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Wendi Bevitt (#47326801)
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Bio Photo I have been researching my family history since 1995 (I was 19). My hubby and I have 3 kiddos that love to go "see the stones" and wander cemeteries with me:)

Please feel free to use the pictures of stones that I've submitted to FaG! I don't need to have any copyright to them:) If you are wanting to use the portraits that I have submitted, please ask first though:)
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Linda & Tom Goff
RE: Leona White Gingerich
Hi Wendi, I'm not sure whether or not I ever answered your inquiry. Cleaning out my e-mails today I ran across yours. So sorry, if this is a late reply or a duplicate.

Leona White Gingerich is the wife of my 1st cousin 2x removed, George Walter Gingerich. George is the son of Samuel who is the brother to my great grandmother,Laura Anna Gingerich Ruggs.
Tell me how you are related. Linda
Added by Linda & Tom Goff on May 22, 2017 10:42 AM
S. G. Williams
RE: Tom Claunch
Tom and his family were friends in church and school. if you would send the pictures i would make sure Tom's family would get them. thanks
Added by S. G. Williams on May 18, 2017 4:09 PM
Bonnie Kies
Cleon Robert Crockett Jr. Hi Wendi, my name is Bonnie and I'm writing to ask if I may use the Photo of Cleon on my family tree (ancestry). I will be sure to credit you for the Photo as well as credit to Findagrave and to the US Veteran's Affairs. I thank you and have a good day. Bonnie :) Cleon was my 2nd cousin.
Added by Bonnie Kies on Jan 26, 2017 8:04 AM
Linda & Tom Goff
RE: Leona White Gingerich
Hi Wendi, I have Gingerich's in my direct line, but Leona White Gingerich doesn't appear on my tree. Not saying she doesn't belong...I just don't have her. Who is she married to? Parents? Any bits of info on the Gingerich line you can give me I'll look into.

Merry Christmas...cousin? Perhaps:0) Linda
Added by Linda & Tom Goff on Dec 23, 2016 10:05 AM
Ron Stewart
RE: Jesse F Marshall

Yes, I am related to Doctor Jesse Franklin Marshall but the relationship is very distant. My mother (age 92) is a Marshall from Virginia and long ago I started collecting data on all the Marshalls to whom we are related. Ancestry tells me that Jesse Franklin Marshall is my 2nd cousin 4x removed. Like I said, the relationship is very distant. I am certainly willing to share Marshall notes if you are interested. You can contact me at which is preferable to working through this message board.

Ron Stewart
Added by Ron Stewart on Dec 04, 2016 5:55 AM
S. G. Williams
RE: Tom Claunch
regarding your comment:Tom Claunch
Hi:) My dad served with Tom in Vietnam (in fact he's one of the guys in the pic you posted). How are you related to him? I have some pics that you might like to have of him over there:)

Thanks for the offer of the pictures. If you will send them to me i will get them to his widow. I knew Tom in church and i once dated his brother so i believe i can contact her and his children and i'm sure they would appreciate the pictures. Lost Tom too soon. thanks
my email is
Added by S. G. Williams on Aug 30, 2016 9:05 AM
Harrison Johnston
Find A Grave Memorial# 106773601
Greetings. I came across a comment you made on another contributors page regarding extensive research you were doing on an individuals military service. I'm hoping you might be the person to help me have a break through on my great grandfather. He was said to be an orphan which has made him extremely hard to trace. I have extensive research I'd be happy to share. The one item in particular I'm hoping your expertise can help me with is his military records. I know for a fact he served & if you will look on the above mentioned memorial you will find a copy of his military headstone application. It's full of factual info that I haven't been able to do anything with. If I could find his draft or registration papers they could potentionally provide me with just what I need to continue searching. He served 1917-1919. I know where he was in 1920 & beyond. Usually draft cards lists the persons current address & next of kin. Two clues that I desperately could use! I've tried ancestry & family search with no luck. Would appreciate any help! Thanks for your time!

Added by Harrison Johnston on Jun 19, 2016 2:23 PM
Michael Keltch
RE: Hogans of Osage City, KS
Yes but not close family. They are tied into the Martin family of Osage City. I am related to Henry Martin that came to Osage City in 1867.
Added by Michael Keltch on May 21, 2016 10:17 AM
Ellie's Grandma
Norris at Thorp Cemetery

Thank you so much for taking your time to photograph these stones!

It's much appreciated.

Ellie's Grandma
Added by Ellie's Grandma on Mar 16, 2016 8:15 AM
Art Holmes
RE: Nathan Brobst
Nathan was my GG-grandfather but I do not know if he was involved.
Added by Art Holmes on Mar 02, 2016 9:12 PM
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