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Re: Info about Whiteman/Shaffer
Posted by: ann pinkerton (ID *****6495) Date: June 22, 2006 at 17:34:43
In Reply to: Info about Whiteman/Shaffer by Vicki Clarke of 936

I would like to get in touch with you and see what all info you have on the Whiteman clan. I beleive that Abraham Whiteman is my gggg-grandfather. From the info that I have, Abraham was married to Mary Rinker and they had 18 children, one of which was Jacob Rinker Whiteman. Jacob married Mattie Moore on 6-22-1865 and they had three children that I know of; Nancy Mae, Abraham, and John Robert. Nancy Mae Whiteman married James Otis Barnard on 5-20-1891 and they had three children; Mary Fae, Paul Macy, and Augustus. Mary Fae married Lewis Earl Finley (her 1st of three husbands) and had my grandmother, Esther Mae Finley. I have and old picture of (I think) Abraham and Mary Rinker Whiteman and three of their children standing in front of the old family homestead 1/2 mile north of IN 29 and IN 26 in Middlefork with all their names listed on the back; I believe that it is in my great-grandmother's hand writing. I would greatly appreciate any information that you would be willing to give me.
Thank you so much,
Ann


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