Bureau of Missing Persons Query by Jean E. Rotrock in May 1989
(f) ROTROCK, Jean E., 1315 Rambla St., Tampa, FL 33612 (Hillsborough). Need p John HALE b 1784 RI, lived in NY State then Huron Co Ohio, m Polly (?), daus: Mary b NY 1827 m Marcus CLOUGH; Louisa b 1833 m Gideon COVILLE, moved to Mich. Where did parents live and die after 1855? Need parents, siblings Marcus CLOUGH b 1822 Chardon, Ohio? Need p Mary TRICKLEb 1785, Joshua b 1788, Robert b 1792 Hampshire Co, now WVA. Joshua m Mary HEETER 1811 in Pickaway Co Ohio, moved to Vermillion Co 111. Need p Peter MURRAY, Peter and George b ca 1760 Washington Co NY. Peter served RW, m who? Had son David West in 1790.
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The above query appeared in The Bureau of Missing Ancestors section also referred to as "Directory of Genealogists" which appeared in each issue of The Genealogical Helper. The queries pertained to the exchange of family information, request for help on family names, offers to aid others researching the same family lines, and other information on family surnames. MyGenShare.com has OCR'd the original text found in print format. Extensive attempts have been made to correct errors created by through the OCR process. Some errors may have been overlooked.
The county name which appears in parenthesis after the name and address of each entry is the county of residence of the querist.
The abbreviations in the parenthesis ( ) at the beginning of each query represent the following classifications: A- Amateur Genealogist (one who is just beginning in genealogical research); F-Family Genealogist (one who is working with a family group or organization on family lines); or P-Professional Genealogist (one who does genealogical research for a fee).
The following abbreviations were used throughout The Bureau of Missing Ancestors section. Abt-about; aft-after; anc-ancestor; ans-answer; b-born; bap-baptized; bd-birthdate; bef-birthdate; bef-before; bet-between; bpl-place of birth; bro-brother; bros-brothers; bur-buried; ca-circa; cem-cemetery; cen-census; ch-child of children; Co-Country; crspd-correspond; csn-cousin; CW-Civil War; d-died; dau-daughter; desc-descendant; desr-desire; div-divorced; dpl-place of death; f-father; fam-family; f-i-l-father-in-law; fol-following; gch-grandchildren; gf-grandfather; gp- grandparents; h-husband; 1-h-first husband; info-information; li-lived or living; m-married; m-1-marriage first; m-i-l-mother-in-law; mor-mother; mov-moved; nm-name; org-organization; p-parents, parentage; Par-Parish; poss-possibly; Pro-Province; prob-probably; rec-record; res-resided; RW-Revolutionary War; s-son; SASE-Self-addressed stamped envelope; sis-sister; sol-soldier; srnm-surname; Twp-Township; w-wife; 1-w-first wife; wid-widow; xch-exchange.