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Penny (#47503665)
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Jones
Mackey
Would you like for me to transfer the London Tract Mackeys to you? If so, just request on edit tab.
Added by Jones on Jul 23, 2015 3:02 PM
jim
Everett Kane Anderson
His parents, James L. Anderson and Emaline J. Preston were married in St. George's Church Philly

His uncle Robert Goforth Anderson and aunt were married 19 OCT 1850 in Philadelphia, PA R.N. Thomas, Pastor I'm planning on going in to St. George's sometime soon (July 2015) to find out what I can.
Added by jim on Jul 09, 2015 11:00 AM
jim
RE: Everett Kane Anderson
Penny

Did I ever get back to you on this? Everything on F.A.G is what I have on the Prestons and the Andersons. I descend from James L. Anderson's brother Robert Goforth.

Jim

RE: Everett Kane Anderson
I'm investigating the Anderson link for a cousin and the Preston link for myself. Do you have anything to add to either.
Penny
Added by jim on Jul 02, 2015 5:29 AM
Jean
Bristow ancestors
Hi Penny,

I am also descended through John W. BRISTOW and Susannah HUKILL -- through their youngest daughter Christianna BRISTOW and her husband Alexander KIRK.

Most of my family lived in Chesapeake City. Eventually many family members settled in Philadelphia.

Please contact me directly at topperbud1@yahoo.com

Thanks.

Jean
Added by Jean on Jun 22, 2015 5:31 PM
Jean
RE: BRISTOW
My BRISTOW ancestors were in Cecil County. Have you done research of the early BRISTOW line in Cecil, Maryland, and Delaware?
Thanks.
Added by Jean on Jun 21, 2015 8:56 PM
RoadRunner
RE: Caroline Clouser
Death certificates of her children, Jacob Clouser and Elizabeth Clouser Searl, list her maiden name as Caroline Louisa Frymoyer.

Elizabeth Frymoyer is buried in Friedens' Cemetery, which at the time of burial, was known as Clouser's Cemetery.

In the 1850 Census, Caroline is living with her parents, Daniel and Elizabeth (Werner) Frymoyer in Bern Twp, Berks County. The family then moved into Schuylkill County, where Elizabeth Werner Frymoyer is buried.

The death certificates of Caroline's siblings, Ellen and Levi, confirm the names of their parents as Daniel Frymoyer and Elizabeth Werner.
Added by RoadRunner on Jun 05, 2015 9:08 AM
Ed Townsend
Lois Ann Waddington
# 144939419
Sorry for the delay on your correction. I have linked to father, but don't have info on mother. You said mother was Emily Wolf, I had her name as Emily White, but I can't verify now were I came up with White. Any help would be appreciated.

Ed
Added by Ed Townsend on May 18, 2015 3:08 AM
Donna S
Catharine Ocheltree Capelle
Thanks, Penny, for linking Catharine to her parents. Her father died before she was born, makes it look suspect, but it is correct..:) Thanks for all the contributions you make!

Cheers,
Donna
Added by Donna S on Apr 25, 2015 11:19 AM
Pat Bartoshesky
RE: middle initials
Thanks, that makes sense and I know of some of my relatives where that is the case. How do you get the designation "calculated relationship" to appear? Thanks again.
Added by Pat Bartoshesky on Apr 18, 2015 7:11 PM
Pat Bartoshesky
middle initials
Penny, I'm still a Find a Grave novice, so I wanted to ask you why you leave out middle initials (maybe not always?). When I'm checking to see if a picture that I've taken already has a memorial, I can't find the person unless I leave out the initial that is definitely on the tombstone (example Mary R, Marston, section JNRV Silverbrook Cemetery). I am asking just to learn - thanks so much.

Pat
Added by Pat Bartoshesky on Apr 18, 2015 10:37 AM
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