|Caroline ||RE: Samuel Yandle/Yandel|
Thank you for writing back, I just got home from work!! I'm gonna read your messages!!!
Added by Caroline on Aug 28, 2015 3:45 PM
|Caroline ||2nd message of Samuel Yandle|
we have spoken before I think 2013...copy of message from you: Re: Yandle/Yandells ancestry from England to Colonial NC to SC..
By Barbara Yandle-Morales April 24, 2013 at 08:31:49
In reply to: Yandle/Yandells ancestry from England to Colonial NC to SC..
Caroline Pashakarnis 9/11/10
If you haven't already found a lot of details I can add to what you know regarding the Yandles that settled in and around Columbia. Thomas McGruber's father Sherrod is a brother to my great-grandfather John Yandle. I have over 30 years researcing my Yandle family lines. I can also tell you that the branch of the Yandle family that descend from two sons of Thomas have a Yandle family reunion every August on the first Saturday of that month in Lake Murray,
South Carolina. I have attended it several times but have NOT been able to make it down there the past two Augusts.
I am right now in the process of putting together all of my Yandle family tree data into a New (updated) Yandle Family Tree book. I can also tell you that I am an owner of the Yandle family tree book by Velma Nancyann Yarbrough.
Feel free to contact me if you need any more data on the Yandles, etc.
Barbara Yandle Morales
I could still use help and on Samuel. I found a book that states he was born in England. I can share but I'm sure you know this :) -Caroline
Added by Caroline on Aug 27, 2015 12:30 PM
|Caroline ||Samuel Yandle/Yandel|
Hi,I can across some research that you was given a copy of a hand-written document by Samuel Yandle dates January 25, 1812 in which he is selling land to his son William Yandle, Sr for $8.00?? http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/yandle/143/
Would you be willing to share a copy? And have you found more info. My three children descend through his son William SR., they are Yandle's. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Caroline on Aug 27, 2015 12:18 PM
|A.J. Marik||Re: John Gordoni|
You'll need to provide a link to the correct John Gordon. We list nearly 3500 of them.
Also, you spelled the surname two ways: Gordoni and Gordon.
Curator of Archives, Find a Grave
|Jane M. Howard||RE: Parents of David Ransom Yandle|
Do you have links? If so, please send a SAC and I will be happy to add them.
|Susan I. Grills||RE: Mollie Modelle Starnes Broome|
Thanks! I updated her memorial, removing the link to father.
|t. stephens||RE: House Family|
I have also found quiet a few House's at Forest Lawn West. I have posted grave photos for some of Ambrose's relatives there. I am always on the lookout for House's at every cemetery I go to. I will start getting photo's of the Yandles I find as well.
|DSM||Buren Helms Suggest A Correction|
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. The ‘child' link is obviously incorrect; however, I cannot remove it. It has to be done by the owner of the child's memorial.
Added by DSM on Apr 11, 2013 11:27 AM
I have come across many of the names you mentioned before. Ambrose House left a very large family behind, much larger than Andrew's. I have noticed that I come across many House/Yandle connections when researching.
|t. stephens||Katherine House|
I bet you are right! Thank you so much for that information. You have solved a great mystery for me. I have never found one single clue on who she might have been. I figured she may have been a baby since I never found her on any census.
Are you related to the Houses? Andrew and Mary McCall House were my ggg grandparents. Jackson's brother, Emsley, was my gg gf.
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