Davis and Deyoe Family History

The Genealogy of Lester and Eleanor Davis

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We extend our sincere appreciation to the following persons who have helped us, worked with us, corrected us, supported us and added to our research in so many immeasurable ways (others will be added as contacts are made). In alphabetical order by last names:
Jane Anne Angle has furnished information about the Angle line.
Brenda Artz has provided information about the Artz line.
Anita Batz has contacted us concerning the Ritzman line.
Janice Briggs has provided some additional information about the Force and See lines.
Dennis Bussic has done extensive research in the Ritzman line.
Lisette Carmichael has provided information about the Smith line.
Frank Carpenter has been in touch about the Deyoe line.
Lori Chaffee has provided information about the branch of the Benfer line that stayed in Ohio.
Brian Christensen has done extensive work on the Deyoe line.
Margaret Benfer Clark has provided information about the Benfer line.
Estelle Cooley has provided information about the Cooley line.
Larry Cooley has provided information about the Cooley line.
Tom and Betsey Cooley have done intensive research into the Cooley, Davis, Harper and related lines and has provided a GEDCOM to us. We continue to stay in contact periodically with updates to our web-site.
Roger Cramer has done an amazing amount of work researching the entire Ritzman and related lines. We are still in contact occasionally with changes and additions to our data bases.
Fred Custer has provided information about the Angle line.
Glen Davis our son, developed and maintains our web site. Without him our site would not be possible. He deserves all of the credit for the presentation of our information.
Michael Dean has provided information about the Cooley line.
Kerri Deyoe has provided information about the Deyoe line.
Rick Deyoe has provided information about the Deyoe line.
Family Association - Deyoe has prepared for publication and sale the 2003 Edition of the Book The Deyo(e) Family. This publication is invaluable for its depth of research.
Jim and Elsie Eaves have done extensive research in the early families that came to Pennsylvania from Germany. They have a web-site (see Links on our web-site) that contains 80,000 plus individuals. I have used their site extensively to verify the information that I have as well as filling in, and fleshing-out, missing information on our site. Their research is impeccable and we have collaborated many times in working to make both of our sites as accurate as is possible.
Linda Ely has provided information about the Benfer line.
Wayne Faust has been in contact with information about several lines of our Pennsylvania based ancestors.
Estelle Gordon has provided information about the Cooley line.
Christopher Grauer has performed research in the Calladine line.
Michal Hall has sent some very important history about the Owens line.
Jackie Reesman Harrell has provided information about the Ritzman line.
George W. Hartman, Jr. has provided information on the Hartman line.
Shelly Taymore Hepner has provided information about the Hepner line.
Wesley Howard has provided information concerning the Cooley line.
Shelby Hrach has done an incredible job researching the Klingler (and related) lines. She gave permission to utilize her database to "flesh-out" the Klingler line as follows: Hello again, Thank you for the permission to use your material. You have done a wonderful and thorough bit of research. I was referred to a posting in genealogy.com that was posted by Deb Mitchell in September, 2000. The thread started as Klingler Line in PA. She stated that she was descended from a John and Mary (Unknown) Klingler who died in 1787 in Heidelburg, Berks County, Pennsylvania, USA. Mary (Unknown) is undoubtedly Anna Maria Duegener. According to the posting, they had 9 children including Christine Klingler who was born in 1758. The given name is spelled with both and "e" and an "a" in various databases. I generally only use internet generated information as a starting point for further analysis There was enough corroborating evidence with information already in my possession that I am reasonable certain that it is the same person. In any event, I will put the information up on our site with proper credit to you and to others. If you were to find anything of interest on our site you certainly have our permission to use it. Thanks again and keep up the good work. Lester B Davis On 12/19/2011 12:58 PM, SHELBY HRACH wrote: > sure Lester, use whatever. I can tell you that I do not see the name Christina Klingler in my database, however. > I do not see any Aigler in the database, either. > > Shelby Hrach, RN,OCN,BSN
Chris Jones has collaborated on the Angle line.
Michael Jones has done extensive research into the Aigler and related lines.
Darcy Klonsky has helped us with Weiser line.
Kristi Kreis has contacted us concerning a branch of the Deyoe line.
Debbie Lanphere has been in contact with information about the Cline line.
Betty Lilyquist has furnished data about the Ritzman line.
Thomas Lynn has sent information concerning the Ritzman line.
Carmen Marzano and I have been in communication concerning the Cole family line.
Bill and Nancy McPhee have helped immensely with the John Ritzman/Emma Woodring branch of the Ritzman line.
Sally Mead has given us information about the Jury line.
Teresa Meinert has provided information about the Benfer line.
Andrea Miller has provided information about the Aigler, Benfer, Miller and related lines. She has graciously shared information that her father, Herbert R. Miller, so carefully accumulated through the years.
Herbert R. Miller who is deceased and was formerly of Republic, Seneca County, Ohio, USA has performed extensive work on the Aigler, Benfer, Miller and related lines. His daughter, Andrea, has worked very diligently with us to build and enhance our web-site. Herbert Miller is to be commended for the detailed and accurate manner with which he accumulated his genealogical information for his descendants.
Glenda Trexler Morrise has provided information about the Trexler line.
Edward Olds has given us information about the Welker line.
Russ Ottens has provided information about the Wert line
Kenlyn Perry has given us information about the Klose line.
Kathleen (Peck) Probasco has done a tremendous amount of research in the Peck and related lines.
John Richter has provided an extensive Rtf of the Mattis and related lines that we have selectively added to our site.
Josh Ritzman has provided information about the Ritzman line.
Chandler S. Robbins has given us information about the Cooley line.
Stephen Robbins has provided information about the Deyoe line.
Tim Scheidler has given us information about the Wolfe line.
Edwin and Athleen Schenk have provided much help with the Noah Benfer branch of the Benfer family.
Terry Davidson Schrader has given us help with the Hite line.
Marge Seeman has long been a researcher of the Harper line.
Laura K. Sloper has given us help with the Cooley line.
William and Julie Smith have been invaluable for their extensive research into the Angle, Whitcomb and related lines.
Robert Spallone has given us information about the Stoner line.
Jeff Stone has given us help with the Reemstma line.
Susan Kay Troxell-McFarland has provided information about the Garr line.
LeAnn Wakeman has provided us information about the Cooley line.
Nancy Weaver has provided many photos for the Martin Ritzman/Mary Magdalene Dersham branch of the Ritzman line.
Jenn Winnyk has provided some information that fleshes out the Annanias Shuey line.
Mark Young has done extensive research in the Swartzlander line.
We will give proper credit to those persons who enhance our web-page. Special thanks are extended to those persons listed here. Other credits will be indicated as the owner of a picture or a document or as the provider of a bit of history. If we fail to give proper credit, please let us know about it.

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