|Dan Stevenson (#47015440)|
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Born and raised in Oregon. After leaving graduate school in 1979 took first job in San Diego, California where I have lived in the area since then. Started working on my family trees in 1980: Stevenson, Moore, Rothrock, Baker, Ramer, Nading, Spach/Spaugh, Fishel, Baird, Brewington, Ketherside, Butner, Craig, Cox, Faw, Flinn, Hauser, McKenzie, Parker, Phelps, Rominger, Ruble, Russell, Sink and Walk.|
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|Jim Allingham||Anna Rothrock Moore|
Sorry for the duplicate; deleted my entry. I added her husband and one of her daughters. Abraham is my wife's 2nd great uncle. The Moore line has been an interesting challenge. Thanks for the catch. Good luck on your continued family research efforts. Best regards,
|Linda Meyer||Infant Son Norman|
Thanks so much for the correction - one of those 4's that look like 1's. I've got it corrected and added the marriage date you gave me.
Thanks again, Linda Meyer
|Tom Schoening||Mitchell Marvin Rothrock|
Dan - Thanks for linking Mitchell to his family
Regards - Tom Schoening
|Kay Hoskinson||Aaron Kendall Flat Rock Cemetery in Shelby County Indiana|
Did you entered the parental and sibling information for this Aaron Kendall?
The parental and sibling information attached to Aaron Kendall is incorrect. This Aaron was our Great Grandfather and his parents were James and Leah Moore Kendall. Aaron was originally buried at Roberts Chapel Cemetery in Flat Rock Township, Bartholomew County where his parents and first wife Margaret are buried. When second wife Lavina passed in 1910, Aaron was moved to Flat Rock Cemetery in Shelby County, Indiana. Bartholomew County
My sister and I just confirmed this information June 22-24, 2015. His death records confirm James and Leah Kendall as his parents. And the burial records at Norman Funeral home in Hope, Indiana confirmed the two times burial of Aaron.
From what I have been able to deduct from census records, there were multiple Aaron Kendall in Indiana. But this Aaron was in Bartholomew County, Flat Rock Township, close to the county line.
|Clarence Sell||John Lorenzo Peddycord's Father?|
You entry for John Lorenzo Peddycord questions whether his father is Kelon/Keelon (Askelon) Peddicord (1783-1849) or Greenbury Peddycord. I'd like to point out that John Lorenzo Peddycord's (1853-1921) grandson & Calvin Lorenzo Peddycord's son was named Frank "Keelen" Peddycord (1886-1937). Of course all 3 are on Find A Grave and are buried in Forsyth County. That somewhat odd name for a great grandson of "Keelen" is reasonable evidence that John Lorenzo's father is indeed Kelon/Keelon Peddicord.
You ask on your post "Does anyone have proof of either of these sets of parents?" While not absolute proof, I submit that this is adequate proof. Would you please remove or note this on your question about Greenbury Peddycord possibly being John Lorenzo's father?
Thank you, Clarence Sell
|Marylou Sciscoe||John Henry Boner # 32629064|
District of Columbia
District Of Columbia, USA
Plot: 144 - 257
Memorial# 49373318 -
John Henry Boner was buried in Congressional Cemetery (see above) A memorial marker was placed for him in Salem Moravian God's Acre because his wife and other family members are buried there.
I would appreciate it if you could link the memorial captioned above to your memorial. John Henry was my husband's 2nd cousin.
|Bob Carter||RE: Nora Lee Dull|
My error on her father. . . .too quick on the keyboard.
|Chris Aiuto-Atkins||Charles Mock|
Yes, there is a plot for Charles Mock. I have been out twice to locate the plot and can't find it. I 'm going to have them show me tomorrow. But yes, the three brothers you have listed are there.
Hang in there, one more day and we should be able to have a photo for sure.
These family links came in via suggested edits. I agree the dates don't make sense and have removed those that are clearly wrong; I left the link to his mother as I have no information to refute it.
|Janice (Teel) Crites||Louisa Lauretta Senseman # 121178764|
Thank you for the information. I have added it to her bio, since there is a marker there.
You said you had a book that had transcribed all the West Salem Burials from the beginning to the 1920s (somewhere about that date).
I'm just checking to see if it was sent, as I never did not receive it.
Thanks for checking!
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