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Bonnie Maskery (#47464165)
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Bio Photo I have been working with my family genealogy since 1989 and continue to do extensive work on it. Surnames that I am connected to include , but not limited to, are: McLaughlin, Higgins, Cyr, Theriault, Alburty, Gerrish, Goodall, Gould, Daggett, McGeorge, White, Dyer, Gardner, Bradley, Billings, Brundage, Splan, Hardy, Hanson, Gagne, Barrows, Stewart, Calkins, Coffin, Goffe, Stevens, Collins, Fowler, Baird, Brink, Choate, Connick, Curry, Dunn, Diherty, Foster, Grant, Hadel, Hough, Messier, Bradway, Emerson, Morrison, McGary, Sawtelle, Sperry, Taggart, Marshall. Brown, Trafton, Cutcheon, Whittier, Wright, Oldfield, Moore, Armstrong, Hamblen, Hamlin, McGary, McGloin, Veino, Littlefield, Oldenburgh, Harris, West, Harwood, Goodwin, Dwyer, Peak, Porter, Osborne, Bruton, Bowen, Danforth, Collicott, Stanhope, Dunphy, Warson, Whiteley, Forbes, Maskery, Buccheri, Branch, Brzozowy, Blumer, Cardorette, Chen, Colby, Curry, Smith, Howeth, Wilson, Wadsworth, FitzRandolph, Heinatz, Crockett, Heard, Emery, Hayden, Clark, Constantine, Gildersleeve, Pike.

Countries and States that my ancestors are found in include, but not limited to: Canada, Ireland, Scotland, England, Italy, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, France. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Alabama, New York, California, Kentucky, Virginia, Texas, Illinois, Oregon, Washington State, Washington, DC, Maryland, Florida, Minnesota, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Hawaii, North Caroline, South Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Tennessee.

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58Classic
King Family
Hello Bonnie,would you happen to have any other photos of the king family besides which is posted?They are my dads family,none were passed down thru the family that we can find. Thank-you for your time
Added by 58Classic on Jul 27, 2015 4:50 PM
Cindy Allen-Clark
RE: Re: Marcia Ann Bowan Rappert #94385926
My family records indicate that Phillis Illene Wright (my aunt) was just 6 mos of age at the time of her death. If I a incorrect in my assumption that this burial is indeed my aunt, I will immediately retract so as not to mislead that others researching their family members.
Added by Cindy Allen-Clark on Jul 26, 2015 7:30 AM
Tracy Burnham
Higgins Family
Hi Bonnie,
I am the Grand Daughter of Carrol E. Higgins Carol Ann Higgins is my mother I have found your info very helpful I am looking for some photos of my Great Grandmother Beatrice E. Currie I also have many photos of my family if anyone is interested
Added by Tracy Burnham on Jul 23, 2015 4:12 AM
Jauers
RE: Transfers
Not a problem Bonnie, I'm McLaughlin relative as well. Glad to transfer them.
Added by Jauers on Jul 19, 2015 3:04 PM
marge martin
West Union Cemetery
Researching my ancestry for Daughters of the American Revolution.
I am coming to Iowa this week and would like to try and find the gravesite of Alen "Allen" Dunning, Find A Grave #38681069. Block 3 lot 40 in the West Union Cemetery.
Also would like to know where I might find copies of the "Fayette County Pioneer" newspapers from 1861.
Thanks
Marge Martin
margemartin@hughes.net
Added by marge martin on Jul 19, 2015 1:25 PM
Jim Kimble
RE: Thomas Noble Memorial# 122428742
I look forward to hearing from you about the data I sent to you. Your additions/corrections/and comments are welcome.
j.
Added by Jim Kimble on Jul 18, 2015 7:44 AM
Jim Kimble
RE: Thomas Noble Memorial# 122428742
Too much data to put on here. If you'll give me a good e-mail I'll send you a large file with tons of data.
I'll try to find the specific part about his parents.

Here is a little data:
Data from Curtis Perrin, e-mail: curtis.perrin@snet.net, June 10, 2002

Acknowledged 8 May 1673, recorded 9 May 1673 (Suffolk County Deeds, Lib. VIII, pages 144-5). ...In the course of our research, we learned that another British genealogist some thirty years previously had also settled upon the Thomas Noble, merchant tailor, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, as a likely candidate for the father of the immigrant Thomas Noble.

In Pynchon's book, we found the record that Thomas borrowed money from Pynchon and went to England. "To what I paid yo passage to and fro Engld, and for your charges (besides what I gave you) as in my pocket books sixteen pounds.(Vol. 1, Page 317).

We would like to find evidence that Thomas of Westfield borrowed money to return to England to claim his inheritance after the death of his father. We also know that Pynchon hired men to go to England from Springfield to bring back goods. Perhaps Thomas also brought back goods for Pynchon. We have thought that there are probably only two reasons a young man would borrow money to return to England: 1) to bring his wife back to the new country; 2) to claim an inheritance.Thomas seems to have had financial resources in Springfield before he lost everything to John Pynchon, perhaps his inheritance!

...Ted and Freda Noble tnoble@mcn.org

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Date: Thu, 28 May 1998 12:46:53 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: [NOBLE-L] Searle versus Scant; Rachael Gardner???

Dear Fellow Noble Researchers: ...

We have been researching Thomas Noble, Westfield, for about ten years. We too have doubts about the Rachel Gardner info. When we first found the name in the LDS records, we wrote to the given source and learned that the source was a commercial genealogy company and that the company was no longer in business.

Our research has been rather thorough, even went to England to try to run down clues. In 1990, we engaged Mr. Ian Hilder, a British genealogist, to research the possible origin of Thomas Noble. Early in his research, Mr. Hilder located a will in the records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury (PCC) that seemed to have relevance. One Thomas Noble, citizen and merchant tailor (pin maker) of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, left a will in 1650. This Thomas had a son of the same name, age under twenty-one when the will was made in 1649. From Pynchon's records, we know Thomas was a tailor by profession, and therefore, we assume that he had to be a member of the merchant tailors' guild. The parish records of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, reveals the baptisms of Susanna, 20 April 1634, and Thomas, 31 August, 1636, both children of Thomas Noble, the pin maker. We even found a street named Noble that was adjacent to St. Giles. Thomas, the pin maker, had a brother Robert who lived in Owston, England. We went to Owston, but we were unable to find any records about Robert's family. (We ran out of time!)

In the course of our research, we learned that another British genealogist some thirty years previously had also settled upon the Thomas Noble, merchant tailor, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, as a likely candidate for the father of the immigrant Thomas Noble.

In Pynchon's book, we found the record that Thomas borrowed money from Pynchon and went to England. "To what I paid yo passage to and fro Engld, and for your charges (besides what I gave you) as in my pocket books sixteen pounds." (Vol. 1, Page 317). We would like to find evidence that Thomas of Westfield borrowed money to return to England to claim his inheritance after the death of his father. We also know that Pynchon hired men to go to England from Springfield to bring back goods. Perhaps Thomas also brought back goods for Pynchon. We have thought that there are probably only two reasons a young man would borrow money to return to England: 1) to bring his wife back to the new country; 2) to claim an inheritance.Thomas seems to have had financial resources in Springfield before he lost everything to John Pynchon, perhaps his inheritance!

The Massachusetts Bay Colony records transcriptions for the 5th day, 11th month, 1651, gives the following notation: "At a meeting of Mr. Richard Parker, Mr. Edward Tinge, Mr. Jeremy Houchin, Deacon Marshall and Anthony Stoddard, Thomas Noble was admitted an inhabitant." We can't find when Thomas arrived in Boston.

Of course,some of our assumptions are just that "assumptions," but perhaps someone out there has also been able to trace Thomas back to London. Ted descends from son Mark. We have researched his line down to our family, including the families of the wives. We will be happy to share our info with anyone who is interested. We are trying to complete the Sylvester and Nancy Noble family in St. Albans, Vt. Guy C. Noble, born in 1933, is our "most wanted" at this time.
Ted and Freda Noble

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Genealogy.com
Noble Genealogy
Author: Lucius Boltwood
Call Number: R929.2 N752
The Descendants of Thomas Noble of Westfield, Massachusetts who came from Europe.
Bibliographic Information: Boltwood, Lucius. Noble Genealogy. Np:Np.Nd.

"1. THOMAS NOBLE was the emigrant ancestor of the largest family in the United States, bearing the name of Noble. He was born as early as 1632, probably in some part of England, and died in Westfield, Mass., Jan. 20, 1704, . at least 72 yrs. His exact origin and early history are involved in obscurity, the place of his birth, the names of his parents, and the year in which he came to this country, being alike unknown..."

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APPARENTLY THERE IS NO VALID EVIDENCE AVAILABLE AS TO THE PARENTS OF THOMAS NOBLE.
Added by Jim Kimble on Jul 17, 2015 3:50 PM
Bill Paschal
RE: Clayton Elmer Gaspar #130461678
Hi Bonnie, Happy to help
Added by Bill Paschal on Jul 17, 2015 11:40 AM
Ltown961
Request for photo
I researched yor request for Benjamin Grandy at Glendale Cemetery in Cardington, Ohio. I have a book with all of the stones up to 1987. Benjamin does not have a marker listed. The genealogical Society put the book together and I believe it to be complete. Sorry wasn't able to get a photo for you..LTown961
Added by Ltown961 on Jul 14, 2015 7:58 PM
muggah
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Hi Bonnie,
I see that Lydia Jane Marshall White was your GG Grandmother and she would have been my GG Aunt. Our records differ on her mother's name, however. I've requested an edit on this record, which will link to the parents John and Barbara (White) Marshall, buried in Union Corner, NB Canada. John and Barbara raised their family in Union Corner, NB, a tiny community amazingly close to the US Canadian border. I live just 4 miles away as the eagle flies, on the US side and have been researching this family since 2003. Also, I don't have the name "Rosella" anywhere in my research. Can you tell me what source this was obtained from? I'm also pretty close to Lydia's gravesite, so hopefully I can make it over there to take a better photo before the snow flies! Let's talk! Thanks for all you efforts...looks like you're a busy woman on this site!
Added by muggah on Jul 09, 2015 4:30 AM
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