|James Scott (#46585570)|
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I live in Clarence, NY, a suburb of Buffalo. I have always enjoyed the beauty of cemeteries, and when I was young, would go every week with my Grandfather to tend the family graves. We would walk up and down the rows, while he related various stories about the people buried there. It truly was a way of seeing yourself in the long chain of our family; you felt connected to those that came before and a responsibilty to those that would follow.|
I especially like to find and document the graves of my ancestors, the earliest of which arrived in this country in the early 1600's and the latest in the wave of European immigration in the 1920's.
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|Butterfly~Kisses||Sarah Howell (Grover) Codding|
Thank You James for the transfer of Sarah. Your kindness is much appreciated.
Quoting Mom, "The Best to You and Yours",
Sarah, daughter of Butterfly~Kisses
|Tracing Our Families||Hannah Wentworth|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Hannah. Hannah's maiden name was Fairchild. I can tell you that Hannah was the second wife of Benning Wentworth but the name of Susanna Wentworth according to my info is not a name of any of the children that Hannah and Benning had. If I run across the name of Susanna Wentworth Tilden I will let you know. Thanks again.
|JCK||RE: Thomas Scott|
Thanks for your reply. I'm quite convinced this is my Thomas Scott, since Jane Scott was his sister and her Find A Grave is marked "sister" also.
Doolittle's are an old family in American, tracing back to 1660's to Abraham Doolittle. English in origin as I understand it.
Interestingly enough my Clark family is Scotish clan that moved from Scotland over to Ireland in the 1600's....They moved from Mass to NY to Ohio to Wisconsin/Indiana/Michigan. Took me an eternity to weed them out from all the other Clarks running around.
If I find this Scott family may be conntected to your ancester, I'll let you know!
Added by JCK on Apr 01, 2013 11:40 AM
I found Thomas Scott Find A Grave # 38721576
and a sister Find A Grave # 38721573
I'm thinking this is the Thomas Albert Scott who married Margaret Augusta Doolittle 01 Jul 1859 in Troy Geauga Co, Ohio.
If that's true, his father, Thomas Albert Scott and his grandfather - also Thomas Albert Scott and Comfort Part Scott are all buried over in Geauga County, Ohio.
Do you have any information to prove or disprove that? This particular TA Scott was last seen in 1910 Census, a widower, living in Geauga Co.
I'm a Doolittle hunter, particularily missing Doolittle women.
Added by JCK on Apr 01, 2013 12:31 AM
|L Harmon & English/Scots-Irish & German Families||Edward and Julia Rice|
Thanks again for the transfers James!
|Robin Litchfield||RE: Many Many Thanks|
Yes I did take a cpiture of Ruth's and I will upload that one. But I do have one other one which I will need to go back and get a better picture. I can make out that they died 5/23/1831 and they were 17 years old.
|Roy Woodruff||Cemetery Photos|
James - Thanks a lot for taking the pictures at St. Mary's - I really appreciate it. I wish I was back there to do it. Better than the 115 degree heat we are having. Thanks again for your help!!!
|Vicki Profitt||Ruth & Oakley Jewett|
Thanks so much for linking Ruth and Oakley to their parents. I appreciate it.
|Wayne Apgar||RE: Common Descendant|
Jim, Good morning,I am descended from Nathanial
|Alan Brownsten||RE: Ledge lawn Cemetery, Akron, NY|
I have had no success yet with the Town Historian as I have been doing extensive traveling and haven't really had the time. I would love to be part of a group to do some work there. I will still be traveling alot, but if we can decide on a scheduled date when I know I will be here, I would be more than happy to join in. How many do you think we could get to help?
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