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Steve Ullrich (#46930200)
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I'm interested in family surnames: Bennett, Cavanagh, Platzer, Robinson, Tiernan, Ullrich, and Walker.

Please do not copy, or post to any website, any of the photographs or biographical information that I've added to Find-a-Grave Memorials. Please ask if you would like to use them in your personal genealogy files and then give credit for the source. Thank you.
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RE: Walker Memorials
hi Steve,I sent the walkers your way. even though it was not the same person, I knew an elderly woman in the late 1960`s named Emma Walker who used to visit my cousins wife. she lived at the corner of Grove St and Overlook Ave in Beacon.
Added by Doug on May 10, 2014 3:35 PM
RE: Ruth Davis
No problem, keep up the great work.
Added by Aiyanna on Oct 18, 2013 6:44 PM
I just ran a search on the pedigrees I've downloaded. I have several who have CONGER (which was shortened from BELCONGER)

We both match Michael Clinton P Barbee, who has:
Teunis Gysbertse BOGAERT, b. 1625
Sarah RAPALJE, b. 9 Jun 1625

However, I have other possibles with Michael involving his family in Connecticut.

An older friend (adopted me into her family) tested and we come up as related. She has BELCONGER/CONGER.

I don't have anything for HOOGLAND/ONDERDONK.
Added by GrandmaKR on Jun 17, 2013 2:13 AM
Your Paternal Grandfather/My Maternal Grandfather
I've not been good at seeing similarities, but do you think your grandfather and mine look alike?,%201918,%20age%2020%20yrs.0.jpg

We've never known about his father, except he was a Portland, Oregon policeman. BUT, my DNA isn't matching the group correctly with which I tested, which would be his mother's line.

Speculation: a child in our family who was given up for "foster care" until she was raised was not the same child given back. It was during the Orphan Train era.

We are 5.3 generations with
autosomal 28.8 total 9.2 longest
x chromosomes are 0

Grandma's family are all Irish. Seeing the picture of Charles Joseph ULLRICH... There is a another picture of my grandfather with his hair similar, but I don't have it scanned.
Added by GrandmaKR on Jun 17, 2013 1:38 AM

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