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A Family Who Loves Genealogy (#47178231)
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A.Firefly
Sarah Bird
Send the info -- the more the merrier -- -- I'll enter bio as I come across it -- anything you can put in the drop downs will be done pretty quickly. Thanks!!

Added by A.Firefly on Jul 24, 2015 8:10 PM

Kevin Avery
Daniel Aldrich
The Daniel I posted never lived in NY, so I doubt he is the father of Merton.

Kevin

Added by Kevin Avery on Jul 20, 2015 5:00 PM

Ted Myers
RE: Hello my new friend!
Here is what I have come up with, I hope it helps.
He was in the Peninsula Campaign. In the battle for Malvern Hill, he was wounded in the head and taken prisoner, He was exchanged prior to the battle of Antietam, where he was killed on Sept 17,1862. b. 23 Sept 1834, Sullivan County, NY. His father was Daniel M. and his mother, Catherine Crissey. I have no information as to when he married, but his wife, Mary C. Angell applied for a pension on Apr 7,1882, application # 291,362. His enlistment records list him as single, so don't know when he married. The information comes from the NY Town Clerk's register 1861-1865, and pension records.Ted

Added by Ted Myers on Jul 20, 2015 4:17 PM

GEORGE MCILROY
Lost Contact
Carol,
this is George McIlroy i lost contact with you. I think you still have my number. If you can I would like to re-connect.
thanks

Added by GEORGE MCILROY on Jul 20, 2015 3:02 PM

Ted Myers
RE: Cheery Hello Ted
No, please do so, let me know when you have finished, and I will delete the memorial, I am very happy he has a known place of burial, that is a victory for us, thank you very kindly. Very glad to have you as a friend. Ted

Added by Ted Myers on Jul 20, 2015 12:11 PM

Vickie
RE: My goodness gracious...
About Clausland Cemetery, if I had documented, sadly I can't take credit for that one! Have a nice weekend!

Added by Vickie on Jul 18, 2015 1:36 PM

Ted Myers
Menton C
You mentioned that Menton died of wounds, but the rosters say he was killed on Sep17,1862, the roster also does not say that his body was removed. But he was an officer, could very well have been sent home or removed later. What kind of marker does he have. If he has a proper burial place, then the memorial I have created for him, then it should be deleted. Ted

Added by Ted Myers on Jul 17, 2015 8:10 PM

Andy B
RE: Had to take a few moments to thank you!
Thanks... like i said ... digital cameras are great.
Andy

Added by Andy B on Jul 17, 2015 8:38 AM

Veronique
Rev John Cornelius
Hello! Thanks so much for your email. There are two Reverend John Cornelius' ... one's middle name was "Wesley" and he was my 2x great-grandfather. I don't think the other one's middle name was Wesley though, the one married to Martha. I would love to see the obituary though, and do appreciate your interest!
Best regards,
Veronique

Added by Veronique on Jul 14, 2015 8:17 PM

ReeT
RE: Corrected
Thanks, Ree

Added by ReeT on Jul 10, 2015 1:27 PM

skye
RE: Gotta love ya!
I am up to date with all my edits, so if they are not done yet, it's because I didn't receive them.

Added by skye on Jul 10, 2015 1:21 PM

skye
Marie Dumperth
So awfully sorry! You are quite correct that she is buried in Aurora, which is exactly what I had in my records. I must have had both cemetery pages open at the same time and brain-cramped when I entered her memorial. That has been corrected. Thanks for bring it to my attention.

Added by skye on Jul 09, 2015 3:30 PM

Kellie Walton
Thank you!
I just wanted to say thank you for all your work and effort on the Haring line. It's been a pleasure to read your detailed memorials. Your pretty mom would have been my tenth cousin, once removed ... so that practically makes us sisters. LOL What an interesting heritage we share!

Take care and thank you again.
Kellie

Added by Kellie Walton on Jul 08, 2015 4:12 PM

skye
Matilda Dumperth
Thanks so very much for the kind words. They are really appreciated. I have to put up at times with so many negative remarks that you are a breath of fresh air. I am ALWAYS glad to add anything anyone wants included in a memorial. Please send it along at your convenience.

Added by skye on Jul 08, 2015 1:11 PM

DebStarrett
RE: Whew Whew Whew....
Hey there,

I sent you an email, it didn't bounce back so hopefully I still have the correct email address.

Me too, I am glad when winter to gets to So. FL.

Deb

Added by DebStarrett on Jul 03, 2015 1:07 PM

DebStarrett
Hello my friend
Looks like you have embraced the spirit of the search. You have been busy my friend.

I have been more busy inside my house than outside. I love walking the cemeteries but the heat of So. FL is not good on my health.

But I hope to get back out and about.

Hugs,
Deb

Added by DebStarrett on Jun 27, 2015 9:22 AM

Lee Ann L
Ries Transfer
Sorry it took a bit -- I'm not on that often. But, both Ries profiles have been transferred to your management. Enjoy your reunion!

Added by Lee Ann L on Jun 25, 2015 9:35 PM

Terry
Welcome Back!!
Thank you, thank you! I checked out the one you mentioned and I loaded a birth and a death certificate. That is why it looks like two.
Keep in touch my new f/g friend!! :)

Added by Terry on Jun 23, 2015 4:59 PM

Terry
Welcome Back!!

Added by Terry on Jun 23, 2015 4:57 PM

Terry
Hello my new friend!
I went ahead and added all the stuff I had to your memorial on Ashby Clinton.
Trust me, I completely understand trying to work on your phone. It can definitely be frustrating.
Thanks for all of your help, and I really enjoyed reading your biography.
Until we meet again, Terry

Added by Terry on Jun 21, 2015 12:28 PM

Shiredweller
John Tayloe Corbin
You're welcome! Very glad to help. Genealogy, as you know quite well, can get very confusing! My own family seemed to delight in coming up with new ways to spell the family name... and my wife's early ancestors delighted in naming their children after themselves, and their brothers and sisters did the same with their kids, and of course from child #3 on, the children's names matched those of their aunts, uncles, and cousins. Thank God for the occasional middle name! My wife's tree has so many John Corbins it's mind-boggling.

I read your bio - very touching and inspiring! Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Best wishes! Pete

Added by Shiredweller on Jun 19, 2015 8:17 PM

Anne Mortensen
Patrick Lalley
I have transferred this memorial to you per your request. Have a great family reunion!

Anne

Added by Anne Mortensen on Jun 17, 2015 7:37 PM

Laura J. Stewart
RE: Simply had to take a few moments to give you praise!
Such kind words! You made my day!! Did you find anyone from my memorials that we might be commonly related to? I read your bio, it seems we have a lot in common. I survived cancer in 1994, then a bad accident in 2010 that has left me disabled. We are still here, so I guess we have ancestors to find and their stories to tell..... your memorials are wonderful also!!

Added by Laura J. Stewart on Jun 17, 2015 2:26 PM

Yvonne
Alexander Moody #79887169
I can not get the San Saba News in 1880's
I got Alexander's obituary some where on line, but don't remember where

Added by Yvonne on Jun 16, 2015 9:40 AM

Emily Stokes Rowe
RE: Hello there Emily!
Thank you so much for the link. I am returning to Albany in September, so I am on the lookout. I have figured out where Patrick Dillon lived, having found in the New York State Library archives an 1850 map of the wards - he ran a hotel near the waterfront.
Emily

Added by Emily Stokes Rowe on Jun 15, 2015 12:52 PM

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