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September 26, 2012
Weaver, Switzer, Fretz
the names of my GG grandfather’s parents. My GG grandfather was John C. Weaver
b. 1813 in PA, married Barbara Switzer (Barbara was born in 1818 in Lucas
Fairfield, Richland Co, OH) in 1840 in Richland Co, OH and he died 1899 in
Kirksville, MO. John and Barbara lived near the old Collier farm west of Lisbon
in Allen Twsp, Noble Co, IN. Barbara died in 1859. John eventually remarried to
Nancy Fretz and moved to Missouri.
August 5, 2012
information on Frederick James Vinter 1857-1899 buried in Lakeview Cemetery Plot
as 10. Wife is Emily D Lewis. Any
additional information thankfully accepted for family history research.
Mike Simms, firstname.lastname@example.org
July 31, 2012
Seeking any local information on the family of Finley Beazel (abt. 1828-1885), especially the burial site of son Neil (d. 1890). Also seeking information (especially advertisements/images) on Beazel Bros. harness makers of Ligonier.
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May 1, 2012
Flanery, Krick, Snider
I am looking for information on Peter Flanery d. 1893; John Snider d. 1912, buried in Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Ege; and Emanuel Krick d. 1881 buried Sugar Ridge Cemetery, Allen. All are great-great-grandfathers.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org David Tash 112 Blue Creek Trail, Carbondale, CO 81623
April 23, 2012
I am looking for information and or contact with descendants of Peter Sisterhen who moved to Noble Co, In from Stark Co, Oh, in1863. Remain up 1 year. Thanks, George Sisterhen.
March 12, 2012
January 14, 2012
January 6, 2012
I am searching for information about Leora Poyser, who is buried in Cosperville Cemetery according to Noble County Funeral Home Records. There is no tombstone, but would like to know where to find a record of who bought his burial plot and where it is in the cemetery. This is my husband's grandfather.
September 6, 2011
I am looking for my great uncle, Jack D.Barnes. Parents: Russell and Gladys (Dawson) Barnes, sister Marilee (Barnes) Frey. Jack went to Kendallville High School.
Contact: Hillary Baczynski 260-562-2930 email@example.com
August 22, 2011
My name is John C. Billman
and I was a student at York Center in the 60's and I am interested in getting in
contact with any of my former classmates. I attended York Center from 1959
to 1967 before moving away.
Mrs. Buffenbarger was my 1st grade teacher
Mrs. Edwards was 2nd & 3rd grade
Mr. Lung was 4th & 5th
Mr. Derby was 6th & 7th
Mr. Guthrie was 8th and the principal
April 8, 2011
I wonder if anyone has any information about my father's family? His name was Edward Lynn Becker born 1924 his father was Tim Becker born 1890 and married to Grace Weaver Becker also born 1890. Tim Becker's father was John C Becker from Albion and his father was Johann Peter Wilhelm Becker.
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March 27, 2011
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March 26, 2011
I am seeking to learn more about the branch of my family related to my grandmother, Bess Joy Whetzel. Bess was the daughter, one of 6 children, of Joseph Conrad Whetzel and Gertrude Eckels. Joseph's father, Joseph C and his wife Susanna (Eichling) settled in Noble County in about 1856, coming from Pennsylvania (the Whetzel name is sometimes spelled Wetzel or Whetsel). Gertrude's parents, Valentine Karn Eckels and his wife Sarah Ann (Bronson) came to Noble Co. from Ohio about 1875. Valentine's brother, William also came to Noble Co., as did Sarah's sisters Mary O. Baker and Emma Sherman McInturf. I would welcome hearing from any of the descendants of my Whetzel-Eckels-Bronson families. I believe many of you still reside in Noble and the neighboring counties.
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March 21, 2011
Kirlin - Needham
Would like any information anyone has on Abraham Lincoln Needham from Wolcottville or Edmond Kirlin from Kendallville.
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March 17, 2011
March 5, 2011
February 19, 2011 Contact firstname.lastname@example.org in South Africa or on my mobile at +27
I am looking for Smuts Mel, he was born on 17 Feb 1975, and I believe he is married to a girl called Davies Laura A, Melgaard. Father's name is Smuts Mel and his mother is Debruin Rickie. I would like to make contact with them. I am planning to come and visit the area soon in the U.S. and would want to make contact with this family of mine.
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February 1, 2011
McDonald - Wolfe
January 24, 2011
Hontz, Lepper, McKinney
January 5, 2011
I am looking the marriage of Nancy Ellen Adams [1925-2008].
Contact J Herman:
July 21, 2010
for any information on my great uncle Henry Reyher who lived in Kendallville in
the early 1900's for sure. Also would like information on his brother William
Reyher believed to have resided in the Kendallville area for a time before
moving to Ohio. Also on my Great Grandmother Sara Ann Rebecca Reyher Marti from
the Kendallville area. I also hoping to make contact with "lost"
kin with the surnames of Marti and Reyher, the families for the most part
are/were residing in Noble County, Kendallville, Garrett, Avilla areas from mid
1800's till now.
Fred Harris FJH17@juno.com
June 11, 2010
Walburn Nutter Sherwood Conner Families
for information on John W. Walburn Jr. (died Noble in 1841) & Nancy
Nutter Walburn. Had a son Edward Walburn of Noble Indiana, Married
Elizabeth _(Clelland)_, then Mary Ann Sherwood. Had a son Emmett Andy
Walburn who married Alice Conner. Any information would be helpful.
May 9, 2010
I have noticed the bullitin board gets good results, so I am going to inquire after my Noble County brick walls. Samuel A Creigh husband of Lydia, father of Sarah Jane Creigh who married Edmond Potter. Lydia died in 1855 she is buried in South Milford, where did Samuel go after Lydia's death? Samuel and Lydia moved to Wayne Township from Richland County, Ohio about 1844 does anyone have anymore information on this family? Henry Potter Edmond's father wife Azuba? also moved from Richland County, Ohio. Edmond's biography states he was born in Onondaga, NY. I can't find anything more about this family either. I know Henry died in the early 1860's. I don't know where he and Azuba are buried. I think I found Henry living in Haw Patch on the 1860 census name misspelled as Henry Patten. Could he be buried somewhere over there in Lagrange County? Anyone have any more information on this Potter family?
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