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Jerry Woolley (#47246266)
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I would like pictures of any Woolley graves.If anyone has info on a Amos Woolley B:1791 in New Jersey married Anna Ellis in 1812, he Died after 1860 in Miami county,Indiana.Any picture I post feel free to use as you wish. Please do not but any picture on my graves that are not free for anyone to use as they wish.God Bless
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RE: Amos Long 1839-1864
Hi Jerry, I am trying to add William Martindale to my DAR supplementals. There is a hitch with the line from Moses (his son) to Margaret Martindale Long to prove that she was the daughter of Moses Martindale and grand daughter of William Martindale. Any information you might be able to send regarding this connection will be much appreciated. The census in those days just listed number of white females of a certain age. She fits the age but none of the children are named. They are all buried at Chili.
Thanks, Sandy
Added by Sandy on Nov 21, 2014 9:57 PM
Amos Long 1839-1864
According to Hazel Long Eby's journal, Amos, his brother John W. and their mother, Margaret Martindale Long all died in a scarlet fever epidemic. Margaret Martindale Long was the daughter of Moses Martindale who was the son of William Martindale who was a Revolutionary war soldier. All are buried at Chili.
Added by Sandy on May 09, 2014 8:27 PM
Thank you!
Added by Sandy on May 09, 2014 8:31 AM
Lurah Long Swantner
I would also like to take over my Aunt Lurah's memorial #64578259. Thanks
Added by Sandy on May 04, 2014 9:03 PM
Georgia MillerLong
Memorial #64338550. Thanks
Added by Sandy on May 04, 2014 8:58 PM
Amos Long
Memorial # 64338551
Added by Sandy on May 04, 2014 8:56 PM
Amos and Georgia Long
Hi, Would it be possible to transfer these memorials of my great grandparents to me (Sandy)?
Added by Sandy on May 04, 2014 8:55 PM
Merle Long Smith
Yes, Merle was the eldest of Amos and Georgia's daughters. I don't know how she died so young.
Amos Woolley was married to my great-great grandfather, Amos Long's sister Anna Long I think. It is this Amos Woolley's father, Amos Woolley Sr., that your message board said you were searching for.
Added by Sandy on Apr 23, 2014 3:42 PM
Mitch Clendening
Ephraim Clendening
Would you mind transferring Ephraim Clendening #64132246, or adding his as a son of Cynthia Clymer 23989672
and Robert Clendening 23989630 ? Thanks
Added by Mitch Clendening on Dec 13, 2013 7:30 PM
Susan Pratt Habermann
Millers in Fulton/Miami Counties
Jerry, my gr-gr-grandfather was a Miller. There are family members in the Fulton/Miami County area, which could include Chili. I haven't had time to research the Miller Family side yet. Perhaps it's time. Do you have Millers in your family too?
Added by Susan Pratt Habermann on Apr 15, 2013 5:24 PM
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