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June Summers (#47421065)
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Lillie Riney
RE: Jacob Dick
I don't remember now where I got that info. It was from another Find A Grave member, I'm sure. I've transferred both of them to you so you can edit them as you wish. They are no relation to me.

Added by Lillie Riney on Feb 08, 2014 3:06 PM

RE: Stephen T. Anderson
I'm sorry, I don't know if they're related

Added by historylover4ever on Jun 20, 2013 3:07 PM

Ernest Sharpe Jr
RE: siblings of Sarah Marshall
I"m sorry T do not,:(

Added by Ernest Sharpe Jr on Mar 02, 2013 4:16 PM

Ernest Sharpe Jr
sorry I do not,

Added by Ernest Sharpe Jr on Mar 02, 2013 4:10 PM

RE: Your Anderson line
My name is Lynn Jones

Here's the link To Robert Anderson & Mary Overston

And major Robert Anderson is on this same website. Click the button above that say lists. then families. Look for Anderson. and then list them alphabetically.

All the Anderson's here lead to Sir Richard Anderson & Mary Spencer. The line thru Mary Spencer goes back to William the Conquer, I believe.

I don't remember seeing a Morrison is this tree, but it could be on another tree. And the same fro Key. I remember I've seen this name & I'm still looking for it.

And I didn't see Norman Anderson in this line. But, it doesn't mean it's not on another list somewhere.

Added by historylover4ever on Mar 01, 2013 1:03 PM

RE: Maj. R. Anderson
My line is Robert Anderson & Mary Overton. Distantly related to Major Robert Anderson. This is on my mom's side of the family.
I've seen a Key surname before in my research. And I'm trying to locate where exactly where I've seen Major Robert Anderson and the Key surname.
I'm just thrilled The Anderson line goes back to Richard Anderson & Mary Spencer. Mary is from the wealthy Spencer family of Althorp. Princess Diana's childhood home.

Added by historylover4ever on Mar 01, 2013 10:17 AM

RE: Major Robert Anderson
Major Robert Anderson & Montgomery Clift. Are both in my family tree. thanks

Added by historylover4ever on Mar 01, 2013 6:15 AM

Please let me know if you have details about Crampton/Cramton family history to share if you would like details about Dennis Crampton and his descendants.

Added by Ike on Feb 02, 2013 5:28 PM

Barb Destromp
Re: Bachus Crampton Flower Message

You can send me the info that you would like to add to Bachus's Memorial and I can add it in your behalf to the bio section of his memorial; which is the proper place for it... to remove what you have on the flower: you can click on the flower and it should go to a new screen where you can DELETE that yellow flower and info and then you can add a new flower..


Added by Barb Destromp on Jan 25, 2013 2:24 AM

RE: Robt. Anderson FG 40540599
Hi! I believe my stepfather's family is related to Major Robert Anderson, who was a cousin of some degree - believe me, I am no good at figuring out first and second cousins, etc.

I'll give you the lineage back to Major Anderson's father:

My stepfather was James Moody Hite, Jr. (1920-1997), whose father was James Moody Hite, Sr. (1895-1968), whose mother was Lelia DeFreise Harvill (1874-1953), whose mother was Margaret Jane Gill Anderson (1834-1904), whose father was
John H. Anderson (1805-1893), whose father was
Richard "Kettle Dick" Anderson (1777-1858), whose father was David Anderson (1740-1833), whose father was Robert Anderson (1712-1792). This Robert Anderson was married to Elizabeth Clough (1722-1779). They had David Anderson listed above and Robert Clough Anderson.

I hope this information helps. It sure is interesting to research families. I'm having fun on through a gift subscription. Let me know how it works out.

Best regards,
Jeanie Adams (in very cold Anchorage, Alaska)

Added by Jeanie on Jan 21, 2013 10:14 AM

David Bard
Regarding Handmaid passengers
John Winthrop, Winthrop Papers 1623-1630, Vol. 2, p. 319 seems to indicate that there was someone named Eddy on the Handmaid. In a 29 Nov 1630 letter to his wife, Winthrop writes:

"Edy of Boxted, who came in her [the Handmaid] tould me a fortnight that he had many lettres in the shippe for me, but I heer not yet of them: which makes me now (havinge opportunity to send to Plimmouth) to write these few lines to thee, least the shippe should be gone before I have received my lettres."

The thinking is that most of the passengers were bound for Plymouth, and the ones coming to Boston (including at least one named "Edy") boarded another vessel from Plymouth with Capt. Standish of the Handmaid. Winthrop took advantage of Standish's trip to get a letter sent to his wife.

The only problem is that Boxted is about 90 miles from Cranbrook, where the Eddys' presence is established. I don't know of any sources other than this one that place the Eddy brothers there.

Added by David Bard on Sep 27, 2012 1:47 AM

K. Quentin Bremmer
RE: Christina Hefty Dick
I also have added memorials for Dewey G and Iva (Muder) Dick in Greenwood Cemetery in Palmyra MO, close enough to Durham that the familes often mix. As a matter of fact, I was in Durham because my wife has several members of her immediate family there. In addition to Dewey and Iva, I think there are 8 or so others with the Dick surname in Greenwood that I will be adding, hopefully within the next month. I don't recall ever running across the Hefty surname in this area. If you notice any of my memorials that are members of your extended family, let me know if you'd like them transfered. Unless memorials I create are also members of my family or people I have known personally I'd rather somebody with better knowledge of the family maintain them, that way if anyone has a question about them it cuts out me being a middleman or a dead end.

Added by K. Quentin Bremmer on Jan 09, 2012 2:58 PM


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