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|Leslie Toole||Elizabeth Girard 1810-1888|
Where did you find her maiden name?
Thanks for the picture of the grave!
|R.J.||Lovisa Kirtland Bushnell|
I can contact the person who took the picture of the tombstone and have him to place it on your memorial. R.J.
Added by R.J. on May 28, 2016 8:28 PM
|R.J.||Lovisa Kirtland Bushnell|
Judith, sorry about that. I will delete mine, but could you please link her to her parents and take the picture of her tombstone for your memorial on her ? R.J.
Added by R.J. on May 28, 2016 8:26 PM
|Gloria Day||Catherine Reno Bakeman|
Catherine M. Rnaud, daughter of Anthony Renaud and Emily Alard, was born on 4 July 1861 in Grosse Pointe and died on 23 March 1961 in Grosse Pointe.
|Christine Clark Tucker||Andrew Warner d. 1726 Middletown (con't)|
In my previous message regarding Andrew Warner, I wrote:
"He mentions sister Hannah Warner, brothers John, Joseph, sisters Rebecca & Mary, also wife Hannah. See his last will and testament dated 6 Apr 1726."
I meant to say, he does NOT mention wife Hannah. Sorry.
|Christine Clark Tucker||Hannah Stannard Warner d. 1720 Middletown, CT|
I believe that this is incorrectly marked as the wife of Andrew Warner d. 1726. It is actually his sister, mentioned in his 1726 will who was unmarried and was given her brothers estate at his decease. She was born 1668 and died 1730 in Middletown. She received the bulk of her brother Andrew Warner's estate and her probate dated 1730/31shows that her estate was part of Andrews estate. No mention of any wife Hannah in the will.
The Stannard comes from a Saybrook record showing a Hannard Stannard widow married an Andrew Warner in Saybrook in 1706.
|Christine Clark Tucker||Andrew Warner d. 1726 Middletown|
I believe that you have incorrect information about his parents and spouse.
The Andrew Warner b. 1662 & d. 1726 in Middletown is the son of Andrew Warner d. 1681 & Rebecca Fletcher of Middletown. His will, dated 1726 is very clear who his brothers and sisters and spouse are. He mentions sister Hannah Warner, brothers John, Joseph, sisters Rebecca & Mary, also wife Hannah. See his last will and testament dated 6 Apr 1726
|deb ||Charlotte Havens Morrison|
I have just found Charlotte to be my gr.gr.gr.grandmother. I will be visiting her grave soon. I never knew Pioneer cemetery existed!..Thanks Deb
Added by deb on May 10, 2016 4:55 PM
|Karen K Amidon||Lula Pearce & Helen Rice|
Do you know if Lula's maiden name was DeWitt? I'll change my entry if so.
Also, do you have any idea if Helen was a Pearce & Rice was her married name? Or was her maiden name Rice & Pearce was her married name?. Her headstone does not clear it up for me.
Thanks for any enlightenment you can impart.
Karen K Amidon
|dale mack||Asa Smith (Memorial#10815793)|
I believe Asa Smith (b.9 Jul 1747 - d.2 Aug 1767)(Memorial # 10815793) is the son of Mathew Smith (b.1 Nov 1722 - d.9 Oct 1804) and Sarah Church (b.4 Jul 1724 - d.21 Jul 1796). "Asa is not the son of Capt. Matthew Smith and Sarah Mack."
Source: Mack Genealogy by Mrs. Sophia (Smith) Martin Pg93
... Dale Mack firstname.lastname@example.org
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