|Sherry Wilson (#46591056)|
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|I have inserted a collection of names and photos for Paint Creek Cemetery, Hadley Community Church Cemetery, Bigler Cemetery, Almont Hough Cemetery, Webster Cemetery, Sandhill Cemetery, Ferguson Cemetery, Scotch Settlement and other misc cemeteries|
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|Jess E. Bromley||Roswell Bromley #8231013|
Roswell Bromley #8231013
Could you please make the following additions?
Andrew Jackson Bromley #82321020
Burt Bromley #88163492
Herrick Bromley 1806-1853 #6666082
Thank you so very much
Jess E Bromley
My Great-great grandfather was his brother Bethuel
|treerpgmo||RE: Irena Pool|
See if this information I have on file for Irena's husband William H. POOL (1808-1890) helps. Aything in these brackets"" was added by me:
History of Macomb County, Michigan. Chicago: M. A. Leeson & Company, 1882. Pg. 758:
WILLIAM H. POOL, born in Ashlield, Mass., January 0, 1808. He. with his wife, Irena Smith Pool, born in Williamstown, N. Y., January 28, 1810, and family of five children moved from Niagara County, N. Y., to Bruce Township, Macomb Co., Mich., in 1848, having recently purchased the farm known as the Seward Walter farm, on which he still lives; Mrs. Pool having died May 5, 1878. beloved and mourned by her family and friends, having proved herself a kind companion, a loving mother, a friend to the needy; she was sister to Aratus Smith, the well-known Supervisor of Washington Township. Achish Pool. Sr., father of William H. Pool, was born in Ashlield, Mass., August 27, 1776, serving in the war of 1812; his wife, Susannah Hersey Pool, was born in Massachusetts September 28,1783. They selected them a home in Lewiston, N. Y., about 1810, and, though they were driven off by the British and Indians, returned and remained there while they lived, Mr. Pool reaching the age of soventy-six; Mrs. Pool, eighty-eight. The homestead is still owned by their descendants.
OBED SMITH, Sr. His wife's father [that of Irena the wife of William H. POOL] was born at Ashfiold [sic Ashfield], Mass., April 0. 1770; with his wife, Rhoda Sears Smith, born at Yarmouth, Mass., in May, 1771, moved about 1812 to Lewiston, N. Y., remaining in that vicinity during their life. The five children of William H. and Irena S. Pool were all born in Lewiston, N. Y. Achish Pool. March 3, 1830. married Gertrude S. Tillson. of Romeo. Mich., November 25, 1858; are now living in Buffalo County. Neb. Aratus S. Pool was born January 11, 1832: married Permelia A. Hosner. of Bruce. Mich.. March 27, 1850,. now living at Romeo. Mich. William H. Pool, born March 17, 1844, married Eva Hoyt Williams, at Oil City, P^nn., July 11. 1872, now living in Buffalo County, near Kearney. Neb.; B. F. Pool, September '">. 1S37; and Hattie M. Pool, March 12, 1840. still reside with their father on the homestead, unmarried. William H. Pool participated in Navy Island troubles, which man- in Macomb County remember. The Methodist Church is and has been the family church.
Federal Census 1850 for Michigan: Macomb County, Bruce [Township], Pg. 120/239, Line 5 199/208 Hannah HOSMER age 65 was born in New York. Following her in the household is William H. POOL age 42 born in Massachusetts a farmer with $2,000 in real estate. His wife Irenia age 40 was born in New York along with their children: Achis[h] age 20, Aratus age 18 a farmer, son Bartlett age 12, William W. age 6, and Harriet M. age 4.
|Janet Stout||John and Anna Wilcox|
In the future would you please send addition/corrections using he edit button. It makes it so much easier to make additions and changes that way. Janet
|Mike Corray||Paton Family|
I would like to express my deepest appreciation for your addition of memorials for many other family members of mine, not only in Scotch Settlement, but in Hough, too! Thanks so much.
|Mike Corray||RE: James Woodburn Paton|
You misunderstood what I was writing. The current memorial says Christine is his mother. I was suggesting that you remove that note as Elizabeth is his mother - not Christina.
|Mike Corray||James Woodburn Paton|
Some information on James Woodburn Paton, #82418289. Christina Woodburn was David Paton's first wife. She died in Scotland in 1849 after bearing seven children. David married her sister Elizabeth and they moved to America in 1852. Elizabeth bore another thirteen children, not including several sets of stillborn twins and James was the seventeenth of David's twenty children, Elizabeth's tenth child born in 1863. You may wish to change the description on James findagrave memorial which shows Christine as his mother. Thanks, Mike Corray #48079886
Her maiden name is Shoemaker. She married Schissler later in years. I dont even know his name. She was married to 3 other men. One is my real father Joseph Benyi. Had my brother William Benyi and I. Then she married William Voorhies had three more children. I took the Voorhies name (He adopted me). Lloyd M Shoemaker is her father and Edna Springett was her mother.
Added by Heidi on Mar 24, 2015 7:28 AM
|j. bradley||John Waddill|
It's good to see some one else who has tried to document individuals who are buried at the "Waddill" cemetery! I'm sure you know its quite the mess! It gets worse every year. John & my ancestor Joseph Conley at one time held joint ownership of this cemetery! I've tried to preserve his headstone!
|klassikat||RE: Followup - Oscar Carpenter's wife|
Hi, Just wondering if you were able to confirm Oscar's wife's maiden name? Still haven't chatted with my cousin. Just been to busy on my end...and they are super busy on their end.
|Jeanne ||Robert Phillips#125128199|
Are you still interested in his descendants or do you have them by now? Jeanne
Added by Jeanne on Feb 09, 2015 4:40 PM
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