|Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin (#47278508)|
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I am an avid ancestry nut!! I was encouraged all my life by my father to be proud of our diverse family roots in America. From New England,Edward Doty of the Mayflower, to Indiana and speading throughout this great country. I have made connections with distant relatives all over the world. My family lines are outlined in my virtual cemeteries.As you my well guess almost 400 years of family ancestry encompasses numerous,diverse and interesting people from my past.|
I would be happy to correct any information,add bios or family links. I would be happy to transfer a memorial to a direct relative via the edit tab on the memorial. Most of my memorials are on my direct lines.
You have my permission to use any of the photos I have submitted for your personal use. I am always glad to help with your ancestry search.
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|Jill and Ron Weikle||RE: mahalath Merriman Johnson|
It was a book on line that I found some pictures of members of the Presbyterian Church.
HISTORY OF THE APPLE CREEK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1815-1915.
|Sherry Swinehart||Mary C. Woolman Holloway|
I have Mary C. Woolman Holloway as being born on Aug. 11, 1804. She was married to George Holloway (son of William Holloway and Martha Branson). They were married Feb. 6, 1823 in Clarke County, Ohio. Her parents were John A. Woolman (1772-1847) and Mary "Polly" C. Burden (1779-1869). Thanks for all your work in helping all of us find our lost relatives!
You're welcome Cathy. I'm glad the photos helped you with your research. We stumbled on the cemetery during a hike and opened the app to see if anyone was looking for photos. We were standing right next to your ancestors' stones. The cemetery was very overgrown but the grave markers you were looking for were in great condition - much better than the surrounding stones.
Please drop me a line if you need any more help in this area.
|Ann A||Isaac Doty #57289715|
You added a copy of a page to his site pg 192. What was the source of the page?
Added by Ann A on Dec 29, 2014 7:47 PM
|Georgina McCarley--GRMcCH||RE: John Hicks sponsorship|
I do not have his burial info as yet, but always working on it. Yes, I'm a direct descendant from my paternal/maternal line. The funny part is that Herodias is in my maternal/maternal line from George Gardiner as well. It's funny how some things work out.LOL.
|David Peterson||Charles Hollaway|
His parents have been added.
|Valarie Vine||Fieldon Waggoner & family transferred|
I transferred the Waggoner memorials (at Masonic Lawn, Sacramento) to you. I liked the photo you added for Eliza Waggoner. Regarding the reason for the decision to move the family plot to Masonic Lawn, I do not know. Guessing Eliza made the decision. Happy Trails on all your genealogy journeys, Valarie Vine
|Valarie Vine||Fieldon Waggoner (Eliza + children)|
I noticed that you added Fieldon and his wife Eliza at Sacramento City Cemetery. They are actually at an adjacent cemetery (Masonic Lawn in Sacramento). I would be happy to transfer their memorials and those of their children (Denver and Pearl) to you. You would just need to to change to location of where Fieldon & Eliza are buried. (Fieldon (Sr.) was originally buried at Sac City Cem but moved to the Masonic Lawn in 1906). I will then delete mine and add the photo of the marker for the family members to your memorials . (Their son Fieldon (Jr.) is buried at Arlington National Cemetery.)
|Greg Tucker||RE: Rachel M Bither|
I am only remotely related by marriage. My great-grand uncle Clinton Moomaw married Florence Reamer. Florence's brother Sumner Reamer married Bernice Bither, the daughter of Rachel and Anson Bither. Unfortunately, I have no other info about the Bithers or the family of Anson's second wife Georgiana Rosewarnes.
|Sherry ||RE: John P Shively photo|
You are so welcome. I was glad to be able to help!
Added by Sherry on Sep 20, 2014 5:08 PM
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