|Peter Mc (#47217255)|
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|Sullivan County, NY native and genealogy buff.|
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|BK||Samuel Butts (Veterans Cem. Erie)|
TYVM for helping me find the information on my great-great-great grandfather. How did you find it, and is Mary buried there also?
Added by BK on Mar 29, 2015 11:02 AM
|Doug||Joseph Drake #51861336|
Aloha and I am a direct descendant of William Drake of Wayne County New York, who, died in Michigan in 1847 and was born 30 Nov 1784. William was granted a patent deed in Michigan in 1837. I am pretty sure his father was the Joseph Drake buried in Lower Mongaup Cemetery: Find a Grave 51861336. I believe this because a "Joseph Drake The Second" was granted a patent deed in Michigan next to that of William just 4 days earlier.
William's probate file shows but one child, Joseph, my GGGrandfather born in 1810, not a second Joseph.
My theory is that Joseph the Second was a brother of William, and gives credence to Joseph the Seconds and William's father being a Joseph, Joseph the First?. However, the Find A Grave site for Joseph mentions siblings but no children, neither a William nor a Joseph the Second.
Any light on this would be terribly appreciated.
Added by Doug on Mar 22, 2015 10:06 PM
|pglasow||David McNeely grave, Cochecton, NY|
Hi Peter -
I may have contacted you a few years ago and am finally back to working on my genealogy. Could you please tell me where you found the information on David McNeely's parents? I didn't have their names before and can't find any references on the major genealogy websites.
Added by pglasow on Mar 17, 2015 12:31 PM
|Michael Worden||Katie Cox Ward|
Doing research into a Katie Cox Ward who I found listed as being buried in St. Mary's Cemetery in Port Jervis. Do you have, or know of, specific plot information for burials there? I would like to locate her grave.
Katie Cox Ward
|barbara ||RE: John W. M. Kroeger|
yes that would be wonderful--thank you
Added by barbara on Mar 07, 2015 3:01 PM
|barbara ||RE: John W. M. Kroeger|
thank you for your reply--what does it mean to transfer my fathers memorial to me?
Added by barbara on Mar 07, 2015 5:25 AM
|Gary Seymour||Sarah White Memorial|
Thanks for creating and transferring the memorial for Sarah White (my ggg-grandma). I have lots of info on her that I will add.
|Clint||RE: Daniel Pierce obituary|
Thanks! I will contact the town clerk and see what I can find. The obituary you sent was pulled directly from Daniel Pierce's Sycamore, IL, obituary, but thank you for introducing me to the Republican Watchman from Monticello, NY. I've been searching through it all day. I found articles about Daniel Pierce's 1898 donation to Grahamsville to build a library in his name, and his subsequent trip east to visit his old haunts in 1900. Cool stuff.
Added by Clint on Feb 10, 2015 3:02 PM
|Clint||John P. Pierce|
Hi, I am researching another son of Joseph Pierce and Elizabeth Cargill, Daniel J. Pierce. I have never been able to find information on his siblings other than their names (Catherine, Nelly, Polly, William, and John). The John P. Pierce you have created a page for appears to be his brother. How exciting! Do you have documentation showing the connection of John P. to his parents. I also have not been able to trace the Pierce line beyond Joseph, though I have found a few ancestors of Elizabeth. Thanks!
Added by Clint on Feb 08, 2015 9:10 PM
|Bonnie Stanfield||RE: Elizabeth Drake|
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly! Are there still volunteers available that can go out when the weather is better?
Thanks Peter, Bonnie.
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