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Reg Thompson (#47367041)
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Bio Photo I'm the great grand son of Walter Herbert Kendrick. I've been doing Genealogy for about 5Oth. years. The photo left is the begin of my Family History Researching. I'm with my grandmothers. I'm in the process of writing the Kendrick Family History, and have about 9 Generations done.
They lived in Cape Cod, and Plymouth, Ma., and also Nova Scotia. And I'm willing to take additions, and correction.
I'm also writing the Family History of Oswalt family, and I have about 8 Genearation done. It is my wife Family. They have been having the Oswalt Family Reunion, for 74 years, since 1938, on every third Sunday of July. At the Grange Park in Sanborn, Clearfield Co., Pa. AND NEXT YEAR WILL BE THEIR 75 YEAR !!! They also have replace, and place several gravestones for their relatives, and others. We are working on adding a gravestone for William Henry Merritt in the Old Clearfield Cemetery, in CLEARFIELD, Pa., He never had one.

Let me known if there any corrections, and if there is any Transfer need. I'm related to most of them.
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Steve Le-Vien
RE: West family?
Reg

Loosely to the West's.

Harriet West (nee Woodland) is my great grand aunt. Her father, George Woodland, is my great great grandfather. Harriet's sister, Elizabeth is my great grandmother.

Best

Steve
Added by Steve Le-Vien on Jan 16, 2015 7:24 AM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Could you look some up?
No problem. Will do probably by the end
of this week.
Take Care,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Jan 13, 2015 5:56 PM
Joan Ellis Pulis
RE: Ichabod Jr. Morey
I have done some further research on Mary and Ichabod Morey to further substantiate that the grave adjacent to Mary's is Ichabod her husband, not that of her son.
Mary Morey, age 54, is listed in the 1850 Federal Census, with her children, George, William and Charles and no Ichabod is listed.
Mary Morey, age 74, is listed in the 1870 Federal Census, living with her daughter Caroline and Caroline's husband David Pool. No Ichabod is listed.
Mary Morey, age 84, is listed in the 1880 Federal Census, living with her daughter Caroline and Caroline's husband David Pool. Now Ichabod is listed.

Massachusetts Vital Records on Ancestry.com lists the following:
Children of Ichabod Morey and Mary his wife:
Mary Ann Morey born Feb. 21, 1820
Ichabod Morey born Nov. 2, 1822, lost on C. C. Oct.2, 1841
Lucy E. Morey born April 24, 1823
Caroline Morey born Feb. 26, 1825
Deborah Morey born Sep. 15, 1827
Susan G. Morey born Feb. 5, 1829 died Sep. 7, 1833
George C. Morey born Feb. 10, 1831
Susan G. Morey 2 born Sep. 17, 1833
William Morey born Aug. 26, 1836
Charles H. Morey born Aug. 14, 1839
Susan Morey died Nov. 13, 1837
Ichabod Morey father of the above children died Oct. 29, 1839.
The date listed here for Ichabod Sr.'s death differs by a year from the date listed on his gravestone.

Could you advise where you found the information stating that Mary Morey died one day after her husband's death?

Added by Joan Ellis Pulis on Jan 05, 2015 11:40 AM
Joan Ellis Pulis
RE: Ichabod Jr. Morey
As you can see from the gravestone photo,
it clearly states Father and Mother on the top of the stones. The photo also clearly states Ichabod Morey died. Oct, 1840, age 43 years old. I believe this is indeed the stone of Ichabod Morey, Husband of Mary Churchill Morey.
Added by Joan Ellis Pulis on Jan 05, 2015 7:23 AM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Kendrick
Reg, you are so funny!! I actually do dream
about some of the people that I do research
on! I looked up the word "ult," this is
what I found:

Inst. (instant) means the same month and Ult. (ultimo) means the previous month. Prox. (proximo) means the next month.

I take your family information with me when I
go to the library. You never know what obscure
piece of information may be found. I did look
around the Kendrick's burial areas when I was
up on Burial Hill to see if perhaps there was
a remnant of a gravestone base or anything,
but I did not see anything. I will look again.
You are very welcome for the information. I
enjoy doing the research. Hopefully I can
send you some breakthrough information!
Take Care,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Nov 17, 2014 6:00 PM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Kendrick
Hi Reg:
Mailed out your package yesterday. You should
probably receive it sometime early next
week. I think we need a private investigator
to look into the life of Mercy Kendrick!!
Have a good night,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Nov 14, 2014 4:34 PM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Kendrick
Hi Reg:
There recently was a G.P.R done on Burial Hill.
There are many, many, burials with no headstones
and/or documentation. There are even burials
under the pathways! Many of the burials probably
did not have headstones or the headstones are
gone. As you know from doing genealogy, burial
records were not kept back then. It would be
great if somebody documented the burials up on
Burial Hill and the information is yet to be
discovered. I do believe some of the gravestones
have fallen years ago and may be buried under
the ground. I would love to probe the hill and
try to find them. Lets not give up on Mercy
Kendrick, we do not know what will be found.
I will get the documentation out to you this week.
Your volunteer work at the library sounds very
interesting. Keep up the great work that you do.
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Nov 10, 2014 3:51 PM
Sandra Lennox
RE: Kendrick
Hello Reg:
Didn't forget about you. I keep hoping to
find more information.
I will get the info out to you this week.
Take Care,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Nov 10, 2014 3:40 AM
Sandra Lennox
Mercy Kendrick
Hi Reg:
Went to the Plymouth cemetery office today.
They do no have any information at all on
Mercy Kendrick. The women there told me
that they did not start to keep burial records
of Burial Hill until about 1927. She also
checked the burial cards for Vine Hills and Oak Grove cemeteries. Reg did you ever think that
maybe she is buried elsewhere? Maybe in Harwich?
She could of died in Plymouth and is buried
elsewhere. When I go back to the library I
will check the Harwich vital records again to
see if her death is also recorded there.
As far as the will, it would probably be best
to just paste and copy the one that I sent to
you in the public message. It would look better
than the one that I copied from the book.
Question:
You have on Mercy Fuller (Nickerson) Kindrick's
memorial that she was the daughter of Asa and
Joanna (Rogers) Nickerson. Was Moses Rogers
Joanna's father? She is not mentioned on his
will. Let me know what you have.
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Oct 21, 2014 5:10 PM
Sandra Lennox
Moses Rogers
Hi Reg:
I did take a photo copy of the will. The lettering
is small. You could add a copy to Moses'
memorial. I don't have a scanner, the library
also does not have one.
Do you have a copy you can scan? If not
do you want me to mail out all the information
that I copied so far?
Take Care,
Sandy
Added by Sandra Lennox on Oct 20, 2014 7:26 PM
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