|Norma B. Rice (#47230264)|
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|Custer Historian from Michigan. Research original documents of Custer lineage over 30 years. |
Research dates back to Joseph Custer, 13 April 1800 to Decemter 1836. Documented. My great great grandfather, and Elizabeth William, great great grandmother. [Sister of Rebekah Williams]b. c1801.]
Research takes in King Co., WA, Mercer Co., PA, Trumbull Co., OH, Allegany Co., MD, Allegheny Co., PA. Osceola Co., MI.
General George Armstrong Custer is a half second cousin of my great grandfather, Judah Custer. Therefore a 2d half cousin, 3 times removed to myself.
Papers of the Continental Congress. 1774-1789, On a Petition of 60+ subscribers settled illegally on the lands west of the OH., We have neither house nor lands to move too: have Every Necessary to procure by our Abilities for the Support of our families and stocks for we have no money.
His grandfather, John Custer was om Trumbull Co., OH 1815-1816. John Cust, Tax on 100 acres, T2 Trumbull Co., OH., 1815-1816, John Custer was in Hartford Twp. 1816. John Cust, Tax on 100 acres, T3, Trumbull Co., OH, 1819. 1820 Emanuel Custen, Stoneboro, Mercer Co., PA Federal Census. Charlotte, Susan and Mary were present at a family reunion in New Rumley, OH 1829. John died 1830.
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|amandasue||Hannah and George Custard|
I see that someone has requested photos for these two. I saw the note you left on Hannah Custers memorial, is it possible that these two were not moved, when the land was donated to PA. I have been to the Orangeville cemetery and I could not find them. Memorial #57294602 George & Hannah #57294640
Was your message meant for me? I don't know anything about the Custer family and didn't add them to the cemetery. I have a few family members buried there and those are the only ones that I posted.
|Gathering Roots||Joseph Custer-on findagrave|
Also known as: Center Cemetery
Kevin a Pears has Joseph Custer memorial and has it marked as an unmarked grave.
I did get to Greenwood Cemetery today and got pictures of the grave for Alex, Martha and son Archie before my camera malfunctioned.... Which Norma Rice (Find A Grave #47597667)vs. Norma B. Rice (Find A Grave #47230264) would you like the memorials transferred to? And which Archie memorial would you like to keep - the original one (#50557905) or the one I created in the correct cemetery (#92460927)?
|N. Sharlene (Rice) Kent||Amos Custer|
Warren Tribune Chronicle?,
D. 08 August 1913, Weldin, OH;
Bur. Monday, 11 August 1913
AMOS CUSTER, WELL KNOWN FARMER, DIED AT ADVANCED AGE.
After an illness from a complication of diseases, Amos Custer, 85 years one of the oldest and best known farmers of the eastern portion of Trumbull county, died at the family home, Weldon, Friday Evening about 8:30 o'clock, says the Sharon Telegraph.
In the death of Mr. Custer this section sees the passing away of one of the foremost tillers of the soil who has resided in the immediate locality throughout his entire life. Mr. Custer was born at Brookfield, OH, and came from a family of high standing. He was a worthy member of the Baptist church. Left to survive are his wife and the following children: Scott, Byron, Frank and James of Youngstown; Mrs. James Berry of Bucyrus, Mr. I. F. Carr of Alliance; and Mrs. Edward Phillips, of Sharon.
Funeral services will be conducted at the home Monday afternoon, at 3:00. Interment will follow at Brookfield.
|Terence WHALEN||RE: Cemetery Location Renton, WA|
Thanks for the information. I forwarded this to Kevin Pears who is actually working on that tree and manages the one memorial.
Thanks for the input. We appreciate all of the help with find-a-grave. It has been a great site for research and sharing.
|Anonymous||Brookfield Photo Request|
I live near the cemetery. If you contact Brookfield Highway Department, (330) 448-6941 and find out the locations of the grave, I can get this picture for you.
I have Aunts and Uncle and Cousins that are Custers,but no grandparents,my sister has an ancestry site,I can have her add you
|Tara & Jason||RE: Joseph Custer gravesite|
Hi! Posting the monument was no trouble at all. Im glad we were able to help you out. The picture you have of "the custer boys" must be nice to have i enjoy family history a lot and wish I had more of mine. Take care
Tara and Jason
|Terence WHALEN||RE: Samuel Custer|
I checked the Mercer County Cemetery Inscription books (1983, Desantis) and there was no listing for Samuel CUSTER.
I did not see any VARNES family in the listing.
There was a Mary A. Custer listed, buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Sandy Lake, PA. Buried with her:
Custer G., Dr. D. 1888 Age 26
Custer J. W. 1854-1893
Custer Mary A. 1830-1899
Custer Queen V. D. 1883 Age 17
I hope this helps.
I'll check and see what I can find in my database of Mercer County Families and let you know.
Do you know where Charles CUSTER and Mary Ann VARNES-CUSTER were from?
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