|Aaron Gleim (#47329636)|
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I am from Portsmouth , Scioto County , Ohio . I enjoy Genealogy and the research of my many Family Tree lines. I also visit Cemeteries of my Ancestors and record their history .|
I have found out many interesting things about my Family Tree . I have discovered that I have deep " Dutch " roots that trace back to Colonial NEW Netherlands( America) before 1642, some 130 years before the American Revolution. I also have many family ancestors that trace back to early New England Colonial-American families. Many of my Family lines trace back to England , France , Netherlands , Ireland and Scotland . One Family branch the " Coryell / Coriell " used to hang out with George Washington during the American Revolution .* see Coryell Ferry 1776 .
Perhaps the most interesting , is that I am related to the " Gorsuch " family that settled Baltimore, Maryland in the mid 1600's. My Gorsuch ancestors are descendend from " Royal Lines " of Europe , including many Kings and Queens of England ,France , Spain , Scotland and more..
I also have many German & Prussian Immigrant lines from the mid 1800's .
later , many of my family ancestors migrated west and became early pioneers & settlers of Kentucky and Ohio . I am connected to many of the Earliest Families of Scioto County Ohio .
feel free to contact me , I am willing to help other families to obtain a gravesite photo of their ancestors in Scioto County . I am happy to photograph their ancestors for them .
I also want Find-a-Grave Volunteers to send photos of the Gravesites of my family ancestors that I cannot travel to... I have Many out of State Gravestites that I would like photographed...
Scioto County , Ohio
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|9cvxvck02||You were right in the first place|
Whoops! Sorry -- I've fixed it to say Grover.
|9cvxvck02||Dorothy (Glover) Marcum|
Thanks for the information, Aaron. I've added the information that you sent, but I'd be glad to transfer the memorial(s) to you if you'd like.
|Pamela Thompson||RE: chaffin Cemetery|
Thanks Aaron I would appreciate it. Take Care Pam
|Pamela Thompson||RE: Chaffin|
Hey Aaron Just wanted to touch base with you. Since the weeds are down now wanted to see if you might be interested in finding the chaffin cemetery you havent been too. Let me know Thanks Pam
|Kari Olson||RE: Meads in Meads Cemetery|
Thanks, I will check carefully for who the photographer is.
I appreciate all your work.
|Kari Olson||Meads in Meads Cemetery|
Hi, I would love to add these headstone photos to my family tree on Ancestry.com with the photo credit to you of course. Please let me know if you object to this or to let me know how you would prefer the photo credit worded. If I do not hear from you , I will assume it is okay to use it. Thanks so much.
|Ida Franks||Anna Eliza "Annie" Stockham Gifford|
Anna Eliza "Annie" Stockham Gifford
Find A Grave Memorial# 93106739
The Portsmouth Daily Times, Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio
Tuesday, September 03, 1901
Death of Mrs. Gifford
Eliza Gifford wife of Rev. Lafayette Gifford
|Pamela Thompson||RE: Chaffin|
Thank you Aaron for responding. Is your cousin's last name Summers. If so I have met him and he was suppose to take me there last fall. I need to contact him again and see if he will still do that for me. I see you took note that Dennis was the son of Frances Marion and Sarah. Are you chasing the Chaffin line or just doing cemetery photos?
Thanks again Aaron Pam Thompson
|Pamela Thompson||Denis Lee Chaffin|
Dennis was the son of Francis Marion Chaffin and Sarah M. McGhee. Francis Marion was the son of Reuben and Sarah Smith Chaffin. Francis Marion Chaffin who married Susannah Perry was the son of Phineas Bean and Almira Wheeler Chaffin. Thought I would pass this info on to you. The Chaffin's are my line. Thanks Pam
|Pamela Thompson||Chaffin Cemetery on Lick Run Lyra|
I guess I confused you. I have been to the one on Hall's hill. I am looking for Chaffin Cemetery #1 It is about 2 or 3 mile I guess from Chaffin 2 going back towards South Webster. If you have info about that cemetery I would appreciate it. Thanks for your time Aaron. Pam Thompson
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