|Stuart Weddle (#46882614)|
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I'm particulary interested to hear from anyone with a connection to the memorials I've created. Please feel free to contact me. We might learn something from one another.|
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|luckysitsinback||RE: two line not one|
Hi, there, Stuart.
Thanks for your confidence in my research skills, but please don't hold out expectations for resolution from me. It would certainly come about by accident ... but should I get lucky one day, I'll be sure to pass to you such information which proves definitive origins!
Keep me informed if you have a success - regardless what kind - and I'll be happy to celebrate with you.
|luckysitsinback||RE: Weddle memorials|
You provide plenty of information and reasoning. Should someone have additional/corrective information for you, they can tell it would be appreciated; and for others, the caveats are clear.
It's a miracle we even have what we do: so many do not, and forever wonder.
|luckysitsinback||RE: The Weddle Book|
The search I did turned up copies on Amazon, but books is the area I get help with from my brother. (What a lousy sentence that was!) He may be able to locate a used copy ... and I have confidence he'll find what I need. Thank you so much! When the snow melts and my back stops yelling at me, I'll take a look at the memorial you mentioned, and others.
Regards, Elise Bowen, Cape Cod
|luckysitsinback||The Weddel Book|
what a sweet find ... I most enjoy my research sometimes when I disengage and just go wandering. I came across mention of Mary and John at this url:
concerning Hawkins County Tennessee SAR pensions, and of course had to take a peek into the Jackson County, Indiana, memorials, where I found John, and you, and the mention of The Weddel Book.
If you have any additional information regarding this publication, I'd be grateful. Winter is a great time to peruse such, and I'm waiting for a master's thesis from 1935 on the history of Hunt County to arrive in my library.
It really tickles me how varied the spellings are for this surname; I'm still working on a tangle of two lines, one Scots-Irish, another German.
I don't know what you could learn from me, as I mostly rely on luck, followed by strict (as possible) accuracy ... and I don't create memorials often. Mostly I cheer those who do: like YOU!
|Matthew Weddle||Nathanial Martz Weddle|
Hello, I have been tracing my line, and it led to this site and your profile. I am a decedent of Nathaniel Martz Weddle's eldest son Sanford.
I have information on his line, if you are interested.
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