18 May 1919

What an interesting date to discuss. 

Carl Fremont Jones was in Platte, Wyoming Wheatland area working on ranch.
Ida Foulk JONES lived in Wheatland, Wyoming with Ray, Etta, Gerald and Muriel as children.
Ray was in Grade School. It was a one room school and I have a picture of it. He took me there.
She took in sewing. 

Dorothy Hoffman's parents lived in Taylor, Appanoose, IA.  She was born the next June after the move from IA.
Inez Mae Scott Hoffman had three children to take care of. Mom not born.She had two siblings born after her.
Cecil Lee Hoffman farmed and helped others when he could. It was the age of everyone helped others so they would 
all succeed. He was well liked, told stories and jokes with twinkling blue eyes.
Made the move due to health and allergies, breathing issues. 

Mom was the first Wyoming born child for them.

His father Franklin Marion Hoffman was in Taylor, Appanoose, IA  He was already a widower. He farmed. His MOM lived with him.
His Grandmother Rachel Plants Hoffman was alive in Moravia, IA. She made hats and gardened and had a canary she kept to make
sure they would not die from poison air.


Graves—Thomas Graves

 Thomas Graves was born about 1797. He enlisted from Deerfield, NY in the War of 1812 in 1813 and served about a year. He was discharged at Sacketts Harbor and walked home, probably near Deerfield unk.

He married Mariah S. ( ), She died 1842 and is buried in St Matthew’s churchyard, Unadilla, Otsego co., NY. He then married Olive Owens in 1843. They lived in Unadilla according to tax rolls. He died in 1865 in Sidney, Delaware co., NY and is buried in St Matthew’s also. Need parents and siblings.

 

 Thomas 1797 (see preceding comment) had son Clark b1854 Unadilla. died WV, had son Frank b 1877 PA and son Clarence 1886 PA. Both boys married in WV. and had children. Sound familiar to anyone?

Please contact Shirley Becker  at clanroots@gmail.com or SusiCP@cox.net

Scientists Decipher Ancient Mathematical Mystery

Scientists Decipher Ancient Mathematical Mystery

National Geographic Education Blog

WORLD

A 3700-year-old Babylonian clay tablet may be the world’s oldest trigonometric table—and in many ways, more accurate than any today. (The Guardian)

What other “firsts” were documented in ancient clay tablets?

Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers Toolkit, including today’s simple MapMaker Interactive map.

Discussion Ideas

Plimpton 322 was unearthed in the ancient Babylonian city of Larsa, in what is today Iraq.

  • The fascinating new research analyzes Plimpton 322, a 3700-year-old Babylonian clay tablet written in cuneiform. What is cuneiform?
    • Cuneiform is a written language made up of different collections of wedge or triangle shapes. Cuneiform was common throughout many cultures of ancient Mesopotamia, including Sumeria, Akkadia, Assyria, and Babylonia.
      • Mesopotamia is an ancient name for the rich valley of the Tigris-Euphrates river system. The Tigris-Euphrates river system includes most of what is now Iraq, and parts of Kuwait…

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New Feature -new filtering system for DNA Matches.

On Jun 28, 2018, at 10:34 AM, Daniel Horowitz wrote:

Dear Susi,

We’re excited to announce the release of a new feature — a brand new filtering system for DNA Matches — and we’d be delighted if you would write about it and share with your followers (and of course try it for yourself 🙂 )

Thanks to the growth of our database, most users on MyHeritage now have thousands of DNA Matches. Managing all those DNA Matches, and making sense of them has become a challenge — and this is exactly where the new filtering system comes in!

Filtering lets you view a subset of your DNA Matches at a time, focusing on those that match particular criteria, of more interest to you. We’ve added a beautiful user interface to the DNA Overview page that lets you filter your DNA Matches easily by relationship, by country or by ethnicity. And we’ve added a powerful filter toolbar that lets you do all that, and much more. Using the new filter toolbar, you can combine multiple filters, and filter matches by additional criteria such as those that have a family tree, have shared ancestral surnames with you or have Smart Matches™ with you.

Filtering of DNA Matches can be combined with sorting and searching. For example, you can easily find all your DNA Matches that include “Gordon” in the name of the match or as an ancestral surname, filtering them to view only those who have a particular ethnicity and live in a particular country, while sorting them alphabetically or by the amount of shared DNA.

These powerful capabilities, together with the high accuracy of the matches, make MyHeritage’s DNA Matches the most powerful and easy to use DNA matches on the market today — in our humble opinion 🙂. Anyone who has taken a MyHeritage DNA test or has uploaded DNA data from another service can now take advantage of our new filtering system for DNA Matches, and it’s free! (Some advanced features in the DNA Match review page require a subscription, such as viewing the ethnicity results of a DNA Match).

As part of this update, we’ve also made some improvements to the user interface of the DNA Matches in general. For example, we placed ethnicity and DNA Matches on two adjacent tabs to make it very easy to switch from one to the other for any of the DNA kits you manage.  Viewing family trees of your DNA Matches now uses the Pedigree View.

Many users have told us that we have the best user interface for DNA Matches, and now we’ve made it even better.

Please see the full blog post here with a step-by-step guide on how to use it: https://blog.myheritage.com/2018/06/revolutionary-new-filtering-system-for-dna-matching/

Feel free to use the image below on your blogs/social media

Best regards,

Daniel Horowitz

Genealogy Expert

MyHeritage (USA) Inc.,
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Lehi, Utah

2nd & 3rd Great Great Grandparents

Noyes Jones  1809-1881                         father Noel JONES mother Susannah  ukn  No data

Susan Madison 1818-1881                   mother John Mattison. & Elizabeth??  no data

 

Abraham Dorrison Young Jr. 1812-1883     F Abraham D. Young Sr.1784-1857                                                                                                     M   Hannah Wright 1781-1863

Hannah Bohn 1826-1896                              father  Bohn in Europe ditto Mom still digging

 

William Henry Foulk  1846- 1940                father Peter Foulk/ FOLK Jr  1803 -1885 &                                                                                                                   Susannah Martin Showalter  1805-1886

Katherine/C Ann Myers 1845- 1922             father John Myers  1809-         &                                                                                                                         Sarah Elizabeth Foulk  (Jane) 1813-1860

George Herbert Eastman  1832- 1910        father Abijah Stoddard Eastman 1778 – 1852                                                                                                    Esther Thomas 1796-

Lydia Trowbridge  1841-1900                      father Prosper Trowbridge 1808-1850                   –                                                                                         Margaret Sharpe

 

Sanford Hoffman/Huffman 1814-1903     father Henry Hoffman 1803 – 1879 &                                                                                                                Elizabeth Higgins 1809-1877

Rachel Plants/ was Plantz 1836-1920       father George Plants   1803- 1887   &                                                                                                                Catherine Stollar  1801 -1893

Robert Duvall                                                             Eli Duvall 1790 – 1872   &                                                                                                                         Elizabeth Richey  1797-1872

Harriet Duvall                                                             Jacob Duvall    1789-1864 &                                                                                                                     Jane Patterson  1788 – 1854

John Cornelius Scott                                                 Shadrack Scott Sr.  1790- 1850   &                                                                                                         Harriet Cynthia Lewis 1798 -1887

Rebecca Morrow                                                       John Jackson Morrow  1793-1849    &                                                                                                   Patience Rebecca Tuttle 1806=1854

Daniel Warden                                                          Samuel Warden 1798-1884        &                                                                                                          Margaret Fuller    1801-1897

Mary J Langdon                                                         Joseph Langdon    1800 – 1863     &                                                                                                           Arteminta Brammer  1807-

 

Not all are completed due to lack of Information or very conflicting information.

Johann Phillip Penticoff/Benighoff & Family

As this family grows and the name moves around a bit, I will share some of what I know proven and data sent by others they say are proven.

Here is link to region where he was born.

Satellite map of Bischheim (Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz) : Google™

1. He was born 30 Jan 1740  Bischeim, Rhineland, Pfatz, Germany

2, In 1776, Upper Salford, Montgomery Co. PA, was Phllip Jacob Benighoff/Penticoff and Elisabeth Margareth Schwam at their marriage.

3. She was born 1 Sept 1752 Montgomery Co. PA, she passed away pre 1854. PA

4. I only have where Phiilip Jacob  passed, New Tripoli, Lynn Twp. Lehigh Co. PA. Still need more data from kin in Pennsylvania.

5. http://susischattyperformances.blogspot.com/2016/09/pentico-ancestors-and-some-tidbits.html

6.  Johann Philip Penticoff/Benighoff b 28 Oct. 1770 Montgomery Co. PA d 26 Sept 1839 Union Co. PA  born raised here name very muttled over time. Some documents have two or three spellings.

7.  Catherine Miller, b 23 August 1772 Union Co. PA,  d 1848 Buffalo Twp. Union Co. PA.

Mary Pentico Nelson has data on the Young /JUNG line. My sister in law.

8. Heinrich JUNG was born in PA, his parents were born in Europe. Data not handy. Henrich Jung later Young married and had children.

9.  Catherine Young b 1810, New Hanover, Montgomery Co. PA, d 23 Aug 1886 Mound Praire, Jasper, Iowa.  married according to family records? April 1825 Yorktown, Clearfield Co. PA

10. John Penticoff (multi varients) b 1800 Pennsylvania d 18 July 1857 Pleasant Valley, Scott Co. Iowa.

11. 1830 census Lycoming Jersey Shores, PA  Parents across river on homestead.

1830 census Lycoming Jersey Shore, PA

2 1- — 1 ————1

Jacob Young beneath John Pentico  kin

jacob Plantz beneath him also kin

1840 Burnside Clearfield Co PA

1850 Burnside Clearfield Co PA

1857 Pleasant Valley, Scott Co IA  death

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Children we have of record: George W. , **Phillip, John, Henry, Simon, Peter, Jacob, Susannah, Matthew and Catherine.

Peter ‘s war records

U.S., Adjutant General Military Records, 1631-1976 – Ancestry.com  re Peter CW

Phillip Pentico 1828- 1917  w Mary Rolland 1833-1913

Birth Date: 7 Dec 1828

Birth Place: Pennsylvania, USA

Death Date:  2 Oct 1917

Death Place: Prairie City, Jasper County, Iowa, USA

Cemetery: Westview Cemetery

Burial or Cremation Place: Prairie City, Jasper County, Iowa, USA

Spouse:Mary Pentico

Mother: Catherine Pentico

Children:

William Pentico

Jordan Pentico

Jeremiah Pentico

Mary Emeline Pentico

Solomon Pentico

URL:

http

Phillip Pentico – Ancestry.com

ME:

Philip Pentico

RESIDENCE:

1901 – Des Moines; Vandalia; Des Moines; Mingo; Poweshiek, Jasper, Iowa

U.S., Indexed County Land Ownership Maps, 1860-1918

New Washington, PO

1860 United States Federal Census – Ancestry.com

Name:Philip Pentico

Age:32

Birth Year:abt 1828

Gender:Male

Birth Place:Pennsylvania

Home in 1860:Chest, Clearfield, Pennsylvania

Post Office:New Washington

Family Number:2459

Value of real estate:View image

Household Members:

Name

Age

Philip Pentico  32

Mary Pentico 28

David Pentico 7

Emanuel Pentico**7

Solomon Pentico 5

Wm Pentico 3

Matthew Pentico 19

Additional data:

Name:Phillip Pentico

Residence:Clearfield, Pennsylvania

Congressional District:19th

Class:1

uscwdraft registrtion recores 1863- 1865

NO>9  Chest

Abraham Roland  no.10

-g 134 Henry Pentice no. 2 Burnside

 You can see where family’s met and interlinked.

Today reading the Will, Guardianship papers we learned that Franklin Andrew Pentico became guardian of his Aunt at his  father’s death. His Mother asked the court to appoint him and he had home, job, wife and child and which means she grew up with Aunt Marie, Dad Pentico’s sister. Both born same year.

More to come. 4-6-2018  Susi Jones Pentico wife of Fred E Pentico USNRet.  AMSC