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Jedediah Ewell born abt 1737. It appears as though Jane (Eames) Ewell was only 11 yrs old when she had Jedediah and bef. her marriage. Jane marr. Seth Ewell Feb 1739/40. Doubtful.
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|holly k||wife chilton|
Added by holly k on Nov 29, 2014 11:28 AM
|Karen S. Cowger||Betsey Hayward - 49466411|
This maybe Solomon & Zerviah Hayward daughter
she was born in Bridgewater December 18, 1794 and died single May 18, 1857 (62) in Bridgewater. Her parents, brothers Silas & Seth are buried in Pratt Town Cemetery. She lived with brothers Silas & Seth taking care of the house. Could you send me a photo and maybe I can make out the dates?
Solomon & Zerviah were my 4th Great Grandparents.
Karen S. Cowger
|barbsmail||eliseur fairbanks / eleaser fairbanks|
on the memorial for Eleazer Fairbanks (1690-1741) you have is mother, martha lovett listed as his wife. there were four generations of eleaser fairbanks. the spellings vary.
Eliseur Fairbanks m. Martha Lovett
Eleaser Fairbanks m. Martha Bullard
Rev. Eleaser Fairbanks m. Prudence Cary
Rev. ELeazer Fairbanks m. Sarah Bigelow
|Martin Wood||Mary More, 1616-1621|
There appears to be a bit of confusion in this profile.
You mention Thomas More who became Sir Thomas More, Chancellor to King Henry VIII, saying that his father was William More.
This is not true. Thomas More's parents were John More (later Sir John More) and his wife Agnes Graunger. They had six children.
Thomas, the second of the children, was born in 1478.
Thomas had a younger brother, Edward, born in 1480, but he died when he was still a child.
There is no connection between the More family of Larden in Shropshire and the family of Sir Thomas More.
I hope this will enable you to correct the information in the profile.
|Bonnie Kehoe-Gove||Kehoes, Pratt Cemetery|
I was wondering if you would mind transferring management of the memorials for my uncle William Kehoe (49580555) and his son Theodore Kehoe (49580538) to me (Find A Grave #46881955)? I am working on an extensive family tree and am in the process of connecting many generations of the family and adding some history if known. Thanks very much for your consideration.
"If anyone has any information on this man, please email me."
Yes, I have:
Jacob Talbut Sr. 1769-Aft 1860
Jacob Talbot Jr. 1797-1869
|Karen (Howard) Blood||Bradbury Transfers|
Thank you SO much for the transfers!!
|Rose ||Correction needed for Eleazer Fairbanks|
Capt Eleazer Fairbanks on your memorial is really the son of Eleazer Fairbanks & Martha Lovett/Babbert.
Capt Eleazer b: 12/29/1690 would have been 51 when he died 9/19/1741. His father would have been 86.
Capt Eleazer sisters names are Martha b:1/22/1680, Lydia b:3/8/1683, Margaret b: 12/9/1684, Mercy b: 10/18/1688. Capt Eleazer m: 12/25/1712 Martha Bullard.
Appreciate your posting of the grave marker.
Added by Rose on Sep 22, 2013 12:21 PM
|s schultz||RE: 28971764 John Goodman|
Thank you for your response. In answer to your question. no I am not 'claiming' to be a decendent. I only lay personal claim to those in our tree that we have or will personally research. Since families have so many members and currently there are so many people searching we try to keep our target range between 1850 and 1950, there are others who feel called to research further back - those facts we have chosen not to research for lack of time in our lifetime to accomplish it all. For those in our time frame we try to accomplish as much hands on research as we can including but not limited to viewing and transcribing all the Birth, Marriage, and Death certificates we can get our hands on (way to expensive to purchase each one), and copies of all obits. There are other documents to be certain but these are our main focus. We rarely take information for granted especially as we personally have found some mistakes in trees, and when we do find misinformation we try to pass the information along to the correct party so that they too will know. That is what we will do with the information you have now provided us. Most mistakes are innocent in nature. I realize you had no intention of being offensive, but your reply came across that way to us. We understand you can have no concept of how many thousands of hours we spend tracking down records and researching - we wouldn't expect you to. Please know though there are many ways we could apply for DAR or Mayflower Decendents we don't care to. We don't look for status - we look for family, and a sense of who they are and what their stories are. It's what make the hunt so thrilling. Thank you for your permission and please take care.
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