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Saturday, October 16, 2010

For Surname Saturday Woodmansee Family Line

For Surname Saturday I am sharing my Woodmansee Family Name using an Ahnentefel Report.
(1) Grace Zion
(2) Arthur Zion married (3) Muriel Day in 1943. Arthur was son of
(4) Perry Zion who married (5) Alta Hall
(4) Perry Zion son of (8) Jonathan Adam Zion and (9) Rachel Millsap.
(9)Rachel is the daughter of (18)Flavious Millsap and (19) Anne Woodmansee. Rachel was born 19 April 1862 and died 13 May 1945.







Flavious and Anne

(19) Anne Woodmanee born 10 July 1841 in Jackson Indiania. She married (18)Flavious September 1857. Anne passed away 04 July 1904.
(38 ) James White Woodmansee born 13 December 1816. He married (39)Rachel Burrell Hanner 29 October 1835 in Jackson Indiania. James passed away 16 May 1898 in Decatur, Iowa.
(76 ) James White Woodmansee born 07 February 1786 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He married (77) Agnes Hanner 16 May 1805 and passed away 19 May 1847 in Indiania.



James and Agnes
(152) James Woodmansee born 8 August 1766 in Ceder Creek New Jersey. Married about 1785 to (153) Hannah Sheppard. James passed away 5 March 1847 in Butler Ohio.
(304) James Woodmansee born 26 August 1732 in Ceder Creek, New Jersey. He married (305) Hannah Warden Worden 5 October 1758. James passed away 29 January 1818 in Hamilton Ohio.
(608) Thomas Woodmansee born 17 September 1670 in New London, Conn. Married (609 Mary Taylor. Thomas died 22 September 1733 in New Jersey.
(1216) Gabriel Woodmansee born about 1633 in New Jersey and married (1217) Sarah Ricks about 1667. James passed away about 1685.
(2432 ) Thomas Woodmansee born about 1595 Married ( 2433) Margaret Clement and passed away 13 August 1667 in Boston, Massachuetts.
Thanks for stopping by. Hope that you will take a moment and read some more of my sharings. Grace

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - Who's to Blame?

It is Saturday night and Randy Seaver has put up our mission. Join in if you like and link up over at Randy's site http://www.geneamusings.com/2010/10/saturday-night-genealogy-fun-whos-to.html

Your mission, should you decide to accept it is to
:1) Read Brenda Joyce Jerome's post Who or What Do You Blame? on the Western Kentucky Genealogy blog. She asks these questions:* Can you identify person or event that started you on this search for family information? *
Did you pick up researching where a relative had left off? *
Did your interest stem from your child's school project on genealogy? *
If you have been researching many years, it may be hard to pinpoint one reason for this journey
.2) Write your responses on your own blog, in a comment to this blog post, or in a note or comment on Facebook.

1. My interest first started with my Aunt Alice ( Dad's twin sister) visiting us and showing all her charts of relatives. I remember a white window shade and she opened it and had written on it a family tree. Clever idea since they traveled with a motor home and she could easily roll this up. She also shared with us a book on one line. It was full of information and wonderful old pictures
Years later a distant relative wrote a book on my mother's side and my family bought one book to share between the three siblings. I would look at this for hours and all the old family pictures.

I have picked up where these books leave off with the other family lines. The Internet, http://www.ancestry.com/ and even my own blog have helped with my search. Because of this blog a very distant cousin has contacted me and mailed me the information his father gathered over a three year period before he passed away. This was on a line that I had only to my great great grandfather. I now have information and research from Donald Lines Jacobus who was one of America's greatest genealogists linking this line to the Mayflower.

My goal and prayer is to pass this information and love for the hunt of family and the wonderful history behind them to my children and grandchildren and their children.

Thanks for stopping by and take a moment and hop over to Randy's and read other's postings. Grace

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Treasure Chest Thursday ... Old Family Photos


Treasure Chest Thursday - Old Family Photos



The New England Historic Genealogical Society's weekly newsletter includes a survey. This weeks question was regarding how many generations back (starting with parents) do you have photographs, portraits, or other visual images of at least one person in your direct line?

My answer is 3nd great-grandparents. This is one of those things that I never really thought much about but sure am glad I took the time to day to gather this information.

Like most of you, I have pictures of both of my parents and all four of my grandparents.

I also have pictures of all of my 8 great-grandparents and 11 of my 16 gg grandparents and 8 of my 32 great great great grandparents

There are people with more photos but this seems like it might be better than average numbers.

Great Great Grandparents

John Henderson Zion

1831 - 1920

Mary Cassell Zion
1831 - 1919

Flavious Millsap and Anna Woodmanseen Millsap
1832 -1910 1841 -1904

John Henry Coleman and Alta Cheuvront Coleman with children
1839 -1922 1848 - 1937



Dwight Henry Day and Betsy Anderson Day
1829 - 1913 1838 - 1938




Betsy Eddington Lockwood on the far right pictured with her is daughter Carrie grandson William Day and great granddaughter my Aunt Daisy. I have a big picture of this hanging on my bedroom wall.

1842 - 1924



Patrick Gallaher/Gallagher and Joanna Riordan Gallaher/Gallagher
1838 -1898 1833 - 1902


Great great great grandparents

Bella Millsap

1797 - 1885


James White Woodmansee and Rachel Hanner Woodmansee
1817 - 1898 1819 - 1889

Elic ( Alexander ) Coleman and Mary Beiler Coleman

1805 - 1873 1806 - 1884


Lemuel Chevront and Mary ( Polly ) ( Rouse) Chevront

1812 -1896 1813 - 1904



Harriet Carpenter

1811 - 1908

That is what I have found so far of my ancestors thanks to my family, exended family I have found on the internet and thanks to http://www.ancestry.com/ and all those who freely share their photos.

How about you? How far are you able to go back with family photos? Thanks for stopping by... Hope that you will take a moment and look at some of my past postings on my family. Because of this blog I have found new family members.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Almost Wordless Wednesday Daddy Serenading Mama


Wordless Wednesday... Almost never can be totally quiet.
Here is an adorable picture of my parents. This would be mid 1940's somewhere in Texas. Probably in the San Antonio area where they went to Bible College.
Dad ( Arthur Zion ) is singing and playing his guitar for Mama ( Muriel Day Zion).
I think they are adorable. This would be early in their marriage. Before us kids or mama getting Polio.
Thanks for stopping by... Hope that you will check out some of my other Wordless Wednesday postings. Grace
Here are a few to start with...