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lyn m. mosher (#46562155)
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i'm an east coast girl with a love of knowledge. i'm also a comedian, a traveler, a chef, a writer, a gamer, a genealogist, a fighter, a gardener, a thinker and about a million other things. i love to meet old friends and new and welcome anyone who shares common interests.
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Dorothy Hasty
John M. Wells
John M. Wells Memorial # 11178690.
You have his memorial page all wrong.
You have as his parents Joseph Highland Wells and Hannah Rita Bates ( my Great-Great Grandparents as his parents. Also as his Siblings you have my great grandfather Charles Hollenbach Wells, and
great granduncle Richard Ely Wells and two great gran aunts of mine, Phoebe Terry Wells Zahn Hoffman and Harriet Wells Fury (ALL MY FAMIL

John M. Wells was in fact the 2nd son of Daniel Frank Wells (1820-1878) and Zerulah Ruey Strong
(1825-1893)

Would you please straighten this out.
Thank You,
Dorothy Hasty Memorial # 47268547


Added by Dorothy Hasty on Feb 15, 2015 6:37 PM
Robert Morton
Elizabeth Mente Kouf
Elizabeth Mente, Find A Grave Memorial# 10371844 was my grandmother. Would you mind transferring to me? I do not know if she was given a stone.

Robert
Added by Robert Morton on Jan 17, 2015 3:15 PM
Owassa History
Nelson Bedell- Civil War vet
Nelson Bedell born June 8th, 1827 in Sandyston Township, Sussex County, NJ. Enlisted in Company I, 179th Infantry Regt, NYSV on August 27th, 1864 at 37 years old in Newfield, NY. Mustered in as a Private on September 13th, 1864. Captured by Confederates on September 30th, 1864 at Petersburg, VA. Paroled (no date). Mustered out of service on June 2nd, 1865 with his Regiment, at Elmira, NY. Filed for Invalid Veterans pension on October 2nd, 1877. SOURCES: Report of the Adjutant General, NY- page 153. Sons of Sussex, 2014.
Added by Owassa History on Dec 17, 2014 9:34 AM
Glenn Piper
Thomas Downing Reese
Lyn:

I have a question about Thomas Downing Reese and his two wives and children. I found him in the 1920 Census with his first wife, Neta, and the following children: Meryal (5), Martha (4y6m), & Frances (2y4m). This would seem to indicate Martha and Frances were from this wife, not from his second, Mary V Rider. Also based on Census, his marriage to Neta Evans would have been around 1913, and to Mary Rider around 1926.

Do you have any evidence to validate otherwise?

Neta is a 5th cousin 2x removed from me, and I'm currently working on some of her branches of the family.

Thanks,
Glenn
Added by Glenn Piper on Aug 02, 2014 8:27 AM
Valerie J. Bieber
William George
Hi! William George is my 2nd great grandfather through his daughter Alice Elmira who married Elmer O'Connor. William is one of my brick walls, so I decided it was time to message you and ask if you know any more info about him - who his parents were in particular. Thanks!
Added by Valerie J. Bieber on Jun 23, 2014 12:19 PM
Rebecca BainBecky
Otis drake
Otis Drake that is buried in Mt Pleasant cemetery is also my 3rd great grandfather. I'm trying to find information on his son Thomas. One records says he was married to Abigail with a child Eliza. Another record shows Thomas married to a Sybil Baldwin with 2 children William and Abigail. William's death certificate shows the later. Do you know any thing about this.? My email is rjbain332@verizon.net. Thanks
Added by Rebecca BainBecky on Feb 25, 2014 12:31 AM
A.K. Parsons
John Strong & Abigail Ford Strong
Hey there! I was just doing some research, found your entries, and then did a double-take because these two are my tenth great-grandparents as well! That probably makes us crazy-distant cousins, or something. Anyway, pretty awesome.

I really have no other reason for leaving this message to say thank you for all the hard work you've done. I'll be pouring over all the family links you provided when I find the time.

:)
Amber
Added by A.K. Parsons on Jan 09, 2014 8:33 PM
Gary Wells
Emily J. Wells
While taking pictures in the New Era, PA cemetery we came across a stone for Emily J. Wells. However, the dates on the stone are different from yours on the memorial page. Counting yours, we have found three sets of date and are trying to figure it out!

Can you tell us where you got the information for the Memorial on Find A Grave. Any info will be helpful!!

Thanks!!
Added by Gary Wells on Sep 10, 2013 11:45 PM
Chuck Samson
Worden Babcock
Hi There,

I found your F-A-G memorial for Peleg Babcock and the reference to his parents. I am descended from a woman named Dianna Babcock who, I am hypothesizing, could be a sister to Peleg. Do you have any information about the other children born to Worden Babcock? If so, do you recognize a daughter, Dianna, born 1802?

Thanks,

Chuck Samson
Sandpoint, Idaho
Added by Chuck Samson on Feb 04, 2013 2:02 PM
LoveHistory
Otis Drake
Hi,
In your memorial listing of Otis Drake #10371438 on the bio you wrote "was Stationed at Sacketts Harbor, N.Y. 1812. Does that mean he is a veteran of the War of 1812? Just wondering where you got the information..
Thanks
Added by LoveHistory on Jul 07, 2012 1:50 PM
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