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I have been collecting information on my family history as well as others who request my help for over 16 years. It is very important to back up your research with the proper sources and documentation.
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|Lisa Craven||Pugh Family|
Sorry...I got my names mixed up in my earlier post. James Pugh was hanged in Hillsborough, NC. He was the son of Enoch Pugh of Chatham County, NC. Enoch Pugh, father of James, was the brother of Thomas Pugh.
Through DNA testing, it has been proved that this line of Pugh's do not descend from James Pugh of PA. Most likely they do descend from a PA Pugh, but it's not James as has been published for years. I have long suspected that this line descends from Ellis Pugh instead of James.
|Dennis York||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 68657243|
Amy "Emy" Allen Husband Find A Grave Memorial# 80428958, wife of Herman Husband, is buried in the Husband Cemetery, Somerset, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, USA. Herman and Amy lived in Somerset, Somerset County, Pennsylvania, USA. Herman was sent to prison in Philadelphia but was released in 1795 after his trial. On his way home sadly Herman became sick with pneumonia and died in a tavern in the presence of his wife Amy Allen. It would seem most reasonable and logical that Amy would then make arrangements to have Herman transported by train or wagon back home to Somerset to be buried in the Husband Cemetery in the Somerset village where they lived.
Therefore the “Unknown Husband” tombstone listed as Find A Grave Memorial# 60982140 could logically be that of Herman Husband. I would encourage pursuing that as a most likely possibility. What do you think?
Thank You. Dennis York Find A Grave #47405652
|Dennis York||Find A Grave Memorial# 68657243|
Please consider the adding the following:
However it is likely that Herman Husband was carried by wagon and buried in the Husband Cemetery in Somerset, Somerset County in western Pennsylvania. That is where his wife Amy Allen and some of his children and grandchildren are buried. Refer to Find A Grave Memorial# 60982140 as his possible grave site.
Thank You, Dennis York Find A Grave# 47405652
|Grave Chick||RE: Lewella Christiansen|
Strange they both have same birth and death date in state burial guide.
|Waynette Davis||RE: Thank you sir.|
|Waynette Davis||RE: Notes & image documents Herman Kankey|
I am so sorry, I meant to say Hereman or Herman Husband. Hereman Husband is in my Kankey family as his mother was a Kankey. May I use the photo of the documents requested? And again, thank you for your documenting work.
|Waynette Davis||Notes & image documents Herman Kankey|
May I use the images of the doc of marriage for Herman Kankey and & Mary Pugh and the image of the documention for the marriage you posted on the Memorial you created for Herman Kankey. He is a cousin 6 x' removed of mine.I would like to post it to my Kankey Tree. Thank you for all your work and documentation
|david cox||James Bennett|
Jim would like to "talk" to you. I sent my e-mail address a few notes ago,I'd rather not post his here and I forgot to ask permission. If you'll send me an e-mail I will give you his address.
Thanks again for all the help!
|david cox||From Paupeer to King..|
When you log on the the fermin Bennett Tree, youmay run into a familiar name cited as source material, if indeed you are From Pauper to King..!!
|david cox||Elizabeth J Cox Bennett|
Created by: Marge
Record added: Jan 12, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 23914412
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