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Peggy Schul Biever (#46948563)
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Melissa McGlocklin
RE: Bayer
They are kin to my boyfriends half brothers so I am helping his half brother with some family conections

Added by Melissa McGlocklin on Mar 12, 2017 12:46 PM

soilsister
RE: Photo
no problem ... I will be posting a load more graves of corozal as I am just back from Panama and have +- 2000 more pics to add

regards from france

Marijke

Added by soilsister on Aug 15, 2016 3:07 PM

Doy G
RE: Jerry Myer Liebau
Thank you for getting back to me about this!

Might you want to put a note in his bio that he may have been named after his mother's brother, Jeremiah M. Ingram?

Thanks! Doy

Added by Doy G on Jun 04, 2016 7:01 PM

Gilly (inactive)
RE: Kappenman's at Dolton Cemetery
great, thanks!

Added by Gilly (inactive) on May 20, 2016 8:07 PM

Gilly (inactive)
Kappenman's at Dolton Cemetery
Peggy, I am divesting myself of every memorial I have created except for immediate family, are you interested in my memorials from Dolton for management purposes?

Added by Gilly (inactive) on May 20, 2016 3:29 PM

Doy G
RE: Jerry Myer Liebau
Hi, and thank you for getting back to me.

He is listed as Jeremiah in the 1900 census, when he was 14 and still living with his parents. His mother, Rachel J. (Ingram) Liebau had a brother Jeremiah M. Ingram, who went by "Jere". Rachel and Jeremiah' mother, Jane Malissa (Savage) Ingram, had a brother Jeremiah "Jerry" Savage, who was my great-great-grandfather.

Seems likely that Rachel's brother Jeremiah was Jeremiah Myer Ingram???

I wonder who Jeremiah Myer was!

I still believe, based on all of the above, that Jerry Liebau was named "Jeremiah" at birth.....

Thank you, Doy

Added by Doy G on Mar 19, 2016 6:57 PM

David Blewster Knight
RE: Robert Albert Griffiths
No objection. Please use the photo as you see fit. David.

Added by David Blewster Knight on Mar 13, 2016 4:35 PM

Richard LaBille
Mothers Name
Mary's mothers name was- Maranda J Ledbetter, Labille... Fathers name was John T Labille...
Mary was born in Illinois..
Richard B LaBille

Added by Richard LaBille on Jan 19, 2016 5:21 AM

Andrew
RE: Martha Ann Watson Green #114528154
Thank you - I have no objection to you using the photo on her memorial, as long as you give me credit. Thank you for asking. Andrew

Added by Andrew on Jan 08, 2016 10:26 PM

Janice Justice Miller
RE: Katie Maw
Give me a few days. I'll see if I can find it.

Added by Janice Justice Miller on Nov 23, 2015 7:04 PM

Janice Justice Miller
RE: Katherine Driver Romans Justice
Then Charles Martin Romans would be Ed Romans brother. Ed was the one who married into the Justice family, as well as did his mother. No blood relations but a little like "I am my own grandpa". 😜Glad I could help. I have a nice picture of Katie Maw somewhere if you don't have one. Janice

Added by Janice Justice Miller on Nov 23, 2015 1:13 PM

Janice Justice Miller
RE: Katherine Driver Romans Justice
Hi, Peg. Glad I could help. I said everyone in this cemetery was blood related except Katie Ma. I will correct myself. My dad's brother Charles' wife Ella Artis was not blood related. David Romans and Dottie Lou Cole were bro and sister and were grandchildren of Katie Ma. They were also grandchildren of Charles and Ella Justice. Charles and Ella's daughter Esteline married Katie Ma's son Ed Romans. Is this your son-in-laws line? Esteline and Ed are not buried there. Esteline died while the family lived in Massachusetts and I suppose is buried there, but I'm not sure. Dottie Lou and her family lived near Cincinnati and Esteline stayed with them at times and may have been buried there. I'm contradicting myself here but if you are doing genealogy work just pointing directions to look. If it's important to you I could find out. I occasionally hear from Faye Romans Clevenger. She is Estelines sister. Never know where this genealogy will take you.

Added by Janice Justice Miller on Nov 21, 2015 9:05 PM

Janice Justice Miller
RE: Catherine Romans Justice
You're welcome, Peggy. As I said, everything I post is accurate or I don't post it. Catherine Romans Justice was my step-grandmother. The family called her Katie maw. She was a midwife who birthed my mother's brother's wife's baby. She was a nanny for my oldest sister (Lorene Justice Hern's only child. This was after grandpa died. Her son Ed Romans married my father's brother (Charles's) daughter Esteline. They had several children, Faye (still living) Dorothy or Dottie Lou died of MS and David (killed in auto accident). Last two buried in this cemetery. Maybe more children. All I can think of at the moment.

Added by Janice Justice Miller on Oct 15, 2015 3:58 PM

Jayne Beers
RE: Enos and Lavina Shank Beard
Peggy:

>Thank you for posting the photos of Lavina Shank >and Enos Beard.

You're welcome.

>Would you have any objection to the use of your >photos in my personal database and my private >Ancestry family tree?

You are more than welcome to use the photos in your database and family tree.

I have family connections to the Stanton & Beard families, but I don't see a connection yet with your families. If you have additional information on any of these individuals and their ancestors that would be great!

Added by Jayne Beers on Sep 28, 2015 11:15 AM

kimowolf3
RE: Sydney Mercer Murphy
Peggy, Thanks for the reply. I found Mercer documents at the Belmont County genealogy library. I also found a published genealogy that indicates Gen. Hugh Mercer is not in a direct line to Sydney. So the Atlas reference may mean an indirect lineage back in Scotland or Ireland. I have a DAR copy of Sydney's Bible that shows birthdates of hers and John's children. If you know of the original, I would like to observe the Bible and possibly copy. Dean Kees told me the original Bible is somewhere in Newcomerstown.
Jim Wolfe
jim_wolfe21@hotmail.com

Added by kimowolf3 on Jul 08, 2015 7:25 PM

April Smith-Buell
RE: Mario V. Brack
Yes of course. I can also transfer the page over to you.

Added by April Smith-Buell on Jun 14, 2015 9:25 PM

crawlings
RE: Eliza McConnaughay
I don't have a lot of information about Mary "Polly" Parsons. She was born April 24, 1797 in VA and I believe she must have died before 1850. She was married first to James McConnaughay. You probably have sufficient information about him. After McConnaughay died, Polly married Jonas Brooks "J.B." Wood on July 19, 1847 in Daviess County, IN. I'm not sure when Jonas Wood died, but there is a Jonah B. Wood on the U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedule who died in 1850 in Daviess County, IN at age 70. The dates seem to indicate this might be Jonas. Polly's father was Benjamin Parsons, born March 9, 1771 in Pittsylvania County, VA. He died June 26, 1837 in Rockcastle County, KY. He married Sarah "Sally" Burton Forsythe in 1790. She was born November 18, 1774 in VA and died September 5, 1825 in Rockcastle County, KY. There

Added by crawlings on Mar 14, 2015 11:18 AM

crawlings
RE: Eliza McConnaughay
Eliza's parents were Mary "Polly" Parsons and James McConnaughay. Mary "Polly" Parsons is the sister of my 2nd great grandfather, Harrison Green Parsons.

Added by crawlings on Mar 13, 2015 6:57 PM

Big Sur Baby
RE: Donna Lee Mercer
Peggy,
You can use anywhere you need. Thanks for asking. Sylvia

Added by Big Sur Baby on Mar 13, 2015 10:16 AM

crawlings
Eliza McConnaughay
I have made the correction you requested on this memorial. I am only distantly related; if you would like to have this memorial, I will be glad to transfer to you.

Added by crawlings on Mar 09, 2015 2:21 PM

civilwarbuff
RE: Richard H. McCool
your welcome. If he's your relative I'll transfer it to you.

Added by civilwarbuff on Feb 11, 2015 5:01 PM

Zeno
RE: McConahay
You may use my pictures for those purposes.

Added by Zeno on May 22, 2014 9:17 PM

Leon Barton
RE: Ivy Konkel Winkleman
You are welcome to use my photos. Thank you for asking.

Added by Leon Barton on Apr 07, 2014 11:35 AM

Denmother
RE: Walter E. Sortore
Thanks for letting me know! Helping to find missing family makes the effort worthwhile.

-Laurie

Added by Denmother on Apr 05, 2014 9:53 AM

Denmother
RE: Walter E. Sotore
Hi Peggy, please feel free to use my photo however you wish.

-Laurie (Denmother)

Added by Denmother on Apr 04, 2014 8:16 AM

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