The WikiTree Challenge 2021 Week 46

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Date: 17 Nov 2021 to 24 Nov 2021
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WikiTree Challenge Week 46

Guest Star: Michael Lacopo

Notes From Guest


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FHL Lookups

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  • "Ohio Marriages, 1800-1958"
    Citing FHL microfilm: 288393;
    FamilySearch (accessed 21 November 2021)
    Wilson L Timmons marriage to Eveline Ragen on 21 Aug 1836 in Pickaway, Ohio, United States. Patterson-15268 completed 22 Nov 2021

Tell Us What You Found!!

Interesting Finds

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  • Great-grandfather, Ira Daugherty, 53, was the second fatality of an auto crash on the Niles-South Bend road last Monday, died at 5:45 a. m. today at Pawating hospital. Suffering a brain injury, he had been unconscious since the accident, in which his nephew, Donald Schrader, 20. of Barron Lake, was instantly killed.
  • 2nd great grandfather William Jefferson Warner (1876-1928) died from complications of injuries received when he was run over by his own car when crank starting it (he had left it in gear)
  • maternal great-aunt, Lillian Mary (Daugherty) Stuart (1914-2009), author of "The Broughty Series", MENSA member, Rosicrucians member. Radio reader Lighthouse for the Blind, El Paso, 1983—1989, Travel lecturer
  • Mary Emeline Nusbaum's brother Albert was bludgeoned with an axe. His wife Eliza received a life sentence , her lover of 15 years was hanged 2 years after the murder.
  • When Caterina Lacopo was born, the birth was reported by a midwife as her Father was in America.
  • Alice (Watson) Smith's brother was Bishop of Winchester see
  • 2nd great grandfather Albert L. Swarm (1877-1958) married five times.

Free Space Pages

List of Free Space Pages created for or linked to members of this family.

Military Profiles

Did any of the guests' family serve in the military or military conflicts?


Brick Walls

Paternal Brick Walls

These are not all of the available brick walls, but I am adding those that are within a generation of bounty. Please make sure the line is proven up to that ancestor, thanks!!
  1. Pantaleo Lacopo: Needs parents
  2. Rosaria Raso: Needs parents
  3. Francesco Spataro: Needs parents
  4. Sapienza Caroleo: Needs parents Father found!
  5. Pietro Domenico Triunveri: Needs parents Parents found!
  6. Teresa Campiti: Needs parents Father found!
  7. Bruno Romeo: Needs parents Parents found!
  8. Elisabetta Caruso: Needs parents
  9. Giuseppe Lacopo: Needs parents Not bounty, correction made below him
  10. Teresa Staltari: Needs parents Not bounty, correction made below her
  11. Giuseppe Panetta: Needs parents Parents found!
  12. Rosa Molina: Needs parents Not bounty, correction made below her
  13. Concetta Staltari: Needs parents
  14. Teresa Francesca Lacopo: Needs grandparents All grandparents found!
  15. Heinrich Schlebach: Needs parents
  16. Jacob Beavers: Needs parents
  17. Mulvina Norris: Needs parents
  18. William Harshman: Needs mother's maiden name
  19. Susannah (Lee) Harshman: Needs parents
  20. Heinrich Swarm: Needs parents Germany
  21. Jakob Swarm: Needs a mother Germany
  22. Johann Philipp Greislach: Needs parents a mother Germany
  23. Anna Magdalena (Reidenbach) Greuloch: Needs parents a mother Germany
  24. Johann Christian Herrmann Haacke: Needs parents Germany
  25. Johanne Ernestine Friederike (Priesterjahn) Haacke: Needs parents Germany
  26. Wilhelm Bissing: Needs parents Germany
  27. Dorothee (Medekrug) Bissing: Needs parents Germany
  28. Jakob Nussbaumer: Needs parents proven. Thank you Isabelle and Andrea for your Research Notes!!! Switzerland
  29. Katharina Charlotte (Moser) Nusbaum: Needs parents proven, see Research Notes Switzerland

Maternal Brick Walls

  1. Shadrach Lequatt Sr: Needs a mother
  2. Nancy (Nichols) Lequatte : Needs parents
  3. Appolonia (Krei) Tries: Needs a father, uses mother's maiden name Germany
  4. August Salis: Needs parents Germany
  5. Johanna (Holtz) Salis: Needs parents Germany
  6. John Timmons: Needs parents
  7. Enos Moore: Needs parents
  8. Elizabeth (Dawson) Moore: Needs a mother
  9. David Forsyth Sr: Needs parents
  10. Margaret (McGibbon) Forsyth: Needs parents
  11. Nancy (Forsyth) Daniels: Needs a mother

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I'm not signed up for this week, but was curious and looking at some of his ancestors from Defiance and Williams County in Ohio, where I also have ancestors. FWIW, I found the death certificate for William Jefferson Warner (1876-1928) on Ancestry here: Ancestry Record 60716 #3823581. It doesn't look like that's been added to his profile yet. As far as I know, those Indiana death certificates aren't on any free sites right now.

If it's helpful in looking for obituaries, etc. there are some Defiance papers on if anyone has a subscription going right now, and the Williams County library has a pretty good collection of obituaries you can request free digital copies of ( Last time I requested one, I think they turned them around pretty quickly, so you might be able to get them back before this challenge is over if you get them ordered this weekend. It looks like they have some for Jacob Warner (1835-1907), Andrew J Wolfe (abt.1848-1913), and maybe Nancy Jane (Hashman) Wolf (abt.1857-1912). I think there's also hit-or-miss copies of the Bryan newspaper (in Williams County) on Google News Archive.

posted by Christy Melick
Thanks Christy!! We always appreciate the help.
posted by Mindy Silva