|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 New york, MA, RI, CT and New Jersey. I am a retired science 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 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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|Martin W Johnson||RE: Abram Van Patten|
im not related. i am a civil war historian. i was suggesting a few notes to findagrave in this area. i have a list of 14 area free genealogy websites in a email, if your interested. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Sharon||RE: Garaphelia Ochampaugh Houton|
Checked with the cemetery listing with the new spelling and wasn't able to locate her in any Montgomery County cemetery. Sorry.
Added by Sharon on Sep 10, 2014 4:06 PM
|Joe VanDerwerker||Blue and Yellow Sign|
Hi Dave, My sister Jeri was here from KS for 3 days this week. We were at the Brownville Cemetery in Northumberland. I have been there occasionally when I can get the time and clean brush from the location around the Van's. If you are not aware the sign has been replaced at the path entrance. It looked as though it had been hit and broken,maybe by a passing plow's wing. It has been welded and painted again.
I should have down loaded your info before our visit there. We were going by the information in the book. I will have another reference now to put together and work off of.
Joe VanDerwerker 9/6/14
|Thomas Dunne||Lucy Payn|
I do not do the edit tab, as I have no idea where to refere people to if they ask where the information comes from. I usually list them and the information in the bio.
I know that I do not have to say take good care of her as you always do.
When am I going to submit you for membership in the Sons of the American Revolution??? Our site is at: http://www.saratogabattle-sar.org/ Let me know if you are interested.
|Carl Philo||RE: Andrew Hawley|
I traced the Philo surname to Saratoga county and purchased a publication compiling headstones in the county. After entering the ancestors I could identify, I entered a few entire small cemeteries. The compilation was written in the 1960s.
|Marilyn Coulon Putman||RE Photo Request for Angeline Gillispie|
Hi. I live fairly close to Fort Drum, where the Gates Cemetery is located, and their Cultural Affairs folks have done a very impressive inventory of the cemeteries on the fort. We have family buried in Gates Cemetery, so I have the Fort Drum inventory. I have looked through it carefully, and there is no listing for Angeline Gillispie. The only information they have is for headstones, but there are none for any Gillispie at all. It's possible that she was not buried here, that she never had a headstone, or that the headstone is no longer there. If there are stones that are illegible or broken, they catalog whatever information they can find, and there is nothing that corresponds with that name. I hope this information is of some help, even though it's not what one would hope for.
|RLA||RE: David Pryme|
Hi Dave, Your welcome. David D Pryme was the husband of my 4th cousin, 4Xremoved, Catherine Personette. Robin
Added by RLA on Aug 14, 2014 8:37 AM
|carol griffin||Peck ansestors|
Dave are you kin to pecks buried in north carolina ? Thanks Carol
|Bill Peck||RE: Ira Peck|
Here is Ira's obit
Ira Peck was born in Seneca County, New York December 25, 1804. he grew to manhood and settled near his birth place. In 1860 he removed to Michigan, settling in Barry county, where he remained till 1871, when he emigrated further west, settling in St. Croix county, Wisconsin. About five years ago he came to Pipestone county, where he has since resided with his son L.D. Peck, of Grange township. He united with the M.E. Church about 30 years ago. He died Sunday, February 23rd, at the advanced age of 91 years and 2 months, leaving his aged companion, two sons and one daughter to mourn his loss.
|Bill Peck||RE: Ira Peck|
While there are some corrections needed this is basically it
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