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Becky Doan (#46821009)
 member for 11 years, 1 month, 12 days
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scott r
RE: Chadwick info
okay you did good thanks!!!!

Added by scott r on Feb 24, 2017 1:35 PM

JDSteele
Ditter
Becky,
Thank you for your time and efforts with looking for information about Guy Doan and Mary Ditter! I'm just starting to research the Ditter family so to date don't have too much information. Unfortunately my grandmother who was married to John Ditter passed away many years ago along with my mother hence I don't have family to consult with. I did find a photo in my mother's photo album of Guy and Mary Doan on their 60th wedding anniversary. Luckily the back of the photo states that Mary is John's older sister. I was
hoping that you were a distant relative of Guy Doan and could confirm that I'm on the right track.

Judi

Added by JDSteele on Feb 23, 2017 5:11 PM

debbie6299
Frances Schooley Memorial
Hi, Becky,

I've found the memorial you created for Frances Leary Schooley (#168434891) who is buried at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Buffalo, NY. Frances is my grandfather's sister. Are you related to the Learys or Schooleys? (and by extension to me?)

If you would like to transfer that memorial to me, I will be happy to maintain it. I've just added a photo of Fances on her wedding day.

Thanks for your good work.

Debbie Moskal Grimes

Added by debbie6299 on Feb 23, 2017 11:06 AM

JDSteele
Guy Doan
Betty,

I"ll anxiously await your reply at a later date.

Thank you!

Judi

Added by JDSteele on Feb 19, 2017 12:06 PM

Susan M
Douglas Grant Hertz
Hi Becky,

I found your bio on Douglas Grant HERTZ. I found some newspaper clippings that added new information to our family knowledge of Douglas. However, there are many inaccuracies in what is posted (not your fault). Douglas liked to exaggerate. He even added 10 years to his life and he was born in London not Sutton. I have his birth certificate. If you would like to contact me as smoziar@rogers.com, I can correct some of the in accuracies.

Added by Susan M on Feb 16, 2017 8:46 PM

JDSteele
Doan/Ditter
Hello Betty,

I'm hoping you can help me learn more about George Doan and his family, more so, his son Guy Doan and his wife Mary Ditter? I realize that your information is directed toward the Doan family but would like to pick your brain for possible information regarding the Ditter families of Kelvington SK.

Thank your in advance for your time in this matter.

Judi

Added by JDSteele on Feb 15, 2017 7:50 PM

Mark Weitzel
Merrile Jack Allen, Sr. #44469914
Hi Becky, Findagrave member, Cherie Officer has located a Obit. and thought this is the best way to get it to you. Regards, Mark Weitzel

Born: March 29, 1917 Olean, New York
Died: November 17, 1976 Olean General Hospital
Buried: November 20, 1976 (Master List, Nov. 22, 1976) Chestnut Hill Cemetery

Plot: H-31SE-3 Memorial # 44469914

Parents: Trueman (Memorial: 44469980) and Fannie Mack Allen

Married: Dorothy Clayton on December 31, 1938 at Olean.

Olean Times Herald Olean, New York Friday, November 19, 1976 Page 14

Obituaries

Merrile Jack Allen Sr.

Merrile Jack Allen Sr., of 339 N. 7th St., Olean, was pronounced dead on arrival at the Olean General Hospital Wednesday (Nov. 17, 1976) following an apparent heart attack while driving on N. Union St.

Born in Olean, March 29, 1917 he was a son of Trueman and Fannie Mack Allen. He was married to the former Dorothy Clayton on Dec. 31, 1938, at Olean, who survives.

A lifetime resident of Olean, Mr. Allen was employed at AVX Ceramics for the past three years as a machinist maintenance man. He was formerly employed by the Alcas Cutlery Co. for 19 years and for the Ka-Bar Cutlery Co., doing the same type of work.

He was a member of the Christ United Methodist Church of Olean.

Surviving, besides his widow, are three daughters, Mrs. William (Linda) Shafer and Mrs. Karen Babb, both of Olean, and Mrs. Charles (Sandra) Osborne of Indianapolis, Ind.; two sons, LaVerne Allen and Merrile J. Allen Jr., both of California; 22 grandchildren; three brothers, Edward Allen and Harry Allen of Olean, and Frank Allen of Tampa, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Howard (Winifred) LaBaron of Celeron; and several nieces and nephews.

Friends will be received at the Spink Funeral Home Inc., 646 E. State St., today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral and committal services will be held there Saturday (Nov. 20, 1976) at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev. LeRoy Lundgren, pastor of the Showers United Methodist Church, officiating in the absence of the Rev. William E. Gaiser, pastor of Christ United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, Portville.

Added by Mark Weitzel on Feb 15, 2017 1:26 PM

Susan Davis
Maria McMillan Doan
Her Ohio State Death Certificate states that she is buried in Sugar Grove Cemetery with her husband Robert.

Added by Susan Davis on Feb 14, 2017 8:46 PM

Anthony Stephenson
Thomas L Baxter, Maplewood Cemetery
Becky, Thanks for getting back to me. I was hoping for more info on Thomas's parents....

Thanks again, Tony

Added by Anthony Stephenson on Feb 07, 2017 7:56 PM

Linda J. Morris
Susannah Custer
Becky, If you will check with the DAR, you will find that Dianna Black proved that her mother was from the Elsberry family in Virginia. Not that Susannah Custer did not marry a Daniel Cain, just not our Daniel Cain. Both of them served in the REV WAR but the one Daniel Cain who married Elsberry was the one who also served with Col. Lowther. It has been a really tough thing to prove but it is done now. Daniel Cain had a daughter Hannah Cain that married Samuel Knight. His family came over with William Penn on the "Society" in 1682. Daniel also married a second time to his son inlaws sister, Sarah Knight who was 33 years younger than he. They lived in Greene Co., Ohio at the time. If you will check it out and change the mother, I know a lot of us that would really appreciate it. It takes an act of God to correct a mistake and this has been a wopper. Let me know what you think please. But, even the DAR considers it proven.

Linda Doile Morris

By the way, Daniel was my Grandfather and his second wife Sarah, well she is a cousin--I guess that is confusing enough.

Added by Linda J. Morris on Feb 07, 2017 2:16 PM

Linda J. Morris
Lowther
This is just too funny Becky. First you search for Doile's for me, then I find out you are into the Zirkle family too. Now I find you have Lowther's too. I have Col.Robert J. Lowther who married Katherine Cain and his father was Col. William Beamer Lowther and Sarh Hughs. I also have his name as being in charge of a unit that one of my ancestors was in. Am I on the wrong track? Katherine Cain was the daughter of Daniel Cain and Miss Elsberry. And it most likely he was the one who was in Col. Lowthers regiment. I come from Daniel Cain too. Anyway, how much more do you know?

Linda Doile Morris

Added by Linda J. Morris on Feb 07, 2017 1:47 PM

Jane Brogan Smith
wrong spouse
170134162 has the wrong spouse on his record. His wife is Jane.

Added by Jane Brogan Smith on Feb 07, 2017 8:59 AM

Anthony Stephenson
Thomas L Baxter, Maplewood Cemetery
Hi Becky,

In the Thomas L Baxter memorial (Find A Grave Memorial# 91744114) there is a bio. Do you remember what the source of it was?

Thanks, Tony

Added by Anthony Stephenson on Feb 05, 2017 11:13 AM

John Campbell
William Lowther
Hi There.

I have checked some more books on Moate and I have found reference to Lowther buried in the Quaker Cemetery. It just gives reference to Lowther from Ballinakill Moate and Tubber Moate. No first names and no headstone.

John

Added by John Campbell on Feb 03, 2017 11:44 PM

Ned L Hoover
RE: Sponsoring a Memorial
Thanx for the comeback. Would like to talk one on one more about how we might coordinate efforts to work your sites. You have my e-mail so hope to hear from you directly. Yes Maggie was my second wife.

Kindest Regards,

Ned L Hoover

Added by Ned L Hoover on Feb 03, 2017 4:43 AM

John Campbell
William Lowther
Hi there. I have checked the book on this cemetery and unfortunately there is no headstone for the person you are looking for. There is also a list of people buried here without a head stone and its also not on this list.

I just checked the bio about this person and I think it may be the wrong location. The pets in who wrote this bio refers to Carlow as the location which is now known as Westmeath. However westmeath and Carlow is are two totally different locations.

This maybe the issue. Regardless, if you want a scan of the book pages, just send me your e-mail and I can forward to you.

John

Added by John Campbell on Feb 02, 2017 4:32 PM

Ned L Hoover
Sponsoring a Memorial
Hi Becky:
Looks like you have set up a number of my Hoover and Logsdon,memorials and perhaps some Imthurn and Fankhousers that I haven't stumbled upon. Thanx for your efforts!
If it is agreeable I would like to sponsor some of the memorials but I don't quite understand completely just what I am letting myself in for.
Of course since these would be families that I have researched for 25+ years I have a great deal of information that I could submit to complete the various family groups and am more than willing to do that but due to my advanced age I wouldn't want to take on something that in a few short years would be left to flounder so it would help if you could give me some info or refer me to something that is already published that would ease my concerns before I enter into the endeavor.

Thanx for your efforts on the various families!

Kindest Personal Regards,

Ned Lawrence Hoover

Added by Ned L Hoover on Feb 02, 2017 4:25 PM

John Campbell
RE: Quaker Cemetery
Hi

I have a book written about this graveyard. I will look up your ancestor when I get home. it lists all headstones in the graveyard.

John

Added by John Campbell on Feb 02, 2017 8:42 AM

Carol Routt
Henry Routt
Hi there, I have looked into this family and Henry is not the father of Mary that married a Seigenthaler. She is connected with a different family. Thank, Carol Routt

Added by Carol Routt on Feb 01, 2017 2:39 PM

Cindy Wagner
RE: Thanks
Wow! Who's your friend and how are they related. He is the brother of my husband's 2G Grandfather, Robert Conley.

Added by Cindy Wagner on Jan 31, 2017 7:58 PM

Raymond Riley
RE: Korbs
Please let me know if there might be other info from Northeast Kansas that I might be able to help.
Raymond

Added by Raymond Riley on Jan 29, 2017 3:07 PM

Keith Quimbach
Soule and Holmes
Hi Becky - Do you any info on Electra Jane Holmes who was married to John W. Soule both from New York originally but moved to Michigan. JW is my 3rd Great grandfather. Keith Quimbach

Added by Keith Quimbach on Jan 22, 2017 9:59 AM

Carol Routt
Henry Routt
Hi , My name is Carol Routt and I am working on the Henry Routt family. He was married to Margaret Turner. He is the father of Jesse Routt. His memorial number is 101597593. You have that he is married to Margaret Elizabeth Hill Campbell. That isn't correct. If you look up Jesse J Routt's death certificate Missouri, his mother is listed as Margaret Turner. Margaret also had a son previously, named Millard Turner and in Henry Routt's obituary in the Emporia Weekly Gazette on 23 April 1931, Henry is survived by his widow, a son Jesse Routt of Kansas City, and a stepson, Millard Turner. There could be another Henry Routt, but the father of Jesse Routt was married to Margaret Turner. Thank You, Carol Routt

Added by Carol Routt on Dec 30, 2016 1:10 PM

Peter Hoover
Additions to Elizabeth Brick Hoover
Dear Becky,

Would you consider adding a bit more onto Elizabeth Brick Hoover's page on the Rainham Mennonite Cemetery? These are the suggested additions:

Elizabetha Brick Hoover was born to Peter Brick and Barbara Eckert on 02 Feb 1815 in Germany. She arrived on the ship Marigo on 11 Aug 1833 in the Port of New York. The family moved to Canada West (Ontario), where she found temporary work amongst Mennonites in the Rainham Settlement. Her parents, and other German Catholic relatives settled in the New Prussia settlement in Waterloo County, and later Formosa in Huran County, Ontario.

Elizabetha married Jacob Hoover and joined the Rainham Mennonite Church, of whom he became the deacon. They had eleven children. She died on 23 Jan 1897 in Haldimand County, Ontario.

* * * * *

If you could add this on, this information might be of value to seekers of Elizabeth's very large amount of descendants.

May the peace of Christ be with you, in this Christmas season!

Peter Hoover

Added by Peter Hoover on Dec 19, 2016 11:21 PM

mattbly01
Sarah Pike Strout Collins
Would the two of you work out the two different memorials?

54879886

41723806

Thanks
Matt

Added by mattbly01 on Dec 18, 2016 11:46 AM

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