|Nancy LoomisPhillips (#47330320)|
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I am 11th generation direct descendant of Joseph Loomis who settled in Windsor, Connecticut in 1638. Also of Walter Woodworth who came to Massachusetts in 1634. While researching my geneaology, I "stumbled" upon findagrave.com. I am thoroughly enjoying my searches in the cemeteries in northeastern Ohio. Family names I am researching are : Loomis, Woodworth, Johnston, Brady, Irwin, Pardee, Fales.|
When I started this "journey" I was entering only family members. However, I sometimes get "carried away" while connecting them with their extended families. So, therefore, I do have some folks who are not related to me in any way. If you see someone who you would like to take management, I will gladly turn them over if they are not part of my own family.
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|Mark G. Bedell||RE: Bushnells|
Hey Nancy, indirectly are they relations, Harley's wife Sarah is a Burrill, she was the sister to my GGGrandmother Mary (Burrill) Thayer, that is how they are connected to me. Long as everyone is linked up to siblings, spouses and children I'm good.
Question, do you know if there is a complete listing of burials for Kelloggville somewhere? Im trying to figure out where a Harriet (Laird) Hill is buried, along with her husband Robert. I know she died in 1905 in Monroe. I assume she might be in Kelloggsville as some of her children are...James Bird Hill, and a sister Hannah (Laird) Hill. Just curious if you knew.
Again, I appreciate all the photos you have taken for me over the past couple years.
|Kathy Pendley||RE: Harry D Ransom|
Would loved to have his memorial #127770567 and his wife Grace Porter Ransom #127770587 transferred to me if they are not related to you. Harry is one of my great grand uncles. Including my great grandfather, Edward Lilly Ransom, he is one of the 9 children of Squire Ransom and Nancy Teresa Hoyt. Since I am in California Find a Grave has been a great help in located grave sites of my ancestors. I hope that someday someone will find Squire and Nancy's grave sites in Ashtabula, Ohio, so Squire can be connected to his father's memorial # 21568089.
|MissingHim||RE: Greenfields- Linesville, Pa|
The memorials were deleted and remade when the organization I was with at the time wanted no part of Ancestry. I am no longer with that organization and am slowly getting everything back on line. It will take some time, but they will all be back as my time allows.
|Charlene Sloan||RE: Ann Sharp|
Nancy - My grandmother,on my father's side, was a Loomis. I have followed her family back to the American Revolution - Nathaniel Reynolds and my cousin has followed her family back to the Mayflower - Stephen Hopkins. I don't know if there is any connection to your family but you have my email address if I can share anything with you. Isn't this fun! Charlene
|Charlene Sloan||Ann Sharp|
You are absolutely right, and I knew that lol. I just got so excited to find two of her daughters that I lost my head for a moment. Thanks. Charlene
|Deanna Arnett||RE: Bertha Fales- Montville Cemetery|
They were in Montville, Geauga, Ohio in 1880 Census, had 6 children, Fred 14, Byron 12, Fruland 9, Louis 3 and twins Hattie and Hettie 3 months. Fales was transcribed as Tales.
In 1900 Willard 65 and daughter Hattie 20, were in Waynoka, Woods, Oklahoma. He is listed as widower.
In 1910 they are in the same place and he is living with the now married Hattie and her husband, William L Goodale and 3 children, Mertie 12, Earl 8 & Fern 2. (Mertie may be Wms daughter from a prior marriage). Hattie died in 1917, Find A Grave Memorial# 56835348.
I haven't found any info on the death of her parents, Willard & Harriett. I would think that he died in Waynoka, Oklahoma since he was living with her family in 1910.
|John Dodd||Photo for Corintha Gillet Smith|
Thank you Nancy,
I too get carried away with extended family members, there is just something about seeing them linked up that give me a good fuzzy feeling. I do it on my own family tree and I keep telling myself that they validate my info. When it comes time to printing the tree I'll see how much the extended family will cost me.
Thank you so much for this validation.
Are you familiar with www.iagenweb.org, so far I am impressed with the Story Co., Genealogy section. You can get to all the states on the site.
|John Holle||RE: Sylvanus Evans|
You are welcome.
I see from your bio that you are a direct descendant of Joseph Loomis. Me too! My great-grandmother Josie was the daughter of Herschel who was from Lodi and moved to Lagrange Indiana.
My daughter moved to Windsor CT a couple of years ago so on a visit I went to the original Loomis home and the graveyard. Quite a thrill for me.
|mudd805||RE: Johnstons in Fansler Cemetery|
I have photographed this entire cemetery, i also have a spreadsheet of everyone that I have found so far that is buried there. If there is any info I can help you with please let me know.
Added by mudd805 on Mar 04, 2013 1:45 PM
|Robbin Allan Quinn||Stone|
Having same problem. We have a cousin in WI and he is a retired history prof. I'll send him an email and see what he can find. Get back with you soon I hope
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