Popular Member Spotlights by llighthse, 61-80

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Samuel Morgan LEWIS, was the father of John H. LEWIS.

Source Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA

Created 18 Sep 2007 - 2 views this week (768 total)

This appears to be the father of one of my GGGrandmth's Ella Grace JACK.

Source Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA

Created 19 Sep 2007 - 2 views this week (784 total)

This is one of my Grandfather's, he became an attorney "Own'company

Source Naturalization Index - NY Southern Petitions

Created 19 Sep 2007 - 2 views this week (716 total)

My mother's non-adoptive father Frank WAINIO

Source Naturalizations - CA Southern

Created 19 Sep 2007 - 2 views this week (936 total)

Born Annibrita d'WAINIO, this is my mother, Marie L. ELFERS-LEWIS b. 1921

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Created 19 Sep 2007 - 2 views this week (1,139 total)

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DeWitt H. TEEPLE Union soldier, became first Lt., DC Police Dept., 9th Dis

Source Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index

Created 09 May 2008 - 2 views this week (1,005 total)

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Part of the HANDIBOE-LEWIS-ROOTS, tree I have at www.ancestry.com.

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Created 01 Aug 2008 - 2 views this week (514 total)

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Edward HANDIBOE, a relative of William Roy HANDIBOE-b. DC

Source City Directories - Washington DC

Created 12 Aug 2008 - 2 views this week (414 total)

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My Grandmother, Margaret LARMAN< at birth 01/1900 in DC

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Created 30 Aug 2008 - 2 views this week (446 total)

John H. (Henry) LEWIS, this is one of my GGGrandfather's, who died in DC.

Source Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA

Created 22 Sep 2008 - 2 views this week (372 total)

William N. HANDIBOE, WWI draft card. Father of John Dewitt HANDIBOE.

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Created 22 Sep 2008 - 2 views this week (467 total)

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Henry LARMAN, former UNION solider died Oct 25, 1894. Washington DC.

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Created 30 Sep 2008 - 2 views this week (682 total)

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Albert STOKES and his family in 1930 DC fed census.

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Created 29 Oct 2008 - 2 views this week (570 total)

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Abner STETLER'S death certificate, died at age 90 in PA.

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Created 02 Nov 2008 - 2 views this week (500 total)

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Alvin H. INGALLS, husband of a STETLER or STELLER, or STETTLER.

Source Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index

Created 02 Nov 2008 - 2 views this week (476 total)

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This is apparently John H. (HENRY) LEWIS, who wrote the book, recollections

Source Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA

Created 25 Nov 2008 - 2 views this week (442 total)

George W. BALLENGER, Sr. b. Washington DC. This is the 1850 fed census.

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Created 12 Dec 2008 - 2 views this week (603 total)

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George W. MUCH, b. PA, someone with the same name born in PA.

Source Census - US Federal 1860

Created 14 Dec 2008 - 2 views this week (443 total)

This 1930 fed census, taken in Maryland, includes both STONER & LITTLE.

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Created 31 Dec 2008 - 2 views this week (387 total)

Emanuel O. LITTLE, from 1910 Hyattsville, MD- fed census.

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Created 01 Jan 2009 - 2 views this week (500 total)

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