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Helen (#47175178)
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Bio Photo I have been bitten by the Geneology Bug and am really enjoying the time spent with my ancestors.
If I have made errors in any of my Memorials, please let me know so I may make corrections.
This is such a wonderful site and I thank all who have given of their time to help us stay in touch with our ancestors!
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Lisa Sinatra
Hannah Appleton
Helen, Regarding your photo request for Hannah Paine Appleton b1627 d1656 at Old North Burying Ground, Ipswich MA.
I can find no record for her at this cemetery. Old Burying Ground is very well documented by the Ipswich Historical Commission, the town historian, and in the book Momento Mori. Although there are a number of Appletons, I can find no record for Hannah.

Regards, Lisa Sinatra
Added by Lisa Sinatra on Jul 24, 2016 6:30 PM
Sandra Buckle
Roberts
I'm wondering if anyone in your family has done a DNA test. I'm thinking we may be related through your Roberts line. Our Roberts were living in Bates/Vernon Counties in MO at the same time your John Roberts died and about the time Nelson was born there. We have not been able to find documentation to connect them. DNA might answer the question.

Sandra Buckle
Sbuckle@mchsi.com
Added by Sandra Buckle on Jul 15, 2016 7:11 AM
Bobbi
Daniel Ulam
Do you know where Daniel Ulam was living during the Revolutionary Way and what his service was?
Added by Bobbi on Jul 08, 2016 12:04 PM
JNicholson-Turbide
RE: Ethen Wilcox
Sure thing, glad to help! I thought you might find the spelling differences in his name interesting! :)

Take care,
Julie
Added by JNicholson-Turbide on Jun 28, 2016 11:44 AM
Lis
RE: Joseph Appleton
You're welcome! It was my pleasure.
Added by Lis on Jun 05, 2016 11:07 AM
tango13
RE: Kortrights
Are they family? Too bad about Chester's grave, no stone.
Added by tango13 on May 11, 2016 5:25 PM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Mary Lanman Doten
Hi Helen:
Frederick Porter did the link from his memorial
of Isaac Doten. The only way the link can be
deleted is by Frederick himself or the
administration. It is not your fault.
I don't know how the information got onto the
biography section of the memorial. The only
people who can edit the biography or any section
of a memorial are the managers (you) or the
administration. Frederick could of sent an
edit to the administration and they changed
the biography. I know Dorothy did not make
any links or add any information to her memorials.
I manage several of her memorials and also have
sent numerous edits on others. Dorothy passed
away about 5 years ago.
Helen, I would just delete the part of the
biography that says "buried in this cemetery,"
it would not be worth the effort to try to get
Frederick Porter to undo his link, he linked
onto your memorial, you did not link onto his.
Take care and have a wonderful day,
Sandy :)

Added by Sandra Lennox on Apr 23, 2016 4:19 AM
William A. Hamilton
RE: John B. Barger (1746-1841)
Helen,
Thanks, but I am not certain that the John Barger from North Carolina is the same person I am currently researching. The John I am currently working on was born November 11, 1746 in Germantown, British Province of Pennsylvania; d. February 12, 1841, Union Star, Kentucky, burial: Barger Cemetery, Breckinridge County, Kentucky. It is known that he moved from Pennsylvania to Bedford County, Virginia and then to Greenbriar County, Virginia (now West Virginia). He operated a tanning business Virginia. Sometime between 1791 and 1793 the family moved to Breckinridge County Kentucky. However, I can find no evidence that he was ever in North Carolina to have fought in a militia unit there during the Revolutionary War. I am also unable to find any record of him in the DAR database.
If you have more, please let me know and perhaps we can figure this all out.
Thanks,
Bill Hamilton
Added by William A. Hamilton on Apr 02, 2016 3:17 PM
Brian J. Ensley
RE: Robert Mc Cleester
You're very welcome.
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Mar 23, 2016 5:14 AM
William A. Hamilton
John B. Barger (1746-1841)
Helen,
You indicate that John was a Revolutionary War veteran. In what unit did he serve? Under what officers? Anything more you know about the specifics of his service? The DAR does not show any listing that I can find.
Bill Hamilton, Olathe, Kansas
Added by William A. Hamilton on Mar 08, 2016 1:06 PM
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