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Kocart (#47008250)
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d yancey
RE: Mash
I agree. Thanks. Just glad to find some other researchers looking for him!!!!!
Added by d yancey on Feb 09, 2016 4:58 PM
d yancey
RE: Mash
Here are the links

Onesiphorus Marsh
Find A Grave Memorial# 79976054
Birth: 1630, England
Death: May 15, 1713
Haverhill
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
burial unknown no stone

Onesiphiros Mash
Created by: Kocart
Record added: Mar 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 49388561

Birth: 1630
Death: May 15, 1713
picture of tombstone on memorial with spelling of name

Added by d yancey on Feb 09, 2016 4:40 PM
Bob Glidden
RE: Jonathan Sanborn
You are very welcome. Bob
Added by Bob Glidden on Feb 04, 2016 6:19 PM
Bob Glidden
RE: Jonathan Sanborn
No luck finding her burial so far. Thanks. And thanks for all of your work. I see your ID often as I add and research my family. Bob
Added by Bob Glidden on Feb 01, 2016 6:48 PM
Sherrii Williams
RE: Wrong picture Memorial# 51782437
Hi Kristen,

We're you ever able to find the divorce papers for Zachariah and Nelly? I am still interested in them. Also have you ever found any trace of Polly Goodman or William Rayburn after their divorces? I have never been able to figure out where William Rayburn came from before his marriage to Eliza or went afterwards. The only clue I have is that their son Robert was named after his grandfather.

Sherrii
Added by Sherrii Williams on Jan 17, 2016 8:51 PM
ddh
RE: Blunt/Blount line
In passing, I have not contributed a lot of time and effort on the ROBERTS families in the past, as a result, most information i've obtained surrounds their connection with a BLOUNT, and I'm not sure of the accuracy. I'd like to glean the results of your research, therefore, I'd like to ask you for the Family Sheets for Lewis Corbin R., Henley R., William R., and John R.
If you agree, I could send you my address and a check so that you could mail me the info with no rush involved. --ddh
Added by ddh on Jan 08, 2016 12:21 PM
ddh
RE: Blunt/Blount line
Yes, I received all the documents. Thank you.
Not to change the subject, but I have a bunch of ancestors that sprang fro Nicholas County by the name of HERRIN. As a matter of fact John HERRIN b 1826, in 1876 was elected to the office of Deputy Sheriff, which he held two terms. In 1880 he was elected High Sheriff of Nicholas County. Hes my 2nd g grandfather.

In another vein, since you are studying the
ROBERTS, our subject Reading BLOUNTs grandson, Martin Van Buren BLOUNT m Nancy ROBERTS>Lewis Corbin,b 1813>Henley,b 1777>William, b 1724>John.
Does this jive with what you have?



Added by ddh on Jan 04, 2016 1:22 PM
ddh
RE: Blunt/Blount line
Yes, I received all the documents. Thank you.
Not to change the subject, but I have a bunch of ancestors that sprang fro Nicholas County by the name of HERRIN. As a matter of fact John HERRIN b 1826, in 1876 was elected to the office of Deputy Sheriff, which he held two terms. In 1880 he was elected High Sheriff of Nicholas County. He's my 2nd g grandfather.

In another vein, since you are studying the
ROBERTS, our subject Reading BLOUNT's grandson, Martin Van Buren BLOUNT m Nancy ROBERTS>Lewis Corbin,b 1813>Henley,b 1777>William, b 1724>John.
Does this jive with what you have?



Added by ddh on Jan 04, 2016 1:21 PM
ddh
RE: Blunt/Blount line
Reading probably has a reason to TELL people where he was going, and perhaps faked his death. I really don't know the truth of the story, I followed along like others with the only info available, seemingly.
When time permits, please send me your info on him and I'll change my family data to reflect same.

Also, all I have on Minor ROBERTS is that he married Jeminma ROBERTS, daug. of Reading Blount & Abigail AMBROSE. Is that correct? I'm not sure. Whatever you have for his family, I'd appreciate your sending it to me when time permits. --ddh
Added by ddh on Jan 03, 2016 10:46 PM
ddh
RE: Blunt/Blount line
Thank you for all the documents for the BLOUNT/BLUNT LINE. I appreciate all your good work. --ddh
Added by ddh on Jan 03, 2016 7:44 PM
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