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James HANDIBOE, had married his wife a Mary WALSH, and came to America, via CANADA, he built canals along the way and settled in Columbus, OHIO.

Birth:
1808 1
Offlay Co., IRELAND 1
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This is one of the daughter's of DeWitt H. TEEPLE, this is Pearl Evelyn TEEPLE-HANDIBOE, in the 1930 fed census, taken in Washington DC. She was a housewife.
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1850 Michigan fed census, which includes DeWitt H. TEEPLE, and apparently his father, mother brother's and sisters.
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This is the 1900 fed census taken in Washington DC, I think that, this Pearl Evelyn TEEPLE, is the same one that married William HANDIBOE, the father of John DeWitt HANDIBOE, who is the father of William Roy HANDIBOE.
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1910 fed cenuss, taken in Maryland, which has Jacob LITTLE'S named mispelled. This was a "hint" from www.ancestry.com
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This is the father of John Dewitt HANDIBOE & husband of Pearl Evelyn TEEPLE. This is his WWI draft card info. Washington DC.
1969 copy of invitation to wedding
1969 copy of invitation to wedding
March 1969, copy of wedding invitation for William R. HANDIBOE & Lora M. LEWIS, taking place in Takoma Park, Maryland.
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HANDIBOE-LEWIS-ROOTS-just small part thereof 08
This is a small part of my family tree-this show's leading back to John Henry LEWIS, CONFEDERATE-VA.,
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Glen Burnie, Maryland, nearby Marley Creek. this is in Anne Arundel Co., may 2008. Taken by myself.
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William Roy HANDIBOE b. DC. Sept., 2007. Shephardstown, WV. Son of John DeWitt HANDIBOE & Gladys Lavenia STONER-HANDIBOE.
STONER-HANDIBOE-LITTLE-SMITH Price Georges Co., MD
STONER-HANDIBOE-LITTLE-SMITH Price Georges Co., MD
Two SMITH "Twins, married two LITTLE brother's and lived for at least a time in Prince Georges Co., MD- this goes back to late 1800's. GLADYS LAVENIA STONER-HANDIBOE b. June 1919 in Prince Georges co., MD at left with NOT her mother, mayb her mil
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William Roy HANDIBOE, Shenandoah Battlefield, VA. 1969. Son of John Dewitt HANDIBOE & Gladys Lavenia STONER-HANDIBOE. Born DC
William roy HANDIBOE & Howard Irving LEWIS 04-05-08-in MD
William roy HANDIBOE & Howard Irving LEWIS 04-05-08-in MD
This is William Roy HANDIBOE b. DC 1945 with his father-in-law, Howard Irving LEWIS on April, 05, 2008. Marley Neck, Maryland. Anne Arundel Co., MD
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William & his only wife Pearl Evelyn TEEPLE. William was b. Washington DC. Pearl Evelyn TEEPLE'S father was a DeWitt H. TEEPLE, civil-war vet & the first lieutenant of the 9th district POLICE station, Washington DC. abt 1920's.
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William Roy HANDIBOE is among these soldiers, at Ft. BRAGG, NC 1969-71.
Gladys Lavenia STONER-HANDIBOE & a SMITH- PG Co., MD
Gladys Lavenia STONER-HANDIBOE & a SMITH- PG Co., MD
Gladys Lavenia STONER-HANDIBOE & a SMITH or LITTLE in PG Co., MD 1940's
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HANDIBOE's millinary abt 1890's OHIO
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STONER'S & SMITH'S in Maryland 1920's
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abt 1971 Edith STONER & John H. HANDIBOE in MD
Lora Margaret LEWIS-HANDIBOE-with grandmth Margaret LAWLOR abt 1949-DC/MD
Lora Margaret LEWIS-HANDIBOE-with grandmth Margaret LAWLOR abt 1949-DC/MD
Margaret E. LAWLOR, & only Granddaughter abt 1949 DC. Margaret Estella LARMAN-LEWIS-LAWLOR, with only Granddaughter, Lora Margaret LEWIS-HANDIBOE.
Harry LeRoy STONER, in Prince Georges Co., MD 1920's
Harry LeRoy STONER, in Prince Georges Co., MD 1920's
Harry Leroy STONER, here with his only two children, Gladys Lavenia STONER-HANDIBOE b. 1919, and Harry Leroy STONER, Jr., b. MD- all three dec'd. Harry, Jr., dec'd in Lenonardtown, MD a couple of years ago.
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Edith Dorthy "Dot"LITTLE-STONER, her 2 children & husband
STONERS & SMITH'S Prince Georges Co., MD.
STONERS & SMITH'S Prince Georges Co., MD.
STONER'S & SMITH'S PG CO., MD
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4 generations of STONER'S, among them holding the children is Harry Leroy STONER, one of the children is Gladys Lavenia STONER-HANDIBOE, mth of William R-taken in MD- PG-CO, 1920's
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Howard Irving LEWIS & only two children Blake & Lora abt 1950, Washington DC
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Howard Irving LEWIS-one of the inventors of the zip code/with Postmaster General in Washington DC
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Abt 2004 Howard Irving LEWIS & only daughter Lora M. LEWIS-HANDIBOE-in MD

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Birth:
1808 1
Offlay Co., IRELAND 1
Male 1
Burial:
Burial Date: 1858 1
Burial Place: Columbus, OHIO 1
Residence:
Place: CANADA 1
From: unknown 1
To: abt 1833 1
Residence:
Place: Columbus, OHIO 1
From: aft 1832 1
To: Death 1
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Marriage:
Mary Walsh 1
abt 1830 1
Ireland, Columbus, OHIO, Canada. 1
To: 1858 1
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Employment:
Employer: Canal's CANADA & US 2
Position: Canal builder 2
Place: CANADA, US, OHIO, and all the states to get to OHIO 2
End Date: 1830'S? 2

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James HANDIBOE(HANDIBOE< CORRECT SPELLING<), 1st HANDIBOE in AMERICA.

Offlay Co., IRELAND, CANADA, Columbus, OHIO

James married a Mary WALSH, in IRELAND, before coming into the US, via CANADA, he built canals from Canada to the US. He settled in Columbus, OHIO- a pre-potato famine IRISH.  Much of the tracing of the family HANDIBOE'S roots, in the beginning as regards to the first one's in America, came from a Sister Margaret HOFFMAN, OSF, who lives or did live in OHIO.

1850 United States Federal Census
about James Handebaugh Name: James Handebaugh Age: 43 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1807 Birth Place: Ireland Race: White Gender: Male Home in 1850(City,County,State): Columbus Ward 1, Franklin, Ohio Household Members: NameAge Catharine Handebaugh 15 Eliza Handebaugh 18 Ellen Handebaugh 9 James Handebaugh 43 James Handebaugh 0 Jane Handebaugh 3 Lucy Handebaugh 7 Mary Handebaugh 11 Mary Handebaugh 41 Nicholas Handebaugh 13   View
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about Mary Handebaugh Name: Mary Handebaugh Age: 41 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1809 Birth Place: Ireland Race: White Gender: Female Home in 1850(City,County,State): Columbus Ward 1, Franklin, Ohio Household Members: NameAge Catharine Handebaugh 15 Eliza Handebaugh 18 Ellen Handebaugh 9 James Handebaugh 43 James Handebaugh 0 Jane Handebaugh 3 Lucy Handebaugh 7 Mary Handebaugh 11 Mary Handebaugh 41 Nicholas Handebaugh 13   View
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Early Roman Catholic, Columbus, OHIO records should show the HANDIBOE'S 1830's OR plus.

1833-1858

James & Mary WALSH-HANDIBOE, were both IRISH-ROMAN-CATHOLICS. They married in IRELAND.

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