Don Short

AncientFaces Member since Apr 25, 2015

About: Originally from Des Moines, Iowa. The SHORT line is my main sir name, but the only incomplete line back to Europe. Andrew Short of Virginia; 1789, is my brick wall. I have over 2000 individuals in my tree! Other names are Hirsch, Tilton, Vogel, Thomas, Brittian, French, Osborne, King, Wheeler,

Researching: Thomas, Short, Osborne, French, King, Wheeler, Tilton, Whitaker, Vogel, Hirsch, Brittian

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Thomas Wesley Short b. 1830 in Ross Co. Ohio. Marrried in 1850 to Susan Brittain and settled down in Greenfield Twsp, Warren Co. Iowa. Had 10 kids and died Dec. 1900 and burried in Bethel Chappel Cem in Clarke Co. Iowa.
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Lawrence Short and his family and Nora Hirsch Short and her mother Hilma Gulbraunson Hirsch and her children at 1101 SW Broad St
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Susan Brittain Short; wife of Thomas Wesley Short born in Indiana. Father was William Brittain b.1811 in Kentucky.
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A soldier in the Short album
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Andy was written by Mrs. Andrew Short! This is the only place that Andy rather than Andrew was written?
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?Dollie Murphy Short?
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Dollie Short wrote Murry (Loot Leggers Grandfather a Cooper)
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Dollie Short wrote above this picture, (Wilfred Schaffer, Elsie's great uncles)
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In the Short Album Mrs. Andrew Short wrote Me & Warty & aunt Dollie
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These are 3 tin types that appear to have been taken at the same time! I have enhanced them for better viewing
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Don Short This is actually my Great Great grandfather Thomas Wesley Short Married to Susan Brittain Short. They had 10 children that survived to adulthood. My Great Grandfather was his fifth son Harmon Brittain Short.
Nov 20, 2013 · posted to the photo Greatgrandfather
Don Short I have no idea!! My dead end is my ggg grandafther Andrew Short b 1789 in VA
Dec 01, 2004 · posted to the photo 3 Tintypes