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|Gibbens/Gaeta||RE: John H. Clippinger|
His birthplace in the census as being Ohio is wrong.
next door to Peter, father of Elizabeth
Elizabeth Clippinger 34 F 200 PA
John 11 M PA
Mary 7 F PA
Washington 5 M PA
Peter 3 M PA
1850 Census Ohio Williams County Superior Township Dis No 162 - Index WLSU 77 p. 39 Image p. 7 & 8 Sept 17 microfilm Wichita Public Library
David Griffin 33 Farmer 150 PA
Elizabeth 44 PA
Wm 6 OH
David 5 OH
Lucinda 3 OH
Benj 7/12 OH
John Clippinger 20 Laborer OH [PA]
Mary 17 OH [PA]
Geo 14 OH [PA]
Peter 12 OH [PA]
1860 Census Ohio Williams County Brady Township p. 136
microfilm Wichita Public Library 6 Oct 2002
1860 Census Ohio Williams County Brady Township p. 27 or 136 & 28 po West Unity Image p. 1 June 13 www.ancestry.com
|Jean Wilson||John Davenport|
Thank you, you were absolutely right. This time I traced them back to the 1600's, and one of the puritan families. So this was quite interesting. All the John's and Catherine's was confusing, but after your clue, much easier. So, thank you for the tip! You always take a chance when you try to add info to these memorials, so corrections and tips are always welcome. In the end, there is an interesting memorial to someone that shouldn't be forgotten.
|Barb Kowalski||RE: Harmon Moore|
Thank you for this bit of info. I will update my tree.
|Kevin Frye Andersonville Historian||RE: Abner Ainger|
When I was a historian at Andersonville for the NPS.. I took on a project in 2010 to photograph all of the 14000 Union headstones at Andersonville. The stones had just been cleaned which makes for great clean photos. When the NPS took control of Andersonville NTL cemetery, they replaced a hundred or so of the 1989 headstones with more modern looking stones with engraved name and shield and not the type with the recessed shield. Back in 2009 when Obama was handing out money, a large amount was sent to Andersonville where the Supt. decided to replace these historically inaccurate 1970s stones with new period correct with the recessed shield. Abners headstone was one of these which is why its so clean and white. I have decided to make certain all Find A Grave memorials have their photos at Andersonville which will take some time, but as I check each one, I am adding my photos where they are well... to be honest ,,, better photos. Cheers
Greetings Mrs. Janet,
My name is Jacob, I'm 15 years old, and do family research. I noticed where you manage a memorial for my 5th great uncle, David Hope, and was wondering if you were related to him.
|upnorth||RE: Henry T Talbot|
Thank you so very much for this information!! It is so helpful to me. Beth
Added by upnorth on Dec 24, 2016 5:54 AM
|upnorth||Henry T Talbot|
Do you happen to anything know more about Henry T Talbot buried at Chattanooga National Cemetery? He is a great uncle in my family line.
Thank you for your reply! Beth
Added by upnorth on Dec 23, 2016 7:45 PM
|Joan Wright Romero||Orlando Sabin|
are you related to him?
If we are talking about the same individual, he is my 2nd great grand uncle.
I have his sibs and his parents in my tree.
Can you contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Gail Hinton Seward||RE: Capt. John F. Monroe|
Hi Janet thanks for this info you shared.....
Gail Hinton Seward
|John S. Sims||RE: 14th OH Volunteer Infantry|
OK, now I know. Art asked for marker photos of these soldiers who are very likely among the unknowns. When I said nobody knows which unknown is which(duh-uh...altho' you certainly know that many do have attached data in the register),then he asked me to provide "generic" photos of unknowns at CNC. I complied with a variety of my photos for unknowns in different CNC sections.
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