

Nickolas was my 2g grandfather. Can you please transfer management to me if you are not related.

I have done a lot of research on this family & would like to add biography & a photo.

BTW, I see that you are interested in the Bates family, maybe part of your line? Nicholas was married to Margaret "Maggie" Bates. I have just built a memorial to her & will be entering a bio & photo soon.

Rich King
Added by Rich King on Nov 04, 2014 8:09 AM
Thanks for doing the edits so quickly. I've resubmitted the one for Ernest that had an error in the father link numbers.
Added by Grifs on Oct 30, 2014 2:14 PM
Deacon Recompense Cary #16027287
Hi Cheryl. I'm just now getting through my stack of TO DO papers. We seem to have ancestors in common, fun! I have verified information as much as possible and barring any typos... Thanks for your care of our shared history.
As I wrote before, I descend from Recompense Cary (1686/88-1759) and his first wife, Mary Crossman (1691-1726). Their lineage is easily spotted in "Representative Men and Old Families of Southeastern Massachusetts" page 1565. I also have information through DAR, Mayflower and Alden Kindred societies.
They married 25 Dec 1711 in Bridgewater, MA. Children:
Seth (1714-1742/3),
Ichabod (1715-?) married Hannah Gannett,
Ebenezer (1716/7-1744),
Sarah (1718-1776)(NOT DAUGHTER OF RECOMPENSE AND SARAH ALDEN BRETT) married Benjamin Hayward,
Col. Simeon (MY ANCESTOR)(1719-1802) married Mary Howard,
Zebulon (1721-?) married Mehitabel Ganett,
Dea. Jonathan (1722/3-1813) married Mary Curtis,
Josiah (1724-1743),
Mary (1725/6-?) married Joseph Crossman,
Beriah (1725/6-1726).
Daughter of Recompense and 2nd wife Sarah Alden Brett..Abigail (1729-?)
Added by amwj1 on Oct 26, 2014 7:54 AM
Doug Haddix
RE: John Haddix at Cox cemetery on WPAFB
Hi Cheryl John Haddix died in a city called Osgood Ohio. Osgood and Fairfield later merged together to form what is today Fairborn Ohio. I have also linked his father Nimrod Haddix Sr. to be buried there at Cox cemetery at WPAFB. As you know there are 80 some people buried at that cemetery but only 45 markers a able to be seen. Nimrod Haddix Sr. wife Elizabeth Saylor Haddix died a few months after Nimrod Sr. did. I would believe that she is buried next to him(Nimrod Sr.)also. But have not found any info on her being buried anywhere. AS of what county John was born in I am not sure. I will do some digging and if I find anything I will let you know, Thanks Doug Haddix
Added by Doug Haddix on Oct 16, 2014 5:49 PM
RE: Utiley graves
Yes, I understand that I automatically receive a message when a photo request is full filled. And in fact received a message indicating that you had fulfilled a request for Amos's stone.

I also, after sending you a message, resubmitted the photo requests, that is why they sit in queue again.

Find-a-grave was notified of the pages you posted, so if you did not remove them, ( and they were removed quickly) then find-a grave removed them.

I am still bewildered why anyone would post a listing of names buried in a Cemetery, especially as I stated in this case, we already knew where the family was buried. I guess we all have different ways of doing things, and different opinions of what we should post.

I find it a real pleasure to receive messages indicating a photo I requested has been added to a memorial. I really do appreciate the work strangers do for other strangers, and I always make sure to tell a picture taker this. This was the first case that I was really disappointed, but by my notes, I guess you knew this.

Thank you for your response, perhaps I could of handled the disappointment a little better, but then you might not have understood just how disappointed I was.
Added by rickb on Oct 07, 2014 1:25 AM
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