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Pamela Aune (#47708756)
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Russell Ham
RE: Clara A. Cavis? Ham? Burleigh
There won't be anything about the Cavis family as such in Carroll county; to the best of my knowledge and that of my late father, only the three sisters originally from Bow had moved to Sandwich, and I'm not sure that he was aware that Josiah and Clara Burleigh were actually in Sandwich. He was the grandson of William Penn Ham (Farmington: 1822 - 1864) and Louisa Melinda Cavis (Bow: 1827 - 1877)

There is a very old note in my records (from long before the internet) pertaining to the family in Bow stating that Clara Ann [alt Clarissa] Cavis, daughter of Jonathan Cavis (Bow: 1784 - 1842) and Betsy White (Bow: 1792 - 1837) was married to Josiah M Burleigh. That was probably derived from a history of Bow.

Now my turn: It struck me as very unlikely that Josiah W Burleigh could have been in California at his death. What evidence do you hold of that having been the case?

I can supply much more detail should you be interested.
Added by Russell Ham on Dec 06, 2015 9:54 AM
SRev1
Binz
Hi,

I've recently added a few more Binz names I found today. Johann and Walburga, and another memorial for Minrad.
Added by SRev1 on Oct 16, 2014 1:38 PM
rick pickwick
Bradbury Prescott
Hi Pamela
I was going through my direct line again and was wondering what your relation is to the Prescott line? if you wish we can email at massage1@earthlink.net. He is my 5th great grandfather. I am interested in sharing some genealogy if you are also willing.
sincerely
rick pickwick
Added by rick pickwick on Oct 13, 2014 5:46 PM
larry
RE: Ida M. Turner Whetstone
I will transfer the Whetstone family to you as I am unrelated. I do not live in the area and have never been to this particular cemetery. You may wish to request on Find A Grave that a volunteer in the area take a picture of the markers for you. I live in the Twin Cities!

Larry
Added by larry on May 01, 2014 1:07 PM
Perry Baker Hall
RE: Col. Joseph Quinby
Yes, and applying to DAR, Mayflower etc. So your info would be very, very much appreciated. Please contact the contributor. Thanks again. Perry
Added by Perry Baker Hall on Jan 05, 2014 7:19 PM
Perry Baker Hall
RE: Col. Joseph Quinby
OH, now I know the problem. I am not the contributor for the grave. I am his ggggrandson, and only a contributor on one grave site. Am I correct that this is the issue as to why I cant make the changes?

Mother: Sarah Libby Quinby
Find A Grave Memorial# 85082654



Col Joseph Libby Quinby
Birth: Jun. 1, 1799, USA
Death: Oct. 6, 1846
Sandwich
Carroll County
New Hampshire, USA


Family links:
Spouse:
Elisabeth Quinby (1800 - 1838)*

Children:
Joseph Bainbridge Quinby (1828 - 1901)*

*Calculated relationship


Burial:
Weed's Mills Cemetery
North Sandwich
Carroll County
New Hampshire, USA

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Created by: Dickc49
Record added: Oct 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99840738



Added by Perry Baker Hall on Jan 05, 2014 5:54 PM
Perry Baker Hall
RE: Col. Joseph Quinby
Help! I tried to find the are you described but couldnt find where I could put in family info. Thanks for your help. Perry
Added by Perry Baker Hall on Jan 05, 2014 2:30 PM
Greg
Callaghans
Thank you, Pamela, for getting back to me and updating me with the Callaghan family information. I appreciate that.

And thank you for mentioning the Holy Name of Mary Parish book. I was corresponding with Carson when he was collecting information for the anniversary publication and had been wondering what came of the project and if a book was out. So you answered all that for me. I will order the book right away.

Sincerely,

Greg

Added by Greg on Oct 25, 2013 5:57 PM
Greg
Catherine Callaghan Ford
Thanks for responding, Pamela. Whenever you get around to it is fine. I just came across an online site that includes County Cork old church records: http://churchrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/churchrecords/

Wishing you a speedy and improved recovery,

Greg
Added by Greg on Sep 23, 2013 5:36 PM
Greg
Catherine Callaghan Ford
Hi Pamela,

I just noticed the memorial you created for Catherine. Do you know if she is related to the 3 Callaghan brothers (Daniel, Thomas and Denis) from Ovens Parish, in Cork, also? Do you have any info on her parents? My ancestor is Daniel Callaghan (Birth abt 1797 in Ovens Parish, Cork, Ireland; Death 3 Mar 1863 in Marysville, Tyendinaga, Hastings, Ontario, Canada)

Greg
Added by Greg on Sep 17, 2013 12:48 PM
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