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by Sharon Wick
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Yours truly, Sharon Wick
~ Thanks for your Patience in making
NOTE: Life is
full of changes and changes are what is happening here at Ohio Genealogy
Express. It is back to just me doing the transcribing
and updating along with the wonderful contributors of data who,
incidentally do some transcribing of their own.. In all reality, things will probably move a
little faster now. Keep checking back.
Thank you to all who have
contributed to OGExpress. It is greatly appreciated!
With this... I am doing my
very best to keep this site updated every day. I do need a little help from my viewers.
I keep track of what everyone is looking at and
try to keep up with it. If I see someone is looking at Adams County, I
try to update it ASAP If I see someone is looking at Sandusky County,
I try to update it ASAP. Please do me a favor and sign my guestbook
and put the areas and names you are researching. I will check it
periodically and try to help you find things for your trees. It
will also help other's searching your lines to contact you as well.
This is what Ohio Genealogy
Express is all about. FREE GENEALOGY RESEARCH. I am not in this for the money. This is My
Contribution to Humanity.
Thanks to all who visit. Sincerely, Sharon Wick Owner of Ohio Genealogy Express.
Greetings All you Genealogy Novices & Gurus!
I can hardly believe it is
The days are getting longer. YES!!!!
Thank goodness for that.
I can hardly wait to get out to the yard and make my Flower
Didn't do such a good job last year. This year I will
take the time to do it.
Hoping I get the websites all merged soon.
Been working very very hard on it.
Again, I want to thank the kind gentleman that made a
donation to the website.
I don't know what I would have done without it.
Again, Thank you very much Sir.
I still am very busy in the past few months. I am
trying to go thru every page on this website to make them
better. When I started this site, I knew nothing about
webpage making and so there are lots of wacky looking pages.
I am straightening them all out a little at a time where I
can eventually hook everything up to Genealogy Express for
the MAIN sight.
I have three website domains and I want them to all be in
It will make things easier for everyone.
Please keep in mind the web address, which works fine, but
it is a little plain:
It will take you to three of my websites which are all
connected in some way.
You will like the ending result. Please bookmark it for future use. (or current use)
Please be patient as it will eventually all come together
~ Sharon Wick
I enjoy what I do and I enjoy helping people make their
I myself finally found my great grandmother McPheron /
Adkins' death certificate and her house!
Wow!!!! What an exciting find.
My mother's father passed away in the influenza epidemic in
1918 and with that was kind of a falling apart of that part
of the family.
Thanks to my distant cousin, Paula, I have copies of
wonderful portraits of my great grandmother and grandfather
My cousin, Paula passed away last September in a motorcycle
accident, May She Rest in Peace.
I do know one thing, and that is... If you have a suspected
source, pounce on it because from what I have seen in my own
family tree, most of my sources have passed on to the Great
Had I procrastinated, I wouldn't be as far as I am in my own
I still have several "Brick Walls" to conquer.
One is my Love branch. The farthest back I have found
them is in Lawrence Co., Indiana.
Another is my Earp branch. The farthest I can find my
great great grandmother Milly Earp is in 1853 when she
married my great great grandfather. Simon P. Earp
assumed guardianship over her so she could get married and
his son, Frank and his wife, Mary Earp signed the marriage
Simon lived in Shelby Co., Illinois.
I found her with her new husband in Linn County, Missouri in
And I also know she was remarried to her 2nd husband, George
Leonard in Moultrie Co., Illinois.
Milly Earp was also living in Macon Co., Illinois after her
1st husband died of disease in the Civil War.
~ Sharon Wick ~
Please check the
Calendar of Updates.
You can click the links at the top of that page to go to
prior years' updates.
I have been trying to add data that people have been
Be sure and Don't be
afraid to ask me to transcribe biographies of people listed
on all the county and state pages. That's what I do
and that helps me get motivated on each county site.
Please, Please include the name of the person, the county
and state that you found them in as it makes it a lot
easier for me to find them.
It also makes me curious about what else I can find on the
ALSO... Do NOT be afraid to ask me again if I don't get to
your request as I have lots to do and sometimes I overlook
~ Sharon Wick ~
My website will ALWAYS be free as long as I can keep it
online. I will assist in research as long as it is within my
means. But not if it will cost me money.
That is only fair as I don't charge for this website.
I am still trying to get more biographical indexes
It is now February, 2016 and Kitty is STILL hanging in
there... She is looking a little a little better. Her appetite is much
better. I stopped her medication several months ago.
My sweet cat has Lymphoma but I think it is in remission
Kitty loves to go outside again but now it is getting cold
so she stays in more.
UPDATE ON THE DOG SITUATION:
BUDDY, the Wonder Dog! :-)
Here is a picture of Jim with his "Buddy"
Buddy is doing pretty good. He loves
to go for car / truck rides.
We have to spoil him, as that is our job, so we take him for
rides and to the lake. If it is warm enough out we
just take him to the store and he sits in the car and waits
for us. We leave the windows cracked for him.
Never take him if it is too hot or cold outside though.
It is so cute when he goes with us because the bank and
pizza parlor give him a snack when they see he is in the
Buddy is going "under the knife" on Tuesday, Feb. 2nd, as he has a cyst on his
Please say a little prayer for Buddy. He is the best
dog. Well trained and very friendly. We lucked
out when we rescued him at the dog pound.
Will keep you informed.
help me make sure there is something on each day better.
The however, you can click on the link to the
2015 & 2016 calendar to
see what I have done, by the day, since August, 2010
As always... Work on Ohio Genealogy Express
will be going on as usual and as I said before, I will be
transcribing everything I can get my hands on making
requests my top priorities.
Good Luck in your Research and....
As always...... "Always
Transcribing and Always Free!"
You can sign up for email updates but I just want you
All you have to do is go to my
and see day by day what I have been doing.
See ya in the emails, Yer Trusty Dusty Webmaster....
Oh and one more thing....
if anyone wants to make a donation so that I can find more
data to transcribe, feel free to DONATE
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admitted to Statehood
on March 1, 1803 OHIO's State Flag
was adopted in 1902. The Ohio Burgee, as the swallowtail design is
properly called, was designed by JohnEisemann.
The large blue triangle represents Ohio's hills and valleys, and the
stripes represent the original states of the union; the 4 stars added to
the peak of the triangle symbolize that Ohio was the 17th state admitted
to the union. The white circle with its red center not only
represents the "O" in Ohio, but also suggests Ohio's famous nickname,
"The Buckeye State"
The origin of
was from the Iroquois Indian word for "good river".
The Capitol of Ohio is COLUMBUS, Franklin Co., Ohio
State animal: White-tailed Deer
Large white trillium (Trillium grandiflorum)
State rock song:
"Hang On Sloopy"
Trilobite genus Isotelus
Black racer snake
State motto: "With God all things are possible"
Unofficial Motto: "So much to discover" adopted as part of state
NOTE: Sometimes the Guestbook is a little
difficult to post on as it uses codes to keep spammers out.
If you do sign the guest book, I suggest you copy what you write so if
it does reject the code, all you have to do is paste the contents on it
and you won't have to try to remember what you typed. That can be
Ohio's State Bird-
CARDINAL GROSBEAK. [Northern Cardinal.]
Ohio's State Flower:
Scarlet Carnation Dianthus caryophyllus
STATE TREE: Ohio buckeyeHippocastanaceae
BECAUSE of a HIGH INTEREST by some of My Viewers & Contributors, I am in the PROCESS OF ADDING the Counties I
have worked on in MANY OTHER STATES. NOTE: These counties are being moved to
www.genealogyexpress.com Please be patient while I fix links, etc. as
the information is here but they will no longer have "Ohio" on them
I have removed the links
from here because all you have to do is click on the GENEALOGY EXPRESS
Link and you can find these links and
Good Luck now... Transcribing with lots of love of family and
history..... Sharon Wick
IN MEMORIAM: Frank
Becerra (aka Francisco V. Becerra) 1914 - 2008
On November 24th, 2008 my father passed away. May he rest in peace.
IN MEMORIAM: Paul Becerra 4/15/1940 - 1/22/2010
On January 22nd, 2010 my brother passed away. May he rest in peace.
HEAVEN RECEIVED ANOTHER ANGEL.
Jeffrey Wick, Jr. Passed from this life on October
He is our grandson. May he rest in peace.
(Cannot bear to put a picture on here yet as the funeral is
Saturday, Oct. 17th, 2015)
Mottos for Today and Days to Come:
"You are only a loser if you
More Thoughts on Life:
"Don't let the idiosyncrasies
of others bog you down"
Thought for the Rest of My
"Today is the First Day of the
Rest of My Life"
One more thought.......
"Don't forget to take time to
"Smell the Roses" because you just never know what life has in store for
you and it would be a shame to miss something just because you decided
to put it off for another time."
This Website is paid for by me, Sharon Wick
along with a few donations by generous contributors.
It is maintained by myself, only.
All donations of data to this website will be owned by the submitter and
will be taken down on request.
I do my best not to infringe on any copyright laws so if
anyone sees anything that may be 'over the line', please contact me.
Thanks, Sharon Wick
If you want to send
to the website such as Cemetery Readings, Older Obituaries,
marriages, births, biographies, news items, ship passenger lists...
anything that pertains to things before 1920, please feel free to send
them. I am always looking for new things to add to the website.
I will add your name as the
some background graphics and certain maps
have been created by me.
Thanks, Sharon Wick