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Linda J. Morris (#47181309)
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Sharon Lynn Folk
RE: Cain
You certainly know the Cain families. I hate to tell you this, but I am not related. My Aunt Iva Folk married Edgar Cain. Their descendants are related to me. As a matter of fact, one of their children, Ruth Cain Forsythe Lipscomb, was my favorite cousin!Are you in Ohio? There are many, many Cains from Ed and Iva's union.

Added by Sharon Lynn Folk on Mar 10, 2017 8:24 PM

pc
David Franklin DIttamore
Thanks so much for the transfer of David. Very nice surprise. PC

Added by pc on Mar 08, 2017 11:49 AM

pc
RE: Dittamore/Dittemore
Did you get my regular email response? PC

Added by pc on Mar 04, 2017 6:01 PM

Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)
RE: Asking what you think
I have not heard from him for years. Really don't know if he is working find a grave or on it. LOL I just had to say that.

Added by Mary Downing-Mahan (grave... on Feb 09, 2017 2:30 PM

Thomas Glessner Weaver
Palintine and Baden-W
Hi Linda,
Yes Rhineland Palatinate or Rhineland -Pfalz is new to the 20 the century The state of Rhineland-Palatinate dates from 30 August 1946.[4] It formed from the northern part of the French Occupation Zone, which included:[4]

parts of Bavaria (the Rhenish Palatinate)
the southern parts of the Prussian Rhine Province (including the District of Birkenfeld, which formerly belonged to Oldenburg)
parts of the Prussian Province of Nassau (see Hesse-Nassau)
parts of Hesse-Darmstadt (Rhenish Hesse on the western bank of the Rhine)

A referendum confirmed the state constitution on 18 May 1947.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhineland-Palatinate

And the Webers Weaver's are from Großgartach,Liengarten,and Horkheim, Heilbronn, Baden-Württemberg GER.
Today's Baden-Württemberg is formed from the historical territories of Baden, Prussian Hohenzollern, and the Württemberg part of Swabia.[9]

In 100 AD, The Roman Empire invaded and occupied Württemberg, constructing a limes (fortified boundary zone) along its northern borders. Over the course of the third century AD, the Alamanni forced the Romans to retreat beyond the Rhine and Danube rivers. In 496 AD the Alemanni themselves succumbed to a Frankish invasion led by Clovis I.

After World War II, Allied forces established three federal states in the territory of modern-day Baden-Württemberg: Württemberg-Hohenzollern, Baden, and Württemberg-Baden. Baden and Württemberg-Baden were occupied by France and the United States respectively. In 1949, each state became a founding member of the Federal Republic of Germany, with Article 118 of the German constitution providing an accession procedure. On 16 December 1951, Württemberg-Baden, Württemberg-Hohenzollern and Baden voted in favor of a joint merger via referendum.[6] Baden-Württemberg officially became a state in Germany on 25 April 1952.[6

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baden-W%C3%BCrttemberg

Warm regards, Tom Weaver - 7 generations from Johann Enoch Weber/Weaver - cousins 7 times removed:-)

Added by Thomas Glessner Weaver on Feb 07, 2017 3:59 PM

Sammie Pettitt
RE: Sue Green
I can't find out anything because my aunt Sue died. Sorry, Sammie

Added by Sammie Pettitt on Feb 05, 2017 7:29 PM

Sammie Pettitt
RE: Bill and Maxine Green
His second marriage was to my aunt Sue. Sammie

Added by Sammie Pettitt on Feb 01, 2017 2:04 PM

Kathy Topping
Dittemore's
Jamvold, Jeanne
1924-2016

EVEREST, Kan. Alma "Jeanne" Jamvold, 92, Everest, passed away on Sunday, December 11, 2016, at the Maple Heights Nursing Center, Hiawatha, Kansas.

She was born February 14, 1924, in Severance, Kansas, the daughter of John and Alma (Cluck) Dittemore.


Funeral services will be 10 a.m. on Tuesday, December 20, 2016, at the Dishon-Maple-Chaney Mortuary, in Horton, Kansas.

The family will greet friends on Monday evening from 6-7:30 p.m. at the mortuary


www.dishon-maple-chaney.com. As published in the St. Joseph News-Press.

St Joseph News Press Dec 16, 2016

Here is a Dittemore reference regarding her parents

Added by Kathy Topping on Jan 25, 2017 8:32 AM

Sammie Pettitt
RE: Bill and Maxine Green
I have several pictures I found on Ancestry. (You can also) I wish I could email them to you. All the trees have the picture as being Maxine with her father. I wish I had a picture of Bill as a young man.

Added by Sammie Pettitt on Jan 24, 2017 5:19 PM

Judith Vermilion
RE: John Martin Apple
I live in Cottonwood, about half way between Phx and Flagstaff. Would love to meet with you one of these days. My no. is 928 646-0348. If you want the Apple names at Andersonville, I would be happy to provide them. I also work at our local Family History Center. If there is anything I can do for you at the Center, let me know. I'm always pleased to find a long lost "cousin."

Added by Judith Vermilion on Jan 17, 2017 4:58 PM

cmculli
RE: William Christopher
Linda, thanks for the information. Are the photos on ancestry.com? If so, could you send me an invitations to view your tree so that I can look at the photos?
Thanks,

Carl Cullison

Added by cmculli on Jan 16, 2017 5:50 PM

Patrick Cotter
Cotter
My last name is Cotter, and apparently, we are related, however distantly. My father was Charles H. Cotter. He passed in San Luis Obispo from a heart attack in the early 1980's. I can be more precise if you can contact me. I am interested in finding more about ( based on your information), James Cotter.

Added by Patrick Cotter on Oct 27, 2016 5:00 PM

America
RE: Snapps
Yep, that's me. :) Do you need help with anything?

Added by America on Oct 20, 2016 7:23 PM

Elyse Hardin
RE: Winslow
Hi,
Not that town in Okla. Allen families were Stranton, Holdenville---Garvin and Hughes Counties. Names, Blevins, Willoughby, Scott, Gadberry (also in Missouri), and Native American, thus Indian Territory late 1800's.

Never ending is the journey of a tree :)




Added by Elyse Hardin on Oct 07, 2016 10:24 AM

Rich King
RE: Schnepps
Hi Linda,

My daughter owns a house in Maricopa (city not county). She is living in CA now & renting it out for the time being.

I don't have anything on the Schnepps other than what I have be able to discover online. I had never even heard of them before I started genealogy.

Some thoughts on our grandfather Joseph Schnepp:

1. I think it likely that he arrived as an indentured servant.(he apparently traveled alone & his young age)

2. He was definitely Catholic at the time of his 1st marriage to Maria Christina. He converted to Lutheran on 11 Apr 1757. "Peter Nahrgang and Joseph Schnepp, confirmed in the Lutheran religion from the Catholic ..." - Personal Register of the Rev. Daniel Schumacher (Ancestry)

3. He seems to have lived in Windsor Township, Berks County during his marriage to his 1st wife, Maria Christina.

4. It is possible that Maria Christina died from child birth. I have daughter Catherina born about 1770.

5. Joseph married 2nd Anna Elizabeth about 1771 (daughter Maria Magdalena born in Jul 1772). He would have needed a mother for Catherina ASAP...

6. By 1773 Joseph lived in Brunswick Township, Berks County & remained there until his death.

7. At the time of his death, Joseph owned 2 parcels of land: 1 of 50 acres, 1 of 100 acres & was a farmer. 1784 tax list shows Leonard having 100 acres, so maybe this is one of the above parcels.

8. There is some connection (10 years) to Johann Jacob Rausch.
a. 24 Nov 1754 baptism - daughter, Susanna, is burned in a fire at home of Jacob Raush in Windsor Township.
b. 21 Feb 1764 baptism - son, Johann Jacob Schnepp in Windsor Township. One of the sponsors is Johann Jacob Raush. I believe Jacob Raush & Johann Jacob Raush are probably the same person & that Joseph's son was likely named for him.

Rich




Added by Rich King on Oct 03, 2016 10:39 AM

Rich King
Schnepps
Linda,

I live in Palm Desert, CA


Rich

Added by Rich King on Sep 30, 2016 10:50 PM

Rich King
John Francis Snypp 155174546
Hi Linda,

I have just completed work on:
John Francis Snypp 155174546 & his wife Jennie Eudora Kenyon Snypp 155174692.

I was able to find quite a bit & have photos for each.


Rich King (#48494887)

Added by Rich King on Sep 22, 2016 12:44 AM

Rich King
J. Robert "Bob" Snypp 17660333
Hi Linda,

If interested, I have just finished memorials for J. Robert "Bob" Snypp 17660333 & his wife Margaret Josephine Brandon Snypp 17660340.

Robert was the brother of Wilbur Snypp.

Have a couple of pics & bio for each.



Rich King (#48494887)

Added by Rich King on Sep 21, 2016 12:26 PM

Rich King
Carrie Elizabeth Snypp 155240465
Hi Linda,

You sent me the above a while back. I have never been able to discover anything about this person.

There is a Find A Grave memorial for a Carrie Elizabeth Burrows Snypp, but the dates do not line up that closely.

I cannot delete it as you are the creator. I would like to send it back to you & suggest that you delete it.

Do you any further info on Carrie or should I send it to you?


Rich King (#48494887)

Added by Rich King on Sep 21, 2016 12:23 PM

Rich King
Wilbur Snypp 1st wife remarried
Hi Linda,

I sent via email a newspaper clipping of Beatrice Cummins Snypp's marriage to Paul T. Sennett.





Rich King (#48494887)

Added by Rich King on Sep 20, 2016 12:02 AM

Rob
RE: William Kirkpatrick Cutshaw

Added by Rob on Sep 19, 2016 10:56 PM

Rich King
RE: Snypp family
Thank you for your kind words.


Rich

Added by Rich King on Sep 19, 2016 3:04 PM

Harry Bingamon
RE: memorial 155480982
Linda,

Thank you for your quick response and concern. I will look again at the memorials and let you know very shortly. I do have a Bingamon family tree online, on both Ancestry.com and on FamilySearch (the LDS genealogy program). I won't be able to send you family group sheets without knowing your e-mail address. I tried to contact you by the two e-mail addresses I found at Find a Grave, but neither one of them is currently active.

Added by Harry Bingamon on Sep 15, 2016 10:25 PM

Elyse Hardin
RE: Winslow
Hi Linda,
Yes, I do remember you well and your sister. So pleasantly surprised to hear from you.
I live in WY. I don't attend the picnic or class reunions at WHS.
Have been very very active in Find a Grave as volunteer gravesite/headstone photos. Plus our genealogy. I think everyone should have a flower!
Hope all is well with you!

Added by Elyse Hardin on Sep 02, 2016 2:14 PM

Anonymous
RE: Giles Knight 1653 - 1726
Linda - Just a little further information about Giles Knight (1653-1726) and his family. The erroneous information about his birthplace as Surrey, England, appears in several places. His parents, grandparents, etc. all lived in Horsley and Nailsworth in Gloucestershire. Surrey is 90 long miles away - a very long journey away from Nailsworth. There is no official birth record for our Giles because the parish records during that time frame are missing. Just before Giles was born, the English Civil War (1642-1650) took place, ending in the Commonwealth and rule by Oliver Cromwell as Lord Protector (1653-1658). There was a lot of upheaval then and some parish registers have gaps of this period and many have been lost before on or about the 1660's. Apparently, our Giles birth records have not been found, but by the process of where the family had always lived and worked, there is no connection to Surrey. Hope this helps and thank you for correcting this information. Linda

Added by Anonymous on Jun 12, 2016 1:27 PM

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