|Larry Hallstrom (#47077967)|
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|Most of my posts are for the ancestors of the following surnames: Hallstrom, Enquist, Gilbert, Shannon, Flippen, Comoli, Snyder, and Caldbeck, and related families.|
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|Dawn Smith||RE: Trues|
No I never have had my DNA tested. My father is still living. Is it best to test that way? When DNA is tested do you have to do separate tests for each surname being researched? Dawn
Are you related to James Hill True # 53060440 and Martin True # 5528691? If you are not related would you transfer these to me. James Hill True the grandson of the 1st James Hill was my great grandfather. Thank you, Dawn
|CLWR||Old Burying Yard location|
Hi Larry, I live in Groton and I'd love to attempt to fulfill some photo requests at Old Burying Yard in New London, Ct. You took the original photos for the cemetery. I hope you remember where it is. I'm unable to find it. Do you have an address or even a street it is near? The weather is getting nice and I'm itching for a project.
Added by CLWR on Apr 01, 2016 5:49 PM
|Sharon....still seeking||Robert Byrd Gilbert|
Hi Larry, my name is Sharon. Robert Byrd Gilbert is my gg grandfather. I was wondering if you have any information on him. He is a child of Webster Gilbert and Hannah Martin. He moved from Mississippi to Texas before 1900. In 1850 census he is 16 and living with his father, mother, and sibling Daniel Webster Gilbert in Copiah, Mississippi. I next find him age 47 in 1880 Lincoln, Mississippi with wife Martha age 29, children Robert 13, Alice 11 (my ggm, Lou 10, Horace 8, Olive 5, Ernest 3, Percy 1. In 1990 he is in Falls County, Texas a widower with 2 daughters in his household. Mary A 24, Allie H 30 (my gym), Verner 33 (my ggf), Jasper V 10, Robert E 8 (my gf) Nora O 4. On this census they show my great grandparents as Gilbert. They are in fact Milton. In 1910 he is in Limestone County, Texas residing with his daughter Lou and her husband William Anderson. After that I have nothing on him.Any information you have will be appreciated.
|DebbieK||Flat Lick Cemetery?|
I just noticed this message to you, back in 2011. I don't know if you got all that you needed about the cemeteries in Flat Lick, KY. I am from Flat Lick, KY and have studied genealogy for about 25 years (off and on). Samuel T. Jackson is also related to me. He is my Great Granduncle.
Is there anything I can help you with? Cassy is an excellent researcher, but if I can help let me know.
Flat Lick Cemetery
You have a bunch of people buried in the "Flat Lick Cemetery" there is no such cemetery. I am having issues with my internet but I know that Samuel T. Jackson is buried in the Concord Cemetery in the city of Flat Lick. I couldn't look up the other ones for you as my internet is simply not cooperating.
Sorry, Cassy Sommers
Added by Cassy Sommers on Nov 12, 2011 11:06 AM
Added by DebbieK on Nov 29, 2015 9:53 PM
|Melani (Webster) McKamey||DNA Cousins|
Hi Larry, I'm trying to get in touch because I believe we have both done DNA and are related. I'd like to talk with you. Thanks! Melani McKamey email@example.com
Thanks for the update on the Latimer confusion!
|karenfranks||Robert Latimer Jr.|
I noticed that you have messages pertaining to a Robert Latimer (Lattimore) Jr. but I can't find where you manage this memorial. Can you point me in the right direction? It looks like "Kate" and you both may have had memorials to him but I can't seem to locate either one. Thank you in advance!
|Kate ||Peter Latimer|
Thank you for your update. I tried to link Peter to your memorial, but it only allows one father to link to. I think the computer link, in the contributor tools box applies to linking to a website, which I don't have.
Also, FM Caulkins's book "History of New London" does state that many of the old cemetery stones will reflect the different spellings of the name Latimer. Lucretia Latimer Saltonstall's stone is spelled differently also. In our family genealogy, Latimer was the spelling we used. Since my gr-grandfather was working with the Historical Society from New London, I used the same spelling he did.
Since you manage the memorial I created, maybe you can ask the Find A Grave group to help with the rest of the links because I'm not sure how to do it. What do you think?
Added by Kate on Jul 16, 2015 7:57 PM
|Kate ||Robert Latimer Jr.|
Thank you so much for your help; I wasn't quite sure how to rectify this duplicate without losing the links. You've come to the rescue and I do appreciate it. Sometimes the gravestone spellings are misleading.
Added by Kate on Jul 15, 2015 7:24 PM
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