|Alissa Farrow (#47447058)|
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My name is Alissa(Sypolt)Farrow i enjoy genealogy.I'm looking into Sypolt,Bond,Shoemaker,Diffenderfer.|
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|Base Kuhn||hi hun.|
I transfered them to you
|Base Kuhn||HI hun|
hey u, whatca up to
|Base Kuhn||HI hun|
whatcha up to Lis,didnt no you were in to this,Base
|Juanita Arnold||Ruby Sypolt Voyles|
Alissa, I'm sorry, I don't know which Voyles that she was married to yet. This is what I do know about the Voyles family. Is that most of them are a decendant of Jacob Voyles from Wales in the 1700's, some Voyles/Voiles went to Virginia to work, some came from Tennesse and a couple from Indiana, and there is one family that came from Wales in the 1800's that lived in the East. If I find out, I'll let you know as I am always working on the Voyles/Voiles families.
|D. G. Keener||RE: Nora Sypolt|
Sorry, I did not enter her into Find A Grave, therefore I cannot link her to her parents. You need to go to her memorial site, click on edit on the right hand side over the pictures, request that she be linked to her parents and provide the the Find A Grave numbers for her parents, and the request will be sent to the individual that entered her into the system. This is the correct way to request updates to memorials.
|Gary Snowberger||RE: Bond|
To get to Antietam (Price's) Cemetery from Hagerstown.
Go to Waynesboro on PA 316 to the second trafic light turn left and go to the next light and turn right. Go about two miles the cemetery is on the right at the bottom of the hill after passing Price's Church Road.
Let me know if you have any trouble.
|Kelli Gettel||Bond family|
Hello, my name is Kelli Gettel. Marylou Thomas(bond) and Charles Bingamin are my grandparents. I am looking to learn more about my ancestors beyond them and their families as well. Are they related to you somehow? Marylou and Charles were my mother's parents.
|D. G. Keener||Earl Franklin Sypolt|
Here's an obit that you can post on his bio;
Local Deaths-Earl F. Sypolt. Morning Herald. Hagerstown, Md. Thurs., Feb. 8, 1968.
Abstract--Earl Franklin Sypolt, 62, died at Washington Co. Hospital Wednesday morning, following a six-week illness. He was a glazier by trade working for Dixie Millwork for 43 years. He was born in Rowlesburg, W.Va., the s/o the Charles F. and Nora Ayersman Sypolt. He is survivied by his wife, Mrs. Goldie Elizabeth Bond Sypolt; daughters, Mrs. Marie Ambrose, Greencastle; Mrs. Nancy Lee Ganor, Marlboro, Mass.; son, Charles Sypolt at thome; sisters, Thelma Sypolt, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Helen Glessner, Hagerstown; brother, Albert Sypolt, Hagerstown. Eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Interment was in the Rest Haven Cemetery.
|Dee E||RE: Maude Bond|
I think I sent all the Bond family in Rose Hill to you, except for 2 children. If they're yours also, I'll be happy to transfer them. I just wasn't sure since they're buried in other sections of the cemetery. Regards, Dee
Added by Dee E on Mar 09, 2011 4:11 PM
|D. G. Keener||RE: Charles Floyd Sypolt|
I went to the library and found a little excerpt in the Rowlesburg News of the Preston County Journal. It says that he was taken to the home of his brother, Marshall (George Marshall Sypolt). So, he is definatley not the son of Arkless and Maria and is the son of George W. and Elizabeth. Take a look at the additional info that I have posted for the family.
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