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|Brenda Daniel||Liston Family questions|
Can you please private email me at email@example.com. I have questions about the Liston family in southwest Nebraska.
Not at this point.
As part of the Hess research I'm doing, I'm also researching Fellows aka Feller aka Fellers. I'm particularly interested in Jacob Fellows d. 1836, Jacob Fellows d. 1840 and Barbara Haidley or Heidley Fellows d. 1844-1850. I suspect they are buried in either Carley Mills or Dutch Hill and their graves are no longer marked. I've walked both cemeteries several times over the years and haven't found them. Frederick Hess and Catherine Fellows Hess are buried in Dutch Hill with a few other Fellowses. The widow of Jacob Fellows (1840) is buried in Carley Mills as Mary Tinkham (possibly sister of Frederick Hess). For these reasons my hunches lean toward these 2 cemeteries.
If you ever find "paper" burial records that include any of these people, I would appreciate it if you'd let me know.
Added by Sharon on Sep 12, 2016 5:57 PM
Thought you'd like to know Roselia did die in Jerry, NY. But it is in Oswego county, a hamlet in the town of Hastings or Constantia. She was the second wife of John Hess, born in the town of Warren, Herkimer County, NY on Nov. 16, 1811. John died August 8, 1883 in Hastings. He is inscribed on one side of the same gravestone marking Roselia's grave - John Hess, D. Aug. 8, 1883, 73 years. John was the brother of my 3rd great grandfather.
Added by Sharon on Sep 11, 2016 2:18 PM
|Orvan L Mabie Jr||Mabel Bowers|
I was unable to find Charles Drake in Indiana to match him with Mabel as you requested. Do you have a memorial number for him.
|Orvan L Mabie Jr||Mabel Bowers|
|Sharon||Malisa Elvira Carly|
In going through my photos taken at Carley Mills cemetery, I thought I'd let you know I came to a different interpretation of Malisa's age at death. I believe it may have been 4 years, 4 months, 20 days. When I looked at the ones in her date of death (Feb. 11, 1838), they seemed to be distinctly different from the numeral in years with a "flair" at the top of the numerals that is not there in the years numeral. Do you see this difference, or is it just me?
I was able to transcribed the quote at the bottom of the stone: "Sleep on sweet child, and take thy rest, God called thee home He tho't it best.".
Added by Sharon on Aug 28, 2016 5:47 PM
|Melvin Drake||George Drake's wife?|
George Drake's wife was Mary Jane. A Mary Jean Drake is buried in the Springdale cemetery. Is that his wife? Thank you. Mel Drake firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jay Franklin Mould||RE: Have Son Listed as Husband|
The Carley's were a founding family in Mass. Slowly moving westerly to Wisconsin. They Were in Jefferson, Delaware County New York, moving North to Otsego County (The Township of Otsego) just west of Otsego Lake at the north End. Cooperstown is located at the south end of the Lake. They moved to North of Syracuse New York in Oswego County spending time in Mexico,New York, Hastings, New York, and Parish, New York. My Great Grandfather was born in Mexico, New York. My Grandmother was born in Elmhurst, Wisconsin and came back to New York state around 1911 ending in Westford, New York at 104 years of age. My tree is a public tree have a look. I have a noted cousin (19th Cousin 2 X removed) who just had her 90th yesterday, Any guesses?
Jay F. Mould
|Jay Franklin Mould||Have Son Listed as Husband|
Looking at your memorial # 47137196.
I have her in my tree as well however her husband also named Samuel according to the records I found was born in Cooperstown,Otsego County, New York in 1794, and I also found that he died as a result of the War of 1812 as is listed in your Find A Grave account.
Jay Franklin Mould
formerly of Otsego County, New York
|Shawn||Florence F. Hurley# 73296550|
Thanks for the correction.
Added by Shawn on Apr 06, 2016 6:40 PM
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