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Anna 823 (#46632950)
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Bio Photo I live in Ohio and am married to Jim who is a retired NYC police-officer and college teacher.
We enjoy traveling and photography. I like doing genealogy, quilting, reading, oil painting and growing things.
I have two children....a Shih Tzu ...two kittens and loped-ear bunnies.

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Taunnya Coe
Jacob Earle Erlewine children
Hi Anna. I've seen a few of your comments on Find a Grave regarding the Jacob Erlewine/Catherine Wetzel family. I believe that I am descended from them through their daughter Sarah, whom I believe to be my 4th great grandmother Catherine Earlywine who married William Dunn. I believe her name may have been Sarah Catherine. She had a daughter named Sarah Catherine and a granddaughter named Catherine, neither of which constitutes proof, of course.
I can't plug my Catherine into any of the known family trees, but, her estimated date of birth does line up with Sarah's. I'm looking for any information that could lead me in the right direction. I have been trying for 10 years, and have not been able to confirm her parentage. From what I have seen online, no one seems to have a date of death or any other information on this particular Sarah, and I was wondering if you would know anything at all that could shed some light on her.
I would love to hear from you at your convenience.
Thank you,
Taunnya Coe
Added by Taunnya Coe on Aug 24, 2015 6:27 PM
Eliza Somerville Forester
I have a copy of her Death Certificate, too...not sure how I managed to mis-transcribe the dates...they're correct now.
Added by RobMinteer57 on Jul 05, 2015 8:37 PM
Benjamin Wells 42254158
Do you know if this is the Benjamin Wells that was a tax collector during the Whiskey Rebellion? Thanks.

Added by Mark on Jun 29, 2015 10:25 AM
Amanda Ritz
RE: Sabra Crow Francis
Thank you so much. I assume Joseph is Joseph Templeton (JT). Do you know where Edward, Eliza, Mary and Martha are buried? is this the Samuel you refer to? Mem #79409494
Added by Amanda Ritz on Jun 27, 2015 2:46 PM
Amanda Ritz
Sabra Crow Francis
I noticed in a time you left flowers. It was on my 4x great grandfather's memorial, Emanuel Francis. His first wife, Sabra Crow, is your 3x great aunt? I am a descendant of theirs through their son Smith. I know that JT, Smith, Amanuel, and Sarah were their kids. Do you happen to know the names of the rest of the 13? There are so many Francises in Marshall County, most (if not all) descending from Emanuel. I'm just trying to sort it all out.

Thanks in advance
Amanda Ritz (Francis)
Added by Amanda Ritz on Jun 27, 2015 6:35 AM
Henry Wells wives
Hi, I don't know when Jennie died or where she and his second wife are buried either.
Added by genieresearcher on Jun 17, 2015 5:19 PM
Henry Wells Bio
that was fast! thank you..if you don't like the way it looks, you can just go in and edit bio and delete the extra space at end of short lines which moves lines up and thereby shortens the length of bio. much appreciate your adding!
Added by genieresearcher on Jun 17, 2015 3:49 PM
Henry Wells Bio
that was fast! thank you..if you don't like the way it looks, you can just go in and edit bio and delete the extra space at end of short lines which moves lines up and thereby shortens the length of bio. much appreciate your adding!
Added by genieresearcher on Jun 17, 2015 3:45 PM
Janna Dayton
Abraham's children and parents
There's a lot of family trees online that link Abraham Cambridge Dayton to a few people, one of which is in my family. As far as I can tell none of these peoples information is correct and no one seems to list any sources besides other people's family trees. Wondering if you had any more information or any sources that the Internet doesn't.
My family member is David Franklin Dayton born around 1817 the Internet list his father is Abraham Dayton but when you look at his gravestone he is not listed and there is another son born the same year. According to an 1830 census there is only one male child in that age group listed presumably James. So it would seem that David could not be Abrahams child. Do you have any thoughts or information on that. Some list David Franklin Dayton as a child of Isaac (who seems to be Abrahams brother) but I think it is unlikely based on the age of Isaac's children they would have waited nine more years before having any other kids after David.
Now about the parents of Abraham Dayton. Pretty much all of the family trees on the Internet and list Abraham Dayton's parents as Jane Savage( b~1760) and John Cambridge Dayton. The issue is with Jane savage, the Jane savage list on the Internet is the daughter of Marmaduke Savage. That particular Jane savage never immigrated to America until she was 60 years old and is listed in their family book (Savages of Ards ) as being married to a John Lenox and having a child in England ( William John Lenox b~1785) around the same time that Abraham and Isaac. I would maybe guess that his father really is John Cambridge Dayton considering Abraham's middle name is Cambridge but I doubt that the mother is Jane Savage. But there is not much to be found on John Cambridge Dayton anywhere.
Sorry for all the information and questions but I thought I would give it a try since you are a direct descendent of Abraham and maybe have information what you got from the family not an Internet family tree. Thanks
Added by Janna Dayton on Apr 29, 2015 10:31 AM
Glenda Barry
RE: Crow Family at Elizabethtown Cemetery
Hi Anna,

I have transferred the family to you. Thank you for your kind words, it's important for all of us to work together. Thank you for the work that you do, also.

Let me know any time I can help you with transfers. Take care, I was glad to hear from you.

Glenda in Muncie, Indiana
Added by Glenda Barry on Apr 17, 2015 1:26 PM
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