I have been into genealogy for over 25 years. It is quite addictive, but I really enjoy it. My family tree program has over 28,000 names, so there are many links, branches, limbs, etc. Please let me know of any mistakes or additional information. I really appreciate it very much. I am researching many surnames, such as Lavy, Lavey, Labig, Lowig, Weisel, Miller, Hoover, Rein, Hubley, Boyd, Hosick, Kinsley, Kauffman, Jamison, Royer, Ober, Brumbaugh, Flora, Beckner, Brubaker, Phillips, etc. Thank you for all inquiries.
RE: George Anderson Howard Thanks for your comment. You can't really know if there is a headstone until someone gets out there and looks for one. 2 of the 5 requests I followed up on today had no headstones and 15 of the @100 I had on my list to photo had no stones. All in all a pretty productive session. I hope you have better luck with your other requests.
Ruth Ginger @ Hollansburg Hi Jim, I just did the edits you sent me for Ruth. Wanted to let you know I have no connection at all to her, if you do and would like management of her memorial I would be glad to transfer. Just let me know - thank you! Pat
RE: Martha Umstott Fuller Eagon 1866-1918 Hi, I wonder if I have the wrong family, then. The Jesse James Fuller I have is found in the census up until 1930. (Tuscarawas County, OH). He died in WA in 1939. He was the son of Martha Umstott and James Fuller. He had a younger brother, Ralph Jay, whom I cannot find after the WWI draft registration. Could this have been the one that died in France? Thank you. Sherry
Martha Umstott Fuller Eagon 1866-1918 Do you have any info regarding Martha's first husband, James Fuller? I notice your entry on her page indicates they were married in Tusc. Co. in 1889 but I can't confirm that by looking at the Marriage Index on Tuscogene.com (and come up with nothing on familysearch)// I am quite curious about what happened to James Fuller. I can find no trace of him after 1900 in Lorain OH and it appears Martha took only their daughter and moved to Belmont County somewhere around 1902-1904. Any insight you can provide would be very much appreciated. thanks, Sherry