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|Ralph Doak||RE: Doaks|
Thank you, Priscilla
That's David's little lot done 'n dusted ... which I think means *all* of Immigrant Sam's line unto at least the 3rd generation - except, of course, Mary Doak, dau of Sam&Jane
|Beckie Williams||Lillie Dale (Ault) Ryan|
I am not related to the Aults or the Ryans. I agree with you on her birth year being 1855. That is why I put it as her birth year on her memorial page instead of the date on her grave marker.
I connected her to her mother. Wish we could find her father and link her to him as well.
Thanks for the info,
|Walking Dead||Thomas C Schooling|
Correction made, thank you !
|Kent Gebhard||RE: Alice Alt Pickler|
If you go to: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sdfaulk/findex.htm you will find the Faulk County rootsweb page and that site has links to the 1909 county history. Alice has a bio on pgs. 276-281 and there is much on her in chapter 29, "The Woman Suffrage Question". Susan B. Anthony and Matilda Joslyn Gage stayed in the Pickler house while promoting equal suffrage. (Perhaps you would like to add that 1909 bio to her Findagrave memorial.)I did add her photo from that book to her memorial.
Maj. Pickler introduced many so bills for woman suffrage to the legislature that he was called "Petticoats Pickler".
Of course, there is a bio of him in the book- and a wonderful photo of their "colonial type" home.
Your cousin was very much a person that would have been interesting to know.
I knew Matilda Joslyn Gage's granddaughter, Matilda Jewell Gage. She was a patron of the Dacotah Prairie Museum in Aberdeen where I worked 1976-1980. I heard many suffrage stories about her and Susan B. They along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton were considered "The Triumvirate" of NY woman suffrage. SBA and MJG worked alongside Alice many times for their cause. You have much to be proud of in her being a member of your family!
|Kent Gebhard||Alice M. A. Pickler|
I see you are her cousin; I grew up in Faulk County and was a charter member and officer of the county historical society in high school. I was long gone before the restoration started on the Pickler Mansion but was toured through it several times by the sheriff who watched over it while it sat in limbo for so many years. Once I noticed the 3 volume set of the History of Women's Suffrage by Gage, Stanton and Anthony in the library. I picked up volume 1 and SBA had penned in "To Alice and Pick" and I can't recall exactly the rest but "fondly" or "your friend, SBA". Just though I'd share the story. Have you visited their home? I toured it again last 4th of July.
|Douglas Bell||RE: Henry and Jane Smith Photo|
Thank you very much for your reply and for putting up the photo. Is it possible to get a high-resolution copy of the photo? My email address is email@example.com
Thank you again
|Douglas Bell||Henry and Jane Steward Smith|
They are my great-great-great grandparents. Where did you find such a great picture?
|jograndma||FIELDS, James and Francis|
Two things, Thanks for the death info on James. And the Miller name is on Francis' death cert 26409. Maybe ?? a previous married name ?
Hope this helps. Please let me know if I can be of further help.
Jo Ann Hunter Gippner
|Roy Delong||Orval Parish & Marjorie Ellen (Pool) DeLong|
Priscilla, Thank you for the marriage info you sent to me. I love adding items to their bios.
|Jo Ann Kaufman||RE: Jennie Hall Mercer|
To request a transfer, go to Jennie's memorial and click the "edit" button in the upper right corner; then "suggest a correction or provide additional information."
In the message box, be sure to put your name and findagrave member number (I've learned to click on my own name in the left column, then just paste name and number in.) They'll send me an email and everything will be in one place... very slick and easy!
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