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|HWA||Louisa Sheetz 144455268|
Yes, I believe you are right. Louisa Sheetz has a sister Ellen living with her and her husband in 1900. Watson and Emily Miller do not seem to have had a daughter named Ellen. I have removed the request. Thanks for checking that!
Added by HWA on Dec 08, 2016 8:49 PM
|AlPol||Althea Bonfield in Nat. Mem. Park|
Thank you for your reminder that I took the photo but forgot to transcribe it into a memorial. Done.
Added by AlPol on Dec 04, 2016 2:17 PM
|Bob Withers||RE: Charles William Bonfield 81667354|
No problem at all. I appreciate being notified if I enter something that is not correct and being able to fix it. His son, Ed Bonfield was married to my mom and I'm still trying to figure out the exact timeline between Elizabeth Peel, Alice Turner then Elizabeth once again.
Thank you so much. I changed it and clarified that it was the letter I.
Also, thank you so much for the photos of the tombstone.
J.K. was my college roommate.
Added by Angela on Nov 28, 2016 2:34 PM
|Deborah Stevens Williams||RE: Susan Hill 147735315|
My family is Newton. Her first husband was Alexander Turner Cox. Her four children were by him. He died in 1890 in Stafford County, VA. She then married Dennis McDonald in 1893 in Washington, DC. They had no children. He died before the 1900 census. She married Timothy A. Hill in 1915 in Washington, DC. Her obit is in The Evening Star, Washington, DC, dated Jan 24, 1920. She also has an obit in The Daily Star, Fredericksburg, VA, dated Jan 24, 1920.
|Cheryl & Richard Justice||RE: Columbia Gardens|
Thank you for the photo of William Kirk Hemmerle# 163330056. We appreicate all your help and time. Happy Holidays!
Cheryl and Richard
|Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin||James Vernon Smith #92190268|
I tried to send you this through the "Edit" tab, but it doesn't seem to be able to find you - says I'm trying to send to an unknown entity . . .go figure. Anyway, I found the wedding announcement for James and Gertrude Smith in the same Evening Star of 11/15/16. I am sending it along as well.
|Rebecca Sheehan-Plotkin||Simon Sanborn #165913655|
I have found a wonderful biography for Simon and Anna Sanborn in honor of the celebration of their 60th wedding anniversary. It was published in the Evening Star (Washington D.C.) on 11/15/16. It contains very interesting information about the couple. I thought you might like to see it. It also has some wonderful pictures.
|SLGMSD||RE: Mary Thompson DeForest Winans|
I can create the memorial page for her with the information you sent. Thanks for your help. Always appreciate the information you send.
Added by SLGMSD on Nov 09, 2016 5:06 PM
|McVee||RE: Mabel Rider 140569918|
The information I have is passed down from my maternal grandmother Grace Rider Barber. Her grandmother was Marion English Rider and I possess her family bible and others as well. It is written in the bible where Agnes Perks was from and where she and Lindsey Wharton Rider married in 1902. Granted, it is possibly wrong but on every occasion I can think of it has turned out to be correct. For instance Lindsey Wharton Rider's middle name given to him at birth was Lindsey Ernest Rider, written in the family bible under births and then a change is noted immediately below it signed by his mother saying "changed to Lindsey Wharton Rider at 2 years of age". What I don't have is information on Agnes Marion Rider, born 10 March, 1903 at Brooklyn, New York. I have information that she lived in New York City as an adult but nothing concerning marriage and her passing information. I've also had problems finding information on my maternal grandmother's grandfather James Willard Rider. I have their short wedding announcement from the Carrollton, Illinois newspaper stating that J.W. Rider enlisted for duty in the civil war at St. Louis, Missouri but no info on which side. Marion's first husband was a Confederate Colonel at the time of his death. There is a J.W. Rider listed with the Confederate Guerilla group called Quantrill's Raiders but unknown if it is the same person. Also James Rider and wife Marion went back east while Marion was pregnant with her 2nd child she had in Troy, New York and named Bertha Jennie Rider (who married Pearl Sanford Barber in K.C. MO.) Records indicate that there was a Theodore Rider living in Troy, New York who may or may not have been James Willard Rider's brother. Theodore Rider hails from the Rider family of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Anyway, if you have further questions that I may have answer to feel free to query me.
Added by McVee on Oct 26, 2016 6:35 PM
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