|Alan Tomasi||RE: Hannah Dwight Whiting|
No problem, thank you very much!
Added by Alan Tomasi on Dec 10, 2012 4:39 PM
|Thomas Goetz||Thomas Simmons 1609-1680|
Hello, I just wish to ask if you found the dates for his birth and
death on a headstone, if there was one, or find it in cemetery records. Same question for his wife, Elizabeth Nash.
Thanks for all your research. Tom Goetz
Birth: 1602, Netherlands
Thomas Simmons (1602-1682) was born in the Netherlands.
In 1628, he married Elizabeth Nash (1609-1680). They came to Massachusetts in 1633. (Ancestry.com records are contradictory on this couple. They show Elizabeth born in Massachusetts in 1623 - unlikely - then Thomas coming to Massachusetts in 1633.) Thomas Simmons died in 1682 in Boston, Massachusetts. CHILD: Elizabeth (Simmons) Brooks, (1628-1687), first wife of Gilbert Brooks (1621-1695), married in 1644 in Massachusetts. Find a Grave #38414206.
Added by Thomas Goetz on May 16, 2012 1:02 PM
|Karen Hay||Elizabeth Henchman 1610-1668|
Would you please add this to her findagrave page? I requested a photo and someone tried to get if for me and came across the following information.
Cemetery office confirmed that this burial is unmarked.It also reported, specifically:
The oldest surviving headstone in the Forefathers Burial ground is for Grace Livermore (Find A Grave Memorial# 18168775) and the cemetery records do not show any plots for colonial period unmarked graves. So if Elizabeth Henchman is buried here (and she certainly could have been), she does not have a headstone and there is no record of a plot location.
Added by Karen Hay on Apr 25, 2012 2:35 PM
|Sally Loeb||Rachel Allen Allen 1658-1731|
Hi Did Rachel die in Boston or Dartmouth? Your memorial says Dartmouth but after her death date it says Boston. Sally
Added by Sally Loeb on Mar 13, 2012 6:27 PM
|Bob and Rose||Mary Henchman|
Thanks for the info on Mary Henchman.
Added by Bob and Rose on Jan 21, 2012 11:57 AM
|Bradley Moody||RE: Joanna Waldo (Brewster) (Cleveland)|
I made the corrections. I don't remember are you a Brewster descendant? If so what is your line to you?
Added by Bradley Moody on Jan 19, 2012 1:49 PM
|Caryn||Anthony Morse Sr's other wife|
I think you asked about Anthony Morse Sr's other wife. See
Also, the 'First Witch of New England' article said Anthony's father was Samuel. I believe this is in error. It was written 200 years after the fact and I think the writer was just trying to make it more interesting for the reader.
Added by Caryn on Sep 27, 2011 6:04 PM
|Caryn||Website on Morse Family|
Hi again, You need to check out
Here's another SUPER good website about the Anthony Morse family history in England and the witch trial. It's 8 pages long. Elizabeth Morse was the FIRST New England Witch. Predating the Salem witch trials.
Added by Caryn on Sep 27, 2011 4:25 PM
|Caryn||Joseph Morse 1707-1777|
Joseph's 2nd wife was Ruth Warren. Ruth was previously married to Orloff Williams. Orloff died and left her a widow. That's all I have on Ruth.
Joseph's and Ruth's son, Charles Morse, is the only child I know about. It looks like Charles moved his family from CT to MI about 1820-1830. Charles findagrave memorial # is 55611904. You can follow (most of) his descendants from there.
I wish I had more info on the family. Unfortunately, they didn't even have a camera until the 20th century and what photos were taken, weren't identified. I got more from ancestry.com than my grandmother Morse ever knew.
Thanks for sharing what you know. You did fill in a few holes I had. :) Stuff I have to share is ...
An interesting tidbit I found on acestry.com was that the family name used to be spelled 'Morss'. Joseph's father Peter's record is found under that spelling.
Anthony Morss Jr.'s (1631-1677) 1st wife was Elizabeth Knight. She died in 1677. I don't know of any children.
The earliest Morss I have found is Anthony Sr. whom you know already about.
Q: On Mary Barnard's memorial 10856998, it says, "Son: Philip EASTMAN husband/cousin of Mary Eastman". Can you elaborate on that? Did he marry his cousin?
Added by Caryn on Sep 26, 2011 3:55 PM
|Caryn||Old Old Morse Family Info|
After poking around in findagrave.com, I can see you've been doing your homework. :) Would you share what you know of Joseph Morse 1707-1777's ancestry with me please? Thank You Very Much!
Added by Caryn on Sep 24, 2011 1:22 PM
|Caryn||Kezia Cleveland Morse 1711-1758|
We're almost related. :) After Kezia died, her husband Joseph married Ruth. I'm a descendant of Joseph and Ruth Morse. Nice to meet you. :)
Added by Caryn on Sep 24, 2011 12:09 PM
|Mary Ann Bell||Mayflower & New Netherlands|
Thanks for the info on the folks from Langendyck. I also have ancestors on the Mayflower, in my case, John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley. But I have found it harder to locate info on my family in New Netherlands and appreciate your entries on those folks. Are you by any chace related to the Rosenkrans or Van Campens from new Amsterdam?
Added by Mary Ann Bell on Aug 13, 2011 6:19 PM
|Bradley Moody||RE: Jonah and Jonathan Brewster|
I had saved a copy of my suggestion emails in my email sent folder and have now forwarded them to you. I too am very interested in the Brewster family. In fact I am currently putting the info from The Brewster Genealogy book into my Family Tree Maker. I still have 340 paged left until I finish. I amde about 5 pages a day and so will take awhile yet. Once done I would be willing to send a gedcom to you. My line is from the pilgrim through his daughter Elizabeth. From her to her son Joseph Emerson to his son Ebenezer to his daughter Susan married Isaac Burnap. To her daughter Bethia married John Nichols. To her son Samuel to his daughter Susan married Joseph Bradley Hall. To her son George Washington Hall to his son George Washington Hall jr to his son Frank Eugene Hall to his daughter Bonnie Jean Hall married Louis Franklin Moody jr. Bonnie is my mom and all these have memorials on Find A Grave.
Added by Bradley Moody on Jul 22, 2011 1:15 PM
|Beverly Davis Valcovic||RE: Mary Farwell Bates|
I think her husband was there also, but I'm not sure. It's probable that she was buried near him.
Added by Beverly Davis Valcovic on Jul 20, 2011 1:32 PM
|P Fazzini||RE: Anna Van Rensselaer Douw #54697608|
Added by P Fazzini on Jul 11, 2011 5:18 AM
|John Parker||RE: John Carpenter 54958393|
Thanks Tennise, for John Carpenter's death date; I've updated the memorial accordingly.
Added by John Parker on Jul 06, 2011 12:06 PM
I mistyped.... "meth" should read "me the" ....it often happens on an I-Pad.
Can you send me the resources?
Added by Kevin Avery on Jul 05, 2011 12:09 PM
|Kevin Avery||grace Betts Morris|
Can you send meth resources for her parents? Thanks!
Added by Kevin Avery on Jul 04, 2011 9:33 PM
|P Fazzini||RE: Edith Rosamund Squire Adams|
Thanks will try to get 2 memorials for her-will try to get memorials merged
Added by P Fazzini on Jun 07, 2011 4:34 PM
|Norman Cross||RE: Willis Cook|
Elizabeth S. Cook's sister Sarah Jane Cook was my great-great grandmother. I believe that would make you my 4th cousin. Small world. I just visited the Old Callao Cemetery again this last weekend with my nephew. He is interested in the Civil War and wanted to see several of the veterans there. There is a Civil War Medal of Honor winner there, Oliver Hughes (no relation to us). There is also a P. W. Cross headstone in Old Callao that I suspect is some sort of relation but I have not been able to find any thing about him yet.
Added by Norman Cross on Jun 01, 2011 8:59 PM
|Norman Cross||RE: Willis Cook|
With his marriage (I found the record) to Sarah Hackler in 1846, I take it that with Elizabeth S. Cook born in 1830 that Elizabeth S. Cook would have another child of Willis & his first wife Sarah Croom (they were married in 1822?
Added by Norman Cross on Jun 01, 2011 4:33 PM
|Norman Cross||RE: Willis Cook|
Thanks much for the information. I had Elizabeth S. Cook listed in the family tree along with her husband James Slater Bonar, and also had Willis Cook but did not have her mother, Sarah Heckler (Willis second wife). Your help has enable me to fill in the missing link between those branches of the tree.
Added by Norman Cross on Jun 01, 2011 4:17 PM
|Marte||Sarah Anna Ten Broeck|
You'll have to ask the person who created the memorial for Sarah Anna Ten Broeck to add the family links to her parents.
Georgina Pearson Ten Broeck 58644115 and Cornelius Ten Broeck 58644080.
Added by Marte on Jun 01, 2011 8:37 AM
|gaynelle brown||Nathan B. Morse|
I am searching from my Great-Great Grandfather. His name was Nathan B. Morse. He had a son also named Nathan B. Morse,Jr. The junior volunteered during Civil War, came south, married Rebecca Summerall from Laurens, S. C. He never returned to New York. The junior died in 1919 in Cherokee county, S. C. When Nathan Jr. came south, he used the name MORRIS and MORSE. All of the children of Nathan, Jr. use the name MORRIS. When Nathan, Jr. entered the Civil war, he may have had the name MOSS.
I cannot locate the parents of Nathan, Jr. Do you have any additional information. Any information will be helpful.
My mother is the granddaughter of Nathan, Jr.
Thank you for anyleads............
Added by gaynelle brown on Feb 20, 2011 11:21 AM
Your Welcome, You can get the full size original and others under the Morse Tiffany names from my "Ancestry" tree. I do just requests here as my photos are 5 to 6 times larger than F.A.G. allows you to post. Its a real pain editing them down to fit. (And I add here only when I'm burnt out from working on my tree) I don't have to go through that on Ancestry so its a lot easier to add pic's there. I'll send you an invite.
Added by brianz190 on Dec 13, 2010 1:50 PM