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Rayona Harris (View posts)
Posted: 21 Jun 2000 6:29AM GMT
Looking for ancestors of Hiram Pickell who married Louise Elizabeth Graham. Our information indicates that he was probably born 1840 in Lancaster Cty, PA. She was born abt 1846. Both are buried in Park (Shady Grove) Cemetary, St Clair Cty, MO.

Dottie Pickerll

Posted: 14 Jul 2000 6:00PM GMT
Edited: 17 Mar 2002 8:05PM GMT
Looking for family of Dottie who is my grandmother. Married Herbert Madison.
Do you have a Dottie in your family history?

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Alyce (View posts)
Posted: 16 Jul 2000 6:10AM GMT
The only Pickell information I have relates to Hiram and Louisa Graham Pickell and their children,
Posted: 5 Oct 2000 4:41PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 11:40PM GMT
My grandfather, Walter Pickell, according to his death certificate, father, Hiram Pickell B: 10 Mar 1844 and wed Elisa Graham. My grandfather is buried in Park Cemetary, St. Clair, Mo.

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Ann Christensen (View posts)
Posted: 9 Oct 2000 6:37PM GMT
Hello there! Think we might be related. It would seem your grandfather and our grandmother were brother and sister. The information I have is: Hiram Pickell B: 4 Jan 1840 Tensylin (?) Lancaster County, PA. Died 19 Dec 1932 Rockville MO. Buried Park (Shady Grove) Cemetery, St. Clair County MO. Worked on the Railroad. Joined the Lutheran Church, Sterling ILL in 1866/ Served in the Union Army probably the 8th Ohio Calvary around 1862. On Louise Elizabeth Graham we have B: 8 June 1846 in Ohio probably Mansfield or Dayton. Died 3 Aug 1912 buried Park Cemetery. Father born in Ireland/died stroke. They had 7 children: John Leon, Elnora Edith, Walter Clair, Cora Bell, Charles Elmer, Franklin Grant and our grandmother Emma Myrtle. We (my sister and I) have not been able to get any information further back than Hiram and Louisa Elizabeth - but we keep looking. Do you have anything else? We have some information on their children but have mostly just kept up with "our" line. Quite a number! Happy to hear from you and will be glad to share what info I have.

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Rayona (View posts)
Posted: 9 Oct 2000 9:04PM GMT
Oops! put in the wrong name on the message above. Sorry. Our information: Hiram Pickell B 4 Jan 1840 Tensylin (?) Lancaster County, PA. D: 19 Dec 1932 Rockville, MO Buried Park (Shady Grove) Cemetery St. Clair County MO. Worked on the railroad. served Union Army, probably 8th Ohio Calvary. Joined Lutheran Church, Sterling IL 1866: Louisa Elizabeth Graham B: 8 June 1846 in Ohio (Mansfield ? Dayton ? D: 3 Aug 1912. Buried: Park(Shady Grove) St Clair County MO. Father born in Ireland/died stroke. Hiram Louisa 7 children: John Leon, elnora Edith, walter Clair, Cora Bell, charles Elmer, Franklin Grant and our grandmother Emma Myrtle. Do you have further information on Hiram Louisa's parents. We have some information on their children, but mostly on "our" line. Happy to share what we have.
Posted: 10 Oct 2000 6:13PM GMT
Edited: 23 Jun 2001 11:40PM GMT
Hi Rayona,
This is just a lead, no proof as yet, and maybe you've found these names already and discounted them. Jacob Pickell B:10May 1812 Lancaster, Penn-D:2 May 1853. M: Elizabeth Stoutzenberger B:13 Dec 1818 Lancaster-D 1 May 1887. They had 2 more childred both born in Troy, Ohio. It's great to here from you, didn't think I would ever find anyone in my Mom's family. Ann

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Rayona (View posts)
Posted: 10 Oct 2000 7:05PM GMT
You can reach me at granmax@tri-lakes.net. How exciting to know that there are others out there. Since we live in the area your grandfather's grave is decorated each Memorial Day. Will be happy to share what I have. I remember "Uncle Walt" loved to play solitaire - he lived with my grandmother for a while. The information I have indicates that he had 2 wives, both named Cora, and 7 children. Anxious to hear from you! Rayona

Re: Pickell

Posted: 5 Sep 2001 7:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Feb 2002 12:38PM GMT
Surnames: Stutzenberg Stutzenberger Stoutzenberger Stoutsenberger Stukenberger
hi,
as you can see above, my surname is "STUTZENBERGER". The surname Stout(z/s)enberger sounds very similar to mine. I know, that this name comes from the switzerland (city of Basel). There their name was Stutzenberg. They moved in the 14th century to Germany, France, Austria and from there to the USA. I guess, that some of them changed their name a lttle bit, so that it sounded "better" and could be better spoken by the natives.Some names I guess were written wrong, such as Stukenberger - if you write t and z near together, it looks like a z, were heard wrong as Stützenberger (the u sounds on the phone often like "ü" ). Contact me to exchange more informations...
Have you any idea, where your Stoutzenberger comes from?
Many Stutzenberger life now in the area round Kaiserslautern (Germany).
Regards
Ralf (Stutzenberger)
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