|Cathy Timko (#47024575)|
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|Ann Johnson||RE: Date of Marriage|
|Ann Johnson||RE: Seneca Prosser|
Would you mind sharing the date of Seneca and Ann's marriage?
|Ann Johnson||Seneca Prosser|
You said in one of your messages that his parents
were Jonathan and Keziah.
Do you know her maiden name?
Any chance you know when she was born or passed?
I'd doing research for my sister in law.
|Jennifer Wilt||Luke Jaco|
Luke Jaco died in March of 1868 in Pettis County, Missouri. I have copies of letters from Benjamin F Jaco to his sister, Emeretta Tucker Reddehaus, telling her when their father died. Benjamin and Emeretta were both the illegitimate children of Luke Jaco and Susannah Tucker. Luke Jaco's body was supposedly sent back to Ritchie County for burial. This is where his sister (Elizabeth Jaco Terry) and mother (Sarah Spence Mott Jaco) are buried.
|Jennifer Wilt||Luke Jaco|
Luke Jaco died in March of 1868 in Missouri. I have copies of letters from Luke's son (Benjamin F Jaco) to his sister (Emeretta Tucker Reddehase) telling her when their father died. Supposedly, Luke's body was sent back to West Virginia to be buried beside his mother, Sarah Spence Mott Jaco.
Benjamin and Emeretta were the illegitimate children of Luke Jaco and Susan Tucker. Luke was married to Elizabeth Prunty at the time of their births.
In 1846 the Overseer of the Poor in Doddridge County, WV sued Luke Jaco on behalf of Susan Tucker. Court documents prove the Luke Jaco was the father of both Benjamin and Emeretta. Luke never had any children with his wife, Elizabeth Prunty. Maybe this is why he chose to have his son live with them.
Benjamin was in a Soldier's Home in Kansas when he wrote these letters to his sister. Emeretta was living in Bluemont, Marion County, WV. Susan Tucker was their mother. From what I can tell, Luke raised Benjamin and Susan raised Emeretta.
I have a copy of tax records that list Luke Jaco as owning several tracts of land in Doddridge County from 1845 to 1867. On the 1868 tax list, the entry says 'Luke Jaco Estate'. I think this proves that he really did die in 1868.
I also know that Luke Jaco still had ties to Doddridge County at the time of his death. I have a letter from a seamstress living in Doddridge County stating that she was 'working on janes for Jaco' in 1867. Luke was the only Jaco that ever lived in this area.
|Roxanne||hazel Parker #9883867|
checking to see if your related to Hazel-I knew she married a Parker-but don't have husband's info-his he buried by her? Hazel was a Bragg
Added by Roxanne on Nov 09, 2014 12:07 PM
|Esther Eustaquio||Mattie Jaco|
I found a marriage record for a Maude M Jaco & John Vanaman in 1889. It says she was 17y and he was 22y.
I did notice that on the death record she was single. Do you have any info about her? Did they divorce or is this a total different person? I had added her as his wife on ancestry.com. So I am not sure...,
|Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War||Robert Dripps Campbell|
Thank you for the additional information about R.D. Campbell. I've changed his memorial to reflect your information.
Phil Signor-Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
|Terrance B. Sweeney||RE: Tombstone|
You're very welcome.
i found an elizabeth and judson hanselman in the mausoleum at east lawn and havent been able to physically locate them at valley st.one of the biggest issues were having is the geneological record society gets the 2 mixed up and lists sections of east lawn that dont exist.please have a look at hanselman in east lawn and let me know if these may be the ones you listed.thanks.
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