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I love genealogy. It has been my after-retirement job. On my family tree I have over 90,000 individuals. Admittedly, not all are close relatives, but are related to those who are. Thanks to some talented researchers, I feel that most of it is very accurate.
My family line includes, Lyons, Hoffman, Sapp, Weaver, Riley, Goff, Rohr, Poe, Doggett, and Hillard.
I want to share my information with those who would appreciate it.
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|Michael S. Markwood||Weaver|
Hi Joyce, my name is Michael Markwood. I see that some of your family lines are Weaver, Poe, & Doggett. Those are my direct lines also. Jacob Dogget Weaver (1836-1925) is my 2nd great grandfather. I was wondering if you have a tree on Ancestry.com? I would appreciate any information would may have. I have a tree on Ancestry.com under Markwood Family Tree.
|John Fazenbaker||Jacob Fazenbaker|
I made the correction to Jacob Fazenbaker's memorial.
|JJ ||RE: John Hoffman|
Thank you!! That explains it. Ascenith Hoffman was my great grandmother.
Added by JJ on Jun 18, 2016 5:00 PM
|Chuck Miller||RE: thank you|
Emma's parent were Esquire Sypolt and Tabitha Caroline Sisler.
|Chuck Miller||RE: Emma (Sypolt) Plum|
Emma was a Vanverth when she married Lloyd S. Plum in 1893. There does not appear to be a record of her marrying a Vanverth on the records but according to the marriage index of Preston County that was her name at the time of the marriage to Lloyd Plum.
The next time I am in Preston County I will check the land records to see if Emma and ___ Vanverth owned any land together. Or perhaps there is someone there locally who can assist with that search.
|Tami||RE: Willilam Taylor Goff|
Hi Joyce -
Just a PS - three children of William Henry Taylor Goff moved to Colorado - and all three married siblings with the surname of Blick! Some of the Blick family also married Franklins that resided in Fort Morgan, Colorado, and all of the Blicks, Goffs, Franklins remained close and moved around with each other. They left Colorado about 1907 for northern Washington State. Henry Blick's wife, Mary Franklin, was ill, and the doctor thought the Pacific Northwest air would be better for her. The Franklin, Goff and Blick men workd in the lumber and mills near Bellingham, Washington.
Added by Tami on Feb 13, 2016 8:44 PM
|Tami||RE: Willilam Taylor Goff|
You are so very welcome!
I have thought long and hard for several years whether to tell the story of Albert and Sena, and finally decided to. So I have updated the memorial for Albert S. Goff, son of William Henry Taylor Goff (#75109507). I am often asked how to find Harry Goff- but he became Harry Albert Franklin. He was quite an uncle, and my family continues to miss him and his brother Wilbur, and sister Minnie. Harry is buried in Ft. Rosecrans National Cem in San Diego. He lived in Idaho for many years, and upon retirement moved to Calif to be near his son. I have not been successful at having an edit to link him to Albert and Sena, but will continue to try.
Thanks again for the kind words on my work, and you keep up the great work too!
Added by Tami on Feb 13, 2016 8:34 PM
|Janet Merck||Wilson Talbott Helmick # 129464385|
Thank you, I am working on getting corrections, but I did not change his middle name.
|Wendy Bell Bever||RE: transfer|
He is also a grandfather of mine. Feel free to link any of your relatives to it but, I will not transfer direct descendants.
Joyce, I have transferred James Newton Sapp and Margaret Moore Sapp memorials to you. I'm glad they can be managed by direct descendants now.
Added by KAL on Nov 30, 2015 9:12 AM
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