|Robert HARMOR (#15941901)|
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| Born and raised in San Francisco, California, son of Arnold and Virginia (Duffield) Harmor.|
Have been trying to put together the family of HARMOR's of Monroe, New York along with extended families since June 2000. Some of the extended families Billinghurst, Burr, Dayton, Duffield, Edwards,Fairbanks, Gilbert, Harrigan, King, Sperry, Todd, Tuttle,Wolcutt,Yale and many more families from Connecticutt, Massachsetts and New York. Doing genealogy need all the help I can get and willing to share much!!
Thought I would share what I have found so far to this site of "Find a Grave".
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|Barbara Maitland||Matthew Gilbert|
Thank you so very much for providing information on this gentleman! He is my husband's 11th great grandfather.
|Liz Burdick||Hughes/ Billinghurst/Chaddock/Patchen|
Hi again Robert - Sorry I get really confused when working with these people. There are way to many with the same first names. Let me try again.
Wm Billinghurst married Julia Bryan #1. They had a daughter Julia#2 who married Samuel "Marvin" Hughes. Julia #1 married Samuel Hughes after her husband Wm died. Samuel Hugh had been married to Patty Chaddock first & Samuel "Marvin" was the son of Patty and Samuel. When Julia Ann Billinghurst #2 died - she was the wife of Samuel "Marvin" Hughes - he married her cousin Julia Patchen #3. This Julia #3 was daughter of Eliza Billinghurst and Thad Patchen.
Now if you have all that straight - GREAT.
|Liz Burdick||Hughes family|
A bit of a correction for you and our Julia Billinghurst Hughes who was born Bryan, child of Joseph & Lois (Brown)Bryan. She married Wm Billinghurst first and second Samuel Hugh/Hughes. Samuel married first Patty Chaddock.
|Mona Rhone||Thankful Bassett Yale|
You have posted the above individual to Central Burying Ground in Hamden, CT, but according to the book "Families of Ancient New Haven" by Donald Lines Jacobus, she was buried in Grove St. Cemetery in New Haven. Nathaniel Yale is also there.
Her second husband was Nathaniel Heaton and the Grove St. Cemetery has Thankful Heaton listed on their website.
There is quite a bit of information on the Yale line in the book and if you are interested, I can scan and email the pages for you.