|Rachel H. (#47288550)|
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I have a passion for family history and have spent quite some time looking for my ancestors. If I've created a memorial for a family member of yours, please let me know and I will happily transfer it to you.|
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|Gary W. Holmes, II. of Elkton, MD||Mary Reese Pearson|
I noticed your name on the Find-A-Grave site for Mary Reese Pearson. Did you know her or are you related? She was a dear friend of my family from church. I had hoped to one day write an article about her for the INKWELL Publication from the Cecil County Historical Society of which I am a Board of Trustee member. Any information you could be provide would be appreciated. Thank you & God Bless! Gary Holmes email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 410-996-3044
|jhculbert||Re. Thomas Morrison Memorial|
Rachel, at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=54412296 you have Thomas' mother as Jane Deulah.
In: Biographical and Genealogical History of the state of Delaware, Vol. 1, 1889, J.M. Runk & Co., Chambersburg, PA, p. 681-682, re. Thomas Morrison, available online at https://archive.org/stream/biographicalgene01runk#page/1276/mode/2up/
Here it shows: Thomas Morrison; b. 1814, County Derry, IRE; m. Co. Down, IRE, Jane Dunlap (d. 1886); migrated to NJ aft. 1840, settled in DE in 1859; he d. 1885.
Thanks for providing these updates in your memorial with this reference.
|Randolph Mann||Arabella Sydel Mann|
Do you have Arabella's parents names?
|Anthony Ciconte||the plummer's|
I was surprised to find my great-grandparents in your research. Elizabeth and Henry were like I said my great-grandparents on my Mother's side. May I ask how they are connected to your family research?
|Beth Bush||All Saints Cemetery|
I would be willing to take a photo at All Saints Cemetery per your request but you must supply me with the Section and Lot number. This cemetery charges $5 per look up at their office. If you would contact the cemetery office, they will look up the section and lot number for you free of charge.
Rachel-Thank you for updates, they are appreciated!~Laura.
Added by Honor on May 03, 2014 7:55 PM
|Leonard J. McCown||Elijah Shook, 115487095|
I have a Bible record that gives these dates for Elijah Shook, born 8 June 1809; died 11 Jan. 1863. The Bible belonged to Elijah and Jane (Cavendar) Shook, and was owned by Mrs. Ann (Shook) Gage, in 1986. Would you mind adding this to his bio? The Bible has 1865 printed on the bottom of the marriage record.
|Jane from MI||RE: Coblentz family|
Thank you for responding. I thought Jacob and Peter were probably brothers. I think you are correct about where Jacob is buried. Someone has used his memorial for the wrong Jacob. I am trying to contact her/him. Jane from MI
|Jane from MI||Coblentz family|
Hi, I am also a Coblentz descendant. This is my line. Alta (grandmother)/Ezra/John 1833/John 1794/John 1764/Philip/Hans Nicholas, immigrant. What is your Coblentz line? My Coblentzes were from Maryland. They moved to Columbiana/Mahoning Co. OH in the early 1800s. Then my great great grandfather John born 1833 moved to Michigan about 1867.
I have been trying to figure out which Jacob Coblentz fought in the War of 1812. He was from Montgomery County. Jane from MI email@example.com
|Joan Martindale Roth||RE: McCullough Family|
Thanks for getting back to me. The puzzle would not be nearly as big except for that tombstone. The question is who is really there and who isn't. Maybe one of these days I will contact the cemeteries. West Laurel is a big cemetery and very helpful. There are some Barratts there. When we visited they gave us a GPS to find the graves.
Have a great day.
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