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|Genfem||first wife of Dal C Marlin|
His first wife was Christina Buntin a daughter of George H Buntin She died between the 16 and 22 of May 1924 in Indiana Co., Pa. from complications of an operation. they were married 23 June 1920 Indiana Co., Pa.
Added by Genfem on May 18, 2013 10:06 AM
|Jim Morell||William T. Mechling|
You asked about Hattie Belle Mechling.
Is that the same person as Harriet B Mechling?
I took a picture of her grave and created a memorial for Harriet (1893-1987).
I also took a picture of Richard W Mechling (1933-2008). The 3 graves are all together so I assumed they were related.
If you want to manage any of these, I will be happy to transfer them to you.
I hope this helps you.
|Cindi Sammon Simonson||William R. Swanson|
Caral - I believe I found the resting place of William R. Swanson and Ruth M. Swansons. They are in Oakwood Cemetary in Pepin, WI. Someone has already added a nice photo. Here is the link: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSsr=2401&GScid=88631&GRid=24675970&
|Kurt Brueschke||William Swanson|
Well we have had some really nice weather, and I think that a nice walk is in order, I typed up the list for 36 requests for Oakwood Cemetery in Red Wing, and I will see what we can do for you and everyone else. I know how important it is, especially when you live so far away and just can't drive over and visit their final resting place. So I will let you know what I find. Now if you could email me the information you placed in the note for William R. Swanson that you are looking for, I will get on it for you. Have a good day! You can email me at kdbrewski@ gmail.com
|janet donner||jacob macklin|
have right arm in sling and I dont have hardly anything on this jacob so will keep this until I can inputt on tree etc
|macklin||RE: # 98917351 J H MECHLING stone|
I went to the memorial you referenced, #98917351, but I have not posted a photo to it. Possibly you meant the memorial of Joshua J. Mechling (80006924) at Leith cemetery? The wife listed on the stone is Rebecca (nee' Summers).
Added by macklin on Oct 20, 2012 6:15 PM
|Parker Ryan||RE: William W Hanby|
William W. Hanby b. 12-27-1827 died Dec 3 1842 in Perry Co., Ohio at age 48. He was the 5th child of John Hanby 1794-1842 and Sarah Abbott Hanby 1796-1889 of Brandywine Hundred New Castle County, Delaware who went west to Ohio abt 1830-31. William was one of 7 children all born in Delaware except the last 2 boys - Samuel Grace Hanby was born in PA on April 7 1830 and the youngest George who was born in Perry Co, OH on Feb 10 1838. William Webster Hanby and Amanda Overholt b. Sep 11 1834 in Ohio she died 5-18-1901 in Ohio. They were married in Perry Co., Ohio on May 27 1856, and resided in Thornville, Thorn Twp, Perry Co., Ohio and had 9 children - all born in Ohio,
John Jefferson Hanby 12-9-1856 -11-9-1922 VanWert
Sarah Ann Hanby b.1-20-1858 d. 8-26-1905 " "
Joseph Clinton Hanby b. 7-11-1860 d. 6-26-1940 OH
Alma Frances Hanby b. 1863 d. Jun 1930 OH
Lincoln Elsworth Hanby b. 12-13-1864 d.12-19-1897
William G. Hanby b. 1867 d. ----
Benjamin Franklin Hanby b. 2-2-1873 d 5-28-1965
Alta Benson Hanby b. 5-29-1876 d. 1-13-1944 OH
David Webster Hanby b. 10-18-1881 d 1-20-1946
U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles about W W Hanby
Name: W W Hanby
Enlistment Date: 18 May 1861
Rank at enlistment: Asst Surgeon
State Served: Pennsylvania
Survived the War?: Yes
Service Record: Commissioned an officer in Company S, Pennsylvania 19th Infantry Regiment on 18 May 1861.
Mustered out on 29 Aug 1861 at Philadelphia, PA.
Sources: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865
You also mentioned William H. Hanby - He did not move to Ohio.
William H. Hanby b. Aug 29 1835 in New Castle County, Delaware, died there in 1885. He was the 3rd son of William C. Hanby 1804-1885 of Brandywine Hundred, New Castle Co.,Delaware, who was the second son of John Hanby and Charity Grubb Hanby whose children and descendants stayed in Delaware.
William H. Hanby and Sarah Jane Bullock b. 1-16-1841 in Delaware were married on Aug 14 1859 in Marcus Hook, Delaware Co., PA. by Rev. Crouch. William H and Sarah Jane Hanby resided in Brandywine Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware and had 12 children, 8 were living in 1900 all were born in Delaware.
U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865 about William H Hanby
Name: William H Hanby
Residence: Brandywine, New Castle, Delaware
Congressional District: 1st
Age on 1 July 1863: 29
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: Delaware
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|Parker Ryan||RE: William W Hanby|
Yes, William Webster Hanby 1827-1897 was the husband of Amanda Overholt, 1834-1901 Ohio. They were the parents of Sarah Ann Hanby 1858-1905 born Ohio, and she married Jesse Mechling 1851-1936 in Perry Co, OH in 1883. Other children of William and Amanda Hanby were: John Jefferson, Joseph Clinton, Alma Frances, Lincoln Elsworth, William G., Benjamin Franklin, Alta Benson and David Webster Hanby.
William Webster Hanby was born in Brandywine Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware on Dec 27, 1827. He was the son of John Hanby 1794-1842 and Sarah Abbott 1796-1889 who emigrated from Brandywine Hundred, Delaware to Perry Co., Ohio sometime btwn 1827-1830 with their 4 children, Eliza Ann, Martha, William Webster Hanby and Samuel Grace Hanby. Also other members of their extended family immigrated to Ohio at the same time, namely: Richard Grubb and Elizabeth Hanby Grubb and children (Aunt of John Hanby); John's sister Margaret Hanby Grubb and husband George Grubb; John's brother, George Hanby and wife Martha Abbott, sister of Sarah Abbott - (Hanby brothers, John & George married sisters Sarah and Martha Abbott). These 3 siblings; John, George and Margaret were all the children of William Hanby 1769-1847 and Sarah Elizabeth Webster Hanby 1770-1833. Although their 3 children moved west, William and Sarah Elizabeth did not move, but stayed in Brandywine Hundred, DE. My GGGGgrandfather, John Hanby 1782-1830 was a sibling of William Hanby and Elizabeth Hanby whose descendants now live in Ohio. One of John's son was William C. Hanby who had a son named William H. Hanby who resided in Brandywine Hundred, New Castle Co., Delaware who you mention in your note.
William H. Hanby 1835-1885
Within the descendants line of John Hanby 1782-1830 and his wife Charity Grubb Hanby was their grandson William H. Hanby 1835-1885 who was serving in the Civil War in July 1863, and whose wife Sarah Jane Bullock filed for his pension in Delaware in 1891. They had at least 10 children and they remained in the Delaware County, Pennsylvania and New Castle County, Delaware area throughout their lifetime.
Was this information helpful to you? I am a very new member of 'find a grave' and am looking forward to discovering the final resting place of many of my ancestors in the days to come. Please let me know if I can be of further help with this lineage, I will provide whatever information I have on my file.
With Best Regards, Gen
|Parker Ryan||William W Hanby|
William W Hanby - 82554297
William Webster Hanby - age 69 years 9 mos 9 days
Born Dec 27 1827 in New Castle County, Delaware
Died Oct 6 1897 in Thorn Twp, Perry Co., Ohio
Buried Friend Cemetery Perry Co Ohio
Husband of Amanda Overholt Hanby
Born Sept 11 1834 in Ohio
Died May 18 1901 in Ohio
Buried Friends Cemetery Perry Co Ohio
Married May 27 1856 in Ohio -they had children
William Webster Hanby was the son of John Hanby and Sarah Abbot Hanby of Brandywine Hundred, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware
|Marty||Richard Mechlin Photo|
I finally found Richard's grave, 3rd time is charm I guess. I added the photo, his mother
Peggy Lue Mechlin is buried beside him. Birth
date April 14, 1948 - died May 5, 2003. I took
a photo of her grave also, if you will add her
memorial and request a photo, I will be very
happy to add the grave photo.
Added by Marty on May 02, 2012 1:11 PM
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