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charlott jones (#47003358)
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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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Floral Designer
Will let St Paul Know First
You might wish to place a note stating that the name could have been spelled as Berrien or Berrian. Originally it was with an e, but about this time some changed it to the spelling with an a.

I was ask to Record from Their Master List
By the Historian there into F A G ..
Just to let you know
Added by Floral Designer on Nov 30, 2016 11:07 AM
129781358 Corp. WJ Bruce
Hi! In 2012 another FGM website was created for William Jennings Bruce - 101356254. Both websites have complementary information. This message is also being sent to the other site manager.

Thank you for your efforts,

Added by By-the-Sea on Nov 21, 2016 10:25 PM
hi Charlotte
i wondered where the Jones connection came from. perhaps its your husband.

but Etta Violet CAMPBELL Siesseger. from Cherry Oswego. NY. was my 1 great grandmother. her husband Dewitt.
father: Aaron Putnam Campbell. and Jane Thompson.
grandfather: the great attorney:
Matthew Putnam Campbell and wife: Deborah.

thanks for the Find a grave work you did for Aaron Putnam Campbell.

because of people like you and the service you do. i am donating and joining "Find a Grave".
with NO NOK (Next of Kin). thats all i have to leave.

bless you,

Jacqueline Burnett (Campbell)
Added by Jacqueline on Nov 07, 2016 11:19 AM
Jay Bill
Clinton W. Lear, Jr.
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 84261938

I am researching Fort Gibson, OK, and one of the soldiers who was stationed there is Clinton W. Lear, Sr. (1848-49: Ft. Gibson, IT, 1st Lt., 5th Inf.) Sr. was married to Mary Livingston Smith. Kearney is from The Chronicles of Oklahoma, and they got it wrong.

This is the correct info:

MARRIED 1849: At New Orleans, on the 17th inst., by the Rev. Theodore Clapp, Lieut. Clinton Wright Lear, 5th Infantry, U.S.A., to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Hon. John Witherspoon Smith, of that city. (Have yet to ascertain the month.)

Jr. was born sometime before April 1850 and died sometime in November 1851, as Sr. is still referring to his "Little Stranger" in his letters in early November.

Jr, had a sister named Fanny who was born sometime before her father's death on Oct. 26, 1854. Fanny is the only child mentioned in - The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume 12, Number 1, January 1881. As well as other books.

Jr. seems to have been totally forgotten, except in the "Chronicles," and they got his mother's family wrong.
Added by Jay Bill on Nov 04, 2016 9:03 PM
P.O.W. Dad
Flora E. Clark Mudge/Lewis
I just wanted to let you know I posted a headstone photo on Flora's memorial in Walnut Hill Cemetery in Council Bluffs.
Added by P.O.W. Dad on Oct 29, 2016 4:24 PM
Dorothy Deadmond
Thank you for the additional bio for Dorothy. I appreciate you taking the time to send this to me.
Added by Vicki on Oct 28, 2016 12:33 PM
James R Beltz
RE: Leloh
Only that they are married into my Belts family
Added by James R Beltz on Oct 23, 2016 5:47 PM
James R Beltz
Leloh Family
Hi I saw your note on their memorialand so to tell you I am related thru the Belts family.
Added by James R Beltz on Oct 22, 2016 10:15 PM
Janel Condrey
Thank you so very much for maintaining this page. I have been searching some years now on information about one of Virgil's brother's and my GGgrandfather) Samuel W. Peringer b about 1851. There isn't much to go on except we know where he was born and died, we know he was in the Indian Wars, married at age 19 to a Mary E Bosing/Boring in 1869 at Bourbon Co, KS, and married a 2nd time not sure when cause we have pictures of his step children and we think there were 8 children. Samuel worked many years as a machinist in KS, MO, CA and perhaps in WA and/or OR. His son John Allen Peringer is my maternal grandfather born in Fall River, MO. I have obtained some pics of him as a young man from a cousin in Oregon, (she is the first child born of John's first marriage to Beulah Ann Igou) but my cousin states once he and his first wife divorced, sometime between 1915 and 1920, the family lost contact with John. Fortunately I was able to shed light on where he had gone, but We have yet to close the gap on Samuel. We know he lived some of his elder years with eldest son James B. Peringer and wife Laura Belle Gray in CA sometime in his early 80's before going to the Soldier's home in Levenworth, KS and then buried in 1932 in the Soldier's memorial cemetary in Oklahoma City, OK. I know that many of the men in the family were Mason's and I also know that the surname Peringer is listed among the Jewish surnames used when Jews were leaving Galatia (area of Spain before WWI). I have no idea if they even were Jewish as there seems to be no trace of any practiced faith except Christianity. If you can shed any light on Samuel W Peringer, it would be greatly appreciated and you can reach me at Many thanks in advance, and again, thank you.
Added by Janel Condrey on Oct 16, 2016 6:27 AM
Joe Pearce
Mary Pearce Talbert
You are most welcome.
Always glad when I can assist others.

Joe A. Pearce 46885687
Added by Joe Pearce on Oct 05, 2016 1:06 PM
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