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What started as a passion for finding my own ancestors has turned into a great joy in helping others find theirs. |
My pictures are not works of art, therefore please take what pictures you need. I'm happy to share!
Also, if you attach a photo to a memorial that I've created, PLEASE make sure you have NOT used CHALK! Otherwise, I will delete it.
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My Family Names: Nicholson, Mason, White, Ritenour/Ridenour/Reitenauer, Keefer, Mann, Divelbiss/Devilbiss, Mulheren, Murray, Cobes, Hendrickson, Bauman/Bowman, Palmer/Balmer. Hendershot, Layton, Mikesell
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|Jim Long||RE: Ida Johnston edit|
I sent the info you have, and what I have, to Ken Johnston who has a great deal of Johnston family information. I think he can clear up the mystery. I believe we are talking about the same Ida, but he will be able to tell us.
Added by Jim Long on Jul 02, 2015 4:44 PM
|Jim Long||RE: Ida Johnston edit|
Jacob Andrew Johnston married Ida Rennison 30 Jan 1882 in Nevada, MO. I've found the marriage certificate and according to Johnston family records that is accurate.
I believe the Ida you mentioned is someone else, so I likely have the wrong gravesite, although it may be that she married Samuel later.
I did notice something odd in looking at her family, it appears your Ida appears in my Long family tree. So at this point I don't know if they are the same Ida Rennison. I haven't found out what happened to her after Jacob died, 28 Aug 1891. Maybe they are the same Ida. Let me know if you find anything more.
Added by Jim Long on Jun 30, 2015 9:39 PM
|Connie Mills||Lafayette Riddell|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of my Cousin's headstone for me. I used to do this but haven't for about two years due to my health. Again, it does mean a lot to me and bless you.
Connie Mills Hockenberry
|Shelly Kilbury||RE: Charles Johnson|
Yes! I would take good care of it. When you get older, these things seem to matter so much more. Thank you!
|Anne Sturgis||Henderson Cemetery|
You contacted me awhile back about Henderson Cemetery - well, in the last couple years it has been "adopted" and "renovated" - stones that were buried or broken are now out of the ground and re-set in concrete bases. Thought you might want to revisit the F-a-G site for the place. I tried to go visit the place but couldn't find it, and didn't have time to keep looking - but the photos are impressive. BTW, its now called Henderson Hollow Cemetery".
|oldguy||RE: josephene zimmer|
that is fine go ahead and merge them I do want messages like this because I want as complete of a page as possible. thanks for explaining go ahead and merge them.
Added by oldguy on Jun 10, 2015 7:01 PM
I understand there are duplicates for this lady but my entry is more complete. I have been researching this family for five years and I have a pretty good grasp on the line. I cannot see why I should delete my post or merge it into the other one. I am open to suggestion and I appreciate all your work please let me know why I should delete my work.
Added by oldguy on Jun 10, 2015 6:38 PM
Thank you so much for dropping me an email concerning Louisa Scott's headstone. It was so fortunate you found her stone and how nice it was that you placed it back where it belonged. Taking a photo of it preserves it forever and was icing on the cake.
Added by CherylA on Jun 09, 2015 11:08 AM
|Rose King||Peter R Stahl|
He was Born on 12-3-1863 In Somerset, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, United States
|Bilco2000||David Tipton Faith|
Thank you for your input.
I also have a copy of the death cert stating Oakland as the burial place. However, I also have been able to obtain copies of 3 newspaper obits and they all indicate Greenwood as the site of burial.
Those obits can be found in the Indiana Evening Gazette, Indiana Weekly Messenger and the Indiana County Gazette. All were printed within a few days of his death.
I would be more than pleased to forward copies to you…just say the word.
I thank You once again for your input. It’s nice to know that someone actually looks at family trees.
Bill Cohen (Bilco)
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