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FAMILIES ARE FOREVER|
Researching Anderson, Barckley, Brewer/Brower, Cheesman, Coggshell, Dennis, Eye, Fulton, Gault, Goodwin, Hoagland, Huffman/Hoffman, Hull, McDonald, Mowry, Raner, Pees, Propst, Rexroad, Russell, Shearman, Summers, and more.
Descendant Documents I'm happy to share freely, documentation is included.
HENRY HUFFMAN [1757-1835]
MOSES HOAGLAND [1774-1850]
JAMES GAULT ( - 1798)
Descendant Documents or gedcom's in progress:
STODDARD MOORE ANDERSON [1765/8- 1857]
PETER TOMAS HOHL (Hull) [1716-1776]
NICHOLAS PEES [1713-1818]
ANDREW RUSSELL, SR.[1732-1814]
JOHANN GEORGE [JORG] SOMMERS/SUMMERS [1713-1787]
Next to all the wonderful volunteers who will take tombstone photos, I especially like the new link functions and the lengths Findagrave has gone to respect both family and volunteers efforts to create significant memorials while still giving full credit to the original creators both in name and in numbers. Thanks Findagrave!
I would be remiss if I didn't also express my gratitude to ROAGK volunteers who have found burial places and have taken tombstone photos as well, incuring costs for which they get little or no credit.
My hat's also off to findagravers building memorials and virtual cemetery combinations providing a vehicle to greatly enrich other researchers. Their time, energy and expense are also very impressive.
Most but not all of the listings are my ancestral lines. If my family but your connection is closer I will be happy to transfer to you with a very few exceptions in which years of study and collecting documentation and conferring with other long time researchers and genealogists have proven that online family trees are rife with error concerning the individual. Peter Thomas Hull is one of those people.
Corrections or additional info is very welcome
PLEASE use the EDIT/SUGGESTION functions to request links so I don't have to try to read my own awful handwriting and take twenty minutes to do a one minute task. Please include the name of the person with the number. Typos happen.
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|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Hugh Barckley|
My source for his service and rank is:
Sons of the American Revolution
George Washington Chapter
REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER GRAVES
Burials in Washington County
Thanks for adding, Neil
|Neil D Scheidt||RE: Hugh Barckley ID 8538130 Edit request|
Pvt. is the title for Private, a rank of the military, such as sergeant, captain, etc. You seldom see such titles on tombstones. No more than you might see Doctor, Mr., Mrs., even Rev. is often omitted. Nevertheless, I like to show titles as a sign of respect for those persons who gave of themselves something unique in their life. It also makes it easier to find particular persons when scanning a cemetery listing.
It's your memorial, your call, I only suggested.
|Carol Pasley||RE: Mary Eve Summers Houf|
Sorry! I have removed the obit for Mary Eve Summers Houf. I posted it when I was scanning through the Fulton Telegraph papers and would have to go back to find it.
|Joe Smith||RE: Pauline Humphreys|
Happy New Year.
|Joe Smith||Memorial 115279675 Pauline Humphreys|
Thanks for your message.
I will delete 115279675.
Pauline is my wife's Aunt. The cemetery is the family cemetery and will be our final earthly resting place too.
We would gladly accept your offer in your email to transfer memorial number 114081896 that you created.
|Richard S. Clark||Thanks, and Happy New Year!|
Thanks for passing my message along to Judith. I'm having some computer issues, too. I built a new computer last March (10 processor cores, solid state hard drive, and lots of memory - very fast). As soon as I got it up and running reliably, my old one started to act up. I still need to get a lot of stuff transferred off of it, but haven't had the time - too many 60+ hour work weeks again this year (but may be unemployed soon - first time since before 2000; I've taken exactly 1 vacation time since then, back in 2006).
Looking around the Internet this morning, and seeing lots of posted errors. Such as a Thomas Lee, born 1803, linked to parents born 1796 and 1798. Also, someone posted a family tree file which included Elizabeth Rankin, citing her marker on Find A Grave with James Lee, but then showing her married to a William Richey instead, with Richey children. It seems computers make it so easy to make mistakes, and then often times are blindly copied by others.
Happy New Year!
|searcher||Jane Hamilton Bebout # 20155171|
Thank you for the transfer of Jane Hamilton Bebout, and thanks for creating this memorial.
Added by searcher on Dec 28, 2014 5:06 PM
|Soheyr Azar||Adam Rusmisel|
Thank you for the transfer of Adam Rusmisel's memorial. This is my grandmother's g-uncle.
|Richard S. Clark||James Lee - veteran?|
I see you left a note on Judith Abernathy's page - any response? I don't believe I got one from a year ago, either. I was going to pass on news that someone posted a memorial for James Lee, #60195668; it included a photo, clearly showing a Revolutionary War flag holder. As he was a shipwreck survivor of "The Faithful Steward" in 1785, 2 years after the war, it doesn't seem likely he could have been a vet. I did find that a James Lee of PA applied for a pension, but without proof of service, it was denied.
Thank You for the updates
Added by Coleman on Dec 10, 2014 12:25 PM
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