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Annis Jean Hite Patee (#46907132)
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Bio Photo I live in Huntington, Indiana and have been doing genealogy for 40 years. I live about 17 miles from Fort Wayne, Indiana - the 2nd largest genealogy library in the US. I am willing to travel anywhere in Northern Indiana, Northwestern Ohio or South Eastern Michigan to take photographs. I am willing to E-Mail photographs to you or use the U.S. Postal System, whichever you prefer. Please include your active E-Mail address, name of person / persons your are looking for and a cemetery name and location with your request.
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Bryan Conn
William Mckinley Cox 1896-1918
Your information on him is incorrect, he entered the Army on Feb 24, 1918, and I'm really not sure when he was killed, but I do know he was KIA sometime in 1918 in France. I've been doing research on him for the past 8 years. His tombstone says he was Marine Corps, but I have 3 photo's that prove otherwise. He's dressed in a Army uniform and was he was trained at Camp Zachary Taylor in Louisville Ky in Feb 1918 in the 84th Division. I'm in the process of correcting info from the military on him. He is also my great uncle. Thank you for your time.
Added by Bryan Conn on Aug 29, 2014 8:51 PM
klassikat
Harry's Parents:
Father: Nelson - 17736803

Mother - 115838052

I've made a lot of additions to Harry so check them out and if you see any mistakes, let me know.

Thanks for putting me on the right person.

Take care.
Added by klassikat on Aug 29, 2014 6:11 PM
bcw
Catherine Earhart parents
I was surprised and pleased that you had identified Catherine Simon as being a daughter of Catherine Earhart. I am related through her sister, Sarah. Catherine (the mother) is a hero because moved to Indiana at such an elderly age. Most pleasing is that you have identified Catherine Earhart Simon's father as Peter Sr and her mothers maiden name as "Houser". These are two completely new pieces of information--Wow! Not doubting, but may I ask the source of this new information and do you have more info on other Houser family members? For us that live so far away from the areas of our ancestors, we so appreciate all this information and your interest.
Added by bcw on May 31, 2014 7:53 AM
Kelly Kent-Parcell
Curious
Do you have cemetery transcripts of the cemeteries in Huntington?

I have other relatives that died in Huntington and don't know where they are buried:

John Emery Faulk (Falk)
dob 24 June 1834 - Starke County, Ohio
dod 31 Jan 1905 - Huntington, Indiana

Mary Ann Emmerling Faulk (Falk)
dob 17 Mar 1850 - Largo, Wabash County, Indiana
dod 03 Mar 1934 - Huntington, Indiana

Peter S. Faulk (Falk)
dob 14 Apr 1814 - New Jersey
dod 28 Dec 1864 - Huntington, Indiana

Phebe T. Sibert Faulk (Falk)
dob abt 1819 - Ohio
dod bet 1870-1880 - Huntington, Indiana

Perhaps if you are at the library sometime, you could look for them for me. I sure would appreciate it.
Added by Kelly Kent-Parcell on Feb 25, 2011 2:40 PM
 

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