Please note that I am unable to assist with genealogy research at this time.
I am the fourth child of Ralph William and Mary Virginia Mackey Stillion. This is a picture of my husband and me and we would like to share our family with you. Please come back often and visit.
I was born and raised in Guernsey County with three brothers and two sisters. I have been married 57 years to the most wonderful man in the world. We have six children, 19 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
Sorry I do not have everything on here that I have in my book…..This continues to be a work in progress. As you browse through these pages, and find you have additional information you would like to share, please contact me. If you have pictures of any of the people mentioned in these reports, I would be interested in obtaining a copy. Thanks and good luck in your search!
My goal in putting together this site is to help those genealogist who are researching Guernsey County find the material they are searching for. Be sure and browse thru all the pages, you may be surprised at what you will find.
I am interested in obtaining old photo’s of Guernsey county. Old buildings, business’s, streets etc. Please contact me if you have any you care to donate to this site. They will be greatly appreciated and will contain your name as provider.
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Thoughts about Family History
I wish I had asked more questions... Please Read My Story-It's A Little Background of Me... I had the best childhood anyone could ever have. My parents were very loving, kind people. All who knew them loved them. They did for anyone who needed help, no matter what they needed. Even though we had very little money, they still managed to do what they could for others. We may not have been rich in money, but we were very rich in life. They always taught us to help others, no matter what; to grow our own food if needed; and the best thing they taught us was “TO BE PROUD OF WHAT WE HAD, NOT BE UNGRATEFUL FOR WHAT WE DIDN’T HAVE" As I grew up, my dad had asthma really bad. They had him in and out of hospitals, lying in what they called an oxygen tent, fighting for [...]
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