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I have been doing genealogy since 1993 for the families of: Teeter, Grover, Doll, White, Poynter/Pointer, AND Black, Robacker, Eckert/s, Aungst, Crunkilton, Wilson, Current, West, Johnston, Carey, Crawford, Sleighter/Sleichter, AND Dunham, Barber, Jaskulski, Sarnowski, Jzerski, and more. Always aiming for verification with ongoing definitions.
My heritage is such:
Henry Black of PA onto Perry Co and Hardin Co OH md 1834 Susanna Carey from DE and they had 12 children (8 males; 4 females).
Their grandson, Frank Ellsworth Church Black 1863 OH 1927 CA, So Pacific RR engineer, married 1885 Margaret Alice Current 1869 IN - 1932 CA (d/o Sylvester Sylvanus and Alice Mary West Current). Alice Current was d/o Clement and Rhoda Johnston West.
Frank and Margaret Current Black had one child,
Clinton Ellsworth Black 1886 OH - 1973 CA (grampa) who firstly md Ophelia May Robacker 1892 OH - 1919 OR (died age 26 leaving behind spouse and 3 children). Clinton md 2ndly Nana Lois Bresler Biddlecome (d 1956 diabetes) and had a little Nana in 1930. Clint md 3rdly later in life Geraldine Smith Fenton (no issue this marriage).
Ophelia is my grandmother. She is buried next her mother, Mattie Aungst Robacker (w/o Sam) Oregon City OR.

Please visit my genealogical site, TEETER KIN, dedicated to my mother who passed away in 2004.
Upon my demise, I do not want my memorials to be edited (unless it is to do with incorrect dates of birth or death) and that Find A Grave be in charge of them, while my grandson Kyle will receive many of my family photos to include Teeter Kin to preserve for the future. For memorials that are not my kin, it is fine to transfer them to descendants per FAG guidelines. I have worked hard at my genealogy for many years and am willing to share public knowledge, but I do not want my work to be revised unless said revision is absolutely integral to the memorial. Please do not plagiarize my works or photos. I believe in being respectful of and to ancestors as well as descendants. Find A Grave is a wonderful resourceful site where folks can search, contribute, and connect to ancestry.


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