|Patricia McCarty (#46621513)|
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|I am researching the following Surnames: Yeager, Berger, Crone, Ernsterhoff, Listerman, Brazile, Bavousett, DeMonge, Gavey, Dufau, Sendelbach, Federle and anyone related to them. If you have info on any of these, please contact me.|
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|Harold Sendelbach||RE: Barbara Yeager|
I am back in the country. Sorry, just now saw your reply. I've been busy going back to school and hadn't done genealogy for a long time. I have Margaretha's birthday as March 1, 1836. But for some reason I thought she was born in Hamilton County (Cinci)Ohio. Have never found a birth record for her. I just left place of birth blank until I could verify a birthplace. I am kind of backtracking it's been so long since I've done genealogy. Trying to remember who I talked with about what :-) Hope you are doing well.
|Gerry Wiseman||Samuel and Anna Swope Wiseman|
According to the Samuel and Anna Swope Wiseman Biography written by A. John Schweickart,9 May 13, 2012, Samuel was originally buried with his wife in a County Cemetery in Maryville. However, Circa 1907, the bodies of Anna and Samuel and three daughters were relocated to the Myrtle Tree Methodist Church Cemetery on land that he had given for cemetery and church purposes. The prior cemetery had been turned into a city park.
Would/could you please verify whether there are records of their burial in Myrtle Tree Cemetery and if headstones exist for them within this cemetery. If so, please add them to the cemetery list and post headstone photos!!!
|Harold Sendelbach||Barbara Yeager|
I was just wondering why you have her birth date as 1859, even though the marker says 1858? I thought I found her birth record in Campbell Co as Nov 21, 1859. Just wondered why you had that date? Also there is another find a grave done by Carol S that lists a different birth date. Also, you don't have Margaretha Sendelbach as Barbara's mother. She was alive until 1860. Just curious. I'm obviously researching the Sendelbach line.