|Jennifer L. Neff (#46895787)|
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|This work has been a collaborative effort which began in 2004 and has been compiled jointly by colleagues, Wendell F. Lauth, Jennifer L. Neff and Pat Driscoll Wiant. |
Wendell and Jennifer descend from families who settled in the Connecticut Western Reserve (northeastern Ohio) in 1804. An interest in family history has prompted Wendell to study local history and genealogy, primarily for Trumbull and Mahoning Counties, since 1959 and Jennifer assumed the work and longtime interests of her father, Robert H. Neff, in 1998. Pat has been significantly involved in recording area history since 1993. We are all members of the Canfield Historical Society and our work is contributed on their behalf.
We have carefully researched our material but there is always a need for corrections and additions. For example, information such as birthdates have been calculated from headstone engravings, which is not the most accurate means.
Please do not hesitate to contact us and thank you for all the flowers and notes that have been added to the memorials.
It is important to note that Mahoning County Ohio was formed from parts of Trumbull and Columbiana Counties Ohio in 1846 so any dates prior to 1846 are actually found in their County records.
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Thank you for the transfer and all the great work you do for Find A Grave
Added by slp on Jul 18, 2014 6:23 PM
|Deb Abel||James Lynn|
Hello Jennifer.....thank you for the information you submitted for James Lynn.....who is really James Dumphey, my grandmother's brother who was murdered in 1917. My grandmother and her 3 brothers were all put in the Fairmont Children's home back in 1897 when their mother Ellen Dumphey died. Their father, Thomas Dumphey wasn't able to care for them so they were all put in the children's home. I have been researching for about 14 years and haven't found much because these children were all scattered about. I did find James Dumphey's death record and a news clipping about his murder, but when I found the information you had submitted about him after his death, and how the church helped bury him, it really was touching. It was also comforting to know that he had joined a Bible Study, so I pray he found the Lord before his passing. Thank you again for helping me solve some of this families history. God Bless You!!
Added by Deb Abel on May 07, 2014 11:17 AM
I believe the wife of Peter Maurer was Barbara A Weiss, born 1795 in Germany.
|Nancy Brunsteter||Nancy Ann Brunsteter|
Hello Jennifer, just came across this find a grave site. N. A. P. Brunsteter was my great great grandmother on my father's side. My name is also Nancy Ann Brunsteter. I dabble with the genealogy a bit and have quite a bit on the Brunsteters. My father, Galen Wesley is still living and doing well in Bartlesville Oklahoma. Feel free to contact me if you like.
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