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Judi Spencer (#46947057)
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I am a 35+ year researcher and some of my primary surnames are Rigsby, Johnson, Grimes, Neff, Honaker, McCauley, Baber, Bailey, Dillon/Dillion, Glandon, Foster, Carbaugh, Kline, Goss/Goes, Thompson and Robinson. The primary areas are NC, Va.,Md, NJ, Pa and WV although some went West to Iowa, Oregon and Washington states. My husbands lines are Spencer, Reddish, Lear, Cox,Robertson, Cremer/Cramer, Alexander. The lines for them are NC to Ky to Ind - and Md to Ky to Ind. With the Lear surname going from Va to Ohio to Ind. - the Cox and Cramer lines were in Ohio and to Indiana.
My son in laws lines are Tilley, Ridley, Schweigert/Swigert, Black, Meyers, McDevitt, Bender, Matson who married a ____ Scott.
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kdxdot
Mary L. Evans in Coxville Cemetery
Thank you for the transfer of Mary (25092365) Newcome Evans. She is now linked to her mother, think her Dad is also in there; however, I have no dates on him. Who ever has the cemetery records may know. Let me know if you add him and I for sure will link Mary to him as well. Thank you very much in handing over family to me! Warm hugs and have a great upcoming Thanksgiving Day!
Added by kdxdot on Nov 23, 2014 9:15 AM
Armstrong History
Spencer Family
Hi - Hope to connect via email (armstronghistory@yahoo.com) to share info about Mary Spencer and James Warrick. We are related through their son Thomas Warrick (1839 - 1908). I came across your contact info on the memorial pages for the Spencer Family Cemetery. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Added by Armstrong History on Aug 17, 2014 1:30 AM
Gregory S.
monroe Cem Mortons
I noticed you had 2 David Mortons (same dates) also do you ever add the family connections "links" to your postings? Just wondered. I like being able to go through several generations with just a click...could be nice. Hope all is going well.
Added by Gregory S. on Aug 13, 2014 9:41 PM
Deb Hayes-Wolfe
Tilley
I'm not related either. I was helping Joe with his research on the 1903 circus train wreck.

I just discovered that John & Sarah are buried with Frank at Rising Sun.

http://www.indianasgore.com/category/ohio-county/ohio-county-cemeteries/

Deb
Added by Deb Hayes-Wolfe on Jun 13, 2014 11:33 AM
Joe Verreau
RE: Tilley surname
Judi, Actually, I am not related. I took an interest in the fatalities from the 1903 Wallace Circus train wreck from which Frank Tilley sustained fatal injuries, as you probably know. There is a very nice memorial to those 28 individuals who died in that wreck. Since I live within walking distance of the cemetery where ten of those killed are buried I came across the memorial.
Added by Joe Verreau on Jun 13, 2014 10:54 AM
Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston
RE: Matson Family
Hey Judi, I got your e-mail and sent you an answer. Thanks, Sheila
Added by Sheila (Henrizi) Thurston on Jun 08, 2014 12:00 PM
Linda Davis
Correction
From what I found online, Bailey was ill early on in the world and it not see action.
....that is early on in the WAR! :)
Added by Linda Davis on Jun 02, 2014 9:27 AM
Linda Davis
RE: Bailey Family
From what I found online, Bailey was ill early on in the world and it not see action.
Added by Linda Davis on May 31, 2014 4:54 PM
Linda Davis
RE: Bailey Family
No, I am not related to any of those West Va graves that I registered on Find A Grave. Just doing some Historical Preservation.

I don't even remember the bio being posted by me for Pack family. You do see that it states that Walter H. Pack Family did the bio. The Walter H. Pack Family may have gone directly to Find A Grave to post it ...I don't know.

The National Archives does have a online search for Civil War units and where they were at a given time period. I will see what I can find and you get in touch with the Walter Pack Family who wrote the bio.
Added by Linda Davis on May 31, 2014 4:37 PM
cynthia mullens
RE: Beaver Magistrate District
Hi Judi,
I sent a more lengthy email to the address you provided. I don't know where your relative is interred for sure, but if you had only one day in the Craigsville area, I'd recommend you visit Buckle Cemetery, and Russell Cemetery to look.

Cindy
Added by cynthia mullens on Mar 22, 2014 7:11 PM
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