|Wes Hart (#47141587)|
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When I first started looking for family a number of years ago now; I had no idea who my family was or where they came from other then Kentucky. I told people when they asked that were were just American Mutts. What a group of mutts they turned out to be. Most of my ancestors were here well before the American Revolution. While their name's rarely appear in the history books, they were part of the founders that helped shape the USA that we live in today.|
Much of my research is from the kindness of others. I try to list my sources and give credit where it is due. If I miss someone, please let me know and I will give you credit.
Many of our ancestors graves have been lost over time and many the old records are now gone.
I try and include to the best of my ability where our family is likely to be buried and who they are related to.
Mistakes can and do happen. For that reason, I am always open for helpful corrections, additional information and transfer requests. Please use the "Edit" tab then "Suggest a Correction" tab on the memorial pages as that is what it is there for or contact me directly.
As for me; I was born in Eastern Washington State, lived in Arizona for a number of years and now reside in Western Montana.
I am a descendant of Peter and Dority Hart (ca 1740) Grayson CO VA/Ashe CO NC, Peter Winne that arrived in Albany NY from Holland about 1650, several Winthrope Fleet members. Last but not least a number of Palintine Germans, English Scotts and Irish with far too many names to list here.
Thanks to Find A Grave for letting me post my family information and all of the hard work posted by it's members. No one person can do all of this by themselves.
A simple request to other members, please use your own Bio to tell us a little about yourself and or the families or areas you are researching and not just to repost Find A Grave rules and guidelines.
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|TruSeeker||RE: Hart photos|
Thank you I look forward to it
|TruSeeker||RE: Blisard Hart Connection|
I thank you in advance for all your efforts let me known what you can find.
|TruSeeker||Blisard Hart Connection|
The particular Hart line that my client is researching:
1.Sterling P. Hart
2.George Madison Dallas Hart
An so it continues for about 12 generations; I have seen on your page that you are a direct descendant from on of the Hart Family members.
Anything that you are willing and able to present to me would be great.
Alexander R. Brown
Hello Wes Hart,
My name is Alex Brown, I am genealogist I see that you have a connection to the hart family so you may have what I seek. I am currently working with one of my client whom is directly related to the Hart they have that surname of Blisard, do you have or anyone you may known of have any surviving photos of the Hart family which I can present to my client.
Alexander R. Brown
|Lois||RE: Aaron Hart|
Thanks for Aaron Hart's war record.
Earlier I found that the Nebr. Historical Society is collecting all Civil War veterans in Nebr. So I sent it on to them.
There is nothing on the stone, etc. that would tell us he was a veteran. So thanks!
Added by Lois on Nov 12, 2014 9:08 AM
|Lois||RE: Casper Everly # 106995216|
We were back in W.V. last summer. We found the cemetery but we couldn't get to it. It was up a hill in a cow pasture and had signs posted not to enter. It is owned by a big coal fired power plant.
But we did find quite a bit of info on that family in Morgantown. They have a nice collection of the county and it is in a VERY old 3-story house beside the city library.
We had trouble finding which Everly Cemetery it was but found the info in the that collection.
Added by Lois on Nov 11, 2014 3:28 PM
|Lois||RE: Casper Everly # 106995216|
He is a 5th g-father of my husband. His family is very large and the lines go way back into the 1600's. It's his line but I do the research.
Are you a relative also?
Added by Lois on Nov 11, 2014 9:43 AM
|Eileen Bridges||William Morgan|
Hi - I don't have any information that would support your theory but one never knows. His probate did not list her or any of her children. If you would like to contact me - email@example.com
|Teresa L. Watson||Henry Stansberry|
Thank you so much! I have wondered about where he was buried for years! :)
|Gina||RE: Margaret Deets|
Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947
Name: Margaret Deets
Titles and Terms (Original):
Event Date: 27 Dec 1919
Event Place: Emerson, Hopkins Twp., Whiteside, Ill.
Birth Year (Estimated): 1830
Birth Date: 07 Dec 1830
Birthplace: Marsalow, Ohio
Father's Name: John Wetzel
Father's Titles and Terms:
Father's Birthplace: ..., Pennsylvania
Mother's Name: Margaret Reese
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Birthplace: Baltimore, Md.
Occupation: housekeeping at home
Residence Place: Emerson, Illinois
Spouse's Name: Louis Deets
Spouse's Titles and Terms (Original):
Burial Date: 29 Dec 1919
Digital Folder Number: 4008078
Image Number: 980
GS Film number: 1562395
Reference ID: cn 42437
Citing this Record:"Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NQ4T-TQG : accessed 21 Oct 2014), Louis Deets in entry for Margaret Deets, 27 Dec 1919; citing Public Board of Health, Archives, Springfield; FHL microfilm 1562395.
Added by Gina on Oct 22, 2014 9:44 AM
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