|Judy Levy Pfaff (#46971538)|
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I have been working on my family history for 29 years. I am researching theses family names in my own lineage: Levy, Gilmore, Sanderson, Bentley, Hart, McConnell, Whitehead, Van Allen, Shipman, Thompson, Hirsch, Emerson.|
In my husband's family I am researching family names: Pfaff, Tewksbury, Dolph, Smith.
And, many more names of interest.
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|B.J. Waters||RE: photos from Inglewood Park Cemetery|
You're welcome! I was surprised to see such a new marker for a Civil War soldier. I'm glad you were able to get him a marker.
Regarding the Grahams, Oscar's unmarked grave is next to Florence's ("Lillie May") but as you suspect, I don't think Ida is buried there. Did you talk to someone at the office about that? If she is there, she also has no marker.
|gravely interested||Minnie Bassett Whitehead|
The note you left on Minnies memorial is incorrect. According to her death record on Seeking Michigan her Father is James Bassett and her mothers last name was French. I thought she might be a member of my family, but I was wrong too. Just thought you would like to know. Ive attached a link to her death record.
|Anne||RE: William Sanderson Howard -- Civil War|
I found William Sanderson Howard on the 1894 Michigan State Census of Veterans of the Civil War. At the time of the census he was living in White Pigeon, St. Joseph County, Mich.
I have the regiment information and dates of service at home. I will send that info to you this evening.
Thank you for helping with this. If his grave siteistruly unmarked, which I suspect it is, it would truly be my honor to obtain a stone for him.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Anne on Feb 28, 2016 12:06 PM
|Madolin Barry||Paff--Pfaff family|
My sister will probably pick up your photo request for West Burlington but I wanted to write you to see if your husband's ancestors are our ancestors. Ours changed their spelling to Paff(probably turn of the century). They were a pioneer Allen County, Indiana family. The old people Mary(Reiter)and Aaron Paff are buried in Cedar Creek, with some, Molly, w/o Christopher Bair and Harriet w/o John Bair in White City Cemetery, Spencerville, north of Cedar Creek. Others were Daniel Ellsworth, Andrew(AJ), Moses. We have pictures.
Wondering if this is your husband's family.
I checked the cemetery tonight. Unfortunately, there aren't any headstones on the plot.
According to both of their obituaries George Tefft died Oct. 20, 1906 at 53 years of age. He married Eliza Sarah Snedeker on May 5, 1879. Eliza died July 31, 1947 and is buried in the family plot in Lakeview Cemetery.
I would think it is safe to say this isn't the Eliza Tefft you are looking for.
|Diane Frohne||Eliza Tefft|
I will try to go up tonight to check this out. I have a feeling this is Eliza Snedeker, wife of George Tefft. I will let you know. I will take the pictures anyway since I will be there.
|Diane Frohne||Eliza Tefft|
|Shelly Patnaud Dixon||RE: Dale R Levy|
thank you so much for the info.im trying to help a friend work on a family tree for him
|Shelly Patnaud Dixon||Dale R Levy|
I am working on the Levy family tree and was wondering if you know the names of Dale R Levy's parents and where they were born...Thank you
|Beverly Keicher||Taylor Family|
I decend through William, a brother of Charles. William married Julia Case in NY and moved to Hillsdale where they lived on Lake Wilson Rd. They had two daughters, Laura and Irma. Laura is my great grandmother. Laura married Elmer Donihue and had three children, Minnie, Leslie, and William Taylor Donihue. Minnie is my grandmother who married Lee Alger Baker December 12, 1914. Irma married David Lemon and had no children. Minnie and Alger had five children. My father was the middle child, Carl.
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