|Penny N. (#46933172)|
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|The genealogy bug bit me back in the 60's and I am still hooked. We used to live in southern Wisconsin, but now live in the Atlanta, Georgia area.|
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|Cynthia Claytonroberts||RE: Richard Badertscher|
Sure, Penny. No need to credit me for it, it was probably one of the Badertschers who wrote it. I have a thing about obituaries, if not one of the better sources of genealogy, the more interesting.
We write them or at least supply the details for our friends and family members all over the country/world who pass away; pay dearly when they are published; and now are having our pockets picked by the newest of ingenuous entrepreneurs to buy them back in one barely searchable form or another. Or subscribe to umpteen digital newspapers in the middle of nowhere, just to read them.
Whatever happened to that damn fool who tried to patent genes, strands of DNA :)
On second thought, go ahead and credit me, so whoever imagines I infringed on *their* copyrights can sue me. I could use one last crusade before I'm dragged off to the crematorium.
|Don Matson||Isaac Wampler in Mineral Creek Cem. in Johnson Co.,Mo.|
Are you related to this Isaac Wampler 1825-1916 who is buried in the Mineral Creek Cem. at Leeton in Johnson Co.,Mo. ? Can you tell me if his parent's names were on his death certificate ?
I also can't find Isaac on the 1870 census anywhere. Any idea where he could have been ?
He was on 1850 & 60 in Indiana & 1880 in Johnson Co.,Mo., but can't find him on 1870.
Don Matson email@example.com
|David Roesch||Potential Famil Quesion.|
I've been putting a tree together on Ancestry, and if the info is correct it looks like this posting is my great grandfather. My Grandmother was Ila Webb(his daughter).
I wonder do you have any pictures of him/them or anyone..?
my email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd really appreciate it, we werent the closest and Ila didnt talk much about her background so would be great to see any connections.
Thanks for your time.
Just to avoid confusion address should be
Second . before was a period.
|Joel Davison||Minnie Huff - Chardon|
I went back and looked at the Geauga Vital Records supplied me by historian & Contrib Teeter Grosvenor, and it does give the date of 1975, and it is typed with no ( ) which indicates it is that way on the tombstone. I do not know further.
I would suggest contacting the genealogy room at the library in Chardon at this address:
They may be able to help further.
Also in notes section it does say w/o Harlow H. & that Minnie was d/o William & Ella (Smith) Parker
Hope this helps.
|Jennifer Bennett Powers||RE: Arthur Jones 78805269|
|CindyS||RE: William Jasper Hopkins|
Hi Penny - I have no clue. Was it a cenotaph? If so it should not have been merged. The only other explanation I can think of is if someone noticed it as a possible duplicate they notified the admins and they merged it. I notice that does happen a lot, especially if a person does not want to go through the contributor that had made the duplicate and when it has been merged/deleted the admins will not notify when its been done (which I cant blame them on the amount of work that they do). The only other thing you can do is email Jim Tipton or one of the other admins and see what can be done. I'm sorry I could not be of more help. Cindy
Added by CindyS on Feb 20, 2014 6:27 AM
|Jennifer Race||RE: Shirl Fosler|
Thank you for linking it so quickly. He is related, but very distantly. Another person may come along later that would like to maintain his memorial. Thank you for the offer though. :)
Hi again Penny,
I was reading through the messages and found one that mentioned you are working on the Evans family. If it is Edwin Evans and Mary Elizabeth Peppers, then that is my line. A woman mentioned Katie Evans Hopkins....she is my grandmother's mother. Please let me know if you are also researching this family.
Added by pkimbell on Dec 04, 2013 4:58 PM
|pkimbell||RE: Greenwood Cemetery|
Thank you for the clarification, Penny. My grandmother was born in Brodhead, and I have several family members buried in Greenwood Cemetery, but having never been to Brodhead myself, I was confused.
Added by pkimbell on Dec 04, 2013 4:52 PM
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