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Bio Photo I have been doing genealogy since 1995 but more since retirement in 2003. My father was Karol Austin Myers from Clyde Ohio and my Mother was Marion Louise Myers from Sidney NY.
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Ok, I called the library in Nelsonville today to ask about transcriptions of Connett Cemetery. The sweetie there did a look up for me and said Angeline was transcribed as dying on March 5, 1852 at 25 years, 10 months and 20 days! She also noted that the birth year was written in as 1827. Nothing adds up so she is trying to hunt down more information and maybe an obituary. There is also a Robert buried there listed as the child of "SDB & A Caldwell" - she believes the S was in the wrong column and is to note that it is a son of DB & A Caldwell and his information is back in the 1870's instead of the 1850's with his mother so we shall see what she can track down.
Added by Kathryn on Jan 03, 2017 6:58 PM
I've sent an email with the marriage records attached. Not sure if they got married twice or why it appears with two different dates. Just passing on the info. :-)

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Added by Kathryn on Dec 29, 2016 2:50 PM
I can't confirm the date of marriage for David & Angelina/Angeline. I have found two different marriages records for them but both were in spring of the same year so I am not positive as to how much that matters.

I have done a cursory look at David and it seems we are in agreement with him but I have different information on Angelina/Angeline. I have reason to believe that she didn't die shortly after Robert but actually died March 15, 1873. Angeline's great-granddaughter claims her great grandmother not only lived past Robert but had another child on March 5, 1873 and the infant died the same. She then followed that child a mere ten days later. I am attempting to confirm.
Added by Kathryn on Dec 29, 2016 11:52 AM
RE: Oops
Yes, I am. I thought I recognized your name.
Added by Kathryn on Dec 28, 2016 10:37 AM
I'm sorry. I emailed back in October. I think we might have compaired notes early in my reasearch but I'm not 100% positive. Since my email didn't go through, what I sent was...

I'm so happy you're doing better. Hopefully we'll be able to have some overlap and I'm sure this will be well worth the wait.

I have Kathryn & my fourth great-grandfather is David Blair Caldwell (1830-1915). His daughter, Elizabeth Jane Caldwell, married Jacob Vernon Allen. They in turn had Joseph Blair Allen, who had Dale Blair Allen and Dale is my great-grandfather. Does any of this fit with your Caldwells?
Added by Kathryn on Dec 27, 2016 8:33 PM
How are you feeling? I hope you're feeling better!
Added by Kathryn on Oct 11, 2016 9:51 AM
Fabulous! I will be eagerly awaiting your recovery. :-)
Added by Kathryn on Apr 05, 2016 11:11 AM
Caldwell Family
I noticed that you have added pictures to several Caldwell memorials, including that of my 4th great grandfather (Capt. David Caldwell). Would you be interested in comparing notes?
Added by Kathryn on Mar 29, 2016 7:10 PM
Todd James Dean
Thanks for any help with the Dean memorials. I appreciate the additional information.
Added by Todd James Dean on Sep 21, 2015 8:59 AM
RE: Muriel Gurtz
"Half-cousin" is a great term! I had never contemplated that before, but I have often thought that when two siblings marry two siblings, that their children should be considered "double cousins." :-)

As for Roscoe Chester, I've gotten as far as finding his 1942 WWII draft registration card showing him in Takoma Park, MD. He lists his closest kin as R.A. Lutes, also of Takoma Park. I'm assuming that is a cousin? So, no, I don't know his date of death.

Back to Glenna or Glennie, I saw that Muriel gave that name to a daughter. Even if we never know who Glenna Smart Stout was named after, it is rather nice to see that the name carried forward.

Thanks for your response!
Added by Flutterby on Mar 28, 2015 9:36 AM
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