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Colen Murphy (#47943494)
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Marc G.
Moore Family in Howard Cemetery
Your great (x2) grandparents and great (x2) uncle buried in Howard Cemetery has been transferred to you. Thanks for keeping the "original" {if spell checked worked that night from the previous message} memorial links to these old family members.
Happy Genealogy Hunting.
-Marc G. of Dayton, Ohio
Added by Marc G. on Sep 30, 2012 1:25 PM
Marc G.
RE: Robert Moore b 1823
Good evening very distant cousin,
While your great X2 grandfather was Robert Moore, then your great x2 grandmother would have been Mrs. Lavina Charlotte Elizabeth (nee Zolman) Moore who was the daughter of Peter & Dorothea Lucinda (nee Spears) Zolman. While my grandmother was a Moore also (of Farmington, MO), she was the great-granddaughter of Joel Zolman, the brother of your great (x3) Peter Zolman. You and I share the same great (x4) grandparents, Philip & Elizabeth Zolman, buried in Glenda Cemetery outside of Farmington, MO. Using family links on Find-a-Grave, you will go one farther back in generation entries, great (x5) grandfather, Johann Adam Zollman, born in 1738, immigrated to America with his father in 1754, and died & buried in Frederick County, Maryland in 1811. Adam's parents weres Johann Anton Zollmann of 1706-1792 and Maria Catherina Lieber of 1698 to possibly 1754 {she might have passed away on the crossing to America or passed away before they left Germany}. The Zollmann records end with Johann Anton Zollmann's parents, Johannes Zullmann (1662-1731) & Anna Margaretha Zullmann (1665-1745), our great (x7) grandparents.
Back to Robert Moore in Howard Cemetery, as you probably saw someone else created an entry for him a year after the one I made with family links in 2011. I have asked the Find-a-Grave member if they would be kind enough to delete the duplication but told them they are welcome to post their gravestone picture on the original entry.
Since you are directly related to Robert Moore, do you wish for a transfer of the memorial entry, with the agreement that this stays as the oringanl entry for Mr. Robert Moore with all his family links?
Added by Marc G. on Sep 24, 2012 6:11 PM
 

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