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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 by just walking through.|
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If you have corrections please click on the edit tab and I will update the info as soon as I can (usually the same day).
Families that I am most interested in: McClish, Brattain, Trowbridge, Solomon, Melton, Besch
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|rachel||finding this page|
Hi, I just randomly came across this page the other day while searching up the name of the cemetery that my grandpa (Ernest Allison) was burried at and instead I ended up finding out more information about my extended family than I ever really knew. It was really nice and quite enjoyable to read through everything.
Added by rachel on Feb 22, 2015 9:23 AM
|R. Wright||RE: Eli McClish 3732890|
Have you had a chance to review the pob that you posted on this virtual flower? If you agree with what I already have on the memorial, could I suggest that you delete your flower that contains extraneous/conflicting data? If you a source for your information, I'd be happy to include it under his bio instead of the flower. Thanks, Richard
|OPPSheryl||RE: Jasper Cornewell|
I became interested in this family after finding his son's book "Poems that Bless and Inspire" at a garage sale here in Ft. Wayne. When I upload a page from the book to son Elmore's memorial, I will let you know. Elmore's recollections gloss over a few things. : )
Thank you again,
|OPPSheryl||Jasper D Cornewell|
Thanks for the temp. transfer. It was much easier to edit it that way. Please feel free to change as you see fit.
Thank you again. Much appreciated!
|Olin E. Hartley||RE: William Hartley|
Many thanks for doing this for me. As to the transfers, I'll have to leave this up to you as most of these Hartley's were distant cousins of mine. I do appreciate the thought.
|shella lujan||BRATTAIN BURR TROWBRIDGE|
Hi. My husband and I aquired photos of your family and Im sure friends of your family over 7 months ago.
The woman who owned the apartment complex across the street died and well, her son took what he wanted and left so much behind.
Long story short, I dont have family and I didnt have the heart to just walk away and let Arlene Armstrongs memories all die. We have kept a box of pictures and a few other items hoping to find her family. Please contact me 6195077645
I am one of the nephew's of Clyde McClish from Brampton, MI.I knew everyone in the picture Kenneth,Clyde and Otis.
Very cool to find this,
P.S. Kenneth Besson was my grandfather.
|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...
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