|Carl Philo (#47334229)|
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I am a retired educator. Bachelor Degree earned at WSU, Masters Degree at UNK and Education Specialist at UNK. Taught in Kansas and Nebraska. Retired as a School Business Administrator for the Mc Cook Public School System in Nebraska.|
Now living in Omaha, Nebraska
My wife and I winter in SPI Texas.
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A Moore, Amanda Canion, Deanna Couch, Deb, Deb Hayes-Wolfe, emtsuj Sto, GBern.O, James Tomlinson, Jo Anne Cope, JoLinn, Judy Mayfield, Kevin Philo, KH, kweaver, Marilyn Sanner ..., mimargie, Oz, Rita McKale, TLC
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|Dave Peck||Andrew Hawley|
Thanks for the prompt transfer. How did you happen to enter Andrew on Findagrave here in Saratoga County, NY?
|Carol Sherbeck Espiritu||William Philo|
I am researching William Archie Philo in connection with his first wife Bertha Elizabeth Bisdee who is my cousin. Specifically I am trying to learn whether they had a child. The 1900 census for William indicates he is a widower with no children but I recall having been told they had one child. Would appreciate any information you can provide. Thank you.
|Robin ||RE: Leora Wheeler|
You are welcome for the transfer. I think relatives are better suited to take care of family members memorials.
Added by Robin on Mar 07, 2014 11:44 AM
|Desertthorn||RE: Aaron Dillingham|
Its wonderful what you have added to Find A Grave. Thanks so much
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Wilma Dempsey|
Thank you for adding the obit and so promptly; I greatly appreciate your time and effort. No one should be forgotten.
|Rebecca Brubaker Freeman||RE: Ruth Zook|
|Jay A. Weisgerber||RE: Everett garr|
Your very Welcomw! Good luck in your research.
Jay A. Weisgerber
|Jay A. Weisgerber||RE: Charles Carter|
You are very welcome!
Jay A. Weisgerber
Note - I am in the middle of cataloging this entire cemetery, and I have posted several "new" Philos.
Added by Dan on Aug 20, 2012 11:59 AM
|Greg Newby||RE: Lindley|
I'll try to remember to do that tomorrow Carl. I'm up way to late for an old guy and I'm trying to teach a man from rural Kenya how to use a computer so he can start a church. I have the Lindley's quite a ways back.
Quaker lines almost always have some cross-over because they usually married within the denomination and that limited them to a very specific gene pool. My great grandparents A. E. Harvey and Mary S Lindley were related back along the line. The Lindley and Harvey families seemed to always live close to each other.
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