|Grandma Patti (#47283301)|
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I have a passion for genealogy. Searching for my ancestors is such a fun hobby. I am hoping that my good deeds of adding information on other families, will someday be rewarded by someone posting some of my missing pieces. Good luck to all! |
I am interested in anyone with the last name of WISECUP.
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|Texas Chessher||RE: Wisecup's|
Oh this is wonderful news! I have searched for so long trying to help my step dad find out about his family. Thanks so much!
I felt so bad about deleting the memorial before taking the photo off, that we went into town & I took the picture again. It's posted now. :)
Added by Timeless on Jun 02, 2013 4:54 PM
I'm sorry I deleted the memorial before getting the picture of Noah's stone but I will be very glad to take another. I know the location of his stone. Sorry I duplicated. I didn't notice & appreciate it being brought to my attention. I'll get the picture within the next couple of days. Again...I'm sorry about that.
Added by Timeless on Jun 02, 2013 3:50 PM
Go right ahead & use
Added by Timeless on Jun 02, 2013 3:46 PM
Hi, I wanted to see if our Wisecup's can be connected. My step dad Gary Michael Wisecup is the son of Calvin Coolidge Wisecup who passed in 1993 in GA. They are all originally from Ohio. I am trying to help my step dad find out more about his family as he grew up in an orphanage. Of note, his father Calvin Coolidge Wisecup born 1924, Aunt Mildred born 1923 and Aunt Icie Wisecup born 1921 all were in the Wilson's Childrens Home in West Union, OH according to the 1930 and 1940 Census. I do not know the parents names. Any help would be much appreciated.
|Richard Osburn||WISECUP goodies|
Grandma Patti, I have news items pertaining to the Wisecups of Highland County, Ohio. Unfortunately, there are no Find A Grave memorials to add them to so I can't send them as SACs. One is an item about Harrison Wisecup being indicted for murdering his fourteen-year-old sister, Lydia, in Feb. 1859. Another item is about John W. Wisecup murdering Jesse Forkner in April 1868. Do you want them?
|JWil||RE: Phoebe Patton Young|
Phebe Caroline was the name given to her for her paternal grandmother's and Finley was given to for her maternal grandmother's maiden name. Her paternal grandparents were John & Phebe Caroline (Taylor) Patton and her maternal grandparents were John & Margaret (Finley) Glasgow. Samuel her first husband was killed in the Civil War at the Battle of Franklin, Tenn. He was killed in Dec 1864 & she had her last baby 3 months later. I am not sure but I think they had 3 children:
1. ______ Wright, born _ ?1859 died young,
2. ANNA M. WRIGHT, born Sep 1861, married ??
Harry Smith, (not sure about his name)he died
& left her with 3 children, Walter "Walt" H.
Smith, Thomas Finley Smith, & Mary Caroline
3. Mary D. Wright, born Mar 1865, died 5 Aug
1865, buried Cherry Fork cemetery
She married her second husband Thomas McCoy Young in Sep 1868. He had been married before and his wife Nancy Askren had died in May 1868. He had 3 children by her. In 1880 & 1900, they were living in Winchester, Adams County, Ohio.
Are you related to her? She is my great x2 grandmother's brother's daughter.
Added by JWil on May 07, 2013 2:53 PM
I transferred Wilbur Wiesecup as you requested. I appreciate that you contacted me and asked to manage his memorial.
All The Best,
Jami (Sgt G)
Added by Jami on Apr 20, 2013 7:38 PM
|Pamela Jenkins||RE: Mary A Urton #90760111|
Grandma Pat she is no relation tome I found the info I thought you would like too have he info.
Thanks for linking the memorials.
I appreciate it!
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