|Dan Stevenson (#47015440)|
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Born and raised in Oregon. After leaving graduate school in 1979 took first job in San Diego, California where I have lived in the area since then. Started working on my family trees in 1980: Stevenson, Moore, Rothrock, Baker, Ramer, Nading, Spach/Spaugh, Fishel, Baird, Brewington, Ketcherside, Butner, Craig, Cox, Faw, Flinn, Hauser, McKenzie, Parker, Phelps, Rominger, Ruble, Russell, Sink, Clodfelter, Doub and Walk.|
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|The Schaub Family||Transfer Request|
We have taken notice of your stewardship of one or more of our family member's memorials. It would be greatly appreciated if you'd be so kind to tranfer them to our care, they are as follows:
· Johann Cristoph - 71751219
· Anna Justinia - 71751132
If you happen to be related to the individual(s) in question, then please feel free to maintain ownership and thank you for taking care of them!
We would further appreciate your deletion of this request after it has been reviewed.
Again, thank you.
|Brian Nix||duplicate Mary Beauchamp memorials|
I am sorry that I did not see your memorial first when I made mine (over five years ago). Yours was first, and so yours should have priority.
I am not a relative; I just used to live in Davie County (until 2012) and I visited a lot of cemeteries during my time there.
If you want me to delete mine and add my pictures and links to yours, that is fine. Or if you prefer, I could just transfer control of my memorial to you. Whichever is better for you, let me know.
|William Ream||Essther Kail Rothrock's memorial|
Thank you for transferring her memorial to me. I have added her obituary and transferred her memorial back to you as I promised to do.
|Lucille Swank||Brazillia I. Bullock|
Hi Dan, Just wanted to correct some info on this person. He is a man. His wife is not the person shown on his site. If you could remove that, then I would add his parents. They are buried in the same cemetery. His daughter is, also. I cannot find his wife's burial yet.. Thank you so much. Lucille Swank
|William Ream||Esther Kail Rothrock's memorial|
Hello, I was wondering if you had received the request I had sent you on putting Esther Kail Rothrock's obituary on her memorial? If you are overwhelmed by all the requests you are getting, if you'd temporarily transfer her memorial (64411146) to me (47081536), I'd be happy to post her obituary on her memorial and return the management of the memorial back to you.
|Nathan Haines||Rev William John Hamilton|
OK, I got pics per your request for Rev William John Hamilton. I put pics on his wife and daughter's pages too even though you did not ask for that.
If I put too many pictures let me know and I will take any off you don't want.
|Robert Gray||Philip Rothrock|
PIONEER CHARACTER SKETCHES by Evans & Stivers
page 617, A HISTORY OF ADAMS COUNTY, OHIO
"Philip Rothrock was born October 12, 1801 (?1831) in Pennsylvania. His father moved to Mt. Leigh when he was eleven years of age. He went to school in the district school of the neighborhood and afterward at the North Liberty Academy. When the war broke out he raised a company for the 60th O. V. I. for one year and was appointed Captain, November 26, 1861. He served in the organization until November 10, 1862 and while in it was in several battles and skirmishes and was taken prisoner of war at Harper's Ferry in the surrender there. He remained at home until June, 1863, when he raised Company B, Second Ohio Heavy Artillery. While he was recruiting that, he and his brother, Joseph, and John Van Deman attended the North Liberty United Presbyterian Church and took communion. Philip said it would be the last time he would be with them and so it proved to be. His regiment was sent for service in East Tennessee. On August 18, 1863, he was wounded by an explosion of one of our old cannon at Cleveland, Tennessee, then used to repel an attack by the Rebel General Wheeler. The next day he was appointed Major but was never mustered. He was sent to the hospital where he remained until October 12, 1864, when he died. In November, his remains were brought to Mt. Leigh and reinterred.He was married August 18, 1857, to Rebecca E. Shaw. There were two sons of this marriage, Joseph Lewis, born June 11, 1858, who is married and now resides at Washington C. H. He has two children. Another son, Philip E. resides at Washington C. H. and is married. He is the father of four children, and is engaged in the hardware business there.Philip Rothrock was a Presbyterian, and much devoted to his fath. He was a man of generous impulses, intensely patriotic, and had he survived, he would have been a most valuable citizen in any community. His untimely death was much deplored by all who knew him."
Date of Birth from Rothrock Genealogy 2nd Edition by Henry Shirly Rothrock: The date of birth is 1831.
After Phillip's death his wife Rebecca Shaw (1834-1900) married (1872) John Gray, a son of Sarah McKinney Gray (1803-1876) who married Joseph Rothrock 1800-1876)] by her first marriage to Samuel Gray.
|Robert Gray||Ner Rothrock|
NER ROTHROCK, butcher, Franklin, of the firm of Miller & Rothrock, on Fourth street, near Canal, and son of Joseph and Sarah McKinney Rothrock, was born in Adams Co., Ohio, July 23. 1845. He was reared on the farm. In 1860, he went to Cincinnati and learned the trade of house and sign painter; served two and one-half years. July 16. 1863, he enlisted, in Adams County, in Co. B, 2d O. V. H. A., under his brother, Capt. Phillip Rothrock, who was killed at the battle of Cleveland, Tenn., by the premature explosion of a shell. Our subject served twenty-six months, and then, being disabled by typhoid fever, he was discharged, at Camp Chase, Columbus, in September, 1865; he then returned to farming in Adams County, in which he was engaged till 1870, when he went to Macon, Ill., and engaged in painting three years; he then went to Iowa as General Agent of the Iowa Life Insurance Company one year. In 1876, he came to Jersey Settlement and remained two years, one year of which he was engaged in running a threshing machine, and two years in Franklin; he had the first road-propelling machine in this part of the county. July 29, 1881, he opened his present market in company with Mr. Miller, where they keep on hand constantly a choice stock of meats. He was married, in 1866, in Adams Co., Ohio, to Laura B., daughter of Alfred and Mary E. Young, born in Adams County in April, 1848; they have three children—Mary L., Joseph A. and Sylvia.
NER ROTHROCK was born in Adams Co., Ohio, July 23, 1845; was the son of Joseph and Sarah McKinney Rothrock.
He enlisted July 16, 1863, in Adams County, in Co. B, 2nd O.V.H.A. Volunteers, under his brother, Capt. Phillip Rothrock, who was killed at the battle of Cleveland, Tenn., by the premature explosion of a shell. Our subject served twenty-six months; was disabled by typhoid fever, and was discharged at Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio.
Hi Dan..I processed the link for Daniel Longmire...I did not have them in my research tree..so I am hoping this is correct. There is another Daniel Longmire that is linked to him as well Find A Grave Memorial# 46699964. There is no data on that memorial..but I am assuming you researched it and perhaps he had 2 sons named Daniel and one died young. If this is not the case please let me know and I will research it. Have a great day..Sincerely, Wendy
Added by Wendy on Nov 30, 2016 6:46 AM
|Kat||George Washington Rothrock|
I AM NOT REQUIRED TO LINK TO A BURIAL UNKNOWN.
Added by Kat on Nov 25, 2016 11:11 AM
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