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Ann Tomica (#46824041)
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Bio Photo I've been "hooked" on genealogy since about 2003.

My main areas of research:

BACON - from England
BOROP/BORUP - from Denmark
MAVITY - from Ireland
MILLER - from Germany
MORRISON - from Scotland
NEWARK - from England
PADGHAM - from England
RAGER - from Germany

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Ray Rawson
Mary E Rawson Miller
Hey Ann. I see you are the keeper for Mary. I suspect her father is the man I've been looking to link to my direct line. Do you know if Frank (Francis) was born in England and if so, exactly where? Was he married in Illinois or England? Frank would be a Great Uncle to me. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Ray RAWSON
Added by Ray Rawson on Aug 01, 2014 3:05 PM
barbara
Corbett Graves at Sumter Cemetery
Have linked the spouse and thank you very much. It's a team effort and I appreciate your input!!!
Added by barbara on Mar 16, 2014 12:25 PM
Vanessa Thompson
Main Family
Hello Ann, I see you have done some work on the Main Family and I noticed that you have Obediah Logan Main as the son of Samuel and Permilia. I believe there may be an error there, the Obediah born to Samuel and Permilia was my 2nd great grandfather Obediah Eyers Main. With the same names being used with little variation it sure does get confusing at times. If you like, my mother has the Main Family tree on Ancestry- you may find a few tidbits there for your Mavity line.
Added by Vanessa Thompson on Jan 24, 2014 7:50 AM
Larry & Helen in Ok.
William Bales
Hello Ann. I read you lived in Mt Pleasant, Ia and found William & (28)are buried at the Mental Health Institute Cemetery. Do you have records on him and/or the rest of them? I think I have made a mistake on William and spouse Sarah(my cousin). I would appreciate any information and help, so I can correct and make right. Thank you Larry
larrylw62@yahoo.com
Added by Larry & Helen in Ok. on Jan 09, 2014 12:39 PM
B. Darling
Padgham
Hello Ann, I've corrected the spelling and also linked Irene Padgham Leslie to her parents. Thanks,Ben
Added by B. Darling on Dec 03, 2013 1:25 PM
NWpioneer
RE: Dr? Morrison
You raise a good question. I notice you have William Morrison linked to wife Jennie, but I am not sure that is correct. The Interment.Net transcription says Jennie is the wife of Dr. M. A., not W. A as you have it.

I have found vitals for William Morrison on the DAR database that say he was married to Sarah Jane McClay:

William A Morrison born on 21 - Mar - 1838 at Washington Co PA
died at Washington Co PA on 6 - Aug - 1892 and his ( 1st ) wife
Sarah Jane McClay born on 10 - Feb - 1843 at Washington Co PA
died at Washington Co PA on 11 - Jan - 1930 married on (c) - - 1873

Note that the birth and death dates for William agree with the Interment.Net transcription. I wonder if it was Milton Morrison that was the doctor and the transcription is wrong? A picture would be worth a thousand words in this case.

FYI, you will find the Morrison data in the DAR database under:RUSSELL, ANDREW, Ancestor #: A098319

Here is the link to the DAR database:

http://services.dar.org/public/dar_research/search/?Tab_ID=1
Added by NWpioneer on Nov 01, 2013 2:06 PM
NWpioneer
Dr? Morrison
I just ran across a transcription of the cemetery on Interment.net that shows him as: "Morrison, William A. (Dr), b. 21 Mar 1838, d. 6 Aug 1892, Civil War - GAR Marker". So maybe that is where the title came from? The transcription is here:

http://www.interment.net/data/us/pa/washington/groveup/
Added by NWpioneer on Oct 25, 2013 9:36 AM
NWpioneer
RE: Elizabeth (Miller) Morrison
That's a good question, but I do not know why he was given the title of doctor on his memorial. You should ask the person who first placed the memorial. I looked through some of the biographical material that is online, but did not find any mention of a Dr. William A. Morrison.
Added by NWpioneer on Oct 25, 2013 9:10 AM
Charlotte McConaha
RE: Morrisons you transferred
I don't know we're the dr came from, it was on the paperwork I had, could have been a typo could have been supposed to be mr
Added by Charlotte McConaha on Oct 25, 2013 8:49 AM
NWpioneer
RE: Elizabeth (Miller) Morrison
Thanks for the notification. It looks like you have already linked Milton and Dr William Morrison, which are the two I was waiting for. I am still looking for the parents of Elizabeth (Miller) Morrison, and if I find them I will get back to you to request a link.
Added by NWpioneer on Oct 24, 2013 12:54 PM
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