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In Central Pa. I am looking for info on Thomas J. DARLING (bd abt. 1820) married to Jane Purvis abt 1840) They had 6 sons. Son John married Arabelle Emery or Emory. I'd like to find Thomas's and Jane's parents or siblings

In Chicago or central Pa, I am looking for info on Jacob NUNEMAKER (bd abt 1860) and Anna LIGHTNER (bd abt 1860) parents of Charles Grover Nunemaker (bd 7/24/86) who married Emma Darling (b.d. 4/3/1886)

In Texas or Mississippi I am looking for the parents and siblings of Henry S. KING (bd abt 1885). I am also looking for the mother of James Preston KING (bd abt.May 1906)Henry's oldest son. They married abt 1905 and she died before 1918, when he remarried Eliza White. He then had 7 more children, 6 girls and one boy.

James Preston married Cordie Mac Daniel about 1929, Probably somewhere in Mississippi. They had 5 children, James Jr.(1930), Jesse Eugene(1932), Douglas (1934), Wanda (1936), Ronald Van 1949). All but James Jr, have married and have children.

In eastern Pa (Phila), or Vineland or Westfield, N.J. I am looking for information on Joseph BRILL (name changed when he immigrated from southern Italy or Sicily about 1900), and Stella SCHEER (bd 1890) daughter of Mary E.??? and Frank W. Scheer of Phila
They may have been from around Vineland or Westville, NJ since their first 2 children were born there. I believe Frank was a merchant seaman.

If anyone has any info I would be most appreciative and would gladly share any information I have, that you may need.

Thomas J. Darling- Pa. / Henry S. King -Tx / Brill - Pa , NJ
Updated August 8, 2011

Mary Ann - Hornbaker
2115 Lymington Road
Carrollton, Texas 75007
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  • Thomas J. & Jane Purvis Darling & Sons 1870 (Pa) (18 KB)
    This picture was taken in 1870. Seated in front are Thomas & Jane with their son John S.(1843). The back row, left to right are Norman (1853), Thomas (1851), Alfred (1849), Joseph (1847), and Robert (1845). Thomas (Sr.)shoemaker in the civil war made all the shoes shown. John S. was a corporal in Co. G 49th Regiment of the union army. Joseph was an inventor.
  • MaryAnn & Kids 2001 - not 2000 -error on photo (118 KB)
    This is the last time we were all together. error on photo it was 2001
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