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66) Richard Swartz  Male
Tavares, FL 32778 Location
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Monday, 14 March 2011 12:56 AM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

I previously uploaded this photo to your website but it is too large for this message. Through a Google search I found your site and the New Memphis Station School. My photo show a Memphis Station School dated 1923.
This photo is in my family collection but I can\'t identify my family connection and I don\'t know if there is a connection to Clinton County, Illinois.
My family mostly migrated from eastern Kentucky to Florida.
Any help would be appreciated.

Frankie Heinzmann Tuesday, 15 March 2011 12:23 AM
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65) Bob Eilermann  Male
Fenton MO Location
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Sunday, 6 February 2011 05:54 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

GREAT website--Does anyone have a picture or memory of a grocery or mercantile store in Aviston on the north side of Third St between Page and Spring. The store was owned by my GG-Grandfather, Henry Marks prior to his death in 1893. Later the store was operated by my G-Grandfather, Anton Eilermann until about 1895 when it was sold to Henry Kortkamp. The building was probably torn down in the 1950's. I would very much like to hear from you
64) Frankie Heinzmann  Male
Universal City, TX Location
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Saturday, 29 January 2011 10:05 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

An "Anonymous" message was left for us with questions about Henry Edward Kohrmann stating he never married and was born September 26, 1881.
Nancy Moss has rechecked the images of the church records for both the baptism and the marriage and found the information we report on to be correct. We show a KOHRMANN, Henry Edward, born 7 Jul 1891, baptized 8 Jul 1891, and Married Emma HOLLENKAMP, 15 Feb 1916.
It is possible there are two different people named Henry Edward Kohrmann. If you wish further information, please contact us.
63) Robert Maddux  Male
Hampton GA Location
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Saturday, 22 January 2011 07:00 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

I love the site, it has been very helpful. I am looking for more information on Fredis (Freedis) Maddux, I know he is buried in the Clark Cemetary (East Fork). He and two others, James and Oliver (Possibly brothers and possibly with a father named Fredis), moved from GA. I need help finding what county in GA they came from. The British burned most records in GA during the war of 1812, so information here is hard to come by.
62) Richard Friend  Male
Minnesota Location
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Monday, 4 October 2010 02:05 AM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

Could you possibly provide me with the Death Record of M.E.Richards? He is listed in Book 1, Vol.1, Page 68, Record 871. He died 10 Apr 1881.
Thank you,
Richard Friend
61) Terry Altepeter  Male
Manchester, MO Location
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Thursday, 30 September 2010 01:31 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

This site has been very helpful in my family research, but if anyone has any additional information on the Altepeter family, I'd appreciate hearing from you.
60) Elizabeth Zenker  Female
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Friday, 17 September 2010 05:38 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

(60) Researching the Huey, Riggs, and Malcolm families from Virginia/Maryland/Pennsylvania to Kentuky/Ohio/Illinois/Indiana/Iowa and other points west.

Descendants of James Malcom (1753-1823) of Hampshire County
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59) gradus zwake  Male
germany Location
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i,am doing some family history work and came upon a bernard zwake. finaly i found him in breese,clinton he was maried with louisa haar wienken and if am not wrong they had a dauchter annie or anna. are there stil zwake's in your touwn our other reletifs? love too here from you
58) Chad Parson  Male
Marion County Location
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Monday, 23 August 2010 03:08 AM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

Fantastic genealogical website! Has other local sites beat by a mile when it comes to information, ease of use, content.

Wondering if anyone floating around here knows much about the early Parsons in Clinton County? Anthony Parson was in the Keyesport, Wheatfield, Irishtown, areas by the 1860's but unable to locate any land records or info.

Willing to share info on the Parsons and Ogles of Clinton County and Pennsylvania if anyone is interested.

Frankie and Dorothy, I just took some photos of the Parsons and Ogles headstones from Yingst and McKendree Chapel Cemeteries. I tried to upload one to the site but didn't work. Best suggestions?

57) Bernie R Johnson 
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Monday, 19 July 2010 08:31 PM Host: Write a comment Send E-mail

My great gradfather and his two brothers served in the 48th from Clinton County.
Benhart Johnson(my grandfather) is buried in Albers and his brother Martin Johnson is buried in the Damiansville. He kept his Dutch name Jansen after the war and is buried as Jansen in the cemetary. The other brother was Theodorous Johnson from Damiansville as well but is not buried here. I have extensive information on all three.
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