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My family has served in every war and conflict since the American Revolution. During the Civil War my family served on the side of the Union. I am a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and Daughters of the Union.|
I have more than 50 direct lines from Berks County, Pennsylvania.
My direct line ancestry includes but is not limited to: Ireland, Germany, England, Scotland, Wales, Azores, Canada
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Angelina Davis, Crypt Tonight, Dead weight, Diane Gravlee, JHWJr, JJL, Joseph R. Klett, Malcolm Aikman, Margo Reasner, Mimi, Neil D Scheidt, Poppy, Robert Casa, Steve, T, TracyJames50
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|David Saint||RE: Westport United Church Cemetery|
Thanks for moving the James Titus memorial, if you could move his spouse Mary Titus as well that would be great, thanks! Dave.
|David Saint||Westport United Church Cemetery|
While photographing the Westport United Church cemetery in Ontario I found a couple of memorials that looked like were intended for Westport, Nova Scotia rather than Westport, Ontario. I was hoping you could move them to Nova Scotia, perhaps they belong in Hilltop Cemetery?
Mary Tucker Titus
|delbruns||photo request/Maria Flores|
Dear Military Mom; I will be in Provincetown for two weeks and I am willing to fulfill this request for you. Any hint? no matter how small? this is a big cemetery and it's hot out there? Thanks for your reply and best regards, Julia Bruno (Janedelbruns@gmail.com)
Added by delbruns on Aug 09, 2016 2:19 PM
|Marnie (Westcott) Wells||RE: Edith Roderick|
I guess that makes us family... I will delete my findagrave info when I move the other picture. I have to find the picture first. Just to let you know how we are related my great aunt Evangeline Rose was married to Steven Charles Roderick born 1920-2007
|Marnie (Westcott) Wells||Same person listed|
I'm sorry somehow my findagrave # 54286415 is the same as your findagrave # 24204638. Is there a way to merge them? I would cancel mine if I did not have other people's pictures on it.
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Berks-Dauphun Roots|
We are doing well here, and looking forward to Spring.
|Neil D Scheidt||Berks-Dauphun Roots|
Joanne(I hope I remembered that right),
I read your note to Berks-Dauphin Roots about the transfers. He died very recently. His name was Wayne(Will) Faust and one of the finest friends I encountered in findagrave. I became aware that he had lost much of his enthusiasm after he lost his son in 2014 but did not know he himself was ill.
You can see a photo of him in his son Jacob's memorial with his wife and Jacob. His wife must be devastated.
|Dan Oh||Margaret Jackson|
You seem to have the Philadelphia obit transcribed. I ran across her obit in the The Daily Local News, West Chester, Chester County, Pa. If you are interested in it, email me at email@example.com . and I'll reply with the scanned entry.
I'm not family, just happened on the obit.
Added by Dan Oh on Jan 02, 2016 8:51 PM
|charlotte legg olson||another son of Isaac Titus|
We are descendants of Isaac Titus, too. However, our line is through their son, Isaac, that I do not see that you have listed among the children.
Isaac b Oct 1795, d 23 Feb 1863 in Port Burwell, Ont. married Frances McDormand b 27 Mar 1757 in Digby NS, d abt 1860 Port Burwell, Ont.
Their daughter Sarah Anna Titus married Alexander B. Hutchinson. Sarah was born in Digby NS and died in Michigan.
We have a book that belonged to Isaac Titus (jr) in which he wrote that he brought the book to Canada 20 October 1827, age 33 years. Written in the back of the book is: Sally McDormand and a message. On the back cover "Hannah bunches trout cove digbey neck".
Our family, too, are DAR and SAR as well as Loyalists. He however are also Union and Confederate. Makes for great stories.
Would like to hear from other family members to share research.
Sarah Titus Hutchinson's grave is on Find a Grave.
thanks for all the work that you have already shared.
|joann field||Ps to my messager re #80102491|
Have done more searching and have found census documents showing that his sister-in-law, Martha lived with D. Loran and Mary for several years, and then she is listed as D. Loran's wife in census of 1920 and living with him and son George.
So it looks like she was his second wife - after Mary died.
I couldn't find a document for Katie Mauger nee Birch so I'm not sure when she married D. Loran.
But it would seem that she was his third wife, as Martha died in 1927.
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