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John Johnson 15-Aug-2014 22:23
I was in contact with you in the past about genealogy. I tried to contact you through Roots Web. I was informed that I had to be an Ancestry member to contact you. I have important information about the Johnson & Neil family that your not aware of. If you interested contact me.
John Johnson
Guest 22-Jan-2014 22:52
Hi, Nancy. We'd like to use one of these photos in On Wisconsin magazine -- the color one with the students from WMHA celebrating the station's birthday. Do you know who took the photo or how the photo credit should read? Thank you! -- Niki Denison, ndenison@waastaff.com
Leslie Chapman 18-Mar-2013 06:28
Just an FYI I posted the front page news of the death of Otto Sowers on face book. I will try to email you directly if your rootsweb addy is still good. He was a bit of a celebrity in my home town.
Cecile Webster 17-Dec-2012 13:53
Nancy,

I am not a member of Ancestry.com and I have information about the Webster family in CA. Edith McGill married Frank Stanley Webster--my husband's Uncle. If you would like some updated info, please e-mail me at cyw0446@gmail.com

Sincerely, Cecile Webster
artist18-Sep-2012 07:42
Hi ... you are so creative .I like your works so much....I am an artist from Udaipur , India.i paint on canvas, paper etc .. I hope we can be good friends ....

what more can i say .. except keep-smiling ..
www.krishangallery.com
Lonny Sowers 20-Apr-2012 03:07
Looks to be an accurate site
Barbara Jones 18-Oct-2011 00:58
I was excite to find your research on line. I have been research for family history information about John E. and Martha Mae (Evans) Jones. They were married about 1855 in Charleston, Tioga, PA and had a son named John E. Jones in 1856. The family story I have heard and read about is that John died and Martha marred a second man named John Jones and they had sons, Alfred and Rees. Martha was living with her sons in Charleston in 1870. When Martha's mother, Ann Evans, died the Will mentioned Martha with a 3rd husband, David M. Evans. When you were researching the Jones family in Charleston, did learn information about the above family? I would be interested in any information you may have and can share. Thank you for your time and anticipated reply. Barb Jones
jonesbarbj@aol.com
Guest 18-Oct-2011 00:57
I was excite to find your research on line. I have been research for family history information about John E. and Martha Mae (Evans) Jones. They were married about 1855 in Charleston, Tioga, PA and had a son named John E. Jones in 1856. The family story I have heard and read about is that John died and Martha marred a second man named John Jones and they had sons, Alfred and Rees. Martha was living with her sons in Charleston in 1870. When Martha's mother, Ann Evans, died the Will mentioned Martha with a 3rd husband, David M. Evans. When you were researching the Jones family in Charleston, did learn information about the above family? I would be interested in any information you may have and can share. Thank you for your time and anticipated reply. Barb Jones
jonesbarbj@aol.com
Barbara Vitaliano 20-Sep-2011 01:48
Hello
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My name is Barbara Walters Porter Vitaliano, I have pictures of Michael Walters and his family taken in Brookville, Pa. in about 1870 (I think). Let me know if you would like a copy.
Guest 20-Jul-2011 19:26
Looks like William Clyde Nau is (was) as part of your family as he is in ours. Have you been able to locate very much information about him? Thanks, Jerry - hsdeak@aol.com
richard zapala 10-Jun-2011 18:00
Hello Nancy. I am pursuing a Packard to buy and came across your pictures of Big Red. Can you put me in touch with seller? Looks like car is for sale. Thanks. Rich Zapala richard.zapala@accidentfund.com
charlotte 05-Mar-2011 16:15
It was so nice meetingyou, and playing. Hope you got back OK.
We look forward to having your fotos!!
Christi 01-Jan-2011 18:49
I am a descendant of Edward Andrew Roberts and have been working on my genealogy project for some time. The information collected on the Roberts family in RootsWeb has been wonderful. You're welcome to contact me as I have some additional information if you are interested.
Paul 23-Jul-2010 19:42
I like the pictures of your 37 Studebaker. Would like to know how to get the cross-brace out-and-in behind and above the radiator that the support rods attach to from the firewall. I am in the process of putting one back together that was bought in pieces. Any help would be much appretiated. Thanks.
Kathy Young 17-Jun-2010 16:13
I have information for you on Belva Spors Osley and family from Ella Spors line. If you are interested to add to your pages I can e-mail you that info. I have been to your site often and and trying to follow ancestors. Have found that we have a common ancestry with President Grant if I've followed it correctly. It has been fun going back to the Mayflower and into the Plantegent family in England.
Jeff Flogel01-Aug-2009 17:09
Hi Nancy. The Alaska trip was quite an adventure. It challenged my endurance several times. My motorcycle is still sitting where I put it when I got home, waiting for some mechanical repairs I don't have time to do! I have a few other priorities right now. First and foremost it needs a new water pump and rear brakes so maybe I'll start with that and at least get it on the road so that it doesn't deteriorate.
Mallory Smith 20-Jul-2009 17:45
I am interested in learn more about your Daniels. My mother is Wilma Henrietta daniels, descendant of Nelson Daniels brother John. John has a great grandson Jerome "Jerry" Daniels who is still living on Vancouver Island British columbia.

I have more information on Nelson (buried in Arena Cem Arena Iowa Co Wi) died 25 Jul 1896 and his four wives and his children. Also his siblings and their children: Nelson's siblings were Mahala, Wealthy, Ruth, and John Jr. Weathly and Ruth married brothers, Paull, and lived in Ontario co NY. John lived near Nelson and sister Mahala in Stephenson co before Nelson and Mahala moved to Wisconsin. Their mother, Phebe Miller Daniels died in 1863 and is buried near John Jr (d 1858 of TB) in the Howard Union Cem between Durand and Pecatonica in Winnebago Co IL (just over the county line from Stephenson Co.) Mahala's in-laws, Isaac Farwell b 1763 and Prudence Allen b 1768 are also buried in the Howard Union Cem.

Phebe Miller's brother Aaron also lived with them in Stephenson co but I don't know exactly when he died....sometime between 1850 and 1860. Phebe's parents, Aaron Miller and Ruth Ingalls are buried in the Pleasant Street Cem West Rutland Vt. Aaron died in 1813 and Ruth in 1805. When Aaron died, creditors of his estate were directed to present their claims to John Daniels 2nd.

PS: Either Jerry or his brother Barry Daniels runs a website which sells reproductions of their father's paintings on line. Their father was Jasper Mallory Daniels jr (John Daniels Jr (nelson's brother) married Elizabeth Jerusha Mallory and had Henry Brown Daniels and Jasper Mallory Daniels in Hampton Iowa. Elizabeth died of TB in 1891. I have her original daily journal.) Jasper was my mother's brother. He changed his name to Allen Farrell in 1955. (//www.allenfarrell.com/) Two books have been written about his life: Sailing Back in Time and Salt on the Wind.
Carroll Dobransky 02-Mar-2009 01:13
In searching for my deceased grandparents roots the name Margaret Julia Dobransky caught my eye. Margaret was my grandmothers name and Julia her daughters name. The only info have is what little my aunt (Julia) told me when I was a young boy. Grandma Margaret Dobransky and my Grandfather Antone Dobransky migrated here from Poland. He arrived at Ellis Island May 17th 1895. They married and migrated to the Andaconda Butte area of Montana where lived until the mid 1920's Then they moved to Washington State and homesteaded 40 acres in the Wynooche Valley near Montesano, WA. They lost contact with their famlies in PA and CT. I remember my aunt telling me she was named after relatives as was my father Albert. My aunt was born in Ct about 1902. Does anyone have information on Margaret Julia's parents. Neat site and neat family. Thanks CJ.Dobransky
Debbie Armstrong 27-Jan-2009 02:43
Surfed over to your page. My mother was the grandaughter of Oliver Vickerman and Lida Pedley. I spent many a summer in Platteville.
Carol Saldivar 27-Sep-2008 00:35
Jerry, I traced the Bawden link to Edwin/Edward's dtr Elizabeth. Are you the UW Librarian or retired Librarian? I could send you a Bawden manuscript. I love getting fat envelopes.
Carol (Bawden)
Libby Bargerstock-Grimm 27-Nov-2007 07:02
Andrew Carson born ca 1845 in Cowanshannock Twp., Armstrong Co., PA son of John & Isabella Carson. Andrew Carson married Catherine Lavina Bittinger, daughter of John Bittinger & Sarah Schrecengost. John Bittinger married twice: Sarah Schrecengost and then Catherine Jubee Bargerstock Neal. In the obituary of Catherine Jubee Bargerstock Neal Bittinger it states that Mrs. Catherine Carson lived in Echo, Wayne Twp., PA. This was Feb. 1920. Catherine Jubee Bargerstock Neal was the widow of Robert Neal. He died very young and is buried in the Neal Family Cemetery. Catherine Jubee Bargerstock Neal Bittinger is buried in Concord Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Wayne Twp., Armstrong Co.,PA. John Schrecengost is buried with his first wife, Sarah Schrecengost at the Pleasant Union Lutheran Church Cemetery, Cowannshannock Twp., Armstrong Co.,PA.
Libby Bargerstock-Grimm 27-Nov-2007 06:48
Marie Ranger Carson was the daughter of Calvin Ranger. Calvin Ranger a widower married my aunt, Nancy Galbraith Bittinger. She was known as "Nannie". She was the widow of Clyde Bittinger. They lived in Paintertown, Armstrong Co.,Pa. Uncle Cal and Aunt Nannie Ranger lived at Irvine, Warren Co.,PA near the Allegheny River. They are both deceased and are buried in the Ford City Cemetery, Ford City, PA. Marie Ranger Carson lived not to far from my home and I employ the person now living in her home on Rt. 908 West Deer Twp., Allegheny Co.,PA.
Andrew Sowers 26-Aug-2006 05:04
Hi my name is Andrew Phillip Sowers. i would try to find out if i have some other family out there. i dont know much of my family out side my grade pa and aunt and uncles. my dads name is Lonny Sowers and my grandpa was Marion Sowers.
Jeff Flogel27-Feb-2006 05:43
Nancy left an entry in my guestbook today. Yep, I'm the Jeff Flogel from Belmont. How'd you find my page? I enjoyed viewing your galleries. Thanks for sharing. Great to hear from you! Jeff
Doyle Sinclair08-Aug-2005 00:00
Thanks for help in identifying all the cars in my 'Vintage cars' gallery! Check out my 'ugly cars' gallery too.....(more to be added to that gallery soon...)
www.pbase.com/dwstxs/uglycars
Bud Beckman 01-Jul-2005 11:34
Hi, Jerry Daniels and family back there in Platteville! Excellent photographs of Studebakers, family baptism, etc. Congratulations! Sorry I couldn't attend the Beckman Mill event. Too many irons in the fire.

Hope to catch up with you at another event.

Regards, Bud and Karen Beckman
Nancy Daniels09-Apr-2005 20:00
Hi Katie,

Pretty ironic. My name of course is Jerry Daniels (but not a Don and live in WI not OK. My mothers first name was Pearl. Mike is my son. I guess I liked cars rather than cows and horses, although horses are in a field across from our house. I'll site.

Thanks for the comments.
jim pepper 16-Oct-2003 02:18
Nice pictures of the 100th. I watched the parade from 70th and Bluemound. Worked at Summerfest all three days.
Jim
Sarah 02-Apr-2003 06:43
Hi Uncle Jerry!
I enjoyed the pictures of Barbara's tea party/shower! Wish I could have been there.
Thanks for the commentary!
Love- Sarah