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Name: Beth Arthen Wood <bethawood@aol.com>
Date: 2013-07-18
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
I haven't read all of them yet but I am interested as I am an Enyart descendant.

Thank you Beth Wood

 

Name: Steven R. Enyart <enyartis@comcast.net>
Date: 2013-01-30
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
I am the son of Warren Day Enyart Sr. born in Princeton Il. in 1909. He was the son of John Enyart & Bertha Holman. He had a brother named Jack "Bud" Enyart that we know nothing about. I would love to find out out if he had any family.
 

Name: andria j enyart <andijome@yahoo.com>
Date: 2013-01-04
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very good
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
have been working on this for a while. I am the daughter of walter andrew enyart,granddaughter of otto I enyart, ggd of walter raleigh enyart.
 

Name: joshua james enyart <jenyart@enyartsllc.com>
Date: 2011-10-23
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very informative
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
I am s/o James Arthur Enyart and Linda Kay Horn. My brother Jeremy David Enyart. Grandfathers are Arthur Enyart and Levi B.Horn all of Cass County Indiana. Grandmothers were Audrey Enyart and Margaret A. Horn (Hammon).
 

Name: joshua james enyart <jenyart@enyartsllc.com>
Date: 2011-10-23
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very informative
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
I have just started this journey back in time.
 

Name: David B Enyart <denyart222@gmail.com>
Date: 2011-09-07
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim cool
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
My grandfather was Otto Enyart. From Barryton MI. Don't know much about that side of the family. Would love to learn more.
 

Name: brenda enyart williams <fred12_1999@yahoo.com>
Date: 2011-08-18
Comments:
I live in oklahoma my dad is vernon enyart grandfather james enyart.We have a book about the enyarts all the way back to when they came to ellis island.
 

Name: Kathleen A. Cate <kacate@sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2011-08-14
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Outstanding!
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
Due to time constraints, I don't often have time for family research. Today I did, however, and was very pleased to see the newletters! I have several boxes of family history in storage which I believe will add to what you have already provided. However, since I am in transition, I cannot access the items in storage at this time. When time permits, I will make my data available online to those who may be interested. Thank you for all your hard work - it is a real blessing.
 

Name: Tony Hall <tony.hall@pcc.edu>
Date: 2011-04-29
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim good
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
no comment
 

Name: Erik Andrew Enyart <erikenyart@hotmail.com>
Date: 2011-01-03
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
Erik A. Enyart (Ft Hood, TX)
daughter Paige C. Enyart (Oakmont, PA)
brother-Jonathon R. Enyart (Deceased 2002)
father-Robert N. Enyart (Radcliff, KY)
uncle-James Enyart (Sun City Center, FL)
Aunt-Glenna Enyart (Illinois)
grandfather-Milton J Enyart (Deceased 1982)

 

Name: Jim Gresham <jimgresham49@comcast.net>
Date: 2010-09-13
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Very good
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:

 

Name: Nathan C. Enyart <nenyart@msn.com>
Date: 2010-06-13
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim I find it interesting
Should a Newsletter be continued Well I beleive so
Comments:
Just like Kathy Enyart said. There is so much bad blood with the Enyart family and what I have been told also the Enyeart family it is very hard to get information. Here is what I know. I am Nathan C. Enyart son of Charles Earl Enyart Born in Fulton County In, I was born in Kokomo In, My grand father is Nathan B. Enyart The Enyart clan in Rotchester is my dads cousins. Charles Earl Enyart was also known as Wimpy My dad and grandfather were both in construction. I will try and see if I can get more information with out getting my head on the chopping block
 

Name: Trina Enyart <trinaenyart@att.net>
Date: 2010-05-18
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim great
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
hope to find more information on my husband family the enyarts
 

Name: John Maynard <on request>
Date: 2009-11-14
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Excellent
Should a Newsletter be continued I'm willing to contribute.
Comments:
My brother Harold Ward Maynard and I have been researching the Enyarts, through Mary Enyart (1762-1835) who married William Cate (1755-1842) in Jefferson Co. Tennessee. Their daughter, Narcissus N. Bryan (1825-1875) married George A. Keener (1827-1859). Their daughter Margaret Caroline Elizabeth Keener (1848-1879) married our Great Grandfather James Carson Maynard (1842-1921). We are descended through their son, our Grandfather Milton Monroe Maynard (1874-1952) who married Elsie Genevieve Kirby (1880-1919).

Our Maynard/Manard line reaches back to Jefferson Co. Tennessee and Wilkes/Surry Co. North Carolina. There are overlaps with the CATE Family Tree on two instances.

John Russell Maynard (15-November-2009).



 

Name: Christopher Enyart <onwisconsin81@gmail.com>
Date: 2009-11-02
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim 1
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
My name is Christopher Enyart. My history goes my father Michael James Enyart, Grandfather Sylvester Wesley Enyart, and Great Grandfather Orange Enyart. Originally from the area of Baker, Montana, we have been in Wisconsin since the 1920's. My Great Grandfather and Grandfather lived in Merril, my father was raised in Germantown, and I am from Madison, WI. I love the idea of a genealogy newsletter, it is so fascinating!
 

Name: Linda Haney <l.haney@yahoo.com>
Date: 2009-10-12
Should a Newsletter be continued Definately
Comments:
Very good information! Thank you!
 

Name: Jaymi Morrow <brightamsunrise001@live.com>
Date: 2009-10-12
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Excellent!
Should a Newsletter be continued Most definitely.
Comments:
I am an Enyeart descendant through Daniel Delano Enyeart. I would be most in interested in seeing a Newsletter began again to help us researchers out there swimming in the mounds of genealogical data! I am more than willing to help out in this area, if you'd like! Feel free to contact me at the email address above. Thank you for this wonderful site!
 

Name: Stacy S <Stacyhs@verizon.net>
Date: 2009-08-09
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim A Great Resource!
Comments:
Does anyone know definitely who the father of Nancy C. Enyart (1839 MO) is? I've seen both Humphrey and David, both sons of Silas (1780). Any help would be appreciated.
 

Name: Rob Miller <ea-Miller2500@dangerbase.com>
Date: 2009-06-04
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim None
Should a Newsletter be continued None
Comments:
Cool site.
 

Name: MAUREEN ENYART BRENK <MEBRENK@GMAIL.COM>
Date: 2008-12-17
Should a Newsletter be continued YES
Comments:
MY FATHER WAS WILLIAM A ENYART OF RIVERSIDE, IL, SON OF CHARLES E ENYART, SON OF DANIEL ENYART, SON OF RUFUS ENYART, SON OF BENJAMIN, ETC - I HAVE A COPY OF A FAMILY TREE THAT MY GRANDFATHER UNCLE ALBERT HAD BEEN WORKING ON - PRETTY INTERESTING...
 

Name: Loretta Lawson McCann <lorettacora@aol.com>
Date: 2008-03-30
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very interesting,
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
My ancestor:Jacobus Craven
 

Name: William Enyart <toolman5000@aol.com>
Date: 2008-02-07
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
WILLIAM W ENYART / Nancy MAHALA CRACRAFT Matthews Enyart
John D Enyart
Ephriam C Enyart
James C Enyart
me- William C Enyart
I need help finding WILLIAM W Enyart's parents.

 

Name: Jack Cline <jackcline@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2008-01-26
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim You have done a remarkable job. you are to be commended for this effort.
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
I really appreciate that this has been posted and made accessable via the internet. The information here is very interesting and valuable. The inclusion of references makes this a remarkable post for others use. Thanks
 

Name: Cynthia Ann Enyart-Waskelis <red4real1966@yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-12-04
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Great
Comments:
My father was Warren D. Enyart, son of Herbert Enyart and Agnes Carpenter. Warren grew up in East Lansing, MI, and married Phyllis Ann Webb in 1947. They had three children, Debra Leigh Enyart, Mark Wynn Enyart, and myself.

I saw the name Vesta in one of the guestbook entries. I had a great aunt by that name, but can't remember if she was from my dad's side of the family.

This is fascinating stuff! Can't wait to start reading the newsletters. Feel free to contact me at the above address...

 

Name: Kathy Enyeart Scheel <kathy.scheel@jacobs.com>
Date: 2006-11-28
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Very cool !
Should a Newsletter be continued ABSOLUTELY
Comments:

I'm in the beginning stages of looking into the ancestry of my family and have discovered that we are related to Carel Enjart from Flanders, Holland. My father was Kenneth Clayton Enyeart - his father was Marlin Ray Enyeart - his father was General Sherman Enyeart - and so on.

 

Name: Lona Enyart <lona_therriault@hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-05
Comments:
Born 1952 Monterey CA
 

Name: Walter Enyart <wenyart@gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-26
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Interesting
Comments:
Born Fort Ord Calif., 1951.
 

Name: Penny Sluis <pennys245@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-11-22
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim excellent!
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:

I'm just beginning to research our Enyard/Enyart/Injaart family connections. My 6th great grandmother was Annah Enyard" married to Jonathan Conger. Your newletters are a fascinating read and will make an immense difference to the ease of my information gathering.
Thank you,
Penny

 

Name: Norma Morey <sissy_nj@yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-02-16
Comments:
I have just bought 30 acres in the Enyart town in Missouri . I am very interested in the history of the town. I have heard alot of stories, but not seen pictures. Ive seen picture of old house. I hope you can help.
 

Name: Terri Carlson <tlcmt@centurytel.net>
Date: 2004-05-10
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Great
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
Is there a newsletter in existence now? I'd like to subscribe and get my documentation and lineages in better shape..
 

Name: Leatha A. Betts <jlabetts@burgoyne.com>
Date: 2004-02-28
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Excellent work....
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
Have done a great deal of document research on Enyeart lines....down to Oren Francis Enyart, my grand father.

Have tried to find Carel in Flanders, the surname Enjoert is not found, but there is a village called Woggelen, and there may be a Village called Enjoert, which may not have been Carel's surname only the place he came from in Flanders, Holland/Belgium....

 

Name: Allan Charles Enyart <alenyart@mchsi.com>
Date: 2004-01-10
Comments:
403 Hall Street
West Union, Iowa 52175

 

Name: BRENDA ENYART <CHARRO_1935@YAHOO.COM>
Date: 2003-12-31
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim GOOD
Should a Newsletter be continued YES
Comments:
I WAS BORN AN ENYART IM IN SEarch of my dad harlan lee enyart he left before i was a year old if anyone has any information on him feel free to email me at CHARRO_1935@YAHOO.COM
 

Name: Pepper Toelle Kim <peppertk@ix.netcom.com>
Date: 2003-11-17
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Interesting and it looks meticulous.
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes, if feasible.
Comments:
I am a descendant of Rebecca Enyart (Carel, Yellis, John, Silas, John, John, Abner)who (along with her husband, Alexander McQuinn, and other family members) travelled across the Oregon Trail in 1844 to what is now Portland, OR. Incidentally, she had fraternal twins, reputedly the first Caucasian twins born in the Northwest Territory. One of those twins was my GG-grandmother, and I am the mother of fraternal twins. I am very interested in other fraternal twins in the family. (The potential of having fraternal twins is inherited, through the mother.)
 

Name: Dan Randrup <drandrup@sjcoe.net>
Date: 2003-10-27
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Well done!
Comments:
I am a descendant of Zar Price Brandon who married Martha Enyart.. I am 5th Generation Californian. My maternal Grandfather was Roscoe Clacy Brandon. His Father was Amberson Brandon, son of Zar. I am interested in finding out when Zar came to California. Would you have any information?
 

Name: patty s beaver <best2fingers@aol.com>
Date: 2003-10-08
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very informative interesting
Should a Newsletter be continued there can only be one answer to this ? YES
Comments:
Hello I am a decendant of David Warren Enyart& his first wife Lela G Mullins. They are my Great Grandparents on my mothers side of the family.I'm tring to find anyone w/any info on my GGrandma Lela? I know she died when my grandpa was only 5 years old.Someone has to keep this newsletter going! PLEASE!!!!!!
 

Name: Alice Niles <alice-niles@hot.rr.com>
Date: 2003-09-17
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Great resource
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
I am a decident of Ann Enyart (d/o David and Rachel) The newsletter has given me a great apreciation of the Enyart branch of my family and how they became to be "Americans"
 

Name: Andrew A Enyart <aenyart@maplenet.net>
Date: 2003-07-25
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Very Interesting
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
I am only familiar with 4 generations of my family tree.My dad,Arthur A. Enyart,his dad Harry O. Enyart and My great grandfather Arthur Wollcot Enyart.Grandfather(Harry) was from St.Mary's Ohio
 

Name: Carissa Hund <phund@pacbell.net>
Date: 2003-06-28
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim I think Jim did an excellent job on the Newsletter.
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes.
Comments:
I think the newsletter is a wonderful addtion to this website and would like to see it continued if possible.
 

Name: Joseph F. Vetre <thegreatguinea@oasisol.com>
Date: 2003-05-31
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim An excellent resource
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
My name is Joseph (Joe) Floyd Vetre, my mother is Donnabell Burton, born on March 13, 1922. Her mother is Vesta T. Enyart born on August 26, 1899. I'm listed as visitor # 799.
 

Name: phyllisnorwood <phyllisnorwood@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-05-16
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim excellent
Should a Newsletter be continued Would be great if it could be continued
Comments:
I am a decendant of Abraham Enyart's second wife Jane C. Milligan. They both died in Gentry Co. MO. and are buried in Enyart Cemetery,Gentry Co. MO.
 

Name: Rick Enyeart <rickster@indy.rr.com>
Date: 2003-05-05
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim excellant work
Should a Newsletter be continued yes,,please continue
Comments:
I am descended from William Enyeart of Pennsylvania,by his 2nd wife Jane Norris, whom is buried in Lagro, Indiana. If I have counted right I am the 8th generation. I would really like to find more information on Yellis and his children.
 

Name: SHEILA ANN ENYART KRUZE <SHESKRUZIN@AOL.COM>
Date: 2003-04-16
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim LOTS OF INFO
Should a Newsletter be continued YES
Comments:
My grandfather, Willis is from Geneseo, Ill. as is my father Melvin Willis. Anyone know of this branch? I was born in Moline, Il.
 

Name: Erica Tower <home@blazeconnect.net>
Date: 2003-04-12
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim This is a good source of information.
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes.
Comments:
My father was Walter Raliegh Enyart. Since his death, I have been interested in tracing my family history. Thank you for supplying a valid source of information. It is very useful, and informative.
 

Name: Margaret Marie Enyart Ryman <lilmouge@bellsouth.net>
Date: 2003-04-10
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Wonderful
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
I very much enjoyed reading the newsletters. However, I don't know much about the Enyart family. My father, William Anthony Enyart, was born in 1933 and passed away in 1988. He lived in Illinois his entire life. His parents were Letitia Baker and Earl Enyart. My father's siblings are/ were Charles, Ann, Rosemary, and Patricia. I am unable to find a link between my immediate family and the history in these newsletters. I have searched the internet for leads but came up empty handed. Any information you can send my way on a link between the Enyarts from Illinois and the Enyarts described herein would be very much appreciated.
 

Name: Delbert Michael Pierson <Pier1161@aol.com>
Date: 2003-03-29
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very interesting
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
I was born Nov.19,1961 to DelbertConrad Enyart and Nancy Louise Tingley. The stories about William (The Silent) of Orange has been passed down to me my mother. She had said we had royal heritage in our family.
The Enyart's I'm from are in Jackson,Michigan.
I was adopted by the Pierson family in 1967 and met my father in the 70's and my mother in 1996, she now resides in Marrianna, Florida and my is still in Jackson, Michigan. I would like to hear from any of the other Enyart clans from around the world.

 

Name: Dawn Carpenter <dawncarpenter@msn.com>
Date: 2003-03-08
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim sorry, haven't read it yet.
Comments:
Very nicely done. When I saw Enyart/Enyeart tombstones on Google I was hoping you had some photos of enyeat graves from the Jacob Enyeart family of Bellwood, NE. My website carries the Bellwood Cemetery Index. I was going to ask permission to put a small photo of Hiram or Mile's gravesite, if you had one.on the E Index page. Just the same, I enjoyed the site. My husband's father was good friends with Miles.

Dawn

 

Name: Gregory Lee Enyart <Gregenyart@charter.net>
Date: 2003-01-20
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim I like the newsletter
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
My father name was Lecil Best Enyart, and his brother my uncle publish a book about the Enyart family.My uncle name was Lorence M.Enyart. I was the youngest one in my family of five two boy's and one girl, and now they have all pass on,Now it just me. Greg
 

Name: Denise Hill <denise_b582001@yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-01-17
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim I think he is doing a great deed to us all.
Should a Newsletter be continued yes, oh yes
Comments:
If not for us,but for our children to come.
 

Name: Jerry Tonroy <tonroyj@hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-01-09
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very nice
Should a Newsletter be continued if possible
Comments:
I am descended from the John Enyart who died 1806 in
Kentucky or Tennessee -- thorugh his daughter Anna who
married Isaac Roberts.. One curious thing is the Silas
Enyart who was executed by Patriots in Revolution -- as
indicated in the the Draper papers Kings Mountain..

 

Name: Sharol Fletcher <sfs@snowcrest.net>
Date: 2002-12-11
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Wonderful
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes, Yes, Yes!!!!!!!!
Comments:
I enjoyed every minute reading the above newsletters. I would love to have copies of the original newsletters. It is a shame that the newsletters will be discontinued.
 

Name: Judy Morgan Green <Gaelicbell@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-20
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Great newsletter!
Should a Newsletter be continued Definitely
Comments:
My great, great, great, great grandfather (if I have all of the greats sorted out correctly was Peter Stevens Enyart.
 

Name: Rebekah Weems <m&amp;rweems@liljasper.com>
Date: 2002-10-16
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim good found information
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
I would like to recive these newsletters
 

Name: Rebekah Weems <m&amp;rweems@liljasper.com>
Date: 2002-10-16
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim good found information
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
I would like to recive these newsltters
 

Name: Ruth Enyart <RogerRuthEnyart>
Date: 2002-10-10
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Interesting
Should a Newsletter be continued It would be wonderful
Comments:
Unfortunately I can not furnish much information. My husband's grandparents were Earl and Ursula Enyart from Rochester, Indiana.
 

Name: Lorelei Redmond <Leischryver@aol.com>
Date: 2002-10-01
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim interesting information
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
I am a decendant of Permelia Enyart from MO. I have been trying to find her ancestors past her father. I am hoping this website can help me. I understand their was an Ensign John Enyart from the Rev War and am trying to get the specifics
 

Name: christopher enyart <jacado007@aol.com>
Date: 2002-09-17
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim excellent
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
I would love more information
 

Name: Kay Houck <khouck@pa.net>
Date: 2002-09-05
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim wonderful
Comments:
My husband is direct decendent of William Enyeart of Huntingdon Co. PA with his first wife Catherine Schell. William is GGrandson of Carel. The newsletter is very interesting reading, and I am sure it requires a lot of work. It also helps bring verious groups together to see how they all fit into the puzzle.
 

Name: Kay Houck <khouck@pa.net>
Date: 2002-09-05
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very informative/interesting
Comments:
It's easy for one to say YES, since the information is interesting and helpful to researchers and decendants. But, it is also a lot of work. If possible, of course, my vote would be to continue. I would like to add that my husband is decended from William Enyeart, of Huntingdon Co. PA (GGGrandson of Carel) with his first wife Catherine Schell.
 

Name: Kay Houck <khouck@pa.net>
Date: 2002-09-05
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim very informative/interesting
Comments:
It's easy for one to say YES, since the information is interesting and helpful to researchers and decendants. But, it is also a lot of work. If possible, of course, my vote would be to continue.
 

Name: Jeanne Hull <jeahul@cableone.net>
Date: 2002-08-12
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim I am most grateful for your scholarship on the Enyarts. Do you have any Cates worked in with your Enyarts? I have copied every
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes, we need updates all the time as new evidence is being discovered
Comments:
I can't tell you how much I have enjoyed studying the four issues. How often does it appear on internet? I am most eager to see what you have to say about Yellis/Jellis's children and grandchildren. I would like to have them straight before I die. Is there anyway we can prove we descend from Jellis at this time?
 

Name: Jeanne Hull <jeahul@cableone.net>
Date: 2002-08-09
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim I think it is excellent
Should a Newsletter be continued By all means
Comments:
I appreciate everything I have read, and especially your committment to documentation. Keep up the good works. This is in my "favorites." How often is it published?
 

Name: Cheryl A Enyart <trayne1837inc@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-08-01
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim I absolutely love this , I found this web site fantastically absorbing. The newsletter really sparked my interest. I am downl
Should a Newsletter be continued I think that the newsletter is a great idea....Jim started it . It is a good thing to continue and share queries and family
Comments:
I absolutely love this web site. I hope more and more Enyarts find it. I stumbled upon it quite by accident . I hope to revisit it and see more...
Thank You
Cheryl Ann Enyart
My husband was James J. Enyart, b. 1943 in Celina, d. 1994.
His father was Elbridge Envermon Enyart, s/o Allen Lyman Enyart/ s/o James.

 

Name: Cheryl A Enyart <trayne1837inc@yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-08-01
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim I absolutely love this , I found this web site fantastically absorbing. The newsletter really sparked my interest. I am downl
Should a Newsletter be continued I think that the newsletter is a great idea....Jim started it . It is a good thing to continue and share queries and family
Comments:
I absolutely love this web site. I hope more and more Enyarts find it. I stumbled upon it quite by accident . I hope to revisit it and see more...
Thank You
Cheryl Ann Enyart

 

Name: Kathy Enyart <klenyart@hotmail.com>
Date: 2002-07-01
Should a Newsletter be continued let me know
Comments:
Enyart is my husbands family name. I have done research into my background but very little into his. The Enyart family secrets are hard to unlock due to bad blood between existing relatives. Found this site interesting.
Kathy

 

Name: wayne enyart <wenyart@starband.net>
Date: 2002-05-23
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim veryu good
Should a Newsletter be continued yes
Comments:
This was the first time I have seen the website. I have a distant cousin who did a family tree and had it published as a book. my mother has the book and she now lives in texas, I will have to get it back and check it against some of these lines. I know my great great grandfather was named silas westwood enyart
 

Name: Patti Irish <patirish@juno.com>
Date: 2002-04-27
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim wonderful
Comments:
I am related to Antje Enyard who married Thomas Craven.
 

Name: Barbara Vernes <barbaravernes@earthlink.net>
Date: 2002-03-17
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim More than I could have hoped for
Should a Newsletter be continued Absolutely
Comments:
I would really like to see this information connected up with Enyart family histories from the 1800's on.
 

Name: edward w enyart <eenyart@bright.net>
Date: 2002-02-10
Comments:
I am very interested in learning more about my ancestry.
 

Name: Earl Lulloff <ELulloff@aol.com>
Date: 2002-02-08
Comments:
Glad to see the material online. Really wish the Newsletter colud have continued.
 

Name: john roberts <jackrob@xtra.co.nz>
Date: 2002-01-30
Comments:
I'm a descendant of Rachel Eyard(t) (dau of Silas), who md. Isaac Winscott.

John Roberts, Queenstown, New Zealand

 

Name: Cherie Enyart Shoemaker <cherie@ecpi.com>
Date: 2002-01-26
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Good
Should a Newsletter be continued es
Comments:
We have to continue to try to find all the pieces to the puzzle. I can go back to David Enyart and Mary Dill, their son Andrew Jackson Enyart(my gggrandfather) married Susannah F. Parker. They had four children Peter Enyart(my ggrandfather) John Enyart, David Enyart and Pamelia Enyart. We need to find out David's father. None of my family realized that there was a son named John born in 1847 in Indiana. Many mysteries and pieces to find and these type of newsletters help. Thanks for all your work.
 

Name: Truda Enyart <Kaitybess@aol.com>
Date: 2002-01-25
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim Excellent!
Should a Newsletter be continued yes!
Comments:
Thank you for sharing! James David Enyart (son of William W. Enyart & Mahala Cracraft) is my great grandfather.
 

Name: Linda Weaver <Sunshine14710@attbi.com>
Date: 2002-01-25
Your Views of the Newsletter by Jim wonderful
Should a Newsletter be continued Yes
Comments:
I am the Grandaughter of Nora Enyart, daughter of Issac
Enyart and Georgeann Holly.