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Tom Clark (#47205080)
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Bio Photo Retired Naval officer, retired beltway bandit, own a very small residential remodeling business, and teach physics at the local community college. In my spare time I search the net for genealogy stuff. My family is from New Jersey and north, while my wife's family is Virginia/West Virginia, primarily German's from the Germanna Colony or immigrants from Germany who settled for a bit in Pennsylvania, then moved to WV. In general our families' were poor dirt farmers, with an occasional lad with some intelligence who obtained a professional career. I have not found a Pilgrim yet, most of my ancestors were on the supply ships in the years immediately following the Pilgrim landing at Plymouth.
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 • 72 Memorials Added
 • 76 Memorials Managed
 • 55 Photos
 • 10 Photo Requests
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Bill DeFlorio
RE: Wealthy Clark
You are very welcome. Glad I could help in a small way!
Added by Bill DeFlorio on Jun 17, 2013 8:19 PM
susan f schindler
RE: Photo of Caroline (Britten) Budden
You're welcome. Sorry I didn't respond sooner.
Added by susan f schindler on Oct 29, 2012 3:37 PM
Sharri Bodnar
Re: Adelaide D. Johnson Murray
Hello Tom,

Thanks for the information on Adelaide. I made the correction and did a little more research on her. Found some more information and I added it to her memorial.

Sharri
Added by Sharri Bodnar on Oct 08, 2012 11:08 AM
Rich Lowe
Casper & Rachel Miller
Wish to verify source of info on the Millers. There is not a cemetery named Birmingham Cemetery in Van Bure County and never was. Nor Is this couple listed in any of the three actual cemeteries there . . Maple Hill, Methodist Episcopal or United Presbyterian. They were indeed lomg time residents though. Would you share your source of burial place? Would like to get them in the right place but know that place is not a Birmingham cemetery. Thanks.
Added by Rich Lowe on Jun 29, 2012 3:05 PM
Mark Snyder
Photo Request
Tom, regarding your photo request for Levi Horn 80553818. There is a Rebecca H. Horn that died Feb 17 1920 at 79 years old buried in Pennington Cemetery. She was the wife of Levi G. Horn. Rebecca's obit appears in the "Trenton Evening Times" Feb 18 1920. I will try to get out there to get a photo.
Added by Mark Snyder on Mar 23, 2012 2:40 AM
Bob Collins
RE: Willam S & Martha D Hiltz
Bad luck indeed. But it turns out (I didn't know this til I got home and did some digging) that they did have at least one daughter, Alice, who married a David Cochran and lived until 1938.
Added by Bob Collins on Mar 17, 2012 9:47 PM
Meges
Leonard Fisher
I added a note that the stone could not be found. Thanks for telling me.
Added by Meges on Mar 05, 2012 4:05 PM
Ken Class
Brotherhood Pix Request
Tom,

I looked for the "Fisher" clan in Brotherhood Cemetery today.

There are two groups, each on the very edge of the cemetery. One group on the extreme east, the other the extreme west side.

I could not match up names/dates from either group to correspond to your request.

If you find something more definitive, I will go back and try again, especially now that I know right where to look for the "Fishers".
KRC

Added by Ken Class on Mar 05, 2012 1:31 PM
susan f schindler
RE: Photo of Caroline (Britten) Budden
You are so very welcome. It was certainly my privilage to help.
Added by susan f schindler on Jan 30, 2012 5:15 PM
BIRDMAN
RE: Mary A (Widmyer) Hovermale
Tom,
Sorry it took so long to get back there to get that photo. Glad it meets your approval.

Ken M.
Added by BIRDMAN on May 03, 2011 7:33 PM
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