|Susan Neff, Ford & Neff Family Historian (#46816929)|
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I am Susan Neff, Historian Emeritus of the Ford family and for the Dr. James Ford Historic Home in Wabash, Indiana. I am also Secretary of the board of directors of Falls Cemetery in Wabash.|
The first room of the house museum was built by Dr. Ford in 1841 and was enlarged to seven bedrooms as needed to accommodate his growing family. Dr. James & America (Holton) Ford occupied the house for nearly 60 years; it remained in the family for almost 140 years. It was reacquired in 2002, underwent a complete restoration and opened to the public as a living history museum in March 2005.
►►I don't mind if anyone copies my tombstone photos, but I will get extremely upset if my family photos are copied to other sites, especially without proper citation.
RESEARCH SURNAMES: Alber, Aruffo, Baker, Beghtel, Bloomer, Bradley, Bull, Calendar, Carlson, Conde, Conner, Cowgill, Donoban/Donovan, Drabenstott, Earnest, Ebbinghouse, Fleck, Ford, Gillen(Gilliland), Gorman, Hanna, Hardman, Harter, Hartman, Henley, Hess, Hollier, Holton, Honeywell, Hornaday, Hurkamp, Ireland, Jeup, Jones, Keller, Key, Kline, Kratzer, LaCerte, L'Amoreaux/Lumaree, Launder, Leander, Lutz, Malang/Melang, Mariner/Marriner, McGee, McLain, Milliner, Moore, Morgan, Mosey, Neff, Oliver, Overman, Peabody, Pickett, Pratt, Pressler, Quam, Rettig, Rousey, Sayman, Simmons, Slauson, Snedeker, Stamps, Steagala, Stitt, Stone, Stradley, Strickler, Sweetser, Teague, Teeter, Thompson, Troyer, Van Dyke, Westlake, Williams, Wilson, Wolfer, Wyckoff and Yarnelle.
Yes, all Neff's are related; includes surname spellings Naf, Naff, Nave, Knaff, Kneff. My 7th great-grandfather, Hans Heinrich Neff, immigrated with his family from Switzerland via Bavaria in the early Fall of 1717. I am descended from his 2nd son, Dr. John Henry Neff - b. 1705, d. 1784 Shenandoah Co, Virginia. Work is in process to identify and organize this entire family, including subsequent immigrations, and much is documented on Findagrave by the Neff Family Historical Society. To see those ancestors in my direct line, please visit the virtual cemetery A2 Line of Neff Family.
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|Trudy Davis||Iona Loyd Troyer #33850242|
I am wondering if you know any person that would be willing to lookup an obituary for me for the above person. She is a distant relative of my husband and I am working on the Davis genealogy of which Iona, through her father is a distant relative. Thank you. I tried to send you a private E-mail, but it didn't go through.
|Bob Hastings||RE: Wilson Family|
She was a sister to my great grandfather Carey Brown Wilson you will find a pict of him he is buried in Moark Cem. Moark Clay Co. Ar. do you have any more pictures THANKS My great grandfather Richard Whitfield Hastings was a Lut. 120 Indiana Inft. from Gibson Co. In.
|Bob Hastings||Wilson Family|
Are you any kin to Amanda Wilson (Bloomer) i seen you had a picture of her
|Diane L. Webb||Ann Horniday Teague|
On Find A Grave site of Samuel Hornaday you have his sister
Ann Teague. My 2nd great grandfather was John Teague m. 1/w Ann or Anna Hornaday-Hornady d/o Christopher Hornaday. After death of Ann Hornaday Teague, John Teague m. 2/w Susannah Pike (my line). John Teague buried in Pleasant Hill Christian Church Cemetery, Alamance Co.NC.
I am from the 2nd marriage of John Teague through only son Samuel Teague, to Cecil Newcomer Teague to Virgil C. Teague.
I can help you if you are looking for Teague information.
Diane L. Teague Webb
Thank you so much for the picture! I so appreciate your efforts!
|ResrchH630||Kedras at Magnolia|
Hi there - I processed the updates you provided to the memorials for Dolores and James Kedra, however, how each is listed as both the spouse and the child for the other. Were Dolores and James husband and wife or mother and son? Can you send a corrected suggestion? Thanks so much!
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||Parducci|
Thank you for the obituary on Robert Parducci. What a handsome young man. I appreciate your contribution to his memorial. Regards.
|Melissa Mengle||RE: Neff's in Mt Calvary|
Thank you for getting back with me. We are going through rainy weather, so in the next couple weeks i will get to the cemetery and get those photos. I was going to go and get Bernice Neff's photos anyways since she is a Freeze. I'll send a message after I get the photos added. Sincerely, Melissa
|jwales38||RE: Bonnicia A Young|
She is not buried next to her parents, she is buried on the "Baby Plot".
Added by jwales38 on May 02, 2014 9:26 AM
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