|Daniel Haas (#47003351)|
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I live in the very corner of South-East Hancock County, Ohio and am willing to visit cemeteries in Eagle, Delaware, Amanda, Jackson and Madison townships. Ok, sometimes I will wander over to Van Buren and Orange townships too. I am very concerned with the preservation of our headstones and will not clean, scrub or chalk a stone. I do my best to use only lighting to reveal a stones text.|
I am currently doing my own family research for Courtrights(Kortright), Doerners, Haas', Koenigs, Moores, Nichols', Thorntons and VanSickles. The majority of these families came to Huron County, Delaware County and Wood County Ohio.
I am also the chapter president of the John Hancock Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution in Findlay, as well as serving as the color guard commander. If you are interested in the SAR, please don't hesitate to contact me.
I would also love to share notes with anyone researching these families. Many of my memorials are family, so if you are researching these lines, feel free to drop me a note.
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Daniel thanks for all your work , I'm doing a little Gen. work on some distant relatives would it be ok to use your photos of the Rhinehammer family headstones in my online tree will gladly credit you thanks. Jim
|John Page||Harkless Inman 51204944|
FYI The Civil War records show Harkless K. Inman (their spelling of his first name is HARKNESS) born 18 Nov 1833 and died 26 May 1908, burial in the Inman Cem. Sec. 1, Lot 4, Grave 8.
Enlisted 23 Oct 1864 discharged 21 Jun 1865, was in several action and was uninjured, but fell from his horse during a regiment dress parade.
Harkness daughter Myrtle Edith Inman was the 1st. wife of David Jefferson Kidd one of my ancestors through my Shilling family in Hardin Co. Oh.
|Mike Ohio||RE: Hitsman Photos|
You're welcome. You probably noticed I uploaded photos for the other Hitsmans too.
|Shelly Haas Cathey||Haas Family|
My great-great grandfather we know was baptized in Huron County. We have his baptismal certificate. We believe he was the 1st born here. I know there were quite a few Haases in the Huron County area. Here is what my brother and I have gotten from our little bit of research. Maybe we are cousins. :)
I have quite a bit of information on the Thornton side. Be glad to share with you.
|Caryn Shill-Ayscue||RE: Elizabeth and Robert Elder|
Thanks. Good job. Doing the same here in Hope, IN at an old section. Sill missing the wereabouts of Almira, Henry and Margaret ELDER Briggs. And a photo for Cordelia ELDER Wolford and her husband John at Earlywine. They are the children of Robert and Elizabeth. thanks for all your help.
|Caryn Shill-Ayscue||Elizabeth and Robert Elder|
Thank you. I just posted that. Didn't even get Robert's request in because I went to get some ice tea. And came back, requested it and it was there. Good job. Nice lilacs. And other Elder's I can post that are there?
Dan I did not know you were into genealogy. Christopher began as a 4H project in 2004 and it has been a family obsession since. (Even won a clock trophy in 2009) Sam takes it as well. Glad to see you here. Keep up the good work and happy hunting. Kristie
|Karen Warden||Thornton Family|
I am researching my mother's side of the family, Thornton. Here's what I have so far:
Father: Robert Henry Thornton, B: July 3, 1911, D: April 14, 1936 (she never knew him as he died 3 months before she was born).
Grandfather: Claude Thornton, B: May 18, 1888, D: Dec 18, 1933.
Great-Great Grandfather: Henry R. Thornton, B: Jan 10, 1860, D: Feb 25, 1947.
Great-Great-Great Grandfather: John James Thornton, B: 1834, D: Nov 10, 1892.
All are buried at Ft. Meigs Cemetary. All but John James Thornton were born in the Perrysburg area. John was born in NY (still trying to find where, along with his brothers Israel, Stephen B., James and Reed.
I was wondering if you had any information and/or photos you could pass along. I'd love for my mom to know her fathers side of the family as she never knew any of them. Thanks and it's great what you are doing for folks so they can get to know their history. ~Karen
|Cary Ellis||Mary Staley|
Thank you for the pictures of the grave markers for all the Staley's.
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