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Ken Thompson (#46888098)
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Bio Photo Originally from NW Ohio, finally back in Ohio after a long sojourn in the state of Misery.

Paternal lines: THOMPSON, KRIEGER, SPROSS, WILHELM, also Niemeyer, Meiring, Curtis, Roscoe.
Maternal lines: WESTRICK, LAUBENTHAL, BAUER, SEIFERT, COTTON, HAMMES, also Dietrick/Deitrick, Simmer, Schon, Mead, Lynch.

My wife's:
Paternal lines: FLEMING, MCKENNA, CAMERON, MAXWELL, FRAME, KANE, also Munro, McCann.

If you should see any of your relatives in my memorials, please let me know -- will gladly update a/o transfer memorials to family members.
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RE: Okuley, Baby 35206229
Thanks for the information.
Added by Linda on May 03, 2017 2:09 PM
Joel Meriwether
Thank you, Ken, for the transfers of the Bolleys. And, again, thanks for ALL of the contributions you have made to Find A Grave. What a gift this site is to family history researchers.
Added by Joel Meriwether on Apr 15, 2017 6:51 PM
Joel Meriwether
My mistake
Sorry, I misspelled her first name. It is Doritha Bolley. My Senior Moment.
Added by Joel Meriwether on Apr 15, 2017 4:00 PM
Joel Meriwether
Doroitha Bolley
Greetings, Ken: First my thanks for ALL of your contributions to the Find A Grave community. It is always great to find a connection here. I have sent you an Edit re Doroitha Bolley, who was born in 1806, not 1856. The age on the stone has to be 78 years, not 20 years. She was the daughter of Michael Fenter and Veronika Giessheimer, who were my great, great grandparents. I'm was really pleased to find Doroitha and Theobold Bolley in Henry County, OH. THANKS!
Added by Joel Meriwether on Apr 15, 2017 3:44 PM
Karen Faircloth
RE: Family of Corbins
You may share the Names and info for them if you wish to, Ken Thompson. Thank you for the notice --I just now figured out how to view others sending me any message. Thanks , for your help ! I appreciate it !! Sincerely , Karen Faircoth
Added by Karen Faircloth on Mar 19, 2017 8:35 AM
RE: CLINE memorials
Ken, Neither of these Cline's are related to our family. We do have a Samuel, but he is buried in Grelton Cemetery. Thanks for checking
Added by CMCline on Jan 24, 2017 1:42 PM
Johnny C Mink
Thank you for the transfer.
I appreciate it.
john mink
Added by Johnny C Mink on Dec 21, 2016 7:52 AM
Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey
Thank you for the great information. I have made the corrections, including an edit adding Elizabeth as another wife for Nicholas...and have transferred all the Schiels I have done to you for family safekeeping.

Blessinngs and happy holidays.

Added by Dr. Cynthia Mahaffey on Dec 07, 2016 6:02 AM
Linda Laberdee Grant
RE: Catholic records on FamilySearch
Actually, the ones buried at St. Michael's are my great-grandparents - Lambert Wilsberg and Christina Konzen. Their daughter and my grandmother - Mary Adeline Wilsberg - married Anton (Anthony) Koberstein and they lived in Toledo. More than their sur-names but I didn't want to have to look it up again just in case you asked. :)
Added by Linda Laberdee Grant on Nov 15, 2016 8:00 PM
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RE: Catholic records on FamilySearch
I had briefly looked at these records and saw that they were handwritten ledgers. I have not yet been able to find the time to dig into them but I am so looking forward to doing so. My grandparents at one time lived in New Bavaria. Their parents are buried at St. Michael's Cemetery, Ridgeville Corners, which I think is not far from New Bavaria but I could be wrong. I can't wait to check out these records and I really appreciate your tip that they even exist. Thanks so much again for being so helpful!
Added by Linda Laberdee Grant on Nov 15, 2016 3:16 PM
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