|Marshall L. Smith (#47600585)|
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Native of Toledo Ohio. Now living in Caledonia, NY.|
Interested in researching surnames:
HUFFORD (HOFFARTH, HOFFERT, HUFFERT)
LEONNARD (LENNARD, LEOHNER, LEONARD)
PITT (PETT, PET)
VANCAMP (VAN CAMP)
VANHELLEN (VAN HELLEN)
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Another for ya
Added by ProgBase on Feb 19, 2015 11:11 AM
|ProgBase||RE: Charles Elliot Hiett|
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|ProgBase||RE: Charles Elliot Hiett|
I will transfer my memorial to you if you like
Added by ProgBase on Feb 18, 2015 7:23 AM
Marshall, hello from another HUFFORD genealogist. :-)
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|Tony Larson||RE: Elizabeth Mosier (1799-1852)|
I think I cracked it.. Elizabeth Mosier did pass in 1852.. I think the Elizabeth Moyer you tracked is the one that passed in 1885.. and she actually married Jacob B. Seitzinger. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=Search&includedb=&lang=en&ti=&surname=Moyer&stype=Exact&given=Elizabeth&bplace=&byear=1799&brange=0&dplace=&dyear=&drange=0&mplace=&myear=&mrange=0&father=&mother=&spouse=&skipdb=&period=All&submit.x=Search
|LV BRMNS||RE: Willard Smith photo|
The sun was heavy on the stone so it is hard to read plus it is very weathered. It looks like WILARD(only one L)and SMITH below. Can't make out the birth date, but death is 1813. It has FATHER on the top. I will try to get a better photo next Saturday if the weather is good. Please contact Ken Thompson to coordinate the two Willard Smith memorials into one. He has Sarah Lego Smith's memorial with no cemetery so you have to find it through Willard's page. She is also at Willow Cem. and I will do my best to get her memorial stone on Saturday. GO BLUE!!!!
Added by LV BRMNS on Jan 31, 2012 9:49 AM
|jaurbanowski||RE: Benjamin P. Van Camp marker|
There was a line of Van Camp Markers in a row and I have added photos to all that I could. There was a Grace Van Camp Thatcher 1886-1962 and a Myrtie Gregory 1867-1926 that did not have memorials. There was also a "Baby Van Camp" marker with just a 1875 date. If these are related to you and you would like me to post these as well, please create the memorials and I will add them
I was right about BGSU.
Here is a link to a site that might also help:
Added by sec412 on Oct 29, 2011 3:54 PM
They do not list an 'address'.
Wood County Office Building
P.O. Box 722
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Hours: 9 am to Noon
Ph. # 419-354-9557
I remember we parked in a parking lot in the back.
It is in a courthouse if I remember correctly or some type of 'government' building & was on the first floor.
Now that I confirm their hours I remember why we went there first! With their limited hours going there first made more sense since the library would still be open after we visited them.
They should have ideas of where to research in BG and maybe can give you some printed hand outs w/info.
I know they have quite a few 'books' with birth, marriage & death records.
For such a small room they really gave me a lot of info that I could follow up on.
Link to their web site:
It has been mentioned that BGSU has genealogy resources also but I've never gone there.
It is possible BGSU would have info about their collection on line.
Added by sec412 on Oct 29, 2011 3:53 PM
|sec412 ||Bowling Green, OH|
Wood County Library is open 10 am to 8:30 pm on Monday.
Address 251 North Main; I wasn't driving so I don't really remember exactly where... It seems to me parking is in the back. There might me on street parking but I'm not real sure.
Link to their genealogy section on their web site:
It's been a while since I'd used the web site & it looks like they have 'changed it' from last I was there.
When I visited the library they did have the local newspaper on micro film which you could read & then if anything of interest you could print out.
I had gone to the genealogy society first & they helped me find what issues of the paper would have obits for people I was interested in.
Now to find out about the genealogy society for you.
Added by sec412 on Oct 29, 2011 3:30 PM
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