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I research the German name Homrighausen and its various spelling variations in the US: Homrighaus, Homrighous, Homrighouse, Humrighouse, Homrig, Humrickhouse, Humrichouser, Humrichouse, Humrichous, Humerickhouse, and Houser.|
If you are interested in the family and its ancestry, please contact me. I like to share information and connect family as much as possible.
If you are closer in relationship to these individuals than me, let me know and they're yours. I'm not a hoarder, just a middleman waiting to pass on my info to others.
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|Heidi A. Olinger||Record for Homrighouse, Clifton Wilbur|
Dear Glenn ---
Clifton Wilbur Homrighouse is my great-grandfather. His first wife and the mother of his three children is Margaret Rees, born in Wales in 1875. Margaret immigrated to the United States in 1881 when she was 6 years old. Clifton and Margaret were married in 1896 when she was 21. They had three daughters, as follows:
Alta G. Homrighouse, born 1896
Clara B. Homrighouse, born 1898
Beatrice Elizabeth Homrighouse, born 1902
The family lost Margaret in about 1906, the cause of death of which I am unsure. I also am unsure of the exact date of her death or where she is buried.
Is this something you would be able to help me track down?
I very much want information on Margaret, but my documentation thus far is the 1900 Census and our family bible.
Beatrice is my grandmother. She married John Carl Olinger (1899-1977), with whom she had two children, Elizabeth Ann (1928-2016) and James Carl (1930-2016). James is my father.
Clara and Alta, my grandmother told me, each were driven from the home because they chose to marry men who were Catholic. I do not know their married names.
Thank you for your research into my great-grandfather.
Heidi A. Olinger
|Crys ||RE: Homrighausen pictures|
You are most welcome!!!
Added by Crys on Mar 29, 2016 11:28 PM
|Marijo||RE: Catherine Jones transfer|
Added by Marijo on Mar 24, 2016 10:58 AM
|linda fisher||Luella Rose Humrichouse|
Hi Glenn, I will be going out to take pics of gravesite for both Louella and also Blanche Stanley.
The info I recd is that they are located in the same plot:
Section 11' Plot 467,Space 5 I am told there is a marker there. Will be in touch soon.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Humrichouse|
I am always happy when I find more family members than what I set out to find. That is a very interesting last name; I've never heard of it before. I'll watch for others whenever I'm out there!
Hi Glenn! I will transfer all of the ones I found next to Gladys. I just forgot about it. I usually do it automatically when I've fulfilled photo requests.
I'm at work right now but I'll get to it shortly. Thanks for your patience.
|TFJ||RE: Charles Homrighouse picture|
You're very welcome. It was an honor to take the pictures for you.
Added by TFJ on Mar 06, 2016 8:06 AM
You are absolutely welcome for the transfer. I'm sorry for the delay in getting it done - my inbox was a mess and your request got lost in the shuffle.
Added by lapfann on Feb 24, 2016 12:34 PM
|Kelton Slane||RE: Homrighausens|
Just saw other memorials by that name and saw you were the owner and interested in their geneology so took a flyer. Glad I could help you out.
|Donna Hasbrouck||Salisbury Rural Cemetery|
Thought you might like to see this 1906 Salisbury residence map
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