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Jun 14, 2013 - Lauwagie, Harlan Lauwagie, Florence. Johnson, Bessie Johnson Weninger &. Rose Lauwagie ..... Litzau Kruschke, Adeline Schultz Litzau,. 
Family F1226

In Memory of
Eugenie Betty Hilbmann
May 19, 1936 - February 24, 2017

Hilbmann, Eugenie, Betty, 80, passed away at home surrounded by her loving family on February 24, 2017. She was born in Gladwin, Michigan, where she married Elroy Breault, who spent 20 years in the U.S. Air Force. They had two daughters (Cheryl and Cindy) and moved to Florida in 1973 after Elroy retired from the Air Force. Betty was predeceased by Elroy and married Bill Hilbmann. After marrying Bill, Betty was predeceased by her youngest daughter, Cindy. Betty was a member of the Lutheran Church all her life and was active in the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League and the Messiah Lutheran Church. She is survived by her husband, Bill and a daughter, Cheryl, one granddaughter, three grandsons and five great-grandchildren. A visitation will take place on Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 9:30am with a service to follow at 10:00 am at Messiah Lutheran Church, 14920 Hutchinson Road, Tampa, Florida 33625. Interment at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida at 1:30pm. 
Fanslau, Eugenie Betty (I03731)

John was born in 1795/6 in Eastern Canada, probably Hemmingsford, Quebec where a number of Wilsies had settled. His grandfather Wilhemus Wilsie died there in 1813 and in the census of 1891, his son Roswell stated that his father was born in Quebec. In 1821, he married Anna Raymond from New York in Burford Twp. of Brant Co. Their residence in 1852 was Brant Co. On June 25, 1850,he purchased the north half of lot 22, 10th concession of Burford Twp., which was part of the Clergy Reserves, for 11 shillings and 3 pence. He was the original owner of this property and received the patent on the land on June 25, 1853..

They had 5 children born in this area,with Sarah being born in Chippewa Ont. The "History of Genesee, Lapeer & Tuscola Counties", page 5 states that in 1862, he came to Watertown, Tuscola Co. and purchased 120 acres of land that he improved.The Federal census of 1870 shows John and Anna were living with his son Roswell, his wife Rhoda and 6 children in Watertown Tuscola Michigan, USA. The certificate of the Register of the Land Office of Genifer shows that in 1856, Roswell had purchased 80 acres of public land in Michigan. John and Anna returned to Oxford County Ont.Canada, where he died in 1880 and she in 1892. He was not present in the 1880 Federal census of USA with son Roswell but Anna was living with her daughter Annie Goit in Denmark, Tuscola, Michigan. She must have returned here after John's death in Canada. The informant of his death, was his son William, a labourer living in South Norwich, Oxford, Co., Ont. John's death certificate places his death in South Norwich and his religion is listed as "Friends of Society". There are 3 Quaker cemeteries in Norwich--Milldale, Pine Street and Summerville. It may be that he is buried in one of these in an unmarked grave or has an unreadable headstone..

The 1851 census of Canada East, places him and wife Anna and 5 children in Burford Twp. of Brant Co. The people listed were John W Wilsie age 59; Anna Wilsie(Raymond) aged 49; John Jr. age 15; Sarah aged 22 and Roswell(Anna Raymond's father) age 79; William aged 30 and his wife Nancy(Sherman) aged 22. This was a large sttlement area for Quakers. Though not listed here, he was reported to have another daughter Mary. . 
Wilsie, John Wesley (I15769)

Keith Cronk of Bay City died Wednesday, Oct. 12, at the University hospital, Ann Arbor, after several month's illness. He was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cronk, formerly residents of Gladwin township, where he was born April 11, 1902. Twelve years ago the family moved to Bay City, where they have since resided. Mr. Cronk was 30 years, 6 months and 1 day old and leaves a wife and four children, Geraldine, Walter, Devere and Duane. Also, surviving him are his parents; two brothers, Fred Cronk of Bay City and Roy Cronk of Gladwin; three sisters, Mrs. Henry Bennett and Mrs. Ed Breault of Gladwin and Mrs. James Bleasdale of Detroit. Services were held at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cronk, at 605 Elm street, Bay City, Saturday, Oct. 15, at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. H.K. W. Patterson, followed by burial at Green Ridge cemetery. Relatives and friends from Gladwin who attended the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett and daughter, Maxine, Mrs. Tillie Foor, Mrs Malphus Foor and daughter Stella, Miss Phyllis Bickford, Marshall Cronk, Miss Eleanor Cronk, Mrs. Harry Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cronk, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Breault. From Detroit were Mr. and Mrs. James Bleasdale. Relatives from Saginaw were Mrs. Delilah Smith, Mrs. A. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Linas Frost, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Smith, Mrs. Alma Russell, Mrs. Jessie Leeman and Mrs. Ernest Frost. 
Cronk, Keith (I00539)

KENNEDY, Ruby - It is with great sadness that the family announces the sudden passing of Ruby Irene Kennedy (nee Grant) at the John M. Parrott Centre in Napanee on Saturday, July 28, 2012. She will be lovingly remembered as a wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a longstanding member of the Enterprise Free Methodist Church and the Reidville Women's Institute. Predeceased by her husband Nelson Kennedy. Dear mother of Ronald Kennedy of Enterprise and loving grandmother of Paul Kennedy (Leanne) of Enterprise and Ruth Daly (Mike) of Burlington. Great-grandmother of Kylah (Matthew Jaeger), Cole and Dustin Kennedy and Graeme and Ian Daly. Sister of Lila Lyons (late Adam) of Enterprise, Lois Snider (Lavern) of Oshawa and the late Claude Grant and Doris Sigsworth. The family will receive friends at the HANNAH FUNERAL HOME in Tamworth, on Friday, August 3 from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service at the St. John's Free Methodist Church in Enterprise on Saturday, August 4 at 10:00 a.m. Interment Moscow Cemetery. Memorial donations made to the Lennox and Addington County Hospital would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences at 11609050 
Grant, Ruby Irene (I15017)

Kingston Whig-Standard, 21 Feb 2017, p. D3:

ORMSBEE, William Myles - Peacefully at Kingston General Hospital in his 97th year, William Myles Ormsbee, beloved husband of Marion, brother of Keith, dear father of Myles, Charles (Susan) and Myra (Dan); survived by grandchildren Timothy (Esther), Jennifer and Megan, and much admired great grandchildren Isaiah, Isabelle, Elijah and Micah. A celebration of his life will be held in the Reception Centre of the JAMES REID FUNERAL HOME (Please enter from the rear parking lot) 1900 John Counter Blvd. on Thursday, February 23, 2017 from 3 - 5 p.m. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated. 
Ormsbee, William Myles (I16791)

L S Kyes (Should be Z. S. Kyes -- Zadock S. Kyes)

United States Census, 1870
Name:L S Kyes
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1870
Event Place:Wisconsin, United States
Race (Original):W
Birth Year (Estimated):1833-1834
Page Number:8
L S KyesM36Canada
Susanna KyesF33Scotland
Quintin KyesM15Canada
John KyesM10Wisconsin
Ellen KyesF7Wisconsin
Maggie KyesF3Wisconsin

Household ID: 61 , Line Number: 39 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M593 , GS Film number: 000553236 , Digital Folder Number: 004268813 , Image Number: 00068

Citing this Record
"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 22 March 2015), L S Kyes, Wisconsin, United States; citing p. 8, family 61, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 553,236. 
Family F4714

Lauren 2006-12-16 14:56:46 []

Thomas Miles Thompson's parents are Seth Thompson & Rosannah Asselstine.
Seth Thompson's parents were Alexander Thompson and Elizabeth Carter.
Alexander's parents were William Thompson and Elizabeth Doney.Also, sorry about my email not working... please send me info at the new email address. Thanks so much & sorry for the inconvenience!  
Family F3728

Mary Katherine Holley, nee LaPaugh, 75, beloved wife and best friend for 53 years of the late Kenneth R.; loving mother of Steven (Cheryl) and the late Capt. Robert; cherished grandmother of Elizabeth, Matthew, Steven, David and Adam; devoted daughter of the late Willis and Alice LaPaugh, nee Pelle; dearest sister of Jane (Leonard) Johnson, Shirley (the late Dick) Croucher and the late Natalie (Francis "Bud") Stearns and Willis D. and DeLance LaPaugh.  
La Paugh, Mary Katherine (I16460)

Mary Lizzie Snay
United States Census, 1870
Name:Mary Lizzie Snay
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1870
Event Place:Michigan, United States
Race (Original):W
Birth Year (Estimated):1861-1862
Page Number:5
Franzis SnayM48Canada East
Ruth SnayF39New York
William SnayM17Canada West
Rosana SnayF10Michigan
Mary Lizzie SnayF8Michigan
Franzis SnayM5Michigan
Ann Jane SnayF4Michigan
Netta SnayF2Michigan

Household ID: 32 , Line Number: 10 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M593 , GS Film number: 000552202 , Digital Folder Number: 004273760 , Image Number: 00055

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 2 January 2015), Mary Lizzie Snay in household of Franzis Snay, Michigan, United States; citing p. 5, family 32, NARA microfilm publication M593, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 552,202. 
Family F5367
61 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I06503)

Mildred Klein, 79, of Gladwin, died Monday, Dec. 6. 1993, in the MidMichigan Regional Medical Center in Midland.

She was born Aug. 24, 1914. In Gladwin Township, and had spent her lifetime in Gladwin. She worked at the Gladwin Hospital for 17 years. Mrs. Klein was a member of the Gladwin Free Methodist Church.
The former Mildred Hetherlngton, she was married to Clare Klein Dec. 19, 1936, in PontIac.

Besides her husband, she Is survived by one son, Greg of Gladwln; one daughter, Mrs. Don (Yvonne) Hall of Midland; a son-in-law, Charles Balyeat of Flint; 3 brothers, Carl Hetherlngton of Highland, Donald Hetherlngton of Merrietta, Calif. and Delmar Hetherlngton of Industry, Calif.; 2 sIsters, Nellie Barsuhn of Midland and Eva Gidcumb of Indianapolis, Ind..; 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. She was preceded In death by a daughter, Marjorie Balyeat, 3 brothers, Ed, Roy and Charles and 2 sIsters, Nettle Terbush and Florence Barsuhn.

RItes will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Gladwin Free Methodist Church. The Rev. Robert Marshall
will officiate and burial will be in the McClure Cemetery. Friends may call at the Sisson Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight. Wednesday, an at the church from 10 a.m. to time of service Thursday. Memorials nay be made to the church.
Hetherington, Mildred (I02523)

Mr. John McNeil, aged 76 years, died Tuesday morning after several weeks illness. Mr. McNeil was born near Lansdowne but moved to Belleville forty years ago, where he was engaged with the G. T. Ry. until recently, when hereturned to spend his declining years with his relatives, as his wife had predeceased hime several years. He was a devout Methodist in religion and most kind and generous in all his ways. One, son, Mr. Silas McNeil, Toronto, survives.

Dated April 27, 1912 from The Gananoque Reporter


Mr. Silas McNeil was called from Toronto on Sunday owing to the serious illness to his father, Mr. John McNeil. 
McNeil, John Alexander (I02673)

Mrs. Grizelda Yorke, relict of the late Hosea Yorke and eldest daughter of Mr. Peter Jackson, died very suddenly last week. She was up and able to be out doors on Friday, April 19th, and died on Thursday morning in spite of all that could be done by loving relatives and medical skills. She was born at Villa Nova, county of Simcoe 50 years ago, and with the rest of the family moved to West Williams, where she married Hosea Yorke 33 years ago. She was left a widow in 1886 with a large family to care for but she did her duty nobly. Six sons, Peter, Dan, Neal, Finlay, James and Ernie; and one daughter, Hannah, are left to mourn her death, besides her father, mother, three brothers, James Jackson, of South Bend, Ind., and John and Finlay, of Parkhill; and two sisters, Mrs. John Yorke and Mrs. Jabez East. Deceased was a consistent member of the Baptist church. The funeral took place on Friday and was largely attended by sorrowing relatives and friends. Rev. Mr. Hunter conducted service at the family residence and was assisted at the grave by Rev. John Holmes, pastor of the Methodist church. The bereaved have the sympathy of the community in their affliction.
Jackson, Grizelda (I13586)

Mrs. Jennie Wilcox Taken by Death

Jennie May Wilcox, 89 of 7426 Deanville, Rd., Brown City died, Sunday June 25 in Lapeer County General Hospital after a short illness.

She was born April 20, 1889, in Burnside Township. She married Clarence Wilcox Dec. 19, 1909, in Brown City. She is survived by her husband; five daughters, Mrs. Lesa North, Mrs. Ariel Thom, Mrs. Wilma North, and Mrs. Ruth Bowers, all of Brown City and Mrs. Iva Dempsey, Oxford; five sons, Graham Wilcox, Marquette; Wilson Wilcox, Marlette; Reid, Forrest and William Wilcox all of Brown City; 51 grandchildren; 105 great grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren.

A son, Allison, died on Dec. of 1977. Services were held Tuesday, June 27 in Carman Funeral Home, Brown City. Hwnry and Tom Eicher officiated. Burial was in Burnside Township Cemetery. Pallbearers were Mrs. Wilcox’s grandsons. 
Kyes, Jennie May (I12981)

Mrs. Kathryn Wright

Mrs. Fredrick A. (Kathryn S.) Wright, 52, 1931 Syringa Drive, died Friday morning in Kootenai Memorial Hospital after a one-month illiness.

Mrs. Wright was a member of the Congregational Church at Kellogg. A native of Coeur d' Alene, she was born April 14, 1921. She married Frederick A. Wright, Jr. Jan. 20, 1945, at Coeur d' Alene. They resided at Kellogg from 1948 until 1967 when they returned to Coeur d' Alene.

Survinving alone with her husband are a son and daughter-in-law, at home; her mother, Mrs. Lulu Hill of Silverton; and a granddaughter, Betty Wright of Denver.

The funeral will be at 10 am Monday in English Funeral Chapel with Father John Morgan officiating. Burial will be in Forest Cemetery.


WRIGHT, Mrs. Fredrick (Kathryn S.), 52. Home at 1931 Syringa Drive. Died May 4 in Kootenai Memorial Hospital. Funeral 10 am Monday in English Funeral Chapel with Father John Morgan officiating. Burial will be in Forest Cemetery. 
Hill, Kathryn Shirley (I06228)

Mrs. Laura M. Hyde

A resident of Brockville, Mrs. Laura May Hyde, 52; widow of Donald C. Hyde, died unexpectedly Nov. 9, at Brockville General Hospital. Mrs. Hyde was the former Laura Kyes, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kyes, formerly of Gananoque, presently of Brockville. Born on the homestead known as Kyes’ Corners, five miles east of Gananoque, on No. 2 Highway, she was educated at Wilstead, at Gananoque High School and at Brockville Business College. On Nov. 20, 1943, she was married to Donald C. Hyde, who predeceased her on Nov. 9, 1953, exactly three years before her death.

Besides her parents, she is survived by three brothers, Edmund, of Lansdowne; Ford of Welland; and Harold of Gananoque, and a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Hyde resided in Brockville for 13 years, her home being on the Kingston road just west of that town. Funeral was held Monday, Nov. 12 from Johnston Funeral Home, Brockville, where service was conducted by Rev. Dr. Dean K. Burns of Wall Street United Church. Interment was in the family plot in Oakland cemetery. Pallbearers were Lionel Tweedale, Herman Turner, Harry Davies, Walter Cross, Albert Harper and Donald Smith. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Welland, Gananoque, Lansdowne, Toronto, Pembroke, Paris, Barrie, Seeley’s Bay and Stayner.

Kyes, Laura May (I15739)

MURRAY (SLY) YORKE — Dorothy Nettie. Mother was born April 22, 1923 and died on April 22, 1979. [...] -Lloyd and Sue and family, (Gail, deceased) and family, Nancy, Pamela and Mike and daughters, Jeanette and Steven and daughter, Cindy and Wayne and family.  
Sly, Dorothy Nettie (I11591)
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16833)

Need to follow-up on this....( from JamySomerville)

Easter Rising

As told by Paul Toner:

She lived with her 5 sibllings/kids in an annex of The Globe Hotel, a cousin's hotel in Talbot Street (it's no longer there). Gran (Shelia) remembered being evacuated from it during the Easter Rising in 1916. She'd have only been about 5 and a half years old. The hotel was only about 100 yards from O'Connelll Street where the Republicas set up their headquarters and which was bombarded by a British gunboat from the River Liffey. \\


England & Wales, Death Index: 1984-2005
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NameSheila Margaret M Harte
Death Age89
Birth Date6 Aug 1911
Registration DateDec 2000
Registration districtReading
Inferred CountyBerkshire
Register NumberD6B
District and Subdistrict3201D
Household Members
Sheila Margaret M Harte

Fremantle, Western Australia, Passenger Lists, 1897-1963

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NameMrs S Harte
Departure PlaceFremantle, Western Australia, Australia
Arrival Date25 Jul 1963
Arrival PlaceSydney, Australia

Ireland, Civil Registration Marriages Index, 1845-1958
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NameSheila Symes
Date of Registration1931 - Jan-Feb-Mar[1931]
Registration districtDublin South, Ireland
Page number384
FHL Film Number101576
Household Members

Agnes Maguire
Thomas Leonard
Margaret Frances Bowman
William Harte
Mary Mulvey
William Anthony Downes
Sheila Symes
Michael Towers 
Symes, Sheila Margaret M (I16612)

Obituary: Rock County, Wisconsin: Sarah A. PEEBLES

Submitted by Ruth Ann Montgomery, (> May 2005

The death of Mrs. Peebles occurred at 3:30 yesterday morning at her home on Second street. For the past two years she had been in failing health, in fact ever since she returned two years ago last August from Seattle, Wash., where she had been caring for her brother before his death. She has been at all times, most patient, never becoming despondent, and looking ahead to better health, when she would be able to carry out many long cherished plans.

Her maiden name was Sarah A. Kyes. She was born in Theresa, Jefferson county, New York, October 12, 1844. when she was ten years of age her family moved to Wisconsin and settled on the farm three miles south of Evansville. April 8, 1866 she was married to Edwin M. Peebles. At the same time, her brother, Myron Kyes, was married to Miss Diana E. Peebles. The double wedding took place in Brodhead.

Mr. and Mrs. Peebles made their home on a farm in the town of Albany, Green county, until Mr. Peebles’ death 22 years ago. Mrs. Peelbes has made her home in Evansville for the past seventeen years. The funeral will be held at the home tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at two o’clock, the service in charge of Mr. D. Quincy Grabill. The interment will be in Maple Hill cemetery.

Mrs. Peebles leaves three brothers, Myron and Jason Kyes of Evansville and Ason of Ogden, Utah, and one sister, Mrs. E. C. Patterson of Toledo, Iowa, together with many friends to mourn her loss.

November 5, 1914, Evansville Review, p. 1, col. 5, Evansville, Wisconsin
Family F5590

Oscar E. Hill, Water Co. Head Here, Succumbs

Oscar E. Hill, 62, manager of the Idaho Water Co. here and Coeur' d'Alene resident for 54 years, died yesterday afternoon at a Spokane hospital. He had been ill for several months.

Mr. Hill had been water company manager here since the company purchased the water plant from the Washington Water Power Co. late in 1950. For a number of years he had been water division superintendent for the WWP and prior to 1929 when that company came to Coeur d'Alene had been with the Connsumers Co., the predecessor company.

A native of Staples, Minn., Mr. Hill came to Coeur d'Alene in 1903. He served with the army during World War I, was a member of the Lutheran church, and served as exalted ruler of Elks Lodge No. 1254 in 1937-38.

Survivors are his widow, the former Lulu Peck whom he married in 1920, at the family home, 1141 Third street; a daughter, Mrs. Kathryn Wright, Kellogg; two grandchildren, Bobby and Lee Wright, Kellogg; a brother, Simon Hill, Coeur d'Alene; and three sisters, Mrs. Emma Peterson, Cutbank, Mont., Mrs. Ed Good, International Falls, Minn.; and Mrs. Alma Eaton, Boston, Mass.

Funeral services will be Monday at 1:30 o'clock from the English Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Richard Rodning will officiate and buiral will be in Forest cemetery.


United States Census, 1930 for Oscar E Hill

name: Oscar E Hill
event: Census
event date: 1930
event place: Coeur d'Alene, Kootenai, Idaho
gender: Male
age: 35
marital status: Married
race: White
birthplace: Minnesota
estimated birth year: 1895
relationship to head of household: Head
father's birthplace: Sweden
mother's birthplace: Sweden
Household Gender Age
Oscar E Hill M 35
spouse Lulu M Hill F 35
child Kathryn Hill F 8

Hill, Oscar Emil (I06216)

POWLEY, Victor C.

At home in Kingston, on Monday, August 8, 1994, Victor Powley, in his 87th year, beloved husband of Hilda Knowlton, dear brother of Mabel Moon, Deseronto; Roy and his wife Mary, Niagara Falls; Kenneth and his wife Alice, Odessa; Reginald and his wife Dixie, Vennachar; Rita and her husband Herbert Kellar, Newburgh; the late Fred and his widow Lorraine, Deseronto; and the late George and his widow Stella, Sydenham; also survived by several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends at the Robert J. Reid and Sons Funeral Home, 309 Johnson Street, (at Barrie) on Tuesday evening from 7-9 p.m. Funeral Service in "The Chapel on the Corner" on Wednesday, August 10, at 1:30 p.m. interment Cataraqui Cemetery. As expressions of sympathy memorial donations to the Canadian Red Cross Society would be appreciated by the family. 
Powley, Victor Calvin (I15202)
74 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11359)

Raymond Graaf
United States Social Security Death Index
Given NameRaymond
Birth Date16 Jul 1898
Last Place of ResidenceHennepin, Minnesota
Previous Residence Postal Code55364
Event DateOct 1977

Raymond Dayton Graaf
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Birth: Jul. 16, 1898
Death: Oct. 8, 1977

Lakewood Cemetery
Hennepin County
Minnesota, USA
Plot: Section 36 Lot 61 Grave 7

Created by: Steve Carlson
Record added: Jan 04, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 122774810 
Graaf, Raymond Dayton Sr. (I07343)

Re: Edward McCumber and Sally Card
Kevin (View posts) Posted: 24 Mar 2003 10:59PM
From Ancestry board

Classification: Query Edited: 24 Jun 2003 12:38AM
Surnames: McCumber, Card

Hi Sandra,

Edward and Sally had the following children. All dates are
approximate, based on the 1861, 1871, or 1881 census. Spellings are
also based on census reports and can thus be suspect.

Amantha b.1843
Syntha b.1845
Thomas b.1847 (suspect this to be Thomas Sherman)
Female b.1849 (couldn't read census, name begins with La)
Rilley b.1851 (female)
William b.1854 (my ancestor)
Eli b.1857
Reuben b.1863

Hope this helps.

Kevin McCumber
Elk Grove, CA
Family F3801

RE: Riemenschneider Family Tree

Bee Engelhart (

Thanks, Julie. Thanks for the complete report. My son was amazed at how large an extended family he has.

I’ve found through my own family history research that ship manifests get a lot wrong especially when departures were from a foreign port where the clerks spoke a different language and had a different alphabet. Old German script is pretty to look at but hard to decipher and Russian is even harder.

Saw the entry for Henry in 1882 but didn’t know at the time that Katherine was Anna Katherine. The ages line up so that must be them. I’m wondering if Henry Carl was adopted or perhaps a nephew or perhaps since he was age 20 had a commitment like the army or an apprenticeship or maybe he didn’t want to leave Germany at the time. Maybe there is a record of a Henry Carl or Carl coming sometime before 1989 – the year he marries Julia?

Saw your note about Heinr Riemenschneider coming from Prussia in 1881. I don’t think that’s him because that Heinr comes from Prussia which is a long way from Hesse and he’s a Hendrich not a Heinrich.

We see on your document that Henry LaVern had two sons so if either Dan or Dave had a son, it’s entirely up to them to continue the family name. It’s pretty remarkable that it comes down to them because there are so many descendants of Henry A.

Enjoy the cold if you can.

Thanks again and regards,
Barbara (Bee) Engelhart
Mark’s wife.

Bee Engelhart (


dont have any docs. my interest in the riemenschneider history isn't that great. my cousin and i have been working on our history to pass on to our children. i knew somethig had been done for the riemschniders and also that Marilyn Lyon Sluyk has something on Minnie Ervins family. Thought I should collect it all for my son. I entered the into a private on line tree but the tree gets so large that i thinkwhat youve developed is better. We live near Telegraph and Lone Pine in Bllomfield Twp so very close to you. Sally Ann's oldest daughter Carey is getting married in March. she's 35 and the wedding is in North Carolina so Sally' pretty busy with that right now.

it would be nice to include her if we meet but we could he waiting a few months for that?

I'm retired so lots of free time so pretty flexible.

Saffron, Barbara Elizabeth (I01247)

Rose Limnell Franz
April 1, 1914 - June 30, 2006

A graveside service for Rose Limnell Franz, 92, of Coos Bay, will be held at 2pm on Thursday, July 6, at Ocean View Memory Gardens, 1525 Ocean Blvd., in Coos Bay.

Rose was born April 1, 1914, in Eastside, t he daughter of Sylvester and Effie (Leaton) McGriff. She died June 30, 2006, in Coos Bay. She had lived in the Marshfield/Coos Bay area all of her life and attended schools in Eatside, Coos River and Marshfield. She married John V. Limnell in 1933. He preceded her in death in 1969. She married Richard Franz in 1980. Rose was a loving wife and mother, a homemaker and a life member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She loved to travel and had spent several winters in their RV in Mexico, where she collected seashells along the beaches of the Sea of Cortez. She had designed and made beautiful picture shadow boxes. While living at Daniels Creek an dMillington, Rose enjoyed her little gardens. she dearly loved all the members of her family.

Rose is survived by her husband, Richard Franz of Coos Bay; stepdaughters, Janice Parker and husband Keith, of Coos Bay, Cheryl Williams of North Bend; stepgrandchildren, Jeff Parker and Kim Craig of North Bend, and Michael and Jesse Peterson of Springfield; brothers, Alvin McGriff of Tigard and Melvin McGriff and his wife, Winnifred, of Coos Bay; and many nieces and nephews and their children.

She was preceded in death by her parents, stepdaughter, Debbie Peterson; and three brothers, Russell, Floyd and Royal McGriff. The family suggests memorial contributions to South coast Hospice, 1620 Thompson Road, Coos Bay, OR 97420. Arrangements are under the direction of Nelson's Bay Area Mortuary, 267-4216

McGriff, Rose Irene (I09783)

Russell Earl McGriff
At his request no services will be held for Russell Earl McGriff, 92, of Coos Bay.
Mr. McGriff was born Dec. 23, 1904, in Lansing, Mich. He died Dec. 13. 1997, in Coos Bay of age-related causes.

Mr. McGriff came to Coos Bay by train with his family when he was 11 years old. He lived most of his life in Eastside. He worked as a log dump operator for many years and also as a logger. He worked his farm out on Old Wagon Road. He was married to Audrey Sumer on Dec. 18, 1925, in Eastside. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, a member of the Potters House. Mr. McGriff is survived by his daughter, Della Comstock of Corvallis; son and daughter-in-law, Sally and Ernest Edwards of Fairbanks, Alaska; brothers Malvin McGriff of Coos Bay, and Alvin McGriff of Portland; sister, Rose Frans of Coos Bay; and 11 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Audrey, in 1977; and special companion of 18 years, Arlene Erickson in October of 1997.

Arrangements are under the direction of Nelson's Bay Area Mortuary, 267-4216.

McGriff, Russell Earl (I09779)

Suddenly at Elgin Mills, Toronto on Friday, March 30, 1962 William Henry Drew, beloved husband of the late Goldie G. Sanborn and dear father of Jack of Elgin Mills, Toronto; brother of Clarence of Kingston; Boyce of Chatham, Ontario; Mrs. M. Smith (Helena) of Kingston; and Mrs. Percy Milliken, of Sharbot Lake. Resting at the Robert B. Cullen Funeral Home, 529 Palace Road, for service on Tuesday, April 3 at 2 p.m. Rev. Ronald Vatcher officiating. Interment Cataraqui Cemetery.

[Source: Scrapbook of Mrs. Jennie Benn, Long Lake]  
Drew, William Henry (I13026)

Sweden, Indexed Birth Records, 1859-1943

Name:Johan Oskar Eklöf
Gender:Man (Male)
Birth Date:21 apr 1871
Spouse:Augusta Antoinetta Karlsdotter
Child:Oskar Axel Konrad
Page Number:0/0 
Family F2817

Sweden, Indexed Marriage Records, 1860-1943

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Name:Karl Johan Liljengren
Gender:Man (Male)
Birth Date:2 maj 1861 (2 May 1861)
Marriage Date:9 sep 1882
Marriage Place:Vinnerstads, Östergötland, Sverige (Sweden)
Spouse:Ulrika Fredrika Gustafva 
Liljengren-Wisen, Karl Johan Anderson (I06892)
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THE LATE MRS. JOHN MAGEE - Margaret Elizabeth Lawson, beloved wife of John Magee, passed away at her home in South Fredericksburgh on March the 29th . The daughter of the late James Lawson and his wife, Mary Ann Melville, Mrs. Magee was born on a farm adjoining the one on which she spent her married life. In her early childhood her parents moved to Petrolia where her father was in business for some years until their return to Napanee. She was married to John Magee on September 3rd 1889, theirs being the first marriage in the U.E. L. Church at Dorland. Mrs. Magee leaves to mourn her loss, one sister, Mrs. D. S. Cowan, of Petrolia; an aunt, Mrs. R. J. McKee of Los Angeles; her husband, one son, Bert, of Sillsville, and six daughters, the Misses Hattie and Margaret, at home, Mrs. H. M. Hough (Harold Merton Hough) of Sillsville; Mrs. Floyd Vannest, of Hawley, Mrs. F. B. Wright and Mrs. William Henwood of Conway. Mrs. Magee was much respected and beloved in the community. She was a woman of ready wit and youthful spirit, which kept her young in heart and mind to the last. Due to the proximity of the Union Church the ministers, both Anglican and Methodist, were the frequent recipients of her broad-minded hospitality. She was a woman of deep religious convictions and strove to impress them upon her family. Her passing has left a great gap in the family circle. The funeral service was held in the U.E.L. Church, Dorland, from which she was carried to the cemetery, and laid to rest beside her father.
Lawson, Margaret Elizabeth (I10106)

Thomas (Tommy) Raymond Lynch, Jr., of Mayville, MI passed away Thursday, January 2, 2014 at United Hospice Service of Marlette, MI, with his family at his side. Thomas was born October 14, 1950 to Thomas and Alice (Dost) Lynch Sr. in Caro, MI. He attended St. Paul Lutheran Church. Tom was a volunteer at Tuscola County's PIC program where he cleaned churches and worked at the share shop. Thomas enjoyed music, riding his bike, listening to the radio, visiting with family and friends, fishing, camping, and traveling with mom and dad. He is survived by his mother, Alice of Mayville, sister, Penny Wallace and (Bill Bornor,) two brothers, Kenneth (Karen) Lynch, and Perry Lynch of Mayville, nieces and nephews, Melanie Wallace, Sean Sanford, Amanda Wallace, Christen and Jason KoenigsKnecht, Brian (Bekah) Lynch and Benjamin Lynch, great nieces and nephews, Ava, Carter, Hudson and Griffin. Tom was preceded in death by his father, Thomas Sr. Funeral services will be 11 AM Saturday, January 4, 2014 at the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Mayville, MI, with Pastor Terry Balogh officiating. The family will receive visitors 3-8 PM Friday, January 3, 2014 at the Avram Funeral Home in Mayville, MI. and from 10 AM until time of service Saturday, January 4, 2014 at the church. Internment will take place at Fremont Township Cemetery Memorial contributions may be made to United Hospice of Marlette, MI. Friends may share an on-line condolence at Arrangements by Avram Funeral Home, 6028 Lincoln St., P.O. Box 130 Telephone 989-843-5441.  
Lynch, Thomas Raymond Jr. (I00056)

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8 Sep
Gladwin, Gladwin, Michigan, USA
1 Source
Age: 10
Maple Valley, Sanilac, Michigan, USA
Marital Status: Single; Relation to Head of House: Daughter
2 Sources
Marriage to Floyd Ottise Thierry
8 Sep
Age: 19
Windsor, Essex, Ontario, Canada
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Age: 20
Detroit Ward 17, Wayne, Michigan, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife
1 Source
Age: 22
Detroit, Michigan, USA
1 Source
Age: 30
Detroit Ward 15, Wayne, Michigan, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife
1 Source
Divorce from Floyd Ottise Thierry
25 Apr
Age: 36
Wayne County, Michigan, USA
28 Apr
Age: 36
Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, USA
Marriage to Edward McKenna
28 Apr
Age: 36
Lucas County, Ohio, USA
1 Source
Age: 37
Detroit, Michigan, USA
1 Source
Age: 40
Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, USA
Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head of House: Wife
Marriage to Raymond Ashiel Kyes
2 Jan
Age: 51
Wood County, Ohio, USA
Age: 52
Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, USA
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John Henry Ross
1863 – 1944

Mary Wiseman
1868 – 1953

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Floyd Ottise Thierry
1884 – 1938


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Edward McKenna
1884 – 1941

John E McKenna
1919 –

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Raymond Ashiel Kyes
1891 – 1974

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Ross, Emma Jane "Jennie" (I00705)
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Troy James Knowlton
Saginaw, Michigan

Passed away suddenly, Saturday, March 1, 2014. Age 52 years.

He was born March 6, 1961, the son of Sandra Lee (Robinson) and James Walter Knowlton, in Saginaw, Michigan. He was a graduate of Eisenhower High School. He married Margaret Ella Bardoni, January 23, 1980. She survives him. He was employed by Conley's Detective and Security Agency. Troy attended Holy Spirit Catholic Church, was a member of the Brothers of Kosciuszko Club, an avid hunter, fisherman, camper and outdoorsman.
Surviving besides his wife, Margaret, and parents, Sandra and James, are a son, a daughter and their spouses, Christopher Allen and Amanda Knowlton; Mashell Nichole and Michael Searle; seven grandchildren, Autumn and Zachary Knowlton; Cheyanne and Gavin Searle; Kendall Knowlton; Serenity Searle; Blake Hopkins; a brother and sister-in-law, Tracy Allen and Mary Knowlton; a sister, Teri Webb; 2 nieces and 2 nephews, Whitney and Justin Knowlton; Aubrey and Justin Webb; his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Mary and John Bardoni; a sister-in-law, Patricia Bardoni. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Lucille Knowlton, Walter Knowlton and Dorothy Goodman.

The funeral service will take place at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, March 6, 2014, at the W. L. Case and Co. Funeral Directors, 4480 Mackinaw Rd. Friends may call at the Chapel from 3:00-9:00 p.m. Wednesday. Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider the American Heart Assoc.
Knowlton, Troy James (I02551)

Vanest-Steinkraus Wedding Held Saturday

A very pretty wedding was solomnized Saturday afternoon, June 27, at 2 o'clock, at the Free Methodist church when Miss Nelllie Vanest became the bride of Ewald Steinkraus, Rev. Charles H. Woods reading the rites.

The bridal party took their places to the strains of the wedding march played by Warren Kays. Mrs. Ella Woods and Mrs. Eva Bolin san "I Love You Truly" and "Eden". The bride entered the church on the arm of her father. Miss Freieda Steinkraus, sister of the groom and Miss Olive Lucas were bridesmaids. Wellington Vanest, brother of the bride, and Henry Will were best men. The altar was banked with palms, ferns and flowers for the occasion.

The bride was attractively gowned in a white satin gown, fashioned in long graceful lines with a white veil. She carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and white baby breath. Miss Steinkraus wore a gown of yellow organza over taffeta and carried yellow roses. Miss Lucas wore a gown of park organdie and carried pink roses.

The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Vanest and the groom, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Steinkraus. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the Vanest home.

Guests from out-of-town were: Mr. and Mrs. F.E. Anderson and son Fern, Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf and son, George, all of Youngstown, Ohio; Henry Rumminger, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Lutes, Miss Olive Lucas, Wellington Vanest, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steinkraus, all of Detroit; Mrs. Henry Card, Romonia and June Card of Flint; Mrs. Harold Altman of Midland.

Mr. and Mrs. Steinkraus will make their home in Detroit at 21848 Piper Boulevard. 
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VANNEST - In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Vivian, who went home to be with her Lord 25 years ago, February 24, 1984. Though her smile is gone forever, And her hands we cannot touch. Still we have so many memories, Of the one we love so much. Her memory is our keepsake, With which we’ll never part, God has her in His keeping, We have her in our hearts. - Always loved and remembered by Raymond, Jean, Maurice & Edie and family.

Vannest, Vivian Grace (I00549)

Veley Family
FromKathryn Adams canadiankat46@hotmail.comhide details

Hi Julie,

I composed this message to a woman named Fran that was making a comment on the genealogy site in regards to the Veley family. I was trying to use the email address that she had posted under her name but it came back to me as a failed email delivery. I was wondering if you had her info and could pass this email onto her as I'm hoping that she would have some info for me. I have also made a suggestion on the genealogy site, I'm not sure if you have access to that or not?

Thank you so much
Kathy Wood Adams

This is the original message to Fran:

Hi Fran,

My name is Kathy Wood Adams, my father was Gary Fenwick Wood. My grandfather was Oliver Veley he was actually my fathers foster father, he and Minnie Elizabeth (nee Cronk) Veley raised my father from age 5 in 1941 upward to my fathers leaving home at the age of 16 to join the Canadian Forces. I have been searching for information for years to try to locate my father (Gary Fenwick Wood) blood relatives as I have no information what so ever. I noticed on the genealogy site that you had mentioned that Oliver was your Uncle. Even though Oliver was my dad's foster father I knew him as my Grampa and my father always called him dad. I was wondering if you had ever met my dad or knew of him? Any information that you might be able to pass on would be so greatly appreciated. The last time that I had seen your Uncle Oliver (my grampa) was in 1972 in the nursing home that he was residing in. I remember visiting Aunt Martha at her home in Napanee. How are you related to the Veley's Fran?  
Veley, Oliver (I04590)


The rural community of Wilstead is situated about five miles east of Gananoque and straddles Highway #2.

During its years of growth the passing of the time saw the establishment of a church, a school, a store, two blacksmith shops, a post office, a cheese factory and a cemetery.

One of the first settlers in the area was Oliver Landon, a U.E. Loyalist from Litchfield, Connecticut, who settled in the township as early as 1787,

Another early settler was Asahel Kyes, Mrs. Alexander McNeil, whose maiden name was Abigail Kyes, was born on 1802. When she was in her 97th year she recalled her experiences in the early days: “I remember that we lived in the woods. We worked hard to extend our clearing. Wolves and other animals were very troublesome, the wolves particularly, as they killed sheep and calves. They even killed a cow which my husband brought from Lower Canada. When the grain was ripening in the summer, my brothers and I spent the day from early morning till dark driving off the blackbirds and pegeons to save the crop.

“We didn’t have many household articles, mostly just what we could make ourselves. We didn’t have carpets, curtains, stoves, or crockery. Dishes were scarce in those days, and there weren’t many knives or forks.”

“We had to raise what food we had, but we would have wild animals and birds of course, Maple sugar was all we had for sweetening.”

“We made our clothing from our own flax and wool which we carded, spun and wove ourselves. We made candles and soap. When the fire went out, we had to start a new one with a flint and steel.”

“My father had one horse, Not everybody had a horse. When we needed flour or meal, I was put on the horse with a bag of wheat or corn or rye across the neck in front of me, and I road along eight miles to the nearest mill at Escott. There were six miles of woods to go through, without a living soul.

“During the War of 1812 soldiers and others passed along the road, billeting themselves wherever it suited their convenience, frequently taking all the provisions on the premises”.

My family and I have grown with the country. We have gradually acquired the comforts and conveniences of improved conditions. I think people were just as happy and contented then as now. We enjoyed life just as much because we didn’t know any other. But if the old settlers could be brought back and put into today’s homes, they would be bewildered and depressed. And if our fathers and mothers were put back in the old style they would be helpless and wretched.”

Mrs. NcNeil died in November of 1901 at the age of 99 years and five months.

There were other early settlers of the area too. James Halstead located on the bay which bears his name. He was soon followed by Harvey Stratton, John Croos ?, William Sturdivant, Thomas Howland, and George Cook. All these old settlers lived to see great changes as unbroken wilderness was changed to a thickly populated township.

Another old Wilstead family were Edward and Barbara McCrone. Hugh McCronk was born at Loams, Ayrshire, Scotland on August 4th, 1812. He learned the at the blacksmith trade at Huslford, and on January 31st, 1843 he was married to Janet Hutcheson. He left Scotland in 1848 for Gananoque, and bought land at McCrone’s Corners upon his arrival here. He built a blacksmith shop. In 1849 Robert Wilson, who married a sister of Mrs. McCrone’s came out and bought part of the land from Mr. McCrone. The two of them worked at blacksmithing and became noted for the excellence of their work, particularly for the iron ploughs they made. They also made and sold many lumber wagons. Both worked hard, and in time became quite wealthy. In 1855 Mr. McCrone built the stone house on the hill behind the shop, and lived there fourteen years. In 1869 he sold out his property at the Corners and moved to Gananoque. He died in 1890.

(Note to story above....The mill she mentions travelling to at Escott belonged to Henry Trickey who was married to her mother's sister Elizabeth Mosher. There really was very little in between the two places. She would have had to pass through Oliver Landon's little settlement (where her future husband also lived) but beyond that there might have been maybe a couple of houses. Most of the land in the township belonged to absentee landowners and was undeveloped for a long time.

(Alan Lindsay)

Subject: Re: Guild/Lambert website
Date: 9/4/2008 6:05:55 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
Reply To:

Julie, Will see if I can help you on these.
1. Abigail Kyes 14 June 1802- 20 Nov 1901 mar. Alexander McNeil 26. Feb. 1806-29 Sept. 1871.
John Alexander mar. Sarah Ann Trickey
Abraham mar. Margaret Landon
Sarah Ann
Wallace mar. Elizabeth Landon
Bruce mar. Mary Ann Blythe
Wm Henry mar. Agnes Jane Crea
Margaret mar. ? Sheppard (would like to know more on this one)
Mary Jane unmarried
Abigail mar. Adam Beatty
2. I don't recognize the name Laurie Abigail.
3. This is a big one. Hope when I get it finished I hope it makes sense.
Daniel Landon and Oliver Landon were brothers but Oliver was young enough to be Daniel's son.
Daniel had a daughter Caroline who married Henry Plumb. They came to Canada with several of their children. Daniel also came. Supposedly he walked from the area around Albany NY to lived with another dau. Sarah Baldwin who was living in Lansdowne. Daniel appears on the census of 1813. Sarah Baldwin and Caroline Plumb were about the same age as their uncle Oliver Landon.
Of Henry and Caroline Plumb's children:
Parney married Timothy Guild
Patience (Patty) married Erastus Landon son of Oliver Landon. Some histories say he was Augustus Landon but that is incorrect.
Augustus Plumb mar. Anna Huntley
Festus Plumb mar. Martha Huntley (more about these Huntleys later) Augustus and Festus both lived on farms later owned by my Landon family. They went to WI but Anna is buried in Lansdowne Cem.

Of Oliver and Aner Landon's Children:
Erastus mar. Patience Plumb (see above)
William Henry mar. Thankful ? their son Charles (my gt-gt-grandfather) mar. Eleanor Yates
Simcoe Landon mar. Mary Kyes
Joseph Landon mar. Elizabeth?-their dau. Anna mar. Henry Kyes
The two Landon women Elizabeth and Margaret who married Abigail McNeil's sons in question 1 were granddaughters of either William Henry or Oliver Jr. Their father was William and there is some question as to which of these two sons of Oliver Sr he belonged to. I favour Wm Henry as Oliver Jr. did not have any sons on the census of 1805 and this William was born before that.

Asahel Kyes mar. Sarah Mosher
Their children:
Ephriam mar. Esther Friermouth (yours)
Thomas Marshall mar. Eliza Dockham
John mar. Weighty Huntley (sister of Martha and Anna who married the Plumb men)
Henry Kyes mar. Anna Landon d/o Joseph (above)
Elizabeth mar. Perry Kenyon (ancestors of Diane O'keefe on the Guild site)
Abigail mar. Alexander McNeil
Mary mar. Simcoe Landon (above)

Sarah Mosher Kyes then mar. ca. 1819 Thomas Yates
Eleanor Yates mar. Charles Landon (above) she would be a half sister to all the Kyes children.

Charles Landon and Anna Landon would be nephew and niece of Simcoe Landon. Simcoe and their fathers William Henry and Joseph Landon would be 1st cousins of Parney Plumb's mother Caroline Landon.

Wow. I hope this makes sense. Let me know if there is anything that is screwed up. I made 3 trees to try to figure it all out and am never sure I got it right. These people all lived within about 2 miles of each other and it explains why they all intermarried.

I don't have anything on Mrs. Joseph Moxley. On the census of 1911 they are living in Marquette area of Manitoba. Joseph, Janet A., and sons Roswell Harry and Carman. In 1901 Roswell is 8 and Carman is 6. There is no one in that family now that would know anything about them that I can think of. The daughters of her sister Bertha Kyes are long gone and I don't know of any of the children that would be of any help. I think I told you I would check to see if there was an obit in the Gananoque paper. I must get my act together and get down to Gananoque. There are reels of the paper here in Kingston but no index. Good excuse to go to Gananoque at any rate.

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2008 1:57 PM
Subject: Guild/Lambert website

Hello Alan, I have a questions for you.

1) Did Abigail Kyes marry to John McNeil????? (I show John Alexander McNeil as a son of Alexander McNeil and Abigail Kyes)

2) Is Laurie Abigail the same person as in Abigail Kyes????

3) How does Parney Plumb Guild relate to the Kyes / Yates family (related to the Landons)

4) Do you have anything on Mrs. Joseph Moxley who married Jennie A. Kyes

Thanks, please send along any notes you have the on Kyes family, especially any obituary clippings.

Julie Batzloff


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