|Cheryl (Theroux) Whitican (#46826361)|
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I am Cheryl (Theroux) Murphy-Whitican and have lived in Ohio since 1987. I'm a displaced Boston native and an active member of the NSDAR. My Patriot Ancestors are Benjamin Bearce, Joseph Ames, Jonathan Howard, and James Keith. Pilgrim Ancestors are James Chilton, John Alden, Christopher Martin, and Stephen Hopkins, Francis Cooke and John Howland.|
Also I'm a member of the American-Canadian Genealogical Society and N.E. Historic Genealogical Society.
Ongoing research on the following surnames in the US, Canada, Ireland and England/Wales: Theroux, Hebert, Brousseau, Picard/Pecor, Loiseau-Cardin, Cournoyer, Parenteau, St.Germaine, Jones, Bears(c)e, Howard, Howland, Bates, Nicks, Leo, Ahern, Canning, Whitican, Lewis, Reichard, Reid, Cook, Wake and Baldwin.
If you discover any errors in my input, please let me know. As a courtesy to fulfill your requests for editing data or linking memorials, please include all memorial numbers.
Memorial transfers will be gladly made according to Find A Grave guidelines.
Also, please refrain from using my photos without permission.
I'm thrilled to have found this website, and enjoy fulfilling photo requests for cemeteries in the Greene County, Ohio area.
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|Virgie Perrin||George W Frybarger|
This could not be his death date.
He was in the Civil War.
George W Frybarger
in the U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
Record Image No Image
Name: George W Frybarger
Enlistment Date: 5 Jan 1864
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Indiana
Survived the War?: No
Service Record: Enlisted in the Indiana 20th Light Artillery Battery on 05 Jan 1864.Mustered out on 05 Feb 1865 at Connersville, IN.
Sources: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana
George W. Frybarger
in the Web: Indiana, Civil War Soldier Database Index, 1861-1865
Name: George W. Frybarger
Birth Year: abt 1835
Enrollment Date: 2 Jan 1864
Discharge Date: Feb 1865
Place: Connersville, Indiana
Cavalry, Battery, Unit: 20th Light Artillery
Notes: Died at Connersville, IN. 2, 1865. Recruit.
Virgie R Perrin
Thanks so much, Cheryl - I appreciate your help!
Added by bstahl on May 17, 2016 12:25 PM
I am looking for burial info for Sarah Frances (Murrell) Rittenhouse (1836-1905) Specifically looking for plot info and if burial records indicate a headstone. Thanks so much! Becky Stahl
Added by bstahl on May 11, 2016 11:23 AM
Thanks again for accepting my edits!
Added by B Mowen on Apr 30, 2016 1:23 PM
I saw that you posted pics for Stewart Cemetery, Bowersville. Do you happen to know if records exist for this cemetery and who the contact person would be? (I have a relative buried in Stewart.) Thanks so much!
Added by bstahl on Apr 14, 2016 12:57 PM
|Bill Davidson||BATES Family|
Hi Cheryl.. It's always a pleasure to meet a previously unknown cousin. I'm trying to get organized and figure out how this all works and then I'll start posting some things. I'd love to share any info,on the BATES family, that I have which might be helpful although I think you may have a bit more than I at this point. I am in constant touch with George Royal Bates Jr. who is 93 years old and also Margaret Joan Cronan (BATES)who is 83 so if you think they could be any help to you in filling in some gaps let me know. Thanks for your reply and if I can be any help I'd be more than happy to send any info that I have here.
|C Shaw||Mary Ann Tresslar 35615114|
Mary Ann Fudge Tresslar, 35615114, 1792-1857 could not be the wife of John M Tresslar, 8493605, as he was born after her death. Please correct & disconnect him as her spouse.
Cheryl Burr Shaw
Added by C Shaw on Mar 11, 2016 5:36 AM
|B Mowen||RE: Woodland Cem., Xenia|
Cheryl, I worked with 2 local gentleman to photograph the remaining sections of Woodland that had not been previously photographed or recorded. They did much more work than I did I (Bernard Green and Bob Messemore). I came to the project a bit late. For the most part, we split work by cemetery sections (physical markers). Later this Spring, I will be adding GPS coordinates which are much more precise than plot information. I use an iPad for this. Similar to the cemetery volume you worked from, the Greene County Chapter of OGS had developed one covering Woodland. This coupled with a physical walk through of the cemetery provided the basis for the F.A.G. entries that were made(with sections). To my knowledge Woodland has not been directly involved.
Again, thanks for all the entries you made for other local cemeteries. They are very valuable and appreciated.
Added by B Mowen on Mar 01, 2016 1:17 PM
|B Mowen||Hook Cemetery Greene Co Ohio|
Cheryl, thank you for all of the entries you have made. While reviewing a published book entitled Greene Cou ty Ohio Inscriptions, Vol III, for Hook Cemetery, it seems some of the last nam s of persons buried in Hook Cemetery are listed as Hooke vs. Hook. Others are shown as Hook, however, all of your entries for this cemeterey are just Hook. Could you share the source that you used? I am working on an ancestry tree for this family and want to ensure I have correct names.
Added by B Mowen on Feb 27, 2016 9:18 AM
|Bill Davidson||Bates Family|
Hi Cheryl, I was researching some info on my Grandmother Margaret F. Hyland (Bates) and a picture of her grave marker popped up with your name attached. You also have a lot of info on the Bates family and, judging by your name, I was wondering if you were related to Paula Theroux of Stoneham Ma. who was one of the Bates family famous "Jones Girls". I was talking with George Royal Bates Jr. yesterday but he didn't recognize the name. My mother, Margaret M. Davidson (Hyland), talked about the "Jones Girls often and I recognized the name Theroux from her old phone book. If you could let know I'd love to hear from you. Thanks.
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