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I am a descendant of a few of our Founding Fathers here in the United States of America. My family on both parents sides- and all four grandparents- and their parents before them- all date back to/ or before the American Revolutionary War.|
In the process of searching my family treeI hope I can also help others searching their family trees. As I find information out in regards to my ancestors, and also finding information in regards to others- associated with my family- it is my intent to share - to help one another out.
Main Family Surnames- ADAMS, FIELDS, FINK, KIBLER, PEYTON, TOMPKINS
-PLEASE- if you are REQUESTING A TRANSFER/and/or Find any Errors or Added Bio Info-PLEASE Feel Free to Contact Me. BUT PLEASE PLEASE- USE THE EDIT TAB on the Top RIGHT CORNER OF MEMORIALS. Under Suggestion- please leave your request or suggestions. AND PLEASE- Thank You and Please- and showing kindness goes a long way with me and society in general.
GENEALOGY FAMILY MYSTERY-HELP WANTED-PLEASE
I have 2 mysteries in my family tree- Where are they buried??
Sgt. Moses Adams Nov 30 1748-June 28 1778
- he fought in the American Revolutionary War
in Massachusetts. Continental Pay Accounts June 21,1777 thru June 28, 1778. Marked June 28, 1778 reported Died. Died in Battle of Monmouth County Courthouse, NJ. Is also on the Muster Roles in Valley Forge March 1778 and May 1778.
WHERE IS HIS FINAL RESTING PLACE?
Mary Angeline "Angeline" (Whetzel)Fink Feb 1 1889-Jan 21 1916. Daughter of Cornelius & Matilda Whetzel, wife of Samuel R Fink. She died 2 days after giving birth- in Keyser, Mineral County, WV. WHERE IS HER FINAL RESTING PLACE?
Please feel free to use any photographs I have taken or posted on FindAGrave for Genealogy, non-profit use ONLY. THANKING YOU.
Your Tombstone stands among the rest:
neglected and alone.
The name and date are chiseled out
On polished, marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care
its too late to mourn.
You did not know that I exist
You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you
In flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse
Entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled
One Hundred years ago
Spreads out among the ones you left
Who would have loved you so
I wonder if you lived and loved,
I wonder if you knew
That someday I would find this spot.
and come to visit you.
--- 1906 by Walter Butler Palmer
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|Dianne C. Carman||Moser Memorials|
The Bio's are transcriptions of original obituaries printed in the Mahoning Dispatch newspaper. Sorry but newspapers routinely make errors such as appear in these cases, but they are as they are.
|nj||RE: Schmenk family|
These are family on father's side. I have some bios. Would be grateful if you would transfer.
Added by nj on Jul 19, 2015 8:58 PM
|Barbara Haines||RE: Gallagher/Neilon @Collin Co Texas|
No problem...easy mistake to make. I've done plenty worse more times than I can bear to think of!
|Joyce Millhorn Plunkett||Jane Hooper Duvall|
Thank you for transferring my family memorial Joyce
|Larry Nolen||Sandy A Fields|
Are these correct? Link to the memorial that you sent corrections for:
|M.Bolton||RE: Elijah Pomeroy 1736-1792|
Hi Family member.
I think this man had given him a Burial Place but we do NOT know where Elijah was buried, that's why I have him unknown. I believe I have the accurate Memorial. Elijah is my 6th times G. Grandfather. I was doing research, i have been pulled in other directions for them moment hope to get back to Pomeroy's!! I am addicted to Genealogy, so sometimes I help others, and that is were I am right now :-)
Added by M.Bolton on Jun 29, 2015 6:11 PM
|Elizabeth Verchio||RE: Broncaccio|
The family was in Cleveland, OH from early 1900's. Do you know if anyone in the Broncaccio family has record of Arthur and Geraldine's marriage, maybe a family Bible entry? All I have is the newspaper listing for the license and Aunt Gerri's sister recollection of the marriage. Gerri's oldest son didn't know about the marriage; by the time I discovered the union Aunt Gerri's recall was not quite so good so I didn't pursue it with her. They were married about 1 year - 25 Oct 1941 to sometime before end of 1942. Arthur joined the Army 10 Feb 1942. Thank you for all you work on this great website.
|Elizabeth Verchio||RE: Broncaccio@Riverside Cem|
No relations. My husband's paternal aunt was married for a very short time to Arthur Broncaccio. As far as I know, there were not children from this union. Aunt Geri, age 90+, had a stroke a few days ago, which prompted me to look again at her history, which lead to learning more about her 1st in-laws and I thought it proper to follow through with their memorials. Aunt Geri died today at 2:30 pm, as soon as I learn of her final resting place I will create a memorial for her and link them. As an amateur genealogist, I continue to be amazed that I learn more from the dead than the living!
Thanks for asking!
|Mark H.||RE: Rebecca Sawyer|
This is interesting. In court testimony in 1867, Aholiab said his wife was Rebecca Williams, not Llewellyn. But neither of them was particularly honest about their past. They lived in Michigan in the late 1850s, briefly in Pennsylvania, and in DC by 1862. They seem to have changed their names ca. 187. I will pursue the Oak Hill angle - it is possible that Aholiab had a cousin of the same name, though unlikely they were both in DC. An Aholiab Sawyer of an earlier generation also married a Rebecca.
Added by Mark H. on Jun 24, 2015 4:01 PM
|Mark H.||RE: Sawyer family|
Thank you. That is on Ancestry.com?
My information for his later life differs,
suggesting he and his wife died after 1900.
Added by Mark H. on Jun 24, 2015 1:34 PM
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