|William Ream (#47081536)|
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|I am a 25-year-old guy in a nearly 56-year-old-and-aging body that has loved genealogy since he was a 16-year-old in a 16-year-old body.|
The surnames I am interested in include: REAM, CRUEA, YODER, ARNETT, ANSPACH, HANENKRATT, McCONNELL, BOND, CLARK and ALTMAN -- to name a few.
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|Bonita||Willaim Arnett 1844-1919|
I had left flowers on his memorial and you were interested in how we would be related. William's maternal grandmother, Elizabeth (Warner) Snider, was a sister to my 5th great grandfather Henry Warner Jr. So we would be 6C1R.
Added by Bonita on Jan 08, 2016 6:58 PM
|Frank Parker||RE: George Franklin Ball's pictures|
William, I've sent you an e-mail to your address at yahoo.com rather than use this public message system.
|Darin Tillman||RE: George Ream's memorial|
hey bill its me darin from kenton i lost your email and lost contact .....
|Julie Knox/Graves-Birkhimer||RE: Janet Ann Rutherford Lee|
You're quite welcome! :D
|Donna McPherson||RE: Lola Belle Foss Rothrock|
No it is your family so you should keep them.
|Sue Hale Sheppard||Edward Warner #104057142|
Thank you for linking Edward Warner #104057142 to his parents
I would be pleased if you would read my Bio and visit my parents' memorials by clicking on their links.
|Mary D||RE: Herbert & Mary Ream memorials|
You're welcome for the updates. Glad that I could help.
Added by Mary D on Jul 07, 2015 3:39 PM
|Lurell Stocks Bailey||RE: Bartholomew Arnett|
I'm a genealogist and was doing research for Mona Renee she's a friend. She is intensely interested in finding relatives and ancestors. She has a Facebook Account but she can be reached at
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you so much for contacting me. She will be thrilled!
I have been putting her family research on Ancestry.com for her. You can email me at
|Sharon McMillen||Robert and Hattie Kirpatrick|
I haven't come across evidence of their having had another child. Robert does have an 1890 death record in Massillon, Ohio, so I wondered if he died on a visit home, came home to die, or moved back from Denver. It's interesting since his wife Hattie appears to have died in Denver. Maybe he or Hattie would have a probate record that would tell more.
My tie to the Kirkpatricks is by marriage. A distant relative of mine--whom I've gotten to know through genealogy-related emails--is directly descended from the Kirkpatricks. Because I'm pretty good at Internet sleuthing, I started looking into his Kirkpatricks for him. Robert Kirkpatrick was a jeweler/watchmaker--he learned that skill because when he was a young man he lived with his older sister Margaret Kirkpatrick Withington and her husband Martin Withington (1850 census). The Withington line is where I tie in. Martin was a jeweler/watchmaker and taught that skill to two of his younger Fitzpatrick brother-in-laws. Martin had learned the trade from his father, Peter. I'm directly descended from Peter and Martin's brother Daniel Withington--all jewelers, watchmakers, silversmiths, and clockmakers.
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