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|GRAF/APPENZELLER/Hofacker and KRATZMEIER/Mains; LUCAS/CHILDERS,NELSON/ILES; MARSCHKE/VANSICKLE/KING, SPAWN/CRAMER. Ancestry since 2004. Helping others who don't use computers for future reference. It's something I have enjoyed. Some people doubt ancestry's reliability, but they don't know nor are they searching/browsing. Family Tree Maker has been my first encounter to genealogy searches. I have reached a dead-end with my grandfather's tree Joseph GRAF or Jacob Joseph GRAF married to Crezantia in the 1880 US Fed Census.|
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|Ton van Heusden||New Foundland and Labrador.|
In the text for Jacob Mol and his wife Jacomina Boogaard the abbreviation NL is translated into New Foundland and Labrador. A typical error in the Legacy database, which was copied without any actual additional research.
NL is the standard European abbreviation for the Netherlands.
Please remove New Foundland and Labrador from the text.
Ton van Heusden
|Roots in Texas||James Felding|
Memorial #66411376. You have the name as James Fielding. This is incorrect. This person is Fielding James who married Sally Custer in Barren county, KY in 1813. Fielding James died around 1816 and Sally remarried and moved to Indiana with her parents and siblings. Fielding James's father, James James, named Fielding James and Sally Custer's children in his 1826 will. The Jameses of Barren county are my family. If you are related to Fielding James and Sally Custer, I can give you more information about Samuel James, the son of Fielding James and Sally custer.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: GRAF|
Just that she was wife of Quirinus Graf, a merchant tailor who resided on Clay Street in Dayton, Kentucky.
|John Dawson||Charles E. Potter|
Charles E. Potter and his wife Laura Belle Kees were married 29 October 1889, Campbell County, KY. Based on 1900 & 1910 census records, they were the parents of 4 daughters, Bertha, Alice Georgia, Catherine and Gladys Mae. I have no information on Edward Potter.
Sorry I can't help you.
|Jan Barrett||RE: 59232383|
Good Morning, I included a summary of Henry Spawn's Will, in the bio section, hopefully this will clear up some of the confusion of Henry & Catharine's children. Henry's will states he was from Rensselaerville, it was proved/probated 16 Nov 1843 which follows since the headstone shows he died in June of 1843.
Elijah & Elizabeth SHAW were the parents of Bethiah Shaw, wife of Adam Spawn (son of Henry & Catharine).
Adam & Bethiah are buried in Prospect Hill Cemetery.
Hope this helps
|Jan Barrett||Spawn & Shaw|
Hi, I found Henry & Catharine Spawn also Elijah & Elizabeth Shaw headstones in the Trinity Church Cemetery in Rensselaerville. I've made the entries, but couldn't link some of the children - I'm guessing because you manage those entries. Is there any way to correct the information? Let me know. Thanks, Jan
Elijah Shaw 138789436
Elizabeth Shaw 138789463
Henry Spawn 138788695
Catherine Spawn 138788743
|sue & rich||RE: Zampaglione ? which one|
the info correction request was from my wife sue who has since passed. and I do not know which one.
|JARROTT P. COX||RE: Jarrott P Cox - Spawn Family|
I'm sorry but I have no idea what you are referring to . I don't remember any past history between us . If we need to talk privately there is a memorial in my bio ,for that purpose .
|VJS||Billie Maurine Wells Payden|
I made a memorial for Billie and her husband. Please submit a photo request and I or another volunteer will take a picture of their headstones. Thanks.
Added by VJS on Oct 23, 2014 3:58 PM
Do you know that findagrave has an new edit feature? You can send edits and have them added from the home page...you might check to see if you have any numbers by the edit button. I had sent you one awhile back.
FYI and have a great holiday,
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