|KEN DOTY BROWN (#47401862)|
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Currently working on several trees. Born in Tampa, Florida, raised in Bayside, Queens County, New York City, New York, currently living in Northern New Jersey. Retired in 2008. Life long profession is retail bank management. On my mother's side there are Irish and German immigrants (mid 1800s) who lived and raised families in the New York City area. My grandmother on my father's side is the link that makes me a direct descendant of Edward Doty who came over on the Mayflower in 1620. There are generations of colonizers and pioneers on this side. My family on my father's father side were basically pioneers who went from New England to Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Iowa and finally into some western states such as Nebraska, Oregon, California and Kansas. I am trying to organize everything for future generations and to honor my ancestors who have been forgotten and struggled greatly to just to survive.|
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Please forgive me.... I saw the edits on my account. I will get right on it now :)
Added by L Evans on Jul 09, 2014 10:43 AM
I usually do edits same day or with 24 hours...
I was away for the month of April ( new grandbaby) :)
Could you refresh the edit requests, or head me in the right direction, as I "star" all my Find A Grave correspndace and I have nothing as of now.
Thanks for Your Assistance,
Added by L Evans on Jul 09, 2014 10:40 AM
|Diane Whitney||RE: James Whitney died 1851|
I sent you an email. What I am trying to figure out on ancestry right now is if Polly was Mary's middle name as some women tended to do use that and sometimes we see a different name on a headstone. It really confuses things. I am still trying to find something that may conclude that the headstone I have shown, is correct, but not sure yet. The dates match up. I sent you an email with lots of information on James and Mary.
|John K Wright||Geo C F Wright died 1884|
I don't think he is a civil war vet, but the document you have provided lists wife Annie which agrees with other vital records. I am unable at this time to find the source of the "worked as a jeweler NYC 1858-1884. I will look further to see what I can find. Feel free to contact me directly.
|Janece Carter Streig||RE: Hello|
Sorry, Ken for not responding to your requests. I had no idea that they were even out there. In the past, I have received emails which let me know that information. I believe I have accepted all your requests.
Interesting, they are all showing up 06/28, so I have no idea when you actually submitted the requested edit.
|Kate Goyette||RE: Hello|
Sorry! It didn't send me a notification that I had edits pending. I am on vacation this week, but will look at them next week.
|Diana||Re: Kathleen Cone|
Hi Ken, I was wondering, do you know anything about her family, what they looked like? I had someone contact me about having a photo of Kathleen Cone(Daughter of Roscoe and Frances (Haney) Cone) and was wondering if I could ID it as to if it is really her. I haven't a clue what they looked like. I know they lived in South Dakota, but she hasn't told me a location yet. She says this girl is 14, holding a diploma and it looks to be around 1920's or so. Kathleen would have been 14 in 1918. Any thoughts?
Added by Diana on Jun 25, 2014 12:31 PM
|Tom Pruett||RE: HARRIET HAYES TROWBRIDGE|
Hi Ken. The monument is probably 20 - 25 feet tall. It stands in the middle of one of the Trowbridge plots in the Grove Street cemetery. I have another couple of photos that are zoomed out a little and show some perspective among the other grave markers. Let me know if you'd like copies. You're welcome to use any photo that I post to Find A Grave. My intent is to share the photos, both graves and personal shots, for widest distribution among those who wish to remember the individual. Thanks for your note and inputs.
|Susann||Re: Caleb Dibble|
Ken, just letting you know that the Glenwood Cemetery office records do not show the cause of death for the Dibbles. The only info they show is the burial date.
Added by Susann on Jun 18, 2014 3:52 PM
|D.E. Losey||Frances King|
Thank you for taking the time to go to the cemetery and answer my photo request.
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