|Patricia Jackson (#47297496)|
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The various branches of my tree that I am researching are: Oliphant, Peer, Kivell, Nancekivell, Glover, Hendershot and Scofields.
For some time now I have been recording the history of Halton's earliest settlers to the present day, through the local cemeteries.
Please feel free to use my photographs, I take my photo's so that others can enjoy them, and include them in their family history if they wish.
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Hey, I'm trying to remember if you had a transcript for Greenwood or just visited the cemetery. Or my brain is fried and it was just Milton that you helped me with.. It's Friday lol.
|B Finley||Simon Henry Baverstock|
Thank for the picture of the graves of Simon Henry Baverstock and his wife Agnes Humphrey. You mentioned that a family member confirmed his details with you. Do you by any chance have any idea if that family member has ever located a marriage certificate for Simon & Agnes? I have tried multiples sources (as have others to locate one). Simon was my gguncle.
Thank you! Bev Finley
Added by B Finley on May 22, 2015 3:39 PM
I am blown away by what you have clearly accomplished. I gave up trying to trace past Hiram Swackhamer (my great grandfather) when there seemed to be two of that name, married to two different women.
I was poking around in FamilySearch and it had a link to a Jacob Swackhamer., who I was iffy on until I read your amazingly clear lineage. My Hiram was one of his 15 children!!
In essence, someone had to have put wrong info out there because I had mine from Hiram's tombstone, along with his wife and daughters. I have a photo if you would like it for the page.
I can't thank you enough!! This has baffled me for 10 years at least. I live in Peel, so must get into the car and find where Jacob lived. My Hiram was married in the Congregational church on his property. So many little bits that I remembered suddenly fell into place.
Added by Figgs on May 08, 2015 10:52 PM
|Hornby Descendant||William Chisholm|
Thank you for your dedication to our ancestors. It is obvious since you must have put in a lot of time to collect and upload all your data.
I am interested in getting a copy of the photo you have for William Chisholm seated with his family. I am a descendant of his, indirectly as his brother Thomas was my great-great-great grandfather. I have a copy of William and Thomas's father's christening in Lilliesleaf from 1759 if you would like it, perhaps to upload. His name was Thomas as well.
|Dan Lanteigne||re: Catherine Gilleland|
regarding a photo of Thomas Osley Gilleland you posted on Caatherines memorial #63999647. I created a memorial for Catherine's husband as I located the family headstone. His memorial is linked to hers. Since it's your photo, I ask if you could post Thomas' photo on his memorial. Thanks in advance
|TuffordWright||Photo of Duncan Dewar|
Hello Patricia. Thank you for posting the photo of Duncan Dewar. I have never seen a picture of him before. He was my great grandfather. (Duncan Dewar->Frederick Duncan Dewar-> Mary Evelyn Dewar Tufford -> Me. Are you related to the Dewar family?
|ceilidh4kin||Transfer Request - Jacob Burkholder, (1747-1817)|
Hello Again Patricia, Could you please transfer to me you memorial to my 4x great paternal grandfather? Jacob Burkholder was married to Sophia DeRoche, (1748-1839). Their daughter, Barbara Burkholder, married Peter Thomas and one of their children, David Thomas, (1829-1904) married Isabell Jane Proctor, (1828-1907) who were my great-great paternal grandparents. Looking forward to hearing from you. Thank you for you consideration of my request.
|ceilidh4kin||Tranfer Request - Sophia DeRoche, (1748-1839)|
Hello Patricia, Could you please transfer to me your memorial to Sophia (DeRoche) Burkholder? She is my 4x great paternal grandmother. Thank you.
|Dpnald Camp||Robert Camp and family|
Dear Ms. Jackson, I'm trying to track down the family tree of Robert Camp, buried in the Camp Skinner cemetery. I found a name attached Virginia (Nia) Camp Heitz. I tried to send her an e-mail but it bounced. She may have died. Do you know anyone in that family (or Ontario Camps in general) who may have followed that family tree?
(Falls Church, VA, USA)
|Patricia (Patti) Joy Berndsen Jacko||thomas wilmott|
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