|William Ream (#47081536)|
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|I am a 25-year-old guy in a nearly 52-year-old-and-aging body that has loved genealogy since he was a 16-year-old in a 16-year-old body.|
The genealogical surnames I am interested in include: REAM, CRUEA, YODER, ARNETT, ANSPACH, HANENKRATT, McCONNELL, BOND, CLARK and ALTMAN -- to name a few.
I apologize for not being able to post a picture of myself with this bio. Unfortunately, my teachers felt that most of us men would never need to use anything technologically advanced. One of them even said, "Only women will have need to learn to type quickly. Thus, they are the ones who get to practice on the electric typewriters." I wonder if she ever lived to see computers that went from being half-ton machines that occupied a room down to a machine of a couple of pounds that would fit in your lap?
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|M R McMullin||Joseph & Dora Belle Ream Myers|
Hi Warren - I have sent you several Edit suggestions for these two over the past few months, but have not seen any response. Thought maybe a public message would work better! Joseph is Memorial# 93961825 and Dora is Memorial# 93961799. You show them buried in "Weaver Cemetery", which mistakenly gives "Fairview Mennonite Cemetery" as an alias. Actually that isn't true; the Weaver Cemetery is an old Amish cemetery that is on private property a couple miles south and east of Fairview. It is not accessible by the public. The Fairview Cemetery, located 1/4 mile north of the Fairview Mennonite Church, is where the two of them are buried. I have confirmed this via personal observation and have photographed their gravestones.
It is easy to change the burial location without deleting the memorials. If you don't know how, would you please transfer them to me; I will change the cemetery, then transfer them back to you. I will then add their gravestone photographs.
|mj potts||Nora Hartzler|
Also found Nora's obit:
Lima News 03-23-1930
MRS. HARTZLER DIES
Mrs. Ethel Hartzler, 40, who left Lima two weeks ago to enter the children's hospital at
Pittsburgh as a nurse, died Saturday morning after three days illness of pneumonia. The body
will arrive in Lima Sunday for funeral services and burial. She was the widow of Lloyd Hartzler.
She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Huber, 623 Heindel-av; a son, Alton, 14;
three sisters, Mrs. Samuel Diller, of Elida; Mrs. Isaac Hartman, and Mrs. Frank Pence of Lima;
two brothers, Mark Huber of Los Angeles, Calif., and Carl Huber, of Dayton.
Census show two sons, Earl & Elton. Earl may have died in Illinois. Here also is Lloyd's Obit.
Lima News 01-08-1929
LLOYD HARTZLER DIES AT HOME IN EAST
Lloyd Hartzler, 41, former Lima man, died of pneumonia Sunday at his home In Midland,
Penn. The body will arrive here Tuesday afternoon and will be taken to the residence of Jacob
Huber, 623 Heindel-av. When in Lima he was an operator on the Erie railroad. From here he went to Montrose, Ill., where he served in the capacity of mayor. From Montrose, Hartzler went to Midland, Penn. He was employed in the Midland Steel Mills as a stationary engineer. He is survived by the widow, Ethel Hartzler, one sister, Mrs. Bertha Stemen, Elida-rd. The funeral arrangements have not been completed.
Added by mj potts on May 08, 2014 10:49 AM
|mj potts||Nora Ethel Huber|
Just wanted to let you know that Archie David Hartzler was the husband to Lola Beery, 2nd cousin to Nora. Nora's husband died 1929 - here is what I found:
Lima News 01-09-1929
Funeral services for Lloyd Hartzler, 41, Midland, Penn., former Lima man, will be held at 10
a. m. Thursday at the home of Jacob Huber. father-in-law, at 623 Heindle-av. The Rev. W. T
Blue, pastor of Grace M. E Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery.
Added by mj potts on May 07, 2014 11:04 AM
|Robert Longbottom # 46521199||Arnett|
Do you know how to change the cemetery from Unknown to Arnett Cemetery? If not transfer Bartholomew and Catherine to me and I will make the change and transfer them back to you.
|Sonia ღNANCEღ Roberts||RE: James Franklin & Lillian Mae Anspach Ream|
If I have my info. correct James Franklin "Frank" REAM, father was Ephraim REAM, Ephraim's mother was Frances DICE, France's father was John DICE Jr., John's mother was Sophia Margaretta COPENHAVER (my 6th great aunt), Sophia's brother John Thomas COPENHAVER (my 6th great grandfather) has a son Frederick COPENHAVER who has a dau. Elizabeth COPENHAVER, who has a dau. Anna WOLF, who has a son Alvis STAFFORD, who has a dau. Suda Rebecca STAFFORD who's dau Adelia Eva "Dee" MAYTON she was my grandmother.. I have you in my database as my 6th cousin 2x removed ;)
|Donna Monnier||RE: Opal Gladys Arnett Cruea|
I've added the obituary, just let me know when you are ready for the transfer and/or if there is any other information you want me to add.
|EdnaCMc||Vernon & Martha Heimbaugh|
The dates for these children are hard to read for me too - I need to go back to the cemetery tomorrow anyway and I will confirm the dates and hopefully get a better picture.
Added by EdnaCMc on Oct 02, 2013 3:11 PM
hint: if you copy this headstone to Microsoft Word then you can blow it up bigger and see the names and dates better.
Added by EdnaCMc on Oct 01, 2013 5:12 PM
|EdnaCMc||William & Grace Porter|
Yes, the children are Vernon Dennis and Martha Marie.
Their names are printed on the front of the headstone, in small letters at the bottom. I almost didn't see their names either.
Added by EdnaCMc on Oct 01, 2013 5:09 PM
|Eric Cassel||RE: Lucille Mary LaMaster Ream|
William, thank you. Lucille's father Joe & my great grandmother Anna LaMaster Muller were brother & sister. I don't have anything on the Reams, but I have a lot on our LaMaster line if you have interest. Thanks again. Eric.
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