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|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||RE: McFerren-Fetterhoff|
Hi! Dorothy Vigano is my daughter and takes care of the HENNESSEY-MCFERREN family tree in Ancestry. She's a DAR certified genealogist, and is active in her local DAR community. She is in F/G as a contributor, but works more in DAR and Ancestry from Annandale, VA.
So, I am Patty McFerren-Blanton, dau of Richard Patrick (AKA Pat) McFerren of Quincy, Franklin CO., PA. Pat McFerren was the son of Samuel David McFerren and Fannie Belle Monn McFerren Wingert. Samuel was the son of Stephen Decatur McFerren and Missouri Welch McFerren, who was the son of PETER MCFERREN I (1812-1898)...SEE Find A Grave Memorial# 38419984. Nobody knew who Peter's parents were (nor his wife's, Nancy Keiffer McFerren). We were dead-ended.
Recently, a F/G contributor transferred Elizabeth Fetterhoff McFerren's son, George to us--and his son John Wesley McFerren) which sparked research into her husband (who we now call Peter I). Subsequently, Dorothy (our little DNA expert) in Va. linked Peter I, Elizabeth, and Elizabeth's parents George & Katherine Fetterhoff to us. The only McFerren in FindAGrave who is a Fetterhoff & McFerren is George!
So, we are looking for "backup material" from people's family bibles and family trees, photo albums, etc. to substantiate the DNA connection. If you have anything you could add, please email
so we can get "cracking" on it! (hee hee)
THANKS FOR CONTACTING US!
PATTY MCF. BLANTON
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||RE: # 59900204|
Hi! Are you related to George Fetterhoff and his wife Katherine (Find A Grave Memorial# 59900266).
My daughter, Dorothy Vigano, is the family genealogist, and has had the Ancestry.com DNA done on our family. When she searched for McFerren, Katherine Fetterhoff and George Fetterhoff and their daughter, Elizabeth, came up as being closely related to our McFerren line.
Do you have any data on Peter McFerren I 1792-1864 161727431, who could biologically be the father of Peter McFerren II (1812-1898) Find A Grave Memorial# 38419984. The latter (Peter II) had no parents, and the DNA connection links us to the McFerren-Fetterhoff line.
Anything in your family bible?
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||P.S.|
The photo I saw (including maps) were at:
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||RE: # 59900204 # 132078959|
OK...There was a photo I saw and asked the originator to post it to her parent's memorials.
It showed about 10 really old graves at the family farm burial site, nearby the Chapel.
Do you live anywhere near the Fetterhoff Chapel or farm?
|Diane Harris||RE: # 139063932, # 139063970, # 137539498|
She is now linked to William Emery. Thanks, Diane
|Paula BradenBush||Estella Waldrop Townsend|
William Franklin Townsend her in Lawrence County, Mississippi, on 4 November 1896, according to your input on his record (Thank you!) Do you have any further information regarding Estella?? I have extremely limited from my deceased mother's records.
Paula Braden Bush
|Pat and Ron Reece||RE: # 117018199 & # 116077073|
Hello. I based my info on Phoebe Sovereign Langs from the Owens book "Pioneer Sketches of Long Point", the book "Early Germans of New Jersey", the 1851 census, and the 1861 census. In 1851 her age was 52 at her last birthday which would make her birth in 1798. The name is spelled Phoebe on most of the documents I have found.
Since I created #116077073 before the other one was created, I think it would be best if that one was merged with mine. I already have the links to her parents on it.
Wish I could find the photos I made of Greenwood Cemetery in 1992.
Thank you for the edit. If you are a family member I would be happy to transfer the memorial.
Added by Scott on Feb 13, 2016 11:22 AM
|Maggie O||RE: 112158273|
that's awesome, I will adjust the bio !!
Added by Maggie O on Jan 21, 2016 6:45 AM
|Maggie O||RE: Church twins?|
I added a note that they may not be - who knows really? I love history too, I was surprised to not find a lot more on the family since they were considered a pionerring family...
I think what you think is important that why I added it, so many newspapers and books are wrong HAH
are you related to them?
Added by Maggie O on Jan 18, 2016 11:30 AM
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