|Thomas Schenk (#46799820)|
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I am a Salvation Army officer currently stationed at our Territorial Headquarters in West Nyack, NY.|
I am orginally from Hamilton, Ohio with roots in Northeast Ohio (fathers family) and Central Kentucky (mothers family.)
I began researching my family tree around 1986 and since then have found numerous graves of ancestors in a number of places in Ohio as well as central Kentucky and Wisconsin.
I've also been fortunate to connect with living relatives that I had no clue existed and in fact found the grandchildren of my own grandfathers 2nd family whom my own mother did not know as medical issues, etc. saw the children taken from him (his wife had died while the children were very young) and adopted out.
I am pleased to be a part of this site where I can commemorate the lives of my ancestors as well as my siblings. I am one of 14 children (7 brothers, 5 sisters and 1 step sister). There are now only the 5 of my family (3 brothers, 1 sister and me) as my brother Ron passed away in June 2012.
Names I am researching are: Adams, Aebi, Brunie, Ellis, Ellwood, Fankhauser, Gfeller, Lorius, Medley, Meece, Riley, Schenk, Wyss, Yennie. However, I follow any lead that takes me out on another branch of the family tree.
Since I am a Civil War Reeanctor I am drawn to Civil War graves and not only take photos of the grave but also do basic research to find out a little of the soldier to post as well to keep his memory alive.
Also, as a Salvation Army officer I am intrigued by the graves of Salvationists, especially those in the SA section of Kensico Cemetery and the story of their lives as I am able to find it.
Please feel free to email me directly with any questions, changes, etc. on any memorials I have created. Also, if you have a relationship to a memorial I've posted and would like to take it over I would be pleased to turn it over to you.
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|Rich Fedoush||RE: Ralph Stephenson|
Your welcome Tom,
Glad you were able to find the memorial.
Please transfer ownership over to me so I can tie her memorial in with our family. My account is Imo (#48054565). Mary Spivey is my aunt by marriage and was married to my mother's brother.
Thank you for creating this memorial which enabled me to locate her grave and thank you for transfering ownership.
P.S. the family tree that I am working on is Milton/Spivey/Walton.
Added by Imo on Nov 02, 2014 11:50 AM
|Imo||Mary Spivey|Added by Imo on Nov 02, 2014 11:46 AM
Please transfer ownership of Ralph Spivey over to me so I can tie him in with our family. My account is Imo (#48054565). Ralph Spivey is my uncle, my mothers brother.
Thank you for creating this memorial so to enable me to locate him. Please leave your name on the memorial as the original creator. Thank you.
Added by Imo on Nov 02, 2014 11:45 AM
Thank you very, very much for the transfer
|Tom Crawford||Thomas M Floyd|
Would you mind transferring Thomas Mason Floyd to me. He was my 2nd Great Grandfather
|charlotte dingee||Thank You|
Thanks for all the transfers.
|Susan Hale||Homer Bonnell|
I've been photographing the Old City Cemetery Cambridge Ohio and found that your photo request may be incorrect. There is a Homer G Bonnell buried in Northwood Cemetery Cambridge Ohio #104179009 Section 43 Lot 30, already photographed. The Cambridge burial list does not show another Homer Bonnell buried in 1930.
|Dawn Hughes Schrieber||Thank you|
Hi Tom, stopped by to say hello and Thank you for your service with the Salvation Army!
XO-Niece of a SA Officer
|Katina Peters||Capt Levi S. Peters|
I was wondering if I may use this photo for the Peters family tree, I will source the photo to you.
Thank You For taking the photo.
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