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Brenda Wolfe (#47093415)
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 • 7 Memorials Added
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Aaron John Turner
Kenneth Kolp
Hello, I saw the photos you posted on the memorial for Kenneth Kolp. Are you a relative? The family Bible of his paternal grandparents is for sale on ebay:
Added by Aaron John Turner on Mar 22, 2017 5:08 PM
Ann Alfaro
RE: Barrell William and Roxanne
Brenda, I got the articles just fine. I was surprised that there was any money left in the Barrell family, as it seemed that Roxanna and Theodore were dirt poor. Too bad if nobody ever had benefit of it.

Thanks again for your volunteer work.
Added by Ann Alfaro on Sep 24, 2016 3:43 PM
Ann Alfaro
RE: Barrell William and Roxanne
Brenda, Thank you so much for your response to my query. I would be thrilled to have the newspaper article to which you refer.

My e-mail address is:

I also have a g-mail account:

My messages to and from others have been a bit dicey lately, so if you could send your reply to both of the addresses above, that might assure that I received it.

Thanks again,
Ann Barrell Alfaro
Added by Ann Alfaro on Sep 24, 2016 7:48 AM
Ann Alfaro
Goshen Methodist Cemetery, Zanesville, Ohio
The two gravestones pictured in the photo of Goshen Methodist Cemetery on your Find A Grave site are those of my paternal great-great-grandparents, William and Roxanna Barrell. The stone on the left in the picture is that of Roxanna Barrell. The one on the right is that of William Barrell. I have never been able to learn the maiden name of Roxanna. I visited that cemetery in October 2003. Roxanna’s stone bears the inscription “Faithful to her Christ even unto death”.

I have no idea whether, because you have participated in the Find A Grave project, you are researching the Barrell family, or are just a very helpful person who is a "finder of graves” for the rest of us.

If you are researching the Barrell family, I am happy to share my information. I would be pleased to hear from you either way.

Thank you,
Added by Ann Alfaro on Sep 22, 2016 1:15 PM
RE: Herschel Dunn
To get the bond, you would have to go to the NC archives. They don't look up and mail anything to anyone. I went comet where the Dunn's lived and met descendants who still live there. They also gave me a large book (100s of pages) where they paid someone to work the family history. Usually every thing I got was a crumb at a time and suddenly I had an avalanche. If you send me a private email address then I will work with you off the public forum. :)
Added by Dign_Up_Bones on Jan 30, 2015 5:47 AM
Herschel Dunn
Hi Nancy, Received your messages on Herschel. From the NC state archives, I located the Bastardy Bonds where Herschel signed perternity that he was the father of Cicero and Daniel Dickson.

His brother Junius had two daughters that Cicero and Daniel married. They married their 1st cousins.
Added by Dign_Up_Bones on Jan 29, 2015 1:16 PM
Barry L. Seitz
RE: Senah Dunn
You're welcome. Happy to help.

Added by Barry L. Seitz on Jun 09, 2014 10:31 AM
Dominique Potier
RE: photo of Robert S Wolfe
A great honor for me . If you would like a high resolution you can send me a mail to my Mail ;
Added by Dominique Potier on Mar 06, 2014 12:12 AM
Thank you
Brenda - thank you so much for taking a picture of Amelia Waxler Cohagen's headstone. It helps validate that her name was Amelia P, instead of Permelia Amelia.
I will add the picture to my family tree, giving you credit for the photo. Amelia was my Great Great Grandmother.
thanks again.
becky dixon rhodes.
Added by bdixonrhodes on Feb 13, 2013 3:42 PM
William & Mary Allbright

Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to visit the cemetery and photograph the gravestones of William Allbright and his wife, Mary Reece (Jones) Allbright.
I would like to request your permission to use the photos in my family tree files. Of course, I will list you as the source for taking the pictures.
Thanks again for all you do in the name of genealogy.

Theresa AKA Geniereese
Added by Geniereese on Feb 10, 2013 1:17 PM
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