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Sheila Black (#47197088)
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I am interested in the Headley, Connor, Calvert, Phillips, and Wright. On my husband's side are Webster, Clutter, Moore, Black, and Wild.
I am an RN and worked as a visiting nurse and retired as a school nurse at West Greene Schools, Waynesburg, PA.

Married with 5 children, 14 grandchildren, and 1 great granddaughter and 4 great grandsons.

I was born in Waynesburg, PA and presently live in Washington Co. My mother's family (Headley,Haines,Connor,Calvert) were from Brock, Perry Twp, Greene Co., PA and my father's family (Wright, Phillips, Myers) were from the Wayne Twp. area of Greene Co.
My husband's line is Black, Wilds, Webster, Clutter of Allegheny and Greene Counties.
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Joz
Atherholt
Hi, I am transferring Alice's memorial to you. However, in the next week I will be returning to the cemetery to replace the "bad" photo of the marker. As it's a very large section I photographed in one day, I will need time to locate this one. Thanks, Joz
Added by Joz on Jul 26, 2017 2:05 PM
Joz
Alice Atherholt
Added by Joz on Jul 26, 2017 2:03 PM
Mimi Peters
RE: Conklin
No. I bought the marriage certificate at an estate sale in Chicago. I don't know the name of the man who lived in the house.
Added by Mimi Peters on Apr 17, 2017 11:10 AM
Mimi Peters
RE: conklin
The marriage certificate is in a gold colored frame that seems original to the certificate. Mimi
Added by Mimi Peters on Apr 16, 2017 9:02 PM
Mimi Peters
conklin
I have the marriage licensee for Margaret and Andrew. I live in suburb of Chicago. John Peters
Added by Mimi Peters on Apr 16, 2017 12:08 PM
Hudson Glenn
RE: Dr. George Phillips
Did you know my Grandfather Dr. John H Trotter or his brother Dr. Robert Russell Trotter? Or, my Father In-Law Dr. Edgar F. Heiskell, Jr or his father by the same name?
Added by Hudson Glenn on Jun 22, 2016 11:52 AM
Hudson Glenn
RE: Dr. George Phillips
Sheila, What is your connection to my Great Grandfather G.W. Phillips?
Added by Hudson Glenn on Jun 22, 2016 11:19 AM
Mrs. Grosse
Thank you
Thank you for posting a memorial to my grandmother Winifred Buchanan.

I am her granddaughter.

Added by Mrs. Grosse on Feb 03, 2016 2:50 PM
Brent Smith
Possible Distant Cousin
Sheila,
First off I would like to say thank you for your research that you have done and shared it with everyone on here. I might be a distant cousin of yours through Nancy McGlumphy Wright and I might be related to you through your possible Headley ancestors through Lydia Wright Headley, who was the daughter of Reason and Nancy McGlumphy Wright. I am descended from Anthony Smith and Anthony Thomas Smith of Greene County.
I stumbled upon your memorial that you posted for Paul Wright in Greene County Memorial Park. I recently posted his parents memorials once I identified them. I noted that his headstone is incorrect for his birth year.
I recently was in touch with another Headley cousin. He is passing along to me a book about the Headlee/Headley family of Greene County. I just wanted to introduce myself and see if we were related.

thanks,
Brent Smith
Added by Brent Smith on Aug 10, 2015 9:38 PM
The Ancestor Hunter
Mary Buckingham
Thanks for the added info on Mary and her children.

Your info from Graham-Grimes Genealogy, p.47 has been posted on Mary's bio page.

I was aware of Mary's children that survived to be adults + Samuel but not all of those others that died so young. It must have been a great burden for the parents to face and to have to do so on so many occasions 1866-1873. And, then for Mary to lose Simon in 1873 I can only imagine her feelings.

Added by The Ancestor Hunter on Apr 15, 2015 5:45 PM
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