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David H. Sweeney (#47142201)
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Bio Photo I am one of a line of family members that has collected family information over the years. (Fourth Generation).
People think it odd that my wife and I enjoy walking cemeteries (especially old ones). We enjoy the history and reaching back through time into our ancestors lives. History is alive and walking amongst us!
Names that I've research (I'll share it all) Sweeney, Green, Martin, McDaniel, Ober, Dutton, Ferris, Fisher, Kinzer, McNeil.
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Mary Flath-Pardo
I can't remember off hand if you sent that family group sheet. It seems like you did. But until I clean off this desk, I don't have any idea what I am doing. So many people. :)
Added by Mary Flath-Pardo on Dec 13, 2014 7:31 AM
RE: Ralph Morris
You never know. I've been surprised at connections I've found. :)
Added by Timeless on Dec 12, 2014 10:07 AM
D. R. Kinzer
Yes, I had seen that quite some time ago and forgotten about the potential duplicate. What shall we do? Perhaps since I have a bunch o' stuff on the memorial I have created, would you like me to transfer him to you? However you would like to proceed will be just fine with me. :-) Just got back online after the whallopping storm we had today. Power went out and the power supply on my monitor blew. Had to dig through my old parts and doggone it if I didn't have to then clean off my desk to get to all the wiring! Found out that my desk IS REALLY made of oak! Hah! How was your Thanksgiving? Is Leila eating solid food? Turkey in the blender maybe? Did she make faces at the taste of cranberry sauce?
Added by BrideyLight on Dec 11, 2014 7:33 PM
RE: Ralph Morris
Yes, he just passed yesterday. His obit was out & I thought I'd send it to you since you already had him in the cemetery.
Added by Timeless on Dec 11, 2014 3:02 PM
RE: Ralph Morris
No, no relation.
Added by Timeless on Dec 11, 2014 2:59 PM
Marianna Kerns Morgan
RE: Wayne Johnson
I am sorry, I don't keep a record of requests for edits...everything looks OK. I think it was a link and those have been done.
Added by Marianna Kerns Morgan on Dec 03, 2014 5:22 PM
Mary Flath-Pardo
The information I have for Roba is from Leanne Pealer who is 3rd or 4th great granddaughter. Her son George had son EJ - that is her line. My connection to Leanne is through her ggrandfather Erwin Randolph married Ida Wiser. Ida's father is my great uncle.
Added by Mary Flath-Pardo on Dec 03, 2014 11:39 AM
Elmer Pepple
David, thank you so much for the picture! Elmer and Sally were my husband's favorite Uncle and Aunt and they both died while he was serving in Vietnam. We are planning to go to the cemetery and this will help immensely.
Thanks again!

Jane Woodruff
Added by Jane on Nov 03, 2014 4:48 PM
Joann Davison
Mary Murray
Thank you so much for the photo. I wonder if there is any way to tell what the writing is on the bottom line. It is not very plain. Thanks again.
Joann Murray Davison
Added by Joann Davison on Oct 17, 2014 1:00 PM
William Kinzer and Mary (Kinzer) Stultz
David! Thank you so very much for linking them so quickly! I think all of the James E. Kinzer and Elizabeth (Stumbaugh/Stambough) Kinzer children are now accounted for except for the two who died as infants, Clarence Kinzer (b. 10-10-1894 and d. 10-12-1894) and Elmer Kinzer (b. and d. 6-10-1886, "born dead" according to Hugh Kinzer's papers). I could not locate any memorials for either one. Do you have any ideas as to where they may be buried? Bainbridge Cemetery probably? I cannot imagine the sadness James and Elizabeth must have suffered with losing their two tiny sons.
It seems every time I search, you have been the one to add the Kinzer (and many other!) grave marker photographs I find everywhere. I credit you and your wife with such fine, fine work on documenting and photographing hundreds (thousands?) of individuals. Such fine work and many jobs well done. So many lives will be enriched by your all of your work. THANK YOUUU!! Kind regards, Bridey Light
Added by BrideyLight on Apr 01, 2014 6:28 PM
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