|Rev. Dr. Nelson A L Weller (#47136984)|
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Professional genealogist/researcher with Ph.D. in Genealogy, researching Weller, Menger, Heilemann, Aigner in Phila. PA area, Menger and related families in KS, OK, and WA (Wollweber)and Schauss/Shouse in USA & in Germany. I am a Shouse Family historian. Also researching Foster/ Freeman/ Wing/ Prence/Brewster, in New England. Turnbull in Scotland and Hobson in England. Nussbaum/Nemenyi, Keresztesi/ Kretsch in Hungary. Retired UCC minister, ordained 1954. Researcher for UMOD genetic kidney disease at Wake Forest Medical School.|
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|Wendy||Thomas B. Vick|
Your record indicates that Thomas B. Vick was born Dec. 30, 1902. This is actually his marriage date. His birth date is Feb. 29, 1876. He is buried in Salem Cemetery. Married to Lillie Shouse Vick.
Added by Wendy on Feb 02, 2016 8:29 AM
Please disregard the previous message with the spelling errors. My notebook has a mind of its own!
Added by Gen-Sher on Jan 16, 2016 2:29 PM
I am sorry I can'tell help you with Olin'so cause of death. I am not related and do not know any of the family members. Sorry.
Added by Gen-Sher on Jan 16, 2016 2:26 PM
|Beth Thompson||James Monroe Shouse|
Thank you for the transfer.
|Beth Thompson||RE: James M shouse|
He is a distant relative. James Monroe Shouse is my great grandmother's brother. Her name is Sarah Helen (Shouse) Herndon. If you want to transfer him to me, my account number is 47726685. If you would rather still take care of this memorial, that is fine also.
In the picture I posted, I know who he is, but do not know the identity of the others. All the names and their parents names were on the back with the dates of births/deaths. If they are pictured in birth order, then I know who they are, but the picture does not say. I am hoping that by posting maybe someone will know who the others are. I believe that my great grandmother is the first woman standing on the left. She would have been the oldest of the women at this time. Anyway, it is a wonderful picture, and I treasure it.
|Bernadette||Re: Lydia Weber|
Sorry; I can't help you out. I don't manage the memorial.
Sorry I cannot help you.
|4losthistory||Zelma Newton Black #42862963|
Thank you for you kind words about this memorial. Some people believe these memorials should be blank but I try to include as much information as I can so we can learn from and about our ancestors. I am a Newton descendant with our line having ALS which I don't understand, but I have a cousin who does. ANYWAY, so happy I was able to help with your research.
|LostGeneration||RE: Laura Holloway|
Sadly, her first husband, Hall Shelton, died from "Cardio-vascular disease (chronic nepritis heart disease) with a secondary cause of TB.
I found and linked Laura's parents, although I not looked at their DCs. She died of 'chronic nephritis'.
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