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Re: William Henry Greenamyre/Greenamyer
Posted by: Sharon Clark (ID *****6977) Date: October 31, 2003 at 08:05:06
In Reply to: Re: William Henry Greenamyre/Greenamyer by Sharon Clark of 12

Don't ya just love when someone keeps answering their own postings!!??
Ok, the answer was laying right there in front of me...Ida Piper is Idolia Greenamyer. Many thanks to Pat on the information she provided...it's helped link up a lot of "loose facts" that I had. Check the aforementioned posting re: Ida Piper on the Piper GENFORUM site. Whith this information as well as that gleaned from some Rootsweb sites I've been able to determine the following.

SAMUEL GREENAMYER
b. about 3 Feb 1836 in PA
married MELINDA ______?
retired farmer
d. 16 Feb 1923 age 87-0-13 of Diabetes in Eaton County, Michigan

children are:
IDOLA BELL GREENAMYER
WILLIAM H. GREENAMYER

From what I've been able to gather off of other rootsweb sites and cross referencing with documented information I have, it would appear that SAMUEL GREENAMYER'S parents are
JOHN GREENAMYER and MARY KALE. SAMUEL'S siblings look to include JOHN, ED, BENJAMIN, LUCY (married ___? Rummell), WILLIAM, SOLOMON (married Sarah Cline), MARK or MARTIN, HANNAH M (married Isaac Cline) & CAROLINE (married ___? Stone)

I would love to exchange/verify/add new information to all of this.


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