Name: Anne Zolf
Given Name: Anne
Change Date: 20 OCT 2005
Death: in East Tarentum Pennsylvania USA 3
Ann left Wilbert H, in 1912. She returned about 8-10 years later with a girl about 2 years younger than Wilbert C. She tried for a reconcilliation with Wilbert H. He refused to believe the girl child was his. After the Clendennen's left Tarentum in about 1920 she returned and lived out her life in that area. She was a schoolhood friend of Lila. They remained friends until their deaths. Ann tried to reconcile with Wilbert C after his wife, Mildred, died. He held too much bitterness after being abandoned by her and refused to see her. The girl child carried the name Clendennen.
Name can be spelled Spof.
Wilbert H Clendennen b: 11 FEB 1888 in Tarentum Allegheny County Pennsylvania USA
2 JUL 1910
in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania USA 3
- Wilbert Charles Clendennen b: 21 DEC 1910 in Tarentum Pennsylvania USA
- Abbrev: Family Archives of Hayward / Grooms Families
Title: Family Archives of Hayward-Grooms Family
From the research and compilation by Michele Yvonne Hayward-Tate and her Father Richard Kee Hayward. Gedcom file imported on 23 Jul 2001 plus further research exchanged through the years.
- Abbrev: Family Archives of Hooper / Crosby / Bianchi and Related Families
Title: Twig, Tree & Treasure A Genealogical Sojourn
Bianchi's Twig, Tree & Treasure A Genealogical Sojourn
by Linda & Mike Bianchi, email: email@example.com
The project started in earnest during the 1960's and has continued sporadically from then on with help by various family members and a lot of friends. Oral and documented family information was complied by Linda Bianchi nee Hooper and Barbara Hooper nee Crosby, later augmented with additions by Lee and Cathy nee Hooper Galloway. A special Thank You to Michele Yvonne Hayward Tate and her family and to Amy Holtgrewe Haertling and her family, for their generous help. The project continues to be updated and expanded by Linda and Mike Bianchi.
Not all of the source data is listed simply because the data is a compilation from many different sources, most which were family oral history records. Some data will have individuals or groups listed as the source of information. While these persons should be credited and are thanked for making significant contributions to this work, they should by no means be construed as being the only source for that particular data or as the only person to have worked on that line.
- Abbrev: Family Archives of Clende Family
From the Michele Y Tate gedcom