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CONC tion. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Secu
CONC rity Administration. 
Rowell, Clinton G. (I29789)
 
7252 SOUR @S281@
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CONC rity Administration. 
Schram, Stella (I29887)
 
7253 SOUR @S281@
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CONC work, Inc., 2006.Original data - Social Security Administra
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CONC rity Administration. 
Skinner, Hobson Dewey (I29991)
 
7254 SOUR @S281@
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CONC work, Inc., 2006.Original data - Social Security Administra
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CONC rity Administration. 
Smith, Boyce O'Banion (I30034)
 
7255 SOUR @S281@
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CONC rity Administration. 
Smith, William H. (I30055)
 
7256 SOUR @S281@
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CONC tion. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Secu
CONC rity Administration. 
Stabler, Lonnie W. (I30136)
 
7257 SOUR @S281@
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CONC work, Inc., 2006.Original data - Social Security Administra
CONC tion. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Secu
CONC rity Administration. 
Biggs, Roy Lee (I30145)
 
7258 SOUR @S281@
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CONC rity Administration. 
Stabler, William O. (I30167)
 
7259 SOUR @S281@
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CONC rity Administration. 
Thomas, Annie Pearl (I30276)
 
7260 SOUR @S281@
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CONC rity Administration. 
Turberville, King G. (I30484)
 
7261 SOUR @S281@
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Turberville, Walter Jennings (I30576)
 
7262 SOUR @S281@
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Walker, Fred Horace (I30678)
 
7263 SOUR @S281@
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Walker, George Winfred (I30681)
 
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Waters, Hunter (I30718)
 
7265 SOUR @S281@
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Weaver, Hugh M. (I30749)
 
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Weaver, Virgil E. (I30758)
 
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White, Thomas W. (I30806)
 
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Wiggins, Alpheus (I30837)
 
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Wiggins, Clarence Eugene (I30920)
 
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Wiggins, Eddie R. (I30967)
 
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Wiggins, Robert (I31484)
 
7272 SOUR @S281@
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Wiggins, Rufus Clayton (I31499)
 
7273 SOUR @S281@
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Bowling, Wallace Herbert (I31584)
 
7274 SOUR @S281@
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Wiggins, Willis Francis (I31650)
 
7275 SOUR @S67@ Loftin, James Smith (I28436)
 
7276 SOUR @S67@ Biggs, Miles Monroe (I29953)
 
7277 Source for birth and death dates: Durbin - Logsdon Genealogy page 999. McKinzie, Mary Angeline (I37391)
 
7278 Source for Mariah's parents: St. Bonaventure Church Records, Church of the Latter Day Saints, St. Lake City, Utah.

Burial:
Saint Bonaventure Cemetery
Saint Elmo
Fayette County
Illinois, USA  
Aychons, Mariah (I11625)
 
7279 Source for name and birthdate: Ray Leidinger. Minnick, James William (I39347)
 
7280 Source: Shirley Massey and Mountain View Cemetery, Howard County Cemetery Inscriptions, Vol. 6.

Burial in St. John's Cemetery, Ellicott City, Howard Co., MD.  
Tittsworth, Charles Wilber (I04692)
 
7281 Source: Shirley Massey and Mountain View Cemetery, Howard County Cemetery Inscriptions, Vol. 6.

Burial in St. John's Cemetery, Ellicott City, Howard Co., MD.  
Tittsworth, David Thomas (I04700)
 
7282 Source: Shirley Massey and Mountain View Cemetery, Howard County Cemetery Inscriptions, Vol. 6.

Burial in St. John's Cemetery, Ellicott City, Howard Co., MD. 
Fleming, Edith D. (I04701)
 
7283 Source: Shirley Massey and Mountain View Cemetery, Howard County Cemetery Inscriptions, Vol. 6. Tittsworth, Mary M. (I37635)
 
7284 Source:Ancestry.comBritish Roots of Maryland FamiliesThomas DurbinSon of Christopher and Margaret, baptized 31 Aug 1651 at St. Margaret's, Westminster, and may be the Thomas Durbin who settled in Baltimore County, Maryland. On 17 Mar 1662, Thomas Durbin was bound to serve Thomas Covey for four years in Nevis. Although he is not listed in Skordas, Thomas Durbin was in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, by 1676 when he purchased land from Walter Dickenson. He died in Baltimore County by 1697. Thomas was the father of: John, Christopher, William, Elizabeth, and possibly James and Samuel.


From Thomas' children on a special bond was formed with the Logsdon clan - you can hardly study either family without a great deal of research into the other. Both families were in the vanguard of the westward movement, many times arriving to found the very earliest settlement in an area. It happened thus in Ohio and in Kentucky and in Illinois. The following story illustrates some of this.

DURBIN-LOGSDON SETTLEMENT DOWN IN CHRISTIAN COUNTY (Illinois)Article taken from Decatur Daily Review,Monday Evening, June 10,1912

In passing though the country to the southwest of Clarksdale in Christian County, IL, one finds a certain piece of land that excites curiosity, since the timber thereon does not conform with the natural growth in that vicinity. The place is covered with trees of large size,some two feet through their body. While wondering why this fifteen acre patch is different from the neighboring woods, one might find a few fragments of broken pottery. There is nothing on the market today that resembles the place. One is reminded of mound builders or cliff dwellers.

This place is two miles from Clarksdale and about the same from Palmer,near Bear Creek. Investigation shows that this timber was once a “clearing”, a farm, and the timber has grown thereon since it had fallen into disuse for agricultural purposes.

ONCE A HOMESTEAD

This fifteen acres was the original homestead of the Durbins, who settled there at a date that must be several years in advance of the setting-up of Illinois. Records written only in memory, transform into tradition with the next generation and therefore the most interesting part of the story must be omitted for lack of facts concerning the earliest settlers of Illinois.The curiouslooking patch of timber was where the Durbins saw fit to locate, but there would seem to be no particular reason why as everything must have been woods alike, and this place would have been in what was then heavy timbered land on all sides. An opening may have been there, but most likely the Durbins cleared the place of timber in building cabins, fences, etc.

All trace of buildings has disappeared beyond the memory of the present generation and the forest has reclaimed the tract so many years since that huge trees occupy the once cultivated land.

TRACES OF INDIANS

A crude watermill was operated in the vicinity of Bear Creek where fragments of the dam and millstones were in evidence many years afterward. It is known that Indians traded at this place and nearby is where Black Hawk camped on his march to Starved Rock. In connection with this, a long string of Indianbeads were plowed up at that point about three years ago which is believed to have belonged to the Black Hawk warriors. They are now in the possession of Q. S. Simpson of Palmer.

BACK TO 1776

Still in evidence are fragments of a log cabin which was in ruins with the first recollection of the oldest inhabitant and a cemetery are near. There, gravestones bear inscriptions, rudely cut, dating back to 1776. Among the early settlers were the Lees, Boyds, Vandeveres,Simpsons,Hewitts,Clarks,Murphys, Taylors,Logsdons and Durbins, but it is claimed that the Durbins and Logsdon families were many years in advance of the other families.

Bringing the story down to a more recent date,we must give the Logsdons a place since our story is of the Durbin-Logsdon settlement. “Aunt Betsey” Logsdon of Taylorville, now ninety years of age, but with faculties fifty years younger, is the living monument of the older generation of Durbin-Logsdon families of which we have any record.

BACK 200 YEARS

The connection of the two families must have started at an early day, since we find on record in Baltimore,MD., that ELijah Logsdon and Nancy Durbin were married nearly 200 years ago. Going on down through the records, we find that Dan Cupid rarely every ventured outside of the two families to make“two hearts to beat as one.”

Josephus Durbin, born on Bear Creek ninety-three years ago, was wedded to a Miss Logsdon,taking, it is said, the first marriage license in those parts. On down the records we find the Logsdons marrying Durbins and the Durbins marrying Logsdons in amazing regularity. A complex relationship that in some cases would be difficult to untangle. It is claimed by some that the two types, Logsdons on one side and Durbins on the other, are so prounounced that a stranger might segregate the two families.

MILL WAS OLD Long AGO

Daniel Durbin was probably the first white man to locate here, but the date is lacking. “Aunt Betsey” Logsdon played about the Mill when she was eight years old, that is eighty years ago, and the Mill was then very old and about past its usefulness. Daniel was then quite an old man. The two families were very prolific, both Durbins and Logsdons, rearing large families and strong ties of friendship always existed to the extent that any unusual occurrence, such as a dance or a butchering was a signal for all members of both families to be present. On these occasions a delegation from another community,a sort of branch of the same family, would attend, coming in several wagons from near Owaneco, several miles across the prairie.

While these people had some unusual traits they were a kind-hearted, honest family, and it is said that they have contributed to the up-building of the community in many ways and perhaps more abundantly that any other of the early settlers.

ALL Johns OR Williams

One characteristic trait of the family is that of making a namesake of every male child born into these families. Each of the many families have their “John” and their “William”, Durbin or Logsdon as the case may be. So many of these names are used that it becomes absolutely necessary to use a second name or letter or nickname in connection as a means o fdistinguishing them. Where “John B”, “John C.”, “John L.”, etc., failed to suffice, a suggestive prefix was used, such as “RuggerJohn”,"Bee HunterJohn”, “Mule Jim”, “Pious Joe,” etc. through a long list of Jims, Johns and Bills: one Bill got in a little late – one of the younger set– and failed to connect with a prefix, so he must be content to worry along through life with an affix and be known as “Billy Beans” so as to distinguish him from a grandfather, two uncles, some nephews and about sixteen cousins.

These families, locating in the wood as was the custom of early settlers, have always adjusted themselves to the environment and while hunting and trapping occupied their time in earlier days, the march of civilization was gradually brought upon them the necessity of agricultural pursuits. But their ambition has never been such that the accumulation of wealth would interfere with the enjoyments of life and while very content with little of the country’s wealth, they have always made the best of their surroundings and kept pace with their neighbors in up to date methods.There is considerable talent and progressiveness in the present generation of the Durbin and Logsdon families since they are weaned from the backwoods ways of their ancestors and it is said that Dan Cupid is now being given more free rein in matching hearts and there is more often marriages with those outside of their own people than formerly.

M.S. P. (Author) 
Durbin, Thomas (I14843)
 
7285 Southerh Anthology. Source (S011155)
 
7286 Sponsors of the Children of John M. McKenzie (abt. 1795) Which Circumstantially Suggests that Samuel McKenzie (b. 1751) (“Old Sam”) was John M.’s Father - by Michael A. McKenzie May, 2014

1.Before we begin with the sponsors of John M.’s children, note that John M. named his second child Samuel. May be a clue.
2.May, 1819, Samuel McKenzie, sponsors: Samuel McKenzie and Hanna Logston. Is this Samuel (1850, “Old Sam”, John’s father and this boy’s grandfather?
3.June, 1821, Harriett McKenzie, sponsors: Moses and Catherine McKenzie. I think this was Moses Ignatius McKenzie and his wife, Catherine. Moses Ignatius was a known child of Samuel ("Old Sam") and would have been John M.’s oldest brother.
4.September, 1823, John M. McKenzie, Jr., sponsor: Helen McKensey. Query: is this a misspelling of “Ellen”? If so, this may be John M.’s sister, Eleanor (Ellen_ and one of Samuel McKenzie’s (1751) daughters. The fact that there is only one sponsor reinforces that Helen/Ellen was not married and coincides with the information I recently sent you with respect to Samuel F. McKenzie (b. 1805).
5.September, 1840, Peter McKenzie, sponsors: May and Basil McKenzie. The only Basil of which I am aware was the son of Moses Ignatius McKenzie referenced above. Basil would have been John M.’s nephew, and the grandson of Samuel McKenzie (1751).
6.May, 1844, Francis McKinzie, sponsors being Sam’l F. McKinzie and Reb. Garlitz. This could be one of two people: Samuel F. McKenzie (abt. 1791), who was John M.’s brother or Samuel F. McKenzie (1805), who I have proposed was the son of Ellen McKenzie of Samuel (1751).

Conclusion
These are the recorded baptisms of John M.’s children in which I can identify the sponsors. In every one that I can identity, there is some connection to Samuel McKenzie (1751). Ergo, I conclude that Samuel McKenzie (1750) was the father of John M. McKenzie (abt. 1795).


John M. McKenzie will probated 1864 Somerset Co, PA. Inventory and First appraisal of goods performed 1/1/1864.
"A true and perfect inventory and first appraisement of all and singular. The goods and chattels rights and credits which were of John McKenzie Sr late of Greenville Township deceased. Goods taken by the widow.2 clocks 35cents, 1 table.10, Safe & C .25, 2 chains .10 , 1 rifle gun 4.00, 1 hand saw .25,1 bed & bedstead 3.00, 1 bureau .50, 1 chair & stand .50,1 trunk 1.00, 1 spinning wheel 1.50, auger & jig .38,1 skillet .05,1 bed & bedstead 4.00, 1 steelyard 1.00, wool wheel dough trey & sceive 1.50, shell & bance .75, 3 cow chains 1.00, bed & bedstead 2.00, iron wedge .25, 1 fox trap .25, 2 drawing knives .25, 1 pot & c. .13, 1 loom & fir lines 4.00, dishes & c. 1.25, 5 barrels .33, 1 churn .13, 1 kettle & dish .50, 1 copper kettle & machine 8.00, 1 pot .50, skillets & pans .05, 4 old axes .50, 1 old bridle .05, trace tang chain fork & scrap 1.00, cross cut saw 1.00, wagon 10.00, horse gear 2.00, sorrel horse 50.00, sorrel mare 5.00, colt 35.00, fire tongs & scrap .50 - 6.00, log slede singletree .50, harrow 1.00, log chain .50, stretcher ,50, wood cock plough 1.00, shovel ploughs .50, mould boards .20, cutting box .20, s hatches .50, matix & hoes 2.00, grain cradle 2.00, cow 12.00, calf 2.00, forks .75, barrels & ? .75, bundles of grain 1.40, lot of grain 2.00, lot of hay 51.00, pig .25, lot of potatoees 1.50, chickens .50, windmill 5.00, fox trap 1.00, head of sheep 8.00, acres rye in the ground 12.00
TOTAL: $256.92 = 6th February AD 1864 Approved by the Court and Ordered to be recorded. J.H.Boyls (Clerk)Taken and appraised by us the SUBSCRIBED the 1st day of Jan AD 1864
B.F.Yoder H. Rembold Jacob P. Hutzel
(In Blanche M. LaRue's family bible as great-great grandfather)

John M. McKenzie's land was sold from his estate to Paul Hoffman in 1864. It states that his tract of land was adjoining lands of Soloman Engle, Frank Bittner and Jesse W. Beal. On John Mckenzie's Deeds it gave Flaugherty Creek as a boundary.

Children of John and Hannah - sent by Betty Smith, July, 2009:
1.Joseph McKenzie (17 Jun 1816 Mt. Savage Md - 23 Jan 1879 Pocahontas, Somerset, PA)
2.Samuel J. McKenzie (11 Apr 1819 - 3 Nov 1888 Garrett County, Maryland)
a.!CHRISTENING: St. Ignatius Baptismal Records; 1 May 1819 McKenzie, Samuel b/ 11 April 1819 s/o John and Hanna TOMBLINSON. Sponsors Samuel McKenzie and Hannah Redmond. WESTERN MARYLAND CATHOLICS 1819-1851 compiled by Richard T. Koch and Phyllis I. Davidson p. 79

3.Hannah McKenzie (10 Feb 1821-?)
a.CHRISTENING: 22 June 1821 McKenzie, Harriet b/10 Feb 1821 d/o John and Hanna TUMBLESON; sps Moses McKenzie & Catherin McKenzie WESTERN MARYLAND CATHOLICS 1819-1851 compiled by Richard T. Koch and Phyllis I. Davidson p. 81

4.John McKenzie (15 May 1823 Pennsylvania - 24 Feb 1894 Brighton, Indiana)
a.CHRISTENING : 19 Sep 1823 John McKenzie b. 15 May 1823 s/o John & Hanna McKenzie Sps Helen McKenzie WESTERN MARYLAND CATHOLICS 1819-1851 compiled by Richard T. Koch and Phyllis I. Davidson p. 84

5.Drucilla Ann McKenzie (Weimer) (9 Apr 1825-9 Feb 1888)
a.Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler, the Immigrant of 1736 by Rev. Harvey Hostetler, D.D. Elgin Ill, Brethern Publishing Co. 1912 (1042) Samuel K. Weimer, Elklick, Pa. , was b. Sept 6, 1824, in Greenville Tp. Somerset Co. Pa. and m. Drusilla Anne McKenzie, who was b. Apr. 9, 1825, the dau of John and HANNAH (TOMLEYSON) McKenzie, Pocahantas, Pa. Has been judge and inspector of elections. Deacon of German Baptist church. Ozias, Lydia, John, Eliza Katherine, Mahala, Jesse, Noah, Norman,Harriet, Par. 16, 1861-, Juliann, Simon, Henrietta.
6.Rebecca Marina McKenzie (Lint) (24 Mar 1827-21 Jun 1868)
a.CHRISTENING : 3 Jun 1827 Rebecca McKenzie b. 24 Mar 1827 d/o John & Hanna McKenzie Sps Miss Rebecca Porter WESTERN MARYLAND CATHOLICS 1819-1851 compiled by Richard T. Koch and Phyllis I. Davidson p. 88

b.Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler:(1002)Joseph Lint, Pocahantas, Pa. at death, was b. near the same place August 8, 1825, d. August 22, 1904, pleurisy, m. (1) Rebecca McKenzie, b. March 24, 1827, d. June 21, 1868, daughter of John and HANNAH (ALLERTON) McKenzie, Pocahontas, Pa. German Reformed Church. Levi, Milton, Andrew, Jesse, Henry M. , Simon S., Hattie T., John Jacob, Rebecca, (2) Harriet Hochstetler, b. Sept 14, 1844 at Pocahontas, Pa., Frank, Alice.
7.Ambrose G. McKenzie (1 Mar 1829-Apr 1906)
8.Jesse McKenzie (1832-?)
a.CHRISTENING: 29 March 1832 McKenzie, Jesse s/o John and Hanna McKenzie Sps Mary Logsdon WESTERN MARYLAND CATHOLICS 1819-1951 Richard T. Koch and Phyllis I Davidson
9.Maria McKenzie (Kelley) (22 Jun 1833-17 Dec 1908)


John M. MCKENZIE and Barbara ENGLE were married about 1838. John M. McKenzie's land was sold from his estate to Paul Hoffman in 1864. It states that his tract of land was adjoining lands of Soloman Engle, Frank Bittner and Jesse W. Beal. On John Mckenzie's Deeds it gave Flaugherty Creek as a boundary.

Census Information:

John Mc Kinsey
United States Census, 1860
Name:John Mc Kinsey
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1860
Event Place:Greenville Township, Somerset, Pennsylvania, United States
Gender:Male
Age:61
Race:White
Race (Original):[Blank]
Birth Year (Estimated):1799
Birthplace:Maryland
Page:130
Affiliate Name:The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number:M653
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
John Mc KinseyM61Maryland
Barbara Mc KinseyF42Pennsylvania
William Mc KinseyM18Pennsylvania
Francis Mc KinseyM16Pennsylvania
Jeremiah Mc KinseyM15Pennsylvania
Patrick Mc KinseyM13Pennsylvania
Zaccariah Mc KinseyM11Pennsylvania
Hannah Mc KinseyF9Pennsylvania
Sarah Mc KinseyF7Pennsylvania
Nancy Mc KinseyF5Pennsylvania
Moses Mc KinseyM1Pennsylvania
Household ID: 891 , GS Film Number: 805183 , Digital Folder Number: 004293551 , Image Number: 00204
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John Mckinsey
United States Census, 1850
Name:John Mckinsey
Event Type:Census
Event Year:1850
Event Place:Greenville, Somerset, Pennsylvania, United States
Gender:Male
Age:56
Race:White
Birth Year (Estimated):1794
Birthplace:Maryland
House Number:46
HouseholdRoleGenderAgeBirthplace
John MckinseyM56Maryland
Barbara MckinseyF32Pennsylvania
Ambrose MckinseyM21Pennsylvania
Jesse MckinseyM19Pennsylvania
Maria MckinseyF17Pennsylvania
Noah MckinseyM12Pennsylvania
William MckinseyM10Pennsylvania
Francis MckinseyM8Pennsylvania
Jeremiah MckinseyM6Pennsylvania
Patrick MckinseyM3Pennsylvania
Zacharia MckinseyM1Pennsylvania
Household ID: 47 , Line Number: 19 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M432 , Affiliate Film Number: 828 , GS Film Number: 444796 , Digital Folder Number: 004205391 , Image Number: 00592

 
McKenzie, John M. (I01277)
 
7287 Spouse: William Henderson Ketchum (1824-1864): per family records: Was killed during the civil war by bushwackers "Quantrell's Raiders". After the death of her husband she moved home to Randolph County, Arkansas but returned to Missouri prior to her death.
Children not linked below:
E Lila Ketchum (1860-1840)
James Monroe Ketchum (1853-1880)
Sarah Ketchum (1849-?)
Marion Ketchum (1855-1879) 
Cooper, Margaret (I20400)
 
7288 SPRINGS, Pa. — Linda Lou Snelson, 63, of Springs, Pa., died Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, at Western Maryland Regional Medical Center, Cumberland. Born Nov. 8, 1948, in Meyersdale, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Harley and Mary Catherine (Brown) McKenzie Jr. She was also preceded in death by a brother, William Grant McKenzie; a sister, Carol Ann (McKenzie) Platter and a grandson, Ryan Dale Guthrie. Mrs. Snelson was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband, Gary L. Snelson; a son, Jason Snelson, of Wiley Ford, W.Va.; a daughter, Kim Guthrie and fiance Kevin Hutzel, of Wiley Ford; a sister, Connie (McKenzie) Twigg Scarlett, of Frostburg; three grandchildren, Justin Guthrie, Caitlyn Snelson and Myla Snelson; three nephews, Allan Twigg, of Frostburg, Randy Twigg, of South Carolina, and Shane House, of Frederick and a niece, Carie Marie Cimmeno, of Florida. Friends will be received at Newman Funeral Homes, P.A., 179 Miller St., Grantsville, on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services will be conducted in the funeral home on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Daniel Agnew officiating. Interment will be in the Grantsville Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.newmanfuneralhomes.com . Cumberland Times-News, January 28, 2012. McKenzie, Linda Lou (I11176)
 
7289 SSN: #423-58-6657. McPherson, Johnny Clarke (I28965)
 
7290 SSN: 130-05-5986. Biggs, Jewel Callahan (I29479)
 
7291 SSN: 226-74-1308 Biggs, Lucy Clifton (I21698)
 
7292 SSN: 238-84-6343. Mobley, Carrie (I23192)
 
7293 SSN: 241-60-9305. Biggs, Lulie Williams (I21731)
 
7294 SSN: 306-20-0340. McLaughlin, Marybelle Smith (I28948)
 
7295 SSN: 318-24-2163. Earls, William Curtis (I22743)
 
7296 SSN: 327-22-0004. Earls, Maggie May (I22747)
 
7297 SSN: 333-03-0968. Watkins, William Wayne (I22751)
 
7298 SSN: 346-14-4820. Watkins, Van (I22754)
 
7299 SSN: 375-01-8133. Elsie B. (I23838)
 
7300 SSN: 376-24-8594. Earls, Helen Rose (I22730)
 

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