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Secretary and Genealogist, Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Vermont;
Fellow, Samuel Victor Constant Society;
Past President, present Secretary, Vermont Society of Sons of the American Revolution http://www.vtssar.org;
Vice-President General, New England District, National Society of Sons of the American Revolution
Secretary and Registrar, Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New Hampshire;
Member, Council of Military Historians.
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|A AAA American at Find A Grave||TNX|
Thank you for all your doing, have done, and shall do. It is quite well. History is not only what was but is. Some want to write it differently than the factual and actual. Not you. Many kudos.
Please add me as your friend. on Find A Grave here now too.
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
PS: Our Strattons, Potters, De Mallies, and even my Aunt Hetty Green would be so proud of what your doing to help all.
|M. Richards||Martin Hadly PIERCE|
Please check both memorials, I think I've finally got them linked correctly. I linked them through my Martin's bio. Thanks again for your assistance. Mary
|M. Richards||RE: Martin H. Pierce|
A thousand apologies, I went back to copies of original Bible pages, it was September 29, 1806, I made a typo and have never checked on it until now. What a blunder! Also if I would have rechecked the marriage application, I would have seen Martin was 19, almost 20 and Julia 20 when they applied for marriage certificate. I DO make mistakes and am glad when they are pointed out to me. Thanks for all your assistance and forcing me to go to original family records to recheck. I'm awaiting paperwork before switching cemeteries. I have photos from Evergreen Cemetery and had not heard Martin was buried elsewhere until this past year.
|M. Richards||RE: Martin H. Pierce|
My family records state Martin was born on September 29, 1807. If you do the math from death date Jan 1876 minus 69, it comes out to 1807, so I see no conflict with his birth date being September 29, 1807. He would have been 70 years old when he died, if he was born in 1806 and died in 1876. I'm sticking with my family records on his age. Martin was more than a year younger than his wife, when they married on September 29, 1826. The family story goes that he married on his birthday so as not to forget his anniversary. He applied for the marriage license on September 19, 1826 and many not in his direct lineage list that as his marriage date, but that is incorrect. I hope this clarifies my view a little. I trust this does not come across in a bad way, I surely do not mean it as such. I only want the truth, as you do. Thank your for understanding. God Bless you and yours. Mary
Thank you so much for the extensive work you've done on this family! It is much appreciated.
Added by NancyM on Aug 31, 2013 7:26 AM
|Janet Seymour||Walter H. Seymour|
Walter H. Seymour was my paternal grandfather, and the son of Horatio P. Seymour. Walter Seymour is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery in St. Albans, with my father Richard Lyman Seymour. Richard's brother, my uncle, Philip S. Seymour is buried in the Horatio Seymour plot in Greenwood Cemetery. Also, not on the find a grave site, is the plot of Horatio's brother, Henry Edmund Seymour and his family in Greenwood Cemetery in St. Albans, VT.
|pipp43||William Halleck Brown|
William Halleck Brown and Polly Brown of Bureau Co, IL
Hello --we looked at this family together with the will of Levi Brown and all the nieces and nephews listed. Hope you remember me. Anyways, I was looking at your Wm H. Brown information and wondered where you got the information that he and Polly had two children, Mahala Brown Page (mine) and brother, Marvin. Marvin is new to me. Thanks, Rita
Added by pipp43 on May 01, 2013 6:44 PM
Isaac & Mary Jakway were my great great grandparents. Small world. Thanks for posting these.
|Laurie LaPage||Arthur Smith in Mitchell Cemetery|
Hi, I had already uploaded photos for Arthur and his family when I got notice of your request. So you're all set...I also took lots of Smiths in this old cemetery. I claimed Alfred Smith and thought I had a photo but it turned out to be Arthur's...it was very cold out yesterday and my camera kept shutting down after every snapshot. If I get back out that way, I'll look again for Alfred or else I'll have to "unclaim" it. Look at the other Mitchell's and Crippens and Rasey's of this cemetery...they all seem to be intertwined! Take care, Laurie PS Maybe you know the relationship of Arthur to the Ella Dwight, Emma Moore, and Walter Bennett on his stone? Also, a Sarah Moore on the back? I figured the females were his daughters?
Hello Chazman, I am searching for my Stivers family.
You posted a memorial for Deborah Stivers/ Vredenburgh buried in the Brick Church Cemetery in Whitehall NY.
My 2xg grandfather Isaac Stevers (changed from Stiver) lived and raised his kids in Whitehall. He is buried in the Bethany Cemetery in Truthville NY.
I have been searching for his father who I am assuming is Benjamin Stiver listed on the 1800-1820 Whitehall census's. Deborah's Husband Robert Vrendenburgh (whom you wrote some history about)is listed on the same census's. Going by Deborah's birth date I am hoping she is Isaac's aunt and you might know who her father is?? Thanks for any help. Laura Stevers. # 47732890
Deborah S. V. # 21578373
Robert V. # 21578048
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