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CC-Genealogy (#47277372)
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I am happy to receive information or inquiries on those whose memorials I manage. Requests by relatives wishing that I add to or modify memorials are always welcome. Requests for transfer are welcome, but if I am a direct descendant to the person in question, I would like to keep them in my care.

Family branches I am interested in (along with all the related families):
Duncan families of 1800s Page and Boone counties of Iowa, and late 1800s of Phillips Kansas; Dunham families of 1800s Nichols, Tioga, New York; Fendersons of Maine, Lower tier NY state, and Iowa; Finch families, prior to 1900s, all areas; Hampton and Harlan families of south Iowa, north Missouri; Harris families of Boone County Iowa; Housel families prior to 1900s, all areas; Johnson families of Tolland, Connecticut, and Bradford, Pennsylvania; Kelly families of Boone Iowa and into Kansas 1800s; McNeil family of Owego, Ny and to Durango Colorado 1800s; Overholt/Oberholtzer of Pennsylvania, into Ohio and Iowa; Ray families of Boone County Iowa; Sedore families of NY State, Ohio, and Iowa prior to 1900; Stephenson and Thomas families of south Iowa; Wait families of Rhode Island, New York State, and Iowa, prior to 1900; Webster families of Connecticut and Bradford, Pennsylvania; Williams families of Louisa County, Iowa, and before 1900; Wright families of 1800 and before Tioga, NY.

I do enjoy my privacy while I research and contribute. Please leave a public message or use the EDIT on any memorial I have created to contact me. I will try to respond ASAP.

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MarillaW
Clifford Ray
Thanks for the additional information.
Added by MarillaW on Feb 24, 2015 9:07 PM
Audrey Staples
RE: re: Please use the Edit Tab.
I have approved all edits, so let me know if it didn't go through.
Added by Audrey Staples on Feb 17, 2015 9:13 AM
Audrey Staples
Gerald Tell Memorial
Please use the edit tab to update this memorial, thank you.
Added by Audrey Staples on Jan 22, 2015 7:37 AM
LeRoy Krsiean
William H. Koogler
On Memorial #112101306 for William H. Koogler, it appears that you have an incorrect grave plot listed. He is actually in Section A, not section H as on the Memorial. His plot is A-5-K. There is a relative, probably his wife, buried nearby in plot A-14-C. She is Mary E. Koogler buried October 6, 1943. I hesitated to simply send an "edit" to the Memorial, because it really needed to be explained. LeRoy.
Added by LeRoy Krsiean on Jan 20, 2015 3:49 PM
Nora Drew
Factoryville Cem., Waverly, Tioga, NY addition
In researching the Mead family buried in this cemetery, I found the following:

Waverly Advocate - Friday, September 7, 1883
http://fultonhistory.com/Newspapers%2021/Waverly%20NY%20Advocate/Waverly%20NY%20Advocate%201882-1884/Waverly%20NY%20Advocate%201882-1884%20-%200259.pdf
Second column, about half way down page

Elkanah Mead, an old resident of this section died at Binghamtonon Monday. The remains were brought here on train nine onTuesday morning. The funeral was observed from the M.E. Church, the Rev. S. Moore officiating. The interment was at the Factoryille cemetery. He leaves a large number of relatives in Waverly and vicinity. Cor. Advertiser

Perhaps no stone was ever erected, or it is there buried??
Added by Nora Drew on Jan 19, 2015 10:39 AM
Karen Brewer
RE: re: Stephenson in S Iowa - Clarke Co
Thank you so much for taking the time to reply. I have been hitting a brick wall on my John Stephenson b. December 28, 1791 in PA for years. He is Find A Grave Memorial# 13232068. He was said to be the son of William B. Stephenson (Boss Billy) in early family records, but this is not correct.
Best Regards,
Karen Brewer
Added by Karen Brewer on Jan 05, 2015 11:17 AM
Karen Brewer
Stephenson Families
I noticed in your bio you are interested in the Stephenson families of "South Iowa." Do you have any Stephenson connection in Clarke Co., IA?
Karen Brewer
Stephenson descendent
Added by Karen Brewer on Dec 31, 2014 9:54 PM
Karen Brewer
Stephenson Families
I noticed in your bio you are interested in the Stephenson families of "South Iowa." Do you have any Stephenson connection in Clarke Co., IA?
Karen Brewer
Stephenson descendent
Added by Karen Brewer on Dec 31, 2014 9:54 PM
Ron Running
Margaret Housel
I have made the corrections you suggested for Margaret's memorial. Do you know where her parents and husband might be buried? Thanks
Added by Ron Running on Dec 08, 2014 12:24 AM
Barbara Parrish
William L HOUSEL
Hi, My family records show two additional daughters for William L HOUSEL / Julia JOHNSON as follows:
A twin born 23 Aug 1826 named Mary Martha HOUSEL, who probably died before 1830. She was the twin of Martha Jane HOUSEL.
Another daughter Sarah Ann HOUSEL, born abt 1820.
I have not been able to find any additional proof for either of these because of the lack of records in Pennsylvania except that the 1830 and 1840 Census list a daughter that would be Sarah Ann. I think that Mary Martha was not listed by Peter HOUSEL as she possibly even died before Peter was born. There is a land record for Cephas Johnson Housel for 1 Oct 1855 in Jasper County, Iowa. This should be about the time that Cephas arrived in Iowa since my ancestor Isabella was born in 1854 in Pennsylvania.
Barbara Parrish parrish_b@earthlink.net
Added by Barbara Parrish on Nov 27, 2014 2:26 PM
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