|Russ Ottens (#46497746)|
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|Jacqueline E. Clark-Jones||Spanglers|
I just wanted to say Thank you so much for the photos of the markers for my Aunt 74691577 and Uncle it is greatly appreciated.
|Melisa Lucas||Enders Family Info|
I am a family member of the Enders line. I recently saw the Enders Family book that was published. I have some updated information on my family line to add to it. Are you the right person to provide that information?
(Russell Miller's granddaughter)
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Opps|
Looked @ Willis' father's link, guess his name was "Carvin" after all. However, I also looked at a family tree on Ancestry and noticed that they had his name listed as "Carvin Cooper Lebo"???
Just thought I would mention it.
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Re: Willis Lebo|
It also appears that Willis' father's name is "Garvin" rather than "Carvin".
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Re: Verna M. (Rowe) Lebo|
Found Willis & Verna Lebo's marriage
License on Ancestry, and added a copy to her memorial. Her parents, Clinton & Katie Rowe are also buried in that cemetery, and are also your memorials.
|Jan Summers||Pvt Lewis Kniley|
Thank you for adding the information and the credit to his bio. Best regards, Jan
|Brian J. Ensley||Charles Challenger|
Thank you very much for the transfer!
|H. Tracy Hall, Jr.||RE: William Messner|
I apologize. 8 Feb 1878 is indeed the correct death date.
Contributor doklanbeh at ancestry.com this page on William Messner:
http://person.ancestry.com/tree/16028549/person/19053129926/facts, which includes a link to the newspaper report of his death:
Here's my transcription:
Chester Daily Times, Chester (Delaware) Pennsylvania, Saturday, February 9, 1878, page 1, column 4
An unusual number of accidents ocurred [sic]
in the mining regions yesterday [Friday, February 8, 1878]. An explo-
sion at Plank Ridge colliery burned three
brothers, Theodore, Henry, and Isaac Isen-
bauer, the latter seriously.
was instantly killed at No. 4 Gangway, Short
Mountain Slope, near Lykins, [Lykens] by a fall of
[8 Feb 1878, Short Mountain Slope Colliery, near Lykens, Dauphin, Pennsylvania]
At the Continental colliery, Centralia,
Brian Kilker was crushed beneath a mass of
falling coal and seriously injured, and at
Potts' colliery, Locustdale, Daniel Lletwil-
ler fell from a high trestle work and was
- - -
His age at death from his headstone:
AGED 30 YRS. 10 MO. 10 D, then calculates to a birth date of Monday, March 29, 1847.
Sorry for my wrong reading of the headstone!
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Rhodes|
If you are interested I have a little more info on this family. Brenda D. asked I limit edits so I have stopped. Any one in Worth County that you might be interested in ( no kin here) please let me know. gail
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Worth County edits|
All edits came from info in the book "The History of Worth County, GA" vol II.No kin. Thanks, gail
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