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Bonnie Hoy (#47000652)
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Ken Brown
RE: Madora
Hi Bonnie

I have six spouses for Jennie Madora "Dora" Dyer. Five of them you have, but there's at least one more.

When Dora married Loren Huber her name was "Dora Crane" mn [maiden name] Udora Dyer.

I can find no record of Dora's marriage to Crane, but I don't doubt the original marriage record for Dora and Loren.

The marriage would have taken place between 1870 (when Dora and William Lee were recorded in the 1870 census) and 1876 (when Dora married Loren Huber).

Dora divorced Milton H Moore on 19 Nov 1898 for 'cruelty.'

Ken Brown
Added by Ken Brown on May 03, 2015 11:17 AM
lori russell
Thompson and Nodine Help !
Charles J Thompson was born in 1870's I thought in Lowell, MI. There is a Perry C, Luella R, with Louisa Thompson and George W Thompson. Why is there a big connection there??
Added by lori russell on Apr 24, 2015 7:00 PM
lori russell
Thompson, Nodine, Gristwood history from Fenwick,MI
I am searching my grandparents from Fenwick, Michigan. Great grandpa is Charles James Thompson and Olive Thompson (NEE Sherman) It states that George W Thompson and Louisa Nodyne are his parents. They were in the lumber and coal business in Fenwick. I see lots of Ira, Olives, Eunice, Charity, names when I search his name. George's. What is his real last name? How many times was he married? I think they are from New York too? Not certain. I am seeing a Simeon W Gristwold or Gristwood for being married to E. Louisa Nodyne or Nodine? Any help would be great. They were the 1st settlers in Fenwick, MI !
Added by lori russell on Apr 24, 2015 6:56 PM
Buddy Leech
RE: Ralph Swarthout
Thank you Bonnie! Ralph was one of the many children of James A Swarthout and his two spouses. Ralph's mother, Betsey Ketchum Swarthout (1787 - 1832), was James' first wife. She is buried in Barrington Baptist Cemetery, Barrington, Yates County, NY (Memorial# 81056546). James A Swarthout apparently has a headstone there (Memorial# 81056417), but is buried with his second wife in Wayne Village Cemetery (Memorial# 56536264). I believe that Ralph "popped" as one of Ralph A. and Betsey Swarthout's Children when you closed your duplicate Memorial. I'm working now to get Ralph as one of James A. Swarthout's children on his Wayne Village Cemetery Memorial. Mr. Swarthout was a Veteran of the War of 1812 .
Added by Buddy Leech on Apr 21, 2015 5:59 PM
Sir James Bennett
Hi Bonnie! First, THANK YOU for all the photos. What a wonderful gift you are providing. Second, thank you for allowing the edit to James Bennett. Sir was not a title but his given name. He was a triplet. He and his brothers were named for Sir John Colborne, Lt. Governor of Ontario, Canada. The triplets were: Sir James Bennett, John Bennett and Colborne Bennett.
Added by Rebecca on Apr 21, 2015 10:53 AM
Johnie Johnson
Leroy and Sally DeGarmo
Thank you for taking an posting pictures of their headstones on
Added by Johnie Johnson on Apr 18, 2015 3:30 AM
Sharon Wood
Tuttle - Jessie Janes
I believe this is Jessie James not Janes. Dates match.

Added by Sharon Wood on Apr 17, 2015 7:13 AM
Jean Williams
RE: Katherine Kussmaul
Hi Bonnie, I see there are some major errors and I believe I am at fought, there were two Catherine Klotz, and are mixed up. If you send me your email address I will send you the file to help in corrections. I presume you are related.
Christina Catharina Koltz/b. 18 Oct 1846 and m. Simon Kussmaul/b. 04 Apr 1846.

The other is Katherine K. "Kate" Zeitter/b. 19 May 1873 and m. Simon Immanuel Kussmaul/b. 11 Oct 1875, (he is the son of the above Simon b. in 1846).

Part of the problem is the German custom of their "call name", we usually place that as our first name and in Germany the custom was it is placed in the middle.
Added by Jean Williams on Apr 17, 2015 1:08 AM
Jean Williams
Thank you for the noted credit.
Added by Jean Williams on Apr 15, 2015 8:12 AM
Sharon Wood
Tuttle - Townsend
I knew you would know. Thanks
Added by Sharon Wood on Apr 15, 2015 6:56 AM
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