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added and requested thank you very much.
|Don||RE: Catherine Baker Conrad|
Thank you for making the change. If I locate additional information, I will let you know.
Added by Don on Mar 19, 2016 12:00 PM
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|Don||RE: catherine conrad|
In my research, I discovered that my great grandmother, Mary Baker Newbrander, was Catherine's sister. Mary has also been listed as Becker in the past.
Their parents were John and Margaret Baker in an 1870 census. Their brother was Jacob Baker. Jacob, his wife Mary, their children Harry, Margaret, and Edward are buried next to the Conrad's. The Bakers are in Section 8 Lot 28A and the Conrad's are on Section 8 Lot 28B at Woodside. Also, the marriage records show Catherine (Katie) and John were married on 2/9/1888 and her maiden name was Baker. Catherine's daughter, Leona Conrad was a first cousin to my grandfather.
It is up to you if you want to make this change based on this information or not. It is not that important to me.
Added by Don on Feb 16, 2016 7:47 AM
|univers||Correction to death date and spouse of Ruth Boomer Salisbury|
Ruth Boomer / Salisbury: born 31 Mar 1700 in Freetown, RI; died between the date of her will, 25 Oct 1754 & 16 Nov 1754, the date her will was proved in Glocester, RI.
Richard Salisbury: born 3 Nov 1696 in Swansea, MA; died in Gloucester, RI between the date of his will, 6 Mar 1741 & 13 May 1742, the date his will was proved in Glocester, RI.
Source: Wakefield, Robert S. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations. Plymouth, MA: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1999. Richard Warren Vol. 18, Part 1, P. 238, No. 640.
Added by univers on Oct 05, 2015 4:01 PM
|DBaldridge||RE: deborah marsh|
I noticed you have several contributions from the Butler Co OH cemeteries. Are you from this area too or were you just visiting?
|Sheila ||Francis T. Schamel - Corrections|
1) His first name was Franklin, not Francis, according to 1880 U.S. Census, and he was known to all as Frank.
2) His spouse's maiden name was Pahud, not Welch - Elizabeth F. Pahud. This was verified by their grandson, who is living and is my father-in-law, and by family records as well as many Ancestry records. They did have a daughter, Elizabeth, known as Betty, who married a man named Howard Welch.
Added by Sheila on Jul 06, 2015 7:08 PM
|John DeHart||RE: Brookside cemerty|
Sorry for the incorrect photo. It has now been corrected. Thanks for letting me know.
|Jenny Disque||RE: caldwells|
Anna Jean was my husband's grandmother. Just trying to finish documentation of the family.
|cincilawgirl||RE: Thomas David|
Thanks. Christine was my Great Aunt.
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