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RE: Gary family
I'm afraid you and I are stuck in the same place. I have found 6 of their children, but I'm pretty sure there are 3 more. I don't have the parents of Polly Marsh either. Wish I could be more help.
Added by Wisewoman32 on May 03, 2016 11:55 AM
RE: Gary family
Yes, Fred Gary was my great-grandfather.
Added by Wisewoman32 on May 02, 2016 6:11 AM
Sandra Pope
transferring Cowger 10
It is on the FAQ page. I think you have my member #.
I don't have it memorized.
The History of Licking County, pg 497, was a good source of information for Hannah & Nicholas. That page said they moved to Licking County in 1815. Their children were born in Virginia.
Added by Sandra Pope on Apr 25, 2016 3:44 PM
Sandra Pope
RE: Cowger Cemetery #10
Thank you very much. I Think it may be on an information page. I'll ask someone who has done that.
Added by Sandra Pope on Apr 25, 2016 3:32 PM
Sandra Pope
RE: Levi Trumbo Letter

thank you for your reply. Another question & comment. Hannah Cowger (1778-1862)was only daughter of George & Hannah Cowger. She choose to have Jacob Trumbo, her stepfather, to be her guardian after George died. She married Nicholas Shaver and moved to Licking County, Ohio. There were no indications that she communicated with her brothers, Henry and John Cowger. Do you think there is a connection?
Added by Sandra Pope on Apr 25, 2016 8:21 AM
Sandra Pope
Levi Trumbo Letter
That was so interesting and funny to read Levi's letter. He would probably turn over in his grave if he knew the letter went so public. Would you tell me the source?
Levi's father and George Cowger bought a parcel of land that was split between the two. Many of the names mentioned are in my husband's family's history.
Added by Sandra Pope on Apr 07, 2016 3:17 PM
Sandra Pope
Cowger Cemetery #10
This cemetery is on our property where my husband & I will be buried. Is there any way that the cemetery and memorial could be transferred to me? I wrote the book George and Hannah Hawes Cowger of Pendleton County Virginia/West Virginia Five Generations 1774 - 1974.
Added by Sandra Pope on Apr 04, 2016 8:34 PM
Lee P. Miller
Hi Dennis. This is in response to your email to me on January 15 thru Find A Grave. I apologize for the late reply as my computer has been in the "shop" so to speak with the geek squad. Lee or Paullus as he was known by family is my Grandfather. How interesting to meet a distant relative. You can email me at Look forward to hearing from you.

Patty "Miller" Davis
Added by Patty on Feb 02, 2016 10:35 AM
chris clapsadle
Charles Hiser Memorial
Thanks for the will info, I have posted it to his memorial. While he is not my direct line, I knew Rufus Siple, a most kind and talented man, so when the Pendleton Historical Society provided this information, I knew I had to create his memorial. Thanks again. chriseyec
Added by chris clapsadle on Jan 16, 2016 2:34 PM
Sandy Vandertol
Hey there Denny!
I'm thrilled to find you on Find A Grave! I had no idea you were a fan of this site, but I see you discovered it way before I did. I have to admit that I love it more than any other site and spend all my time on it. Mindy caught me up on the girls and I am just amazed that they are so grown up already. You must be a proud father!
Added by Sandy Vandertol on Nov 15, 2015 6:25 PM
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