|George Varney (#47128855)|
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I am a New Hampshire native married to a Vermont native since 21 Jul 1956. I retired from the US Air Force in 1972 and was in the optical business until 1990 then retiring to Florida. Became a member of the Pasco County Genealogical Society in 1999 and I have been the Membership Chairman and Library Volunteer for the society since 7 Jan 2005. I have an active interest in cemeteries, spending my summers researching them in New England and New York.|
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|Judith Bowen||RE: Sarah Ann Thompson Parmenter|
in Wisconsin, there are towns aka townships, villages, cities. Clayton in Winnebago County, Wis., is a township, not a village or city; there is a village in Clayton Township but it's called Mikesville. Sarah Ann Thompson's mother Susan Tipler is a member of the Tipler family that I have been researching for 40 years. The Tiplers came from Lincolnshire, England, to Wisconsin and settled in Winnebago County for the most part. I am descended from a Tipler daughter. Sarah Ann Thompson's grandfather was William Tipler Jr. born Lincolnshire, England, 1 March 1820. If you were to search for Tiplers in the 1860, 1870, 1880 US censuses, you would get many hits in Winnebago County, Wis. Another way to see that Clayton is a township in Winnebago Co., Wis. is to google old maps of Winnebago Co.; the county is a grid of township. try this site: www.historicmapworks.com/Atlas/US/9340/Winnebago+County+1889 and you'll see Clayton Township.
So, bottom line, I'm absolutely sure. Judith
|Judith Bowen||Sarah Ann Thompson Parmenter|
George, Sarah Ann (Thompson) Parmenter was born at Clayton, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, not Polk County. Her father was Leonard H. Thompson; her mother was Susan Tipler.
|gwenneth j yaist||Ellen Bruso memorial|
George, I don't know who supplies the information in these memorials, but Ellen's birth year is incorrect.
The Gravestone photo you took and placed on Rhett Chessher's site was Awlsome. You got down level with it and got some of the background trees and grass and it's just wonderful, one of the best ones I've ever gotten. Thank you so very very much George. Arvis
Added by Arvis on May 27, 2012 7:29 AM
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