|Jessica Frost (#46635450)|
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I'm a stay-at-home mom with a penchant for genealogy and not a lot of time to pursue it!|
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|Ben Bower||South Henderson, Mollie Bilsland|
Mollie Bilsland is listed twice. The other lisgting has the clearer picture of the DOB 1884.
|Amy Kay McDill Maeda||David McDill # 54327329|
David (my 1C4XR) and his wife Elizabeth (54327350) were the parents of four children.
Mary Leslie (Thompson) # 64608508
Elizabeth (Whiteman) # 63285885
Thomas Y (you have listed)
Margaret J (Clark) # 63304141
Thank you for your interest
Amy McDill Maeda
|Peggy Taylor Carey||HENDERSON/ESSEX/CONNECTIONS|
My ancestor research in Henderson Co, IL re: a marriage of Neville/Narvilla Henderson to Frances Essex. Neville was found in 1870 w/mother Jane Henderson in Town of Biggsville. I haven't been able to find him since. In 1880 Jane is living alone.
1900 I find Frances HENDERSON living w/her father, Soloman B ESSEX, Divorced w/two children!
Can you tell me anything about this brother to Margaret & Nancy A Henderson???
I have much to share for Essex & interested to find the two children of Neville's! Are the given names I have spelled correctly?
Would appreciate hearing from you one way or the other!
|Donald Gardner||Joy/Sweetser Lineage|
Jessica, it seems we have some common family ties. Solomon and Elizabeth Jane (Sweetser) Joy are my 3GGrandparents. I would like for us to share information. I live in Oklahoma City, OK and my e-mail address is email@example.com.
|Dena Gray-Fisher||Charlotte Quinn|
Ref. Record 40896054
Added burial information: Section: Elm, Plot: 339
|Tom Best||RE: John Mitchell|
I don't know of a connection yet. I am still in the process of researching this historical development. It may be that he is not the "John Mitchell" of Monmouth who was involved in the anti-slavery movement. There were about three other "John Mitchell's" from Warren and Knox County in the 1840s to 1860s. Since he was a young man in this era, it is more likely that he was not the one. However, you never close any door on historical research until you are proved wrong. Thanks. Tom Best
Added by Tom Best on Jun 01, 2013 2:39 PM
|Tom Best||John Mitchell|
Are you aware of any activities of John Mitchell or his father, Dr. William, in the anti-slavery movement or underground railroad. I have found a reference to a "John Mitchell" involved in such activities in Galesburg, IL (near Monmouth)prior to the Civil War. I am trying to find out if this is the "John Mitchell." Did you know that this John Mitchell was a student at Monmouth College?
Added by Tom Best on Jun 01, 2013 11:25 AM
|Louis Roth||Rebecca Bowell LUSE|
found her husband out her in Colma as well as her son:
Find A Grave Memorial# 98522590
|family member||robert c beck|
thank you for posting the photo of robert c beck and his wife margaret jane rainey beck they are my grt grt aunt and uncle both from donegore county antrim w.boyle
|Jetta McQuiston||South Henderson Cemetery|
Thank you for the transfer of the McQuistons in South Henderson Cemetery. Your quick response and the memorials with photos are appreciated!
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