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Judi Wilson Lancaster (#47985797)
 member for 3 years, 10 months, 9 days
Robert Ortega
RE: Taylor/Cozzens
I took down the page for the Taylor family. I was not doing anymore research for this family due to being no longer associated with them because of a divorce last year. There was no other new information found. I apologize for the inconvenience.

Added by Robert Ortega on Aug 17, 2015 9:47 AM

RE: Darlington-Todd
Thanks so much for all this help. It still amazes me how many "BRANCHES" I have been able to find and the new "distant" relatives I have met in doing the research. Thanks again...

Added by Tammie on Feb 27, 2015 6:38 PM

RE: Darlington-Todd
Yes - Got it!

Ester(Hettie) is who we are speaking of.
She is my 1st Cousin 3x removed.
Her father William Todd is my 2nd Great Grand Uncle. His older brother John is my 2nd Great Grandfather.

Also, I did get the "Genealogy of the Darlington Family" on-line. I am still trying to decipher it.

Do you know what "generation" of Abraham Darlington Mary Brinton Darlington is?


Added by Tammie on Feb 25, 2015 4:55 PM

Edith Ann Todd
In the bio for Mary Brighton Darlington Todd it says the kids names are: Hettie Jane Todd (Wilson) and Edith Ann Todd (Holden) however the spouse link for Edith is Tylor Wilson? Is that Hettie's husband?

Added by Tammie on Feb 24, 2015 9:00 PM

RE: Asa Whitman / Abial/Abiah Whitman
Hi Judi - the info on Asa's parents comes from his burial record. I'm sorry to say I have no other information on them. Best regards -Deb

Added by DebL on Apr 28, 2014 8:28 AM

Robert Ortega
RE: Taylor/Cozzens
I have sent you an e-mail to the address listed on your profile page.

Added by Robert Ortega on May 09, 2013 3:34 PM

Triste Elliott
RE: Wilson Family/Fairview Cemetery
I checked the Pennsylvania death index for 1912 and the name they give is Taylor B. Wilson died in Coatesville. Here is the death certificate indexes for PA: . You can search yourself for Wilson deaths. I will note generally that I HAVE found people missing from the death indexes in the past, but it can be a big help if you have no idea when a person died. If you can figure out in what decade your Taylor Hoopes Wilson died in, that will cut down on the number of indexes you need to check through. And -- Fairview is an ENORMOUS cemetery. I doubt that we yet have all the graves there listed on Findagrave. You may be able to get information by calling the cemetery; apparently their records are not complete, but they have helped me to find older unmarked graves before, so you never know.

Added by Triste Elliott on Nov 27, 2012 2:42 PM


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