Mohney and All Allied Lines

COLLECTING DUST

 

Alive, they are the people of Ch'en Village;

Dead, they become the dust of Ch'en Village.

Pu-Chu-I

Ninth century AD, China

 

A genealogy is always a work in progress.  As the family grows, I continue to question, document, study and revise.  This page will be frequently updated.

LAYERS OF DUST

A Surname  List

 

RAISING DUST

Putting faces to the names -- a photograph album spanning 130 years

 

WRITTEN IN THE DUST

Letters and documentation

 

Arrival of Constance Hopkins, 1622
Charged with Witchcraft, 1692
Last Will and Testament, Johann Mohney
A letter from Antigua, 1808 
Marriage Certificate of Ann Elizabeth Butler and Samuel W. Foss, 1853
Wedding Quilt
Wedding Dinner, 1894
On the death of W. H. Foss (two items)
Oakland, Kansas, from 1890 to 1910
Letters giving clues to a Lamb genealogy (five items)

 

DUSTSTORMS 

War years 

 

King Philips War -- 1675-1676
The Civil War --  Injury in Tennessee
The Civil War -- Mustering of the 43rd Wisconsin Volunteers
The Civil War -- Hospital Duty at Clarksburg, Tennessee
Russo-Japanese War -- Prisoner of War in Japan
World War II -- Pearl Harbor
World War II -- War in the Pacific -- The first victim of the Kamikaze, The U.S.S. St. Lo
World War II -- European Theater of Operations
Letters from Occupied Germany
Korea

COBWEBS

Shadowy images from the past -- these are photographs of family members whose names or places in the family are a mystery.

DUSTY RELICS 

 Photographs that were treasured by the families which owned them. 

These are unrelated and unknown people -- do you know them?

 

 

If you have questions or comments about this site, please email me at:

mems@carolina.rr.com

There will be additions made to this site.  Please check back.

Martha Mohney Schneck

17 April 2000