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Ann (#46996682)
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Find A Grave is a great genealogy resource. I take pictures of older tombstones and try to get to more obscure cemeteries to provide that special link for someone to an ancestor.
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Linda J. Morris
Forgot to tell you that the family used Coil Coile Kyle and Kole. It was not uncommon to change spellings for the Germans. My line used Coile and Felte made the first change from Gile. And they ept it up for 3 generations.

Added by Linda J. Morris on Mar 06, 2017 6:57 PM
Linda J. Morris
RE: Hannah Mary Hevener
Hello Ann. It has been a while since I messaged you so...I am not sure what you have or where I saw it but..I have George Kile 1730-1787 married to Hannah Mary Heaver 1747-1837. He was the son of Felte Volintine Gile/Kile and his wife Margaret. Felte and Margaret had 6 children when they immigrated on 15 Sept 1749. I take it that it was the date they landed as even that was too late in the year. I do not know which Plaantate they were from but it became Germany in 1850.

George was the 2ed child and was in the Indiana Wars of 1754. My Jacob was the 4 child and he was with George in the Indian Wars and later he signed up for the REV WAR. I do know know if George did. There were 4 boys and 2 girls. I have found family for 4 of them. As for George I only have down to his grandchildren.

Let me know.

Added by Linda J. Morris on Mar 06, 2017 6:51 PM
RE: Maintenance Transfer Request
My wife is as well, so I won't be transferring. Thanks.
Added by CW on Mar 06, 2017 8:15 AM
Linda J. Morris
Hannah Mary Hevener
I am happy to be able to tell you your grandmothers name, She was married to George and he received his military record for fighting in the Indian Wars under the spelling Kile. As far as I know there are 4 spellings of the name, Geil= Kile=Coil and Coile. Oh, by the way, Georges parents were Felte Volintine Geil which he hinmself changed to Coil and his wife Margaret. That was on the ship records, George had 4 brothers and two sisters. Gabriel 1728-1808 m. Rebecca Skidmore==George 1730-7 Feb 1787 m. Hannah Hevener==Martin 1732 m. Barbara==Jacob 1734 m. Margaret Colup. Sisters Barbara & Elizabeth who I know nothing about. All of the children came with them so they were born, and I hesitate to say, what we call Germany today, I never found which Palantate. Germany did not become a nation until about 1850. I have no clue what you have or what more I can give you. I am from Jacob and Margaret. He died in Virginia and Margaret went with his brotheer Gabriel to FAyette Co., Ohio sometime after 1810.

George fought the Indian Wars with Gabriel and Jacob. Jacob and Gabriel were in the REV WAR and that is confirmed with the DAR.

Hope to hear from you and hope I did not confuse you. Not much has been done with our family and I am really too old to start on another family so I am willing to give you everything I have.

Linda Doile Morris
Added by Linda J. Morris on Jan 31, 2017 8:54 PM
RE: Your Bower Memorials in York County, Pa.
Added by Vicky on Dec 17, 2016 4:55 AM
Carol Shobe
David Riddle
Hi Ann,
I have an obit for David Riddle that I assume you might like for his memorial. I came across it in the Illinois State Journal while researching my family. If interested, I will be more than happy to email it to you.

Added by Carol Shobe on Oct 31, 2016 7:41 PM
Hi again. I found his published obituary after I wrote my last note. It spelled his name as Robison, so I changed his memorial to that. The 1869 Springfield city directory had a John M. Robison listed, who was a farmer and living at the same residence as James' obituary gave as residence. The 1868 had a William Robison, laborer, living at that address. I would suspect they are either him or his family which would at least confirm the name Robison.
Added by BjJ on Aug 21, 2016 11:06 AM
James W. Robinson photo request
I found where James was buried but as shown in the photo I attached, his grave is unmarked. Therefore, it is unknown who else perhaps is buried there as the whole plot is nothing but grass. You can always contact the cemetery office to inquire. Their website page is a hotlink on the main cemetery page of Oak Ridge. They usually answer quickly. Ask for the plot card and they will probably send it to you. If I can be of further help, just message me through James' memorial.
Added by BjJ on Aug 21, 2016 10:52 AM
RE: Re Source for John S. Robison
You're very welcome! I'm always very glad when someone appreciates and can use something I posted. It makes the work worth it.
Added by Suellen on Aug 01, 2016 10:23 AM
RE: Re Source for John S. Robison
Hi, Ann,
Nice to hear from you. I found that book because I have a relative in it myself, and I was surprised to see his picture and some of his poetry. It was such a fabulous book full of pictures of mostly unknown people that I posted some of them on FindaGrave. You can find the book yourself by putting in the title "Local and National Poets of America with Interesting Biographical Sketches" in a search engine like Google, and look for the hit from The whole thing is there to read.
Added by Suellen on Aug 01, 2016 10:16 AM
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