|Sandra Moore Jackson||Moore|
The link might be John Moore #54097085 ore his father John Moore and mother Anna Smith Moore, you have a Samuel Charles Moore in your tree, I have two Moore family's in my tree. One one my grandfather side and one on my grandmother side, Dora Cowles that go to Indiana and Penn.
|Sandra Moore Jackson||Moore|
Hi Carri, you have a DNA match to my brother, his DNA starts hear, Memorial #106183000
|NJBrewer||RE: Arthur N Davis born 1791|
Thank you for the information. I added it to the page. Please use the edit button from the memorial when asking for corrections. That takes me directly to the memorial I need to work on.
My appreciation :)
Added by NJBrewer on Apr 02, 2016 11:41 AM
|M. Saylor||RE: linking|
Oh, that's too bad. It would be nice to have it linked up.
Hi Carri, Am wondering if you can set up a link to #5600315, John Newton Davis, son of Alexander & Susannah. I noticed he's not connected yet. Melissa
|Becky Doan||RE: Dewey|
I found a Civil War article out of an old paper with little vignettes of all the living G.A.R. members...the stories are fascinating!!! Becky
Thought you might enjoy seeing this:
The Emporia Weekly Gazette, Unknown Date
Franklin D. Dewey, who with Mrs. Dewey lives at 13 Sylvan, was born May 21, 1846, at Lisbon, near Ogdensburg, N.Y. He came to Kansas in 1892, first to Strong City. He has lived at Americus, Hartford, and Olpe and moved to Emporia in 1917.
Mr. Dewey was married to Miss Ella Brown in 1870 and after her death, he married Mary Morgan in 1888. He has two children, Mrs. Nellie A. Callan and Enoch E. Dewey, and nine grandchildren.
Mr. Dewey enlisted in Company M, 6th New York Heavy Artillery, December 28, 1863 at Dickason Center, and was muster out at the close of the war at Hart's Island, New York. He served with General Grant all through the Battle of the Wilderness, never missing a battle. He was wounded once by a piece of shell. He came out of the war a private.
Mr. Dewey said today that the extent of his holding of public offices was in being a constable once, back in New York. He is a member of Friends church, having been both a Methodist and a Baptist. He also is a member of the Oddfellows lodge. He has been post commander of the G.A.R. four times, three times in Emporia and once in Americus. He will be a delegate to the national encampment at Cincinnati, Ohio, in August.
Mr. Dewey has been a farmer ever since coming to Kansas.
|Stephani Poole||Judith Foust Clapp|
Do you have information about a daughter of Judith & John?
I have alot of fam history but I am looking for the hard facts and proof.
Thanks so much.
Stephani Sudlow Poole
|macso||RE: WW Perkins Memorial Update|
You are very welcome. I try hard to keep up on my edits. Glad I could be of help to you. Chris
Added by macso on Jan 07, 2014 7:44 PM
|Pioneersearcher||# 90411172 James M Collins|
I would like your permission to copy his photo to my ancestry family tree.
I will give you credit. Thank you, Pioneersearcher # 47016656
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