|Mike McCarty (#46875638)|
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I do family research for my family and will take pictures of headstones in cemeteries I visit.|
I also do research on the descendants of Darby and Hannah McCarty who lived in Shenandoah County, VA from 1744 to 1787. If you are a McCarty descendant please contact me.
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|Kd||RE: Hannah McCarty|
Will this work??? Kd
Massachusetts Births and Christenings
Name Hannah Richardson
Birth Date 08 Mar 1746
Father's Name William Richardson
Mother's Name Elisabeth
CITING THIS RECORD
"Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FZ9N-LPJ : accessed 2 December 2015), Hannah Richardson, 08 Mar 1746; citing DRACUT,MIDDLESEX,MASSACHUSETTS, ; FHL microfilm 0844947 IT 3. No image available
MASSACHUSETTS BIRTHS AND CHRISTENINGS, 1639-1915
Indexing Project (Batch) Number C50071-1
System Origin Massachusetts-ODM
GS Film number 0844947 IT 3
probably not ...
Darby in 1736. The only known source for her maiden name is her marriage record.
14 March 2014 by mostergard2706588
NEED TO FIND THAT MARRIAGE RECORD ... huh
Added by Kd on Dec 02, 2015 12:15 PM
|felicia mullins||mccarty desendant|
I am a Mccarty descendant. My dad Don James Mccarty, father is burired somewhere at richland Porter Hood Mccarty im looking for his grave. Porters father I have found out is James Crofford Mccarty, mother is Sofia Gray Mccarty. I am still trying to find out more. And Porters wife Annie Lee Romines Mccarty im looking for hers to.
|Raelara||RE: Robert McCollum|
There are a number of other cemeteries in the area where he could have been interred ... If I find anything else out then I will let you know.
Added by Raelara on Oct 15, 2013 4:48 PM
|Norman Cross||Rebecca McCarty|
Probably just a coincidence with no connection, but my grandfather Ralph Dawson married a Marie Maples in Macon County, Mo. who on the marriage license is under 21 and lists a guardian named Rebecca McCarty as giving assent to the marriage.
May be just a coincidence but it is interesting that my step-grandmother's name was given as Maples with a guardian Rebecca McCarty when your Rebecca McCarty was married to a Maples.
|DeLoss McKnight III||RE: Memorial number|
Thanks for the memorial number. I was curious about why this one would be maintained by Find A Grave. Was William a famous person?
|DeLoss McKnight III||RE: Headstone picture|
Mike, sure you have my permission to use the picture. What is the Find A Grave number for this memorial?
|Linda Claxton||RE: Ransom Hargis|
You're very welcome.
|Joyce Derr||Enoch McCarty Sr.|
Mike I have noticed you have worked steadily in the McCarty family. I have ties into the family through Enoch b.1753. His son Enoch Jr. had a son Jonathan or John ? b.1825 who married Mary Elizabeth Roper and they had a daughter Mary Martha. Mary Martha married James William Johnson. They had a son Samuel Johnson, my grandfather. This is my lineage but I am trying to locate data on Enoch Sr. & Jr. Do you know any information on these family ties, and if so, if you just point a direction I can take, I would appreciate any help. thanks. Joyce "Johnson"Derr
|alice c||arthur and myrtle mccarty|
I am not a blood relative,but my stepfather was Patrick mccarty.I have 3 sisters and three brothers who are.I have bee trying to research for them. thank you so much.
Added by alice c on Jul 10, 2012 7:10 PM
|Anna C||RE: Sytha Kirk|
Thanks so much for the additional information. I have a friend who did live outside of Morristown, but is now in Virginia. She goes back quite regularly to the area though, and is very involved in the genealogy/historical societies there. She has many contacts who have been there since forever. I'm going to send her this information and ask her to see what she may be able to come up with the next time she's there. You never know . . . She's found cemeteries there that I would never even known existed. One of them is at the back of a guy's property and was seriously overgrown, brambles and the whole bit. She convinced him to let her go back there and find markers of my Ivy/Ivey branch. I don't think you have them in your tree, do you?
Added by Anna C on Apr 20, 2012 7:42 PM
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