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Abram Racey McQueen Memorial# 66459022 There is another listing for this Abram Racey McQueen posted by Pat O'Dell, Memorial #66459022; I noted that your listing is more complete and submitted at an earlier date. You may wish to contact her about resolving this. The only difference is the death date: Page County Cemetery records show he died Aug.1, his headstone shows July 1 (which is what Pat submitted). Thanks! TracyL
RE: Bowman Family I spoke to the caretaker at Belle Isle he does not have any burials for McQueen's. If they did not have a marker at the time of death it is possible they were buried there. He did have some McQueen's buried in Maplewood Cemetery in Camillus and in Robbins Sherwood Cemetery.
Searching for information on McQueen family To the editor: I am looking for anyone that may have information related to the McQueens, who lived in Onondaga County during the period 1800 to 1839. My greatgrandfather, William McQueen, was born in Onondaga in October 1807. He married Mary Ann Bowman Jan. 1, 1828 and they were in the Salina Census in 1830. William, their oldest son, was born Jan. 6, 1831, and my grandmother, Lucy McQueen, was born Oct. 30, 1837 in Baldwinsville (do not have official record). Does anyone in the area know of church records of this family? William must have had some brothers and sisters who lived in Onondaga County. The William McQueen family and James Bowman family left Canton in October of 1838 via the Erie Canal. We have searched for some 30 years without being able to find who the parents of William McQueen were or any cemetery locations for the McQueens. Does anyone know where the McQueens are buried? In the 1799 tax records, there was a Peter McQueen and we do know that in 1807, the Bowmans came to Onondaga County and they had a daughter, Betsy (Elizabeth), who married a Peter McQueen. Peter died in the 1830s. The listing of his children does not include William. Peter may have been married prior to marrying Betsy Bowman, since in the 1810 Census, he had a number of children 10 years of age and younger. If anyone has any information regarding this, we would appreciate hearing about it. At the same time that Peter was living in Onondaga, Daniel McQueen also lived there. He was married to. Lamberson? And she evidently died prior to Daniel moving to St. Clair, Mich, in the 1820s. In the listing of their children, we do not find a William. There was an older man living with William McQueen and John McQueen in the 1830 Census of Salina. I have found that in the poorhouse records of Onondaga, a John McQueen died at the County Farm on Nov. 10, 1835. He was 72 years of age. Could he have had a son William? If anyone has information, please contact me, Eliza Funk, 710 W. 20th St., Auburn, Indiana 46706 or e-mail me at email@example.com. I will be willing to pay a nominal fee for any information. ELIZA FUNK
Peter McQueen Hi I am related by way of Abram McQueen and Lucinda Noyes. I would like to prove revolutionary service for Peter but am just getting started. Also do you have any informaton regarding Emma Racey? Any direction would be very helpful. Thanks. Marlene Steines firstname.lastname@example.org