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Carolyn Leverich Atkinson (#47114736)
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Bio Photo I am always searching for the 1870 census record of Francis Sarah Ann (any variation of) Click, with two children; Lena Rivers Allen abt age 6-7, and Ada Click abt age 1-2 in or between Cocke Co, Tennessee and Giles Co, Tennessee.
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RE: FAG # 96426069
I was in the area for a few days only for business and didn't have anything but my phone with me. I'll see if I can make the picture any clearer but if not I'll go back to the cemetery the next time I'm in Iowa. Veloyce
Added by Veloyce on Apr 01, 2015 8:47 PM
History Girl
RE: Tumey and Lorentz families
I am related to the Tumey's. Please email me at and include your email ID if you need some information. Hope to hear from you. Thank you!
Added by History Girl on Apr 01, 2015 12:12 PM
Marty & Harley
George Whitford
John was married twice. He had George with his second wife, Sarah E. Sentel.

John M. Whitford born December 19, 1822 in Illinois. Married Margaret J. Fulton on January 4, 1847 in Moultrie County, Illinois. Children: Amy, William, John, Mary Ann, Sarah, Barnabas, and Benjamin. She died in 1866. On March 11, 1880 he married Sarah E. Sentel and had one child, George. John died September 10, 1894 in Moultrie County, Illinois, aged 71 years, 8 months, 22 days
Added by Marty & Harley on Mar 31, 2015 8:35 PM
Tombstoner & Family
George Leverich
I found George Leverich today at Van Buren. I am sorry but I didn't take any pictures of any Uptegrafts because there was no request made but I do think I remember seeing one or more near by George. I wish I would have seen your note about looking for the Uptegraft grave before I went to Van Buren today. I will look for that grave again next time I go. You might want to make a request so you know when somebody takes the picture and posts it.
Added by Tombstoner & Family on Mar 09, 2015 9:26 PM
RE: Netherow
Sorry to be so long getting back to you. My source for Jacob Netherow's info was: Biographical Record of Holmes County, 1889; File contributed to the Ohio Biographies Project byJeanne Yoakam, February 15, 2001.
Added by eidolon126 on Feb 22, 2015 3:21 PM
Tim Hites
Daniel Nethrow
Hi there. I found the picture of Daniel among photos from his great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Hites. I didn't find any of Elizabeth (Gushwa) Nethrow.

I will have to look deeper when I have a moment on your Helfensteins. I find it intersting though that my 2x great-grandmother Rebecca (Helfinstine) Hites and her husband, Michael, lived in Piatt county in the 1850s before Michael's death. I wasn't aware of any of her siblings living in the county at the time. I will get back with you when I have more. Have a pleasant day.
Added by Tim Hites on Jan 30, 2015 9:15 AM
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 72690831
They are on the stone with H Josephine Bever for whom I created a page at Lakeview Cemetery in Windom MN which is in Cottonwood County. You can find an easy link to it on Josephine's page.

I'm sorry I added the photo to your pages without noticing the "burial unknown" status.
Added by MarillaW on Jan 29, 2015 9:08 AM
Kim Poyner Woodhouse
RE: Newspaper obits
I am glad the obit is helpful! Death records in Oklahoma are guarded in Fort Knox :) Not really, but the state makes you jump through tons of hoops to get a death certificate. That is one of the reasons I try to help people with obituaries in The Oklahoman. If I can help you do searches for other family members, let me know.
Added by Kim Poyner Woodhouse on Jan 18, 2015 3:04 PM
Penne Magnusson Cartright Hannum
RE: ancestorsatrest passing
I am with you about someone holding a memorial of my great grandfather and he will not transfer to a family member. He said "I don't transfer". There are some contributor's that are not nice at all or say "you go by my rules or forget it!" Then there are others that bend backwards for you.
Added by Penne Magnusson Cartright... on Jan 18, 2015 9:15 AM
Kathy Brown
RE: Leota Porterfield Biggart
Hello Carolyn-
"Mrs Leland Biggart of Circleville, Kan." is named as a sister surviving her brother, Marion Franklin Porterfield in his obituary, Joplin Globe, pg 7A, column 1 on May 29, 1962.
"Sister, Leota Biggart, Circleville, Kan." is also named as surviving brother, Richard Clay Porterfield. Richard "Dick's" obituary is posted on Find-a-Grave at Grandview Cemetery, Austin, Mower Co, MN.
"A sister, Leota (Mrs Leland) Biggart of Circleville, Kan." also survived brother, Hugh Jefferson Porterfield. His obituary was published in the Globe Gazette, Jun 25, 2002 (Mason City, IA).
I do not have a record of when Leland and Leota married. They were not married in the 1940 census, and they have a son, Hal Biggart, born in 1943, according to Find-a-Grave records. That helps to approximate it, anyway.
I hope this is what you were asking, if not let me know.
Added by Kathy Brown on Jan 12, 2015 9:25 AM
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