I would like to offer you an exchange of service. I am stuck on a certain line that I am working. I saw where you posted on Genforum that you go to Kokomo library and that you offered another person your time to look up an obituary while there.I think that my problem could be solved if I could find an obituary for the following individual. -- Effie Bell Mix Effie Bell Mixwas born in Mar 1889 inKentucky. She died on 27 Jun 1951. She was buried on 30 Jun 1951 in Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana.
I currently am in Florida but will return to my home in Ohio about the middle of January 2005. --- At that time, I could do some searching on your Alexanders of Preble County based on your Genforum queries. Even if you are not going to Kokomo and can’t help me with the obituary, I will still see what I can find in Ohio. Let me know what you think of this proposal. Are you also searching for Sneathen ancestors??? **************.
Your post read: Alexanders of Preble co OH & Randolph co Indiana My ggg-grandfather was married in Preble county Ohio and moved to Wayne County, Indiana, then he bounced around the the state. But, Wayne county and Randolph county are neighboring counties I do believe and I can not get past him so I'm hoping that you can connect as a brother or something. His name was William and married Elizabeth Sneathen. *************. We have two very good libraries where they have information for all the counties of Ohio. I may be able to find something on your Alexanders ************. Your other posting read: I am searching for William Alexander who was born about 1811 possibly in Ohio, he married Elizabeth Sneathen on April 25, 1829 in Preble county Ohio. They had nine children,Sarah-1830, Hannah-1832, ??-1834, Elijah H-1836, Cornelius Clark-1838, Morgan(possibly Marion Morgan)-1840, Phebe-1845, Susannah-1848 and Isaac-1848. It is believed that all the children were born in Ohio. I'm not sure when they moved to Indiana and I'm not sure if all the children came. Can not find Williams parents and lose track of him after 1850. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.