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I got interested in research about 11yrs ago when I met my husband. He was reseaching his family. And when I started to do mine.. I WAS HOOKED!! On any given day starting in Spring, you will find me walking the cemeteries, transcribing and taking photos.|
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|Carl Catherman||Lella Todd|
Thank you very much for adding the bio to her memorial.
|Amy Bolinder Gedmatch#A862271||RE: Elmore Reece|
Yes the death certificate says Spring Hill, but there are two different Spring Hills. The death cert also says removed to West Chester underneath Spring Hill, which made me question the cemetery. Beckett Ridge is considered West Chester. Thanks for your input. Amy
|Terrie Bolyard||Memorial# 25892716|
This woman might be the same woman as William's first wife. The marriage date shows the same day. There are hardly any records for a Dorcas, but many for Hannah, which is the woman who married him the same day Dorcas did. Perhaps we've got a doppelganger with its own identity here?
|Jean Dawson||Marshal A. Wehrley|
Memorial #23796381 Springlawn Cem., New Paris, Oh
You have siblings Irene Jeanes, Ruby Wehrley here is the rest of his siblings. His father was my great step grandfather.
Harry Vandoran Wehrley 18997-1945 Mound Hill Cem., Eaton, Ohio ; Mary Ruthela Wehrley Pickering 1900-1985 his twin Maple Grove Cem., Cleves, Ohio; Elizabeth Addie "Lizzie" Wehrley 1900-1900 Roselawn Cem., Lewisburg, Ohio and my grandfather Ernest L. Brown 1891-1953 Mound Hill Union Cem., Eaton, Ohio, he was raised by John after his mother Martha was divorced from Denver Brown and died in 1898 in Fl.
John and Martha were married in 1897. If you want to add the siblings that would be great all of them are on Find A Grave Cemeteries. You can contact me if you need more information. Thanks Jean Brown Dawson
MIssing siblings Elizabeth sponenberger Powers and Bernadine Sponenberger. They are listed on Bridget Hanley Sponenbergers site
|Tpowers561||RE: Bridget Hanley Sponenberger|
Thanks. I also noticed that somebody had Bernadine and harry as husband and wife. They were brother and sister. That was on bernadines page. I corrected that also.
If you're interested in trivia, I used to visit My great Aunt Benny, brothers Harry and James (who was called Dick for some reason). They all lived together on 5th ? Street in Hamilton, OH. Harry and Benny never married and Dick's wife died young so Benny kept house for the two Bachelors. The men were both retired RR guys.
|Claude Leineke||RE: transfer Memorial# 63613817|
Reference transfer Memorial #63613817
Thanks Marcie you do amazing work!
|Stella L. Obeshaw||RE: Charles Dunaway|
I haven't registered a Charles Dunaway, but you can look at over 100 men of that name by going to "began new search" fill in the name, leave everything else blank,
Good luck, hope you find your Charles.
|Tpowers561||Bridget Hanley Sponenberger|
Its me again. Bridget also had another daughter named Bernadine (sp?). I'm not sure when she was born or died but it was in Hamilton Ohio. She outlived Harry and James (called Dick for some reason). We called her aunt Benny.
|Tpowers561||Bridget Hanley Sponenberger|
Bridget was my Great Grandmother. Her daughter Elizabeth Sponenberger was my Grandmother. She died in 1967, not sure of year of birth. You don't list her as one of Bridget's children. Elizabeth is buried in Dayton, OHIO north side. Not sure of cemetery name.
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