|nancy robison (#47058011)|
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|Family genealogist. Just doing memorials for my direct lineage currently.|
My memorials will change as I update info. Copy at your own risk. What is on them now, may be different tomorrow. IF I find something is wrong, I correct it. If you find something incorrect, please let me know.
Thanks to my sisters, also Karon Dunafin, Chris Yoder and Valarie Bunn, for attaching photos for me.
I am currently trying to get all the family members connected on Find A Grave.
Descendent of John Leader, Edward Garfield. Thomas Seamans, Thomas Touchette, Lewis Jones, John "The Puritan" Bridge, Nicholas Danforth, Joseph Carder, Matthew Herington, Wm Hunter, John "The Progenitor" Wilson, and Jacques Archambault, etc.
Doing genealogy is a passion. It takes hundreds of hours, thousands of miles, and much patience waiting for that "one" record to show up.
When using "family history" books, please do your own research. While these books are valuable resources, most have many flaws. I have 5 books, and if I had believe some of them, I would not have had ancestors to get me here today.
My paternal Grandparents have incredible family histories. My Grandmother's family dates back to 15 founding fathers of Middlesex county, Massachusetts.
My Grandfather's Father's family dates back to the 1630's New France (Canada) and his Mother's family to the Mayflower.
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|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||Kenyon Arms|
Well, you bring up a good point about the arms and to tell you the truth, I'm not entirely sure. This is especially interesting because right now, there is some question about the possibility of a number of different Kenyon lines in England.
I think that I will put the question to some other people who are studying these lines.
To your point, it does indicate that the arms, presumably with the dove is the only arms to which the descendants of the Rhode Island family are entitled. The other arms were granted to particular branches.
We do know of the family of Peel, in Lancaster and another of William Kenyon of London, 1634. And that of Lord Kenyon. Quite possibly these were are entirely different Kenyons.
So, I will change what I have written to reflect that.
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||RE: John Kenyon|
I took a direct quote from the book.
|Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.||John Kenyon|
|Barb Destromp||Levi Comstock|
I have a small photo added for Levi.. I missed getting a close up of his info. It on the memorial. (Sorry about that).
I received your note about the gravestone spelling Rebeca vs. Rebecca. The variations are so interesting, especially when the grave stone carvers alter names to fit the space or misspell.
I chose to use Rebecca rather than the headstone spelling, Rebeca or the birth record spelling, Rebeckah, because the more common spelling, Rebecca was used on her death record and I thought it would probably be the spelling most people would use in the Find A Grave search field.
I'll make a note on the memorial about the variations.
Added by Daystcat on Nov 19, 2015 2:44 PM
|Bev Dowson||Taber @ Groveside|
Added another Taber along with her husband & daughter. Let me know it you would like them transferred.
Got you some pictures at Groveside today.
|Loraine Ertelt||Peter Addison|
Thanks for catching this error. I have removed the Rev. from his name.
Thank you for the information. I've corrected her memorial.
Added by sjs953 on Nov 12, 2015 6:54 AM
|Angela Owens Jando||RE: Rottier|
Thank you and no need to be sorry ~ I confuse easily!
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