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|I am currently tracking my family tree in the hopes of expanding on the work that my mother started. I can still remember playing under the tables in the West Virginia libraries as she and my father tried to find that one piece that would help all the others fall into place.|
Family names for my mother's side include Duncan, Hall, Carter, Wears, Edwards, Saxton/Saxon, Lewis and Thomas. Most being from Virginia, West Virginia or Ohio.
Family names for my father's side include Smith, Black, Shockley, Howard and Nottingham. Also coming from West Virginia and southern Ohio.
Please feel free to use any of my photos to honor those who have gone before us.
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|janicet||RE: Otstott headstone|
Oh, darn! Thank you for confirming that. The memorial has been updated.
Added by janicet on Jan 03, 2017 3:00 AM
|Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson||Seifert|
Thank you for the Picture.
|John Dorsey||Neppie Whittington|
Thanks very much for trekking out in the snow to take the picture!
Happy New Year!
Thank you so much! I have a John Adam Otstott/Otstot who died in 1846 and a birth record for 23 DEC 1768. Can you read the line between his name and the death? Might it be:
Added by janicet on Dec 28, 2016 4:52 PM
|Frances Cope||Edward and Hattie Trowbridge|
Thank you so much for taking the pictues of the Trowbridge family.
|Frances Cope||Mary and Albert Trowbridge|
Thank you so much for taking the great photos.
|JK||John and Jennie Hisner - Ferncliff|
Greetings Christina - Thank you so much for the information and taking a photo of the burial plots/location. This is the couple I was looking for. Best regards, JK in MN
Added by JK on Dec 27, 2016 8:28 PM
|BACB||Christopher L. Black (34512408)|
Thank you for the photo of his memorial. He is my nephew. Your time and effort are greatly appreciated. Have a Happy New Year!
Added by BACB on Dec 26, 2016 12:55 PM
|Jeannie Scarber||Karl Eiser marker|
Thank you for taking the photo of Karl Eiser's marker, what a unique star! I am glad this WWI veteran was buried in a marked grave.
|Michael Mussinan||RE: Marjorie and William Sims in Ferncliff|
Thank you so much for taking the pictures of Marjorie and William Sims as well as the McGinnis photos. Also, appreciate the additional photos for the Sims family. I will sort everyone out and see how they are related.
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