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Kirk Devore Family Tree

Updated December 7, 2004

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Last year about this time I went to my mother asking questions about my grandparents. She told me some stories that she had heard and wanted to show me where my grandfather Devore was buried. Although it had been years since she went there with my father and didn't know which cemetery he was buried at. The first cemetery we went to was Patterson Cemetery near Forest, Ohio. She didn't think that was the right cemetery but we went in anyways. As I took my year old son we walked around, I saw a stone turned over. Feeling sorry for whom ever was buried there I went and picked it up. To my surprise it was a Devore. I wrote her name down and later looked her up on the net. This would come to be my great-great-grandmother. Ever since then I have being looking for my family and their graves so that I can past it on to my son and they will be able to take of our family's graves and keep a history of our Family Tree.

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  • Thomas Ward Pangborn Family (187 KB)
    Thomas Ward Pangborn was the son of Matilda Ward and Joseph Dexter Pangborn. Matilda was the daughter of Thomas Ward and Mary Calrow both born in England and came to Ohio about 1815. Joseph Dexter Pangborn was the son of Major Joseph Pangborn and Bersheba Dexter
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  • Thomas Ward Family (2 KB)
    This tells you a little about Thomas and Mary (Calrow) Ward and their Family. They came from England to Big Island, Ohio. This page will be up dated soon.
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