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|Martin Weybright (#47169053)|
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Historian and genealogist. I have been doing genealogy on both sides of the Atlantic for over 27 years. My work on Find A Grave is NOT a hobby, but a service to others.
I majored in history at Duke Univ., did graduate work in history at the Univ. of South Carolina, graduated from the Univ. of Florida Law School and practiced law for 30 years, much of it in the land title industry. I have an EFM certificate from the School of Theology, University of the South.
Through my mother, I am a ninth generation member of the Weybright (sometimes spelled Waybright) Family in America, a member of the First Families of Ohio and a direct descendant of Capt. Martin Weybright III, of the Lancaster County (PA.) Militia. who is on the DAR patriots list and paradoxically was a member of the pacifist German Baptist Brethren (Church of the Brethren). His father, Martin II and grandparents, Martin I and Margaretha, had arrived in Philadelphia in 1730 from Germany aboard the ship Loyal Judith and settled in Lancaster.
My grandfather, W E Durr, M.D. practiced in Glencoe, Ohio, from after World War I until his death in 1947. In the course of his practice, he delivered many babies, including my mother and one of my brothers. I have over 1,300 of his Physician's Birth Records, but there are probably many more records that I do not have. I put these birth records into 4 spiral bound books and gave the original books to the Ohio Genealogical Society's Library in Mansfield, Ohio, gave one copy to the Genealogical Section of the Hutton Library in Barnesville, Ohio, and kept one copy for myself.
Through my great grandfather, Cornelius "Neal" Rice (1844-1933), I am a member of Civil War Families of Ohio. During Sherman's March to the Sea, he was captured at Irwin's Crossroads, Georgia, taken to the county courthouse/jail in Sandersville and then to the county jail in Milledgeville, then the state capital of Georgia. He escaped from the jail and walked home to Greenville, Ohio.
Through my father, I am a first generation American and a dual citizen of the USA and the Republic of Ireland.
Names in my family tree are: Calvert, Varty, Moore, Durr. Rice, Burgan, Weybright or Waybright, Koontz, Fetter, Mehring and lots more.
Places in my tree are Stuart and Bradenton, Florida; Belmont, Darke, Miami, Montgomery, Holmes & Wayne counties, Ohio; Ohio County, West Virginia; Carroll County, Maryland; Lancaster, Somerset & Adams counties, Pennsylvania; Suffolk, Norfolk, Middlesex, Worcester & Plymouth counties Massachusetts; Counties Armagh, Antrim, Down, Dublin & Monaghan, Ireland; the West Riding of Yorkshire, England; Southern Germany, and more.
Denominations in my tree include: Episcopal, Christian Science, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Methodist, Moravian, German Baptist Brethren (today's)Church of the Brethren}, Roman Catholic, etc.
Places I've lived, worked or spent time in are Manatee, Alachua, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie & Indian River counties, Florida; Suffolk, Norfolk, Middlesex, Worcester & Plymouth counties, Massachusetts; Belmont, Darke, Montgomery & Erie counties, Ohio; Rutland County, Vermont; Chautauqua County, New York; Durham County, North Carolina; Richland & Sumter counties, South Carolina; Counties Armagh, Antrim, Down, Dublin & Monaghan, Ireland; London, England; etc.
Requests to other editors:
Please use the EDIT function on a specific memorial for ALL MESSAGES, requests, TRANSFERS, DUPLICATES, etc. concerning a particular memorial. DO NOT LEAVE A MESSAGE ON THIS PAGE FOR SUCH THINGS. They will be deleted.
Transfers, I am flexible on transfers. For a transfer request, please use the Edit button on the memorial, then Suggest and state your relationship, if any, etc; this is the only way I'll handle it; otherwise your requests will go unanswered. Don't use the message board below for such things pertaining to a specific memorial.
ALSO, please do not keep sending me proposed changes that I have already declined, UNLESS you have proof to back up the change.
All Messages and requests to me should be civil and polite. No sarcasm please!<
Remember please that Find A Grave serves the general public, not just genealogists. Please don't send me corrections with gen speak shorthand in them (for example, s/o, m/i/l, mil, gggf, etc). Please spell them out.
Think outside the box.
If you ask me to add info from the photo of a grave marker, especially an old one, please give me the exact dates, etc., that you want added, so that I am spared having to try to decipher the marker.
NAME PREFIXES: If a person has more than one prefix, please add the most significant one, e.g. if a person served as a private for a few years and practiced medicine for 30 or 40 years, the prefix "Dr." would be more significant than the prefix "Pvt."
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|Moper||RE: Jennie Pepper Calvert|
I agree that Maurice can be pronounced the same as Morris.
That said, Jennie's father's name was Morris. That is what is on his marriage record and his death notice.
His grandson (my father) was named Maurice, with the spelling intentionally changed but pronounce like "Morris".
Added by Moper on Sep 18, 2017 12:40 PM
Thank you very much for all of your time, patience, and hard work documenting cemeteries and updating memorials.
Added by JH on Sep 14, 2017 9:05 PM
|J. Fenn-Lawson||Margaret and Curt Reventlow / Litchfield Connecticut|
The Reventlow's are interred in East Cemetery, Litchfield Connecticut not Bantam Cemetery. I saw the memorial headstones for them and will gladly take pictures of the memorials if you change the memorials you created for them to EAST CEMETERY. Thank you for all you do for Find-A-Grave, JIM LAWSON
|MVC||Thank you for the Transfers|
Thank you for all your diligent work to support the Find A Grave community. I appreciated your quick response on the transfer of my grandparent's memorials. I've added bios/obit and pictures on these and other family members sites.
~Michelle Voisinet Caylor
Added by MVC on Sep 10, 2017 9:16 AM
|Louis du Mort||Upstairs Lounge Fire Memorial|
Thank you so much for creating this memorial page. I was deeply touched by the details of the fire. I visit New Orleans every year and I make it a point to stop by the memorial to honor these fine folks.
|Melinda||RE: Paula Torbett Durr|
You are very welcome. I'm glad to help.
Added by Melinda on Aug 25, 2017 3:02 PM
|Corby Enochs Sr||Lester Gene Enochs|
Thank you for transferring Uncle Gene to me. When I get to the point where I can't do it anymore I will transfer to his other family members
Martin, I created a memorial for him and some how I forgot to put any dates. Can you please help me?
|kathy henson||John William King|
I received the following message for my request for a photo:
We are writing to let you know that a Find A Grave volunteer has reported a problem with your photo request for John King.
The Elmwood Cemetery Book does not show him in the cemetery.
I see you added this Memorial Page:
Elmwood Memorial Gardens
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Martin Weybright
Record added: Sep 13, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 169878319
I have since located his Obit which states he was buried in the Family Cemetery on Two Notch Rd. in Columbia, SC. I am not familiar with Columbia and am hoping you might be able to help me locate this grave.
Any help will be much appreciated.
|Suzanne Schluederberg||RE: Richard Francis|
Thanks, Martin, for transferring the memorial to me so quickly!
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