Born This Day in 1870 ~ Mary K. WYCOFF

 

Name: Mary K. WYCOFF

Birth: 10 January 1870; Jefferson County, Ohio

Parents: Rev. Dr. Cornelius William WYCOFF and Martha B. “Mattie” MORRISON

Spouse: Never Married

Death: 25 January 1954; Bethel, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Relationship to Hollie: maternal 2nd cousin 3x removed

Tombstone Tuesday ~ Elezan SHEPHERD

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Elezan Wycoff ~ Shane Area Cemetery (Photo courtesy of Denny Goddard)

Tombstone Tuesday

Name: Elezan SHEPHERD

Birth: 30 May 1836; Jefferson County, Ohio

Death: 07 March 1915; Stowe, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

Parents:Thomas SHEPHERD and Lucinda “Lucy” ARBUCKLE

Spouse: James WYCOFF

Cemetery: Shane Area Cemetery, Jefferson County, Ohio

Relationship to Hollie: wife of maternal 4th great uncle

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