Hi, Doug. I'm sending you a reply via e-mail but I will also post this message in case there's someone out there who can help both of us. So nice to hear from you, and so quickly, too. With ties to Cedarville, I imagine you and I are related. My great-grandmother was Lena (alternate spellings are Evalina, Evalena and Lina) Addington who was born in about 1874. When I was a kid, we used to visit Louise Addington Dollarhide who lived near Cedarville.I wish I'd paid more attention to how we were related, because she used to try to explain it to me when I was all of about 9 years old. (I think Louise has one sonstill living, whom I am trying to track down to find more information). Three Addington sisters in Cedarville married three Dollarhide brothers. Louise, I think, was a cousin to my great-grandmother. At any rate, the Addington branch she came from had something like 13 children. They had a sister named Pearl but I' m not finding a Jake or Jacob in that group. Louise had an Uncle Abe whom my Dad used to visit in Nevada, when he was a kid in the 1930s. Dad and his brothers and sisters called Abe "Uncle" as well, so I'm assuming the relationship there.I think you are related to me through Abe. Abe never married. Abe had eight half-brothers and sisters, including a Jake and a Walter Pearl. Abe's mother was Sarah Odis, and his father was Issac Addington.The half-brothers' and sisters' mother was Agnes Loretta Robinson. Issac's father was Jessie L. Addington, and mother was Martha Ann Harshman. If this sounds like the right link to you, let me know and I'll see if I can dig up dates and places for you. I have found a migration of several Addingtons, who were actually born in Washington State, to the Cedarville area at the turn of the century. Curiously enough, it appears my great-grandmother may have been born in Georgia, although I have other information that says she may have been born in Utah. I think I found her on the Washington State censusin 1880, so she would have come here as a baby/infant.