Resource for a one-name study
- Hi Pauline,
Are you also doing a one-name study on MERRICK?
If so, you will find some good information on the Merrick surname at
I saw some obits for MERRICK for Pennsylvania but they looked recent.
--- In email@example.com, "trailberner"
> MERRICK - THORPE - EGE - MCMANN - DOYLE6/19/1903
> I've painstakingly put together the following family tree of
> MERRICK's who lived in Philadelphia. Any additions, corrections or
> comments greatly appreciated.
> William Merrick
> b ?
> d between 1859 and 1876
> m before 1856 to Elizabeth -?- (maybe THORPE)
> Elizabeth b Sept 1835, buried 2/27/1902 Mount Peace cemetery
> Known children:
> George, b May 1856/57, m Mary -?- No known children
> Genevieve, b Dec 1857, m Asher EGE, who was buried 12/3/1891 Mount
> Peace cemetery. No known children.
> Harry T. b Dec. 1859, m Prudence -?- (maybe MCMANN), buried
> in Mount Peace cemetery. Prudence buried 6/23/1892 in Mount Peace.in
> Children of Harry T. & Prudence Merrick:
> Harry Wm, b 9/22/1889, m Ada WING, d 5/21/1947 in Mendon, MA. Was
> New York City prior to 1916.Pantages
> Genevieve, b Nov 1886, m -?- DOYLE, was living in Hiawatha, NJ in
> 1947, worked for telephone company in New York city.
> Harry Wm & Ada WING Merrick were vaudeville perfomers on the
> circuit, billed as "Holly & Lee". They had one son, Hallet Thorpe
> Merrick, who was my father-in-law. With so few offspring in this
> family tree, I'm probably the only person researching it.
> If you have any tie-ins with the THORPE, MCMANN, DOYLE OR EGE
> families, I would like to exchange information with you. (WING
> family is well-researched.)
> Pauline Merrick
- hey that address works for any surname just substitute YOUR surname after the # sign
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