|Connie Mills (#4210320)|
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My paternal side contains: Mills, Hester, Wright, Cockcroft, Culpepper, Mush. They lived in N Carolina, Alabama, Georgia and Florida mostly but several ancestors came from England.|
My maternal side Barley, Reed, Wright, Reel, Mungold, Galligher, Strait, Coon, Love. The Barley's came from Germany, moved to PA then to IN. Reed's came from England, moved to IL, then to IN. The Wrights, we're not sure, it's a roadblock. What I know is PA to OH, then to IN. Supposed to be related to the Wright Brothers. Prudence Mungold married Joseph Reel, they lived in VA. He died in Miami Co, IN in 1863 and she died in OH. They are roadblocks too, would love to know who their parents and siblings were. Maggie Gallligher came from NY to IN but her parents were from Ireland and maybe the mother from Scotland, another roadblock. The Straits from PA to OH.
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|baack40||RE: Was it Amspaugh?|
I think some of them spell it with an M and some with an N. Long time feud I think wayyyy back when. LOL
Added by baack40 on Jul 23, 2014 6:20 PM
|baack40||RE: William C Hammond|
I notice you are from New Haven, IN. My mother's family is located around New Haven and Ft. Wayne. Chester's, Federspeil, Raleigh, Amstead
Added by baack40 on Jul 22, 2014 6:45 PM
|baack40||RE: William C Hammond|
Glad I could help. I posted pics of several other Hammonds in that area also. Was easy to find. Good luck with your brick wall.
Added by baack40 on Jul 22, 2014 5:36 PM
|Brian G. Mills||RE: The Mills'|
connie, please forgive me for not getting back with you. i have had several medical issues since retiring. ihad both eyes worked on and had a pacemaker put in . i have not even felt like doing anything but am doing some better now. i will get back with you real soon. i do have a site on ancestry .com. check it out,you willsee we are cousins. talk with you soon, regards Brian Mills
Like I said earlier, if your daughter wishes to wrote a more informative bio for John Spinks, she can do so and submit it through the email@example.com e-mail. I suggest that she looks over the guidelines for how they want bios to be written in their Q&A section. I have no problem if she submits a bio and they use hers. But like I said, I have no control over those decisions.
Have a nice day!
Added by C.S. on Jul 10, 2014 9:31 AM
|C.S.||RE: John Frederick Spinnks|
I don't know where to begin with this. With all due respect Connie, when it comes to famous entries, there is no first one in they take rule. That's great you new John Spinks personally. If your daughter wishes to write a better bio, than she can submit one through the firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail address and it will be up to the administrators. I no longer have control of this memorial once it has been converted to famous. There is no need for you to be hostile because mine was accepted first. This is only a website for Pete sakes.
Added by C.S. on Jul 10, 2014 5:13 AM
|Carl Myers||RE: Jeanette Pittman Cassell|
If you are inclined, usually the owner will transfer the person to you. Also there are several other Cassel(l) that might be relatives and you can submit a name change to add the L ( which I did for Jeanette ).
And you are correct in the bushes get pretty big but you should see some stones that look like you are in a jungle. Overall, this is a pretty well kept cemetery.
I used to live near Bluffton, IN!
|Martha Chrisman Riley||RE: Benjamine Rush|
You are welcome! I was surprised to see the "e" on the end of his name. It was a hot day today in that cemetery, but it is on my way home, so I thought I would just stop in and look for him.
|Kay Ennis||RE: Thomas Clingman Mills|
You're very welcome!
|Jack O||Henry Croyle-O'Connor Cemetery|
I hate to tell you this but there is no headstone for Henry Croyle or his wife Eve in the cemetery. The only record I have that he may have been buried there is Wallace Croyle's "My Search for the Truth" that both Henry and Eve are buried here. In the mid 1930's, the WPA did an audit of the cemetery found only 13 headstones that were readable and his was not one of them.
Added by Jack O on Apr 27, 2014 5:18 AM
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