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Nancy Bickford Fisher (#47685303)
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Patti Leland
RE: Peletiah Barter
Nancy - are you referring to the Pelatiah Barter whose family is buried in Trenton? This could not be him. Pelatiah who married Elizabeth - father to Alonzo and more was in the Civil War and remarried after Elizabeth died
Added by Patti Leland on Feb 22, 2014 5:31 PM
Jim Cook
Nancy, I'm sorry to say, but I can't help you. We do not live in the area and have visited Motley Cemetery only once several years ago. Jim
Added by Jim Cook on Sep 07, 2013 12:35 AM
Margaret SNipps
If you want to revised the rose/message you left, you can. Just click right on the rose and it should give you the option to delete it, since you are the one that put it there to begin with.

Have a great day!!
Christine ~ GeneGraver
Keeper of Dennis Warden memorials
Added by GeneGraver on May 01, 2013 12:21 PM
George Washington Bickford
Nancy, according to the bio of George Washington Bickford (1842-1928), after his wife Eliza died, he secondly married Sophia Martin (in 1894).

What is your source for that 2nd marriage, please?

I came to George because of my HUFFORD research. George's daughter Lena Susan (or Susan Lena) married Gilbert Isaac Hufford.

There are some obvious questions one comes across with basic research on George. I see that you identify yourself as one of his great-grandchildren. I have been in contact with another his great-granddaughters, and she also has found the areas of question but has no answers.

I'd be interested in whatever you would like to share.

Added by AMB on Jan 16, 2013 7:01 AM
RE: Amelia Neuberger
U r welcome. The obit was in a scrapbook that belonged to my grandmother. There was usually some sort of family connection to the articles she kept. I don't know what the connection was here tho. My grandma's name was Eva Henle. Take care.. deb
Added by fargo on Oct 10, 2012 8:14 PM

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