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Billie {Wolfe} King (#47245044)
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2patriots
130189250 Sarah Wentworth Vail
In the note you left with the flowers for Sarah you have dates. What happened on those dates and what is your source please?
Added by 2patriots on May 16, 2017 4:04 AM
Dana Wilson
Westerman Family
Hi I am researching our Westerman side of the family. My husband is the great grandson of Laura Avis Westerman who married Ralph Thornton. Do you have any family history that could help me?

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Added by Dana Wilson on Apr 16, 2017 11:57 AM
Richard Nuss
RE: William Calvin (Buck) Grider
Minnie May Vandenberg was born July 1892 or 1893 married to William Calvin (Buck) Grider. She was from Vernon County Missouri.
Added by Richard Nuss on Apr 09, 2017 7:05 PM
Richard Nuss
RE: William Calvin (Buck) Grider
My 92 year old grandmother born in 1925 has a sister born 1923 both born in vernon Mo. Vandenberg family is found in all census in Nevada County. Mo.
Added by Richard Nuss on Apr 06, 2017 9:49 AM
Richard Nuss
William Calvin (Buck) Grider
I am the great grandson of William Calvin Grider and Minnie May Vandenberg. I've been searching for any information and unable to find anything. My maternal grandmothers birth certificate is the only documentation I found both names together until I came across William Griders grave on here. Any information you are able to share with me would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Richard Nuss on Apr 05, 2017 7:36 PM
Richard Nuss
William Calvin (Buck) Griders great grandson
I am the great grandson of William Calvin Grider and Minnie May Vandenberg. I've been searching for any information and unable to find anything. My maternal grandmothers birth certificate is the only documentation I found both names together until I cam across William Griders grave on here.
Added by Richard Nuss on Apr 05, 2017 7:32 PM
ruth brown egan
memoriali# 173526792 John Wasson
Eating humble pie here again. It tastes....real and plain, but ok. I knee jerked into John Franklin Wasson, but it is NOT right. SOOOOOOO , I hit the research trail again to find the real one. Any help you can offer will still be very appreciated. Sincerely and humbly, and blessings, Ruth Egan (:
Added by ruth brown egan on Apr 01, 2017 2:23 PM
ruth brown egan
memorial # 59496875 Joseph Wasson
Addendum continued! See the father and grandfather on this site. This shows the relationships I was trying to describe out of Ulster Northern Ireland. The father of Joseph Weisen 1718/1725) and Archibald (1714) is John Weisen (1701), who fought in the Seige of Londonderry.This means that my continuous line to Ireland is complete on find a grave, thanks in part to Bill Hahn and many others. More Blessings, (: Ruth Egan
Added by ruth brown egan on Apr 01, 2017 2:04 AM
ruth brown egan
memorial # 173 526 792 John Wasson
Additional information: The Regional Library at Eaton Ohio, the county seat of Preble, say that the graves here are very old. The cemetery served a large number of early settlers in this area. Most of the stones are unreadable, perhaps 75 %. There are records but they are incomplete. You could contact them about this burial. I talked at length on the phone with them and explained my data, and the librarian encouraged me to add a grave.There also is a mysterious young person who showed up on the census about that time named Leander, who apparently was an orphan taken in by fellow church members or placed by the Township Trustee in the home of a church member. The extant burial records show that relationship.When he came of age, he went to Indiana, married, had a family and went to Michigan.He is a possible son of John Franklin and Margaret Bone.1825 is in the heart of the very serious and widespread fever episode that took two young strong sons of Joseph, including my four greats grandfather. There are some Bones nearby just across the state line, that I want to investigate. John Franklin's probable mother was a Bone.Hope this helps. Blessings, Ruth Egan
Added by ruth brown egan on Apr 01, 2017 1:55 AM
ruth brown egan
memorial # 173 526 792 John Wasson
Hold on to your hat! I have just hit upon what I think is the correct ID for this grave.I am now in the process of reconfiguring the data. He is the first cousin of Joseph(1744-1822) who bought land in Preble County, Ohio that was near the western border of Ohio; therefore he was included in the part removed by the border move from the Greenville Treaty Line to a Meridian. This threw him into Indiana Territory, although his land was covered by the treaty. Joseph's father Archibald (1714) was the brother of Joseph(1718/1725) and they were, therefore, the sons of John Weisen (1714 Ireland). This will no doubt change the intent of your flower and note. Tell me, what your line is? I have large chunks of Howard Hapes's "World of Wassons", which places each person in relationship with the others and is quite comprehensive.A researcher named Norma Burgess, whose work is on Roots Web made this discovery that I have announced to you.Let me know if I can help. Blessings, Ruth Egan
Added by ruth brown egan on Apr 01, 2017 1:31 AM
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