|GLENDA EISENHOUR (#47259424)|
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1. I would like to caution anyone adding obituaries to do so using the edit tab so it can be added to the bio section by the manager of the memorial. Obits added via the "add a photo" tab are subject to deletion by FAG and may be lost forever.
2. Please do not send edits (relatives, name corrections, dates/places of birth/death, etc) using the "add flowers and notes" tab. They most likely will not be seen by the manager and therefore, won't be added to the proper areas.
Thanks to all the FAG volunteers out there who have made this site such a success! Keep up the good work!
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|Doris Christensen||RE: Henry Dorrah/Darrah|
Thanks - Am sure Darrah would be correct jmainly t because there are many by that name still in our area and have never run across any Dorrahs. As we all know, there can always errors in both spelling and dates on gravestones as well as census records.
|Charles Clinger||RE: Cox, Mildred|
Mildred's twin sister is named Marie B. Cox. Marie was in contact with my mother and sister for many years. Married twice and very, very active in history. After death of my mother and sister with Alzheimer, Marie and I shared many written and oral discussions. I know she is now deceased but have not heard from her children. Marie and her mother had some difficulties later in life. Need to visit WV again.
Thanks for your input.
|Hal Cox||Grandma Wieman|
Could not find the grave though there is plenty of room for unmarked graves. What is her name? Was she married to any of the men with marked graves at that cemetery?
Added by Hal Cox on Oct 04, 2015 3:10 PM
|Charles Clinger||Cox, Mildred|
Ralph Cox is my uncle and older brother to my mother, Amy Pearl Cox ( nee) Clinger. I have been doing 11 family genealogies with input from my sister and others. My sister, who has Alzheimer, did not forward any data on Mildred when she was researching the Cox line. But, I noted she did include Mildred under Ralph Cox on Ancestry.com. I recall the name Mildred but never obtained facts about her.
Your submission from Weston Independent in Dec. 1918 provides support. I will update Ralph's Find A Grave.
Do you know where Mildred is buried?
How did you come about this information?
Keep in touch.
Charles E. Clinger
|Ralph H. and Hilda Sayre, Upshur-WV-USA||RE: Magdalena Wealthy Pringle Crites|
MAGDALENE PRINGLE was born about 1821, in (West) Virginia. She moved 2 times during her lifetime. She lived in Jackson, Virginia, in 1850 and moved to Ripley, West Virginia, by 1880. She died in 1905 in Jackson County, West Virginia, having lived a long life of 84 years. 1900 census states mother of two deceased children.
Daughter of william and eleanor rollins pringle in my tree
SPOUSE: Abraham Crites (1814-1904) son of John and Glory Post Crites
WEALTHY PRINGLE was born in 1812 in (West) Virginia. She lived in Virginia, in 1860 and moved to Banks, West Virginia, sometime between 1860 and 1870. (*) She died on January 29, 1879, in Upshur County, West Virginia, at the age of 67.
Daughter of william and eleanor rollins pringle (see notes below)
SPOUSE: Abraham Crites (1810-1904)
Abraham Crites son of Michael and Catherine Hyre
Birth ABT 1810 Virginia, United States
Death 1904 Upshur, West Virginia, United States
1879 my death date has to be wrong. SOURCE? Predates my use of ancestry.com and my research notes are not here.
1880 CENSUS both living, daughter Harriet Nixon family in household,.
History of Upshur Co by WV Cutright lists her on pages:
420, ...(write up of Jame David Crites names son of Abram Crites and Wealthy Pringle, d/o John Pringle...
421, ...Abraham Crites Sr and Wealthy Pringle ...
526, ...Eliza Nixon d/o Wealthy Pringle d/o Wm, son of Samuel.....
537, ...(listing of children of William and Nellie Rollins among the 15 children)...Wealthy w/o Abram Crites
594. - ...Abram Crites Sr and Wealthy Pringle
1850: I DO NOT FIND. I have earlier children in my tree.
1860: Abram Crites 50 - Welthy Crites 47
Homer 21, Rebecca A 18, Martha 16, Hanson 24, Stillyand 14, Joseph 12, ,Barbary J 10, David Crites 8, Isaac 6, John B 5, Harriet 3, Abram 7 Months
1870: Abram Crites 61 - Wealthy Crites 57
Hanson 31, James D 18, Isaac W 16, John D 14, Martha 24, Harriet 12
1880: Abram Crites 71 - Wealthy Crites 65
Harriet Nixon 23, Elza Nixon 25, Floyd Nixon 9m
|Glenda Snyder||RE: Judy Copeland|
Sorry, this was my first attempt. I checked my post & the picture is upright - don't know what happened in cyberspace. Any help on correcting it - would be welcomed.
|Ralph H. and Hilda Sayre, Upshur-WV-USA||Retta Garrison photo|
Glenda I replace the photo with another one taken today. It is sinking into the sod. "IF" the children had separate ones they may be under the grass. HILDA
|Janice Lapp||Geo. Ilgenfritz @ Shanesville First Reformed Cem.|
I sent you a message with your request message for Geo. #51166899 when I told you there is NO TOMBSTONE for Geo. & asked you to make a note on his memorial. But, that hasn't been taken care, so I decided to try to get the message to you this way....Thanks.
|David A Stewart||RE: Olin Campbell #16214967|
Olin was buried in the Pavilion Cemetery (Also known as: Oatka Valley Cemetery), in Pavilion, Genesee County, New York State. Here is the URL to the Find a Grave Cemetery.
|TJ Kitch||RE: Elizabeth Baer #88609315|
The year is fine. Am going to check my copies of the county histories. All the Baer family in Mercer County came from Lehigh County. The Lehigh had some go to Lancaster but believe that clan had it's own immigrants from Germany/Switzerland. Be aware about the name changes due to PA laws after the Revolution. Many Baer had spelling variations Bahr, Barr, Bar, Beer and Bear. Many probably did not change their name back after PA redeemed the German family names in 1842.
Added by TJ Kitch on Aug 29, 2015 5:41 PM
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