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Nancy Painthorse Salisbury (#47899816)
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dells
Mary Anderson 96570675
I am just a little confused. Mary Ellen Arrigan Anderson is the daughter of Catherine O'Brien 53884785? Mary was born 1868, Catherine the mother was born 1857? According to your family tree on ancestry you have her birth dates souced in the 1870 census, however, those records show her as being 1 year old with a sister, Catherine and mother and father as James and Bridget. If patrick is the father, again he was born in 1854, not impossible but at the age of 14 he would have been a bit young. In the 1870 census you have him listed in Kansas City, MO age, 16 and not married. Please double check. Thanks,

dells

Added by dells on Sep 30, 2014 11:10 AM

Kim Barli
Arrigan Family
Hi Nancy,
Catharine & Patrick Arrigan are my GG Grandparents. My G Grandmother is Anastacia Arrigan Bigelow (Mary Ellen's Sister). Would love to connect! Kim

Added by Kim Barli on Sep 27, 2014 3:43 PM

Anonymous
Hey Ln
That person has now been trying to collect up the memorials of my great grandmothers family, who she isn't even related to, and I see that some of the siblings have disappeared AGAIN! What a piece of work! Lk

Added by Anonymous on Sep 17, 2014 7:18 PM

Anonymous
A friend
Hey Nancy I have replaced some of the memorials that were deleted, if you would like to have them, I would like to transfer them over to you for safe keeping. It doesn't matter who owns them just as long as they are there! I think if you have them they will be less likely to be deleted. You know how to reach me.

Added by Anonymous on Aug 17, 2014 3:18 PM

Darrel Salisbury
Salisbury genealogy
Hi Nancy,

I have done an extensive study of my Salisbury ancestry. I have synopses for most of the major branches - about 70 to date. The synopsis,(The Ancestors and descendants of Richard Salisbury of Georgetown, Madison County, New York)runs to 16 pages, as of today. The synopsis (The Descendants of Richard Salisbury: With Some Ancestral Families)
is about 15 pages. I'd like to send the first to you, but I need an email address. I did a 3 page
study of the deaths of William & John Salisbury.
But, I have apparently deleted it & will have to do it again, :( . BTW, what is the genesis of your middle name, Painthorse?

Darrel

Added by Darrel Salisbury on Jul 24, 2014 10:17 AM

Laurie Charles Bowman
RE: Salisbury
Nancy,

I see that you would like me to transfer a record, and add some links. What is the name of the son you would like to be updated and transferred? I see the parents names listed, but not the son?

Laurie

Added by Laurie Charles Bowman on Jun 23, 2014 10:06 AM

Diane Gravlee
Hartshorn
I descend from John's brother, Jonathan (b. 1677). And yes, we visited the cemetery some years back and made that observation. Hope you will move the coat of arms to Thomas.

Added by Diane Gravlee on Jun 13, 2014 7:56 PM

Diane Gravlee
John Hartshorn
Since your relationship is more than the required number for transfers and I am related to him as well through his brother, I wish to retain his memorial. I do have a suggestion for you and that is to delete the family crest photo you posted to his memorial and INSTEAD post it to his grandfather's memorial. His grandfather is Thomas Hartshorn (born England 1614, died Mass. 1683) and is memorial # 22952288. I think it is more appropriate to have the British crest posted to the immigrant rather than someone who was born and died in America. Just a thought.
Diane

Added by Diane Gravlee on Jun 12, 2014 6:26 PM

Carolyn Farnum
Salisburys in Seattle
I probably removed the cause of death. The original info came from the old record cards at Evergreen Washelli Cemetery office and it seems strange that both were listed with that same cause of death?? I have those cards on microfiche and if you want I can look them up again.

Be safe,
Carolyn

Added by Carolyn Farnum on May 31, 2014 8:34 AM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
Family ties to Mayflower
Came across Mary Ann Carder Seamans, married Thomas Seamans, Susannah Salisbury's gg grandson, anyway Mary Ann Carder is a Mayflower descendant, from William Mullens, who arrived on the Mayflower with his daughter Priscilla. Priscilla later married John Alden, who also arrived on the Mayflower. I bet her descendants also knew the Salisbury's in Williams Salisbury's family.

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Apr 20, 2014 5:18 AM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: Salisbury
I use ancestry.com and Findagrave.com simultaneously so if that person posted it it should be there if it's a public account. I spent the whole day going down the Seamans line linking the family members to find a grave memorials. So you should be able to see it on ancestry.com. I hope to do the Salisbury line from Susannah Salisbury Seaman up to the Tudors next. Thanks for the info.

Karrie G

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Apr 20, 2014 5:12 AM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
Family ties
By the way Nancy, after doing my grandmothers family tree, Dorothy Seaman Nixon, related to Susanna Salisbury Seaman, her husbands family, the Nixon's, are related to Edward Weaver, and Joseph Smith, as well as the Jennings, who were related to Jennings the said to be richest man in England of his time. And Charles Dickens wrote a book about this family and how this mans inheritance was dwindled away by lawyers and lawsuits.

Karrie G

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Apr 19, 2014 5:44 PM

Rusty
RE: Chole Salisbury Carncross
Hi
I think I fixed it Find A Grave Memorial# 31279647 Check it and see if I put in the correct info. Then delete your Chole memorial. I think that will fix the duplicate. Let me know if this works.
Rusty (#48125881)

Added by Rusty on Apr 13, 2014 7:09 AM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: salisbury
Thanks, I was a little upset at first and disabled my messages, but I'm over it now, and have my message board back up. I have been doing a lot of research, so if there is anything you come across you need information on Ill be glad to help 🐎

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Apr 04, 2014 11:38 PM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: Tudors
Agree, it's too funny, when I told my family they said, "We're related to Henry the 8th?!!!"

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Mar 02, 2014 3:56 PM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: Llewenni
Yes I hid read about the Llewenni Hall and I was getting to the link to William the Conquerer, and read about he Babington Plot, if it wasn't for all these things, we wouldn't be here today, that really blows my mind, related to the Tudors through birth, but if our ancestors didn't try to do away with the Tudors I doubt if they would have come to America, crazy! It seems no matter what line you follow the Salisbury's or Tudors we were related or connected to the Royal family, and what has been a kick for me is, so was my husbands family. I also think my birth fathers family might have been as well, there is a town on the border of Wales and England with that same last name, said to have been the home and lands of one of the kings brothers.

For most of my life I knew absolutely NOTHING about my family tree, not even grandparents or their parents, due to divorce, early deaths during the influenza epidemic, adoption, etc... It's exciting to discover all this information, thanks for all your help!

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Mar 02, 2014 3:42 PM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: Tudors
I also traced the TUDOR line through Henry VII, father of Sir Roland Velville to Ednyfed Fychan Ap Cynwrig, hurried at Llandrillo yn Rhos Churchyard Llandrillo-yn-RhosConwy, Wales! Plot: Ednyfed Fychan Chapel 1246. I haven't gone much further than that. I also traced the Salisbury line to Thomas Salusbury MP, 1505, and the line ended, for now.

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Mar 01, 2014 6:01 PM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: Tudors
Yes I agree the war was horrific for both sides. I hope that some day I can visit the memorial. And I have made some corrections, I was confusing Sir John Salusbury with John Saisbury. My family goes through John Salisbury. It gets so confusing when parents name sons the same names and daughters after the mother, you really have to check the dates and locations. But then again that's what I did with my son William, his dad is William, his dad is William and there is an uncle who is William, all with the same last name! One time we started getting military retirement checks sent to my husband who had also worked on a naval base, luckily we asked questions because it was suppose to be for his dad who has the same name,lol! I'm working on a connection with my husbands family who was Germany a very short time, then Dijon France for several generations, but originally from England in the 1300 and I suspect to the 1100. His family was given a castle by a King of that time in the 1300's only to have it taken away by the next King who didn't want anyone but the royals to own land and castles, afraid of uprisings and attacks. His ancestral Castle was owned by Sir William La Gros.

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Mar 01, 2014 5:51 PM

Fern Mayhugh
RE: Fern M.
I'm here in Arlington TX with failing health but think of your folks and you often ... Fern

Added by Fern Mayhugh on Feb 27, 2014 10:20 PM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: William Salisbury
I did research King Philips War, that was very interesting, what a brutal situation. I told my sons about it. Some day I would like to visit the monument.

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Feb 27, 2014 7:52 PM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: Salisbury
My line goes from
Thomas Seamans1622-?/Susanna Salibury Seamans to
William Salisbury1622-1675/Susanna Kent Salisbury to
Sir John Salisbury1589/Margaret Crowley Salisbury to
John Salisbury 1540-1575/Catherine TUDOR of Berain Salisbury to
TUDOR Ap Vychan of Berain/Jane De Velville 1525-1545 to
Sir Roland Velville 1474-1535/Agnes's Griffith to
King Henry VII/Lady Velville

I was wondering when I saw Jane Middleton Salisbury if she was related to Kate Middleton.

It's also interesting that if you follow the Salisbury line from Catherine TUDOR of Berain through her father Sir Roland Velville and through her husband John Salusbury you come to the name Gruffydd.

I also find it interesting that if Sir Roland was the first son(allegedly illegitimate) of King Henry VII, why does he and his heirs marry into the TUDOR and Salisbury families if he was not of royal blood. If he was a fatherless nobody it's not likely that his heirs would be able to marry so well. And I read an article where after Henry the 8th took the throne he had one of the elderly woman relative of Velville's family executed. Interesting!

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Feb 27, 2014 7:49 PM

Fern Mayhugh
Curt and Bev
They befriended me when you lived in Colorado and I enjoyed their friendship for many years. I think of them frequently and miss them. You are doing a beautiful job on their pages. I'm sure they would be proud. Keep up the good work. Fern

Added by Fern Mayhugh on Feb 27, 2014 8:44 AM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: William Salisbury
Thank you, for your reply, I did just find the link to the Tudors, and followed it up to King Henry VII via Sir Vilville.i also followed his daughter who married a TUDOR, as well as the Salisbury line they all seem to be connected. Both lines seem to be connected to a Jonnet Griffydd. Haven't figured that one out quite yet. I need to make a big tree where I can see them all at one time. I also found some further info on the Seamans line, Which was my grandmothers maiden name, William Salisbury's daughter Susanna Salisbury married a Seamans and that's how I got onto to the Salisbury line. Well any way thanks for your help. I also found Geni.com to be of some help.

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Feb 27, 2014 8:24 AM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
RE: William Salisbury
Thank you, for your reply, I did just find the link to the Tudors, and followed it up to King Henry VII via Sir Vilville.i also followed his daughter who married a TUDOR, as well as the Salisbury line they all seem to be connected. Both lines seem to be connected to a Jonnet Griffydd. Haven't figured that one out quite yet. I need to make a big tree where I can see them all at one time. I also found some further info on the Seamans line, Which was my grandmothers maiden name, William Salisbury's daughter Susanna Salisbury married a Seamans and that's how I got onto to the Salisbury line. Well any way thanks for your help. I also found Geni.com to be of some help.

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Feb 27, 2014 8:24 AM

ANCESTRY DETECTIVE
William Salisbury
Thank you for all the information you provided, William Salisbury was my 7th Greatgrandfather, and it took me while to find information on him and the family. Susanna Salisbury Seamans was my 6th great grandmother down to my Grandmother Dorthy Seamans. It's always appreciated when you find a new lead to your family tree.

Added by ANCESTRY DETECTIVE on Feb 22, 2014 6:06 PM

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