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I am entering records on my families and their extended families, as well as records from local cemeteries. My goal is to place records on-line to enable extended family members to find their relatives. If I have entered information on your family, please let me know & I will be happy to transfer them to you if you are a direct descendant, unless I am a direct descendant as well. I am delighted to hear from others who are related to my families.|
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|Jim Hermann||John W Woods|
John W Woods (1850 - 1900), buried in Savells Cemetery, Find A Grave Memorial# 140410123) was not the father of Elizabeth Ellen Woods Browning (1873 - 1908).
Can you delete the Family Link?
|M J de F||Marie S Dusche|
Could you tell me more about Marie S Dusche? The title has "Marie Saloma Houze Dusch." What was her maiden name? Any further information...
Thank you heaps from Idaho!
Added by M J de F on Oct 18, 2016 8:14 PM
|DawneS||George Wesley Newbold|
Regarding my previous message - I spoke too soon without doing enough research. George DID marry my relative in 1891, as I noted. But the Susan who died in 1907 was apparently ANOTHER wife of his, also named Susan (he married Susan Bryant in Madison County, Indiana, in 1903). That would explain why the information on Susan Newbold's death record did not seem correct.
Added by DawneS on Oct 16, 2016 11:25 AM
|DawneS||George Wesley Newbold|
I believe George Wesley Newbold is the George W. Newbold who also married Susan Jane Suits 10 October 1891 in Delaware Co., IN (Vol. 10 p. 95). But "Sussie" Newbold was head of her household & shown as widowed in 1900, so they may have separated. When she died in 1907, she was again shown as married and G. W. Newbold, her husband, was the informant for her death record. (He gave all kinds of incorrect information, including wrong parents and even maiden name, but that's beside the point.) Her 1907 death would free him to marry again in 1908 in Madison County, as your memorial shows. George and Susan had - I think - just one child, Willie, born in August 1894. The older child in Susie's household in 1900, although shown with the surname Newbold, I believe was her child from a previous relationship. Susie is a descendant of one of my ancestral couples. That's my interest in these matters.
Added by DawneS on Oct 16, 2016 10:57 AM
|Sharon ||RE: the McLaughlins|
Dear Simon---Thank you for answering (and so soon!) You have filled in several gaps for me and added new avenues to explore. I appreciate your time. Sharon (a relative??}
Added by Sharon on Sep 08, 2016 4:55 PM
|Sharon ||the McLaughlins|
I seem to be the only one so far related to the McLaughlins. Andrew was my great-grand uncle and Thomas my first cousin twice removed. It is only through the Internet that I have been discovering my Indiana relatives. Would like any info you have. Thanks! Rosario from Boston
Added by Sharon on Sep 08, 2016 12:03 AM
Thanks so much for the connection of my 2nd grt grandfather to my grt grandmother Anna Swango.
Added by Janet on Sep 06, 2016 10:09 AM
|Karen Lakes||RE: Ivy Boom|
I have too, however, I know that Harry Boom and Bessie May (Mae) Boom are her parents.
You listed Ivy Pearl Boone Chase; however, I believe her maiden name was Boom? My mother, daughter to Pearl believed that someone in family believed it was Boone but I have found no evidence. You?
|M J de F||John William Dusch 1880-1875|
I noticed you added JWD's info, as well as his wife in 2014. Are we related? I would be interested in learning more if so.
thank you for all your hard work and dedication!
Added by M J de F on Aug 07, 2016 6:30 PM
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