|Barbara Doxey (#46556096)|
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|I am a retired teacher and I am having an interesting time finding the ancestors of my father and my husband's mother as I can go so far back with each line. Some of these people were well-known in their time and some took part in important historical events. I majored in history in college so some history really comes alive when I find relatives or ancestors of my husband and myself on the scene at important events. For all relatives both famous or non-famous I feel it is a mark of respect to make note of their lives and passing.|
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|Steven M||Benjamin M. Hartshorne (#80129913)|
He did not die in New Jersey as you mention. Instead, he was killed in action while serving in the Philippines.
Added by Steven M on Jan 22, 2015 12:28 PM
|Cheryl||Elizabeth Noyes Peake|
So sorry about the wrong information posted on Elizabeth Noyes Peake memorial. The information posted is submitted by others and I just update their memorial when given information. I am so sorry that it was incorrect. I have posted your message so others that may want to change/update it differently will see how strongly you feel that your information is correct. If you wish, I can transfer this memorial to you so you can monitor her memorial. My goal is hopefully to make sure all memorials I safeguard are accurate, but mistakes are made. Thank you for your interest in Find A Grave and making sure Ms Peake's memorial is accurate.
Added by Cheryl on Jan 14, 2015 2:51 PM
|Larry Jones||George Groat|
Was George Groat wife named Alberta and had epilepsy
|Silas Douglas||Richard Booth|
Have you ever connected the Richard Booth of Connecticut who was born around 1606-07 with a Adam Booth of Northumberland County, VA. He had a son named Richard Booth who was his first child. This Adam Booth was born about 1650, close to the birth years of Richard Booth's children in Connecticut. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Gene Baumwoll CSW||RE: Stephen B Ackerman's wives|
Thank you for helping clear up the confusion See Stephen Ackerman memorial now.
|Gene Baumwoll CSW||3rd Ackerman wife duplicate|
I find you also have created a duplicate memorial for Sarah Ann Ackerman also Stephen's wife
Find A Grave Memorial# 81236687
I sent you an email edit request for this to be deleted also.
Thank you for your kindness
|Gene Baumwoll CSW||Stephen B Ackerman's wives|
In the Ackerman Cemetery also known as Dixie Cemetery in Yorkton , NY. I am trying to clear up the errors and add names to the graves marked as ? in this cemetery. I sent you edit requests via email as you created duplicate memorials for Stephen's wives.
Amy Ackerman-Find A Grave Memorial# 81235764
Sarah Ackerman-Find A Grave Memorial# 81236028
Would you be kind and delete them. If you are family please let me know.
|hyde park girl scout||Frosts|
Hello disregard my edit as I am not sure it is correct. I found the Hudson Valley News dated June 20 2012 It lists the Frost Family history. It lists that Benjamin and Catherine had 8 children. But lists no birth or death dates.
Samuel who married Barbara Eliza Traver is the first listed.
When I get a new scanner I can scan the article to you if you would like.
~ Hyde Park Girl Scout
|Joyce Bailey||Memorial # 76006173-Mary Lent|
I have entered an edit for Mary and my source is:
History of the Lent (van Lent) Family in the United States, Genealogical and Biographical, by Nelson Burton Lent...
Mary was born 8/8/1847; died 1849.
She was the daughter of Abraham S. Lent and Mary Ann Cookingham.
|Jerry van Rensselaer||Henry v R|
Thank you very much for the transfer. <3
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