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Photo may be same person and indicates she was born Joann Sitler and married a Wright. Unable to find anybody with that name in Columbiana County, Stark, or...
A photo of George and Mary Sitler (possible twins) found loose in a Sitler family album from Columbiana County and Portage County in Ohio. related to name...
found loose in album with names BULGER MARTIN DAVIDSON. Photo was sent at Christmas and contained a small calender at bottom (gone) so year not known.
Written on back "Allie Martin. Taken on Columbus Day Oct 21, 1892 - she later became the wife of Chas H Davidson and buried in East Liverpool Ohio - Find a...
found in family album Columbiana Ohio - identified names BULGER - MARTIN - DAVIDSON. Baby photo appears to be boy to left with (brother?) If they are...
in photo album found Columbiana Ohio - only identified names in book BULGER - MARTIN - DAVIDSON
related to name BULGER - MARTIN - DAVIDSON from East Liverpool Ohio
Possible brothers- found in an album found in Columbiana Ohio - other surname BULGER, MARTIN, DAVIDSON. May be other photos of same persons in this album,...
Unidentified- found in an album found in Columbiana Ohio - other surname BULGER, MARTIN, DAVIDSON
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Anne Rupert This stone in in Greenlawn Cemetery Mahoning Co Ohio Ada Edith Moore Coy Birth: Nov. 20, 1869 Mahoning County Ohio, USA Death: Jan. 30, 1928 Mahoning County Ohio, USA Married Gleason Coy April 23, 1891 in Mahoning County, Ohio. Children: Frank, Ada Blanche, Bessie, Curtis, Homer, Lavinia, Oliver Randall, Perry H, Cynthia Hazel, Orville Glenn, Ferne. Daughter of Joseph Moore and Magdalene Zimmerman Moore. Ada Edith nee Moore Mrs. Gleason Coy (Ada) Mahoning Dispatch, Canfield, Mahoning Co. OH, Fri, 3 Feb 1928 "Greenford - Feb. 1 – Mrs. Ada Coy, 58, widow of Gleason Coy, died of complications early Monday morning at her home two miles south of Greenford. Deceased, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moore, was born in Green twp., Nov. 20, 1869, and spent her entire life in this vicinity. Surviving are 10 children: Homer, Blanche, Hazel, and Perne at home; Glenn, Curtis, Greenford; Perry Coy of Salem and one brother, J. W. Moore, of North Lima. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Saturday at the home, in charge of Rev. W. J. Kratz of Youngstown. Interment in Greenford Lutheran cemetery.
Apr 09, 2014 · posted to the photo Ada E. Coy gravesite
Anne Rupert This photo has now been sent to a GLENN researcher.
Oct 09, 2012 · posted to the photo Ada Glenn, North Lima, Ohio