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Randy Fuhrman (#46887970)
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Janet Elliott Douglas
Delbert Davis FAG # 35201837
Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Janet Elliott Douglas on Jan 06, 2016 10:04 PM
Janet Elliott Douglas
Delbert Davis FAG # 35201837
Would you please transfer his memorial to me? 47315133 Thank you
Added by Janet Elliott Douglas on Jan 06, 2016 6:38 PM
Andrew K Foley 38893935
Hi Randy. You have Andrew K Foley with above ID # and listed as his wife is Abigail R Latham Burlingham. I have the same Andrew K Foley listed as 135993909. He was my 2nd great grandfather. His wife is buried next to him - her name is listed on stone as Martha Ann Carnahan. Andrw died quite young and Martha Ann Clark Foley Carnahan was his wife. If you have info that he was married previously would appreciate if you could share info with me. We have no information on him prior to his marriage to Martha Ann in 1949. Thanks so much for any help you can give me. My email is Thank you. 10-9-15

Added by suzyq on Oct 09, 2015 6:11 PM
Steve Fankhouser
David F. Embree #36737138
Wondered if you could add the following information to the subject memorial.
Steve Fankhouser
4th great grandson of Elisha Embree, David's Father

David F. Embree completed his collegiate education at the Asbury University, and studied law under the direction of his brother, James T. Embree. He enlisted in the Forty-second Indiana Regiment of Volunteers and remained in the service three years, arising to the rank of Captain of Company E of the regiment. After the close of his war service he attended the Albany (N.Y.) law school for one year. In 1865 he graduated from the law school of the University of Michigan, and immediately began the practice in partnership with his brother, James T. Embree at Princeton. He arose to distinction in his profession, became a very successful practitioner, and enjoyed the respect and esteem of a wide acquaintance for many years. His death occurred in 1877. He married Mary Fleming, who bore him the following children: Anna F. and Charles F. 

History of Gibson County, Indiana, Elia W. Peattie, 1897, pgs. 22-23.
Submitted by Andrea Dougan

Added by Steve Fankhouser on Aug 18, 2015 10:59 PM
Bob McLellan
RE: Paxton
Thank you very much for both the photos and the transfers of Thomas & Amelia Paxton.
Added by Bob McLellan on Jun 18, 2015 12:53 PM
J. Denise Wilkinson Underhill
Martin Ott Smith ~ Maple Hill Cemetery
Mr. Fuhrman, as always thank you for the transfer! I said he was my cousin, he is actually my half uncle. :-)
Added by J. Denise Wilkinson Under... on Mar 18, 2015 8:41 AM
Peggy Schul Biever
Eliza McConnaughay
Randy, please disregard my previous message. In my excitement, I failed to enlarge the photo until after I sent the email!
Never pays to be in a hurry.........
Added by Peggy Schul Biever on Mar 09, 2015 10:35 AM
Peggy Schul Biever
Eliza McConnaughay
Thank you for posting the headstone photo for Eliza McConnaughay, # 65968995. Would you have any objections to the use of the photo on my personal database and/or my private family tree on Ancestry, with credit to you?
Thank you again,
Peggy Schul Biever
Added by Peggy Schul Biever on Mar 09, 2015 10:33 AM
Michael Mussinan
RE: Re: Mary Vollmer
Thanks for you help. I have found some more information about the school and the students, that may help. The library that I go to is trying to get them. I do believe that I have found Mike, just have to confirm. Once I have, I will send a request to edit Mary's Bio.

Thanks Again,
Added by Michael Mussinan on Feb 11, 2015 5:08 AM
Michael Mussinan
RE: Re: Mary Vollmer
Hello Randy,

Thanks so much for the additional information about Mike or "Michael" Vollmer. I did find him in the 1910 Census at Xenia for the school as Michael Vollmer and in the 1920 Census in Dayton, Ohio as Michael Vollmer living in a household as a "boarder". I have not been able to locate him in the 1930 or 1940 census. I have found a Mike R. Vollmer in Texas in 1920 who died at Kelly Field in So. San Antonio, Texas in August 1920 at the age of 18. According to his death certificate, he was born in 1902 in Kentucky?? Does the book you made mention of, "The Pride of Ohio" give Mary, Katie or Mike's birth dates by chance and who enrolled them? I am going to see if the local library here in Ripley can get the book from another library so I can look through it. I know the Greene County Public Library in Xenia has it in their Reference Section. Finding Michael fills in the gap of time between Katie (born 1899) and their younger sister Eva (born 1905). Their father Paul, was a Civil War Veteran. It is so neat to find out this information, especially since I started with nothing and am slowly putting the pieces together on this part of my family.

Thanks again for all of your help,
Added by Michael Mussinan on Feb 09, 2015 9:44 AM
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