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|I started on geneology where my mother left off. |
She was from New York. I am searching for BRANNAN, BRANNEN and other spellings, Hawxhurst, BIRCHER, MATHEWS and STYLES among others.
My father's family was primarily in PA. There I'm looking for ANSPACH, MOYER, REINHART and others who've married into the family.
Learning about these families, their lives and times has been an incredible history lesson.
I appreciate the photos and names that people have posted relating to my family and your help in connecting the various members as they've departed from their places of birth. It's nice to bring them back together through findagrave.
When I have the opportunity to travel someplace, it is my pleasure to photograph family members and many others too. I hope that some of these names will be just the person you've been looking for.
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|Linda Green||RE: Eric Lewis Marvin|
Janet - thanks for contacting me. However, I will have to do some additional research. Eric was married first to Sarah Ann Sanford. She is buried in White Flock Cemetery and I believe the stone also includes Eric. I will have to dig up my pictures. Eric Lewis Marvin with the birth/death dates indicated is listed in the White Flock Cemtery records kept by one of my ancestors and later Charles Stump of Bowen, Illinois. I guess the question is - which wife is he buried with? Sarah and Eric also had a son, named Eric - perhaps the record-keepers got mixed up. However, they also recorded the birth and death dates as shown on the memorial. The son Eric was born and died in 1878, only lived for a few days.
I'll get back to you, but it might be a little while. Having company and then trip to Denver for about a week.
|Beth Austin||RE: Ora R Booth Briggs|
Janet, thank you so much for your help!
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||Hi there Janet|
Thanks ever so much for you note!
I do love the information I find in the newspapers. I did joining genealogybank.com and am thinking about adding newspapers.com.
I do say that the descriptions were quite detailed in some of those write-ups!
Appreciation sent your way!
|AAW||RE: Rachel Hess, N.Paltz|
Thanks. I'm glad you were able to link her to the right mother--even buried in the same cemetery.
Added by AAW on Nov 03, 2015 7:18 PM
|AAW||Rachel Hess, N.Paltz|
Although you did not link Rachel Hess #54716968 of New Paltz to the wrong parents (Joel and Sally Dubois of Catskill). because you still control her memorial, only you can directly correct this link. You should bring up Rachel's memorial and click the blue "Edit relationship" hyperlink and then you will be able to remove Joel DuBois, who was certainly not her father, and add her correct mother Sally Jane (Vanostrand) Dubois #101524609, who was also buried in New Paltz Cemetery (not my ancestor, the Sally DuBois buried in Catskill).
If this sounds too complicated for you, please transfer Rachel's memorial to me 48224322, I will make the correction, and then transfer her memorial back to you. (Since she is not known to be a relation I have no interest in hanging on to her memorial so will return it right after correcting it).
I found Rachel DuBois Hess and her mother Sally (Vanostrand) DuBois in the Censuses. They clearly show Rachel cannot possibly have ever been a child of Joel or Sally Dubois of Catskill. In the 1855 NY State Census, Rachel is living with her WIDOWED mother Sally Dubois in the household of Sally's sister Gitty/Gertrude Steen (F-G #101524611) and brother-in-law Jesse Steen (F-G #1-1624610). Joel DuBois of Catskill died long after 1850 so cannot have been that Sally's husband. Sally DuBois of Catskill died in 1858, but Sally (Vanostrand) Dubois, mother of Rachel Hess, is in the 1860 and 1880 Census for New Paltz. In the latter she is enumerated as the WIDOWED mother-in law of Cornelius Hess.
Added by AAW on Nov 01, 2015 10:32 PM
I see no evidence that Rachel DuBois Hess born around 1844 and buried in New Paltz) was the daughter of Joel and Sally Jane Dubois (buried in Catskill). The latter are direct ancestors of mine so I'm familiar with the relevant sources.
In the 1850 US Census for Catskill Joel and Sally have 5 children in the household Nathaniel 22, Lana 20, Ester 18, Sarah 11, Catherine 9. No Rachel. In the 1855 NY Census for Catskill Joel & Sally are still living with these 5 children (Nathaniel, Lana, Ester, Sarah & Catharine) as well as a son in law John Manning (h/o Lana), daughter in law Elizabeth (Abeel) w/o Nathaniel, and 2 granddaughters, Francis and Mary, children of Nathaniel and Lana. Again no Rachel.
In 1860 Catskill Joel and Sally are living in the household of daughter Lana and son-in-law John Manning and their children. Still no Rachel.
Added by AAW on Oct 17, 2015 12:17 AM
|Patricia McF||RE: Rogler|
My sincere apologies. I didn't realize the earlier records were in the wrong cemetery. I will use your records for family links. Thank you for the info...& also, thank you for your work.
|Vicki ||Family Bible|
Hi Everyone I Just Started to Try and Finish what my grandmother and I started back in the late 70's and that is her Family tree..
I Have the Pages from William J. Sarine and Rachel Oakley's Family Bible...I have Photo Copied them and can email them to you if you would like. They Are in Very Bad Shape and Have No Idea Who thought it would be a Great Idea to Tear them out and then Fold Them?? UGH ... I found them in My Grandmothers (Nancy E. Sarine) Papers. Her Father was Dr. Willian V B Sarine...William and Rachels Grandson.
If Anyone would like a copy Please let me Know
Added by Vicki on Sep 04, 2015 8:00 PM
|CRose26||Old Ellenville Cemetery|
I have been photographing this cemetery, and noticed you have taken some photos yourself. Out of curiosity, what did you use to make the inscriptions pop out more?
Added by CRose26 on Jun 30, 2015 11:34 AM
|Donna ||55248260 Geo Maxwell Carman|
Wallkill Valley Cemetery. Would you please transfer his memorial to me to maintain?
Donna member #47164003
Added by Donna on Feb 17, 2015 10:43 AM
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