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|Charles Eugene Logston (#47104267)|
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I've been researching my roots for over 40 years. I remember when I was a boy asking my grandmother and great aunt about relatives who lived so long before me. I got the genealogy bug and the quest for more information continues. The journey has been amazing!|
As an army veteran, I enjoy knowing about and researching those who served in the U.S. military. Their names and experiences need to be remembered.
Family names I'm mainly searching are the following from OH, WV, PA, MD: Ansel, Anspach, Boso, Botzko/Buczko/Butzko, Calvert, Dupler, Ferguson, Logsdon/Logston, McMillan, and Mills.
If you are a related to or have an extreme interest in a memorial that I have, I'm happy to transfer the site (unless it's one of my relatives or someone I'm very interested in). I believe that a relative will care for a site more than anyone else, no matter how distant the relationship.
Happy genealogy trails!
"Your faithfulness continues throughout all generations; You established the earth, and it stands." Psalm 119:90
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|Not so Irish||All the edits|
Thank you sir!!
|Christie & Bill||John T Hall|
I was curious if you are related to John T Hall. He is my Uncle. and I would be honored if I could request the transfer of his memorial. I have been working trying to update all my gramma's work from when she researched the Hall family back over 30 years ago...
|Christie & Bill||Lots of relatives|
Hello - My name is Christie (Lilley) Moore. I have been working on the Lilley family tree for nearly 3 decades so I decided to add in my gma Sarah Virginia's branch! She was a Logsdon married to my pap William Franklin - Her parents were John & Eliza Logsdon. As I have sat here going thru all the Beeler Station memorials and I found so many relatives which I am guessing you are part of them some how since you are a Logsdon. I find it so funny looking at our relatives because Gma Sarah's brother Frank Logsdon married her niece Minnie Crow (d/o Barnett & Sarah Lilley Crow) - Sarah is my aunt! (LOL) Also their son Wesley Crow married Della Logsdon (d/o of John & Eliza Logsdon) ...
|Christie & Bill||Catherine Koontz 75582751|
Hello Mr Logsdon:
I was letting you know - my great great aunt Catherine Koontz has another memorial created by Peace4me. She has her linked to her husband, parents, siblings.
|genieresearcher||Jacob Dayton 78634902|
Hello Charles, just wanted to let you know I sent edit to link Jacob to his parents memorials, however you will see the birth year on father Valentine is incorrect and I have sent edits to correct it. thanks!
|Cathe C.||ROSE Ellen Barker Doyle|
Dear Mr. LOGSTON, CAN YOU GIVE ME ANY INFO RE THIS WOMAN ? I have been unable to trace her town of birth or who her parents were.but she is my great grandmother. Would appreciate any info you could give me re her life. Thank you very much. Cathe C.
Added by Cathe C. on Jul 14, 2017 1:49 AM
|Cathe C.||Re Wm. BRUNSON DOYLE & wife Rosey Ellen Barker Doyle|
I believe these 2 people were my g. Grandparents .as their names are on my grandfathers birth certificate. I know that sounds silly but I have been searching for info on Rosey Ellin Barker via snail mail for several years unsuccessfully .was amazed to see a birth / death date for her that you have listed. Also interested in any military service record for William. If it exists. I do not wish to take over site as you are doing quite well to come up with info re Ellen Barker and I am a hopeless novice. Lol ( @ myself )thank you for your work & research. From someone who caught the bug also sincerely Cathe C.
Added by Cathe C. on Jul 14, 2017 1:14 AM
Sir: This Civil War soldier is being included in a new Memorial tableau under development in Marshall County.
|Ruth Harris||Find A Grave Memorial# 72436152|
Hello Charles! I was wondering if you would transfer Louis Tinto to me please? She is my husband's great Aunt. I would deeply appreciate it. Thank you.
|Emma Walling||RE: Lonnie Blakeney Grave Photo|
It was my great pleasure to do it and to learn a little of the history. I did look for a military marker but I did not find one.
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