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ArtFord (#47026981)
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Dottie Meadows
Clyde J. Ford
Hello Art,
I added Clyde's middle name to his memorial page that you created, also a copy of his certificate of marriage.
Dottie

Added by Dottie Meadows on Jan 12, 2017 9:52 PM

Patt Findley Freedman
Addison B. Ford
Art: I am searching for the man above. He married Sallie Bolling from Buckingham Co. Was in the Civil War and they moved to Neely's Bend, Tn. Born 1845. Is this a familiar name to you?

Patt

Added by Patt Findley Freedman on Jul 21, 2016 3:59 PM

Richard Harness
misplaced obituary
You left an obituary for Alvin Daniel Willis on Raymond Lee Alleys memorial. You might want to correct this.

Added by Richard Harness on Jan 01, 2015 6:21 PM

Kelly Jane O
RE: Moon
Thanks again Art !

Added by Kelly Jane O on Dec 06, 2014 4:38 AM

Kelly Jane O
Moon
Art, thanks so much for remembering the Moon's are my family. I APPRECIATE your kindness.

Added by Kelly Jane O on Dec 05, 2014 12:20 PM

Dottie Meadows
RE: Transfer
Hello Art,
Mary Eva Trexler is a daughter to William Trexler. You need to connect her to him. I just posted her obituary on her memorial page. Thanks.
Dottie

Added by Dottie Meadows on Nov 21, 2014 12:38 AM

Dottie Meadows
Mary Trexler
Art,
I hope this makes you happy!
Dottie

Added by Dottie Meadows on Oct 17, 2014 1:33 PM

Mike B.
Thomas Gunn
I transferred Thomas to you. Glad you have pictures of him. He's no kin to me.

Added by Mike B. on Jul 21, 2014 3:56 PM

Chris Smith
RE: TRANSFER
Thank you. It means a lot to me. Chris

Added by Chris Smith on Mar 10, 2014 11:21 AM

Chris Smith
Mildred Carol Bishop
Would you please transfer this memorial 126106925 to me. She was a special friend of the family. Thanks Chris 46966768

Added by Chris Smith on Mar 09, 2014 6:21 PM

Sonia ღNANCEღ Roberts
RE: NANCE FAMILY
Sorry as of yet I have no children listed for Wilbert Nance and Margaret Ford {Not my line but I research all Nance lines). I'll leave in my notes your looking.

Added by Sonia ღNANCEღ... on Feb 08, 2014 6:43 AM

GJ
RE: SUGGESTION: Cashion
Thank you. I do understand and respect your decision. GJ

Added by GJ on Jun 17, 2013 1:16 PM

Donna
RE: Memorial# 11316202
In 2005 it was not against Find A Grave policy and existing memorials were allowed to stay. You can verify this with any of the Admins.

Added by Donna on Mar 30, 2013 5:23 PM

Kelly Jane O
Camilla Moon
Thanks so much for letting me know. I APPRECIATE your help.

Added by Kelly Jane O on Feb 23, 2013 1:45 PM

PoqRy11
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 93978763
Hi,
It seems to be a mistake. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I will remove the picture from the memorial. The correct memorial for that photo is 93978565.
Ryan

Added by PoqRy11 on Feb 07, 2013 11:52 AM

Laura Hawley-Jarvis
Ignatius, John Ignatius, William Trexler
Hello Art,
Please be kind enough to add the following information with my book as your source to your find a grave site. I had the three graves marked of William, Ignatius and John Ignatius Trexler. I have cited my book as the source and most of the information came from Donn Gregory Trexler who has been the tireless researcher in the Trexler Family.
Many Thanks! Laura Hawley-Jarvis

Ignatius Trexler, (found in the records under thee names: Dreckseler, Trucksall, Trexlear, Reseler, Dresler, Preseler, Truxall, Tresslear), b.c. 1787, by Trade a Cooper, m. Anna (Nancy) Murray on November 8, 1812 at St. Johns German Catholic Church in Baltimore, Md., they moved to Richmond, Va. in 1817. At the rank of Corporal, he served in the Battles of North Point and Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, Md., War of 1812. Buried at Shockoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Va.,
known children:
John Joseph Trexler, b. October, 1813, a Cooper by Trade, lived in Franklin Co., Va., never m., buried at Mt.Calvery Cemetery, Richmond, Va.
William Trexler, b. August 11, 1815, d. February 8, 1855, a Cooper by Trade, m. Nancy Ann Ellis, daughter of Jeremiah and Virginia Ellis, 5 children
Appolonia Julia Trexler (Abby Gail) b. May 2, 1817, bapt. at St. Johns German Catholic Church, Baltimore, Md., sponsors to her bapt. were Rsh.29, m. William Miller July 6, 1839. She d. May 9, 1850 in Richmond, Va.
Mary Ann Trexler b. July 7, 1821, m. Christian S. Allbrecht on February 16, 1842, children Joseph Allbrecht, Eutaw Allbrecht, Christian Allbrecht
Rosetta Trexler b. October 8, 1825, m. Gottlieb Allbrecht
(Allbright), June 22, 1843, children: Mary Louise, Nonnie m. Wm. Kuhn, Margaret m. Christian Schneider, Virginia m. Robert Shilling



William Trexler, b. August 11, 1815, bapt. at St. John's German Catholic Church, Baltimore, Md., by Trade a Cooper, m. Nancy Ann Ellis on May 29, 1843, (she was the widow of James Hughes), d. February 8, 1855, in Richmond, Va., Funeral Mass said at St. Peters Catholic Church, Richmond, Va., buried at Shockhoe Hill Cemetery, Richmond, Va., known children:
John Ignatius Trexler b. September 2, 1844 d. April 26, 1905 m. Mary A. Elizabeth Simpson, 6 children
Rosetta Trexler b. March 17, 1847 d. May 13, 1857
Isabella Trexler b. October 15, 1849 d. October 12, 1851
Joseph Trexler b. September 23, 1852 d. May 21, 1857
William Trexler b. May 8, 1855 d. June 3, 1931 m. Mary Margaret Poh (Poe), 6 children
note: after her husbands death in 1855 Nancy Ann Ellis (Hughes) Trexler m. Albert Liggon, a Policeman with the City of Richmond, Va., known children:
Reuben Henry b. February 3, 1858 m. Sarah children, Edgar and Nellie. Alonzo Columbus b. April 5, 1864, m. Willie Ann Wright, children, Ivy E., Annie Alease, Lottie Dell, Alonzo, Jr., Willie Pleasant, Ruby May, Irvine Edgar @
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John Ignatius Trexler, Txler, b. September 2, 1844, in Richmond, Va., m. Mary A. Elizabeth Simpson, daughter of James M. and Sarah Simpson of Buckingham Co., Va., on September 6, 1865. He served in both the Confederate States Army and Navy. It is believed that his employment at Tredegar Iron Works, which made armaments for the Confederacy, had influence on his dual military service. He d. on April 26, 1905 and is buried in Riverview Cemetery, Richmond, Va., known children:
1. Isabella Trexler b. April 29, 1866, m. Charles Dance, m.second Powhatan J. Dance who was nicknamed "Pop" and had no children, known children by Charles Dance:
Mrs. J.A. Carter
Mrs. Albert Haas
Mrs. William Wright
Mrs. H.D. Pettis
Ella Dance m. Cole
Loretta R. Dance
Annie Phippen Dance
Lawson H. Dance

2. John Joseph Trexler b. April 2, 1876, a Commercial Painter, m. Lena Madeline Bennett,(*Totty) known children:
Joseph Edward Trexler, Sr., m. Helen Leary and had Joseph Edward Trexler, Jr., Francia L. Trexler, and Madelyn Trexler, Frank James Trexler (noted Richmond,Va. Baseball Player), m. Ruth S. Bowles, children Donald Lee Trexler, Frank James Trexler, Jr.,
Violet Trexler m. Dewey W. Blanton
Mary Trexler m. Lee Tyler
Eunice Trexler m. Robert Winfrey Shepherd
note: Lena Madeline Bennett m. first a Totty and had Estelle Totty and Hazel Totty

3. James Washington Trexler, b. February 22, 1878, Shop Foreman at Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad, m. Lottie May Perkins, daughter of Egbert A. Perkins and his wife Emma K. nee Seay, known children:
John Joseph Trexler m. Margaret (Mary) Virginia Talley, and had Herbert Julius, John Joseph, Jr., Robert Earl, George Herndon, Margaret, Joyce Ann, Lottie May, Mable Lorraine
Grace Bell Trexler m. Carlyle Noel and had the following children, William Carlisle, James Leslie, Marian Coleman, Alvin Douglas, Grace Laverne and Delores Ann
Mable Lorraine Trexler m. Percy Linwood Butler and had the following children, Edith May, and James Linwood.
James Herman Trexler m. Helen Gertrude Fines and had the following children: Charlotte Ann and Rose Edith
Ruth Virginia Pastora Trexler d. in her early 20's unmarried.
Walter Ignatius (Edward) Trexler m. Nettie M. Blair and had the following children, Walter Warren, Nancy
Edward Coleman Trexler m. Mary Ida Hicks, children, Edward Coleman, Jr., Mary Diane, Peter Lynn, Jeremiah
Gladys May Trexler m. Earl Kessler Auld, d. childless
Daisy Adelaide Trexler b. June 15, 1915 m.John Edward Hawley and had the following children, Laura Mae,and Betty Sue. Daisy Adelaide Trexler m. 2nd Horace Beverly Childress, Sr. and had no children.

Herbert Leslie Trexler, d. as a baby

4. Charles Herndon Trexler, Sr., b. March 20, 1881, a Machinist, m. Etta May Johns daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Alexander Johns, nee Elizabeth F. Roach, children: Lucille Herndon Trexler m. John Schluter and then John Basala
Minor Davidson Trexler m. John Letcher Stone
Marian May Trexler m. Newell Hamilton Houchens
Evelyn Edward Trexler m. Silas Westly Craps
Carlton Urban Trexler m. Grace
Charles Herndon Trexler, Jr., nickname "Doc" m. Pearl Estelle Gerhardt, child, Donn Gregory Trexler

5. Nancy McCarthy Trexler, b. May 8, 1885, m. Arthur T. Ford, d. January 1930 in Richmond, Va., children:
Georgie Ford m. a Trainum then James H. Burns
Mrs. H. B. Tucker
Doris Ford


William Trexler, Txler, was b. on May 8, 1855, in Richmond, Va. He was by Trade a Builder. He m. Mary Margarett Poh (Poe) daughter of Jacob and Eva Poh who were both b. in Germany. He built the old Henrico Courthouse and much of his work is seen today in the Fan District of Richmond. He d. June 3, 1931, known children:
William Trexler, III, m. Addie Webb, and had Marie T. m. Heath, George Nelson Trexler, Robert G. Trexler, stepchildren: William E. Trexler, Mrs. Charles Burnner, Mrs. Leo Kudig
Charles Augustus Trexler b. April 6, 1876 in Richmond, m. Susie B.Davis, children Sara B. Trexler and Charles William Trexler.
Rosa Alice Trexler b. September 5, 1882 d. July 12, 1918
Eva Trexler b. June 15, 1884, d. February 2, 1920
Jacob Eddie Trexler b. March 8, 1878 d. May 30, 1895
Minnie Trexler m. M. Wardell then Bernard Morgan she d. October 8, 1928.
Elizabeth Trexler b. c. 1751, named by mother as youngest daughter, John Strickler of Hellam Twp., Pa., her guardian
Margaret Ford
Harden Gartney Ford
Mowray A. Ford
Clyde J. Ford

6. Bertha McCarthy Trexler b. June 1, 1888, m. Clyde H. Childress, d. May 20, 1964, no children.



SOURCE Traxel, Trexel, Trexler, Trissler, Trostle, Troxel, A Resource Book, Laura Hawley, Heritage Books, Inc., 2000 ISBN 0-7884-1453-4


Laura Hawley
mooring62@aol.com

Added by Laura Hawley-Jarvis on Jan 30, 2013 5:35 PM

Nancy Larkin
RE: Photo of memorial
I'm happy to have been able to help!

Added by Nancy Larkin on Jul 27, 2012 10:02 AM

Reggie Sutton
RE: Memorial Transfer
My uncle passed last year, see Find A Grave Memorial# 65863258. He had several assignments but the Burley Bible Church was home.

Added by Reggie Sutton on Apr 25, 2012 9:13 PM

Reggie Sutton
RE: Memorial Transfer
Art...Very interesting bio. My uncle was with Village Missions for years, Rev. Dale Sherman (Find A Grave Memorial# 65863258).

Reggie

Added by Reggie Sutton on Apr 25, 2012 4:28 PM

PorcelinaSoma
RE: Trexler Transfers
Not a problem. I was glad to do it! And I figure that, at this point, we've interacted through Find A Grave enough to warrant our being Find A Grave friends, haha!

Added by PorcelinaSoma on Apr 17, 2012 7:33 AM

Robin Farley Dixson
RE: Transfers
If you don't want to keep them. I have no problem taking them.

Added by Robin Farley Dixson on Mar 27, 2012 5:49 AM

BookGoddess
Setser folks
I can't add a link to a daughter. The way links work is that parents have to be linked on the daughter's memorial. Sorry.

P.S. You don't need to own the parents' memorials to do this. Just copy the memorial number and enter it on the daughter's memorial.

Jody

Added by BookGoddess on Feb 15, 2012 6:59 PM

Chris Smith
RE: Family Link
Art, could you check the memorial number you sent me. I think it has 1 to many numbers in it. Chris

Added by Chris Smith on Feb 01, 2012 11:19 AM

Patt Findley Freedman
RE: Smile
Art:

Thank you for your kindness. Today - it goes a long way....and Jesus said, "Be ye kind to one another: Amen Patt with no shoes on!

Added by Patt Findley Freedman on Jan 26, 2012 2:12 PM

Jeffry Burden
RE: Trexler
Can you tell me anything about the Trexlers who are buried at Shockoe Hill Cemetery -- relationships to each other, etc.?

Added by Jeffry Burden on Jan 26, 2012 10:51 AM

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