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heather wright
Thank you
thanks for the transfers!
Added by heather wright on Feb 05, 2016 3:02 PM
Don Rekus
It's me again,
If you would, please link Augustine Cuppett #99320282 to his father John Jacob Cuppett #91010205 and his mother Mary Ann Wolfe # 99319309.
Thanks loads,
Added by Don Rekus on Jan 14, 2016 1:23 PM
laura rollins
Your welcome!!
Added by laura rollins on Jan 07, 2016 12:27 PM
Ralph H. and Hilda Sayre, Upshur-WV-USA
jacob hyre
Just added copy of the request for his tombstone (1931 by DAR). If we can't find the original, a replacement may be ordered using the info on the 1931 request (Indian Spy). Hilda
Added by Ralph H. and Hilda Sayre,... on Jan 05, 2016 6:07 AM
Don Rekus
RE: memorial # 99319309
She is my 3rd G Grandmother through her daughter Susannah 1830-1875, married William Henry Hauger, 1828-1860, and then Susannah's daughter, Mary Elizabeth Hauger 1855-1923, married Herman Galbrecht.
It matters not to me who manages Mary Ann's memorial as long as the proper family links are made as I did with her husband, John Jacob Cuppet 1802-1871.
I have Mary Ann's Father as Philip Augustine Wolfe, 1756-1832 (Mary Elizabeth Cook)---- His father John Jacob "Jake The Elder" Wolfe 1734-1779
(Sara Elizabeth Anderschall) ---- then Jacob Wolfe 1710-1799 (Catherine Clarissa Augustine).
Thanks for the reply, Don
Added by Don Rekus on Dec 09, 2015 12:39 PM
Don Rekus
memorial # 99319309
If you would, please transfer Mary Ann Wolfe Cuppet, memorial # 99319309 to me as I am the contributor of the site for her husband, and she is my ancestor.
Thanks, Don Rekus (#47642140)
Added by Don Rekus on Dec 08, 2015 8:50 PM
Del Groves
I've encountered a wall on my ancestor John Groves (c. 1785/88-1835) m. Eva Lloyd. To try and track him prior to 1820 in Preston Co, I'm looking at known associates of the same time period. One such potential clue comes from the below source which mentions Lewis Falkenstine (Falkenstein?) so am interested likewise in tracking his whereabouts before landing similarly in Preston Co in hopes it may provide further clues about my John Groves. Are you a Falenstine/Falenstein researcher and can you help? Thank you!

"The Preston County Journal, republished 26 Jan 2000 Kingwood WV, 30 Jan 1908.

...In Deep Hollow, which lies toward Valley Point, settled William Greathouse, who made a home there about 1800, and ___ May, whose arrival was doubless much earlier.

Crossing to the lower lying plateau around Harmony Grove, we find another center of early settlement. Here came David Graham in 1785, and at very nearly the same time came John and Thomas Jenkins. Christina Cale arrived in 1794, and Thomas Liston, an uncle to Joseph, was here at not far from the same date. Toward the Big Sandy chasm, James Metheny, cousin to Absalom, settled before 1800, and Thomas Gibson probably about 1790. John G. and Jonathan Smith were also early settlers at Hudson, arriving near the year 1800.

Passing eastward into the glades around the source of Sovereign's run, we come to where John Bryte and Absalom Sovereign settled by or before 1800. A little farther eastward, John Miller located in 1815 and at the same time came John Nicola. Two miles yet farther eastward is Valley Point, and hither came Daniel Martin very shortly after the close the war of the Revolution in 1783. Lewis Falkenstine came to the same neighborhood in 1817, and at very near the same time John Groves located between Valley Point and Deep Hollow. Robert and Alexander McNair were early settlers, but probably arrived toward the close of the Pioneer Period. Jeremiah Sterling came to Sugar Valley very near the year 1798. Adam Sweyer was a neighbor to Sovereign and came in 1793, but held no realty...."
Added by Del Groves on Dec 04, 2015 6:44 AM
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RE: Dennis
You are welcome!
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Don Porter
RE: Samuel Uphold
Sorry about that - I meant to add the photo to the Mount Calvary main page - I don't have a photo of Samuel's stone - if one exists I must have missed it.
Added by Don Porter on Nov 14, 2015 5:53 PM
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