|Anita Smith (#47141046)|
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|Have been researching for 30 years. Family names of Christison, Miller, Owens, Eagleston, Clausius, Wells, Eggleston, Goodwin, Smith, Hamilton, Irish, Gonter/Gonder, Seltenright and Laubach. Also McCarville, Sreenan and Walsh.|
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|James Snow||RE: Goeltzenleuchter|
You are welcome!
I was glad that I found and fulfill your request.Have a nice day
|Pat Robinson Boyer||RE: Glenn Richardson|
Done, I have added Glenn parents to his memorial.
|Susan Smith||family and misc|
I found a marker for Gilbert Trumble last week but the dates were unreadable. on the other hand, my Grandmother's brother was married to a Miller around 1930 before he died.
|Susie ||RE: 110854714|
Thank you very much. They are now all linked, minus any children he may have had. Have a great week! Susie
Added by Susie on Jan 25, 2015 4:45 PM
|Susie ||Mary Shreenan|
I didn't get Mary (Lenahan) Shreenan's Memorial #110854714 in my last message to you. Here it is.
After viewing it, hopefully the 1st message will make better sense to you. Susie # 47375864
Added by Susie on Jan 25, 2015 11:36 AM
Hi Anita: So glad you added this because of the spelling variations, I was forever trying to link the family members together. If you see Peter and Alice's daughter in Law's memorial, Maybe you can assist me in locating their grandson, Hugh's place of burial as it appears he died in Nevada after having resided in LA area of CA after leaving WI. Do you think I should change Mary's surname spelling and to what? That of her Inlaw's?
I'm thinking John was buried in Darlington when they lived there and for some reason, when Mary died, someone buried her in Mineral Point. Maybe I'll read the paper's gossip notes and see if son, Hugh attended the service and notes where he was residing at that time. But since I now know where his parents are buried and that his death record says he was buried in Darlington, I made a memorial for him to make it easier for family and researchers to find. Susie # 47375864
Added by Susie on Jan 25, 2015 11:32 AM
|Glen Hammel||Orange Lawbaugh|
Anita, I see you research the name Laubach. I've been researching Shanesville, Ohio the past year, and know a little bit about Orange Lawbaugh. His grandparents Lewis & M.E. Laubauch were among the earliest settlers of the area, and Lewis' sister married a Seltonright. Orange was a Civil War veteran and Shanesville's first postmaster. I have a photo of his residence/post office/general store. If you would like a copy, email me at email@example.com.
|Bob & Donna Werner||Samuel Wyler|
Anita, you may wish to make note that Samuel was a veteran, Here is the bio that I have written for him or the Ragersville Historical Society:
Samuel Wyler (1843-1916); age 19, the 126th Ohio, Company E Private, mustered in Aug. 22, 1862, mustered out on certificate of disability Jan. 15, 1865. The special veteranís census of 1890 lists Samuel living in Ragersville. Samuel was born in 1843, died in 1916. He was married to Elizabeth Gonter. His buried at Ragersville Cemetery is in Sec. C (north) row 2. The 1860 census records show a family named Wheiler, John and Christina and children, living in Auburn Twp. They were all born in Switzerland.
|Linda Bramer Hardy||RE: Francis & Lucinda Smith|
Thanks, I'll do some research.
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