Hello fellow researchers! I currently live in Butler County, Pennsylvania. I began researching our family lines as a gift for our children. My husband and I have now been researching for the past 20+ years and now have over 10,000 names in our family database. Some of the family names are: Atkins, Callahan, Calvin, Caylor, Cook, Copenhaver, D'Arcangelo/Darcangelo, Daugherty, Eck, Ewing, Geibel, Geist/Guist, Heasley, McGrady, Montag, Oesterling, Pizer, Reott/Riott, Ritzert, Schnur, Schuler/Shuler, Spahn/Spohn, Swigart, Taylor, Trimbur, and Walters. I have been through my share of frustrations while researching. I hope by contributing to this site that I can make researching easier for someone.
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Daisy Bell Hamel, 113930433 Hi! I am working on my family tree and am referencing many resources. Can you verify the authenticity of Daisy Bell Hamel's parentage. According to Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.com, James and Nancy Hamel had 13 children born from 1846-1869. There is no Daisy listed on either site. Since there is a gap of 11 years from the date of their last known child to her date of birth, I was hoping you could let me know where you got the info on Daisy so I can reference it. Thanks.
Thank You Again Thank You for getting a picture of Anna Pollock's Grave. When you don't have pictures of these relatives. it somehow gives you ease seeing a picture of their grave. Don't know why but it just feels that way. Thank You again.