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John G. O (#46974608)
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Bio Photo I'm John G. O'Connell, III,
began researching with the
death of My Grandmother
Mabel Gladys Troutman
Holzbauer in January 1989
in San Diego, CA and My Dad,
John G. O'Connell, Jr., (1922-
2002), who had been researching
his O'Connell lineage quietly for
years, ask me to go with him to
the nearby LDS/Family History
Library near Greenville, SC I'm working
these family lines: O'Connell-Holzbauer, Barwin/Behrwindt/Schweinfest-Jones,
Holzbauer-Troutman, Troutman-Butler
(as of the Eli Ambrose Troutman-Mary
Butler Oliver Troutman marriage (1852
-1894), his 4th marriage;(have been
working the other marriages and the descendants from the other Eli Ambrose Troutman children.); O'Connell-Foster,
Jones-Smith, Holzbauer-Scherner,
Troutman-Brooker/Brugger, O'Connell-Sheehen/Sheehan/Shea/Keeting/Keating,
Scherner-Halle, Brooker-Updegrove/
Uptegraft, Troutman-Spurgeon/Spurgin-Robinett, Troutman-Beard/Baird, Brugger(Brooker)-Wild/Wildi back
to Switzerland, Holzbauer-Kohl back
to Bayer (Bavaria), Butler-Beals/Woodkirk
back to England 1600; Zellers-Imhoffs.
I'm 67, going on 68 next March (1945),
and not traveling for research at this
time, using the Great Inter Net! My
Troutman's are DAR, as noted from
through John Michael Troutman (1738
-1814) of Maryland/Kentucky Revolutionairy
War service in Kentucky, Maryland, and Pennsylvania; and Civil War veterans from Indiana, Connecticut, and New York States.
I am a Vietnam War Era veteran serving
in the United States Navy and Naval
Reserve from 1963-1969. Retired in
2004. Married with two adult childen.
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The Lynches
I've walked the cemetery at Belmont Abbey, filling in what had not been put up on Find a Grave. There was no Lynch grave stones to the best of my knowledge.

Do you know if there were stones placed on their grave sites? If I've inadvertently missed them, I can go back since Belmont Abbey is close to where I live.
Added by Grave Wanderer on Jun 30, 2014 7:39 PM
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Martha Zeman

I looked on Newspaper Archive to see if I could locate her obituary. No success.

There might be someone on the forums who has access to other databases who might be able to find it.
Added by Grave Wanderer on Jun 30, 2014 10:02 AM
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Martha Zeman

Thank you for sponsoring her memorial.

Do you have a connection to her and/or know something more about her?
Added by Grave Wanderer on Jun 29, 2014 12:57 PM
RE: Homer H Spencer (42006932)
Thanks John.You an transfer maintenance to me if you want. I doubt Otis is related since Homer's ancestors left CT before the Rev War to settle in Dutchess Co NY. They moved to Bradford Co PA just after the Civil War.
Added by Mark on May 25, 2014 5:32 AM
RE: Homer H Spencer (42006932)
John, I'm not sure what you mean about an Otis Spencer. Henry Homer Spencer (also called Homer H Spencer) was my mother's grandfather. He is buried in the Monroeton, Bradford County, Pennsylvania cemetery. I know this because I just had his monument reset on the base after falling down. The connections I sent you are all my relatives. Can you clarify your response?
Added by Mark on May 24, 2014 5:32 PM
Penny Spangler
James Bergman Memorial # 50497819

I would like to take a moment to Thank you for updating and sponsoring my cousins memorial. It is People like you who help create History, and Memories. I would also like to thank you for creating and adding memorials to the Find A Grave website without you I would of not known where he was buried nor what the headstone looked like.

You will be Blessed!!

Penny Spangler
Heber Springs, Arkansas
Added by Penny Spangler on May 07, 2014 8:10 PM
Robert Shalvoy
RE: Wilbur Burrows Memorial
Thanks for your note. Given that the footstone was ordered from the Veterans Administration and that they were running well behind last summer (according to the cemetery folks), it may be several months before the stone is placed. Have patience!
Added by Robert Shalvoy on Mar 09, 2014 4:10 AM
It Matters
Sponsorship of Wilbur Burrows Memorial
I received notification of your recent sponsorship of the Wilbur Burrows memorial. Please contact me regarding this at Thank you!
Added by It Matters on Feb 25, 2014 12:44 PM
Chris Smith
RE: Ola Karen Suggs
Hate going to Graceland. I did leave a list of graves I was looking for there. Maybe by the time I get back over there they will have something for me.
Added by Chris Smith on Feb 09, 2014 12:00 AM
Chris Smith
RE: Ola Karen Suggs
Glad I could help. I had been waiting for them to put it down. I actually took the picture a couple of weeks ago, just been so busy hadn't had the chance to get it on here.
Added by Chris Smith on Feb 08, 2014 10:50 PM
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