|Carolyn (Johnson) Reed (#47224090)|
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|Dave B.||Tasker in Cornish|
I am working on my Tasker/Hall ancestors and found your F.A.G. entry for James Tasker, 1757-1837, (#81883425) in Cornish, NH, whose unnamed wife lived in Cornish past the age of 100. You mentioned a possible son named Ebenezer. I have a reference to an Ebenezer Tasker, 1798-1850, (#121850074) who was born in Cornish, NH but moved to Boston and lived there until his death. Ebenezer's parents were James Tasker and Charity Church according to marriage records from Boston. There is a Charity Tasker listed in the 1860 US Census for Cornish, b~1762, (age 98) living in the household of James Tasker, b~1788, (her son?). This appears to be the James Tasker, 1785-1876, listed as a child of James Tasker, 1757-1837, above. Does any of this make sense with what you might have for Taskers in Cornish?
Added by Dave B. on Mar 02, 2014 10:03 AM
|Robert Larkin Bartlett||RE: Bartlett Family Tree|
My e--mail address is email@example.com. My father was Fred L.(Frederick LaGrange)Bartlett. His father was Bert James Bartlett. His father was William Payson Bartlett. His father was Nathaniel Bartlett. Now I have found four Nathaniel Bartletts. One shows William Payson as a son in 1850 census with a brother, Edwin Philander Bartlett. FDA 91238967 shows Nathaniel Jr Bartlett with a son as Edwin Phillander but not William Payson. Can you expain this?
|Robert Larkin Bartlett||Bartlett Family Tree|
In responce to your request, here are some Bartletts buried outside of NH:
Fred L. Bartlett 1900-1985 Find A Grave 103936711
Bert James Bartlett 1869-1931 Find A Grave 11190572
William E. Bartlett 1862-1933 Find A Grave 15037444
Who were the parents of Nathaniel Bartlett 1755-1838
Find A Grave 96630985?
Please send to me at bobbartlett37.com your e-mail address so I can question a conflict I've found in me family tree.
|Jonelle||RE: Lear Memorials|
Thanks for the generous offer. I am not related; just adding information that I found for this family. If I get a request from someone in my area for the family members I manage, I'll definitely let them know about these as well. Thanks again!
Added by Jonelle on Feb 15, 2014 2:24 PM
|Jim Easom||RE: George Huggins|
So Carolyn, do you agree with the research I have found that Ella and Francis are probably the same person before I mess with your bio material? If so I will send a request to change Ella's bio to Ella Francis with maiden name of Austin. Unless you want to transfer her also. Thanks
|Jim Easom||RE: George Huggins|
Thank-you Carolyn. George's wife Ella is a very distant ancestor through some layers. Now that you added some additional info it is clearer and matches what I have found. George married Ella F. Austin. F. is probably Francis. She was the daughter of Azro and Achsah White Austin. Those are the names of their children. From census records he was still married to Ella F. in 1930 and was married at the time of his death. She died in 1940 not 1840 as you show. I am thinking the Ella shown as his second wife really is the same person as his first wife. I don't have any idea where the Pierce for her maiden name came from. I think that is an error in the records. You can transfer George and Ella to me if you want. Or if you agree we can redo what is shown.
|Jim Easom||George Huggins|
Carolyn, before I sent some changes do you know anything about George? I have been researching his wife Ella. I noticed you have in is bio a first wife Frances and children. I have not found anything on a Frances. From what I found the children are Ella's. And her maiden name is Austin. I don't know where the Pierce comes in. Can you shed any light on this? thank-you.
|Laish Morse||RE: Emery links.|
Thank you very much! I never met Harry Jr. (or Sonny as he was known as in the family) or his father. Jr. left and his father died before I was born. When I was young we lived in Harry and Charlotte's house on 12A by Ballochs (spelling?) Crossing for a few years after she died. I attended Cornish Elementary School for 2 1/2 years before we moved to Lebanon for a year then to Hanover. The house was cramped, a fire trap and there was no hot water, but some of my fondest childhood memories are from when we lived there. I wish I could have stayed at Cornish Elementary. It was such a great school back then.
Anyway, enough rambling lol
Take care and Happy New Year!
|Laish Morse||Emery links.|
Hi. I was wondering if you could link the parents of my great aunt Charlotte (Emery) Johnson #96538531.
Her father was Frederick Elmer Emery #63934812 and her mother was Lena May (Woodward) Emery #63934770
Thanks for making the links and the change to the Humphrey name. This family was very inconsistent in the spelling of the surname, as you can see from the burials in NH. I'm still looking for a missing generation, one notch up the food chain, but the spelling problem is giving me fits.
I appreciate the help,
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