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|Catherine Badgett||RE: Trinity Lutheran Church Cemetery|
Sorry it has taken me years to answer your question. Yes, the church is in Carroll County on Deer Park Rd. Maybe you have visited?
|Colleen||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 62707775|
I wasn't sure of anything...lol. I've never found any of the kids or wife other than the census. That was the closest I've seen. But the info you have provided has enabled me to rule this one out. Thank you, Colleen
Added by Colleen on Mar 09, 2014 1:13 PM
|Colleen||Find A Grave Memorial# 62707775|
I've been searching for some Bishop children re: genealogy.
Here's the info from only ONE census record, 1880 Torrington, Ct.
Father: William W. Bishop (known & found)
Mother:Elisa A or D, born 1844 NY
Almira A. Born 18 Jun 1871 Lee, Ma.
William S. Born ~ 1871 NY.
Mary A. Born ~ 1872 Ma.
"Allarst" Born ~ 1874 NY.
Martha A. Born ~ 1875 Ma.
Anna A. Born ~ 1877 NY.
Brother: Sheldon G. (known)
When I saw William had a sister Annie, plus two more and a brother who's name began with "A" I thought I would at least ask if you had further info, could provide a contact, or would be willing to take the above inquiry to the family.
Thanks for any help.
Added by Colleen on Mar 08, 2014 10:37 PM
|Andrea Jenkins||RE: Robert Knox|
Thanks so much Max for your help. I am sooooo sorry I didn't read your messages and answer sooner. I don't think these are my husband's relatives as his grandfather was Robert Thomas Knox born in 1892. His gr grandfather was Robert S. Knox born in 1860 in Sctoland. Robt. S's wife was Margaret Mackeliap
I found the train wreck article a few years back and didn't think it was his relatives. Ed's family has a Matriarch who gave me some info. I've tried to call her and talk, but she has been fighting CA. I will ask her.
|Susan Lydick Nye||RE: Margreth Leidisin record|
Thanks Max. After you find your data, if you can tell me where the record came from, I will contact the Lutheran Seminary for further information. If you specifically have the name of the clergyman who kept the record, that would be good information for me too.
Also, my local library has a copy of a book that has some records for the Frederick Evangelical Lutheran Church ("Maryland German Church Records, volumes 3 & 4), so I will check those too.
Appreciate your help. I thought my research had come to a dead end, but this might prove valuable for me.
|Susan Lydick Nye||Margreth Leidisin record|
Hi Max, would you please advise the source for this record? Also, if the information came from a handwritten source, is there a possibility that her name was actually Leidigin instead of Leidisin?
I have an ancestor Jacob Leidig whose wife was Margretha. Being German, her last name probably would have been written with a feminine suffix such as -in, so I believe her name would have been written Leidigin. Jacob and Margretha lived in the vicinity of Frederick, Maryland around 1750 - 1800.
Also, this record mentions the son-in-law's name, Nicolaus Teuss. I'm having a hard time finding any information for the Teuss family. Were there any Teuss records included in the source that contained Margreth's death record?
This may turn out to be a very important record in piecing together my family history (because we have had very little luck finding anything about them), so I want to thank you so much for taking the time to post this information.
|Linda Lenhard||RE: Aley Miller|
Wonderful. I'm working on the Hubbard's now trying to find more information on Aley's siblings. Some I have more and some less. Harrison Baker Miller, Aley's son was my gggrandfather. He married Phoebe Jane Weaver, and their daughter Elzina Senatta Miller was my ggrandmother. Elzina married a Perry and their daughter Ada Emogene Perry married Wilborn Booker Walton. James William Walton, their son, is my dad.
I get excited when I find a new relative. Sorry, probably gave you way more info than you wanted to know. Finding Aley's family is such a great puzzle.
Thanks for getting back in touch with me. Do you think we can just name the area they were buried in the Miller Cemetery, Kelly's Chapel, Smyth, VA? Somehow, we need to designate it so others coming after us will have an easier time than we have had trying to find it to begin with. If I had gone looking many years ago when my mom was still living, I'd never have known where to look.
|Deb Sloan||Edward Nichols|
I was always told that Edward Nichols and his siblings, William? (called Uncle Will) and sister Virginia were Orphans and a farm family took them in and had them work for their board and room.
I was told that the kids were fathered by different men and not married? My Mom never uttered a word regarding this.....which they didn't talk about a lot of things.
"Papa" came out here from back east, to look for work and sent for my grandmother and baby (Margaret) settling in Big Lake and working in the logging industry.
Are you sure about George Nichols is his father?
Thanks Deb Sloan
|Glenn Wallace||Tah-Wee-Nah (Mackley) Wootton|
Very interesting about her two previous husbands! I have updated her memorial. I also just sent off a letter to her son, Robert Sunde, so cross your fingers that he responds. And, her step-son, Richard Wootton, is on Facebook so I sent him a message. Thanks for pointing out her other husbands, Barbara. It opened a new doorway to more information!
|Margie & Bob||Edward Nichols at Retsil|
You can review Mr. Nichols' application and file for Retsil online for free at www.digitalarchives.wa.gov. I made his bio from it. It can be found under the Military Records tab. You can also have the WA State Library look up his obit through an online form available (Ask A Librarian Washington). If you want his memorial, drop me a request through the EDIT tab. Regards, Margie
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