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|After dabbling with genealogy since 1984, about 1992 was when I really began digging into it. Sure have learned a lot of history and geography along the way! |
I find it touching that so many writing their wills in the 1800's and before, willed their souls to God.
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|Charlie Morgan||RE: Ambrose/Ambros Dyer|
Thanks for the revisions regarding the spelling of his name. Well done. My only comment is that the paragraphs in the bio field are run-on and you might want to add some carriage returns to separate the paragraphs and make it easier on the reader to go through the text. Thanks for being so thorough - I wish everyone took the care that you've taken.
|Jo||RE: Calvin STURTEVANT|
Thank you very much, distant cousin. :)
Added by Jo on Jun 03, 2013 10:48 PM
|J.Bosworth||Deacon David Bosworth|
Hi Dragonfly ~
I was thinking the same thing last night. I started to message you, but I accidentally hit the enter key, so never finished it.
I know we have to be distant cousins. Deacon David and Mercy (Sturtevant) Bosworth were my 8th great grandparents. I descend from them through their son Nehemiah, then Nehemiah's son John.
I was wondering how you descend from David and Mercy? It's nice to connect with a distant cousin and compare notes.
Thanks for linking the memorials. Good to hear from you! Janet Bosworth
|J.Bosworth||Deacon David Bosworth|
|bilsan||eliza & archibald stewart|
I am the gggson of Archibald and Eliza, and am delighted that you've given me a chance to see their gravestone.
Anybody who wants to know their descendency through son William Edward Stewart (1841 - 1899) please contact me at email@example.com.
Added by bilsan on Dec 21, 2012 2:21 PM
|Amy Dunn Hohler||RE: Eliza Ann Stewart & Archibald Stewart|
I posted the pictures. The Stewarts tie into my husband's genealogy. How do you relate?
|treerpgmo||Deborah (STOWELL) TOWER|
Dragonfly: Since you told me that Deborah (STOWELL) TOWER was actually buried in the Bush Cemetery in Windsor, Berkshire Co, Massachusetts --- I decided to transfer her to you. I have to give Carol Mack something so the three virtual graves I created for Deborah's parents and her father's first wife (her mother was her father's second wife) I awarded to her. All three of these graves are in my BEAL virtual cemetery.
|treerpgmo||Bryant Cem, Cummington, Hampshire Co, Massachusetts|
It appears that both you and Carol Mack are directly descended from Peter Jr. TOWER (b. 1729) [link # 55579323] & Deborah STOWELL [link
# 67300779]. You left a note on Deborah's virtual grave first and then Carol manages Peter's grave. Which one of you should then manage Deborah? I am a BEAL cousin but not a direct descendant.
|Sheryl S||RE: Deborah Tower Pratt|
I thought you might have missed that wonderful inscription on the bottom of the stone. She is my 5Gr Grandmother. I think you might be a cousin. ;)
Added by Sheryl S on Oct 25, 2011 8:18 PM
|N. Graves||Clara Myrtle Wallace|
Thought I would let you know that Myrtle was married, at least once, for a short time (you had mentioned the Wallace Genealogy didn't list any spouses). I found a marriage for her on ancestry to Willis Harding. They were married 7 Jun 1899 in Auburn. Willis, the son of Soloman and Elizabeth (Atwood) Harding, was born in Chelsea, Mass. 10 Mar 1860. He died in Auburn, Maine 11 Mar 1901. I've been unable to locate Myrtle after the 1900 census so unsure if they had any children or if she remarried.
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