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Robert Cline (#46512028)
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Bio Photo I retired from the United States Navy and have become interested in my family history, surnames I'm interested in are Hamilton, Schuyler, Morris,
Brenenstall, Cline, Sager, Maple, Martin, Mills, Shafer, Galbreath, Saunders, Tate, Stuby, Krigbaum and Caywood.
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S. Luck-Brillhart
Breningstall, etc
Thanks for all your information. I am not as directly related to the Breningstall/Brenenstall/etc people as you are. They are related from my great-great-grandfather's (Ferdinand Reinhart) 2nd wife, Elsie J. Vreeland. Her mother was Matilda L. Breningstall, daughter of Abraham Thurber Breningstall II and Mary Ann Shed. I am descendant from Ferdinand's 1st wife, Mary Louisa Clark.
I came across Rueben because I am working through all of the records for Pleasant View Cemetery in Petersburg, Monroe County, MI to update Find A Grave and to also provide missing and correcting information to the township Clerk that handles the records for the cemetery. There are 24 burials with a last name of Breningstall there, not to mention all the other women with that maiden name. Rueben is related to several in the cemetery so I was pretty certain he would have the same spelling.
Thanks for your help in trying to make these records as accurate as possible.
Added by S. Luck-Brillhart on Mar 30, 2015 11:00 PM
John Winning
RE: Charles Gordon Clarke
Hi Bob,

You are very welcome. The Clark's are my wife's great grandparents. I have a lot of documents on the family. If you want additional send an email to me.

John Winning
Added by John Winning on Mar 23, 2015 5:19 PM
Dennis Krebs
Mary Clarke
I did find that there was a Mary J. Clark (no date of birth; died 5/10/1922 or 1923; died at Browns Valley; no cemetery listed):
Added by Dennis Krebs on Mar 10, 2015 12:28 PM
Dennis Krebs
Mary Clarke - Smartsvilld Cemetery
I walked the entire Smartsville Cemetery today but was unable to find a marker for Mary Clarke. I believe there are two other cemeteries in the Smartsville area so I'll walk those when I can find out where they are.
Added by Dennis Krebs on Mar 09, 2015 5:10 PM
Roger Teters
Wm. Goodnight
I am related by marr. far off to the Melton.

I maintain Sarah 1841- (sister of Wm.)
and David 1857- (bro. of Wm.)
Will you accept transfer of them into your care ??
Roger Teters
Added by Roger Teters on Jan 16, 2015 9:30 AM
Wendi Zimmerman
alva cole
do you have any info on Alva Cole's parents? or where I can find any info? I can't find anything on

thanks for any and all help.
Added by Wendi Zimmerman on Nov 24, 2014 8:22 PM
Leigha Robbins
RE: Mary (Krigbaum) Clarke
on Tuesday I will try to get over there.
Added by Leigha Robbins on Nov 06, 2014 8:15 PM
Leigha Robbins
Mary Jane Clark headstone on Yuba Roots shows that is up near Smartsville Síville Frat
Added by Leigha Robbins on Nov 06, 2014 9:31 AM
Larry R. Bish and Louisa A Bish-Faw
RE: Sara Fugate
I would be happy to add anything you wish...
Added by Larry R. Bish and Louisa ... on Sep 21, 2014 6:56 AM
Dennis Bell
RE: Electa M. Hardy

No, we were not able to read the death date for sure or the number of year(s) (believe it is one year) days and months to be certain. I did an extensive federal census research finding them in 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880. I thought I had it nailed down with an infant listed on the 1870 census at 3 months old but the person was listed as a male. :( About the only thing I know of doing is to visit the cemetery again and see if any additional information can be had. I do have a family history friend in Shenandoah that may be able to help as well. That is all I can offer at this time.

Added by Dennis Bell on Sep 09, 2014 12:04 PM
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