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Ohio Yarnells

Linda L. Carpenter (View posts)
Posted: 26 Apr 1999 7:16PM GMT
I am looking for info on the family of Frank
Yarnell possibly from Morgan Co., OH. He was
married to Elizabeth Wilson. They had 2 daughters.
Jane and May. Jane had three sons in Wood Co., WV about 1905-1912
and later married Edward Flynn.May was married to a Meeks.
E-mail me direct at friesl@speed1.net

FRANK YARNELL

Posted: 3 Jun 2000 1:12PM GMT
Edited: 24 May 2003 2:02AM GMT
Linda: email me. Your address keeps coming back as undeliverable. Thanks, Maggie

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Trisha (View posts)
Posted: 30 Aug 2000 12:33PM GMT
I have probably a different line of Yarnells. They lived in OHio
Philander Yarnell dob: 8/24/1840
married Violetta Spragues
child: Ermina
please let me know if anyone can help with more information.

Yarnell's from Ohio 1840-66

Posted: 20 Dec 2000 9:12AM GMT
Edited: 6 Aug 2001 5:49PM GMT
Looking for Vina Ann Yarnell who married Delorin Greathouse on 11 Nov 1866. He was from Morgan Co.Ohio. I need her parents and birth date and place.

Yarnell

Trisha (View posts)
Posted: 20 Dec 2000 6:01PM GMT
I haven't seen that name yet, however my Yarnell line was from that area as well. I'm thinking that its a cousin. I'll check on that. Have you joined the Yarnell club at eGroups.com. I'm sure they would probably be able to tell you right away. They've been doing research on this line for many years. You'll be shocked how far back they've gone.
Trisha

Yarnell

Trisha (View posts)
Posted: 20 Dec 2000 6:03PM GMT
I haven't seen that name yet, however my Yarnell line was from that area as well. I'm thinking that its a cousin. I'll check on that. Have you joined the Yarnell club at eGroups.com. I'm sure they would probably be able to tell you right away. They've been doing research on this line for many years. You'll be shocked how far back they've gone.
Trisha

Yarnell

Trisha (View posts)
Posted: 20 Dec 2000 6:05PM GMT
I haven't seen that name yet, however my Yarnell line was from that area as well. I'm thinking that its a cousin. I'll check on that. Have you joined the Yarnell club at eGroups.com. I'm sure they would probably be able to tell you right away. They've been doing research on this line for many years. You'll be shocked how far back they've gone.
Trisha

Vina Ann Yarnell

Vera (View posts)
Posted: 4 Jan 2001 9:29PM GMT
Vina (originally LaVina in earliest census)
was the daughter of George and Harriet (Stiles) Yarnell. Harriet was George's
first wife. He was the 13th and last child of George and Sarah (Newburn) Yarnall/Yarnell.
(This is our direct line, from George Sarah's 11th child.) Vina appears in the 1850 census of Windsor Twp., Morgan Co., Ohio,
as LaVina, age 2. I have the Yarnall/Yarnell line back to immigrant ancestor, with documentation,
if you are interested.

Vina Yarnell

Posted: 5 Jan 2001 6:08PM GMT
Edited: 6 Aug 2001 5:49PM GMT
Thanks for the reply to my quiery, I have received several from Yarnell researchers. Everyone a wonderful addition. I will give Mariyln your reply and see what she wants to do, I am only a friend of the family with a computer. Again thanks for the reply I will be in touch.

Vina Yarnell

Mary Y. (View posts)
Posted: 12 Feb 2001 6:25PM GMT
Vera, did Marilyn express any interest in contacting another descendant in the
George and Sarah (Newburn) Yarnell line? I have Newburn info she might
find of interest. And I don't mind using "snail mail" to exchange data!
Hope to hear from you.
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