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Doug Haddix (#48210899)
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Bio Photo I have just started enjoying do my family history this last May. My mother and sister started it back in early 1990's and I caught the bug while going with them to put flowers on my family's grave sites. They did all the hard work going to Fort Wayne IN for the info. I started by taking pictures of the headstones and putting in the back of my family tree. Found this wonderful website and enjoyed going to see each family member I could find. I drag my sister with me and got her back into it once again. I take one of my daughters with me so it will get past down to future generation of my family. Need time to update my tree because i have found a lot more info then we had. My family's that I look for are Haddix, Mitman, Sundstrum, Hilt, Helton, Davis, Blackford and Swartzel. Most of my finding have been in either Preble Co. Greene Co . and Clark Co. Ohio.Enjoy the time spent looking for the history of my family.
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Cheryl (Theroux) Whitican
RE: John Haddix at Cox cemetery on WPAFB
Thanks, Doug - I'll do a little searching also. BTW the 2 merge towns were FAIRfield + OsBORN, hence, Fairborn! :)
Added by Cheryl (Theroux) Whitican on Oct 17, 2014 11:35 AM
Cheryl (Theroux) Whitican
RE: John Haddix at Cox cemetery on WPAFB
Hi Doug - per your request I've updated John Haddix, et. al. memorials and have a few questions: which county is Greenbriar, VA in? There are 3 choices: Chesterfield, Fairfax or Portsmouth. Also do you know place of death so I can add that too?
Added by Cheryl (Theroux) Whitican on Oct 06, 2014 12:01 PM
Jerry L. Lippincott
RE: Samuel Lippincott
Salutations, fellow searcher! Do you have access to Judith Olsen's book - "Lippincott - Five Generations - " Library of Congress #82-82141 ?

Your Remembrance is several generations down from the original "Remembrance". From his spouse Rebecca Knott, Samuel was the seventh child. From the "Lippincott Tree" it identifies Samuel "as having gone West." He was born on 20 August 1759. Married Amy Maxson. (Page 53) Then on page 130 it states - The word "Revolution" is after his name. From New Jersey, Samuel went to Virginia about 1796. He then went to Ohio to farm. It appears they had fourteen children. Amy died before 1850 census. Samuel died on February 24, 1853. He is buried in North Hampton Cemetery (Row 18, Grave 46) Pike Township, Clark County, Ohio.

His son, Samuel, born in 1803, married a
Hannah Maxson (perhaps a cousin?)
Is any of this new to you?

write me at for a faster reply ! Good Luck
Added by Jerry L. Lippincott on Oct 03, 2014 6:58 AM
Finding my Haddix Family
I have some info that you dont
Hello Doug,
I would appreciate it if you would please get ahold of me as i have some haddix family info that i am sure most of you dont. My name is Suzanne May, My grandmother was born on march 13th 1934 to Earl R Haddix.

Thanks and have a blessed day
Added by Finding my Haddix Family on Oct 28, 2013 4:57 AM
RE: Georgia Henderson

I will gladly transfer her memorial to you if you like. Thanks for the info.

Added by Bernice on Sep 30, 2013 7:27 PM

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