|Gina (Ward) Guilfoyle (#46934563)|
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I started my genealogy journey quite by accident. A question came up in my family ancestry, so I decided to see if I could answer it. I found the answer and I was excited about the find. My husband then purchased a family tree computer program and it has snowballed from there. I love history and thinking about how our ancestors lived. I enjoy sharing with others the newest information found. It's a great way to honor our heritage and remember the ones who came before us. "Some" of the names I am researching are....Brune, Stehwien, Mangelsdorf, Fickel, Southard, Harris, Holloman, Troxel, Ward, Osborne, Stubblefield, Coffin, Guerrant, Porche, Guilfoyle plus related lines. |
Thanks to all that have contributed to my memorials. I am willing to share what information I have. Sharing is what Find A Grave is all about. That's my belief! Please feel free to use any of my information or photos for your own use.
Please, if you find any errors or if I can make any additions, let me know!
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|Pamela Johnson Mortensen||Troxel|
Ah, yes, George was one of the three children of Frederick and his second wife, Alabama. I am descended from George's half brother, Alexander D., whose mother was Frederick's first wife, Jane Cox: Alexander -> Thomas A. -> Mary Blanche Troxel Johnson (my paternal grandmother). Always good to meet another Troxel!
|Pamela Johnson Mortensen||Troxels|
Gina, I have seen your name a lot here on F.A.G. and just noticed that Troxel is one family you are researching. Since this is my paternal grandmother's family, I wonder if we are related? Do you have Troxels in your line?
|Penny Wood Spaziani||RE: Mountain View Cemetery|
Gilbert Moles and Bernard Brown are buried in the same plot, that is why I added the same photo to both of them. I assume they are related they were both children. Their headstone photo is the top photo it was covered with moss and dirt till I scraped it off.If you click on it, it will blow up so you can see it better that is the headstone. Yes they would be buried under the rhododendron plant, you can see the square concrete outline of their plot (especially if you blow it up)covered with moss.
Hopes this helps you as you can see there is nothing to fix :)
|Shelley Cardiel||RE: James Whiteford|
photographs have all been removed
|Chuck McKinley||RE: Memorial Park Cemetery|
Any time I can help
|Barbara Goggin Brann||James Whiteford|
You are welcome. However, according to the stone he died Aug 27, 1851 at the age of 44, putting his birth year around 1817. Do you think that this perhaps is not the James Whiteford that you are looking for?
|Joseph R. Gainey||RE: Greenlawn Memorial Gardens|
My pleasure.! I also added photographs for the two other family members buried next to him. I figured you would want them as well. The plot they are buried in is Section I.
|Darrell Landrum||Joseph Wemple|
There is also a Joseph P Wemple (1881-1883).
|Darrell Landrum||Wemple family in Green Hill|
Hi Gina, I was in Danville yesterday and fulfilled a couple of photo requests for Wemple family whom you had put the memorials up for. Wanted to let you know that there is a lady buried in there named Blanche Wemple (1877-1967) and another by the name of Mary W Hagedorn (1874-1946). I have photos of their graves and will post them if you wanted to post memorials for them as I assume they must be family as well.
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