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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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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.
Added by Sharon McMillen on May 29, 2015 11:04 AM
Sharon McMillen
Kirkpatricks
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.
Added by Sharon McMillen on May 28, 2015 3:21 PM
Sharon McMillen
Bio for Robert Kirkpatrick (Harriet Trump)
Denver bio: http://www.mocavo.com/History-of-the-City-of-Denver-Arapahoe-County-and-Colorado-Containing-a-History-of-the-State-of-Colorado-a-Condensed-Sketch-of-Arapahoe-County-a-History-of-the-City-of-Denver-Biographical-Sketches-2/819044/656
Added by Sharon McMillen on May 23, 2015 6:34 PM
Sharon McMillen
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I found a number of duplications here regarding Harriet, Robert, and Leroy Kirkpatrick.

I assume the Harriett Kirkpatrick buried in Denver (#1346660) is the same as the one you have entered.

Leroy Kirkpatrick (Robert and Harriet's son) has another entry at #112256719--this entry pictures his tombstone.

Harriet's husband Robert (R.) Kirkpatrick is on his family's large cemetery marker in Stark County, Ohio. #94185855. I don't know if he is actually buried there with his parents and siblings.
Added by Sharon McMillen on May 23, 2015 2:17 PM
Sharon McMillen
Harriet Trump Kirkpatrick
One of your graves is for Harriet Trump Kirkpatrick. Her husband, Robert Kirkpatrick, is on the stone with his Kirkpatrick family in Massillon Cem., Stark Co., Ohio. I'll send you an edit request. Robert was by trade a jeweler, watchmaker, and silversmith. I know more if you are interested.
Added by Sharon McMillen on May 23, 2015 1:54 PM
EdnaCMc
Anna L Tiffany Porter
Thank you for helping to resolve this duplicate memorial.
In answer to your question, no neither my husband or I are related to this family. I live near the Mt Hope cemetery and tried to photograph and enter all the readable headstones.
Added by EdnaCMc on May 03, 2015 12:06 PM
EdnaCMc
Anna L Tiffany Porter
William I am just now seeing that you and I have a duplicate memorial.

You entered yours first in Sep 2012 #97792199
I entered mine (not seeing yours) Sept 2013 #117883983

I would/should delete mine since it was entered last - I have a headstone picture (which I could easily transfer) and the cemetery location.
But another person has entered a family photo which I cannot transfer.

Your memorial is linked to the memorials of her children.
My memorial is linked to the memorials for her husband Warren Porter and her parents.

I'm not quite sure what is the best way to merge / handle this? Perhaps we could/should contact the person who entered the family photo so they could re-enter it. Except for the family photo everything could easily be transferred to your memorial and I could delete mine.
Added by EdnaCMc on Apr 30, 2015 3:55 AM
BEberly
RE: William Arthur Logan picture
Yes it is and yes you can!
Added by BEberly on Apr 23, 2015 9:45 AM
Danielle Davison
RE: Perry Clifford Dirmeyer's picture
Yes, it is a family photo. I will be happy to email you a copy.

Danielle
Added by Danielle Davison on Apr 10, 2015 1:00 PM
EdnaCMc
James L Porter
Thank you for the wonderful bio on James. Very informative and interesting.
Added by EdnaCMc on Apr 06, 2015 10:56 AM
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