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Re: Andrew Jackson Shrout, Preston Co, Wv
Posted by: Ron Halbritter (ID *****9348) Date: December 21, 2004 at 18:54:00
In Reply to: Re: Andrew Jackson Shrout, Preston Co, Wv by lynette johnson of 1448

Before My cousin R Doyne Halbritter died in 1976 he sent me a large number of files and notes, many were hard to read carbon copies. Through the years My Grand daughters and I have entered this data into a computer database, but there is NO certainty we are accurate and I can provide no sources. Please consider the information I provide as a series of clues where to look for documentation.
Menear is not an uncommon name in Preston County.
I have this in my data base:
Amos J Menear, 1831-1922 Buried in Terra Alta Cemetery;
wife
Mary E Ridenour, 1842-1927 Buried in Terra Alta Cemetery;
Melinda = born abt 1862;
Ella = abt 1863;
Sabbath A = abt 1865;
John W - Twin - Jan 22 1869;
Twin Brother to John - Jan 22 1869;
John W - Jan 30 1870 (This may be the same John W born above;
Florence abt 1875;
Charles - abt 1877;
George M, Born July 10 1878, died Aug 11 1913, buried in Terra Alta.
Further: A certain Melinda E Menear born 1862 married William Messenger on Jun 30 1883
And a Florence B Menear born 1874 married John F Lung on August 27 1891. The names and the dates are similar but I don't know if these are the same persons.


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