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H. Bundy (#46837514)
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RE: Edith Young Hall
So, an update. That actually is Edith, but she has no grave marker. (Her husband does, however).
Added by HT on Jul 27, 2017 3:42 PM
Jan Franco
RE: Alice Roberts Abell -- FAG #37561586 AND 21572858
transferred to you.
Added by Jan Franco on Jul 09, 2017 6:53 PM
Abel in Arcadia
In the Arcadia Champion dated June 5, 1903 on page 1, column 2 there is the following article:
Mr. Abel departed for his home in Watervliett Mich., taking Mrs. Abel with him. Mrs. Abel expects to live there with her sons for the remainder of her life.
I posted a picture of the obit from the microfiche reel from the historical library in Lincoln Nebraska today.
I also have a photo of the above notice if you are interested.
Added by Starlight on Jul 07, 2017 5:46 PM
RE: Edith Young Hall
I requested her but ran out again before I could request the person I know is her husband. :( But now, we wait.
Added by HT on Jul 06, 2017 12:36 PM
RE: Edith Young Hall
I'm not related to her (I don't think) I just really like a challenge and I had nothing to do haha. Hope I helped a bit, I'll photo request her when I have some and we can see it she is who I think she is.
Added by HT on Jul 06, 2017 7:36 AM
Edith Young Hall
Hi, I saw your message on Rebecca (Glass) Young's page, 100750787 if you do not recall. (though it was 2 days ago, so I would hope you do.)

The daughter of Robert Bruce and Rebecca (Glass) Young, Edith had the full name upon marriage of Edith Leah R. (Young) Hall or Edith Laura (Young) Hall. Her marriage license supports the former name, her baptism record the latter. She was born 21 Sep 1880 in Tidioute, Pennsylvania and baptized 20 Jan 1884 in the Tidioute Presbyterian Church.

She married Jacob Hall, Jr., son of Jacob and Mary (Bell) Hall. They got married 2 Sep 1910 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio. Jacob was originally from Ashland, Kentucky, and was born in approximately 1881. They lived together in Middletown, Butler county, Ohio.

They had one son, John J, who lived with her up until the 1940 census. Jacob died somewhere between the 1920 and 1930 censuses. According to his find a grave profile (75900691), he died in an automobile accident in 1920. However, I have no source for this information. Edith continued to live in Middletown after his death.

Based on these facts, I am positing that Edith's place of burial is also in Middletown, and that this is her profile - 180766883 - made just a week ago yesterday. However, with no picture and little information, I cannot be certain until there is a photo request sent in, which I will do when I have an open one (or you can do if you wish, as I will likely not have any the next few days).

I hope this information helps you.
Added by HT on Jul 04, 2017 9:32 PM
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 36084057
Very welcome you are very welcome. He was the husband of a distant relative so I did not have any issues transferring it to you. Happy Hunting
Added by Shari on Jun 20, 2017 7:26 PM
Todd Whitesides
RE: George Cotton, Esquire, FAG# 123493948
There is a fully documented pedigree for the Cotton family of Wrenbury in Wrenbury Wills and Inventories, 1542-1661, and you are definitely barking up the wrong tree with your Cotton line.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Jun 06, 2017 9:54 AM
Todd Whitesides
RE: George Cotton, Esquire, FAG# 123493948
He had two sons named Thomas because a later son was given that name after the earlier died. There is no other son Thomas.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Jun 06, 2017 8:11 AM
RE: Per your response...
The only place I would have gotten that info is from one of the family trees on Rootsweb. Unfortunately those come and go as people get tired of endless emails, and I don't see it up there anymore. Sorry, that's the best I can tell you
Added by skye on May 09, 2017 12:07 PM
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