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Linda Doile Morris (#47181309)
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PLEASE FORGIVE ME FOR NOT BEING ON THE NET OR F.A.G. I AM NOW GOING THRU ALL MY EMAILS, OVER 450 OF THEM AND DO ALL THAT YOU HAVE ASK ME TO. THANK YOU ALL. WON'T TRY TO EXPLAIN BIT BELIEVE ME, IF YOU DON'T GET AN ANSWER, JUST ASK ME AGAIN.
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I am a Arizona Native and live in Arizona. Even though I do record other people, I transfer them to their families and I keep only mine.

Linda Doile Morris

PLEASE, WHEN FAG WROTE THE GUIDLINES FOR TRANSFERS, THEY COULD NOT THINK OF EVERYTHING. THE MEMORIALS ARE FOR THE D.E.A.D. AND NOT FOR OURSELVES. THEY ARE TO HONOR THEM SO, WHEN ASK, I TRY TO CONSIDER IF THE OTHER PERSON HAS MORE TO GIVE TO THE MEMORIAL AND GO FROM THERE. I DO TRANSFERS QUITE A BIT AND WILL CONSIDER ANY REQUEST.

Not of course due to anything I did or deserved, Im am proud that I have 14 direct Grandfathers that served in the Rev.War:

Andreas Matteis Straub 1735-1805
John Peter Hetzel 1742-1810
Leonard Schnepp 1753-1825
John Martin Apple 1752-1823
Geoge Yeakley 1738-1784
Christian Deppen 1705-1781
Wiliam Isaiah McNeese 1730-1808
Michael Berger 1736-1794
James Cotter 1740-
John Hartman Dittemore 1735-1782
Michael Nehs 1730-1815
Daniel Cain 1747-1851
Michael Berger 1736-1794
Jacob (Kile) Coil 1734-1810

I would like to add one more important name, at least to me and that is Johan Enoch Weaver who was a tax collector for the crown and was a patriot to our "side".










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Jennifer Hughes
RE: Arlan Edwards
Hello, Mrs.linda I have been doing some research right before he passed. But I really got into it after he passed. Mainly because my mom didnt even know pass arlan and adrienne mom And dad her grand parents.It got me very interested especially when i hit the 1600 era knight coming over on the ships to alot of them passing cholera i think is how you spell it. If by any chance you have anyinformation before that i would appreciate or name. Im making a booking or binder of both sides edwards,knights,miller and black. I know uncle arlan had a whole bunch of papers and pics before he died which we got addrienne stuff from barb his wife, but his kids got the papers and he was gonna make me copies but god had other plans. It was nice hearing from you, you are the second one ive ran into by going on findagrave and got a few pics and paper clipping and it really gets me excited.
Added by Jennifer Hughes on Aug 29, 2015 1:20 AM
Janeen W Stout
Enoch Weber and wife
Hi, Enoch Weber is my fifth Great Grandfather. I'm interested in any information about him, but I am particularly stumped about his wife. I know there were Van Campens in Northampton County PA early on (a few land records, and Abraham Van Campen's will mentions his land in NOrthampton). I'd be delighted with any info on Enoch or Maria Elizabeth Catherine.
Thanks.
Added by Janeen W Stout on Aug 26, 2015 9:24 AM
Rachel's mom
Susannah Cardiff
transferred to you.
Added by Rachel's mom on Aug 24, 2015 7:19 PM
Chuck X-Gen
RE: Peter Weaver Children
Hello Linda, welcome back.....
I myself have no direct Weaver ancestors, but they were direct ancestors of a fifth cousin of mine, the late George Paul Stomberger, who was my mentor in genealogy research some 42 years ago. He died in 2003, and I have posted or have linked much of his work here on F-A-G.
There were 9 children of Peter Samuel Weaver & Hulda Ann Sharrits, and with the addition of Adam and Adelia, the children links are now complete. Missing Information on Adelia is...Birth, Montgomery County, Ohio...Death, April 1, 1909, Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana. Adelia never married or had children. I sent this Info via the SAC Tab for you.
Added by Chuck X-Gen on Aug 23, 2015 9:25 PM
Jerre Robertson
RE: Robertson's from Buchanan county, MO
Hello Linda: Always good to hear from another Robertson researcher. I wasn't able to find your tree at Ancestry. However, I will be happy to answer questions and share information.
To answer your first question: The Edward Robertson that you said was married to your Aunt ( I couldn't find your tree through her either) is not found in our tree. When I looked up his death certificate on the Missouri site it says that he was born in Gainsville,MO
http://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1954/1954_00011281.PDF

As you can see the death certificate says his parents are unknown and I have not heard of a Narcissus Robertson either who is listed as his wife at the time of death.
He is buried at Mt. Auburn Cemetery.

I do have Adam Dittemore married to Mary Yeakley in our tree who were the parents of Hannah Dittemore Robertson, wife of John Harrington Robertson.

Now, here is information that several Robertson researcher do not have recorded correctly in their tree. Sarah Woolen (or Woollen/Wollen) was John Robertson's second wife. His first wife was Rebecca Teague and Rebecca was the mother of Elijah Robertson, father of John Harrington Robertson. John Robertson and Rebecca Teague Robertson had six children: 1) Elizabeth; 2) William; 3) Martha; 4) Elijah; 5) Abigail; 6) Rebecca.
Rebecca Teague Robertson is assumed to have dead either in childbirth or shortly after the birth of daughter, Rebecca.
John married Sarah Woolen very shortly after Rebecca's death and went on to have the following children: Mary, Samuel, David, Anna, Sarah, Rosannah, John, Hugh, Nancy, Hulda, Eliza and Thomas (all are listed in birth order except we don't know when Thomas was born).

If you have more question for me, please feel free to contact me at jerrerob@gmail.com
Added by Jerre Robertson on Aug 23, 2015 5:20 PM
Anonymous
RE: Floyd Doile
Hi, I was by the cemetery office today and the manager, Brenda Stevenson, told me she had tried to call you back. If you can, you might reach out to her again and advise of the correct spelling on the Doile name. I know she is trying to correct old records and reconstruct some records from missing interments that appear in old papers but not in the cemetery records.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 21, 2015 6:48 PM
Anonymous
RE: Floyd Doile
Hi, I was by the cemetery office today and the manager, Brenda Stevenson, told me she had tried to call you back. If you can, you might reach out to her again and advise of the correct spelling on the Doile name. I know she is trying to correct old records and reconstruct some records from missing interments that appear in old papers but not in the cemetery records.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 21, 2015 6:48 PM
Anita K
Knight/McLaughlin
You mention on Squire Knight's memorial # 58760785:

"Squire and four of he and Leuticia's children died in November 1846. That left her with two boys, Samuel and David Wilson Knight. She remarried to Patrick McLauglin and had another son, John McLauglin. They moved in the early 1850's and were not heard from again."

There must be some mix ups on several levels as here they are in the 1860 Census, right where they were in 1850, including two Knight children other than David and Samuel:

Name: Patrick Mclaughlin
Age in 1860: 49
Birth Year: abt 1811
Birthplace: Ireland
Home in 1860: Spring Valley, Greene, Ohio
Gender: Male
Post Office: Xenia
Value of real estate: View image
Household Members:
Name Age
Patrick Mclaughlin 49
Lucretia Mclaughlin 49
David Knight 27
Maria Knight 26
Samuel Knight 22
Mary Knight 15
John Mclaughlin 6

Also: this appears to be a duplicate memorial - there is one created for Squire Knight in 2007 in the same cemetery?

Any help you can give me on the source of your info would be much appreciated!

Thanks..
Anita (in MD) - related to Samuel Knight
Added by Anita K on Mar 31, 2015 6:56 AM
Anita K
58767172 - H. E. Knight
H.E. Knight, child of Lutetia (m/n/u) Knight McLaughlin and sibling to Samuel Knight, appears in the 1850 Census with Lutetia and family. Would you please check this death date for me, and/or provide a photo?

Census transcription (all typos inherent in the record and uncorrected here):

H E Night
[H E Knight]
Age: 10
Birth Year: abt 1840
Birthplace: O
Home in 1850: Sugar Creek, Greene, Ohio
Gender: Female
Family Number: 1413
Household Members:
Name Age
Patrick McLaughlin 40
Lutelia McLaughlin 38
David W McLaughlin 18
Mariah J Night 16
Samuel Night 12
H E Night 10
May O Night 5

Thanks so much for your help; I believe this Samuel is my son's 4th great grandfather and I'm trying to find related records. If you have a death record for H. E., I'd love to know what it contains!

Thanks...
Anita (in MD)
Added by Anita K on Mar 30, 2015 6:41 PM
Lance D. Gill
Minnie Knight Nuss
I am related to Thomas Warren Nuss and am presently working on the Nuss family. Respectfully, I have some concerns about the information you posted on her memorial page. I find that she was alive in Paye Co., OK in 1910 having married again with the surname Smith. Minnie L Smith was born in MO and living in Payne Co. with her Nuss children and a daughter Lela Smith. It was stated that Smith was her second marriage which occurred around 1904.

In 1920, she is living with her mother Martha Knight in Payne Co. (still as Minnie L. Smith).

Further, she could be the daughter living with Martha Knight in 1930 in Payne Co., but its difficult to read. The name appears to be Mina Miller.

I seems quite clear that the 16 Oct 1897 death date belongs to Thomas W. Nuss and not his wife as your memorial suggests.

I'm only interested in getting to the truth on this matter.

Thank you for your time.
Added by Lance D. Gill on Mar 05, 2015 4:34 AM
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