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Suzi Dewsnap Terrell (#46902002)
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The Hunt

It started young with bedtime tales
Of years that had gone by
Gramps told of how they use to live
And how they all had died.
It made me wonder who they were
And what they all had been
So the hunt began for names & dates
To look up all my kin.
I knew there were some famous ones
Like Daniel Boone and Dewey
But had no idea that I would find
that most of them were screwy!
Like old maid Flo who had a fear
Of men and all their groping
She wore a whistle round her neck
(... but I think she was just hoping!)
And then I found an Uncle George
Whose stories send you reeling
He was caught with someone's horse
So they strung him up for stealing.
Next I found old scarlet Lucy
Who ran a house of sin
Till they closed it down & locked her up
For her wicked way with men.
After hearing bout Grandpa Henry
I put my hunt to rest
Could take no more afraid I'd find
That my bloodline's not the best.
So be prepared when you start your hunt
For those ghost that once lay hidden
Could raise and haunt you in the night
And you might regret the diggin!

 by Suzi Terrell 
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Jan Hanlon Barnes and Larry Barnes
RE: Sarah Youst
Oh my goodness, Suzi, I just read the first part of those stories. Those are wonderful!! It's a shame that everyone doesn't have someone like him in their family. Or at least someone to write all those things down.
I love finding new cousins. My branch of the family stayed in WV. If I hadn't found you, I probably would have thought all those hints on Ancestry were someone else.
I don't have really cool stories about my branch, but my tree on Ancestry is public, if you would like to check it out.
Added by Jan Hanlon Barnes and Lar... on Jul 18, 2015 9:40 PM
Jan Hanlon Barnes and Larry Barnes
Sarah Youst
Hi, I was looking at your memorials and noticed that you created two for my 2x great grandmother. One has her burial place and the other doesn't. Are you related to the Youst line? Love the poem on you profile.
Added by Jan Hanlon Barnes and Lar... on Jul 17, 2015 10:36 PM
RE: Maj Henry Wisner, Jr #37846006
I'm afraid I don't. I'm finding conflicting information on my searches--one source saying she died in Springfield MA, the other Middletown, NY. You might want to request a death certificate from both places and see which one can actually deliver...

She is living in Middletown NY at the time of the 1920 census as head of household, with her brother Henry and his wife Jane.

I'm a little confused about the Dewsnaps shown on FindAGrave in Orange County--it would appear that two people entered the same data on the same day but in different cemeteries... There is quite a distance between Bloomingburg Rural Cemetery and Walkill Cemetery (in Walkill/Middletown).

I'll keep my eyes open should I find something and let you know.
Added by LadyGoshen on Jun 13, 2015 8:13 PM
RE: Maj Henry Wisner, Jr #37846006
I think you'll find that the dates don't work and that you're missing a few generations...

William Roberts Dewsnap Sr married Sarah Steele Tryon

Sarah was the daughter of Samuel Tryon and Eliza Ann Wisner

Eliza Ann Wisner was the daughter of Henry Barnet Wisner and Ruth Carpenter

Henry Barnet Wisner was the brother of Sarah (Sally) Wisner who married William Steele

The Wisners are a confusing bunch since they used the same names in many branches and generations. Hope this helps. Let me know how this meshes with your research.
Added by LadyGoshen on Jun 12, 2015 8:00 PM
Chico Basin/Hanover - Mary Hayward Hanna Frost
You took the marker photo, I believe.
I wanted to know if there's a sexton/office where I could write.
I want to know where Mary died. Not in SSDI. If there's more info from the cemetery records, it would be nice to know.
She's my great-grandmother's sister's daughter.

Thanks for any help.
Added by Carol on Apr 26, 2015 2:59 PM
Bev Fleckenstein
RE: Gertrud Fleckenstein
Sharon did tell me Dusty was having someone create a family tree page for Steve and Darren. That's wonderful!!! I'm happy to share info with you. What's your Email and I'll contact you.

Added by Bev Fleckenstein on Feb 08, 2015 8:37 PM
Bev Fleckenstein
RE: Gertrud Fleckenstein
Yes, Suzi, she did. Joseph Fleckenstein was my grandfather. How did you come by Gertrud's and Joseph's names? Do you have information on Gertrud? I know quite a bit about Grandpa but not much about Gertrud.

Added by Bev Fleckenstein on Feb 08, 2015 8:14 PM
RE: Marilyn ringering (Luke)
1918641 is the memorial #.
my contributor number is 46974302
Added by Amy on Oct 08, 2014 12:21 AM
RE: Marilyn ringering (Luke)
Hello! I'm not sure if I ever replied to you? My apologies. I would very much like a transfer of Marilyn. How may I go about doing that? Thank you so much! Have a great day!
Added by Amy on Oct 06, 2014 10:06 PM
Dave F
RE: James Holmes
I really appreciate it, Suzi. The work you are doing is a very noble thing and I am grateful for it. -- Dave --
Added by Dave F on Jul 11, 2014 11:28 PM
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