|Suzanne Elliott Linebrink (#47369038)|
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|I am a long time resident of the State of Ohio and an avid OSU football fan. I was referred to findagrave.com in 2009 when researching my husband's family tree. In the fall of 2010, I decided that I should see what was on the website about my family (the Elliott family). I found many memorials missing important information that I had so I became a member of the website and have added some memorials that did not exist and manage some with additional information and pictures.|
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|Zachary Coiner||RE: Francis Marion Coiner|
Thanks for bringing the dates for Francis to my attention. Only Francis memorial doesn't belong to me but to SgtDaxter. He entered the birthdate incorrectly as 1993 (should have been 1923). I contacted him and it has been fixed. Obits and a photo have been added to Francis and his fathers memorial showing their relationship.
|Gary Argabright||Henry Garber Susanna Argabright|
I have been researching the Argabright family tree for many years now and am finally writing up the branch which includes the Susannah Argabright who married Henry Garber. Susannah was the daughter of George and Elizabeth (nee Black) Argabright. She was born in Rockingham County, Virginia around 1790.
Susannah and Henry seem to have left Rockingham soon after their marriage and settled in Preble County, Ohio. Susannah's maiden name was adopted as the middle name of their son John (John Argabright Garber).
Susannah's brother Frederick joined her in Preble County sometime around the time of Henry's death in 1817. Susannah's nephew Abraham Argabright (son of Susannah's older brother Jacob)also moved to Preble County with his wife Delilah Eaton in time to be enumerated there in the 1840 census. Their children show up in the marriage records for Preble and the surrounding counties.
May I ask if you are related to the Linebrinks in Ohio?
|Austin Miller||RE: Henry Garber|
Thanks for the message. It's interesting searching into the past. The Garber name extends all the way to my mother and ends there but my Grandmother speaks very highly of Bryan, Ney, and Defiance Ohio area. My grandfather John is buried out there and I'm hoping to drive out sometime this summer and visit his (and many other) family graves.
|Kay Beucler||RE: F. A.R. Garber|
Thank you for catching my typo. I have made the correction.
|Rita Zipfel||RE: Sophia Eva Mayer Dunbar|
Thank you for the correction.
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