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|I have always liked puzzles. When my daughter asked me why certain persons attended the same weddings, funerals, and family events that we did, it was time to organize and put together our puzzle. Unfortunately the night my father brought family information to start his lineage, he had a heart attack and died before we could begin. So our personal 'History Mystery' had a slow start. By good fortune and sheer luck I was connected to a distant cousin in North Carolina and it has been an addiction ever since. Now my grandchildren are assisting. And life goes on and the puzzle never ends.|
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|Don Beard||RE: Samuel Clinton Oberholzer|
Thank you, very much.
If there is anything I can do for you, let me know.
|Don Beard||Samuel Clinton Oberholzer|
Please add a link to the mother of Samuel Clinton Oberholzer (Memorial 50321145).
His mother was Elizabeth Oberholtzer (Memorial #48008239) who is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Hagerstown, MD. His only half-sister was Ida Kate Oberholtzer Beard Sayles.
Don Beard (Member #47925395)
just to let you know Bethany Evangelical Congregational Cemetery and Creswell Cemetery are the same
|An Ashland Genealogist||Susanna "Suie" Hess Trimble|
Updates made... Thanks a lot! - If you think of more info to add for her, let me know.. - - Buddy
I went to Stoughton today and I was able to get the photo for Jane, for you.
Absolutely! If you send me your email I can attach the originals if you like.
Added by DNealeDE on Jun 28, 2015 4:42 PM
|Never Ending Story||transfer|
Ellen, so sorry, I thought I had already done this!
|csnyderheaton||RE: Garnet and Mary|
sorry I do not think I ever replied to you..I wanted to say a huge thank you for all of your work..I have enjoyed reading your research..and have learned alot!
I transferred the Coveys into your care...I like for them to be with family. take care
Added by Dee H on Feb 10, 2015 3:45 PM
Thank you for posting the memorial for Countess Valerie S. Malmont. I might not have known of her death had I not seen it. I never personally met Valerie but in 2003-2004 she and several others joined me in a research project which delved into the mysterious life and death of Jan Bartell, an obscure author, poet, and off-Broadway actress. All of my conversations with Valerie took place via phone and email but even so, I feel very fortunate to have had that contact with Valerie. She was a unique and very talented person. She will be missed, I'm sure, by all who knew her.
Added by Brenda on Feb 06, 2015 2:03 PM
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