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Corine Hardman (#47508288)
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Bio Photo My research of family names include:

Soccorsi, Ciampanella, Santolini, Lalli, & Lauri families - Colle, Arquata del Tronto, Ascoli Piceno, Marche Italy region and their descendants both in Italy and the US.

Pegley(Pagliari)- Italy and US

Hardman, Fortney, Sigley, Bolyard, Burgoyne in US.

My mother's relations are in and around Masontown, Preston, WV where apparently every one there is related by marriage.

My father's relations are in Preston County as well as Gilmer, Ritchie and Wood county.

I have based my information on here by cemetery books, WV vitals and family knowledge. If the Italian name is spelled one way when born, but changed to Americanize it, I put the American name on here with a note of the original spelling. Just because the birth certificate says one thing, when a person dies they could have changed their name-whether it is their first, middle and or last - it happens.
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Paul Myers
William C. Wimer
Hi again! William's mother was Susan McClymonds from Butler Co., Pa., as Philip was. She died on 03/29/1870, presumably in Butler Twp., Butler Co., Pa. That info came from his Civil War pension file from National Archives. He married another woman from the Butler area and they had 4 or 5 children. In any case, I have been unable to determine where Susan was buried. The grave is probably unmarked.

The second family has always been secretive about their relationship to Philip and the second wife, so I got very little assistance from them in the past.
Regards, Paul Myers
Added by Paul Myers on Jul 01, 2015 11:25 AM
Paul Myers
William C. Wimer
Hi Corine! This morning I was pleased to find your recent memorial for William C. Wimer posted on Find A Grave. I have been researching my mother's Wimer ancestors for many years and lately have been trying to tie up loose ends before I become a Graves statistic myself. Just yesterday, I discovered and posted Philip Snyder Wimer 1843-1909 (memorial #148504122) who was William C. Wimer's father. If you find time, if you are willing to do so, I would appreciate it if you would "plug" William into Philip's memorial. I have also posted Philip's father, William, and his grandfather, Christopher. Regards, Paul Myers
Added by Paul Myers on Jul 01, 2015 7:59 AM
Corine, I wanted to let you know that I added Herbert James Huggins in Pleasant Grove with cem pic, and added cem pic to Harold and Harris Huggins at Pleasant Grove. Kim
Added by Kdperrine on Jun 30, 2015 4:02 PM
Katina Peters
Robert E. Lee Reed
Your message.

I have tried to unlink Robert from Rachel (101894667), I am hoping you can.


WHY ??????? Katina
Added by Katina Peters on Jun 23, 2015 5:24 PM
RE: Neff/Kanes Creek
Thanks Corine.. Hopefully tomorrow it won't be raining.. Kim
Added by Kdperrine on Jun 20, 2015 6:44 PM
RE: Neff/ Kanes Creek Cemetery
Corine, I thought it was out Kanes Creek - I've seen a church off to the left thinking it was close. I need to just drive out there and ask around. It is probably on private property.. Thanks for the info.. Kim
Added by Kdperrine on Jun 19, 2015 5:53 PM
Neff/ Kanes Creek Cemetery
Corine, Could you tell me where this cemetery is? I'm going to Preston this weekend (if weather holds out)? Thanks Kim
Added by Kdperrine on Jun 18, 2015 6:53 PM
Bonnie Lipscomb Kudla
RE: Personal question re Bolyard Family
Are you serious??? Is this your list or is it mine?

In my tree are:
Harsh, Bolyard, Goodwin. Phillips, Kisner, Wolfe, Everly, Knotts, Rodehefer, Bonnett,and Burns to name a few.
Added by Bonnie Lipscomb Kudla on Jun 09, 2015 9:01 PM
Bonnie Lipscomb Kudla
RE: Personal question re Bolyard Family
Yes, I'm on Ancestry.

I understand what you mean about "stand-offish". It is a prestigious organization but we are all equal and there's no reason for anyone to feel better than someone else. I didn't have intentions of joining DAR 40 years ago when I started gathering information. I thought it was enough for me to know that my ancestors fought without paying an organization to say they in fact did. But in order to get them nationally recognized, I joined. I became treasurer the 2nd year and this year I'm Vice Regent. Our group (61) are a mix of yankee & southerners.
A few snobs can turn people away and that's too bad.

Added by Bonnie Lipscomb Kudla on Jun 09, 2015 8:58 PM
Bonnie Lipscomb Kudla
RE: Personal question re Bolyard Family
WOW What a small world. I belong to the Annuttaliga Chapter of DAR in Brooksville, FL and my Patriot is Ambrose Lipscomb. Since joining, I've gotten my Wotring, Cupp, Six/Sykes, Marders lines verified. I'm waiting for verification of the Bunnell line (father and son), Maxwell and Randolph lines.
Other lines I'm researching are Harsh, Bolyard, Goodwin. Phillips, Kisner, Wolfe, Everly, Knotts, Rodehefer, Bonnett, Burns, Judy, McAllister, Core and Foster. Are you related to any of these?

Are you a member of DAR?
Added by Bonnie Lipscomb Kudla on Jun 09, 2015 4:22 PM
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