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KEHAHN (#47615154)
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I was born in Syracuse, NY, but have lived most of my life in Florida. My background is in history, anthropology, and archaeology and I began doing genealogical research in 1981, but have been especially active the last ten years. I divide my research evenly between my father's family, which originated in France (paternal) and England (maternal), and my mother's family, both sides of which were descended from Virginia's Germanna colonists.
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B.J. Waters
Edwin C Gummersheimer
Unfortunately, I cannot unlink them. That is done from the offspring's memorial, not the parent's. You will need to notify the person who is in control of Edwin's memorial.

Regards,

B.J.
Added by B.J. Waters on Jun 29, 2017 9:27 AM
John Cook
RE: Reuben Newton Wayman
The origin of Mack sounds interesting. I have no pics of any of the Cooks, sorry.
Added by John Cook on Jun 21, 2017 8:25 PM
John Cook
RE: Reuben Newton Wayman
Kehan,

You struck a dry hole with me. You gave me more information than I can digest. No one in my family talked about family except in stories. I don't member many but my grandfather told one about his sisters. A man came yo their house and stayed overnight. The man had a huge handlebar mustache, my grandfather along with the other men in the house talked the girls into using the pinking shears to cut off one side of his pride and joy!

Everyone had a laugh except the man.

Thanks for the information.
John
Added by John Cook on Jun 16, 2017 2:57 AM
John Cook
RE: Reuben Newton Wayman
Sorry for the delay with my reply but I just now found your message. I would download the pic and upload it to your page. My great, grandfather was John Mack Cook, my grandfather was Mack Arthur Cook, my father was Keith Lee Cook & my name is John Mack Cook. I think that Virginia Cook was Theodore Ruben Mack Cook's sister? I believe that Virginia & Ted were my father's 1st. cousins?
Added by John Cook on Feb 09, 2017 9:22 PM
Margaret R Davis
RE: Ann Mariah Davis
HI. I WOULD LIKE TO HELP, BUT I DO NEED MORE INFO, WHERE AND WHEN SHE WAS IN THE CENSUS, THANKS MARGARET
Added by Margaret R Davis on Jan 17, 2017 9:21 AM
John G. O
RE: Catherine Spurgeon Troutman
I'll be replying your email address as I've been
working on My Troutman lines even when they
reach "dead ends" and "lost cemeteries.
John G. O III
Added by John G. O on Nov 30, 2014 10:50 AM
William Stark
RE: James H Crawford
Can you give more information about James H. Crawford, ie. vitals, cemetery? He is not on my list of memorials that I have created. I would be glad to recheck the research but I am unable to do so until James H. Crawford can be identified.
Added by William Stark on Feb 12, 2014 5:39 AM
Karen Dwyer
RE: Studer/Studor Burials at White Lake
Hi Karyn:

I added Philip and Henry as children of Jacob and Elizabeth Studer. I changed Jacob's date of birth to 1817. If you found church records, they are probably more accurate than the gravestone. I cannot tell you where I got his full date of birth, nor can I tell you where I got the maiden name of his mother. It looks like I created all these memorials, but do not know where I got the bio's unless someone in the family sent them to me. I have put over 2000 pictures up on find a grave. I'm sorry my memory has failed me at this time.

Karen
Added by Karen Dwyer on Sep 15, 2013 4:45 AM
Paul Sutton Kamalsky
RE: Photo of grave of Herbert F and Hazel B Hahn grave
Karyn,

You are most welcome. That's quite a while ago. Thanks for telling
me about your visits to your grandmother's grave and those of your
grandfather's family. I was there to fulfill requests and decided to
take photos of other stones and upload them. I will be doing that
each time I have requests in Lyons Rural

Best regards, Paul
Added by Paul Sutton Kamalsky on Jun 10, 2013 7:01 AM
Bonnie's Daughter
RE: Sgt Frederick R Wilkes
As far as my research to date, there is no connection. I often place tokens of remembrance on memorials with the same surname as my proven ancestors, since somewhere, we are most likely related.

The only Frances Wilkes I have in my tree married Littleberry Haugh in 1801, Brunswick Co VA.

Please see my Gr-Grandma Mary Adeline Wilkes (Warfield, Pearsey) memorial, # 48249984.
Linda
Added by Bonnie's Daughter on Dec 26, 2012 7:15 PM
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