Friday, April 30, 2010

GLAZE, TURNIPSEED, CORE, TWAY, ETC

GLAZE- George(1760 abt) m.Catherine Turnipseed( her father Rev. War)
GLAZE-Benjamin (1805) m. Sarah Core (Ohio)
GLAZE-Catherine m. Levi TWAY (he may have gone to Texas or it could be his cousin)
TWAY- Willis Adam b. 1857 Ohio
TWAY- Nathanial m. Sophia Burton SALMON both b. around 1800 (Ohio)
SALMON- solomon m. Rozilla BURTON ( both d. in Ohio)
TWAY- John (NJ b. m. Sarah Hempstead both died in Ohio)


MORRIS- Hyrum Bowles (1863 b. Utah) m. Eliza SMITH
MORRIS- Hyrum Bowles( 1821 b. Boonesville KY) m. Eleanor Crawford Roberts(both died in Mesa AZ) her father Adonijah ROBERTS
MORRIS-Thomas (b.1783 Monongalia, VA) m. Sophia TALBOT
her parents Nicholas Raegan TALBOT and
Aria KENNEDY
MORRIS-Morris(1761 KY) m. Sarah CUSHMAN(1766 -Monongalia VA)
her parents Thomas CUSHMAN and Mary FRAZEE
POMEROY I have back to 1500's,
DROLLINGER, dAVIS OR DAVIES( Franklin Judson and Powell of NY
)KIDD, COOK, LOTTHOLTZ, HASTINGS, STERLING,
LYMAN, HUNT (last 2 are back around 1700.

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Chasing Names and Chasing Places JIPP

This last week we went to meet a possible cousin of my dcd mother in law Louise Jipp Pentico.

Mary and I found Elkie Diehl in Germany a few years back and she has a Ggrandmother that was a JIPP.
Same region our Jipp comes from.

This week I meet a man that was a good resemblance of my husband in two dominate ways.

When Sis and I were walking back to meet this man she said, " Your right he does look like my brother."

So was there a Jipp way back some where that interlinks all these lines? It appears it may be the case.

Mom was from the lines near Wangels, We think the town of Grammdorf or very near. We have some

different information regarding the different places.

Are their other JIPP/JEPP researchers out there looking. Schleswig-Holstein area.

Jipps in Dohnsdorf dots over the o for sound. Who are they anyone know them?

WE do not know where Christian Frederick Jipp was born or buried. Believe them to be Lutheran, and they had two
Pastors as children. Charles was one. Ernest was the other one.

Christian Frederick Jipp was born 18 Sept 1824, marries Sophia Hammerich born 16 May 1835 in Holstein.
Children are:
Ernst b 27 June 1857
Wilhelmine b 24 March 1860 d 14 June 1862
Elizabeth b 14 June 1862
Henry, b 29 April 1864
Charles b 15 Aug 1866
Caroline b 10 Nov 1869
Herman, b 31 Jan 1874


Christian JIPP was a carpenter he died 4 Feb 1881 in Grammdorf, Germany at the age of 57.

In 1882, Sophia Jipp and her sister, Mrs. Grunwald brought the five children to America.

Ernst their oldest child came to USA in 1874 at age of 16. He studied to be a minister and died at age 23 in Iowa, in 1880,
prior to his father's death in Germany.

Later I can post the Picture of Mr. Jipp that we have. Charles JIPP was the father of Louise Jipp Pentico, who looks like the Karl Jipp in a German Advertisement.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

My Latest Adventure

My latest adventure was today, presenting data about the easy way to start your research. When working the table for more internet data and other information I was surprised and delighted to meet a potential new cousin and I sure hope they come back to another event and share more information.

It was interesting how all the pieces came together for this event. As we were putting this information together the mouse slipped and the frames changed. We both liked the new frame better. Mr. Jones where are you?

Other events happened through out the development of this program that were done the same way. I like intervention by the unknown it always seems to bring about a positive results.

So Mr. Lee I hope to hear from you soon.

To all those that helped even in an unknown way I want to say "THANK YOU" yes I meant THANK YOU. The event was a success we think. The feed back was very positive.

For those who had suggestions, ideas and thoughts along the way, Thank You.
Gary for your patience in melding my MAC WORD to your PC WORD Thank You.

A synopsis of the event can be found at my other blog site.

http://susischattyperformances.blogspot.com/2010/04/laundry-basket-research-genealogy-easy.html

Friday, April 23, 2010

Chula Vista Genealogy Society Seminar 24 April 2 pm

THE CHULA VISTA GENEALOGY SOCIETY is meeting 24 April 2010

Where: South Branch, Orange and Fourth, Chula Vista,

Time: 1:30 program starts at 2pm

Cost: FREE

Enjoy, have fun learning the non costly way to start doing genealogy.

Learn what the society can do to help you that is also free.

Genealogy does not have to be costly, expensive or not fun.

Share with others and find more distant relatives or other information
you may desire.

Watch WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? tonight on NBC 8pm

It will give you a clue as to what you may be able to learn.

Share time with new friends and start a new adventure.

Speakers are Susi Pentico, Past President and Gary Brock President

Monday, April 19, 2010

Ideas and Thoughts

I have a strong thought about posting things that happen in our community that are affiliated with Genealogy. I stress that it may be a to political type item so many times I refrain.

Suspecting our community is loosing valuable knowledge because I have yet to figure
what the political out fall may be.

Truly admiring those who leap in and stomp and chomp and comment on some of the things I see.

Noticing also that if we do not step up to the plate, so to speak we are going to be loosing more knowledge and thoughts and ideas to carry us forward.

One topic is Libraries, another is Court Houses and their data. I for one, am
extremely upset over the mining that is ripping up graveyards and tombstones and adding it to the coal mines resources to go to ones homes to be used or factories to be burnt. Yes this is happening as we speak. Someone else blogged on it last week when my computer was down.

I thought our government had a handle on the destruction of cemeteries, especially if there was an Indian potentially buried there. Though I think that should not matter so much as the destruction of the site period.

Would this government that is doing everything but wiping our back sides actually pay attention to laws that are there that need addressed maybe things would be different. We surely do not need this myriad of new laws that have taken away college loans and already changed many peoples Health Care program.

Thought we were told it did not affect us only those without insurance. WRONG
Thought they wanted us finish the education that was so nearly completed. WRONG
Does not pay to think. They don't...

I am not for all these things that will wipe our country off the map with debt and
the playing field.

Our Court Houses and Libraries should be successful and the government needs to
realize that there are ways to survive with out destroying what you have.

I do not think it wrong to pay $10 a year to have access to a library. After all
the people won't increase taxes for fear of money going wrong place so put money where you want it on your own. I am sure if everyone whom used the library paid ten dollars a year they (Libraries) would not be in the mess they are. It is our Libraries and our country. At least until some one else gets a hold of it.

Court Houses have money to make if they would only utilize their goods. I know of
places that have turned a pain in the neck to one Court House into a money making
revenue bringing in event at another. One does not even have to reinvent the wheel.

So I woke up this morning thinking of the blog I read at Library last week regarding the mining of the cemeteries because they are out on hillsides away from
main stream public.

The library became involved because they keep cutting and playing and totally confusing the very people they were put here to serve. I can not remember what day,
what time and when which one is open. One needs a calendar to keep track of this.
I truly believe if you have 300,000 people in the region or if you even had 400 people
to have the library available to use by the people a nominal fee of $10 a year, would be acceptable.

So that is my Monday Madness. I really must be mad to jump into a political agenda for the day but they do affect genealogists.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Family History Center Library Trip Wednesday

Everyone that comes to the Lemon Grove Meetings for Genealogy, remember this is the
Wednesday we go to the Family History Center Library in Mission Valley.
I am aware many are going straight from work and some are going early.
I am going to be picking up Clayton and Patty? Is that all?

Kathy, Karen, Arlene I think I recall your driving? Cathy I have not heard from you
as to your going?

Heads up as a reminder. Will email later for follow up.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Next Adventure Lemon Grove Group

The Lemon Grove Group will be adventuring over to the Family History Center,
in Mission Valley on the next meeting night. April 21, 2010.

We are going in mini groups and individually from work spaces to the library.
We hope that everyone has gotten the word and can join us on this evening.

We picked this night partially due to invitation and partially because some
worked near the facility and would be easier for us all to join there.

It is hoped the next trip we do,will be on a Saturday. I even have the library picked out to go to next. Anticapating meeting 4 pm and come home around 8 pm.

Due to computer not working properly at this time please contact me via my phone number at 619 623 5250.

Friday, April 2, 2010

Friday 's Blog to follow

I posted it on this blog so you will see there is more than one blog to look at when researching.

http://drbilltellsancestorstories.blogspot.com/


If you have not enjoyed his site before please go and enjoy..

Bill thanks for all you do.