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My paternal side includes the Puritans of New England, Mayflower descendant of John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley and the Swede, Anders Boon. My main research is in the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.|
My maternal side is mostly Quaker - researching in Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery counties, Pennsylvania.
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|Dead weight||Ardrons in Hillside Cemetery|
Thank you for the parental information on the Ardrons.
Would you like me to transfer them to you?
|Dead weight||Wallace Nagle 138198633|
Thank you for the parental information on Wallace.
Would you like me to transfer him to you?
|SusanG||RE: #59135890 John Campbell|
Oh, sure. I'd be more than happy to maintain his Memorial. Thank you so much! I am just so appreciative that you found him.
Added by SusanG on Mar 21, 2015 5:06 PM
|Historic Congressional Cemetery Archivist||Carrie Riordan-HCC|
Do you want me to transfer the memorial to you?
|Robert Sage||RE: #55950073 - Wm Starkey|
It came from a book on the men of the 28th Div in WW1 by Martin. I think it is available on Google books but there are 5 large books to go thru.
|Robert Sage||William H Starkey|
I added a picture of him to his web page. Feel free to use it.
In Assonet, please email me directly regarding this family.
Added by goose on Feb 27, 2015 4:35 PM
|Nelson Bolton||Emily E. T. Alcorn|
Louise...Thank you for taking the grave site photo in this snowy 2015! Greatly appreciated. Nelson
|Roy Delong||Helen DeLong|
Sorry, but I have not researched her. Since her mother Emily died while Helen was an infant it seems plausible that her sister would take over her care. Wonder what happened to the other two children which were still very young. I believe I found Emily's husband Frances E. DeLong in Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne Co., PA,(1920 census) age 42 a boarder, married (should be widower?), but with none of his family with him. I do know that son Milton W. was with his grandparents. If you find anything of importance, please let me know, so I can update her file.
Frances Emory DeLong's 1917-18 WWI draft card has him in Wilkes-Barre. Also with him was Arline DeLong at same address who might be a 2nd wife.
|Dead weight||Willoughby in Montgomery County, PA|
Thank you for responding and thank you in advance for doing the research.
There is a photo. If it's not uploaded yet, it should be soon.
I am no relation to this family. I have been going through old newspaper obits-before 1921 and Pa Death certificates to verify 2 sources and add the burials to help others. I will look at the 2 Willoughbys' you added and do the links. Was there a picture of Williams' grave?
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