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|Travis LeMaster||RE: One more thing about Lydia and Edmund|
Thank you for checking on the mention of Edmund and Lydia. I don't believe they had any children. Tradition states Edmund's father is Francis, still looking for any evidence. By 1863, Edmund was in Madison County, Indiana then remarried in 1864.
Don't believe he was a member of the Quaker meeting, but I will be researching that next.
|Travis LeMaster||Duell Family Bible|
I noticed you posted regarding this Bible of Abigail Borton Duell. I'm curious if it mentioned Lydia Duell's marriage to Edmund G. Pierce 1858 in Preble County, Ohio?
Edmund is my ancestor, through his second marriage, and I'm curious to see how the marriage was recorded in the Bible (if at all), listing his parents, etc.
|RJJ||RE: William P. Crow Find A Grave Memorial# 72031101|
Thanks, Ghost Town Gal. I appreciate it. I didn't think you would but it never hurts to ask! I've gotten some records from the Historical Society (and local OGS) but found nothing concrete over and above what little I already had (nothing on him) and the records in Ancestry I was able to confirm. Hoping for that magical Y-DNA to help further, too! Again, thanks and nice to 'virtually' meet ya'!
Added by RJJ on Dec 15, 2015 11:04 PM
|RJJ||William P. Crow|
I see you left a note about William P. Crow (1846-1873) having served with your Great, Great grandfather in the American Civil War. Do you happen to have any information on William? He was my great, great grandfather on my mom's side and we have no records for anything beyond his son's birth (Charles Emmett 1870-1934). I'm trying to find out 1) how both Charles' parents died so closely together because he appears on only one census during childhood in 1880, when he was 9, and was living with his maternal grandparents without William or his mother. And ... I'm also trying to determine whether we are descendants of the line of Crows that are recognized as the First Families of Ohio. Any information you may have will be greatly appreciated... even if it is just a suspected name of a potential father for him so I can continue tracking backwards!
Added by RJJ on Dec 08, 2015 2:05 PM
Hey there again! I started snooping around trying to work on Sarah's parents. Just curious what you referenced for Jacob and Rebecca Everman. I saw a census record with both Moses Kibby and a John Everman- Sarah's brother perhaps? I also found a John Everman with a father of William Everman (wife unk.). Perhaps I can crack this one for us. Hope you are well!!
Added by Sandy S. on Nov 20, 2015 1:06 AM
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|SDT||David C. Morris|
Hello,I might have information on your David Morris.
Added by SDT on Oct 31, 2015 5:42 AM
|John Blakemore Sellers||RE: James Tignal Womack Find A Grave Memorial# 58555050|
Hi, Feel free to use the picture of James Tignal Womack's portrait.
|Judy Curnell||Thank you|
Thank you for visiting my son Virgil! Judy
|Kathleen||RE: Laurence and Alice Divoky|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help. Blessings to you as well!
Added by Kathleen on May 27, 2015 4:50 PM
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