|Kay Baldwin (#47473401)|
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A lifetime resident of Nebraska whose paternal grandparents had roots in Maryland, Penn., Illinois and Iowa and whose maternal grandparents have Oklahoma, Arkansas, Alabama,Noth Carolina,and Missouri roots. Since March of 2010, has made connections and reconnections with OK and AR family. Am also a member of myancestry.com. A retired teacher who is enjoying geneology and making family photo albums. Names I am researching are: Fox from Illinois, and before that Virginia, Robertson, Garner, Wyatt from Illinois, James from Virginia, Lowe from York County, PA and across state lines from Harford, Maryland, Cox from Missouri, Texas, Arkansas, Craig from OK, Arkansas, Alabama and or Ill and Tenn.|
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|Padgett Researcher Ruth the Sleuth||RE: Bessie Williams|
Great! Thank you so much, Kay.
|William Krout||RE: John Low|
Hello, I believe that John Low and Providence Clark are most likely my 4th great grandparents and Ashel Low /Lowe is my 3rd Great Grandfather. I would like to know more myself. I'm kind of new at all of this. It is kind of fascinating to realize there are hundred and sometimes thousands of people you are related to.
I hope we can communicate more to find out more
My best regards Bill Krout
|Emlen ||RE: Mary Carr Earle|
Hi, I have her father as Robert Carr, 1614-1681
Also show a 1st husband John Hicks.?
Added by Emlen on May 14, 2016 9:25 AM
Thank you for making the additions to the Thompson memorials and for your dedication to Find A Grave! Suzanne
Added by smhansen on Feb 19, 2016 10:35 AM
|Dennis V. Stanley||RE: RE. Ellsworth Lowe info.|
You're correct. Thanks for spotting this!
|Marcy Hammers||Anna Brooks|
Kay, sorry about that I hit the wrong key. I haven't found Anna Brooks either but I will look again when I go back.
|Marcy Hammers||Anna Brooks|
|Marcy Hammers||Nancy Pelts|
Kay, My name is Marcy Hammers. I am a Find A Grave Member too. I went to Johns Chapel Cemetery in Ash Grove, Missouri today. I haven't found a monument for Nancy Pelts yet. I ran out of daylight as I was researching other cemeteries today too. I didn't get to search the whole cemetery. I am planning on going back when the weather is a little warmer & I have a day that I can drive that far. If I do find Nancy Pelts monument I will take a photograph for you. Sorry I didn't find her today.
F.A.G. # 47911021
|Christos Christou Jr.||RE: RE:Almony family.|
Mary Jane Almony is apparently dau of Sarah Ann Almony Houston who she is listed with in the 1850 census along with Siblings however each sibling has a different father named on their death certificates and their gaps in ages and no marriage record found does not help.
I have not been able to figure out who the father of Sarah's kids are or if her maiden name is Gardner or Almony. She married in 1846 to Mr. John Housten but have not found an estate for an Almony before that date that might give the father's name and the 4 kids that had death certificates were inconsistent on the father's name. More research is needed. She is buried in the same cemetery with all the other Abraham Almony children and family and here is some of the conflicting information I have.
Josiah’s 1922 death certificate says father is Abram Almony, born Harford Co and mother is Sarah Gardner born Harford (by the way Abraham Almony Sr. married Catherine Gardner). Josiah handled estate of Elijah Almony brother of Abraham who looks like Elijah had no children but did have brothers living so could he be father that divorced mother or just an uncle?
Serena’s 1925 death certificate says father is John Almony born MD and mother Sallie Almony born MD
Ann’s 1920 death certificate says father John Houston b. OH, mother Sarah Almony b. MD,
Amanda’s 1930 death certificate said parents were Abram Almony born MD and Sarah A. Almony born MD
Her son Josiah Almony administered on estate of Elijah Almony. Her son William named his dau. Tacy B. after the wife of John S. Almony, son of Abraham and the mother is buried near Abraham and his children, so I assume this means that the kids were related to Abraham Almony in the area but how is the question. Margaret Cameron thinks she may have not been married because she found that Sarah Almony was listed in the 1840 census as head of household but had two more children in 1842 and 1844. There is a big gap in her 6 children's ages too from 1832 to 1840. Did she marry two different Almony men? Two of the kids death certificates said the father was Abram but I can't find info on this Abram, who is Abram's father? Is this Abraham? Margaret said she found an undated very old family note that said the father of Sarah's children was Irish and listed her children as William, Joseph, Amanda Alloway, Serena Heaton, Mrs. Duncan. She believes she may not have been married but this would be unusual in that period to have so many children out of wedlock but it happens.
CENSUS: 1840 District 4, Harford Co Sarah Almony (Her name was crossed out with several others on the page.)
Females: one under 5, one 5-10, one 30-40 (looks like all the 1's were changed to zero and then her name was crossed out).
CENSUS: 1840 District 4 Harford Co MD Sarah Almony
Males: 0 male under 5 (looks like 1 was changed to zero) Females: one under 5, one 5-10, one 30-40.
Line 108. 1840 Harford, Maryland; Roll: 167; Page: 86. (Listed twice or two different Sarah's? What about Sarah Jackson Almony?) Where are her sons?
Line 109 Next door is John Houston 1 age 50-60.
MARRIAGE: John Houston m. Sarah Ann Almony Mar. 2 1846 License # 4 Harford WSF 1 p. 90
MARRIAGE: John Houston m. Sarah Ann Almony both of Harford Co, MD on Mar. 3, 1846 by Rev. Gailey per Democrat Press, Mar. 24, 1846 and Gazette Mar. 3 1846
CENSUS: 1850 Harford Co p. 21 Household 996-996
John Houston 63 farmer $1,400 RE,
Sarah Houston 42,
William Almony 23,
Joseph Almony 21 (Josiah),
Mary Almony 18,
Laurana Almony 10,
Ann Almony 8,
Amanda Almony 6,
John Houston 1.
|Judith||Mayberry and Evans Memorials|
Kay, thanks so much for the transfer of Arvilla, Gladys, and Arthur. I will continue researching the Evans family to identify additional family members. I'm sure there are quite a few.
Added by Judith on Dec 12, 2015 1:24 AM
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