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|Have researched my family lines since I was 11, just for the pure fun of it and to learn where I came from.|
Wendell, Fox, Ward and Beckwith, Ingham families of upstate New York. Gould's and Haner's of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Van Loan in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Corbin of New Jersey and Conneticut.
Mears of Tennessee and Oregon.
Clark's and Berrian's from around Peoria County, Illinois.
Wells family from Maryland, through Kentucky, to Illinois
Hahn, Bollinger, Croan, DeMott families of Missouri and Kansas.
Thain, Dittmar and Hammer in Illinois.
Talbert in DeSoto and Caddo Parish, Louisiana
Lambeth in Louisiana and Texas. Sparkman of Texas and Oklahoma.
If someone is of your family feel free to contact me to transfer them to you. I feel families should have access to their family, unlike some who are just interested in the number of memorials they maintain and are so within themselves which destroys the purpose of this sharing information....
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|Mark Dixon||RE: George W. Hazard # 137253093|
I also have memorials for two of his children who died young, would you like those memorials as well?
I also have a James Hazard (1814-1860), I am not sure if he is closely related though; let me know if you would like it.
|RoseN||RE: Soldiers Memorials|
I appreciate all the help and information you've sent me. Thank you.
Added by RoseN on Jun 16, 2016 2:10 PM
|RoseN||RE: Soldiers Memorials|
If I don't have the information, how can I add it to the memorials?
I've been adding the info to the memorials you have sent me.
Added by RoseN on Jun 16, 2016 12:04 AM
|Frederick Sieber||Mother of Orlando Marks|
The father of Orlando, Jabez, had two wives that I know of. One was Frances P, who died in 1842. Orlando was born in 1846. Orlando's other wife Permelia is shown with him in the 1850 and 1860 census. This is why I conclude Permelia to be the mother of Orlando. If you have any stronger countervailing evidence or reasoning, please reply.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Alice Berrian/Welch|
You're very welcome. It was such a longshot, since she had obviously remarried. I have no idea where her Welch husband is buried. He is not next to her. But I guess the important part is, that her burial location was found. Take care!
Thanks for the additional information!
|Bobby Wayne Smith||RE: Question|
Yes, But I have been very busy with CSA Veteran Work.
Bobby W. Smith
|Don Green||Maus Haverly|
I posted some of Maus' Civil War service. I do treat these as "Memorials" not "Genealogy" records. Would you want the only info posted on your grandfather's Memorial that he robbed a bank ? That is why I cut off the info where I did.
|Leonard Chapman||RE: Uriah Chapman FAG # 44004053|
Many people back in those days gave the information, handed down to them, sad but sometimes it was wrong (like people who were told they are related to "Johnny Appleseed" who never had children, never married!)
Philip Chapman Ellsworth spent many years researching his Chapman line. You can find it here: Philip Chapman Ellsworth, "Life Sketch of Moses and Uriah Chapman", August 1994; The Connecticut Nutmegger, Vol 28 #1, June 1995; pp 2-24
Here is another researcher of this Chapman line....
Title: Ellen Isaacson
Note: Elgin, Or., USA, 97827, email@example.com. Research on this family spanned over 50 years. Work,time and money has been spent on these families.Sources include bible records, birth, marriage, death, obituaries, news paper clippings, census, and County and Town Histories, Civil War records, Pension papers, Revolutionary War Records and Wills,Probate and Court Records. A lot of people have taken our hard work and used it as their own, with out giving any credit to the owner of this gedcom.
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