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Henry Lingo son of William was born 1749 in Sussex Cty, Delaware, and died
November 09, 1835 in Milton Twsp, Trumbull City,Ohio He was married to Rebecca
Notes for Henry Lingo
Private in Continental Line, 8th Pennsylvania Regiment 1783
More about Henry Lingo
Fact 1: December 1776, living in Westmoreland City, Pennsylvania.Signed deed
to De Land
Fact 2: 1776-1783, Fought in Revolutionary War in PA Contenental
Fact 3: March 07, 1796, Purchased 100 acres near Stewartsville, Belmont Cty,
Fact 4: Oct> 13, 1800, sold Belmont land to Robert Bell for $500.00
Fact 5: 1802-1803, Belmont Cty Ohio taxpayer; owned land on McMahons Creek
Fact 6: 1802, Grand Jury member, Belmont Cty Ohio
Fact 7: 1810 Trumbull Cty Ohio taxpayer, 100 acres Warren Twsp
Fact 8: 1820 Census Milton Ywsp, Trumbull Cty Ohio
Fact 9: 1830 Census Milton Twsp, Trumbull Cty, Ohio
Fact 10: 1835, Revolutionary War Pension application,Trumbull Cty, Ohio
Fact 11 1835, Buried: Princetown, Milton Twsp, Mahoning Cty Ohio
Chidren of Henry Lingo and Rebecca are:
Susan lingo,m Robert McKensie
Allen Lingo,b. 1795;d Palmyra, Portage Cty,Ohio
Jseph Lingo,b;1798,Pennsylvania;d, March 1874, Mahoning Cty, Ohio
Samuel Lingo, b; July 01,1800, Belmont Cty, Ohio,d Oct, 08, 1841, Trumbull
Robert M. Lingo,b;1802,Belmont Cty,Ohio
John Lingo: b: 1805 Trumbull Cty,Ohio
Henry Lingo,JR, b: 1807,Trumbull Cty,Ohio
Hamilton Lingo, b: April 08,1810,Trumbull Cty, Ohio
Eleanor Lingo, m John McKim Dec 11, 1810 Trumbull Cty Ohio
Robert M Lingo married Margaret Depew
Almira Lingo b; abt 1828,Ohio
Alonzo P. Lingo b,1836, Trumbull Cty,,,,,,,,,,,d;1903 Owosso, Shiawassee
County, Michigan. m: Sarah Elizabeth Young
Julia Ann Lingo,b; Sept. 29: 1837, Ohio: m.Luther sawtelle
Satira J. Lingo, b.abt 1840,Ohio
Sarah Elizabeth Lingo b;abt 1843
Robert J. Lingo, b. 1860, Ohio
Alonzo and Sarah were my Great Grandparents, they had twins who died, and
Jay Fredrick Lingo who m. Augusta Pequignot
They had 5 children, and my dad was one of them Eugene August Lingo
We do not know anything about
Almira, Satira,,,,,,, or the Elizabeth listed here.
Unless my great Grandmother Sarah lived with them, as her parents we know
nothing about, she was born in New York.
Henry came from De and his Father was William.
I am on oxygen all the time, so don't get out to Family History centers,
matter of fact don't get out at all in the winter except to go to the dr,
guess we all may that in common.
Just thought I would summit some of my family, maybe someone knows of them.
Good Luck to All
May God Always Bless You,
The court records are kept at the County Court House and I think that is
without exception. You could well be in trouble in Tennessee or any other
southern state in that many of the court houses were burned during the Civil
War. A lot of the records were moved for safekeeping and never returned.
That is true of the records in southern Arkansas. They moved the records to
Texas and they never came back.
I wish I could be of more help but I fear the records are gone forever if
they are not in the court house.
Good luck with the book. Getting a book published is not all that easy and
I will testify to that.
Author of: Watson Is Where It Wuz
Nice to hear from you !
There is a wonderful chat room Diane at "Depression Alliance"
http://www.depressionalliance.org/Contents/chat.htm there are great people
in the room, very supportive
My name is Paul, Im agoraphobic with panic disorder with a nearly life long
interest in Genealogy , this of course makes it difficult to go and do
research so tend to rely a lot on others research and IGI and searching the
Always nice to realise that there is life out there in cyber space just as
real and 3 d as me
Hope we all keep in touch
"In Germany, the Nazis first came for the Communists, and I didn't speak
up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I
didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for the trade
unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then
they came for the Catholics, but I didn't speak up because I was a
Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left
to speak up for me."
- Martin Niemoeller, Berlin Lutheran pastor
----- Original Message -----
From: Diane Singleton <tincie(a)usit.net>
Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 2:35 PM
Subject: Re: [DISABLED-GENIES-L] No messages
> Since I'm the newby here, I'll introduce myself. I'm Diane from the
> Cumberland Mountains in Tennessee. I've been disabled since 94 with
> fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue and recently found out I have mycoplasmal
> infection (micro-organism in the blood cells). My computer is my link to
> society, sanity, support, you name it. I'm looking forward to meeting the
> rest of you. Maybe you can share some secrets with me....how to avoid
> feeling isolated, how to avoid depression, etc
> Diane Singleton
> At 05:55 PM 2/27/01 +0000, you wrote:
> >Hi ... I'm still here too ...
> >Lizzie LOVE ... in snowy Taddington, Debyshire, UK
> > >I haven't seen any messages in ages. Am I still connected?
> > >Marina in Friendswood, Texas
> > >
I am here too. I joined the list a while ago, but never saw anything and
wondered whether the list was defunct. I am glad to see it is not. I am
Susan, in southern California-wet and rainy-liquid sunshine the past week.
Both my hubby and I are disabled. He has had three strokes and I was injured
at work. I have been doing genealogicial research and have traced back my
maternal side-grandmothers's family back to the late 1700's--no such luck
with the rest--they are proving to be quite elusive :)
I have also been advocating for my husband with the insurance-ie medi-gap
that he has, and I am learning how to deal with the bureaucrats and red tape.
I am thinking of doing some advocating for other seniors who are in similar
positions. Thus far, what medicare and medigap insurance cover as far as his
meds go seems to be the biggest problem.
Anyway, if I can be of some help in genealogical research or in advocating
for yourself or someone close to you, let me know. I would be happy to share
what little knowledge I do have in either of these subjects.
It's really nice to meet you Zoey. When they were trying to diagnose me,
they kept doing lupus tests, so they must have some of the same symptoms.
It'll be nice to have someone to talk to who understands me. I've gotten to
the point that I almost try to avoid "normal" people. :-(
At 11:18 AM 2/28/01 -0600, you wrote:
>Don't feel alone. I have been disabled since 1997 with lupus and my
>computer is my link society, support, sanity and you name it. I think
>fibromyalgia and lupus are alike in many circumstances. Maybe we can help
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Diane Singleton <tincie(a)usit.net>
>Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2001 8:35 AM
>Subject: Re: [DISABLED-GENIES-L] No messages
> > Since I'm the newby here, I'll introduce myself. I'm Diane from the
> > Cumberland Mountains in Tennessee. I've been disabled since 94 with
> > fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue and recently found out I have mycoplasmal
> > infection (micro-organism in the blood cells). My computer is my link to
> > society, sanity, support, you name it. I'm looking forward to meeting the
> > rest of you. Maybe you can share some secrets with me....how to avoid
> > feeling isolated, how to avoid depression, etc
> > Regards,
> > Diane Singleton
> > At 05:55 PM 2/27/01 +0000, you wrote:
> > >Hi ... I'm still here too ...
> > >
> > >Lizzie LOVE ... in snowy Taddington, Debyshire, UK
> > >
> > > >I haven't seen any messages in ages. Am I still connected?
> > > >Marina in Friendswood, Texas
> > > >
Well, I am so glad to know there's somebody out there. No traffic on this
list for ages.
I am looking for some advice, and this is the best place to find it -----
I'm going home (to England) for a visit in June. I'm wheelchair bound, with
MS and the last time I went I was still walking, so I've got to chart some
new waters with this trip.
First, I'll go in to Gatwick. Last time I hired a car, picked it up at
Gatwick (or was it Heathrow?) and drove out of the City at 5 pm. Bad idea.
I believe that you can get transport from Gatwick out of the City to the
rental place and pick up your car. Thereby saving a harrowing drive in
London traffic. Can anybody tell me the particulars of this possibility.
(In case you're wondering, I'm getting a car with hand controls. Gutsy,
Second question, we will stay at B&Bs (no family to stay with) and I have a
B&B book which lists a few accessible homes, but not many. Anybody have any
suggestions along this line? We'll stay in London long enough to do the
London sightseeing, then go out from there.
I miss all the informative chatter we used to have on here.
Thanks for any suggestions.
Marina in Friendswood, Texas
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Since I'm the newby here, I'll introduce myself. I'm Diane from the
Cumberland Mountains in Tennessee. I've been disabled since 94 with
fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue and recently found out I have mycoplasmal
infection (micro-organism in the blood cells). My computer is my link to
society, sanity, support, you name it. I'm looking forward to meeting the
rest of you. Maybe you can share some secrets with me....how to avoid
feeling isolated, how to avoid depression, etc
At 05:55 PM 2/27/01 +0000, you wrote:
>Hi ... I'm still here too ...
>Lizzie LOVE ... in snowy Taddington, Debyshire, UK
> >I haven't seen any messages in ages. Am I still connected?
> >Marina in Friendswood, Texas