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Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter
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  • Wilmington, OH
  • United States
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WWI Veteran Project

A friend shared this project with me and I thought perhaps others would be interested.  They are working on a commemorative memorial for WWI vets and offering a place for people to share their family…Continue

Started Jun 3

Germantown PA Paper Mill Records from 1774 - White, Armstrong, Jacobs
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Any ideas where I look for employment or indentured servant records for paper mills in Germantown Pennsylvania in 1774.  Looking for information for the White, Armstrong, Jacobs families mentioned in…Continue

Tags: Mill, Paper, Germantown, Armstrong

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter Jun 18.

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Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter replied to Kathryn Brannigan Walizer's discussion EVac Hospitals in the group World War 1 and it's people.
"Kathryn,  On behalf of the Miami County Indiana Historical Museum I am volunteering to help find information on the Red Cross nurses from their county that served in WWI.  They are planning a big WWI weekend of events Armistice Day 2018.…"
Jul 31
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter joined Bob Mooney-Pa's group
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World War 1 and it's people.

This group is geared towards our ancestors who served in WW1and their families. No matter what branch of service or country   See More
Jul 11
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter joined GeneJ's group
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Most Wanted! Ancestors Lost and Found

A place to post the information you know about that special, elusive ancestor. Let's deconstruct a few brick walls and repair a broken link or two.
Jun 18
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter replied to Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter's discussion Germantown PA Paper Mill Records from 1774 - White, Armstrong, Jacobs
"What locations were Isabella born in,  lived in and died in?"
Jun 18
Antoinette Marie Rossi replied to Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter's discussion Germantown PA Paper Mill Records from 1774 - White, Armstrong, Jacobs
"I am researching Isabella Jacobs, who was married to Harry Hoagland. There are many google books with information."
Jun 17
Connie Springer left a comment for Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter
"Thank you! Connie"
Jun 8
Connie Springer left a comment for Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter
"My research is primarily geared toward Jewish research since I only had one grandparent who was not Jewish. I've never hired anyone - just try to plow through on my own. Thanks for writing."
Jun 8
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter joined Debbie Anne Jackson's group
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Germany and German Ancestry

This group was created for anyone interested in researching German Ancestry.
Jun 7
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter replied to Doug Maples's discussion need some help connecting a few trees
"What locations are these two individuals located? "
Jun 7
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter posted a discussion

WWI Veteran Project

A friend shared this project with me and I thought perhaps others would be interested.  They are working on a commemorative memorial for WWI vets and offering a place for people to share their family members.  http://www.worldwar1centennial.org/index.php/commemorate/family-tie...See More
Jun 3
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter posted a discussion

Germantown PA Paper Mill Records from 1774 - White, Armstrong, Jacobs

Any ideas where I look for employment or indentured servant records for paper mills in Germantown Pennsylvania in 1774.  Looking for information for the White, Armstrong, Jacobs families mentioned in the following info.  According to the Book:   Historic homes and institutions andgenealogical and personal memoirs of the Lehigh Valley PennsylvaniaBy E. Moore Green, J.W. Jordan, G.T. Ettinger  Sarah Armstrong who married John Jacobs came to this country in 1774 from Ireland after her parents…See More
May 29
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter replied to Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter's discussion Rev George Rairigh Sr in the group My Ancestor was a Preacher
"I removed the identical comment I had placed on the comment wall.  "
May 28
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter added a discussion to the group My Ancestor was a Preacher
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Rev George Rairigh Sr

I put this on the comment wall but wonder if the discussion area is the more correct area to place it.  My mother's maiden name is Rairigh.  I have traced the line back to Rev George Rairigh Sr who was a traveling preacher.  There are other preachers in my lines but I find this one interesting.  …See More
May 28
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter added a discussion to the group U.S. Civil War 1860-1870
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Kansas Militia Company K 10th Regiment

I skimmed through the 32 pages of this group and did not see the question I am going to ask.  So here goes.  I have an ancestor named Samuel S Patton who was in the Civil War - Union - from Indiana.  He was in Company K 155th IND infantry.  I have his Civil War Pension file from NARA and it was extremely informative.  He is not my question.  My question is about his uncle,  also named Samuel S Patton,  but this Sam lived in Kansas.  The Kansas Samuel served in Company K, 10th regiment of the…See More
May 28
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter commented on Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico's blog post Wandering around the Boards, Do you Pin?
"The link feature on the comment box did not work.  The link is https://www.pinterest.com/maryrohrer12/genealogy/ hopefully you can copy and paste it. "
May 28
Mary Ellen Rohrer Dexter commented on Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico's blog post Wandering around the Boards, Do you Pin?
"I use pinterest to save links.  HERE is the link to my genealogy board.   I also have some boards named for surnames.  Sometimes rather than use pinterest I bookmark a site on my browser.   The link you posted in your blog took…"
May 28

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Rohrer, Armstrong, Zelner, Beck, Sheafor, Coolbaugh.
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
United Sates
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Personal interest.

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At 12:36pm on June 8, 2017, Connie Springer said…

Thank you!

Connie

At 5:22am on June 8, 2017, Connie Springer said…

My research is primarily geared toward Jewish research since I only had one grandparent who was not Jewish. I've never hired anyone - just try to plow through on my own. Thanks for writing.

 
 
 

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