|SHARON MESSMER (#47239940)|
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|Dawn Haase||Edmund Wood|
My name is Dawn Haase
Edmund Wood is my 9th Great Grandfather. If amily you want to exchange information you can find me on ancestry ( I'm not a member anymore) Family tree DNA. I'm also on Facebook under Dawn Gleason Haase.
|Le raish||HENRY KYMBOLD b 1280, England|
Sharon, Just found the Find A Grave memorial for HENRY KEMBOLD on Ancestry, apparently posted by you. Also saw that the above referenced man is your 19th great grandfather. This man is also MY 19th great grandfather!! I want to get in touch with you to share notes, records, etc. My KIMBALL line continues down and finally shows a REINA ("Rainey")KIMBRELL b 1797 in Granville Co, NC, who married JOHN PAISLEY b 1775 New Jersey. Their marriage took place in Madison Co. KY on 13 June, 1815. (REINA KIMBRELL was the daughter of JACKSON KIMBRELL, b 1772, in Granville Co. NC.) At this point, I shifted to the PAISLEY (PASLEY) line, with JOHN PASLEY, because it led downto my mother, LILLIE M. PASLEY, b 1909 in Estill Co. KY.
Do you respond to messages? (This is my first time posting a message on Find A Grave). I want to hear from you, and will gladly share my records, etc on the KIMBALL family. Please get in touch with me at my site, or at my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Le raish on Jan 10, 2016 6:31 PM
|Brian S. Miller||Johan Jacob Muller|
Jacob is my 7th g-grandfather. Johannes, his son, is my lineage. I am attempting to verify Jacob's actual birth location. There are so many towns attributed to his birth location in Germany. I have just done Y-DNA test through Family DNA. Based on the results, I am in the haplogroup R1a1, R-M198. I am also attempting to connect with distant cousins. Please see my wikitree: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Mueller-2200
I also currently maintain Jacob Muller's page (1728-1803). I hope to hear from you.
Brian S. Miller
|Debbie Reimer||Sanders Crandall|
I am researching James Burton Crandall, born
we think, in Brookfield, Madison County, NY.
Do you know if Sanders had a son James, born about
1817? We have been trying to find out who the parents of James are for years now. Looking forward to hearing from you! Have a great day Sharon.
|Robert Kuhmann||133874091 / 21625025 / 21625359|
What can you tell us about Sarah J. Mason-Meacham-Andrews? Sarah J., married (1st), Edgar Meacham 1818-1856. Then, and upon his demise, she married (2nd), Sewall Andrews 1807-1887, and thereby became a 4th-Great-Grand-Aunt (by marriage) to my son (b.1998)... in-as-much as, Sewall's (1st-wife) Sarah Resseguie-Andrews (1818-1861) was a sister to my son's 4th-Great-Grand-mother, Jane Resseguie-Van_Valin. Does ANYONE "know" where she was buried? And is the painting (at the "Red Brick Museum" of Mukwonago, WI. - the former Andrews home), genuinely Sarah Mason, or are they of SaraH Resseguie? The Resseguie-Van_Valin line is buried at Caldwell's Prairie Cemetery, Rochester Twp., Racine Co., WI.
Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
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|morgan1201||Hester Ann Luyster Crandall|
Hey, Sharon! I don't know if you are aware, but you are eligible to join the DAR through Hester Crandall's ancestor Anthony Arnold. Contact me if you're interested and would like to know more... I have all the documentation :)
I seen what you wrote about Duncan I on your family tree...I couldn't imagine going that far back on ours....The earliest we were able to go back was 1751 and happened to find out at that time, one of his sons served in the war of 1812, he was a Lt. at that time. It would be neat to see your family tree. We love history....:)
Added by Brian on Jun 19, 2013 9:58 PM
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||Sir Alexander "1st Earl Huntly" Gordon|
First I did only genealogy. When I found that I had of nobility ancestors in Europe, I was very excited. I wanted to know all about them. Then I found Find A Grave and began to find some of them. If I found the knowledge to create a memorial, I have. I love what I spend my time doing. Thanks for sharing your feelings with me. This is how I have found distant, distant relatives and e-mail friends from all over the world each one of you are dear to me.....Audrey
|Our Family History||JOHN & MARGARET DRAKE|
Your so welcome! Glad I could Help.