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Nancy Painthorse Salisbury (#47899816)
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Bio Photo I was born and raised in the wonderful state of Colorado, and now I live in the great state of Texas. Working on the family geneaology and find it to be very interesting and fun to find all the answers, and reconnect with new family and friends. Nancy Painthorse Salisbury
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mike ford
Dorothy Seaman Nixon
Anonymous asked me to email you the yearbook page with the picture of Dorothy Seaman. I do not have your email.

Mike Ford
Added by mike ford on Jan 19, 2015 7:25 AM
James Kneebone
I have linked James to his parents, but please in the future, send your source of information. It makes the process go much faster.

Added by dells on Jan 02, 2015 12:57 PM
Kim Barli
Arrigan Family
Hi Nancy,
Catharine & Patrick Arrigan are my GG Grandparents. My G Grandmother is Anastacia Arrigan Bigelow (Mary Ellen's Sister). Would love to connect! Kim
Added by Kim Barli on Sep 27, 2014 3:43 PM
Hey Ln
That person has now been trying to collect up the memorials of my great grandmothers family, who she isn't even related to, and I see that some of the siblings have disappeared AGAIN! What a piece of work! Lk
Added by Anonymous on Sep 17, 2014 7:18 PM
A friend
Hey Nancy I have replaced some of the memorials that were deleted, if you would like to have them, I would like to transfer them over to you for safe keeping. It doesn't matter who owns them just as long as they are there! I think if you have them they will be less likely to be deleted. You know how to reach me.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 17, 2014 3:18 PM
Darrel Salisbury
Salisbury genealogy
Hi Nancy,

I have done an extensive study of my Salisbury ancestry. I have synopses for most of the major branches - about 70 to date. The synopsis,(The Ancestors and descendants of Richard Salisbury of Georgetown, Madison County, New York)runs to 16 pages, as of today. The synopsis (The Descendants of Richard Salisbury: With Some Ancestral Families)
is about 15 pages. I'd like to send the first to you, but I need an email address. I did a 3 page
study of the deaths of William & John Salisbury.
But, I have apparently deleted it & will have to do it again, :( . BTW, what is the genesis of your middle name, Painthorse?

Added by Darrel Salisbury on Jul 24, 2014 10:17 AM
Laurie Charles Bowman
RE: Salisbury

I see that you would like me to transfer a record, and add some links. What is the name of the son you would like to be updated and transferred? I see the parents names listed, but not the son?

Added by Laurie Charles Bowman on Jun 23, 2014 10:06 AM
Diane Gravlee
I descend from John's brother, Jonathan (b. 1677). And yes, we visited the cemetery some years back and made that observation. Hope you will move the coat of arms to Thomas.
Added by Diane Gravlee on Jun 13, 2014 7:56 PM
Diane Gravlee
John Hartshorn
Since your relationship is more than the required number for transfers and I am related to him as well through his brother, I wish to retain his memorial. I do have a suggestion for you and that is to delete the family crest photo you posted to his memorial and INSTEAD post it to his grandfather's memorial. His grandfather is Thomas Hartshorn (born England 1614, died Mass. 1683) and is memorial # 22952288. I think it is more appropriate to have the British crest posted to the immigrant rather than someone who was born and died in America. Just a thought.
Added by Diane Gravlee on Jun 12, 2014 6:26 PM
Carolyn Farnum
Salisburys in Seattle
I probably removed the cause of death. The original info came from the old record cards at Evergreen Washelli Cemetery office and it seems strange that both were listed with that same cause of death?? I have those cards on microfiche and if you want I can look them up again.

Be safe,
Added by Carolyn Farnum on May 31, 2014 8:34 AM
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