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ATJ (#47582697)
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Bio Photo Currently researching cemeteries, stone cutters, the surname Ennes/Ennis and the genealogy of their families and neighbors within the Upper Delaware River Valley, the area of NY, NJ, PA known as the Minisink Valley during the Colonial era.

Recent illustrated articles from our blog, Minisink Valley Genealogy:

The Town Clerks of Minisink 1736 - 1780

Historical Maps of the Minisink

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Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele
RE: Hannah Steele Cortright
Jane, you write, "Perhaps Amanda Quick's mum, Hannah Steele Cortright is the Hannah, dau of Gilbert, Sr., cited in his will & in this court case?"

My belief is that you have the wrong Hannah. Instead of Gilbert Sr.'s daughter Hannah Jane (born 1823), Amanda (born 1822) was the daughter of Hannah Steel Cortright (born 1793). This elder Hannah was Gilbert Sr.'s sister, so in the will he was leaving the 3 acres to his niece.

Do you concur?
Added by Corey & Douglas Marshall-... on Jul 30, 2014 9:40 AM
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Jonathan Cory
Thanks for the photo, and for contacting me.
Added by Marshall Lloyd on Jul 30, 2014 8:18 AM
Barbara Schaffer
RE: Levi Van Etten
Okay. It was in Edits so I just ignored it. Thanks for letting me know. Barbara
Added by Barbara Schaffer on Jul 28, 2014 2:02 PM
Barbara Schaffer
Levi Van Etten
Hi, I don't see a parent link on Levi Van Etten's page. Am I missing something?
Added by Barbara Schaffer on Jul 28, 2014 1:08 PM
RE: Nancy Lutes Aldrich Hall obit 1901
Thanks for the info and the obit. That helps firm up the other info we have. Strange the obit got her date of birth wrong. What do you make of the name Oakley in "daughter of Levi and Clara, Oakley, Lutes". Do you suppose Oakley is Clara's maiden name?
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Leslyn Lang
RE: DeHaven tree & branches
Hi Again:
The DeHaven family in my father's line is from Frederick Co., VA. The furthest back I have is:
Westley DeHaven b. Feb 14, 1796 in VA; d. 18 June 1870 in Frederick Co., VA. Buried in the Gainesboro Methodist Church Cemetery.
Wife was a Elizabeth Louisa Fisher b. 1799 in VA
William L DeHaven 1821
Rhoda DeHaven 1824 (she married an Ashton)
Reuben DeHaven 1826
Jonathan DeHaven 1830
David DeHaven 1831
Thomas De Haven 1836
Mary DeHaven 1839

Barak Fisher Sr. and Mary Butler married 1761 in Bucks County, PA. This is the parents of Elizabeth Louisa Fisher.

If I remember right I have some other research on the DeHaven family but haven't put it into my family tree yet. They may have originally come from PA but this is just a memory and I might be wrong.
Added by Leslyn Lang on Jun 25, 2014 5:08 AM
Leslyn Lang
RE: DeHaven
That would be so great. This is my father's line. I'll post what I have of it. I inherited it from him after he passed away. I did have my father's brother (last one remaining) do his DNA on Family tree DNA and have had some success with some of his line. I'm waiting on a more in-depth report on him though. But I've definitely found some relatives out there I didn't know about. That's really cool! I hope that there is overlap in the DeHaven line.
Added by Leslyn Lang on Jun 25, 2014 4:48 AM
RE: Re Harry Roach
OMG SO GLAD YOU are OK!!! Got paranoid with so many of the gravers passing away lately!! You being gone would have been a TREMENDOUS loss to this site as you have educated alot of us in so many ways!!

LUCKY DEVIL walkin in Scotland!! Peek under any kiltsAdded by gennie on Jun 24, 2014 7:38 PM
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