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Sue Henry (#47248546)
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Bio Photo Hi, I am 58, sort of retired. My husband Jim and I have a small farm. We have about 40 cows, that we feed and take care of. Calving is fun, unless it's below zero at 2 in the morning. But, we take the good with the bad. Seeing a live baby get up in those conditions is a miracle. Even "I" like the heat from the hair dryer !!

I'm researching my family, with names like the "Giacoletto" clan from Arkansas, and my Mother's "Maluda" family in Massachusetts. Also my Step Dad's family from Cloud County, Ks, the Coyle's and Gibbs. My husbands side are from this area, Ottawa County, and they are Henry, and Haley's.

I am on the dyslexic side of things, so hard as I try, what I see, may not be what is really there. So, if you see errors, please let me know, and I will correct them.

There's just not too much more I guess. Thanks for listening. Sue
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Steve Johnson
Thanks, Sue, for the Aberwald transfers.

Steve Johnson
Added by Steve Johnson on Apr 16, 2014 5:21 AM
Rick Hereth
Coyle relative

I saw your name on John Kalb's tombstone site. He is my mother's brother. I have done a lot of research on my ancestors and am presently in Fort Wayne, Indiana with my wife, scanning family records in the Allen County Public Library. I am just about an hour away from the county of Kosciusko where my 3ggfather, John Coil and Margaret Hepler were married. You may have some information I would be interested in and you may have some I am interested in. Let me know if you might have some additional information and if you are interested in mine.

Added by Rick Hereth on Apr 13, 2014 5:42 PM
P Elliott
RE: Thomas Scott
You are welcome. Thank you for all your hard work.
Added by P Elliott on Apr 09, 2014 10:48 PM
RE: George Martin/St. Mary's
Thank you Sue, I do not live anywhere near there we were visiting relatives there and at the cemetery so I did not know the names of the cemeteries that they were two.. I am from Washington state so was not familiar with the area ...and the two cemeteries..Thanks Bette..
Added by Bette on Apr 08, 2014 9:09 PM
P Elliott
Thoms Merrill Scott (T.M. Scott)
Some information for you.

Date of birth:27 July 1831
Date of death: 2 August 1912

Military: On February 21, 1865, when Thomas Merrill Scott was 33 years of age; he entered the Army at Marietta, Washington County, Ohio volunteering for one year, but he was mustered out with his company at Camp Chase, Ohio (Company I of the 194th Regiment of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry) on October 24th, 1865 with an Honorable Discharge. His records show that "On or near Summits Point, Virginia in July 1865, while on review, Thomas received sunstroke, and was considerably disable. He also complained of a liver and kidney disease contracted during his service, and he received a disability pension."
His service record describes him as: Height-- 5 foot 6 inches, complexion--fair, eyes--black, and hair--dark NOTE I DO NOT REMEMBER WHERE I GOT THIS INFORMATION FROM

Added by P Elliott on Apr 06, 2014 9:01 PM
Judy Hart
Hart Family
Thank you so much for making our family's information more accurate. I really appreciate your taking the time to do this for us.
Added by Judy Hart on Apr 03, 2014 8:21 AM
David Leasure
RE: William Butcher/Prairie Mound
Hi, Sue,
Thank you for the updates. I would take good care of William, too. Thanks for transferring!.
All my best,
Added by David Leasure on Mar 30, 2014 2:13 PM
RE: Cryderman/Prairie Mound
Hi Sue,
You are very welcome. I'm always so pleased, not only when I can add information, but also when the creator of the memorial is so fast to post it. I am not related, so no need to transfer, but thank you for the offer. I ran across the family ties and names and just wanted to be able to share them. Hope it helps someone in the future.
Terry Beth
Added by tbickellb on Mar 30, 2014 6:10 AM
65379130 Hapes
I am looking for any more info you may have on B N Hapes. Are you a relative??
Added by Lj919 on Mar 25, 2014 1:42 PM
Chris Brown
RE: Thank You SO Much!!!
First things, Mr. Brown was my father....I'm Chris! And, again...the thanks belong to you for donating your time to such an interesting and worthwhile cause!!!

While it would be a great honor for me to "take ownership" of my family here at some point, I'm not sure I'm qualified! I only just became aware of the site & joined yesterday. Additionally, to be completely candid, I don't know a whole lot about my father's side of my family.

I know they were in the Solomon, KS area as early as the 1820s. My father was born in Solomon in 1924. My father's parents (William A. & Christina) both died when he was fairly young. He married my mother (who was from Gary, IN) in 1946 & they moved to Washington, DC. They raised my brothers & I there. Other than a family reunion I attended as a child in the early 1970s (which included a trip to Prairie Mound!), I never had much interaction with my KS relations - just the stories my father used to tell which, unfortunately, I didn't pay nearly enough attention to! Somewhere, I have a piece of paper with a portion of the family tree. I just need to find it!!!

Perhaps what would be best for now is for me to do what I can to point out any anomolies in the database & (once I find the family tree!) help you figure out how these folks all fit together. For example, you'll notice that there is a Garrett Brown & a Harvey Brown that died on the same day in 1956.* The database has the connection between Garrett & his parents, Dale & Doris Brown (obvious from the headstone) but does not have the connection between the two of them. Garrett was Harvey's grandson. I don't recall the particulars of the tale but there was some sort of accident on the water & they both drowned.

Ugh, didn't mean to end on a downer but I did want to thank you & look forward to helping you in any way that I can!

* The DOD entry for Harvey in the database is incorrect - it's off by one day
Added by Chris Brown on Mar 24, 2014 8:19 PM
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