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Gene Dulin (#46799007)
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Bio Photo My home base is Columbus, OH, with easy access to the Ohio Historical Society Archival Library. Researching surnames: DULIN, YOUNG, AMOS, STEITZ, NICHOLS, ROBINSON, HILL, McKITRICK, REDINBO, HYLAND, RADER, FRESHWATER, MARSH. Have 15,000 names on my Family Tree Maker D/B - but am not yet back to Adam & Eve - so I continue! Always glad to help & to get help.
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David & Rhoda (Dulin) Mitchell
Hi. I'm working on genealogy today, specifially the Simmons family. According to the family history, David was considered "the red devil" and Rhoda was the "prettiest girl on the river". Thought you'd appreciate knowing that. Thanks.
Added by LLLuedtke on Dec 09, 2016 4:55 PM
Lynette Jones
RE: Maria Hyland Brown Kelsey
The owner of the other memorial asked me to send a message to Find a Grave to combine the memorials, so I did that.

Thanks much for working on the first husband.
Added by Lynette Jones on Aug 13, 2016 7:38 AM
Linda Liechty
William Webb married to Elizabeth McKitrick
Hello, My name is Linda Liechty and I now live in Delaware County OH where my 3 times great grandparents William Webb and Elizabeth McKitrick once lived, died, and are buried. I was born in Indiana but moved here for my husband's job. It was after I moved here that I discovered that I had "family" in this area! I would love to know more about this couple, than I can find online, and wondered if you had info about them? I understand that William was born in PA but I can find no specific birth records for him or who his parents and siblings are. I don't know when he moved to Ohio, or why, or how he met Elizabeth. They had many children including my 2nd GG, Martin Van Buren Webb, who ended up moving to Indiana. I imagine that I have quite a few distant relatives that still live in the Delaware County area. My great grandpa George Webb died before I was born and my mother who is 91 does not remember the family ever talking about his side of the family. I would appreciate any info you might have or direct me to someone who might have info. Thank you!

Added by Linda Liechty on May 14, 2016 9:04 PM
Donna White
RE: Estelle Maria (Dulin) Lavely
I also have edits in to link in her married sister...might take up to a month for it to go through...Beatrice Godown..donna
Added by Donna White on Apr 04, 2016 7:07 AM
Donna White
RE: Estelle Maria (Dulin) Lavely
I also have edits in to link in her married sister...might take up to a month for it to go through...last name Godown...donna
Added by Donna White on Apr 04, 2016 7:06 AM
Kate Cuneo
RE: Dulin Family
Thank you.
Added by Kate Cuneo on Jun 24, 2015 11:18 PM
Kate Cuneo
RE: Dulin Family
I do the same thing, Holmes is my all time favorite. My favorite Star Trek TNG episode is the one where Data is Sherlock on the holo-deck. Yep, I'm a Trekkie.

May I know your birth year so I may add it to your entry on my tree?


Added by Kate Cuneo on Jun 24, 2015 8:22 PM
Kate Cuneo
Dulin Family

I am a very distant cousin. My 5th great grandparents on the maternal side were John McKittrick & Mary Ross. Their son William was my 4th great grandfather. Another of their sons, James, was the father of Susannah McKittrick, who married Lorenzo Dow Dulin. Their son was Erastus Fields Dulin, who married Rebecca Ann Robinson. Their son was William Tazwell Dulin, who married Sadie Amos. I believe their son, Delmar Leroy Dulin, who married Dot Young, was your father . . . I think that makes us something like 5th cousins, once removed, if I've done the figuring correctly.

I want to thank you for all the work you've done on your branch of the family tree. You've helped fill in a great many gaps, which I deeply appreciate. Would you be terribly bothered if I "borrowed" the photographs you included on the memorials for my tree? I promise, I'm not writing a book, nor do I have any plans to ever publish anything. Everything I have on the family tree is for immediate family only. No one has access to any of my records or notes. To be perfectly honest, since I disproved the Native American connection that was part of our family lore, no one has much interest in any of my Family Tree "nonsense," and they think I'm a quack. I have a Bachelor's degree in History and most of my Masters, I just love doing this.

Oddly, I've found some family resemblances among your photographs. My grandson resembles your dad in the picture of him on the horse, a little blonder, but the features are very close.

Thank you again for all your hard work.

Kate DePauw-Cuneo
Added by Kate Cuneo on Jun 23, 2015 2:14 PM
C.A. Brooman
RE: Francis Edward Uffeman
Thanks for your response about Frank Ufferman.

I know what you mean about this "merging" stuff. I have now encountered it a number of times. Some people now appear to have more than one page, leaving "orphaned" pages that, as you mention, can no longer be changed.

Concerning tombstone repair... I have many of my own ancestors at Oak Grove. (Denison, Stanbery, Mendenhall, etc.)

My great great grandfather, Wesley Denison (who was an engineer and did a whole bunch of work for Oak Grove involving filling in a pond, drainage, etc.), erected a memorial headstone at Oak Grove for his father, John Denison, who died on 27 Jul 1840, and is buried somewhere in Licking county. It is double-sided, with the front being a regular tombstone (birth, death), and the back being a short synopsis of his life (names of parents and wife, year of emigration from Luzerne Co, Pa. to Hebron, Ohio, etc.). The stone has been flaking off on the front, and has become severely worn on the back to the point of illegibility. I was also thinking about replacement (too expensive!) or possibly the addition of an engraved metal plate at the base to record the original dates and wording. Part of the wording at the base of the stone on both sides has already been lost. Some things I already know, but the wording on the back contained information that may have been important.

Added by C.A. Brooman on May 10, 2015 7:02 PM

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