|joyce robinson (#47271800)|
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|I live in Modesto, California. As a retired teacher and member of DAR and Mayflower Society, I am interested in genealogy. My line is Warner, Scott, Kepler, Kramer, Bachtel, Agne, Ritter, Ritzman,Grotz, Wertman, Drake,Rusk, Kreighbaum, Warshler, Rusk, Zeptner, Baldwin,Martin, Alden, etc.|
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|Kim White||RE: William and Susannah Warner|
Hi.I cannot link William to his parents because I do not manage his memorial. Go to his memorial, click on the edit button at the top right, chose relationships, enter the F.A.G. numbers for his parents and submit. I am sure that Will Taber will take care of the link in a timely manner. Sorry I couldn't help.
|Karen Carmack Stadler||RE: sarah Warner|
I have Sarah's maiden name as Thornton. Where did you find it to be Kramer.
Samuel Warner of Green Township married Sarah Kramer on December 16, 1855 in Summit County, OH. The original certificate can be viewed on www.familysearch.org. She is indexed as "Keamer".
|Sharyn Decker-Moorehead||David Warner|
I do not own this memorial. However I did do Sarah's memorial,these two people are not related to me,I just did the memorial on Sarah.You need to contact the person who did David's for them to add the info..thank you.
|Judy nee Ritter Martens||RE: Franny Ritter|
where is frances buried at?
|Bob Williams||RE: traster|
I have left you a message on your email. Did not want to leave it on here.
Added by Brandy on Mar 10, 2014 6:59 AM
|Bob Williams||RE: traster|
I just figured it out. Lydia died early and Sam remarried Mary. I didn't see it until I put all the info on index cards (there are 4 Samuel Trasters) and put it in front of me. Here was the clue that gave it away:
In Ohio, you had to be 21 as a male to marry and 18 as a female to marry. I originally took it as Sam was 21 (21 minus 1845 equals 1824). NO! He was signing a document stating that he was 21 or older. I didn't see it until I went through all the records and realized that EVERYONE was 21 (male) and 18 (female).
Thank you for your response and info. Good stuff!
|Bob Williams||Martin Traster (Samuel Traster)|
In reference to Find A Grave# 53111371 Martin Traster @ Old Lutheran Cemetery (Defunct):
Could you please tell me where the source of the info came from that is posted to Martin Traster. Something doesn't add up. I found a marriage record for Samuel Traster and Lydia Hering (Henry) in Summit County in 1845. The ages put Samuel being born in 1824 NOT 1818. I also found a Summit County record for a marriage between a Samuel and Mary Markle in 1848. No ages are given but this is the source most people are using on Ancestry.com for the Samuel Traster listed on Find A Grave.
Are you sure you have the correct cemetery for Christian Woleslagle #64562633. I have photos for every stone that is in that cemetery and there is none that I can find for this person. Could he be buried in the same cemetery as his wife? Please check and let me know but I did not miss any stones when I took the photos in that cemetery. Thanks.
|SLR||Photo request for Solomon Kline|
I see that you have requested a photo of Solomon (my 4th great grandfather) Kline's b. 1787, d. 1854 headstone in Old Bradford Church Cemetery, Clearfield Co., PA. I noticed the date you requested this photo was July 2010. I was wondering if you would mine deleting and resubmitting the request. Sometimes if you do that I think you may get a response. If you would like for me to request the photo, just let me know. I too do not live in the Pennsylvania area, but if I make a visit there I will be sure to get a photo and post it.
Added by SLR on Jun 06, 2012 9:34 AM
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