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My primary focus in genealogy research is the Barneycastle/Barnacastle/Barnacassel (etc.) family. But in my 15 years of research, I've found so much about the other families who married into this one that I've gathered much information about them all. I used to live in NC which is where I took most of my cemetery photos.|
My mother's side of the family is Heath, Bartlett, Howe, Brown, and goes back to colonial Massachusetts.
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|Pam||105002723 Rae Kraemer|
Please, submit a photo request to go with the edit request you put in. We've got a great bunch of photo volunteers and they'll get it updated right away. Thanks for your patience with the edits. I'm running behind.
Added by Pam on Oct 01, 2014 1:13 PM
|Irv and Marietta||Frederick Scheyer|
These pictures were taken in the Kingsbury Cemetery. Thank you, Marietta Miller
|HammBoys||RE: Correction for Maude Wright|
Ah so, thank you for this info. I agree with you as far as hoping to get a way to reference both, that is sometimes very helpful when a person has been married more than once as well.
Added by HammBoys on Jul 15, 2014 5:46 AM
|Nathan Henry||RE: Thanks so much!|
Hey Maureen, if I can help let me know. I'm the grandson of John Henry Cooper, Sarah and Franklin's son. He later changed his name to John Cooper Henry, due to issues with the law. My father was named after him, John H. Henry, and thus my name Nathan Cooper Henry.
|Nathan Henry||Thanks so much!|
I just learned a bunch about my paternal grandfather's family that was just never passed along. I'm the great grandson of Sarah Barneycastle Cooper and live in Eastern NC.
Or u sure I linked the wrong folks ???
Added by J.R.L. on Feb 11, 2014 1:48 PM
Added information to his memorial. Fold3 has 55 pages of pension info on him and Martha.
Added by Janet on Feb 02, 2014 1:43 PM
|Charie Long-Buckley||RE: Benjamin Lawrence Myers|
Hi, Maureen! Wow I've found a couple of new relatives in the past couple of days, how fun! We heard all about the long-ago research years back, but the cousin who had a copy (my dad's first cousin) refused to share any info with the rest of us. Any possibility you would be willing to do so? I was born and raised in Philly but sadly had no information and no funds to conduct a duplicate search. Now that my branch of the family is petering out I would so love to really know where I came from. Any information you can provide is deeply appreciated. Take care! Charlotte
|Genealogy Nut||RE: Florence L Barnacassle Brown|
Thank you very much! I had some of this info but part, especially concerning Ernest I didn't know. An interesting note, Ernest was adopted by William R and Mary Brown. I think he was adopted in 1897. He was born in Marysville, KS.
Now the hard part is finding out William Richard and Mary Emma Baird's parents! This is one big dead end for me! Thank you for remembering me! Also, the info that William was a blacksmith is really cool because my Dad was a farrier...even though Dad isn't any relation to this man (Mom's family). Thanks again, Amber (Genealogy Nut)
|Charie Long-Buckley||Benjamin Lawrence Myers|
Hi, Maureen! I found the memorial for my 5th great-grandfather, Benjamin Lawrence Myers (b. 1750)(memorial #119031368) which you created last fall. Are you by any chance a relation of his? I'm wondering if you could point me to the source of your information for the bio you included (which was wonderful to read, thank you!). I don't know if you're open to transferring the memorial if you're not related, but I would appreciate it if you would. If not, it was great to find so much information on him. Take care! Charlotte
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