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I live in Butler County, Ohio. I am researching the George and McGriff Family names in Darke Co. |
Other surnames in my ancestry: Little, Ellis, George, Swisher, Bell, Gandee,Dangerfield, Huffman, Duckworth, O'Neil, Buffington, Gilliland, Bush, Pardun, Pullins, McElroy, Cook, Budd and Rose
My pics may not be posted on other sites. Do not waste my time asking for a transfer for the sole purpose of adding info or pictures. I will gladly add any info as long as it is appropriate and verifiable.
I will not transfer memorials unless given the proper info Ie; member number
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|Teresa LeMaster Fordyce||Tombstone Photo|
The photo you have posted for Milton W. Stiles #105323119, appears to be for a different Milton Stiles.
I'm doing an ancestral search, Daniel Clark, and Catherine Bryan are my 3rd great grandparents. I was wondering if you had any more info about them or a possible source of where I might be able to get info. Daniel Clark's memorial # is 133725232. Any reply would be great thanks. Dan
Added by dan on Feb 05, 2016 11:17 AM
|Fred Callahan||RE: Elizabeth|
Unknown, I've reached a brick wall there, know he was born in PA in 1809 and was a stonemason but that's about it.
|Fred Callahan||RE: Elizabeth|
I'm a little confused by your reply, you had added Elizabeth to her father's site as her child, I had included with my initial message that her husband was Jacob Hollman, however spellcheck changed it to Hillman, which is what you added onto the memorial. I was simply trying to make this correction. The name of her husband comes down through our family history from my G grandmother Annabelle Holman who lived up to 1971. My mother interviewed her for this info. Elizabeth and Jacob Hollman were her grandparents and she also correctly relayed that John McElroy and Katherine Wagner were her G grandparents. Elizabeth and Jacob Hollman can be found in the 1850 census for Meigs county with their family. Their oldest son John was Annabelle's father.
Hope this helps clarify things,
|Fred Callahan||RE: Thank you and typo correction|
The memorial is for John McElroy, #38725909,
|Pat Bartoshesky||RE: William H. Applegate 1824-1897|
Thank you! My Applegate ancestors seem to be the most traceable and very interesting. My husband is great-great nephew of a Medal of Honor winner from the Civil War, but information about his lineage is scarce. Happy New Year too.
|Fred Callahan||Thank you and typo correction|
Thank you for adding Elizabeth to the McElroy clan. There was a typo in her husbands name, looks like spellcheck did this. It was Hollman, the next generation shortened it to Holman. Thanks, Fred
|Pat Bartoshesky||William H. Applegate 1824-1897|
Hi, I am his great-great granddaughter and wonder if you know the meaning of the line below his name? I rather assume it refers to his military service, but as "they" say, "Never Assume." It is exciting to see the picture. Thank you for it. Just curious why you would not want the picture to be shown on his entry on Ancestry? (not criticizing, just curious)
Pat Applegate Bartoshesky
|Carrie Lee Hoadley Baker||Inogene Beatrice Farmer|
My name is Carrie Baker.. I was looking at Uncle Lowell's Find a grave and saw Imogene B. Wilkins Farmer Listed as his sister. I am her niece, she was my Mothers Sister. Aunt Tommy was never married, so I would like to know who Wilkins was.
my email is email@example.com. Please respond.
|cassie yarsky||BAILEY TRANSFER|
Thank you so much for the transfer!
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