|Rose Christensen Perry (#47613788)|
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I am new to Find a Grave, and fairly new in researching my family's roots. I have had good success so far, only a few barriers. Barriers in which I see as challenges. Research has always been pretty easy for me, it has been one of the loves in my life. My main goal hear on Find a Grave, was for the search for family, yet I do believe I could help with contributing to this site when my searching is completed. |
Family Roots Earliest finds:
Bishop: 1612 Wymouth, England to death in Piscataway, NJ in 1671
*Christensen: from Denmark in 1882 to New York Co, New York
Lindley: from Lindenleah, Cheshire, England
in 1615 Moved to Ireland in 1678 (Irish Quakers) arrived in York County, PA in 1713
Landers: from England to Plymouth Rock, Mass. early 1635 (Descendant of Luke Landers & Rachael Parrish through their son Tyree Landers)
*Kaspar: from Bohemia, Czech. to New York
Kinson: 1794 - buried in Mt.Pleasant Cemetary, Tolar, TX
Maddox: from Llanfryhach Parrish, Wales England 1644, somewhere between 1644 - 1696 came to the colonies. Finding them settling in St. Mary's County, Maryland.
McMillian: (McMillan)(Scottish/Irish Roots?)Great Great Grandparents, also 3XGreat Grandmother. buried in Mt.Pleasant Cemetary, Tolar, TX
Moore: Great Great & Greater, buried in Mt.Pleasant Cemetary, Tolar, TX
Sellers: 1680 from Yorkshire, England
*Strnad: from Bohemia, Czech. to New York
In findings, it is amazing to find where they orginated and came to the U.S. and the places where they first settled.
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|Tom Christensen||Tom Christensen Reply to email|
I believe that I have replied to you before? All my relatives came over from Denmark and settled in New York City My Great Grandfather Marinus Christensen
Served in the US Navy and fought in the Spanish America War and retired after serving in the USN, He became a US Citizen after serving for 3 years in the USN. He then went to work in the Brooklyn NAvy Yard as a Metal Smith building ships. He died in 1952 on Long Island New York and is buried in the Long Island National Cemetery.
Birth: Dec. 26, 1867, Denmark
Death: Dec. 29, 1952, USA
Marinus immigrated to the U.S. from Denmark in 1889. He joined the USN, served on the USS Massachusetts (BB2) fought in the Spanish American War. He worked in the Brooklyn Navy Yard building ships until his retirement.
Alice Christensen (1873 - 1957)
Long Island National Cemetery
New York, USA
Plot: Q, 700
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Imported from: US Veteran's Affairs
Record added: Mar 03, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 2636543
|Dennis Tucker||Christensen - Oxford|
Sorry you don't have a private contact but I just wanted to mention a Christensen from my high school class is Mayor of Dover, DE.
I see my note that the photo I posted was actually in the background of whatever photo request I was targeting at the time. They were all restricted to around 256K size back then but a clear photo of a much higher resolution is permitted these days.
|Cecilia Donaldson Smith||RE: John Bankhead Parris|
Thank you Rose
|Cecilia Donaldson Smith||John Bankhead Parris|
I just noticed last night that you created a memorial for my gggrandfather, John Bankhead Parris. There is already a memorial for him with the way he spelled his name John Bankhead Paris-#13375709.
My mother was a Parrish and there were three spellings-Paris, Parris, and Parrish.
Maybe you could combine your information onto the other memorial and delete yours so it would not be so confusing.
Are we related?
|Tom Christensen||RE: Curious possibly related|
My Fathers side of the family are Christensen's from Denmark Marinus Christensen came to NY in the 1889. and went straight into the US Navy and was on the USS Massachusetts BB2 and fought in the Spanish American war. He and his wife Mary Dickey from Jutland Scotland liveed in Kings County Queens and then moved to long island NY.
On my Fathers Mothers side the madden name was Graubowsky Louis R Immigrated to New York, USA
1862 - Immigrated to the United States from, Hamburg , Germany he was 25 years old
as soon as he got off the ship he was greeted by the US Army and asked to enlist, and if her enlisted after serving 3 years would automatically become a US Citizen.
Veteran:PVT Louis R. Grabowsky
Co."A"1 33rd Reg.
1862- 1865 24 years old,.
Enlisted on 8/20/1862 at New York City, NY as a Private.
On 9/21/1862 he mustered in to "A" Co.N Y 133rd Infantry
He was Mustered Out on 6/6/1865 in Washington DC,
Fought in the Civil War and made it home alive and 1896 - Marriage - Brooklyn, Kings, New York, USA Married Johanna Charlotte (Stellera) of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
Louis Robert Grabowsky Grabau Jr. Born in Feb 1877 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York was a NY City Fireman and lived in NY all his life until his death.
I hope this helps!
Thomas J. Christensen
|Louise Rowley||Cheryl Hall Griffith|
Have posted a photo of Cheryl I had. Also, a sunflower which were her favorites!
|Betty McIntosh||McMillan families|
Would love to correspond with you regarding the McMillan families. My email address is email@example.com
|Farrar and related families||RE: Seasons Greetings|
Thanks. Best regards to you.
|Donald Burge||John Samuel Martin|
Thank you for transferring my uncle, John Samuel Martin.
|Claudetta||re: Lonnie Bolt|
I am a friend of Lonnie from Blue Springs. was wondering if you have any pics of him? He was a dear friend of my entire family. I was church secretary there for a number of years. The church and land was sold a few years ago, and this year they tore the building down. was a very sad time for me, but I was allowed to salvage some of the bricks from it and plan to make a flower garden with them. Claudetta Morgan
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