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Angie M. York/McCallister/Lewis (#47909147)
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My main lines are York, Anderson, Biddle and Anthony, but i do work on all the other lines that are linked in with them. I am willing to help, with the info i have on my lines.
We started this tree about 1984. It was harder then, ppl didn't use the internet to work on family trees, you had to make calls, write letters, go places to look things up, things like that. After a few years i started my family and worked alot, so there wasn't much time to work on it, so much wasn't done. About a year i put it online. I have gotten so much more info in the last year, then we ever did the old way. Gotta love the internet. Now i have more time to work on it. I will try my best to keep everything updated. Thank You Everyone.

York Family Flower is the White Rose.
White roses are given to those who are innocent, reverent, and pure. They are very commonly used in weddings. They can also be given as a sign of secrecy. A white rosebud is used to show girlhood.

A white rose that has been dried means "Death is Preferable to Loss of Virtue". A withered white rose represents fleeting beauty, or given to show that no impression was made.

-War of Roses-
Wars of the Roses, (145585), in English history, the series of dynastic civil wars whose violence and civil strife preceded the strong government of the Tudors. Fought between the Houses of Lancaster and York for the English throne, the wars were named many years afterward from the supposed badges of the contending parties: The white rose of York and the red of Lancaster.
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Joseph STAHLE of North Carolina formerly Germany
See link #58328682 created by me treerpgmo which I have merged to link #149551903 created by Dennis York (#47405652). Joseph STAHLE is the husband of Elizabeth (SMITH) STALEY [link # 149552384] and they are the parents of Conrad STALEY [link # 58328520], Adam Jacob STALEY [link # 59396133], and Martin STALEY [link # 58330973].
Added by treerpgmo on Aug 25, 2017 5:48 AM
D. R. Walls
Berry York
Angie, I noticed your York contributions are Berry and his descendants. Are you descended from Berry...or his brothers? His mother Catherine ["Catharina" in her church German-language birth record] was 2nd cousin to my g.g.g.grandfather.
Added by D. R. Walls on Jan 13, 2017 10:34 PM
Gayle Bozarth Edge
Hedger/ Bozarth
Hi you made a memorial for a child of Mary C Bozarth on find a grave. Do you know where Mary is Burried ? Do you have any more family info? It is one of my lines . Mary and my great grand father Jeramiah were siblings. So I think if you are related we would be cousins, 3rd once removed I think? My name is Gayle Edge Maiden name was Bozarth.
Added by Gayle Bozarth Edge on Dec 16, 2016 6:56 AM
John Page
R.W. Grantaff, mem. 38772444

Thank you for the info. on Ralph W. I am interested in his 1st. wife Bertha A. Page who he married 4 Apr 1903 DeKalb Co. In. I know him and Bertha and her mother Margaret Page were living in Elkhart Co. In. in 1910. Other than that, I can't find any info. on her, I do know who her parents were.

Any info. greatly appreciated

Largo, Fl.
Added by John Page on May 25, 2016 10:18 AM
RE: Raymond Imel
I have deleted the memorial but my posting was three days previous to yours.
Added by RATU50 on Mar 17, 2016 3:03 PM
Diana Davis-Marshall
James and Howard Fewell
Thank you for your research. I've added what I hadn't had, before.
Added by Diana Davis-Marshall on Feb 27, 2016 10:44 PM
Omer Custer
Hi, Angie,

Omer said he was born in Jefferson County, Indiana on his marriage application to Daisy Marie Thornton. They were married on December 20, 1914. Thanks for your suggestion. It's not uncommon to find a lot of incorrect information on marriage applications though. You may be right in the end. He wrote his name Omer Clarence Custer, too. Sometimes they did that if they preferred to use their middle name. Who knows. Thanks for your help.

Added by SimonH on Feb 07, 2016 1:21 PM
Frances "Frankie" Grochowski
John F. Green
Angie, I added the information you submitted for Mr. Green. Thanks for your help. Frankie
Added by Frances "Frankie" Grochow... on Aug 31, 2015 2:09 PM
Carol Ballinger
RE: Lucian A
I have deleted this from Maplewood. I think I got the info from the library.
Added by Carol Ballinger on Jun 19, 2015 4:59 AM
Marjorie McCampbell Etchell
Elmer Lowery Fowler
May I transfer Findagrave #53643971, Elmer Lowery Fowler, to you? He does not seem to be part of my Wadleigh family.
Marjorie McCampbell Etchell
Added by Marjorie McCampbell Etch... on Feb 20, 2015 4:36 PM
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