|Tammie Wolfe Feiock (#46913912)|
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My name is Tammie Sue Wolfe Feiock. I am the daughter of Lloyd Donald and Ruby Sharon Walden Wolfe. I have one brother, Lloyd Donald Wolfe II. I am married to Eric Joseph Feiock, son of Wilton J. & Mary Manners Feiock.|
My ancestors included names such as: Wolfe Walden Kennedy Soliday Martin Smith Glass Roberts Wingler Winders Campfield Byrn Platt Foreman & Dutenhoefer.
I have always enjoyed walking through cemeteries and reading the names. Now I have an avenue in which I can share my information with people that may just be looking for this information.
By the way, I'm the cute blond in the picture.
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I believe we are related on the Wolfe side of the family but I do not have your parents in my tree. Who are your father's parents?
|Tom & Laurel||Margaret Strother 1822-1855|
Tammie, Margaret Rumley Strother (husband Elias Strother) was born 3 Jan 1822 in Harrison County, IN and died 1 Dec 1855 in Harrison. Her three children are also buried in the Pennington Chapel Cemetery: Sarah Jane Strother born about 14 Oct 1842 and died 17 Oct 1843 in Harrison County; Hardin William Strother born Sep 1851 and died 17 Aug 1852 in Harrison; and an infant Strother born and died on 28 May 1853 in Harrison. Margaret, Sarah Jane, and Hardin Wm are all registered in Findagrave under your name. Infant Strother is registered under "April_is_finding_graves." Could you connect the three children with their mother?
In late 1856 Elias married a widow with four of her own children, Agnes Parker Bell. They went on to have nine children of their own, six of whom survived to adulthood. My grandfather is the youngest of those. Thank you. Laurel Olsen
|Sharon Wilson||RE: Shelby F. Hoten|
Thanks. I know how hard it is to keep things straight. Even in my own family people disagree on what people's names are. The older names have several different spellings. Plus there are nick names that even make it harder.
Your doing a great job.
|Sharon Wilson||Shelby F. Hoten|
Tammie my grandfathers middle name is recorded wrong in the Kays Chapel information. Shelby F. Hoten's middle name if Forrest.
|RUBY RED*||dorothy manners|
Please look on FamilySearch on Dorothy Britton, daughter of Earl and Ona Crockett Britton on the Indiana Marriages 1811-2007. She married Francis Maners in 19 Dec 1936 Lawrence County Indiana and the records include birth dates and parents names. I found Dorothy Maners buried next to Abner Francis Maners in Hillcrest Cemetery in Pierceton, Indiana. The birth dates match the birth dates on the marriage records on FamilySearch. Thank You, 'RUBY RED'
|Carla Killelea||James A., Tempa, John Orr|
Are you related to these Orrs?
I am. James A. Orr was born to James Orr and Louisa Caroline Garlock-Orr in Casco, Allegan County, Michigan. Louisa is my ggm.
James would be my guncle.
I would like to manage these pages so that I may edit their bios and link them to the relatives in Michigan.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Ashley Howerton||Carolyn Rose Ehringer|
She was my Great aunt bits. Do you mind if I get the management over this grave from you? I have some pics. and stories to add if you will let me manage her page. Also Paul Ehringer is her brother and my Grandpa, and for now I live with him. Trust me she is truely missed. Paul was also the chor director at St. Joe Hill Catholic for around 25 years as I grew up going there.
|Joyce M. Jeffries||Thank You.|
Thank you for your contributions to FindaGrave.
|Linda Lyons||RE: Edna Byrne's|
Find her sister Esther Horner's grave at Kay's Chapel, Washington Co., IN. You can pick them up from there. I don't have it at my finger tips. Esther didn't marry so Edna's parents are Horners.
We thought of Esther as a cousin and one of our old ladies but she was really a third cousin once removed. Our link is the Standifords back in the 19th century. But she was also a childhood friend of my MIL and her sisters.
Esther, Edna, and Willis very graciously entertained us and shared many stories at their house in Fredericksburg years ago.
Thanks for the transfers!
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