|Guyetta Cluck (#47299258)|
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I have been a researcher for over 20 years, have published three family history books and have over 70,000 names in my FTM program. My paternal line came from Ireland and my maternal from Germany. The maternal 3rdgrgrandfather fought in the Revolutionary War and I was the first to join the DAR on his patronage. I love doing genealogy and stay quite busy at it. I can always be contacted - email@example.com|
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|Steve Barnhoorn||RE: Rolf A. Eberle|
Your most welcome. My sister Toni is best friends with Rolf's daughter Monica; been that way since their school days. Take care.
|Max Shafer||Gus Hiser|
Are you related to Gus Hiser? I knew him as a kid. He worked with my father at Sheffield/Armco Steel.
|Carol Hoch was Johnson||The Hisers in Houston County|
You have posted some lovely family photos. Thanks for sharing.
|Sharlene Tucker||RE: Young Guthery Family Questions|
Dear Cousin Guyetta,
No problem. Forgetting seems to be my mode of operation lately, so I can well relate!
It seems this Guthery line is most difficult to find information on. My grandmother, Bernice (Guthrie) Robinson, was Young Guthery's granddaughter thru his 2nd wife, Nancy Jane Trent. She worked most her life collecting information on this line for both Nancy Jane Trent and the children of Pernina Emeline/Emaline Mullenix. Then, my mother, Bernice (Robinson) Peel, who was a few years older than you, worked to source most of Grandma's information. Now, I'm trying to find sources for the things still needing verifying and hoping we will stumble upon something that will help move this family line back another generation or so.
At this point, I guess I'll be satisfied that I am meeting amazing cousins like yourself that are descendants from this same Young Guthery. He and some of his family might remain a mystery but he has some delightful posterity, for which I'm very grateful to make contact with. Sometimes in genealogy, the most fun is who you meet among the living than what you find out about the dead.
If you would be willing, I'd love to see what you do have so I can verify if what I have is correct. Would that be possible? If so, please contact me at me email address:
Thanks for trying. I'm so impressed with all the hard work you've put into tracing your other family lines. You are one amazing woman, Guyetta! I'm proud to be related!
|Sharlene Tucker||Young Guthery Family Questions|
Any chance you've had a chance to review my questions about Young Guthery, his parents, his wives and children?
I would love to hear back from you when you are able.
Your cousin - Sharlene
|Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke||RE: Hamilton Family !|
What a nice note regarding my Hamilton Family. Information on Find-a-grave is always a "work in process" and I enjoy every moment. Emma
|Sharlene Tucker||RE: Elizabeth Jane Guthery|
A Hiser Reunion? Oh, what fun! By all means, please enjoy that and we'll get back in touch afterwards.
Enjoy visiting with all your relatives!
|Sharlene Tucker||Elizabeth Jane Guthery|
Do you know who raised your g-grandmother, Elizabeth Jane Guthery, after her father's death in 1867?
I haven't found her in the 1870 U.S. Federal census. She didn't show up in Nancy Jane Trent's household for that year. I think I found her younger sister, Pernina Emeline/Emaline "Emma" in the household of their next older brother, Artis, listed as "Emily P." Did Elizabeth perhaps go to live with Pernina's relatives? (Assuming Pernina was her mother.)
Thanks for any help you can provide to my questions. If desired, feel free to answer using my email address, which is shown on my Find A Grave member information. Would love to hear back from you!
So nice to meet you, cousin!
|Sharlene Tucker||Young's Daughters: Elizabeth Jane and Pernina Emeline|
HAVE YOU FOUND SOURCES SHOWING PROOF WHO THE MOTHER WAS OF YOUNG'S DAUGHTERS, ELIZABETH JANE AND PERNINA EMELINE?
--If the records of our cousin, Bob Guthery, are correct, (see previous message re: Pernina Emeline Mullenix), Pernina would have been deceased in 1852.
~~~ This would mean Young's daughters, Elizabeth Jane (born in 1854) and Pernina Emeline (born in 1857) were not Pernina's daughters.
~~~This would also mean we are missing a wife in between Pernina and Nancy Jane Trent.
--If Bob's records are incorrect, then perhaps Pernina Emeline Mullenix either died sometime after the birth of daughter, Pernina Emeline Guthery (b: 1857) or after the mysterious baby, James, (b: 1859).
--Since Pernina Emeline Mullenix is not showing in the 1860 U.S. Federal census, I think it is safe to say the latest her death could have occurred would be prior to the date of the 1860 census.
--As Elizabeth Jane (Guthery) Tilley-Ketner was your g-grandmother, does your family have any documents or sources that might show who Elizabeth's mother was?
--This leads me back to my second message asking when Pernina Emeline Mullenix, first wife of Young Guthery, died.
|Sharlene Tucker||Young Guthery's 1860 Household (cont.)|
There is a 3-month old baby, James, in the Young Guthery household in the 1860 U.S. Federal Census for Park Township, Scott, Arkansas.
DO YOU KNOW HOW THIS BABY TIES INTO THE FAMILY?
--Is this Young's child?
-- If so, was Pernina the mother? (This would mean Pernina didn't die until late 1859 or sometime later after his birth.)
-- Or, did Young marry the young 18-year-old girl named Sarah shown in the 1860 U.S. Federal Census and have a male child with her?
--Or, was this baby, James, the son of 18-year-old Sarah from an unknown father?
--What happened to Sarah and James, between the 1860 census and Young's 1862 marriage to Nancy Jane Trent, and thereafter?
*This is not the son of Young's wife, Nancy Jane Fisher, whom he married in 1862. Nancy's first husband, John Fisher, didn't die until 1861. John & Nancy were having a family together during this time period. In fact, John died shortly before their last child was born.
*Baby James should not be confused with John Fisher & Nancy Jane Trent's son, James D. Fisher (born 27 Oct 1858; died 10 Aug 1873)
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