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Todd Whitesides (#47553735)
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Bio Photo My grandmother Luetta Crenshaw captured my imagination with stories of her Anglo-Catholic ancestry, and I've since discovered her mother Miami Deitchman's great-grandfather John Abraham Rhodes (1794-1861) was a descendant, albeit through an illegitimate son, of Charles, 3rd Lord Baltimore (1637-1715), Proprietor of Maryland, and of Dr. Stephen Goffe (1605-1681), royalist agent and chaplain for Charles I and Queen Henrietta Maria. Goffe plays a large part in the plot twist of Cornelia Mitchell Parsons's 'For Conscience Sake' which was published in a serialized format in 1914 and 1915 in Americana; American Historical Magazine, vols. 9 & 10. In this historical novella Parsons described Stephen Goffe's abandoned wife Penelope [who left Holland and returned to England, where she remarried Robert Whalley] as a granddaughter of the Elizabethan courtier Lady Penelope Devereux (1563-1607).
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Melinda Good
Edward & Katherine Barber

Have uploaded photos for the above, however, I think their names are BABER not Barber. BABER is a well known name in the area and the death dates tie in with the dates you supplied.

It is a very large moment with two effigies also details of other Baber family members. If you let me have your email address I can send you the additional photos if you are interested.

Still working on the John St. Lo(e) photo - tricky as inscriptions are in Latin and also there is another large effigy whose inscription I cannot locate who may be John, will keep trying

Added by Melinda Good on Oct 21, 2014 8:35 AM
Dorothy Cohen
RE: John Mylwater
Hi Todd thank you so much for this. Ill take a look. John is also mentioned in David Baldwin's book about Richard III, (the one with the added chapter on the recovery of Richard's body).

I am in touch with Larry Mildwater in Australia and the family who are decendants of John. He has sent me quite a lot of information so I will ask him if I can pass it on to you.

As I said Glenn Foard is now in the process of acquiring funding to carry out an archaelogical dig on the Battle of Barnet. It would be interesting to know how John died. I believe he was supporting Richard. I am also in touch with a descendant of Richard Neville.

How did John come to be buried at Greyfriars and was anyone else from that Battle buried there.

Added by Dorothy Cohen on Oct 19, 2014 1:42 AM
Dorothy Cohen
John Mylwater
Hi I am the London SE Representative of the Battlefield Trust and we are submitting a plan to the Heritage Lottery fund spearheaded by Glenn Foard to carry out an archaelogical dig in relation to the Battle of Barnet. In my research I have come across the relatives of John Mylwater who was Edward IV's exchequour and fought for him at Towton, Mortimer Cross and was killed at Barent. Your website has turned up a John Mylwater died in 1471 buried at Greyfriars and I would like to know more about his death and burial. If you have any information that might help it would be appreciated as I am in touch with his family members now living in Australia.

Added by Dorothy Cohen on Oct 18, 2014 9:38 AM
Kate Jacques
Glass Family - Frankfort Cemetery, Kentucky
Hello Tod, I have a tombstone photo and index listing for Robert W Glass, MD on the same stone as David Glass, however there are no dates. Do you know if he is buried here?
Added by Kate Jacques on Oct 17, 2014 8:00 PM
Peg O
Michael Brand Sr.
# 78896527

Are you related to Michael Brand (Sr.)? I was intrigued by the photo you had, I had never seen one of him, just for his son who also named Michael Brand. I am a descendent of Michael's brother Joseph, but I know at least one direct descendent of Michael who would also be interested.
Added by Peg O on Oct 17, 2014 8:59 AM
Fred Saar
RE: East Hampton births
Ok, thanks for the reply. I think I can find the declines and add them.
Added by Fred Saar on Oct 16, 2014 9:51 AM
Debbie J
RE: Deborah Moon # 21400530
We have the same my sixth great grandparents? Amazing! My line is Asa Moon, Asa Moon, Orange Baldwin Moon, Ellen Moon Outcalt, Ellen May Outcalt Rupp, Daniel Henry Rupp, my mom, me. Orange went to Iowa, my great grandmother married in Iowa and moved to Martinsville, ILL. Then Grandpa moved to Texas for his job. My mom married my dad there and he moved her back home to Bracken Co after I was born in Texas. I think 7th cousin twice removed if I figured it right. Neat...
Added by Debbie J on Oct 15, 2014 4:11 PM
Debbie J
RE: Deborah Moon # 21400530
So we are related??
Added by Debbie J on Oct 15, 2014 1:36 PM
Debbie J
Deborah Moon # 21400530
Hi Todd, curious in why you left a flower on my 5 great grandmother.
Added by Debbie J on Oct 14, 2014 6:46 PM
Children of Everett and Catherine Rogers
Everett (# 112582309) and Catherine (# 112582318) Rogers had two children: John Henry Rogers, born 1832, and Emily Gertrude Rogers, born 1847 (find a grave # 73226739). I have not been able to track down any death/burial information on John H. Rogers. His moves west seemed to follow the Railroad, including Utah, where his son Charles was born in 1864, St. Louis, where his daughter Maud was born in 1867 and finally San Francisco, where his daughter Ruby was born in 1876. The family lived in Vallejo (where the Railroad ended) in 1870, then many years in San Francisco, and maybe Oakland after that, around 1887-1890. John Henry Rogers probably died before 1900, as his wife Margaret Wilson Rogers was listed as the wife of Alonzo J. Carll in the 1900 Census in Berkeley, CA. She is interred at Chapel of the Chimes Columbarium and Mausoleum in Oakland, CA with her children. If J.H. Rogers died in San Francisco, the records were destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire, and if he was buried in San Francisco, he would have been one of the thousands reinterred at a Cemetery in Colma, CA, possibly Cypress Lawn. I'm still looking for him.

Added by Jim on Oct 13, 2014 10:06 PM
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