|Daryl & Barbara (Biggs) Mallett (#46984947)|
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Daryl's father's mother is descended from Barbara Hochstedler & Christian Stutzman and related their extended and large clan of descendants, numbering at least 16,000 or more by 1900... Half of Cambria County, PA and all the Amish and Mennonites are cousins by way of Germany and Switzerland. Paternal grandfather's family out of Cleveland, Ohio area by way of England. Mother's side comes from Japan.|
Barbara's father's clan hails from the Kingman, Kansas area by way of Germany. Her mother's side comes from New Mexico and New York by way of Ukraine and Russia.
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We had a successful disinterment and reinterment of Jacob Youtcy in Kelvin/Kearny, Arizona. Over 300 people attended the funeral. Horses, caisson, Civil War re-enactors, Catholic priest in period vestments, the train honked as it went past the cemetery and two military planes flew over the parade and waggled their wings at Jacob as we went through town. Over 100 of his descendants and their families attended as well. God gave us a fantastically humbling day.
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A Standers Affirmation
I made mistakes. Horrible ones. And poor choices. And was selfish and arrogant and lazy at times. I thought I was giving everything to my wife and marriage and children, but now I see so many places I could have done better, done more, made better choices, used kinder words.
I am still in love with my wife. I said "for better or for worse" and meant it. I said "in good times and in bad" and meant it. And I said "until death do us part" and I meant it. I still mean those things.
I will not speak angry words to my wife or about my wife. I will not use the children as pawns. I will not return slights with slights. I will speak love and goodness to her, about her.
So I am "standing" for our marriage. What that really means is I'm kneeling in prayer for our marriage. I will trust in God's faithfulness and His ability to do ANYTHING, including change hearts and reroute divorce. I was wrong in so many ways. Please forgive me, Barbara. I love you.
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|Janet Conza||Celia Anna Levetus Nicholson|
I see you have posted some information regarding Celia Anna Levetus Nicholson who was married to Eric Pearson Nicholson. Do you happen to have any further information regarding Eric Pearson Nicholson or have any contact with the family of Celia Anna Levetus Nicholson?
|Barbara Johnston||John and Catherine Batman|
My 5th generation great grandfather was Henry Alexander Batman. We have some source that say his father was John Batman born about 1740 and his mother Catherine, or Nancy Catherine Lee.
I was wondering what evidence you have for these two memorials: John #65988188 and Catherine #65988213.
you don't have any family members linked to them, so I am wondering also, why you have created these two memorials with no relatives and unknown burial locations.
I hope you have some proofs that I can use to link Henry with these two as his parents.
Barbara Johnston contributor (#48028184)
|Barbara Johnston||John and Catherine Batman|
|Carmen Benner Chilson||Memorial# 40833654|
Could you check the records or stone once again to make certain of the death date, please? I have a Thomas C Sharpe in my family that was born Nov. 15, 1860 and died in 1866 I think, but thought it was Sep not Dec.
Carmen Benner Chilson
Thanks for doing the Edits for me
|Janice Lapp||Old Washington Cem. in Guernsey Co., Ohio|
I have sent you Edits about this since Mar. 2016, but nothing is getting done, so I'm trying this way.....Would you, Please, put a note on Memorial #36916347 for Prudence Bentley that there is NO TOMBSTONE for her so no else will go there to try to find it again ??? Thanks.
|Sandra Kepple Welch||Martha Benshoff/John Strayer|
These two memorials you have created for Martha Benshoff and her husband John Strayer are duplicates. The original memorial's are 98427131 and
98427044. They are buried at Grandview Cemetery. You may want to delete your memorials for them, as you don't have a cemetery listed. Your memorial#'s are 57360087 and 57360076.
Sandra Kepple Welch
|John Warfel||barbara yoder|
I am trying find out the parents of Barbara Yoder (born 1789 and buried in Ohio). Her husband was Daniel Yoder. I have heard two different possiblies: John Yoder and Barbara Rickenbach and Yost Yoder and Magdalena Rickenbach. I believe Barbara Rickenbach and Magdalena Rickenbach were sisters. Can you shed any light on this?
|Cindy Schrieber||Transfer request|
Could you please transfer #57637200 Leebert W. Howell to me. He is my gg grandpa. I have more information to add. Thank you so much for listing this memorial. My number is 47182691. Thank you.
|C Chenoweth||Frances Duncan Kirk Harless 60426554|
I am researching my tree for Harless relatives.
My 4x great-grandmother is reflected on #60426554 which you created on October 21, 2010. Her name is listed as Frances Duncan Kirk Harless, and her parents are identified as Thomas Kirk (1725-1801) & Margaret Duncan. She married Ferdinand Harless 1755-1849).
I have not been able to find any supporting documentation for the surname Kirk, nor for the parents Thomas Kirk and Margaret Duncan. Could you please provide the source of these details so I can follow and confirm the information? I live in Virginia and original documents at my disposal (if they exist) so the origins of this information would be appreciated.
Thank you for your time and any information you can provide.
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