|Phillip Maine (#47067456)|
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I am the ninth generation Maine who claims direct ancestry to Ezekiel MAINE was born in 1640. He died on 19 Jun 1714. His father John Mayne was the first Mayne- Main- Maine in the USA York, Me in 1622 on the Sparro.|
1, Phillip Maine
2. Harold Leroy Maine 1926-98 & Elener Arline Fry 1927-living
3. Omar Leroy Maine 1895-1982 & Eva May Rood 1906-79
4. Avery Main(e)1876-1952 Ellen Rebecca BERRY 1878-1915
5. Joseph Chapin Main 1822-1907 & Almira Rachel PARTCH 1836-1911
6. Revolutionary War Veteran Nathan Maine 1756-1855 & Rebecca CHAPIN Abt 1800-1880
7. Jeremiah MAIN Jr. 1708-1780 & Thankful Brown 22 Oct 1721-20 Mar 1819
8. Jeremiah MAIN Sr. 1678-1727 & Ruth Huse 25 Feb 1682-16 July 1718
9. Ezekiel MAINE 1641-1714 and Mary Hatch 03 Oct 1652- 12 Jan 1692
10.John Mayne 1607-1694 & Elizabeth LAURIE 1619- Jan 1684
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|Susan Lundin Smith||David Main photo request|
You are receiving this message because you have submitted a photo request for the above named person(s). I wanted to let you know that I will be traveling to that area from Dallas during the first week of June and I would be able to get the requested photo(s) for you. I do need some help from you tho. While I am in the Chicago area, I intend to get as many names off the list for Evergreen Cemetery as possible. The list is growing every day and is now at 263 requests! Evergreen Cemetery is near and dear to my heart as I have several of my own family members there. If you would please call the cemetery office and obtain the burial plot locations and send them to me, I will for sure get them for you when I go there in June. If everyone could get me the locations I could really get a lot of requests done but I can't do it alone! The office number for Evergreen Cemetery is 708-422-9051. You can leave me a public message with the information, or you may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Please be sure to reference the requested names. Thank you!
|Bob & AJ||Benjah Rood|
I am Bob Kruse, son of Warren Kruse, son of Beulah Rood Kruse, daughter of Grove Allen Rood, son of Rev. Charles Monroe Rood, son of Daniel Rood Jr, son of Daniel Rood Sr, son of Benjah Rood, son of Samuel Rood Jr, son of Samuel Rood Sr, son of Thomas Roode (who was born in England) so Benjah would be my 6 time grandfather and your family branches off with his son Elijah and my family branches off with his son Daniel Sr. so...
Added by Bob & AJ on Apr 08, 2015 1:14 PM
Will be happy to get pictures marked or unmarked
Added by BJ on Apr 01, 2015 12:52 AM
|BJ||Bailey photo request|
Quite some time ago you requested a photo for a Bailey buried at Eastwood Cemetery in Medford Oregon.
There are 8 Baileys buried there:
Celia J 1882-1965
Frances or Francis Marion 1847-1917
Issac William 1855-1926
James Frank 1848-1927
Ralph Jackson 1907-1953
Robert S 1871-1965
Happy to take a photo or 2 of those related to you, just let me know
Added by BJ on Mar 29, 2015 5:17 PM
|Norma Doolittle||RE: Esther Yarns Hobbs (1812-1900)|
Esther married Abraham (Abram) Hobbs. Their children were Roxanna (b. 1840), Alma (1847), Ellen (1849), Landis Jane (1851), John (1858). In 1850 they were living in Benton, PA...1860 in Greenfield, Luzerne, PA...1880 in S. Canaan, Wayne, PA.
This is a quick outline from Ancestry and various census. Don't know if this helps.
|David Mosier Miller||RE: Mary Maine Messenger|
Thanks for the reply. That's interesting about where Nathan's farm was.
David (in Akron, OH)
|Cemetery Guy||RE: Ruth Huse Main|
the oldest, James Main (wife Hannah Wallis)
|Cemetery Guy||RE: Ruth Huse Main|
Thankful Brown and Jeremiah Main (jr.) are my 7th great-grandparents, too. I haven't seen any document showing "Jr." yet.
|Margaret E Balaun Stearns||RE: American war of Liberation|
It is doubtless through your work that they have knowledge of their family history— a wonderful gift you have given, are giving, them.
|Margaret E Balaun Stearns||RE: RE Samuel Stearns|
An excellent suggestion— Thank you.
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