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Mary Monk (#47716557)
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Fred Cook
George Gibbins
Thanks for the updates and correction. If this is your Family, I would be glad to transfer to you. Just let me know.

Added by Fred Cook on Nov 25, 2015 7:41 AM

Evelyn Jepson
Gibbins graves
Greetings Mary: They aren't related to me, would you like them transferred?

If so, they will be transferred on Monday, next.

Evelyn Jepson.

Added by Evelyn Jepson on Oct 22, 2015 7:03 PM

Evelyn Jepson
RE: George Wilfred Gibbins
Are any of the other Gibbins related to you?

Added by Evelyn Jepson on Apr 30, 2015 8:11 PM

DNA hit, wanted to let you know.
Dear Mary, I don't have your email address to contact you privately, but I got DNA tested through and matched a tree with Mary Woodhull's family in it, so I'm hoping to discover how I tie in, possibly through my ggg grandfather Daniel S. Lacy being a brother of Henry Lacey. If you find any info on Henry's siblings would you please be so kind as to let me know? I've spent many years researching (not just online but around Connecticut), but can't find the birth record in question. Thanks so much.

Added by greatgrands on Oct 08, 2012 8:33 PM

Michael K. Middleton
Lacey Family Bible
I bought a very old Bible with records of Henry Francis Lacey and two wives Maria Knapp and Eliza Perez Naomi Gallup and there descendants. It does lists the twin daughters Lucy Estelle Lacy and Elizabeth Isabelle Lacy daughters of Daniel Lacy & Elizabeth H. Goodman. I have researched this family. The family comes from Connecticut to New York. Michael Middleton

Added by Michael K. Middleton on Jul 10, 2012 5:00 PM

Daniel R. Lacey
Dear Mary,
I was looking through records last night trying to find exact birth location of John G. Lacey in Kansas. I have inquired in Kansas forums. It occurred to me that the photo of the twins may contain Daniel's DNA to this day! You probably have no interest in having it tested but I thought I'd plant the seed, as it would be interesting to see if he has matches in the DNA databases for the Lacey families, so many people are getting tested now.
Just thought I'd leave you a note, I very much appreciate your help with the memorials, I did add the info you sent!

Added by greatgrands on Jun 06, 2012 4:04 PM

Thank you!
Thanks so much, I am adding your name to the photos.
If you would ever like to contact me directly rather than through the public message, just click Edit/Suggest a correction on one of the memorials I manage, and include your email address. Then I can share my email address with you. Otherwise my only option is to post it publicly and I don't want to do that. ;)

Added by greatgrands on Feb 09, 2012 2:38 AM

More on the Laceys
I've been in contact with RSJacob, regarding photos. He told me they are yours, is it okay with you if I put your name on them as being the source?
I want to give credit.

Also wondering if you have any record of siblings of Henry Francis Lacey? Thanks!

Added by greatgrands on Feb 08, 2012 4:32 AM

Re: Lacey family
Hi, thanks for the note on spellings. What I meant is some of the other family members' names are spelled without the "e" in records and on gravestones, so if trying to find them in records or at FindAGrave, try both spellings for more complete results. People were not so careful about spelling back then.
If you have any interest in the branch that owned Lacey's Mill, visit Fairfield Museum and History Center. They have a collection of papers from that family, including old deeds and books of orders/transactions of the fulling mill. It's wonderful to see them in person. If you have further info or photos to share, please let me know, or directly upload photos to the memorials. Thanks!

Added by greatgrands on Feb 06, 2012 3:33 PM


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