|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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|Sue (Lumley) Sayre||Arthur D. Palmer|
I have a book of WWI Soldiers and have been listing the info. There is a pic of Arthur in his uniform. Do you have that? I am just trying to honor each soldier so they will be remembered.
|Sue (Lumley) Sayre||RE: Arthur Palmer|
I have a book about WWI soldiers from Lawrence County Missouri and thought the info needs to be listed. Thanks for the work you do for others who cannot.
|Duke Fuller||RE: Weddles|
Thanks for the catch of duplication. I have put in a request
To remove the more recent memorial
Updated pictures are with the correct memorial
|J Huggins||RE: Merlin|
Hi Stuart, This is a confusing story call me and I will explain it,They are listed as husband and wife in her fathers obituary in the Miami newspapers, Ruby Dowler Weddel is the mother of the Mary Lee Weddel from Arizona listed in Merlin's obit.
|Dale Weddle||RE: decendant|
I intend to have a DNA test sometime in the very near future. If you become aware of any of your family that has a DNA test, please let me know. I would like to know if there is a connection to your John and my George. Thanks,
|Dale Weddle||Weddle Surname|
I'm a descendant of George Adam Weddell, George Weddle Jr. and John Milton Weddle. Searching for George Jr.'s brother John. You can reach me at email@example.com Thanks, Dale Weddle
|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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