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|Pam||WilliamB O Weimer|
Hi, Mark: I found this on Ancestry. Looks like his second wife was Ella Stickler. Confused that they say the first wife was Ida Luck - maybe she had a previous marriage too?
Name: William Oran Wimer
irth: 9 MAY 1858 in Butler Co., Pennsylvania
Death: 26 OCT 1922
Father: John Cowden Wimer b: 27 SEP 1832 in Portersville, Butler Co. Pennsylvania
Mother: Catharine(Kate) Lambert b: 14 FEB 1838 in Butler Co., Pennsylvania
Marriage 1 Ida Estella Luck b: 20 JUL 1866 in Pennsylvania Married: 1882
Marriage 2 Ella A. Stickler b: JUN 1873 in Pennsylvania Married: BET 1912 AND 1920
Added by Pam on Aug 03, 2013 5:27 PM
|Zim||RE: Jacob Armstrong|
William (Find A Grave# 71135833) and Thomas Armstrong(Find A Grave# 22564341) are buried in Plum Creek Cemetery. There is an old unreadable stone next to William's stone. Sampson may be buried there in an unmarked grave. The cemetery may have records.
Added by Zim on Jul 07, 2013 4:10 PM
|Zim||RE: Jacob Armstrong|
I added the birth date and the Information that you sent about Elliot. It was too good to pass up. If you have any other info you would like posted please let me know.
Good Luck in your search.
Added by Zim on Jul 07, 2013 12:48 PM
The change has been made. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. Would you like management of this memorial? I have no problem transferring it to you.
Let me know ~ Zim aka Janet
Added by Zim on Jul 07, 2013 11:33 AM
|Rich Fedoush||Alex McCutcheon Hall #28811522|
Thank you for the information. I've added it to the memorials.
|dhintx||RE: George Taylor - Memorial# 69614813|
Milton Masing has done a lot of work in Dearborn County, publishing 4 volumes on Dearborn County Cemeteries. The first one, Volume A, which included Greendale, was compiled mostly from the burial permits from the city - as I cited on Taylor's record. Volume A, done in 2000, was out of print for many years, but recently became available and this was my source, but as I said, his source was from the burial permits from Greendale.
Burial permit info is only as good as the memory of the informant, as we often find with death certificates. The next of kin was listed, which, in many cases, was the parents of the deceased. But unless the burial permit specifically had them listed as parents, I used k/o=kin of.
And, of course, handwriting can often be difficult to read, so the info is Masing's interpretation of the info he saw.
I have used this info to at least give me some place to go looking in census records and have been able to add several surnames to my family tree when I previously only had a wife's first name to go on.
Wish I could be of more help, but that's all I know. May be parents, or other relatives, and perhaps the "Bulge" was Masing's best guess at the handwriting.
Added by dhintx on Oct 19, 2011 8:23 AM