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Julie {Palmer} Clark & Jerry Clark (#46976053)
 member for 8 years, 5 months, 19 days
Lewis Clark
RE: Richard Clark, b. 6/20/1659
Hello Julie,
Many thanks for your kind note. Your date of death for Mary Wedgewood Clark must be right. I will contact the original source I used on Ancestry and urge them to correct. It is nice to learn (finally) from where in England the first Clarks in America emanated!
Hope all is well with you and family.
Best wishes,

Added by Lewis Clark on May 17, 2016 3:42 PM

Lewis Clark
Richard Clark, b. 6/20/1659
It appears that subject Richard Clark was not born in CT, but in England. It also appears that he was the father of Richard Clark (b. 1693, d. 1784)
F-A-G memorial no. 62776394.

A note sent to another contributor: "It has been determined that the parents of Richard Clark were:

Richard Clark
Born 20 June 1659 in Guilden Morden, Cambridgeshire, England
Died in Hampton, Rockinham County, New Hampshire

Mary Wedgewood
Born in 1656 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Died on 10 October 1677 in Hampton, Rockingham, NH"

Added by Lewis Clark on May 16, 2016 4:36 PM

Alton & Loudonia
Mollie Estelle Williford Peters
Placed a note in bio in reference to spelling of name.

Added by Alton & Loudonia on May 16, 2016 2:34 PM

JA Harder
Jean Durier
Hi Julie,
Please correct the death date of Jean Durier to 1698, which is the date of his will and death.
Thanks, JimH

Added by JA Harder on May 10, 2016 2:06 PM

RE: Jarman's in Crown Hill
Aww how sweet, thank you so much! If you need anything, just ask. Have a great night.

Added by andrea on Mar 22, 2016 6:37 PM

RE: Jarman's in Crown Hill
I just sent them your way. I am not related to the Jarman's at all. (That I know of! lol). I always try to offer if the person mentions any kind of relationship. I'm not one of those people that don't transfer out of guidelines, if it's family, friends, 3rd grade math teacher, long lost second cousin, 4x great grand uncle, old next door neighbor etc., I will transfer, because you probably know more about them than I do. Katherine and Earnest also have an infant son Jerry in Crown Hill. I sent that contributor the links to link him to Katherine and Earnest. Have a great day!

Added by andrea on Mar 22, 2016 12:26 PM

Jarman's in Crown Hill
Hi, I got your edits! Would you like a transfer of Katherine and Earnest's memorials? :)

Added by andrea on Mar 21, 2016 9:48 PM

Fred Allen transfer
Thank you for contacting me for this memorial. Many years ago, all of my memorials in the Seabolt cemetery evaporated into who knows where cyberspace and in their place, there were many memorials that I had not created and knew nothing about. I eventually was able to get some of my own ancestors and family memorials back. As you saw, I put a note on a few of those unknown memorials asking that anyone who had information or who could do more justice for those memorials than I could ever do to please contact me. You are the first person in all these years to request a transfer of one of those lucky people; your cousin Fred. I will very happily transfer him to you. As you can see, many many of my family/grandparents are buried in Seabolt and I have been there many times before my parents died and a few times since. I am so glad someone can add some information to Fred. Thank you.

Added by Catherine on Mar 16, 2016 10:13 AM

B.J. Nelson
Jean Durier
Please consider added this bio for Jean Durier, in the Old North Reformed Church. He was my 8th great grandfather. If you are a family member I have a lot more information on the family from Jean in 1654 to my aunt born in 1919.
Jean Durier was the first of his family in America. He was the child of Pierre Durier and Marguerite Charoy. And was baptized on November 12, 1654 in the Walloon Church, Utecht, Holland. Jean arrived in America shortly before 1686 and joined the Huguenot Colony founded by the Demarest Family on land along the east side of the Hackensack River in what is now New Milford in Bergen County, New Jersey. On July 27, 1686 he received a Patent from the Proprietors of East Jersey for a 261 acres of land on the west side of the river in what was Essex County that later became a part of Bergen County in 1710.The tract of land was lying partly in present River Edge and Paramus. His home was on the easterly part in present River Edge, at a site between the early Kinderkamack Road and the river.
Jean married Jeanne Hersulier shortly after arriving. They had two children Jeanne born about 1688 and Pierre (Peter) born about 1690 and both baptized in the French Church. She died about 1691 after the birth of their second child. She is buried in the French cemetery in New Milford. Jean married again to Rachel Cresson Demarest in 1692. Rachel was born about 1656 in Delft, Holland and was the daughter of Pierre Cresson and Rachel Close and was the widow of David Demarest, Junior. Rachel had four children her previous marriage. Jean and Rachel had two children Marguerite born bout 1693 and Jean born in 1690 both children where baptized in the French church.
Jean was appointed a Justice of the Bergen County Court on Feb 5, 1693.
He died in June of 1693 shortly after making his last will and testament on June 10th. He was buried with his first wife

Added by B.J. Nelson on Mar 12, 2016 12:01 AM

Lee Strom
Swaim, Zurah
You might want to check the dates on this memorial.

Added by Lee Strom on Mar 03, 2016 1:00 PM

P Moore
martha a warr hartzog
how is Martha a warr hartzog connected to William Henry Cannon. He was generous with her in his will. thanks for help

Added by P Moore on Feb 21, 2016 11:33 AM

Kelly Brown
I recently did a photo request for William Fulenwider at Dade City Cemetery. I was able to verify he is buried there. However, no other Fulenwiders are buried there. When I researched the above memorial I noticed his death was in Dade County not Dade City.... I am not sure if this is part of your family, but it does appear as if the cemetery associated is incorrect. :)

Added by Kelly Brown on Feb 20, 2016 12:13 AM

L.R. Crosby
Oscar Pierce
I just recently found this info. In the book, Southern Martyrs, by Moses Koeningsberg, about Alabamians that volunteered for the Spanish-American War, there is an O. Pierce serving in Company G, 2nd Ala. Inf. Also serving in this same unit, is Walter Lee Riley.

On October 5, 1922, Pension Application #1195214
was filed. Veterans name was Oscar Pierce. Beneficiary, Pearl Pierce, and she is listed as Widowed.

Based on this, Oscar died sometime in 1922, or before.

Added by L.R. Crosby on Feb 14, 2016 8:42 AM

Don Atwell
RE: Pic of Gravestone for Isabelle Williford
Memorial # 29552098

Added by Don Atwell on Feb 03, 2016 8:29 PM

Don Atwell
RE: Pic of Gravestone for Isabelle Williford
I actually photographed the entire cemetery a couple of years ago, my GGG Grandmother is buried there. At the time there was a cedar tree that covered this headstone but it was recently cut down.


Added by Don Atwell on Jan 20, 2016 11:06 AM

J Tack
Peterson, Elwin Herbert
Re: memorial 111270099, I am a long friend of Doc, his wife, & children, I am sending a couple of corrections/additions. I also have his obit and I know the location of his remains if it will help. Jim

Added by J Tack on Dec 14, 2015 11:41 AM

K & V
Hayes Scott McGraw
I noticed that you left a virtual flower on the memorial for Hayes Scott McGraw (Find A Grave Memorial# 11267180). I am trying to locate someone from the McGraw family. Are you related to him?
Thanks, Virginia

Added by K & V on Nov 22, 2015 3:58 PM

L.R. Crosby
Shadrick J Bell, Sadler Cemetery
Just an interesting, but sad note. Shadrick J Bell's brother in law, John B. Parsons was also a member of the same military unit. They died within 2 days of each other. Parsons is buried in Dogwood Grove Cemetery, Adger Al. Jefferson Co. with his parents.

Added by L.R. Crosby on Nov 22, 2015 7:02 AM

RE: Swaim Families.....
I love your photo! Yes, we are related. Please add any pictures of the Swaims that you may have. :)

Added by Linda on Sep 29, 2015 4:43 PM

Lewis Clark
Frank Lewis & Marjorie Clark
Thank you so much for the transfer. I am curious - is my link to Jerry, Henry Harris Clark (my great-great grandfather)? In that case we might be 3rd cousins?
Hope you are delivered an upset victory!
I have a cousin on Mother's side, who lives with her husband in Vancouver, WA. She and I started school together in MA and have remained very close. Have visited WA on many occasions and BC once - lovely area.

Added by Lewis Clark on Sep 03, 2015 10:44 AM

Lewis Clark
Frank Lewis Clark
Hello Julie,
Many thanks for your kind note. Frank Lewis was my Dad's first cousin and I knew him, his wife, Marjorie, and the family very well. Transfer of the two would be a kind gesture. Hope your trip to the middle west goes well - sounds exciting!

Added by Lewis Clark on Sep 02, 2015 2:37 PM

Lewis Clark
Photo of Frank Lewis
I have placed a scan of a photo from my grandparents (Carl A. & Louise {Freeman} Clark) collection of Frank Lewis. The original is sadly faded, making the image less than ideal. Hope you have one that is more distinct.

Added by Lewis Clark on Sep 01, 2015 4:55 PM

Robin OGrady
ruth leland
Hi Ruth is my 6th great grandmother and she does have a line to the Bells.
Ruth's daughter Mary married William V Martin
William son Aaron Martin had a son Rueben B Martin
Rueben had a daughter Mary Elizabeth who married Elmer C Russell
whose son Undril Ulyses Russell married Bertha Margaret Bell

Undril and Bertha were my grand parents.

Hope this helps a little.

Robin O'Grady

Added by Robin OGrady on Aug 21, 2015 5:14 PM

Isabella Catherine Matilda "Isabel" Dick Fulenwider
You have this individual buried in Galilee Cemetery, Sarasota, Fla. Are you sure? Galilee is a traditionally African American Cemetery.

Added by SixDogTeam on Aug 02, 2015 6:30 AM

Geoff Hickok
RE: Carlos Caleb Hickok
TY Julie...

Geoff Hickok

Added by Geoff Hickok on Jul 25, 2015 1:11 PM


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