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Past President and Secretary, Vermont Society of Sons of the American Revolution http://www.vtssar.org;
Vice-President General, New England District, National Society of Sons of the American Revolution
Secretary and Registrar, Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New Hampshire;
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|Anne Morrissy||Re: Judiah Ayelsworth's information|
Sorry, scratch that moving west to Michigan part. the Hon. Stukely S. Ellsworth died in Otsego County, New York.
|Anne Morrissy||Re: Judiah Ayelsworth's information|
Thanks so much for the thorough information on Judiah Aylesworth! Just a heads up, the son from the second marriage that you have listed as "Stutely" was actually Stukely Stafford Ellsworth, who served in the New York state assembly and senate before ultimately heading west to Michigan, where he died.
|Peter Morgan||Benjamin Morgan|
Ditto re: my message below for Benjamin Morgan as well. His # is 30689388. Your research is most impressive, and I very much you quoting the sources of your research.
|Peter Morgan||Joseph Morgan|
Thank you for creating a findagrave.com memorial for my 3rd great grand uncle Joseph Morgan (30689575). I am writing for 2 reasons:
1) May I have your permission to use a copy of the photo you took of his marker in my ancestry.com family tree? I will give you proper credit for taking the photo in the caption under the picture.
2) Do you have information about Joseph's parents? If so, I would appreciate you sharing whatever information you have on this family.
|Bob and Mary Bramble Lynn||Jemima Smith Brown Vermont|
Hello !! MAARY LYNN STILL SEARCHING SMITHS
Jemima Smith married Seeley Brown and had a son
Smith Brown....who married Lucinda Curtis. They
are on the 1850 Census Adamsville, Cass Co., Mich.
1860 Census Smith Brown is enumerated with D. Fitch (Dorastas Fitch???) His sister married
Hubbard Fitch and they had a child Dorastas.
Bunker Hill, Ingham, Michigan for S Brown and
Dorastas..........Lucinda is not with them.
No further info and I "assume" Smith and Lucinda
Curtis Brown died in Michigan. I have not found
them or their graves.
A daughter of Smith Brown (Josephine Elizabeth
Brown Penoyer) has them buried in Iowa. I have
talked with her but she believes they are buried
in Iowa. Other children of Smith Brown are in
I don't know that you care but I do disagree.
Just info for you.....I HAVE NO PROOF
Smith Brown & Lucinda had Sarah...Benoni..New York...married Fanney Swan...Julia Angalina b.
Vt married Jonah Stratton b. N.Y
Josiah...Josephine married Ira Penoyer and lived in Iowa...& Harvey died in Michigan. Informant
said his father was Smith Brown...
I don't know that you want all of this information but ..... I send it anyway..OH WELL
|Souscolline||William Underhill of Dorset|
The Underhill Society's Bulletin of 1984, The ancestry of "William Underhill of Dorset, Vermont", corrected the long held belief that William was the son of Nathaniel, youngest son of Capt. John Underhill. William was in fact proven to be the son of Abraham and Sarah Townsend Underhill. Abraham was the son of John Underhill,Jr., who married Mary Prior.
The 1984 Bulletin is available from the Underhill Society and gives a complete line a descent from Capt. John.
|Virginia Combs||William Underhill of Dorset, VT|
William's parents were long thought to be Nathaniel Underhill and Mary Ferris of Westchester, NY. but research published by the Underhill Society in 1984 proves that in fact William was the son of Abraham Underhill b 1679, d 1713, who married, 1702 Sarah Townsend, b 1679 and d. after 1731. Abraham lived on his father's land at Wolver Hollow, Long Island, and was a Justice of the Peace.
Abraham's father was John Underhill, Jr., b. 1642, d 1692 and his other was Mary Prior, b 1652, d 1698. He was a member of the Friends Meeting and a farmer and owned a large part of his Killingworth land, including the Underhill Burying Ground where he and Mary lie buried.
John Underhill, Jr., was the son of Captain John Underhill, son of John and Honor (Pawley Underhill, born ca 1597 in Warwickshire, England.
Hope you'll be able to make these corrections!
|James Bianco||Abigail Buell Porter|
Linda Mac created tons of memorials in the wrong cemetery including Abigail Buell Porter. If you check you will see that she thought "Town Hill Cemetery" was the same as "Town Hall Road" cemetery aka Center Cemetery, which it is not.
I entered them from transcript because the individuals had no memorials, and then shortly thereafter started receiving edits like yours because of Linda Mac's mistake. I am going to place a message on her wall to let her know.
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Thank you for all your doing, have done, and shall do. It is quite well. History is not only what was but is. Some want to write it differently than the factual and actual. Not you. Many kudos.
Please add me as your friend. on Find A Grave here now too.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
PS: Our Strattons, Potters, De Mallies, and even my Aunt Hetty Green would be so proud of what your doing to help all.
Thank you so much for the extensive work you've done on this family! It is much appreciated.
Added by NancyM on Aug 31, 2013 7:26 AM
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