|Tom Rader (#47422815)|
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As far as I'm concerned anyone who wants to use what I've posted is welcome to it. You do not need to ask. Find a Grave has made it possible for me put many of my family members together and find a lot of correct birth and death dates.|
MY PHOTOS ARE NOT JUST MINE THEY ALSO BELONG TO YOU AS THEY ARE YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS.
Happy hunting and good luck with your searches.
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|Michael wolcott||RE: Amos Storer|
Check Family Search - have you ever used it? it is free and provides a great deal of information - a birth date was recorded for a male Storer - son of Amos
If the obituary states a certain age - I subtract that age from the date of death - I rely upon relatives to set me straight if I don't have the chance to go to Family Search
|Michael wolcott||RE: Amos Storer|
Often it has happened that a child was born - and died either at birth or soon after birth - then the parents would next the next child or another child with the same name
That is one possible explanation
The Federal Census records are not always accurate - and many people did not remember their birth dates so that could be another explanation
Usually except for the gravestones I find that genealogy is not written in stone - there are many discrepancies
Mike, Frank is 1 year old in the 1880 census father is listed as Amos Story in Monmouth county. Tom
Errr Thanks! so are you telling me I've made an error? Who then is the father of frank if it is not Amos whom I have listed as the father with Frank? Is there more than one "Amos Storer"?
I got the parental information from the Red Bank Register but at times they are incorrect - so
Please guide me
|Jay Wright||RE: Storer|
No problem, Tom. I sympathize. My wife and I live in a 3600 sq ft historic house with my 51-year collection of genealogy records and books. And, of course, no one wants to receive any of them because "no room." Mobile home living has its attractions! Happy Holidays. -- Jay
|Jay Wright||RE: DICK|
No problem, Tom. I'll watch for the 'new' SAC when you're ready to send. -- Jay
|Jay Wright||Thomas Dick #114038532|
Hi again, Tom. You sent me a SAC to add a link to a mother of Thomas Dick #114038532, and I approved it. But I should have looked more closely, because Thomas Dick lived 1763-1845, and the link you provided was to Sarah Adair Dick (1812-1886) #14526218. So I had to go back and unlink them. Obviously a woman born 1812 can't be the mother of a man born 1763. Had you intended to link him to a _different_ mother?
|Jay Wright||Amasa "Macy" Storer Dick (114088227)|
Thanks for the dates for Macy, Tom. I put in your dates and was able to cut unnecessary wordage from the bio section and add a shout-out of thanks to you. Would you by chance have _sources_ for the dates that I could cite on the memorial in case anyone wonders where we got those dates? Much appreciated! - Jay
|Cathy Dawn Hickman||Find A Grave Memorial# 104457634|
Would you please remove your gravestone picture from this memorial of Roy Hickman? I would like to add my own. Kindly Thank you Cathy Dawn Hickman
|Susanna Parrish Allen||RE: Bertie Taylor|
I know how the automatic edit tab works but when you are on your phone with nothing to write with....... You do the best you can! I am just glad when someone sends me an update!
|Kim White||Theodore Dunn|
Thanks, Tom for the transfer of my uncle Ted's memorial. I will tend it well. His sister (my mom) will be 100 years old in March. She is the only child still living from their group of nine children. I appreciate the transfer. --Kim
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