|Charles Eugene Logston (#47104267)|
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I've been researching my roots for nearly 40 years. I remember when I was a boy asking my grandmother and great aunt about relatives who lived so long before me. I got the genealogy bug and the quest for more information continues. The journey has been amazing!|
As an army veteran, I enjoy knowing about and researching those who served in the U.S. military. Their names and experiences need to be remembered.
Family names I'm mainly searching are the following from OH, WV, PA, MD: Ansel, Anspach, Boso, Botzko, Calvert, Dupler, Ferguson, Logsdon, Logston, McMillan, and Mills.
If you are a related to or have an extreme interest in a memorial that I have, I'm happy to transfer the site (unless it's one of my relatives or someone I'm very interested in). I believe that a relative will care for a site more than anyone else, no matter how distant the relationship.
Happy genealogy trails!
"Your faithfulness continues throughout all generations; You established the earth, and it stands." Psalm 119:90
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|Brandy Warthman||RE: Dupler's|
Yes, I figured out the relationship btwn the two. Esta F. Mohler married John D. Dupler, had children, then Esta died in 1926. Doris E. Bailes/Bales married Floyd J. Mohler, had kids and then after 1926 she married John Dupler and raised his kids after Esta died. I'm not sure what happened btwn Doris and Floyd, but Floyd remarried and had more children. I was getting all messed up because I didn't have the correct maiden names for either Esta or Doris (I thought they were the same person at first) and the census reports had a combination of both names. Estella is also in the family, but is not an immediate part of this family.
My immediate family starts with Doris and Floyd.
Thanks for answering!! :)
Do you have any information Doris E.(?) Mohler Dupler and Esta F. (Bails) Dupler? I cannot find any information on Doris and I believe that she is my great great grandmother, but Doris and Esta have the same birth year (according to the grave stones), but different death dates and they are buried next to each other at Olivet Brethern next to John David. I have found census reports that combine their information, so it makes it very confusing.
Thanks so much for the transfer!
|BBB||J. Harvey Brown|
I found a headstone at the same cemetery as this man you have a memorial for, that *I think* might be a match. The headstone although says Hervey Brown - Born 1848 Died 1877 ~ I have a photo in case you think its a match.
Added by BBB on May 05, 2015 5:06 PM
|kateb||RE: Iowa train wreck|
Thank you for the correct information....
Added by kateb on May 02, 2015 8:24 PM
|kateb||Iowa train wreck|
I believe Leo Hensen 106420631 belongs in your virtual cemetery.
Added by kateb on Apr 20, 2015 5:04 PM
Hi! I have Logsdon family from Moundsville WV. I am Willard Rickey Logsdon's great granddaughter. I was wondering if you are also related to any of the Moundsville Logsdons?
While researching Michigan Civil War Deaths, is it possible the W Gibson buried in Poplar Grove National Cem is not from Delaware, but is the 24 year old man who enlisted in Eagle Harbor Michigan, with the 27th infantry company C who died July 18, 1864? I found the reference in the Google Book "Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War?" thank you for recognizing these men who died serving their country.
|Greg Hetzler||Memorial# 76433048|
Sir, Thank you for connecting the link. Your service is greatly appreciated.
|Chris Shroyer||RE: Samuel Simms|
You said you are not related you only know he is Burried here. Where what is the name of the cenetarys.
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