Saturday, April 7, 2018

Events in My Family Tree: March 24

I really need to install Reunion on my laptop.  Every time I'm away from home, I can't post my family event information, becase I can't search intelligently in the Family Tree Maker database.  Now I'm playing catch-up again.  I'm going to need to start posting two to three lists a day!


Catherine Leckrone, daughter of Jacob Leckrone and Agnes Mack, was born March 24, 1834 in Ohio,  possibly in Licking County.  She is my 4rd cousin 4x removed cousin via the Macks.

Dorthea Virginia Lynch was born March 24, 1919 in Swayzee, Grant County, Indiana.  She was married to Charles Robert Clark, son of Oren Wilson Clark and Anna Gaunt, who is my 4th cousin 2x removed via the Gaunts.

William Hymell Kelley, son of Joseph Kelley and Martha W. Lawrence, was born March 24, 1926 in Cream Ridge, Monmouth County, New Jersey.  He is the 2nd cousin once removed of my 1st cousin Albert Lore.

Richard Hacker was born March 24, 1954 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.  He is married to Neva Perlman, daughter of Murray Elliot Perlman and Helen Ruth Greenebaum, who is my 4th cousin on my Nowicki line through the Perlmans.

Jennifer Elizabeth Ellis was born March 24, 1972 in Massachusetts.  She is my 2nd cousin once removed on my Nowicki line.


John Robert Eckman, son of John Eckman and Martha Johnson Atkinson, and Mary Sousa were married on March 24, 1923 in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey.  John is the paternal grandfather of my 1st cousin Albert Lore.

Israel Garfinkel, son of Yikusee'ael Koifman Garfinkel and Sora Rivka Mekler, and Marsha Gerb were married on March 24, 1946 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  Israel is my 2nd cousin 2x removed via the Meklers.


Jacob Mack, son of William Mack and Agnes Gantz, died March 24, 1855 at the age of 81 in Brownsville, Licking County, Ohio.  He is my 1st cousin 6x removed.

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