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My name is Mary (Asplin) Lambert from Edmond, Oklahoma. I am the daughter of Ray and Fern (Park) Asplin. Ancestors include the Asplin, Mead(e), Doty, Hulsey, Lewis, King, Park, Hairston, Parker, Banta, DeMott, DeMarest,Terhune, and Joslin families. |
The Joslin (Joccelyn,Jocelyn, Joscelin, Josceline,Joscelyn, Joshlin, Joslyn, Josselyn,
Josselyne) family relates to me as well as my husband. Thomas Joslin, who came to America in 1635, had a son named Abraham who is my direct ancestor. Thomas Joslin also had a son named Nathaniel who is my husband's direct ancestor.
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I have been able to trace my ancestry back to Edward Doty who arrived with the Pilgrims on the Mayflower. This has been supported by DNA through a male (Doty) second cousin once removed.
I would be pleased to transfer memorials to you since most of the memorials that I post are not that of my relatives. I would be happy to make corrections, add family links, and include any additional information to the memorials that you provide. If I need to make additions and corrections on the memorials that I have posted, please use the Edit button on the upper right area of each memorial to contact me. Feel free to use any of my photographs that I place on FAG.
When I visit graves online, I like to leave a flower so that friends and family of the deceased will know that their loved one was acknowledged that day. You are welcome to transfer any of my "flowers" to your own scrapbook.
"In all of us there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage - to know who we are and where we have come from. Without this enriching knowledge there is a hollow yearning. No matter what our attainments in life there is still a vacuum. An emptiness, and the most disquieting loneliness."
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|Linda||RE: George Washington Brown|
Added by Linda on Nov 17, 2015 3:49 PM
|Linda||George Washington Brown|
Please post this bio to his page.
Source: Goodspeed's 1889 History of Texas County, MO.
George W. Brown, a leading citizen of Texas County, Mo., was
born in Guilford County, N. C., in April, 1834, his parents being Will
iam R. and Elizabeth (Bevel) Brown, who were born in Guilford
County, N. C., December 26, 1808, and June 2, 1811, respectively,
and were there reared and married, the date of the latter event being
July 27, 1831. In the fall of 1834 they went to Wilson County,
Tenn., where the father died July 8, 1846, when comparatively a
young man. He was of Scotch descent, and his father was a soldier
in the Revolutionary War. In the fall of 1857 George W. Brown em
igrated with his mother from Tennessee to Texas County, Mo., and
here the mother, who had married a Mr. Michael Shaver, in April,
1859, after her husband's death, spent the remainder of her days,
dying January 14, 1880, having been a worthy member of the Baptist
Church for many years. Five children blessed their union: Mary C.,
wife of George Putnam; Eliza A., wife of W. T. Allman (she died
in Benton County, Ark.); Francis (died in Wilson County, Tenn.),
George W. and William J . George W. was the eldest son, and after
his father's death took care of and provided for the remaining members
of the family, being engaged in farming. In the early part of 1863
he enlisted in Company E, Third Missouri Cavalry, United States
Army, but was afterward transferred to Company A, of the Eleventh
Missouri Cavalry, serving until the close of the war, and participating
in many battles, among which were Jenkinsí Ferry, Prairie de Hand,
Little Missouri River, Little Rock, the Biometer battle east of Little
Rock, and many others. October 16, 1865, he was married to Mary A.
Long, of Wilson County, Tenn., who was born September 10, 1839, and
by her became the father of seven children, the following of whom are
living: Thomas J ., Albert M., Charles H., Martha and Josiah.
James W., who was born A ril 16, 1857, died September 12, 1859,
and John H., born May 7, 1 69, died January 11, 1882. Mr. Brown
has been a member of the Baptist Church for thirty-four years;_is a
member of the Masonic fraternity, and votes the Republican ticket.
Added by Linda on Nov 16, 2015 7:35 PM
|Anonymous||Find A Grave Transfer: Thanuel Matney|
|Douglas Pyeatt||Elizabeth Graddy|
Thanks for the info always like to addinfo to my mems.
|David Harrison||Harriet Hattie Bliss|
I added the photos to original memorial being taking thousands and posting and grave stone Hattie and memorial entirely different names did not see as a duplicate .
Thanks for the information.
Added by fpw on Sep 05, 2015 3:18 PM
If you have any Joslin family in the Council Bluffs, IA. area, you may be interested in some Joslin memorials I created today. George F. and Emma Kate are the two older graves. George is #149641690. I do not know any of them.
|Don DeWitt||Nyberg nfo|
Thanks for the info
I added the info today
|JHarrison||Louisa Sivlis Huffman|
Hi Mary, just wondering if we need to take the "Sivlis" off of her name? it will make it hard when someone is searching. I did write in the bio that her other married name was Sivlis. ??? your choice, I am not sure really what to do. are you related? I can transfer if you wish ?
|Lady Nic||ALVIN KING|
Mary, I've added the information you provided for Alvin King's bio. Thank you!
Added by Lady Nic on Jul 02, 2015 6:02 PM
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