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Randy Potts
John T. Potts
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Added by Randy Potts on Oct 21, 2014 7:54 AM
Joyce Potts Hoffmann
Potts cemetery
You created a new cemetery called Potts cemetery in Hillsboro. There is Old Potts cemetery where David Potts is believed to be buried. There is a monument there for him. As far as Jonas Potts Sr. and Mary Thomaston Potts what sources did you use to indicate where they are buried? Did you mean to place all of these in Old Potts cemetery? I have never found any records of a Potts cemetery and would like to know if these two,are the same cemetery. Have you been to either cemetery? I visited Old Potts last Novemeber. A lot of my ancestors (and probably yours) are buried there.

Joyce Hoffmann
Added by Joyce Potts Hoffmann on Sep 30, 2014 8:26 AM
George Snyder
Dorthy's Birthplace
How can she be born in Rehoboth when that place was not occupied by English, or even whites in the stated date of 1584. Seems that most histories I have been privy to over the years indicate that non-native americans did not exist in this area until 1620 and beyond.
Added by George Snyder on Sep 14, 2014 7:09 AM
George Snyder
Dorothy Brown
There seems to be much confusion I know on the spouse of Dorothy Brown, but I think if you do your history research you will find that Dorothy Brown was married to John Brown who also died in Swanea about 11 to twelve years earlier. John Brown owned a sizeable estate in Swansea, MA as he was instrumental in the early dealings of the Plymouth Colony. Both came from England about 1626-27,
Added by George Snyder on Sep 11, 2014 9:55 AM
William Bill Nowood
This listing #101833862 appears to be a duplicate record for Wllliam Bill Mitchell Norwood Jr #5822202.
Added by BevR on Aug 23, 2014 2:11 PM
Nancy Tipper
Nancy Tipper #101834029 maye a duplicate entry for Nancy Ann Norwood Tipper #5823184 married to Silas K Tipper.
Added by BevR on Aug 23, 2014 1:51 PM
Lucinda Larwood Norwood
Your entry (#101833789) is a duplicate to Lucinda Learwood Norwood #5822209.
Added by BevR on Jul 24, 2014 2:23 PM
Wm M. Norwood
Your record #101833862 is a duplicate record to William Mithcell Notwood Jr.#5822202. Information is the same, except there are pictures on the other record.
Added by BevR on Jul 24, 2014 2:19 PM
Tina DeLong
r.s. Mackenzie
COOL YOU ARE a relative, he was such a great soldier and man
Added by Tina DeLong on Feb 07, 2014 7:41 AM
Sylvia Millard
The Millard family
For some reason your e-Mail from last year popped back into my new mail. I can't remember if I made contact with you are not. My husband, now deceased, was the Millard. He had no real knowledge of his father or his father's family, because of a rather bad divorce of his parents when he was 4 years old. Since my husband's death in 2008, I have had the opportunity to follow the Millard family back to the 1200's.
Here is what you asked me about.
George Kerst, Jr. married Mary Ehrgood
Samuel Millard married their daughter Elinor
Their child was Jeremiah Millard who married Elizabeth Price. Their child was Truman Millard who married Olive Veihdorfer. Their child was Malcolm Millard, my husbands father who married Elizabeth Kochis, his mother. They divorced.
After my husband was grown, Elizabeth married a second time to George Walsh, no relation to my husband.
The Millard history is fascinating in two areas for me. Firstly, going back to Joseph Millard, who was my husband's 5th Great Grandfather, he was married to Hannah Lincoln, making my husband a second cousin, 5x removed from Abraham Lincoln. My husband never knew this,for which I am sad. And, secondly, the Millards came to America from Lincolnshire, England along with the Gilmores, the Lincolns, the Boones and all of the settled in Berks, Pa. The Gilmores were the forebears of the President's Bush and were also married to the Millards. And, maybe the final point of interest is that all of my ancestors came from the British Isles, particularly England. As I got back to the 1500's, I began to see that my husband and I had many ancestors in common, both families in the Royal bloodlines. My husband came from Pa to Ohio and I am from Miss and Fla. That we would have common roots is kind of amazing to me. Let me hear from you. I would love to know more abot the Kerst's as they kind of end after a few generations and I know very little about them.
I am sure you are kin to my husband through Elinor Kerst.
Sincerely, Sylvia
Added by Sylvia Millard on Aug 24, 2013 9:06 PM
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