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EddieM (#47083914)
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Memerizion
RE: Thirsk - Graceland Cemetery
Thank you so much for the memorials and for taking those beautiful photos. I was thinking how glad I am you got the photos, those headstones are in bad shape.
Thank you for your kindness and thoughtfulness
Yes, I will request Hannah's memorial too
Many thanks

Added by Memerizion on Jun 23, 2016 1:29 PM

June Brown
RE: Noah and Mary Kelbaugh
Sorry - nothing on Mary Minter. I did find a death certificate for a grandson of Noah and Susan. Parents are John F Kelbaugh and Sarah L Leonard. He died at age 14 by drowning in the C&O Canal July 5, 1912 in Frederick Co., was buried in Oella Cemetery in Balto Co. I entered it in Find a Grave, will later add death certificate to site.

Added by June Brown on Jun 23, 2016 9:02 AM

June Brown
RE: Noah and Mary Kelbaugh
I have no more ideas. The Sun Paper is mostly computerized now so I can check death records for several years around her death date - takes just minutes. Don't expect anything, but will try next week as I will be doing records for myself and a friend.

Added by June Brown on Jun 17, 2016 9:02 AM

June Brown
RE: Noah and Mary Kelbaugh
Do the court records say Mary died in Baltimore City or County? If county, death records do not start till late 1800's. If city, the records start in 1875, but doctors were slow about following the law and many early ones did not get recorded. If she died in the city, there might be a Sun Paper record. Did you get to the Law Library across the street from the archives? They have the Sun Paper back to 1835. I can check there if you did not.

Added by June Brown on Jun 16, 2016 10:16 AM

June Brown
RE: William H. Kelbaugh
I live about 10-15 minutes from the Maryland archives and will be going there June 22 to get some Kelbaugh death records. Is there anything you would like me to look up for you? How did you get interested in Noah Kelbaugh and family?

Added by June Brown on Jun 12, 2016 12:45 PM

Carol Chakurda
RE: Alice Fowler
I wish I knew the answer to the mystery of her many names. I am descended through a Zombro line so every now and then I pick at a thread to see where it takes me. That line is so tangled I may never figure them out. It seems that there are always more mysteries in that line then answers!

Added by Carol Chakurda on Jun 12, 2016 11:43 AM

June Brown
RE: Noah Kelbaugh
Think I found Noah,s son in 1870 census. 13 year old William H Kelbaugh in home of John Kelbaugh - age35 and his wife Mary - age 23. She is too young to be his mother. John is one of Noah's brothers.

Added by June Brown on Jun 09, 2016 2:54 PM

June Brown
RE: Noah Kelbaugh
I found about the document about the Kelbaugh brothers, scanned it and put it on your Noah Kelbaugh Find-a-grave. I can remove it if you don't want it there, but this is the easiest way to get it to you. Don't think I have any thing else for you

June Brown

Added by June Brown on Jun 08, 2016 4:45 PM

June Brown
RE: Noah Kelbaugh
I do not trust other peoples trees in Ancestry.com. I only use verifiable records. I had problems being attacked about my great grandfather too. People had written a book, had it published and would not admit they were incorrect. As a child my grandparents took me to the memorial I have on Find-a-grave. For a long time I could not connect Noah and Adam. A man in California helped. He had a hand written history of his wife's Kelbaugh family. He quoted the part that said " Adam came to visit along with his half brothers Noah and Enoch" Might have been one more. I need to find that message.

Added by June Brown on Jun 08, 2016 10:27 AM

June Brown
RE: William Henry Kelbaugh (part two)
I forgot to tell you that Noah and Enoch Kelbaugh were brothers. Noah's son William was born in 1856, Enoch's son was born in 1858. In the 1860 census, William, age 4 was living with grandparents, John H and Julian Kelbaugh- granddaughter not listed. Cannot find her in 1860. In 1870, granddaughter Julian is living with grandparents, but cannot find her brother. Could he have died or is he living with other family members?

Added by June Brown on Jun 08, 2016 9:11 AM

June Brown
RE: William Henry Kelbaugh
Noah's son William Henry Kelbaugh was born in 1856. My great grandfather William Henry Kelbaugh was born in 1858. His parents were Enoch Kelbaugh and Ann Jones.
Do you have access to Ancestry. com? I have a rather extensive Kelbaugh tree.

June

Added by June Brown on Jun 07, 2016 2:27 PM

Valarie Rich
RE: Infant Stanard - Bristol Cemetery
Thank you SO much for researching more. That was very kind of you. Upon receiving this information from you, I researched the two women you mentioned. Unfortunately, neither of them fit the bill. Mariam Stanard was born a Stanard. Mary Jane Louden Collier Stanard married Mr Collier in September 1855, the month after Infant Stanard was born/died. Oh, well. The search goes on. Thanks again for your efforts.

Added by Valarie Rich on Jun 03, 2016 2:24 PM

Valarie Rich
RE: Infant Stanard - Bristol Cemetery
Thank you so much. Thanks for making sure the writing at the bottom of the headstone was readable. Unfortunately, I cannot find records to show me who M Stanard (Richard E's wife, I presume, and the infant's mom) was.

Added by Valarie Rich on May 24, 2016 5:48 PM

DAVID CHRISTIAN
RE: George Washington Campbell
yes Eddie Letcia was my 3great grandmother making George my 4th great grand father .If you would like to transfer them all thats fine I have contacts with other Decendants of this line .
Thank you

Added by DAVID CHRISTIAN on Mar 31, 2016 7:19 AM

DAVID CHRISTIAN
George Washington Campbell
Hi Eddie could you either add the following children to this memorial or if you prefer transfer him to me thank you so much
83177338 Thomas
83177877 Elmira
83180334 John
thank you David Christian 46553836

Added by DAVID CHRISTIAN on Mar 30, 2016 5:39 PM

Anonymous
email
Hi Eddie,
So I would like to give you my email, but a little cautious of it out there on this public webpage. Do you have another email to use privately or any other thoughts?
Thanks,
Neena

Added by Anonymous on Mar 23, 2016 12:11 PM

Anonymous
Julia Ann Veronica Montague Walsh
Hello, I was wanting to know if you could send me the picture of Julia that is on her find a grave website? She is the wife of Murtha Walsh of Harper's Ferry, WV. Murtha is the brother of our direct ancestor Sarah Ann Walsh. I would like to put the picture of Julia on our ancestry.com page.
Thank you for your consideration.
Neena

Added by Anonymous on Mar 22, 2016 3:57 PM

Sarah Pullen
RE: Jane Pullen
Eddie - I think Jane's name may have been Van Slyke. There are others in the area.

Yes. I am researching Pullens in Michigan they almost all who came to Michigan are interrelated, so any that you may want to transfer just go ahead. If you have any help to offer on the children of either David J Pullen or Joseph T. Pullen it would be most appreciated. Thanks.

Added by Sarah Pullen on Jan 25, 2016 5:55 PM

K Wink-Torney
RE: Wink-Minter
Hello Eddie,

Great hearing from you. Dora & I are cousins of many removes as I guess are we. Let me give you a little background on the Wink's. Home territory primarily Manchester & Hampstead Carroll Co.

My great grandfather was Jacob Wink 1844-1913. Married Annie Josephine Belschner. Jacob was an undertaker in Manchester and two of his sons continued the business into the late 1950's. There is a record of a burial for Alice Minter (child) in 1881 in Jacob's records.

Jacob's father was John Wink 1820-1903 (my 2xg grand father) Married Margaret Rebecca Wilhelm.

John's father was George Wink 1788-1862 (my 3xg grandfather) Married Susannah (Sentz) Zentz.

Joseph Henry Wink,Sr. 1830-1909 (son of George) Married Rachel Minter. Joseph Henry Wink, Jr. 1862-1937 Married Laura Bixler & is father of Dora.

Your archaeological search for Susannah Trine is fascinating. I did note that Emanuel had married a niece of Susannah but not the circumstance.

I would be delighted to see the Wink info you speak of and a photo would be wonderful. You are very generous.

Look to hear from you at k.torney@hotmail.com

Thanks,

Kathy

Added by K Wink-Torney on Nov 06, 2015 2:20 PM

K Wink-Torney
Wink-Minter
Joseph Henry Wink(1830-1909) married Rachel Minter
in 1856. Joseph was the son of George Wink(1788-1862) and Susannah(Susan)Zentz(Sentz)(1799-1890).
Suzannah Minter (Rachel's) sister married Emanuel Trine in 1842. The story goes that there are questions concerning the death of Suzannah and her death has never been recorded. In your research on the Minter's I am curious if you've discovered any information on Joseph Henry (my 3rd great grand uncle) that you would be willing to share. Thanks.

K Wink-Torney

Added by K Wink-Torney on Nov 05, 2015 8:42 AM

Robert Abney
RE: David Witt
PS....I am searching the Witt line for verification that our Ursula Abney, d/o Dannett Abney, married William Witt. Do you have that information?

By the way, Abney was misspelled Abner many times down the line. Dabney on the other hand came to America with that spelling because it was, along with Abney, a corruption of d'Aubigny.

Added by Robert Abney on Oct 22, 2015 1:17 PM

Robert Abney
RE: David Witt
Well, The original English spelling was Dannett as a surname. However, When Dannett Abney came to this country indentured in 1679 he name was spelled Dannit. Along the was Dennett entered the picture similar to the way census takers changed names. Our Abney family genealogist always use the surname spelling of Dannett.

Robert

Added by Robert Abney on Oct 22, 2015 1:12 PM

Barbara [Myers] Slater Nelson
RE: Tate/Guy memorials
Thank you. Yes, we are all very proud of her.

Added by Barbara [Myers] Slater Ne... on Aug 31, 2015 11:09 AM

Leslie P. Fowers
RE: John Hagans
Thanks for the plot info and good luck in future photo taking. If you get a chance to try the flour concept, I would be pleased to hear of your experience.

Added by Leslie P. Fowers on Aug 27, 2015 7:58 PM

Leslie P. Fowers
Hagans photos
thank you so much for the photos, it means a lot to us even if they are difficult to read. I had another findagraver show me how she covers hard to read stones with flour and it is amazing how the letters and numbers stand out. She did one for a grandfathers grave in Iowa and it is amazing the difference...you can see one example here
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=36286849

hope this might help...anyway thanks for all you do for the FG community for it is people like you that help us connect to our missing family members.

Added by Leslie P. Fowers on Aug 26, 2015 1:19 PM

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