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Redcinder (#46993069)
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Bio Photo My direct lineage is Knouffs, Gabelmanns, Greer, Sells, Ulrey, Wilson, Ware and many other lineages. I am also a member of, trying to preserve all sorts of records for my ancestors and their spouses and children :)

My Grandma Potts already did most of Potts and Pate lineage, so I was not really working on them but I do have a book on them so I was actually working on my Mom's side..

If you want to transfer memorials just use edit button and let me know which memorial you want transfered to as long as you are related to them and actually working on family tree, I do not mind if they are your cousins, aunts, uncles grandparents, I will be gladly transfered to you :) as long as they are not related to me :)

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Elizabeth Wright
RE: Hello
I do not have any Wright ancestors in Oregan. What I have found so far, my Wright descendants have been in Indiana for 3 or 4 generations. The earlier generations came from the east coast. I am not sure if you are on I do have a public tree on that site you are more that welcome to check it out.
Added by Elizabeth Wright on Nov 22, 2015 3:12 AM
Samuel and Mary Jane Snyder
Thank you for transferring Samuel and Mary Jane Snyder's memorials to me.
Added by LH on Nov 15, 2015 1:40 PM
Transfer Request
Please transfer the following memorials to me. They are my great grandparents:

Find A Grave Memorial# 36767541
Find A Grave Memorial# 36767527

Thank you.
Added by LH on Nov 06, 2015 1:43 PM
Kelly Heuser
Mary Ulrey
I'm not sure if you found out yet but, Mary was married to George Leavitt Clapham (a relative of mine) I can fill in some blanks as to children and grandchildren if you'd like. Shoot me an email at and I'll send you copies of what information I have.
Added by Kelly Heuser on Sep 21, 2015 11:13 PM
Sheila Kell
America Ulrey Shepherd # 106602983
Another one

North Vernon Plain Dealer April 28, 1910

Commiskey Column

America E. Ulrey was born September 17, 1841, in Clermont Co., Ohio, and died at Commiskey, Ind., April 18, 1910, age 68 years 7 months and 1 day. She was married to Marion A. Shepherd Feb. 1867; to this union were born three children, Nellie Naden of North Dakota, Frank Shepherd of Commiskey and a son having died in infancy. She was a member of the Hopewell M.E. church at which the funeral occurred Wednesday at 2 o'clock conducted by Rev. Williams. In the death of Mrs. Shepherd the community lost a good citizen, the family a kind, loving wife and mother. Our loss is Heaven's gain.


We desire to thank the friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown us during the sickness and death of our beloved wife and mother.

Added by Sheila Kell on Aug 09, 2015 1:27 PM
Sheila Kell
Marion A Shepherd # 106602956
Here is another tidbit of information for you.

North Vernon Sun Thursday April 3, 1924


Marian Shepherd, died aged 85 years, died Friday at his home here. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon and burial in the Hopewell cemetery.


North Vernon Plain Dealer and Republican Thursday April 3, 1924


Was Civil War Veteran

Marion A. Shepherd, eighty-five years old, died in this city at two o'clock Saturday morning, March 29.
Funeral services were held at Hopewell Methodist Church, near Commiskey. Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. G.W. Holmes. The burial took place in Hopewell cemetery. Marion Shepherd served in the Civil War and at the close of the war he was married to America E. Ulrey, of Newton County, who preceded him in death several years ago. He is survived by their two children Frank Shepherd of Louisville Ky., and Mrs. Nellie Baker who resides in North Dakota. One brother Elmer Shepherd of Spencer township, also survives.
Added by Sheila Kell on Aug 09, 2015 1:25 PM
Sheila Kell
# 106608856
Take a look at this marker picture just posted. I think it is the missing child of America Elizabeth Ulrey and Marion A. Shepherd. My son took the picture on Saturday. It is just to the left of their stone.
Added by Sheila Kell on Aug 02, 2015 3:31 PM
RE: William Henry Eller
William Henry Eller was born October 21, 1871, son of John Eller and Anna Overdorff. He married Ami Luella Young on Mar 3 1890. William died January 7 1861 in Hamilton, Indiana.

He is a half 4th cousin 3x removed. Please do not transfer his memorial or use my name as a contributor in his bio.

Thanks for the reply, PBosler
Added by PBosler on May 14, 2015 9:48 PM
RE: The reason I asked about phone nbr
I just fill photo requests in Osborne County. . .I don't know much about the history or resources. You might try

There are some email addresses listed there and some phone numbers you might try.

Good luck!

Added by Suz on Mar 19, 2015 2:30 PM
Memorial# 137859209 Lottie Christie
Hi, I have left info on Lottie's memorial using the "Edit" tab. Father is #142545102 and mother is #36339195

Added by CindyLee on Feb 19, 2015 2:48 PM
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