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|Jenepher & Sandford McElheny (#46630390)|
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I am a wife and mother of five who enjoys genealogy in my "spare" time. I also enjoy digitally repairing and enhancing old photos. I became a find-a-grave contributor because I love to share the info I find with others.|
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Could you please review my edit I have requested....Regards.
|Linda Pickett||Glendening family photos|
I tried your email, it would not work. I have photos of Glendening family that need to go to that side of the family. I am the great-great-niece of Nancy Belville Glendening. I found these in a trunk of my mother's things. Email me if you would like to have these. email@example.com
|J Edwards||RE: Peter Demund|
Thanks for letting me know anyway. Appreciate your help!
|greatgrands||re: Thomas Chalkley/Chockley Leeds|
Hello, thank you for the heads up. I will have to contact the memorial creator for more info, as I'm unsure if this is the same person. Must know for sure before merging. Thanks again.
Thank you so much for adding my edit and transferring the memorial. Much appreciated.
Added by Morford on Apr 21, 2017 3:38 PM
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Griffith transfers|
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||transfers|
Once again, thanks for the transfers..
this is great!!
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Griffith ancestry|
Very grateful.. My Griffith family is spread all over the place..
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Richard Griffith transfer|
Thanks so much
|Roger Rhoads||RE: Mary Ann Pagett Rhoades|
Thank you so very much. My Henry Rhodes (1773-1851) probably attended the Rehoboth church in the 1820-30 era, though none of the family was buried there.
In the 1882 Montgomery Co. history on p. 21, Washington Twp., there is a paragraph on early Methodist Episcopical churches reading, "The next church put up was a log building on land donated by Mathias Pearson, about three miles south of Centerville, on the present Dayton & Lebanon pike. The date given to this church is 1813 or 1814, and the appointment was called Rehobeth. There was a good congregation here for those days, and among the members we note the following: Mathias Pearson, John Roberts, Thomas Swift, -------- Rhodes, -------- Conley. The old log building was used for several years, when it was torn down and a neat brick church erected in its stead. This church was continued to within a few years, when it shared the same fate as its more humble predecessor. At present, there is no building on the lot."
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