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I have been researching and teaching genealogy for 50 years. I often seek out cemeteries just for the fun of it. I have been successful in finding some of my family in areas that I had no idea they were even in by just walking through.|
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Families that I am most interested in: McClish, Brattain, Trowbridge, Solomon, Melton, Besch
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|R. Wright||Eli McClish - 3732890|
Your virtual flower post states that "Eli was born 3 Oct 1846 in Woodland, Iroquois, Illinois." Do you have a source for that, because The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume VII, M.
McCloskey, John, states "McCLISH, Eli, educator, was born in Rainsville, Ind., Oct. 3, 1846".
|Robert Schiller||Elsie Trowbridge|
Hi! Elsie's maiden name is Kunzler, not Knuzler.
Came across this by accident looking for someone else. Did not know of her later marriage. Thanks for the info!
|Barbara LeClaire||Trowbridge Family|
In-laws in Muncie Indiana lived next to a family Trowbridge, 9 children, parents and grandparents.. Don't know if this helps I have no access to anyone there anymore, and don't remember first names...Meet them in 1964 and not seen them since...
|Barbara LeClaire||Eliza Ann Myers McClish|
Have been added as honorary to many families, not this one. I am a died in the wool cemetery walker at heart and for as many years as I can remember. Now that I am having trouble getting around I do mostly research. After findagrave added the connect to button I have tried to connect everyone on my lists and any others I can get information to. So many people have helped me in that it is unbelievable. I generally spend 8-15 hours a day, 7 days a week, doing just this. (burned up 2 laptops) I am hoping I have helped some people with the family trees they are working on. Good luck with yours. Barbara
|R. Wright||RE: Thomas Heiney|
Thanks ... I missed the earlier memorial because they spelled the last name incorrectly. I'll work to merge my information into the original and then delete mine. Thanks for finding this.
|Renette Day||Cecil Hart|
The Cecil Hart in my family tree is from Idaho. I am not related to him directly just through marriage. His wife Susanne Bonita Struble is my 1st cousin 2x removed. Sorry but I don't believe this is your Cecil Hart.
Best wishes in your research.
|Karen||RE: Elizabeth Brattain|
I'd love to share information email me.
Added by Karen on Mar 30, 2014 7:24 AM
|Karen||RE: Elizabeth Brattain|
Yes I'm related. Her father and my Grandfather are brothers. She is a first cousin to me. I've been trying to connect all of them.
Added by Karen on Mar 30, 2014 7:02 AM
|anon||5026213 Ralph Marks Crume|
Please see note on 5026213.
Dr. William Cox Crume and his wife Mary Ann Lucas Crume were the parents of Ralph Marks Crume who was born in 1840 in Breckenridge, KY and died about 1883 in Breckenridge, KY. Ralph Marks Crume married Mary S. Crume on 31 Aug 1865. Ralph Crume (1750-1829) was the great grandfather of Ralph Marks Crume.
Correction was submitted to findagrave. Thanks for calling this to my attention.
Added by anon on Jan 21, 2014 9:14 PM
|Dianna Chowning Ansberry||Terry Mclish|
Didn't know if u knew Terry was my Uncle
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