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First of all I apologise to any of you who are receiving duplicates of this
email, I sent to every list that I belong to. I just wanted to pass this
I live in St. Louis, Missouri and saw on the local news tonight that there
is a BRIDGETON MEMORIAL PARK - 1843 - 1963 ( North St. Louis) that is
looking for persons with family buried there. The airport is being expanded
and they are going to move the CEMETERY.
Is there a way to get this message to as many listers as possible in a
short amount of time?
Can you help!
Pat Jones Smith
St. Louis, Missouri USA
I am researching the Wilkinson surname. The wife of my Charles A Wilkinson was Effie Jackson, born 2 March 1871, in Tama Co., Iowa. I have quite a bit of info on her ancestors. Please contact me if you are working on Wilkinson/ Jackson or Quick.
I have once again updated my web page. Please stop by for a visit......maybe you will find some family waiting for you there.
Evelyn Harris Grimes
When I posted the announcement that I was searching for descendants of
Phillip S. and Rebecca Hitchner in order that Great Falls Genealogy
Society might find a home for the Hitchner family bible, I received many
requests for more details or information. There were too many for me to
follow up individually. By this posting of the information that I
from an "inventory" sheet that someone had prepared earlier and placed under
the front cover of the bible, with notes that I added to my working document
with a contribution by Mean Mead, I now hope to satisfy those requests.
None of this information has been authenticated or verified. It is posted
because of the many requests that I received for more information and
therefore if you use any of this data without confirmation you are on your
If you wish to follow up on any of this information please contact Trina
Hall at bobhall(a)pcisys.net as she now has the Hitchner family bible. Be
advised though that Trina is also very busy. She will answer all requests
provided that requesters be patient.
If there are any complaints contact me, brotherjohn(a)imt.net
========HITCHNER Family Bible Project==================
 .....  is death information found farther down original document
% is my added notes found in LDS IGI or AF
## is my added notes found at Rootsweb
Phillip S. Hitchner - born July 19, 1791 - died March 1864
% IGI S. = Shimp
% IGI birth in New Jersey
% LDS AF Johan Phillip Schimpf Hitchner
Rebecca Hitchner - born Sep. 25, 1796 - died Sep. 5, 1852
% IGI Rebecca Amanda Lambson
% IGI marr 17 Sep 1817 Salem, New Jersey
Wm. D. Hitchner - born March 3, 1818
% IGI adds Salem Co., New Jersey
Mary A. Hitchner - born Oct. 9, 1822  d. Dec. 9, 1846 
Mary M. Wood - born Jan 31, 1831
Wm D. Hitchner
Mary A. Mead m. Dec. 25, 1839
% IGI m. 21 Dec. 1839 Mercer, Ohio
Wm. D. Hitchner
Mary M. Wood m. Oct. 6, 1850
% IGI Mercer, Ohio
Elmira Hitchner - Jan. 29, 1841
% IGI marr William S. Mahan 18 Nov 1873 Tama, Iowa
Sarah R. Hitchner - Aug. 18, 1843
% IGI Mercer Co., Ohio
% LDS AF marr James McDowell (b.1833 Dangart Farm, Colmonel, Aryshire,
Emaline Hitchner - Apr. 4, 1845  d. July 9, 1845 
Hester A. Hitchner - Oct. 17, 1846  d. Dec. 9, 1846 
Nancy R. Hitchner - Sep. 18, 1851
% IGI Mercer, Ohio
% IGI Perry, Dallas, Iowa
America P. Hitchner - Dec. 1, 1852  d. Dec. 10, 1855 
Augusta J. Hitchner - Aug 5, 1855  d. Aug. 18,1855 
Jonas P. Hitchner - Aug. 31,1856
% IGI Perry Twp., Tama, Iowa
## Rootsweb - HITCHNER, JONAS P - b. 08/31/1856 - Mother Maiden WOOD
Father HITCHNER - Sex M - Birth place IOWA d. 02/18/1943 - LOS ANGELES
Hannah J. Hitchner - Nov. 18, 1858
% IGI Perry Twp., Tama, Iowa
Lyman Clark Hitchner - Feb. 15, 1861  d. Sep. 4, 1861 
Lucy A. Hitchner - Mar. 26, 1866
% IGI A(nnettie) Perry Twp., Tama, Iowa
% IGI marr Charles Wilbur Parks abt 1884
Wesley Daniel Hitchner - Nov. 1, 1867 d. July 1, 1955 Great Falls, MT
% IGI abt 1862 Perry, Dallas, Iowa
% IGI 1 Nov 1867 Perry Twp., Tama, Iowa
Great Falls Tribune dated 2 July page 2 -- 87 yrs old, came to Ulm area,
since 1919, was born Nov. 1, 1867 in Tama, Iowa "There are no known
**********end of my working notes************
I received the following helpful contibution by Mena Mead.
From: Mena Mead
In the text, THE HITCHNER FAMILY BY MRS. ALYCE HITCHNER GARRISON
of Elmer NJ. page 526.
Andreas Hitchner born May 26, 1762 m.
1: Anna Sarah Jarman
2. Dec 27, 1797 Rhoda Brown.
Had seven children; Elizabeth, Christina, Hannah, Mathias, John, Margaretta,
1. Elizabeth born Sept 25, 1785
2. Christina born March 12, 1787
3. Hannah born Sept 27 1788
4. John Philips Hitchner born July 29, 1791 and died March 29, 1854.
married 1. Rebecca Amanda Lambson born September 25, 1796
(They went out to live in Ohio)
married 2. Rhodale C. Hinkle born August 27, 1816 died Nov 28, 1885.
Five children by first wife; William Eliza, Sarah, Hannah and ? and 4
children by second wife;
Rebecca, Rosella, John Jr. and Asa.
William D. Hitchner, son of John P. Philips and Rebecca was born march 3
1818 and died 1874. Married first wife, Dec 21 1838 Mary Mead who died in
1846. He married second wife, Mary wood.
By Mary Mead he had Almira and Sarah. Children by second wife but it was
believed that none lived to adulthood.
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