Posted Queries for April 2006
- Surnames: KEILMAN, KEULMAN
Researcher: Andy Petenbrink
Date posted: Sunday, April 23, 2006
Trying locate information on Christina KEULMAN listed as KEILMAN in the 1850 Census for Allegany Couty. Her husband Conrad apparently died after arriving in Baltimore on July 13, 1844.
- Surnames: ATHEY, CRABTREE, RAWLINGS
Researcher: Patsy R. Edwards
Date posted: Wednesday, April 26, 2006
I am searching for documents for Baltzer CRABTREE b.cira 1797 Allegany Co. d, circa 1839 Allegany Co. m. Mary ATHEY circa 1818 and his son, John Lewis CRABTREE b. 12 Feb 1828 Allegany Co. d. Texas m. Rebecca Rawlings- Allegany Co. d. Texas. I need proof of linage.
- Surnames: WILLIAMS
Researcher: Donald A. Jones
Date posted: Sunday, April 30, 2006
I have a Jane WILLIAMS and a Henry WILLIAMS who came from Wales in 1869. There children stayed in Frostburg and lived at 2 different house one at 133 Maple and the last one was 209 Maple St.Their children seemed to have stayed at this address and it showed in the 1930 census. In fact it appears that they were all single. All I could find out is that Lillian died in 1970 but i can not find any newspaper article or any other information. Any help would be appreciate
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