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~P.J.~ (#47007566)
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Bio Photo Hello!
I have been an avid genealogy researcher for over 35 years and thoroughly enjoy putting my detective instincts to work for myself and others, so much so that it has definitely become my "magnificent obsession"!

My paternal line is of Irish and American Indian descent and consists mainly of Hodge/Hodges, Black, Swartz, Easter, Bozarth,and Roland/Rowland and is mainly found in Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska.

My maternal line comes from Germany to New York and consists mainly of Blohme, Mathias, Glaeser, Schureman, Hoberg, and Wilhelm.

I have really enjoyed adding data to the Find-a-Grave site and hope that I may have helped someone find a long-lost relative. If you have any info or photos to add to these postings, or if you would like to have a memorial transferred to you, please do not hesitate to contact me. After all, these memorials do not BELONG to me....they belong to ALL of us.
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Kathy
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P.J., I am very happy to transfer Rose Mary to you...I believe I am related to her husband's family via Eliza Suzanne Dietz and her husband, Julius G. Smallfield. It would be a very remote relationship. Kathy
Added by Kathy on Aug 04, 2014 8:08 AM
Ernie Baldwin
Clark Black
He died June 15, 1929. He is buried in the Hobart Rose cemetery listed on Find a Grave. He was my grandfather and after receiving his death certificate I verified his burial.
Susie Baldwin
Added by Ernie Baldwin on Jul 24, 2014 11:05 AM
D W
Roy Black
I will be happy to consider changes/additions to this memorials but would prefer not to transfer at this time.
Added by D W on May 17, 2014 3:33 PM
Brian Hodges
Find A Grave Memorial# 45113404
You have your Anson confused with another. This Anson was not the one who married Mary Amanda Dyer. They both died in Texas having had many children. You have her getting married on her birth date, 6 May 1830.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=47150495
Added by Brian Hodges on Feb 09, 2014 1:41 PM
Airrow
Bozarth Transfers
You requested 3 transfers for Sarah, Suzannah and Jeremiah Bozarth. I will be happy to consider changes/additions to these memorials but would prefer not to transfer at this time.
Added by Airrow on Sep 03, 2013 11:34 AM
Gary Hurst
RE: William Pearce/Pierce
Pierce is a private cemetery on private property. It is in Forbes township of Holt County Missouri. In the book Gone Home that has burials and family histories and newspaper stories. The following was in the Holt County paper on Sept. 19. 1883: The spirit of William Pierce took its departure for that untried Home of the Soul last Friday at the home of Lorenzo Pierce.the uncle of Charles. Silas. and Lorenzo Pierce Sr. Teas a native of Maryland. His death was caused by a fall from a horse and he lasted but a few days after. Thus after eighty years of life's sunshine and clouds of its joys and sorrow of its toils and cares rest sweet rest.

Item of history: William pierce was the husband of Elizabeth Hartman who was born at Strausburg Pa. Jan 10 1801 and died at the home of their daughter Mrs E H Davis in Monroe La in 1897. They were the parents of 12 children. Their sons Frank Abe Isaac Peter and Arthur in the company with their older Brother Nathan came from Butler co Ohio and settled in Clay Township Holt co Mo in 1850. Their parents soon followed them. After their father's death Frank sold his farm to Henry Thurman and moved to Nebraska. Abe went to News co Kansas Isaac to Arno's Oklahoma and Peter to Andrew co Bolckow Mo.
Added by Gary Hurst on Apr 22, 2012 10:07 PM
CSAgndtr
RE: Martin memorial
PJ--
I just uploaded a picture of Daniel and Roxie to his memorial. He and Dadddy were the spitting images of each other.

Pam
Added by CSAgndtr on Feb 14, 2012 3:43 PM
CSAgndtr
RE: Daniel & Alexander Martin
Can you tell me how to remove the comments? I am new at this and am unable to find any specific instructions on the website as to how to do this.

Billy Martin was my father. Florence, his sister was my aunt. Grandpa Alexander was my great-grandfather and Grandpa Daniel and Grandmother Roxie were my grandparents. What is your husband's name?

Pam
Added by CSAgndtr on Feb 13, 2012 6:21 PM
Carla
RE: Zillah Cemetery
Walter was the brother of my grandmother and Stella was the sister of my grandfather.

August Herman Fischer my grandfather was Stella's brother and Eva Lucille Schmidt my grandmother was Walter Westley Schmidt's sister.
So August's sister married Eva's brother.

I would love to share information and photo's with you. So we must be related cousins? I always love to hear from and get to know relatives I've never known. I would be happy to add you as a guest to my ancestry account would you be willing to do the same? My direct email address is cbstampnscrap@comcast.net.
Sincerely,
Carla
Added by Carla on Aug 05, 2009 7:38 PM
 

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