|JJ Coppinger||RE: Coppinger|
No, as far as I know, none of our kin settled in New York.
Added by JJ Coppinger on Jun 05, 2016 5:55 PM
|cathy w||RE: Henry Frederick|
Debbie, I am using Family Tree Maker V 16 for my data, have been for 10 years.
All the data that I have is on www.findagrave.com
I don't plan to pursue any further information on the Frederick family backwards, so I won't be much help to you, I am sure that there are many others on Find A Grave in NY that are more helpful. Sorry.
Added by cathy w on Feb 17, 2016 12:17 PM
|Glenn Ellis||RE: Bost|
Regarding conversing on the Bost Family - would love to - I have been snowed in with so much and apologies for getting back to you so late. Please remind me again and we will figure a way to talk. My paternal great grandmother was Lucy Jane Bost who married Victor Chalmers "Vic" Ellis and yes, your husband would be related.
Keep me posted. :) "Steve" aka Glenn Ellis
Added by Glenn Ellis on Feb 16, 2016 10:29 PM
|cathy w||RE: Henry Frederick|
Yes, my maiden name was Frederick. Jacob, (son of George Frederick & Catherine Cag) and Mary VanScriber-Frederick are the parents of William Henry born 1834, but he went by Henry most of the time. Their children were born in Lasselville, NY. He seems to be the black sheep of the family, living in several places in NY and dying young. Two of his brothers died in NY and a sister, Catherine Elias are buried in Dempster Cemetery, Fulton Co., NY. His younger brothers, Peter, Jacob, Charles, etc and their parents moved to Dodge County, Minnesota and all are buried there. If you go to Find A Grave FREDERICK-MINNESOTA-DODGE COUNTY you will find all my entries there.
My data came from Wilma Frederick-Nobbs who did the research by writing letters to the various courthouses and history centers in NY back in the 1960's.
I have asked Find A Grave volunteers for a photo of this cemetery stone, if there is one, and then we could verify his birth/death dates. Do you happen to live in NY? Since I am in MN it is a bit harder. I am at the end of my research, but thought I would try to link Henry to his parents one last time.
Added by cathy w on Dec 10, 2015 7:25 AM
|Joy Steele||RE: Our husbands' family connection|
I invited you to the tree-Steele, Jr., Maple Street Tree- through your email address. Let me know if you're still having a problem finding it.
Added by Joy Steele on Jun 26, 2015 10:12 PM
|Joy Steele||RE: Our husbands' family connection|
I sent an invitation to your email. The name is Steele, Jr. Maple Street Tree - Remodeling in Progress.
If you don't get to it, let me know. Occasionally people have had problems getting to my trees through the Ancestry system.
I'm planning to be at the library tomorrow if you have some other questions about Locke, Brandon, or other family names.
Added by Joy Steele on Jun 23, 2015 6:43 AM
|Joy Steele||Our husbands' family connection|
I'm inviting you to my ancestry Steele tree where I am developing the other lines like Locke and Brandon. Hope you'll take a look.
Added by Joy Steele on Jun 22, 2015 3:59 PM
|Joy Steele||RE: Ann Brandon Locke|
Hi Debbie. She is my husband's relative, too. We have been in contact over the last year if I remember correctly. I think I'm about to figure this out. If I'm getting this right, her mother married John Locke in Pennsylvania where they lived until he died. The mother then married John Richard Brandon who moved the family to Rowan County, NC.
Two Locke brothers--Col. Francis and Gen. Matthew Locke--married two of their step-sisters, Ann and Mary respectively. Give me some time and I will go to the library and figure this out from the info in the Locke genealogy book there. This is one of the trails I have not had time to look into recently and "connect the dots."
I've just purchased and started to add my info to a new computer and don't have it at my fingertips today. But I have, too, a bunch of Brandon genealogy for sharing. This might be easier by email. Mine is JoySteele46@gmail.com. Feel free to contact me. My old email was firstname.lastname@example.org which I think was the way we were in touch earlier.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Added by Joy Steele on Jun 22, 2015 3:55 PM
|Farrington/Kluttz/KinFolk||Klotz / Kluttz / Klutz / Klutts / Clutz|
Hello again im not trying to pester you but I have found another copy of memorials in the lowerstone cemetery it seems that Johann Leonard Klutz Sr. 8729704 your memorial is a copy of another memorial here Johann Leonard Klotz Sr. I aslo responded to the other poster about this it seems he has the last name correct but the middle name misspelled the original Name according to Ralph Dean in his book of the entire Kotz family (which I have a copy) and other sources indicates that the name should be Johann Leonhard Klotz Sr.
Its a on going task to have these corrected but as i progress toward capturing the entire klotz family on this site and Acenstery.com were the Klotz/Kluttz/Klutz/Klutts/Clutts/Clutz family tree is being built. What makes it confusing is the name Klotz changed spellings as the family miragrated to other states here in north carolina it changed 3 different spellings as to when each family changed it is hard to determine but im fairly close to putting it down as to were it did change. As to this memorial and others it makes it confussing because of the name spelling and we all are posting the correct people but making copys of them by the name spelling.
Added by Farrington/Kluttz/KinFolk on Oct 27, 2014 12:39 AM
Debbie im confused are the photos on moses klutts memorial of him or you GGG grandfather. I would like the photo to place on my family tree if they are of Moses Klutts.
Added by Farrington/Kluttz/KinFolk on Oct 26, 2014 12:24 PM
Hello debbie was researching the Kluttz family history I ran across the family member Eva Trexler Kluttz 8730605 In The lowerstone Cemetery were a lot of my family are I saw that you have her as Kluttz her stone has Klutts and I noticed that someone has her also in the cemetery as klutts which makes two memorials the correct spelling of the last name should be Klutts even though it changes later in years to kluttz and it varies in spelling depending what state the folks migrated to. If you would release her to me I will correct all with both memorials and link her to the rest of the familys thanks.
Added by Farrington/Kluttz/KinFolk on Oct 26, 2014 12:06 PM
Do not have a death date or burial for Mary Ann Rose Crankshaw. She was in Manlius, near Syracuse in 1830 census, so I expect she was NOT buried with Moses back in Schenectady. She may have been alive in 1840, but she is not in the census indexes. Possibly living with one of her children, or even remarried? Don't know. I am from Moses>Samuel>Hazael>Harvey>Clinton>me.
You are Moses>Jacob>Sarah>?
Added by DaveC on Apr 15, 2014 1:07 PM
Do not have death date or burial place for Mary Ann Rose Crankshaw. She was in Jamesville, NY in 1830 census. Her eldest son, Samuel William Crankshaw b. 1797 was my line, brother of Jacob of the "Bruce" line. I have been to Johnstown and met some of the Crankshaws there and have worked on the history extensively. You must have seen Moses Crankshaw, husband of Mary Ann Rose, on findagrave that I put up. He died in 1813 and was buried in Schenectady. You can follow his links to Samuel>Hazael>Harvey>Clinton (my dad).
email me at CrankshawDavec@aol.com
Added by DaveC on Mar 10, 2014 9:08 AM
|NW Mountain Man||RE: Buck|
You might email Find A Grave and find out why. Or you can email the edit department and have them merge the two together. You can get the email address on the main section
Added by NW Mountain Man on Sep 26, 2013 8:05 PM
|Kathy Merris Mills||RE: Krider graves|
Thank you for the info on Kriders, but you need to send me an edit for the memorial you are talking about. Sorry to say, but I am too busy to search for it. Thanks, kathy
Added by Kathy Merris Mills on Sep 08, 2013 6:18 PM
|Richard Jordan||RE: Jordan family|
Not to my knowledge. My Jordan line comes from Guildford and Davie Counties. They moved to Gaston form Idell in the 1870's. There could be a link from John Jordan and Diedra White Jordan 1807-1870). There were tales in the family that some of the brothers moved to SC but I have not been able to find that link. If you are related to the Louise or another there I would be glad to transfer.
Added by Richard Jordan on Sep 05, 2013 10:52 AM
|Perfield Girl||RE: Sammons Cemetery #2|
Hi Debbie. It's been awhile since I contacted you, so I don't remember the exact message.
I think I was suggesting that you make a revision to the bio of the memorial for Sampson Sammons, adding 73 years, 10 months, 15 days, and also the two lines of epitaph that are visible, which read ""Mourn not for me beloved friend, Nor shake at death's alarm."
Yes, it is curious that there are two gravestones for him. I was happy to be able to visit the cemetery this summer, as he and Rachel are ancestors....or at least, I think they are :)
Added by Perfield Girl on Aug 18, 2013 5:51 PM
|Melissa C.||Israel Harris Honeywell|
Debbie, I am researching my Honeywell ancestry and came across your memorials for the Broadalbin-Mayfield Cemetery. You have Israel H Honeywell(1847 - 1912)(#8678883) linked as the son of John C Honeywell (1786 - 1859)(#8678904)and Nancy Sutton Honeywell (1786 - 1833)(#8678913). However, Israel's date of birth is 14 years after Nancy's death. Was he maybe John C.'s brother instead of his son? I'm hoping you may know since you are related to the family too! Thank you for all of your contributions to Find A Grave! Melissa
Added by Melissa C. on Aug 03, 2013 8:35 PM
|Roxy Triebel||RE: David Milroy|
Thanks very much for the correction to David Milroy's memorial. I came across this family while looking for my great great grandmother's brother, Alexander Milroy and this other Alexander Milroy kept turning up in searches. I decided to research his line to see if there was a connection between the families (apparently not - my ggg grandfather Robert Milroy came to this country from Scotland in the 1830s and your line appears to have been here long before that).
Since I don't appear to be related to David, I would be happy to transfer his memorial to you if you like.
Added by Roxy Triebel on Jun 21, 2013 11:53 AM
|larry bost||RE: bost family cemetery, midland nc|
Debbie and Franklin, sorry I could not make the trip to Salisbury Monday, hopefully we can exchange information one day. I found three
Adolphus Bost on line and ond of them was related to you, Thanks Larry
Added by larry bost on Jun 19, 2013 5:38 AM
|P.K. Magruder||Bruce Transfers|
Thank you for removing the duplicates. Every little bit helps to keep the Find A Grave database the best possible.
Figured if you knew they were buried in Brewster Cemetery, then you must be family. I'm sure they will be in good hands.
Added by P.K. Magruder on Apr 23, 2013 9:58 PM
|Perfield Girl||Sammons Cemetery #2|
Hi again. I see the cemetery is in Mohawk Twp and about 2 miles from Johnstown in Fulton Co. If you have any further clarification to add that would be great.
On the memorial for Sampson Sammons, two photos are attached, which has me a little curious about a couple of things. Now I'm just "thinking out loud"....on the photo you added, can you tell what the inscription says under his date of death?
On the photo the other volunteer added...looks like date of death is the same. But it seems very curious that the same individual would have two gravestones. Your thoughts?
Isn't it all fun?! My husband thinks my hobby is crazy.
Added by Perfield Girl on Mar 27, 2013 6:27 AM
|Perfield Girl||Sammons cemetery|
Hi. You have done some work in this burial ground, thank you very much. The described location is "Old Trail Road", Montgomery Co. Not very specific.
Can you tell me what township it's in? What village it's near? etc.
Added by Perfield Girl on Mar 27, 2013 6:03 AM
|larry bost||bost family cemetery, midland nc|
Hello, how did you fine the names of the family
members that are buried in the family cemetery?
I am a descendant of William Bost and have been
searching far and wide for the names of people
that are buried there. Thank you for any assistance you can offer. Larry Bost
Added by larry bost on Dec 15, 2012 3:43 PM
|Glenn Ellis||RE: Organ Lutheran Cemetery|
Re: Your message to me concerning the Organ Lutheran Cemetery,
you write "Glenn ~ Saw your posting of Catherine Ridenaur at Organ Lutheran. Are you taking care of the interments there? If you are would you like to take care of the ones I have entered?Debbie Jordan"
The answer is I am not the one taking care of interments there. However, my ancestors were pioneers of that church and the German settlement and helped to build the church. Many of my direct ancestors are buried there, i.e., the Ridenaur, Dellingers, etc.
Added by Glenn Ellis on Nov 17, 2012 7:47 PM