|Terry Haun (#47189154)|
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I have been interested in my family roots for the last 40 years or so and was lucky enough to start questioning my grandparents before they had started to forget some of the details. Because I got married, worked, raised a family, etc. etc. I did not get a real good system going till I retired. Now, I think of nothing else. The internet has made life a lot easier and a lot of information available. However, don't make it too easy. Do not take someone else's research; use it only as a guide. There are too many errors out there.|
I am mainly working on my line, my husband's line, and my son-in-law's line. So far, most of the ties are in Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, with one in England. Seems like most of our ancestors were in America before the Revolutionary War. I am researching names like ALSPACH,BAKER,BROWN,BUTLER,CRIDER,CRIST,EMRICK,FEIGHNER,FOGWELL,NICODEMUS,REAM (and that's just my line). - Keep searching and we'll all be one family -
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|Names in Stone||Knees at Shelby|
thank you for the obituary, it showed all of the information, that's great.
the reason that we require proof now is that we have over 90,000 memorials that we manage and sometimes we get multiple changes for the same memorial, if we cannot prove the information that is on the memorial it becomes a vicious cycle of changes.
thanks again for the information.
|Michael S. Caldwell||Daniel Knee Question|
Hi Terry, thank you for posting an obit image for Daniel Knee; however, I am thinking it is posted to the wrong memorial, as the tombstone is from the 1870s, probably 1872. I may have the first name wrong on the memorial because I could only make out the final 'EL' in the first name. I tried finding Daniel's death certificate to no avail. If you'd like to be in touch via regular e.mail, try me at email@example.com -- thanks! -- Michael S. Caldwell
|Tracy Turner||Michael Emrich|
I have removed the death date for Mr. Emrich in Mountain View Cemetery. I can find no death information on him at all. Sorry!
|Melinda Trayer Nobles||RE: Mary Shutt|
Thank you for all your hard work Terry. I have been spending a lot of time in Youngsville Cem. I appreciate all that you do.
|Barbara Baker Anderson||RE: Scot Niemann Obit|
Thanks, Terry!! Have a good evening!
|Aaron John Turner||Donald Barr|
I am trying to get in touch with any living children of Helen (Wentland) Barr-Rine who was first married to Donald Wesley Barr in 1936 in mansfield. I saw that you left flowers on his memorial page. Do you know this family?
Are his daughters Donna Jeanne, Mealanie and Cindy (deceased) children from Helen or from his 2nd marriage?
I recently purchased an old photo album at an antique store and it has pictures of Helen Wentland as a child and her family. Please contact me if you can help.
|William Ream||RE: Alvin Isaac Ream|
Thank you for that information on how you tie into the REAM family. A quick search of www.rootsweb.com for the Ream family of Perry County, Ohio shows that there were some who were descendants of Thobias Riehm (Ream)-- the son of Johann Eberhart Ream.
Due to the fact that Abraham "The Tavern Keeper" Riehm (another son of Johann Eberhart Riehm) did not leave a will, I cannot be positive, but believe that I may be descended from him. Someday I may ask for one of those DNA tests that would show that I am The Tavern Keepers 6th great-grandson.
Thank you for your help with the Huntington County, IN Ream family that originated in Stark County, OH.
|William Ream||Alvin Isaac Ream|
Thank you for updating the memorial of Alvin Isaac Ream.
Would you be related to him? If so, how?
|Larry Wyandt||Samuel Hartman|
Mem#68158102 Terry I haven't found the grave of Samuel Hartman's first wife; Anna N Roberson b:1848 Rochester,New York.d:1882 Vermontville,Edon Co.Michigan.next to Lansing,Mich.Two kids Arthur Dwight Hartman and Edith Blanche Hartman Smith.kids are at Fitchville.Howard H Smith. Thought I would explain. Larry Wyandt of the Hartman/BuBois families
|stacey branstator||RE: Raymond Orbie Branstater|
Raymond was my grandfather. My father was only 13 when he father passed away. My grandmother is 92 and still living. In fact, she was just put on her first med last year and is completely there mentally. My family: mom, dad, sister and I, all have plots in the cemetery as well.
I am also in the process of putting together a book on the Feighner Cemetery that will have a short bio on each individual, their spouses, their children and photos of stones or the individual themselves. As right now, I am missing the linkage of just 3 individuals. I have put a lot of time into this book, as well as a website and facebook page. It was because of this and the fact that we own the cemetery and maintain it, that I was hoping to be the contributor to Feighner.
What is your relationship through Daniel?
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