|Patricia Munder Thompson||Munder Just family tree|
First, thanks for your entry for Leonard Just on Find A Grave! I am doing research (that I started in 1993) on the Munder tree. Leonard was a son of Paula Munder, who was a sister to my paternal grandfather - Frederick A. Munder, Sr. So I guess that would make Leonard and my Dad cousins.
I sort of lost track of the Munder clan after I "published" the family tree in 1995.
I'm assuming that you are part of the Just family.Can you tell me how you fit in and what you know about the family now? I did a lot of correspondence by mail with Leonard's brother Raymond. Do you know if he is still living?
I appreciate any help that you can provide. I attached Leonard's 1995 family tree to FamilySearch. You might want to see where I left off.
Patricia Munder Thompson
|Patricia Munder Thompson||Leonard Just|
Thanks so much for adding the Find A Grave entry for Leonard. You have made my family research so much easier. What a blessing you are!
Wondering if you would have a photo of Leonard to add to his page. Don't think I met him on my trip to New Salem back in the mid 1990's.
|Susan Goldie||RE: email|
this is susan goldie my new email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|David McCormick||McCormick - Lawrence County, PA|
Even though Our two McCormick lines have no connection after immigration to the USA - I was aware of the OTHER McCormick family as a child. I suggest you check for McCormicks like Walter McCormick who owned a DiamondT-REO truckc dealership in New Castle in the 1940s-60s. There was also a McCormick family who were farmers in Hickory Township,Lawrence County who were local government officials in that era (Township Supervisors). I think they were likely related to each other. They were likely related to a man named Elder McCormick about whom I know little. Elder McCormick had a dance band (probably a second-job, hobby) in the 1920s and 1930s. Among the dance halls that dance band often played was ELLHURST, which my grandfather Hugh A. McCormick owned near modern Weigletown in Slippery Rock Township, Lawrence County. I suspect your John McCormick (born 1797) descends from the McCormick family (a chapter) in PENNSYLVANIA GENEALOGIES, by William H. Egle, MD -written in the 1800s. That fmily is more renowned than mine. One of their tribe, a James McCormick was an early settler in Beaver County. As you may know the northern part of Beaver County became part of what is now Lawrence County in 1850. Best wishes.
|Brian Backes||RE: Just's in Morton County, ND|
Randy, youíre very welcome. Iím glad I am able to be of some help.
|RickC||RE: Edna B. Horger|
You are very welcome.
Added by RickC on Jun 18, 2016 9:11 PM
|Larry & Nancy Brooks||RE: Rankin|
No, We aren't related. All the Brooks that my husband is related to were in Reno County, Kansas.
He is an only male child, his father was an only male child, so there isn't much of a chance that he is related.
We have a book of burials at Memorial Park Cemetery so we added the memorials at were not already set up.
|David Haspert||Lucille Costello|
Thank you very much for the transfer of Lucille's memorial, which has been updated. -- Dave
Hi there, could you transfer my great-grandpa, John Trulove # 28187260 to me? Thank you so much. :) I have already started attaching his kids and some photographs I had and the obituary.
Rebecca Evans (#48268166)
|Kathleen L Hoffman Potter||Eakins|
Thank you so much for the transfers of the Eakin family. They are all linked to their parents and ancestors now.
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