|Margaret Sopp (#46619622)|
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Genealogy has been my hobby since I was a teenager. I research all of my lines with equal passion. |
However, I have the most information on my Sprankle-Sprenkle-Sprinkle family. That is because I research all the Sprankle-Sprenkle-Sprinkle branches. Thanks to the Sprenkel DNA Project, we have learned that virtually all Sprankle-Sprenkle-Sprinkle families in this country are part of the same family. Note that these surnames are also spelled Sprankel-Sprenkel-Sprinkel-Sprinkles. One branch uses the Sprengle spelling.
Nearly all of the memorials I create or manage at Find A Grave are for people who are on my family tree. Rarely do I create memorials for individuals who are not connected to me in some manner. And, each memorial I create or manage is special to me.
Find A Grave is such a wonderful concept, and it is a marvelous resource for genealogists.
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|Nicky Watson||RE: Watson genealogy|
Yes, I'm Nicole Marie.
Thank you so much for that information. It is VERY helpful!
I was wondering if you have a tree on ancestry.com or something that I could take a look at, if it's not too much trouble?
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|Nancy Poquette||Maria Comer McDowell|
It's good to here from you again. You are working late tonight!
I will only answer briefly now: I also use this great website for actual MISSOURI death and marriage certificates: http://www.sos.mo.gov/records/archives/archivesdb/deathcertificates/Results.aspx
It helps a lot to see the original handwritten records. We can decipher why the transcriptions can so so haywire! And so it does, keep us entertained!
|Nicky Watson||Rollie Watson memorial|
Hi. My name's Nicky and I have a question about Rollie Watson's memorial.
Would you tell me where you discovered his parents names? I've been trying to find a document or something that states the names of his parents, but I haven't had any luck.
|Mark Vernon||RE: Laura Sprengle Freeman|
You are very welcome!
|Tom Denardo||RE: new sprinkle|
Look in brooking
|Tom Denardo||new sprinkle|
I found surnames sprinkel
and sprinkell in brooking cemetery
Raytown, mo. Your bio does not include
this spelling variation. Let me know
what you think.
|Carol Dorward||Benjamin K. Myers|
I seriously doubt this Benjamin K. Myers was married to Sarah Bloomenshine (usually spelled as Blumenshine in Tazewell Co.). This marriage, according to the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index occurred on December 14, 1861. This would be just FIVE DAYS BEFORE the marriage between Benj. K. Myers and Mary E. Ellis which, if the Woodford County, Illinois Marriages by Lucy Palmer Frane and published in 1939 is correct, has their marriage date as December 19, 1861.
I don't know if you have to be a paid subscriber but in today's Centre Daily Times (State College, PA) there is an obit for a Margaret Sprenkle Halleck. Thought you'd like to know. I am a subscriber so if you can't get it, let me know and I'll get it for you.
|Yvonne Freed Dunn||mayes and Leeper|
Transfer was complete..Have a very wonderful day..
Would you also like me to transfer Ralph Kise?
Added by Connie on Jan 03, 2015 12:37 PM
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