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william (#48013211)
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Bio Photo I'm a novice family researcher interested in the Courtney/Foglesong/Gundlach/Hickerson lines. I'm glad I can support the research efforts of others in this small gesture of cemetery monument research and photos in my geographic area here in Oregon. My own family Courtney research leads me to Troy, PA where my Great (x2) Grandparents John/Jane Courtney made their first home in the US from Ireland and raised their children. I hope one day to find my Great (x2) Grandparent's graves in the Troy/Towanda area. Still searching...
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RE: James Imel
You are very welcome.
Added by Rasmussen-Adams on Oct 14, 2015 9:39 PM
Pam R.
William Shaw
Thanks for the photo. I appreciate your time and efforts:)
Added by Pam R. on Apr 17, 2015 10:02 PM
Dena (Robertson) Knapp
George Rynearson
Thanks for looking for George's headstone.
Added by Dena (Robertson) Knapp on Apr 17, 2015 6:54 PM
Marlene Forsman B.
Theresa Russell
Thank you so much for photographing Theresa's gravestone. She was my father's half-sister and he often drove to visit her in Eastern Oregon. Thanks again.
Added by Marlene Forsman B. on Apr 17, 2015 2:01 PM
Tracy C.
RE: Henry G. Foglesong
Have to love it when they use the same first names. I found something on this Henry and will email it to you. If it's useful, great. If not, no harm done.

Added by Tracy C. on Feb 27, 2015 5:03 AM
Tracy C.
Henry G. Foglesong
Do you know of any relation to him? He would've been born about 1905 and lived in Pulaski County, Virginia in 1923.

Added by Tracy C. on Feb 21, 2015 6:48 PM
Tracy C.
RE: Courtney
I will email you the names. I had found an interesting Wythe County book. It is from county records (1790-1878) that were found in the basement of the courthouse. Most all of the records involve orphans, illegitimate children, and "poor" children. Very interesting as it has records of these children being appointed guardians, single women naming their childs father in court, etc.; information that has been able to make sense of some people's Wythe County brick walls. No Foglesongs, though.


Added by Tracy C. on Dec 13, 2014 8:23 PM
Tracy C.
Did any of your Courtney's live in Wythe County? I had found some info, but didn't know if it was just coincidental that there were Courtney's living in the same county as the Foglesong's.

Added by Tracy C. on Dec 13, 2014 4:32 PM
Doris Aliff

Have you looked at the death records and marriage records here? It may have been listed on one of these records here.
Added by Doris Aliff on Nov 21, 2014 7:31 AM
Tracy C.
Added by Tracy C. on Nov 12, 2014 3:40 PM
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