|Dave Peck (#46966140)|
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Researching one's genealogy is a bit like a treasure hunt. As you learn more and more about your ancestors, surprises keep occuring. I am thankful to all the people who have taken the time to research the past. I aim to contribute as well. I am working on my Peck ancestry which goes back to Joseph and some of his immigrant sons who arrived in 1638. Other names include Vanderwerker, Van Patten, Shoup/Shoop/Schupp, McNeil, Cramer, Paine, McDougall, Lant, Reid, Campbell, Wagman, Foster, Cushman, Grandy, Bartlett, Haverly, Duesler, Snell, Wendell, Glen, Hawley, Harmon, etc. I get great satisfaction in discovering and entering these historical records, before they are lost for good. Most of my entries are in MA, RI, CT and upstate NY where I live. I am a retired HS biology and chem. teacher. I have completed 10 Earthwatch expeditions and travelled to over 60 countries. Climbing mountains is also appealing having been up Kilimanjaro, Whitney, Olympus, Rysy, Ben Nevis, Algonquin, Marcy and others. Genealogy is another fun and productive way to spend my time. |
One of my great joys is to visit villages where my ancestors lived before coming to America. In 2010 I visited Hingham and Beccles, England where the paternal Pecks lived in the 1500 and 1600's. We also visited Petten, Holland for the maternal Van Pattens and Meppel, Holland for the Van Alstynes and Vanderwerkers. In 2012 I visited Scotland for the McNeils and Reids and then the Mozel River Valley in the Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany for the Shoups/Schupps and Mais lines.
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|Alice ||RE: Wagman-Peck Cemetery work|
Dave, November 18 or 19 work for me... the weather is supposed to improve from what it is now. Alice
Added by Alice on Nov 14, 2015 2:01 PM
|Tawna Whitford||Lucy Baldwin Evans|
Just wondering how you learned the death date for Lucy Baldwin Evans?
|Alice ||RE: Wagman-Peck Cemetery|
October date doesn't work. November might. Alice
Added by Alice on Oct 16, 2015 6:42 PM
I kept 78073446. On the picture for the wife of James Foster. I believe ou must contact McClellan Smith to change that.
|Donna Hasbrouck||Patrick McFeely 85961664|
There is no middle initial on his marker, only given and surname names.
His wife Mary does not appear in http://herkimer.nygenweb.net/cemeteries/stbridget.htm
I photo documented the entire cemetery and found no marker for her.
|Jeffrey Edwin Deyo Sr||26383273|
The notation reads:
Son of Christian and Annetje Cool Deyo, and husband of Sarah Drake Deyoe. He descends from Christian and Jeanne Verbeau Deyo who were born in France before 1630. Christian and son Pierre were among the settler (patentees) of New Paltz, New York.
Daniel Harden Deyoe Sr married to Sarah Drake.
Parents were Christian Deyo and Elizabeth Palmatier/Parmentier
According to the Deyo Book
|hyde park girl scout||mulford|
I have added the suggestions you made. If these memorials are related to you, please request a transfer. My goal is to have all memorials to be with family.
|sue sullivan||RE: Mulford Burt|
you're very welcome=
|Kelley Polo||RE: Elijah Peck|
Thank you for correcting. I have Pecks ancestors in both Massachusetts and Connecticut (all originating from England). Some of the Connecticut Pecks moved to Massachusetts so there probably is a link.
|Desertthorn||RE: The Bowdishes|
Wasn't me, I just noticed the two cemeteries were one and the same and asked that they be merged and then saw a couple of duplicates. Your's had the best picture, hope you moved it.
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