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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Myers, Diana Lynn (I213)
 
2 Also seen spelled Ruhama Lemley, Ruama (I532)
 
3 Also seen the name spelled Leasure Lemley, Lezear (I531)
 
4 Anglicized German name of Froelich. Fraley, Mary Evalena (I279)
 
5 Birth place is either Monroe County, Ohio or York, Belmont, Ohio. We have seen both but neither documented. Oneacre, Fredrick (I12)
 
6 Chief sources:

1) http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/2380606/person/-1189961017?ssrc=&ml_rpos=54

2)http://records.ancestry.com/rebecca_jackson_records.ashx?pid=37175597 
Jackson, Rebecca (I508)
 
7 Clyde J. Fitzsimmons
Birth 24 Dec 1920
Death 19 Feb 2006
Burial Northview Cemetery, New Martinsville Wetzel County, West Virginia, USA

Memorial ID findagrave.com
147629093
FITZSIMMONS, Clyde J., 85, of New Martinsville, W.Va., died February 19, 2006.

He was born December 24, 1920 in Wetzel County, a son of the late Ray and Verchie Carpenter.

Clyde was employed by the W.Va. State Road Department, was a member of the Limestone United Methodist Church and was a veteran of the U.S. Army

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Howard.

Surviving are a sister, Helen M. Little, Weirton, W.Va.; a niece, Norma Jean Higginbotham, Ephrata, Pa.; a nephew, Carl F. Goddard, E. Springfield, Ohio.

Visitation Wednesday from 6-9 p.m. at the Iams Funeral Home, New Martinsville, W.Va. where services will be held Thursday 11 a.m. with Pastor Bill Stokes officiating. Interment in Northview Cemetery.

The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Open Door Ministries of New Martinsville or to the Limestone United Methodist Church.

Obit posted in an Ancestry.com message board by Darlene Cross.
 
Fitzsimmons, Clyde J (I1662)
 
8 Cropper had two wives & the writer here assumes Mary Ann Cropper is the daughter of his first wife because of chronology.  Family F436
 
9 Daughter of Mary Skelton and an Eaton. Adopted by William after he married her mother. Scales, Sarah Eaton (I1429)
 
10 Decedents source: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/68098992/person/34172686736

and

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/74379413/person/36295089279?ssrc=&ml_rpos=2

http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/72282391/person/32259472809?ssrc=&ml_rpos=14

 
Kocher, Mary Ann (I193)
 
11 Died Between 1870 AND 1877 Dawson, George (I704)
 
12 Died in plane crash in South America Barrett, Ralph Oren (I1132)
 
13 Died shortly after moving to Booneville, IN a about age 15 Powers, Prentice (I1087)
 
14 Ella had a twin sister that died infancy. Oneacre, Ella Barbara (I25)
 
15 Family members listed come from a copied 1860 census included in Carpenter Information document listed below. Carpenter, Arron (I386)
 
16 First name seen as Bendicht and Benedict Suter, Benedict (I678)
 
17 From Gary Davis' Descendants of Eyacher 2008 Oneacre, Priscilla (I216)
 
18 Have seen death year as both 1905 and 1906 Suters, Anna Barbara (I402)
 
19 Helen Marie Fitzsimmons Little
Birth 25 Dec 1922
Death 5 Aug 2012
Burial Northview Cemetery, New Martinsville Wetzel County, West Virginia, USA

Memorial ID 147685987 findagrave.com

LITTLE, Helen Marie Goddard, 89, of Weirton, went home to be with the Lord on August 5, 2012. Her family was at her side.

Born on December 25, 1922, in New Martinsville, WV she was the daughter of the late Ray and Verchie Carpenter Fitzsimmons. She was also preceded in death by her first husband, Carl F. Goddard on September 27, 1966, and her second husband, Dale Little on November 5, 2006, two brothers, Howard and Clyde Fitzsimmons.

Helen graduated from Magnolia High School. She married Carl F. Goddard, the owner of Goddard Nationwide Insurance Agency in Weirton and was a homemaker until his death in September of 1966. Following her husband's death, Helen was employed as a secretary with Richard Mamula's Nationwide Insurance Agency in Weirton for many years. On January 1, 1983 she married Dale L. Little.

In her free time Helen enjoyed crocheting, quilting, camping and listening to Gospel Music. She was a longtime member of the Weirton First Church of the Nazarene.

She is survived by her son, C. Fred (Karen) Goddard of Bergholz, OH; her daughter, Norma (Rev. Kenneth) Higginbotham of Ephrata, PA; her two grandchildren, Kristin Goddard of Aurora, CO, and Cory Goddard of Pittsburgh, PA.

Visitation will be 5-8 PM Tuesday at the Greco Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street Weirton, WV, where funeral services will be conducted 10 AM Wednesday.

Rev. Larry Barkley will preside.

Interment will follow at Northview Cemetery, New Martinsville, WV.

Memorial contributions in Helen's memory may be made to the Weirton First Church of the Nazarene 475 Collier Way Weirton, WV 26062.

The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Registers, August 6, 2012 
Fitzsimmons, Helen Marie (I1663)
 
20 Her second marrige Ballenger, Sissy (I1372)
 
21 I (Phil Oneacre) have found his given name spelled Ernest and Earnest. His death record data shows it as Earnest so that is what is am using at this time. Oneacre, Earnest W (I262)
 
22 If the data is correct there are two sets of twins (non unheard of) and two Rachels and two Elis. Could be the first child died young or in child birth and the parents reused the name. Family F231
 
23 In the records Hans Jacob last name is spelled Sauter Suter, Hans Jacob (I682)
 
24 Maiden Name: Loveall
First Husband: John Travis who died 1896 
Travis, Mary Loveall (I446)
 
25 Marriage date is wrong? Moss, Fratina Lorene (I925)
 
26 Mary's last name on Marriage Certificate is Shirley while it also shows up in other records as Bickerton . Her mother, Elizabeth, is listed as Bickerton. This led some to assume that Mary is from an earlier marriaage but lived as a daughter to James and Elizabeth Bickerton and are listed as he parents on her Marriage Certificate. There is also the possibility Shirley was married to a Shirely before marrying J Gorby. Shirley, Mary (I397)
 
27 Mary's place on birth on her Marriage Certificate is England but at other times it is listed as VA and later as WV on census Shirley, Mary (I397)
 
28 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Oneacre, Tobi (I329)
 
29 Not really sure that Fredrick is a son of Felix and Annier. To be so would mean he was born when his parents were 12 years old. Kanzig, Fredrick (I35)
 
30 Not sure of this Ronda (I1320)
 
31 One source (below) has her name as Hazel E and another (http://www.geni.com/people/Bertha-L-Oneacre/6000000027859151333) has it middle name as Lenova. Carpenter, Hazel E (I274)
 
32 One undocumented source had given name as Ann Elizabeth. Death certificate shows only Elizabeth. Kanzig, Annie Elizabeth (I13)
 
33 One undocumented source has John's birth place as Eriz, Bern, Switzerland
 
Oneacre, John (I192)
 
34 Originally I had the middle name as Lee but it appears to be Lewis. I have also seen it shown as Louis. My source for Lee was an email from John William Oneacre of Canton, OH - his grandfather. My source is Lewis is www.ancestry.com World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Oneacre, Alfred Lewis (I200)
 
35 Possible situation: On 1940 census Paul is listed as a Oneacre but it appears he was adopted by his mother's second husband and took the Zane name. A marriage lic for Paul Zane puts his birth year at 1938 the same as for Paul Oneacre.

Also see Obituary for Gloria (Oneacre) Zane Bailey below in documents. 
Oneacre, Paul (I433)
 
36 Records are unclear who his mother was at this time so this will be left blank. Family F211
 
37 second child of Minnie and Henry Gilmer Gellner, Minnie Agusta (I116)
 
38 Second marriage for both. Bride's maiden name was Loveall. Family F160
 
39 See Virginia M Oneacre for family enumeration source Family F106
 
40 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Koerfer, Heidi Lee (I1729)
 
41 Sometimes seen with no middle name and sometimes with a middle initial of S.  Lemley, David Samuel (I523)
 
42 Sometimes shown as Elizabeth Lemley, Margaret Elizabeth (I525)
 
43 Son of Robert Smith and Emma Howell Smith Smith, Adam Anthony (I149)
 
44 Source: http://www.geni.com/people/Bertha-L-Oneacre/6000000027859151333 Carpenter, Paul W (I276)
 
45 Source: http://www.geni.com/people/Bertha-L-Oneacre/6000000027859151333 Carpenter, Eva Mahie (I275)
 
46 Source: http://www.geni.com/people/Bertha-L-Oneacre/6000000027859151333 Carpenter, Amos Harold (I277)
 
47 The birth/death dates do not calculate so there appears to be a serious with the validity of this entry. It is almost like it should be a whole century earlier. Morgan, Martha (I736)
 
48 The only doc I can find with his name is his death certificate and it shows has name as Amos Harold. However I have found several records for Harold Amos Carpenter with the same birth and death dates. We are looking for the correct name if anyone knows. Carpenter, Amos Harold (I277)
 
49 The town of Hundred, WV was named after the couple for both lived pass 100 years of age. Family F132
 
50 To Phil Oneacre
From Jack Furbee - MHS 1952 - email rec 8/8/2010

...thanks for all the information about Aunt Dora. The marriage information was quite interesting. I canít believe they were so young when I first knew them as a child in the Van Camp community of Wetzel County. Uncle Martin worked for Al Oneacre where he learned the carpentry trade. He probably met Aunt Dora when working for Uncle Martin. In the late 1930ís they visited the Long home on the Bernan Hill in Van Camp almost every Sunday afternoon. Euna Brady Van Camp Long was Uncle Martinís sister was the reason they visited them on the hill. My family lived with the Longs. Uncle Martin and Aunt Dora were wonderful people; they laughed a lot as I recall from childhood. They would have been great parents. What a trip it was up the Bernan Hill to visit us, but they were certainly welcome. I recall the beautiful brick house Uncle Martin built on the lot adjacent to Oneacres; I also remember Mrs. Renner Oneacre. Itís amazing how her name returned to my memory when I saw it in your genealogical record. I also remember the Oneacres and Uncle Martin and Aunt Dora attending church at the VC Methodist Church on Sunday afternoons. Great old days. Perhaps you would like to read some of the stories I wrote about the VC community for our Magnolia website. You can find them on the website archives.  
Oneacre, Dora May (I31)
 

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