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Madge obviously wanted to appear younger than her second husband, so fibbed a bit. "Ya gotta do what ya gotta do". A church birth or baptism might reveal the truth.
Let me know what else you locate.
Added by Margaret on Jan 20, 2015 5:37 PM
Thank you for sharing the interesting information. I have added the information
for Madge, linked both husbands, her parents and also the parents for Luther E. Mackall.
In 1940, they still resided in Manhattan, NY.
Please let me know if I missed anything.
Your help is appreciated.
Added by Margaret on Jan 19, 2015 5:14 PM
|Anna Jaech||Another Surprise|
I can hardly wait to hear about your visit with our new cousin! I added this photo of myself today. I still look like this :-}
|Anna Jaech||More Instructions|
Suddenly it's 50 degrees & 6 weeks of snow is melting fast! A glorious day.
I should have told you about deleting. To do this you need to use Google to enter your Find A Grave account. You know, it's an option in the little box on the left hand side of the page. I think it will say "Bob". In the box that contains a message there is a small gray X that you use for a deletion.
When you receive an E-Mail notice that you have this type of message you are not actually on Find A Grave, you are just peeking in. So you cannot perform any type of function. This is why you couldn't find a way to delete.
Oh! What we must know just to live our lives today.
|Anna Jaech||George Wythe 1726-1806|
I was wrong. Wythe married Ann Lewis who was the daughter of:
Zachary Lewis & Mary Waller 1699-1781 dau. of
John Waller & Dorothy King
They were parents of Edmund Waller & Mary Pendleton, who were Dorothy Jemima's folks. So Ann & Dorothy were 1st cousins, right?
|Anna Jaech||William Stephens|
How I enjoyed our visit!! An easy way to get to this message board is to go to Benjamin or Dorothy Stephens, then to William (#55089828). I was surprised to find that this was transferred to me. I must give him a better article. Perhaps part one of the letters he wrote Leonard.
Click on my name & you'll be taken to this message board. I will check it every 3-4 days, so don't worry if I don't reply quickly.
|AStephens||Benjamin Stephens (1754-1839)|
I am a descendant of the first Benjamin Stephens to settle in Northern Kentucky. I have picked up family ancestry research from a relative after 40 years. We were always under the assumption that this Benjamin was buried in the Stephens-Ryle cemetery in Rabbit Hash, but judging from your pictures and other records, he is buried in a Stephens cemetery in Kenton County, KY. My father and I searched for the cemetery today but to no avail. Do you know of its exact location?
|Ellie's Grandma||RE: Ezra Keeler Fish, FAG # 25498159|
I think that you are related to Mary? I sent Mary some info on the Fish family.
I was not implying that you hadn't taken the photo, I don't have any memorials in my name for the Fish family members. If you thought I was saying you had done that, I certainly apologize. It's just nice for people to say thanks in some way, as we both agree.
Appreciate you getting in touch.