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Robin Moore (#47633138)
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Bio Photo I have been researching my family for over 20 years now. My tree has grown from a few hundred people to close to 20,000 now and growing daily. Surnames researching include: Sanders/Saunders (3 families worth, 2 definitely tied together, 3rd is probably another branch of the same group), de Courtenay, de Bourgogne, Plantagenet, Carew, Fix, Kappesser, Kenyon, Clarke, McCoon/Coon,
Hitchcock and Hiscox and variants, Crumb, Davis, Allen, Adams, Millier, Barber (2 separate families and not related so far), Pinckney, and so many more. Have significant ties to early RI and the SDB families also many settlers of Mass and Ct as well.... I am in Central NY so may be able to assist with searches in this area. Please feel free to contact me if you are researching or related to any of the surnames I listed or any that may be related as I am always interested in working with others who are related or interested in my family or their affiliations...I am also more than happy to do photo requests when able!! Happy hunting!
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Sue Williams
RE: Andrew Wheaton and wife Lydia
Fantastic! And the little cemetery (Burial Hill Place) that Robert is in, is right down the street from me! Let me know if you come this way!!
Added by Sue Williams on Jul 14, 2012 11:29 AM
Sue Williams
RE: Andrew Wheaton and wife Lydia
You sound like you are as on top of the Wheaton search as anyone is! DNA, etc.!!! I think you have more than I do, for sure! Good luck with it!
Added by Sue Williams on Jul 14, 2012 10:12 AM
Sue Williams
RE: Andrew Wheaton and wife Lydia
Excellent on all counts!!! Please do keep me posted! As a side note, my mom's middle name is Wheaton!
Added by Sue Williams on Jul 13, 2012 3:33 PM
Sue Williams
RE: Andrew Wheaton and wife Lydia
She does not appear to be one and the same. I did a bit of research on Anna and the only one I could find is your Anna, she has a different father than the one I have listed. My Anna's father is Andrew. However, I did not list in my own archives, where I found that Andrew's daughter Anna was married to a Sanders. Nor can I find anything on the web now. Since I can not verify, I am going to take the married name of Sanders off of my memorial for Andrew's daughter Anna. Thank you for your question! I don't like to have any misinformation on my memorials!
Good luck with your further research!
BTW, there is an extensive compilation of the Wheaton line, on the web. I don't have the specific address now, but am sure you can find it. This particular genealogist has even done DNA work to prove whom belongs to whom!!!!
Added by Sue Williams on Jul 13, 2012 5:19 AM
RE: Spooner burial at God's Acre
Thanks, Robin and let me know if you find where they moved the stones.
Added by DSpooner on Jun 25, 2012 11:16 PM
Pam Ward
E P Terwilliger
Robin, You are awesome!!! Thank you VERY very much for these photos and for your persistence in locating it for me. I shall pay your kindness forward.

Added by Pam Ward on Jun 23, 2012 8:07 AM
Pam Ward
RE: EP Terwilliger, Weedsport Rural Cemetery
Robin, Thank you very much for all you are doing to help me. I have been trying for years to find the grave site of Evert Terwilliger. I wish I had more information to help you in the search. I would like the names of the Terwilligers that are around him when you get a chance. as far as the pictures, if you find Evert, I definitely would like that sent to me, that would be awesome. The other pics that you take please post them to the Weedsport cemetery on Find-a-Grave. I can find them there and it would be probably be easier for you. One interesting point, from the Civil War headstone database, there is a John Terwilliger from company M, Evert if from company K. both buried at Weedsport. Once again, thank you Very much Robin.
Added by Pam Ward on May 29, 2012 7:07 PM
Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D.
RE: A. Kenyon, Weedsport Rural Cemetery
Thanks for the update. I'm still working on the Kenyons, as well. I've been working on the New York counties. Hope to spend a week in Salt Lake City later this summer.

Marilyn Kenyon
Added by Marilyn Kenyon, Psy.D. on May 29, 2012 12:25 PM

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