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Chesnut/Behunin Descendant (#47104688)
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Bio Photo .I use Familysearch all of the time. Not every detail is accurate but it gives you a jumping off point. I have just been playing around in the Familysearch Family Tree and I have notice that "Stories and Documents" section have familysearch members "Copy/Pasting" from Find A Grave Memorials. A few of them MINE. I like to think I am a story teller though my guys think I am just long winded.
. A LOT of time and energy goes into research and writing the stories on My Memorials. My Family and people who have gotten a hold of me and led me on the trail of their lives so I could tell their story, but they are no relation to me or mine or indirect connection. IF YOU are going to "Copy/Paste" these stories, NOT just mine but Every contributor on this SITE, who puts in the energy and sometimes expense of creating these Memorial pages PLEASE give the Find A Grave MEMORIAL #'s at the very least:::OR SOURCE IT in the Source section.
Please Use the information, that is why I put it out there on Find A Grave, most of it is fully verified, but use at your risk. IF you "Copy/Paste" please give my Memorial # credit so I can smile to my guys, 'some people appreciate my long winded." It is not like we get paid for this research. Please Do not steal our efforts and have it look like yours on Familysearch or Ancestry.

. If you serve your country, in the Military, Police Force, Fire Departments or in the Schools. For what it is worth, you have my gratitude.
. When I fulfill a request, I will get every family member, surounding my original request. If I can catch connecting names, either in the field or in the records, I get those as well. IN family plots I always try to find those within the plot that do not have stones{maybe there was a stone but the GOPHERS got there before me} and forward that info.
THe pic on my bio was a great man who believed in being kind. If someone does something for you you repay them. I have spent my life trying to honor him.
This site those people who have helped me the most: Nancy K, Chantell, Shirleen, Kara and others there is nothing I CAN Do to help them in the way they have helped me. So I try to pay it forward. By finding these burials and everyone in them and trying to track down and link the entire family.
I cannot THANK YOU people enough. So I hope doing for someone I can help, shows how grateful I AM TO YOUR HELP.

History is my Passion. Knowing how my Family Connects is the Cream on top.
As a child, I wanted to time travel backward. Now there are people I want to meet.

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Criss Rosenlof
RE: Hi again
I'm happy to share anything I can find. I will see if my mom has anything on this line tucked away at her home. I'll let you know if I find anything.

Added by Criss Rosenlof on Jul 02, 2015 3:36 PM
Terri Snyder Satchwell
RE: Lyttle & Freckleton Photos
Thank you so much for your research! The infant's mother is Jeane Freckleton O'Brien #106441157 and the father is Edward O'Brien #106441191. I did some research on Ancestry, some of the trees list both as male but have no documentation to back that up. I did find a birth of a female Dec. 26, 1890 in the Salt Lake County Birth Records and the death of an infant Nov. 12, 1894 in the Salt Lake City Cemetery Records but so far that is all I could come up with. If I find anything else, I will let you know. Thank you again for all your hard work!
Added by Terri Snyder Satchwell on Jul 02, 2015 3:30 PM
Criss Rosenlof
RE: Holt
Unfortunately, I don't have any papers on Grandpa Holt. I'm looking for things like that myself, so if you have copies of anything you could send me, I would be happy to pay for copying/shipping. If I ever do find something, I'd be happy to send you a copy as well.


3974 Lance St.
West Valley City, UT 84119
Added by Criss Rosenlof on Jul 02, 2015 12:40 PM
Terri Snyder Satchwell
Lyttle & Freckleton Photos
Many thanks for the photos of the Freckleton/Lyttle burial plots. I read your bio and admire your dedication, hard work and generosity in providing photos and also your willingness to go the extra mile to look for additional family members. We sincerely appreciate your efforts!
The Satchwell family
Added by Terri Snyder Satchwell on Jul 01, 2015 7:27 PM
S. Sicily
Thank you so much~! I am very grateful for the images~!

Added by S. Sicily on Jul 01, 2015 5:33 PM
Adam Cook Brown
Thank you very much for your time and effort in taking the photo of the grave marker for Adam Cook Brown. Really appreciate it. Jack Brown
Added by jack on Jul 01, 2015 3:16 PM
George Blake (1611-1698)
George Blake is listed as being born in Massachusetts in 1611. This is not possible since Plymouth Rock wasn't landed upon until 1620. The Blakes were from either Pitminster or Over Stowie, Somerset, England at that date. I was there two weeks ago.
Added by Larry on Jun 21, 2015 3:43 PM
Leigha Seese
Amey Sweet Sprague-- Question
I'm filling out my D.A.R application and the information you provide on Amey Sweet Sprague is extremely helpful, however I need to cite original documents/sources. Is there a way you would be willing to give me information on where you found this info? I'd do the legwork from there, just need a starting point. Thank you!
-Leigha Seese
Added by Leigha Seese on Jun 15, 2015 9:10 AM
James Adams
I just noticed I didn't put where I found the info on James Adams. It was found on as a millenium record.
Added by Noreen on Jun 04, 2015 9:27 AM
RE: Adams
Name: James Adams
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 1622
Birth Place: Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Marriage Date: 16 Jul 1646
Marriage Place: Scituate, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Father: John Adams
Mother: Eleanor Worden
Spouse: Frances Vassall
Children: Martha Adams
Spouse Father: William Vassell
Added by Noreen on May 30, 2015 10:59 AM
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