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John Tippet (#47295921)
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sjcyoung
RE: John S Purkiser
I have a copy of a fairly large unpublished Purkhiser genealogy, and I also have five diaries written by his older brother (Micah Gilbert Purkhiser #71555916, my ggg-gfather). I believe that one of those is the source for his middle name, but I will have to do some file sleuthing to be sure.
Added by sjcyoung on Oct 06, 2014 4:48 PM
Joyce O
RE: Mary Figert
My pleasure.
Added by Joyce O on Oct 03, 2014 9:06 AM
JOMAMA
Short Family Ref ^1749342
John ,
I'm requesting that i may have permission to use any of your photo of the short family for my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you full credit.

Joe
Added by JOMAMA on Oct 01, 2014 9:35 PM
Connie Barber
Paris Beckelhiemer
I was wondering if you knew anything about this family? Emma (Emily) Perkins Gibson is my GG Grandmother. I am not about to find where she is buried. I know she died here in Cabell County at her son's, Harlen's house between 1900 and 1910. but I have no record of her death or burial. Can you help?

Connie Martin Barber
cmartinbarber53@aol.com
Added by Connie Barber on Sep 27, 2014 2:12 PM
C Flores
RE: Samuel & Francis Simer
You're welcome!
Added by C Flores on Sep 23, 2014 10:01 PM
Janneane Veger
RE: Christianna Bechtelheimer
You're quite welcome. I should thank you for making requests there; I liked Nichols Cemetery so much, I decided to photograph the entire place for Find-A-Grave!
Added by Janneane Veger on Sep 23, 2014 6:56 AM
Ralph Hammond-Green
RE: Paul Beckelhymer
Thank you. He was our minister when I was growing up.
Ralph
Added by Ralph Hammond-Green on Sep 22, 2014 2:20 PM
Eileen M.
RE: Susie (Behymer) Floyd
Not a problem. Glad I could help!
Added by Eileen M. on Sep 20, 2014 5:05 PM
Linda
RE: Laura Emma (Simer) White
You're very welcome.
Added by Linda on Sep 06, 2014 7:26 AM
Lucy
Probable reason WHY John F C Tanner is buried in Goble Cemetery
John,
Just a bit of information on the probable reason WHY John F C Tanner is buried in Goble Cemetery, which you don't have to include in the profile unless you want to.

Jennie Beadle Tanner's mother was Lydia Brown, wife of Benjamin Gilette Beadle(m Hamilton Co OH 1833) He was born abt 1810. In 1840 Lydia Beedle is living next to Joshua Brown in Clermont County. Ancestry.com has her transcribed as "Mr Lydia Beedle, Mr", and there is no adult female enumerated in the household, so the record is somewhat confusing. She is said to have died in St Louis Missouri in 1842. I believe Lydia may have been a daughter of Joshua and Alice Brown, sister of Alice and Elizabeth Brown Goble, making Jennie Beadle Tanner a granddaughter and niece. John and Jennie were married in Clermont County in 1858, and lived in Jackson County, IN (1860 Census). When John Tanner died, his parents and most of his siblings were deceased, and there was no common burial ground for the family. I have no proof of Lydia's parentage, but a relationship to the Browns and Gobles is the only thing that makes sense of John's burial at Goble Cemetery.
Lucy
Added by Lucy on Aug 30, 2014 1:38 PM
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