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1. Re: [OHGREENE] A long walk need help Can you [1]
Virginia, Need help Can you get a copy of an Obit for me? My Aunt just died Sunday night. Her name Evelyn R. (Skippy) Dewine It is soppose to be in the Xenia News Paper. Sur would appreciate it. Thanks Bonnie in Southern Ca. In a message dated 1/9/2008 5:07:32 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, Nvmullins@aol.com writes: Hi Sue, Have you checked the mortality lists? Virginia **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?
2. Re: [OHGREENE] A long walk [1]
In NW Ohio around Toledo, my GGG Grandfather Phillip Cripliver had to walk to Wapakoneta to register his land. I dont know far it is but he did it. Actually the indians ran all over from all over or from one area to another. Nance Holland Ohio **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
3. Re: [OHGREENE] Samuel Moore marries Rachel Ewing, Greene Co., Ohio 1816 [1]
I know about brick walls. This could be a chipped-brick rather than a breakthrough. And realize this is a totally different state . . . but . . . did you know that a number of the early Greene Co, OH, families came from the Shenandoah Valley, VA? I won't say 'together', but comparing the Censuses is interesting to see so many of those surnames duplicated. Many are from the Zion-Pine Church south of Woodstock. A small crossroads further west from there was named Moore's Store, of the Moor
4. [OHGREENE] Moore-Ewing families Early 1800's [1]
Hello Listers, I have just joined this forum, and like all members have a need for help. Up to now I have concentrated my search in Clermont co. where farm acreage was purchased in 1826. Samuel Moore and Rachel Ewing were married in Greene co in 1816, so I'm hoping that someone may have information to share on and these families, the marriage, and that I might through this learn Samuel's parents names. Rachel was the daughter of John and Margaret Townsley Ewing, born in Gettysburg, Pa. in 1793. I'm assuming
5. Re: [OHGREENE] A long walk [1]
Susan McConnell wrote: >My best guess is that they went N or NW from Greene Co to the >National Road, then headed west? > > You might try following US 35 til it meets US 40 at the Ohio-Indiana line, east of Richmond, Indiana. It is an extremely old "road", probably originally an Indian path.
6. Re: [OHGREENE] A long walk [1]
I have, and I think the problem may be the 'early date'. It's not terribly early, like in the 1820's, but the mid-1850's pre-dates many of the earliest entries by 20 years. I'd hoped an early cemetery reading coupled with a sexton's report might catch her. On Jan 9, 2008, at 7:06 PM, Nvmullins@aol.com wrote: > Hi Sue, > Have you checked the mortality lists? > Virginia
7. [OHGREENE] A long walk [1]
About 1854, if a family were going to move to Logan Co, IL, from Greene Co, OH, using a Conestoga wagon . . . and walking all the way . . . is there a general route they would have taken? (The wagon and the walking are of family lore, one on the kids who made the trip groused about the same for the next 60 years.) My best guess is that they went N or NW from Greene Co to the National Road, then headed west? I'm trying to find out what happened to their 6 year old daughter who was on the 1850
8. [OHGREENE] Bellbrook mid-1800 Catholic Churches [1]
Does anyone know what church Irish Catholics in Bellbrook (Surgar Creek Twp) would have attended during 1855 to 1880, and if they have marriage records from back then? Rick Wilson New York, NY rwilson7@aol.com ________________________________________________________________________ More new features than ever. Check out the new AOL Mail ! - http://webmail.aol.com
9. Re: [OHGREENE] Moore-Ewing families Early 1800's [1]
Jim Moore Curious if you have Willard Jennings Moore, 1931-2002, in your line. Art Hughes Columbus, Ohio USA Visit www.wvaanne.com Art's List of Family Connections, WV Rt 87 Genealogy in Jackson and Mason Counties, WV ----- Original Message ---- From: jim moore To: ohgreene@rootsweb.com Sent: Wednesday, January 9, 2008 10:15:30 PM Subject: [OHGREENE] Moore-Ewing families Early 1800's Hello Listers, I have jus
10. Re: [OHGREENE] A long walk [1]
Thanks, I'll pull up my favorite mapserver.maptech.com and tap-it-out. (Using a topo map source may seem a bit obsessive but the landforms and creeks and rivers can be very telling, along with the 'Cem' dots.) Sue On Jan 9, 2008, at 8:57 PM, Ann Newsom wrote: > You might try following US 35 til it meets US 40 at the Ohio-Indiana > line, east of Richmond, Indiana. It is an extremely old "road", > probably originally an Indian path.
11. Re: [OHGREENE] Slusher [1]
Sam Slusher 1543 Hite Rd. Jamestown, OH 45335 On Jan 10, 2008 1:03 PM, Ann Newsom wrote: > I am looking for Slusher descendants from the area of Jamestown. I have > family photos that need to go to this family. > > Please reply directly to me at anewsom@gcfn.org > > Thank you > Ann > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > OHGREENE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the > quotes in the subject and the body of t
12. Re: [OHGREENE] A long walk [1]
We had some people go from Greene Co Ohio to Logan Co IL also. They seem to have been in Wells Co Indiana along the way. Can you tell from the 1855 state census for Logan Co, if this girl was still living? Unfortunately it was done like the early federal, only the head of household is named. http://www.rootsweb.com/~illogan/1855census.htm Also note that what you see is not all there is. At the bottom, under the columns, are township and range categories, which, if clicked on, bring up entirely diffe
13. [OHGREENE] Genealogy Chat [1]
Here is the best genealogy chat on the internet. These people do really care to help anyone with their genealogy research. You should try it, I think you will agree that all genealogy chats should be like this one. The people are willing to do look ups for others. They hold weekly chats on specific genealogy topics and they even have weekly genealogy trivia games. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genealogylookup/chatroom.html If you would like to view their weekly/daily chats, go to the page belo
14. Re: [OHGREENE] A long walk [1]
Hi Sue, Have you checked the mortality lists? Virginia **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
15. [OHGREENE] Ann Elizabeth Ridenour [1]
I am looking for a burial for Ann Elizabeth Ridenour b 6 Jun 1823 Washington co., MD. She may have died in 1839. Her parents may have been Daniel and Elizabeth Brewer Ridenour and they went to Beaver Creek twp, Greene co., OH about 1830 and went and stayed in Iowa the fall of 1843. Any help on this is more than welcome! Thank you for your time. Jacie T.
16. [OHGREENE] Samuel Moore marries Rachel Ewing, Greene Co., Ohio 1816 [1]
Hello Listers, Recently through the help of a rootsweb member and Clan Ewing I've been able to add information about my 2nd great grandmother Rachel, who lived around Yellow Springs. My main brick wall still remains however. Samuel Moore, I assume was living in the same area, but I have no idea who his father and mother were or from where they originated. To date everything seems to point to New Jersey. If anyone can help in this quest, I'd certainly be in their dept. Regards, Jim Moore, in Columbus, Ohio
17. [OHGREENE] Marriage of Samuel Moore and Rachel Ewing Greene co 1816 [1]
Hello, I'd appreciate any leads/information on subject marriage. We know the wedding was in Greene co., and believe the town was Yellow Springs. Date was 11 Oct., 1816. Looking for info on parents of Samuel and possibly from where they came. Rachel's were John and Margaret Townsley Ewing. They came from York/Adams co, Pa. Rachel was born there in 1793. Thank you very much. Jim Moore _________________________________________________________________ Helping your favorite cause is as easy as instant mes
18. Re: [OHGREENE] Bellbrook mid-1800 Catholic Churches [1]
St. Brigid Church in Xenia **************Biggest Grammy Award surprises of all time on AOL Music. (http://music.aol.com/grammys/pictures/never-won-a-grammy?NCID=aolcmp003000000025 48)
19. Re: [OHGREENE] Samuel Moore marries Rachel Ewing, Greene Co., Ohio 1816 [1]
Oops, I confused your Yellow Springs, Greene Co, OH, with my Yellowhead Twp, Kankakee Co, IL. But the cemetery-theory still works, sometimes. Sue > . . . for Yellowhead Twp
20. [OHGREENE] Slusher [1]
I am looking for Slusher descendants from the area of Jamestown. I have family photos that need to go to this family. Please reply directly to me at anewsom@gcfn.org Thank you Ann
21. [OHGREENE] Check out Welcome to the Xenia Daily Gazette 937-372-4444 [1]
_Click here: Welcome to the Xenia Daily Gazette 937-372-4444_ (http://www.xeniagazette.com/) local newspaper, if anybody's interested. **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
22. Re: [OHGREENE] The lost daughter [1]
With a lot of help from A.T. and many e-mail's, I think I've found the lost Ellen Blessing. Basically, she wasn't 'lost', children #6 and #7, Frances Ellen Blessing and Ellen Blessing just got 'confused'. The first confusion was by the 1850 US Census-taker in Green, OH. He listed Frances as a female, but spells it 'Francis, f.' and Ellen as another daughter, 'Ellen, f." We suspect that he heard the names 'Frances Ellen' and assumed there were two daughters, so her middle name Ellen became a
23. Re: [OHGREENE] Moore-Ewing families Early 1800's [1]
Art, Sorry, no. If you want, you can reach me at 888-1080 Regards, Jim Moore > Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 14:20:21 -0800> From: pro4art@yahoo.com> To: ohgreene@rootsweb.com> Subject: Re: [OHGREENE] Moore-Ewing families Early 1800's> > Jim Moore> Curious if you have Willard Jennings Moore, 1931-2002, in your line.> > Art Hughes Columbus, Ohio USA > > Visit www.wvaanne.com Art's List of Family Connections, WV Rt 87> Genealogy in Jackson and Mason Counties, WV> > > > > > ----- Original Message ----> From: jim m
24. Re: [OHGREENE-L] German Reformed Church [1]
David Winters was also associated with and named for "David's Church" in Van Buren Township, Montgomery Co, OH. There are 6 generations of my family buried in the cemetery adjoining the church. Joy in Santa Clara, CA (Researching SIMPSON, BARNES, KOHL,& RIDENOUR) ------------------------ From: "Baumgardner,Eric(WORK)" Subject: Re: [OHGREENE-L] German Reformed Church Date: Tue, 9 May 2000 11:25:12 -0400 To: OHGREENE-L@rootsweb.com Thanks, the one I'm looking for, ther
25. Re: [OHGREENE-L] Samuel Knight [1]
I too lost several relatives out of one family living in southern Indiana in 1847/1848 of an epidemic disease which I took to be either flu or measles.

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