|Greg and Cindy Thredgold (#46919839)|
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I have done genealogy for about 12 years, am a member of RAOGK volunteers, Family History Consultant and admitted Family History addict. |
We absolutely love this work ... and find that after we've photographed for other's requests ... photos show up for us that have been requested ...... what goes around .........................
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|HESM||RE: Angeline King's parents.|
Great detective work! I have changed the birth and death date for Elizabeth Jacocks King on Findagrave. Just to let you know, when I contacted the Steuben County Historian's Office in Bath, New York, the only information they had containing Angeline was a list of "descendants of Ebenezer Merrick King" prepared by Edith King Barr, 1094 Kathryn Rd., Mount Juliet, TN 37122. It lists 16 children for Ebenezer Merrick King, with Angeline listed as #7. The only information it gives for Angeline is: Angeline King was born on 25 November 1813 in Trumansburg, Tompkins Co., NY. She died on 10 Apr. 1880 in Plain City, UT. She was married to Ebenezer Clauson Richardson on 20 Oct. 1833 in Greenwood, NY. Ebenezer Clauson Richardson was born on 7 Aug 1815 in Dryden, NY. Parents: Josiah Richardson and Lola Foote. Angeline King and Ebenezer Clauson Richardson had the following children: Mary Ann Richardson, Emiline Richardson, Sylvester Richardson." Others of Ebenezer's descendnats have much longer biographies on the page, so I'm suspecting that Edith King Barr is not descended from Angeline. This page was printed 4 March 1999. Interestingly, Angeline listed her own birth location as Kingtown--not Trumansburg--so it makes me think that the sources for this document are not original. So far I haven't found anything earlier than the mid-1900s that links Angeline into the Ebenezer Merrick King family.
Added by HESM on May 19, 2016 12:00 PM
|Carol Riner Everett||RE: Melva E Bonavich|
Sorry ... after I messaged you, I realized that I could put it a correction myself.
Thanks again for the help.
|Carol Riner Everett||Melva E Bonavich|
Thank you for posting Aunt Melba's burial information on Find-a-Grave.
Can you correct her name to read Melba E Bonavich, instead of Melva?
Her maiden name is Everett. She is the daughter of Charles Averett/Everett & Hilda Marchbanks.
|HESM||RE: Angeline King's parents.|
I'm guessing the book might be Fontella Abbott's book? I've looked at her book, and the sources aren't clear. I contacted the Steuben County Historian's Office, and found that there really isn't any good documentation on this relationship. Angeline is listed as one of 16 children in the Ebenezer and Betsey Jacocks King family. I can not find any primary sources that link her to this family. The earliest record the historian's office has to link her to this family is a 1960 Tennessee researcher's attempt to piece together the family. In short, the documentation is seriously lacking and the DAR won't even recognize the relationship because the sourcing is so poor. How do we get the word out to Angeline's descendants to let them know that we need to question this relationship and search for some real documentation as to Angeline's parentage? If we discount a 1960 researcher's opinion, then we have no idea who Angeline's parents are.
Added by HESM on May 17, 2016 10:45 AM
|HESM||Angeline King's parents.|
You've listed Angeline King Richardson (Find A Grave Memorial# 23167961) as the daughter of Ebenezer Merrick King. I'm wondering if you have a source to document that relationship. I've been attempting to document the relationship, but I can not find any quality sources to indicate the relationship. I'm wondering what documentation you've seen to support the relationship.
Added by HESM on May 15, 2016 5:23 PM
|Russell Clemings||RE: Jess Joseph|
That's from my transcription of the county death records microfiche in the county probate office.
|Bear & Willow||Eliza Jane Seright Wheeler|
Believe it or not, Elizabeth/eliza, was adopted. She came to Zanesville aboard the adoption trains and was taken from the trains by her "parents", David and Harriet Ayres Seright.
This is my 1/2 siblings great, great. . . . grandmother.
|Kat||RE: William H. Beasley|
you are welcome, my pleasure.
Added by Kat on May 01, 2016 7:44 PM
|Lorena2090||RE: Mordecai Adams|
You're welcome, I had help, so getting a whole picture of it was no problem.
Regarding your Beechwood Cemetery, Bensalem, PA photo request: If you can contact the cemetary and get the section/plot number, I will look for any gravestones.
Added by Al on Apr 23, 2016 1:54 PM
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