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found his DC thanks!
|genieresearcher||James Wells edit|
Could you kindly provide the source of his death location you requested change from Monroe County Ohio to Belmont. Would appreciate source please? thanks!
|GAIL||RE: Levi Newton Scott|
Thank you. If you would like I will try to post on ancestry if you have access some of the pension documentation.
Added by GAIL on Mar 21, 2015 8:07 PM
|GAIL||Levi Newton Scott|
Thank you for your note. I am basing his birth information from numerous documents in his pension file. Was the gravestone date your only reference to the 1841 date? If there was other places you found that date would you please let me know. I have tried to find a death certificate to no avail.
Added by GAIL on Mar 21, 2015 12:21 PM
|Michelle Wood||Nancy Heath Rollins|
I got a correction request and do not understand what the problem is. I clicked on everything and nothing brought me to Rose Whitlock Parker born in 1623. Everything with Nancy Heath Rollins worked the way it should. If there is still an issue, please do not hesitate to contact me.
|Kathy Stovall||Jeremiah Wilson|
Hello, I am hoping that you may have information for me regarding Jeremiah's siblings. Did he serve in the Rev War? And, from where? I have my line as David Wilson, b. PA, served under Col. John Hinkson and traveled with him to settle Hinkson's fort in KY about 1780. I am hoping we have a link that they may be brothers. I am happy to share any information of mine with you.
Thanks for your time,
Kathy Clark Stovall
|Blanche Keating Collie||Mary Jane Myles Carter|
Have her full name in both her memorial and bio of spouse now. Thank you for pointing out the need to be consistent.
|historylover4ever||Matilda D Turman|
Find A Grave Memorial# 8982263
How much info do you have on her. Married to William Turman
I'm related to the Turman family. any info would help in my research
|NL Nuttall||RE: Julia Ann (Highsmith) Mills|
Hi cousin, I sent Find a Grave Support a message about getting the mix up between the two Jonathan Parkers corrected a month ago. But it may take some time for a response, anywhere from a few weeks to six months. So I'm forced to wait at least that long before trying again. I've had to send over 150 such corrections, so far, to memorials maintained by that submitter. You're by no means the only one to meet a stonewall. I'll save further details for an Email, except to add that much of his work was based on records I sent him a decade ago. I'm continually double checking and correcting my own records. So it makes me worry, whenever I see mistakes at Ancestry.com., that they might have originated from errors, since corrected and forgotten, in files sent to this or others individuals long ago.
I'm guessing that your grandmother was Dolly's daughter Melba?
The NL Nuttall stands for Nelson Lindsay Nuttall, which was also
my father's name. But I always go by Lindsay, the name originally intended for my father. He in turn was to be named for an older brother of my grandfather who died at 7. [Both my grandfather and this brother would have been Melba's 2nd cousins.] Except an aunt, who like my great-grandmother was also a first cousin of Dolly, made the mistake of hurting grandfather's feelings by saying, where he overheard, that the long dead brother was her favorite nephew. Oddly enough grandfather married a Lindsay, so it wasn't difficult to change it to a middle name. But the real story is about a thing as trivial as sibling rivalry indirectly having
an effect on later generations. It's always interesting to discover
these small, all too easily forgotten, events that influence latter
lives. [Like discovering the specific reason why a brother of an
ancestor moved his family to another state had less to do with
some wider social movement in search of new opportunity, than with anger over not getting his favorite tree in the division of a
I'll try to send an Email tomorrow or Thursday.
|NL Nuttall||Julia Ann (Highsmith) Mills|
Hi, thanks for your note about Julia Ann (Highsmith) Mills. I still
don't know if her mother, Mary Ann "Polly" (Carter) Highsmith is
buried in Kansas or Illinois. I was under the impression that her
father settled in Kansas with her mother first and then went back
to Illinois after her death to Illinois to marry his wife's sister, Julia
Ann (Carter) Parker. Aside from determining a possible location
for Julia Ann (Highsmith) Mills' mother's grave, the problem that's
still waiting to be cleared up concerns her aunt/step-mother's
1st husband, Jonathan Parker, (1833-1873), who was the brother
of my great-great-grandmother. His Find a Grave site shows the
dates and gravestone of his nephew Jonathan Parker, (1833-1862),
son of his brother Thomas Newman Parker. [And the nephew's
site has his uncle's dates and gravestone.] So I'm still struggling
to get this error corrected, although one would think the fact of
their being Parker stepchildren born between 1862 and 1873 in
the 1880 Elk Co., KS household of Richard and Julia Ann (Carter) Parker Highsmith would have long ago resulted in the error being
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