|Julie Myers Stephen (#47151862)|
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Searching Surnames: Allshouse, Beebe, Button, Eddy, Glasson, Hartzell, Huddy, Klingensmith, Kovanen, Mattson, Metzler, Myers, Nowodworski, Ritchie, Shunk, Stephen, Stitzell, Tepsa, Wawrzyniak, Williams, Worzniak, Wozniak.|
Special interest in Western Pennsylvania, Sweeden, Finland and Scotland.
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|WichitaFalls||Catherine Lowe obit 98752051|
I will be happy to add the obit you sent me, I have moved and my internet is scheduled to be turned on Dec 4th. I will copy and paste that into her profile when I can do it on my computer,my phone abilities are limited haha. so please be patient and thanks for sending.
Thanks, I too have a number of my ancestors interred at Redstone. I was born in West Brownsville, PA and have many ancestors going back to the 1700's who were settled in the area.
Added by George on Nov 16, 2014 12:03 PM
Thanks Julie. I don't have any ancestors by the name of Shunk in my tree. I have quite a few Pursegloves. The latter seemed to have had a preference for Redstone Cemetery. Good luck. George
Added by George on Nov 03, 2014 7:33 AM
|Joyce Frey||RE: Augusta Klingensmith|
I have her death cert. This is where I got the date.
Pennsylvania, Death Certificates, 1906-1963 about Agusta Klingensmith
Name: Agusta Klingensmith
Birth Date: 15 Nov 1873
Birth Place: Armstrong County, Pennsylvania
Death Date: 27 Nov 1959
Death Place: Rayburn, Armstrong, PA
Father Name: Abraham Klingensmith
Mother Name: Catherine Walters
Certificate Number: 99754
|sally baird||RE: Capt John E. Michener|
no problem, glad to do it for you.........
|Lorraine Smith Bell||RE: Chapin's|
Thank you, I will! It's so frustrating at times when you hit brick walls and are so far away in distance from that brick wall. I wish in so many ways to be back home in New York! So glad for the transfers :)
|Lorraine Smith Bell||Chapin's|
Thank you so much for all the transfers. I am thrilled! Your work has helped me find a dead end with this my Chapin family- thriled to be able to link us all up!
|jdean||RE: Snyder family|
If you want, I can transfer the information you have onto my memorial. Let me know so I can transfer the information before you delete anything. From the records I've found, Frank, Stephen & siblings biological dad is a Nick Snyder. Their mother Josephine (Soufflet) Snyder died just a few short years after their brother Clarence, leaving all the children motherless and they were eventually adopted by other families. I didn't realize that Frank and Stephen were married to the same Elizabeth Lahr. Their sister Esther was married to a man named Warren Stanton whom had previously been their Uncle. It's so weird! I've never found what became of Nicholas Snyder but if you come across any pictures of any of Josephine's children, I'd love to see them! It's so great to come across someone researching Josephine's family as I don't have a whole lot of information on Frank, Stephen/Stevenson or Esther!
Wood County, Ohio
Added by jdean on Jul 14, 2014 7:02 PM
|H M G||RE: Frank M. LeClere|
Very interesting, thank you. Hallie Hobbs LeClere and Frank raised my mother. She was the daughter of Horace Hobbs who was Hallie LeClere's twin brother. My grandmother died when my mother was 18 months old and she went to live with Uncle Frank and "Nonnie", as Hallie LeClere was called.
I knew Louis was born in Pennsylvania, but my sources show it was in 1836. I also knew his wife was Sarah, but didn't know where she was buried. There is a Sarah LeClere buried in Confederate Cemetery in Alvin, Brazoria County, Texas, but I was not (and am still not) sure that is the right Sarah. I know Louis is there in an unmarked grave with the rest of the family (Hallie Hobbs LeClere and Frank and their son Lauryn and his wife, plus both my parents and my sister).
I'll pass this on to my cousins who are the daughters of Lauryn LeClere (Frank and Hallie's only child). I'm sure they will be interested as well.
Again, thanks for the information!! Brick walls are falling!! Hooray!!
Added by H M G on Mar 01, 2013 4:36 PM
|Debbie Hodge||Thomas Huddy|
Thomas Huddy, John Huddy, and James Huddy were brothers. Their parents were Henry Huddy and Mary Luke.
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