10565Re: Hi Everyone...
- Aug 3, 2007Cynthia's Maiden name was George? Could u give us some other family
member names? Her father, Mother and siblings? Sometimes the names
are so misspelled that its almost impossible to find the family on
the census. But i have found doing a search on just the first name
in a certain State and county will sometimes find the family. So if
u can give me more info i will search some more....Thanks KIM
--- In email@example.com, "Margie"
> I am Margie. I began doing my genealogy in 1975 when everything
> done by snail mail. After a few years I put it away until 1998when I
> got my first computer. I was amazed at the resources on theinternet
> and quickly moved forward on all the lines I was researching.Then my
> computer died and I again put it away for a few years. I havesending
> recently begun again. I am disabled so it has been difficult to do
> library research and because of a fixed low income I cannot afford
> Ancestry. I have been helped tremendously by other researchers and
> have met many relatives. I began copying all that I had and
> it out to, at least one relative in all my lines so that myall
> information would not be lost and hoping they would share it will
> who had any interest.IN
> Some of the lines I am researching are:
> Walter from West Cocalico Twp. Lancaster Co. PA
> Shepler from Rostraver Twp. Westmoreland Co. PA
> Hanley/Handley from VA>Fountain Co. IN 1830
> Jenkins from Preston Co. VA>Warren Co. OH>Fountain Co. IN
> Oostdyk and Wichers and Ulberg from the Netherlands>MI
> One of my brick walls is Cynthia Elizabeth George who was born in
> in 1841 and married 1859 in Vermilion Co. IL and died 1861-1867 inI
> Vermilion Co. IL. I cannot find any George Family in 1860 in
> Vermilion Co. IL and I cannot find her in the 1850 Census' of IN.
> surmise the family George would be located in Fayette Co. IN in1850.
> Another is to identify which Hanley/Handley line my William Hanley
> the 1830 Census Fountain Co. IN is from.
> Thank you for allowing me to join the group.
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