|Carol Wolf Britton (#47363378)|
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Moore, Garrett, Gibson, Gray, Schoenfeld, Koerwitz, Wolf, Walter, Frye, Strine, and many more.
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|Marilyn Sanner Keim||Carl Wolf|
Thanks for the obituary, I have added it.
|Kris||Lynch Family Photos|
May I use the photos of the Lynch Family on my family tree? Memorial:57510446
Added by Kris on Jan 08, 2014 10:07 AM
Hi Carol-Talked to Jerry today and he wants me leave the memorial of his mom on Find A Grave. He & my dau. took that pic of the tombstone and felt good when it was entered by me. You are welcome to do as you please with yours, Regards, gt
Thanks for checking. Yes, you replied, and the Strine questions aren't so much on my front burner anymore. As it turns out, they were a crucial link that helped me to conclude with near certainty that my John Brenner was from the York family of Frederick Brenner. Here was your reply:
Strine & Brenner
Carol Wolf Britton
Philip Strine was the youngest son of John Strine Sr. and Margret Coble Strine Philip Strine older sister was Elizabeth and she married Daniel Brenner in 1821 at the Trindle Springs Lutheran Church, Cumberland County, PA. Philip Strine was living in Delaware County in 1840 and by 1850 had moved back to PA. So yes I have some info on the Brenner family. Would be happy to share any thing I have on the Strine Family.
I have the following Children. for Elizabeth and Daniel Brenner
Catherine b. Oct 28 1824 *
Peter b. 30 May 1828 *
Margaret b 7 Apr 1830 *
Henry b. 10 Mar 1832
Mary Elizabeth b 4 Jan 1834 *
Carol Wolf Britton
(I edited in the asterisks above. LDS' FamilySearch has the births indicated by *, plus Jacob, b. 20 Mar 1823.) By the way, I am guessing from marriage details that Martin Strine's wife Elizabeth Brenner died between 1834 and 1839. If you have anything positive on her fate, I'd like to hear it. Thanks again,
Added by John on Nov 28, 2013 11:22 AM
If he ends up in Fort McPherson I'll (try to remember to) let you know.
Thank you! :-) A
Added by Amy on Nov 04, 2013 9:35 AM
|Cliff Blanchard||William F. Nussel|
Carol, Linked William to his mother, Wilhelmeia.
I saw where you had her memorial, and I had his.
Getting old, mind slip. Thanks!. Have a greazt day, and keep on searching.
|Pat R||RE: 27254935 Susanna Garrett Ambrosius|
I have deleted my record of Susanna Ambrosia.
I entered her from a published list of the cemetery.
You have the history of the family which is good.
Added by Pat R on Mar 26, 2013 10:19 AM
|John||Philip Strine Family History|
You mention that one of the children was not included in the family history. Is this a history that I might be able to read? I am wondering if this Philip Strine was the same one who lived in Delaware County, Ohio in 1840. If so, he may have had some acquaintance with my Brenners (is that a name that you've seen in your research?) Thanks for any input you can offer.
Added by John on Mar 10, 2013 8:17 PM
|Andrew PLaster||Britton of Clay County, Indiana|
I just googled with interest on the Brittons of Indiana.
I am researching the Britton family history of Gloucestershire and its worldwide branches.
As far I know that the two brothers Samuel & Joseph Britton, both married to the Monk sisters, emigrated to Indiana from Northumberland, England. Their father Samuel senior (b.1807) came from Bitton, Gloucestershire.
Andrew Plaster (of Bristol, England).
Carol, I believe the only person whom can remove a photo is the person who originally added it. That would be you. I see no options on my end. Sorry!
Regards, Kris Gende (Absalom was my 3rd Great Grandfather)
Added by Kris on Feb 22, 2013 8:41 PM
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