|Allen Bankson (#46841667)|
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Allen, My Maternal Grandmother; Sarah Margaret Hill or Margaret Sarah, Maggie/Hill married Ben Franklin Jordan, surname of my Mother. Sarah's father was James B? Hill, sp:Milly Daniel#2, and Mary Elizabeth Daniel or Daniels. Then family continues to William Hill then to Jonathan Hill and NANCY BANKSON. Who is your Bankson Ancestor?? Thank you for your information and service to others who are searching for the burial places of our loved ones. I realy love finding the where and when of my ancestors.
Sincerely and Respcetfully, Shirley B
|Dan Oh||Foster Rigg|
Also sent this for inclusion on his entry.
August 15, 1893
Riggs - Stewart - June 1, 1893, by Rev. C.S. Mervine, Mr. Foster Rigg, of Andrews Bridge and Miss Ada Stewart, of Georgetown, all of Lancaster County.
Daily Local News
August 4, 1945
Foster H. Rigg
Foster H. Rigg, of Frazer, died early this morning in the Memorial Hospital of Chester County, where he had been a patient for about four weeks. He was in his 76th year.
A carpenter by trade, he had been retired for a number of years.
Two daughters, Lydia, wife of Charles Bracken, of West Grove, and Anna, wife of Jack McGinley, of West Philadelphia, and a son, Worrall Rigg, of Merion, survive. There are eight grandchildren living.
RIGG- Of Frazer, Pa., on Saturday, Aug. 4, Foster H. Rigg, in the 76th year of his age.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral services at Mauger's Funeral Home, 24 Monument ave., Malvern, on Tuesday, Aug. 7th, at 2 p.m. Interment in Frazer Presbyterian Cemetery. Friends may call Monday evening 7 to 9 o'clock.
Added by Dan Oh on Nov 19, 2014 10:28 AM
|Dan Oh||Ada Rigg|
I sent the following for update:
Daily Local News
July 8, 1946
Mrs. Ada E. Stewart Rigg, widow of Foster H. Rigg, formerly of Frazer, passed away Saturday afternoon after a lingering illness, in a West Philadelphia convalescent home, in the 78th year of her age.
She was a member of the Chester Valley Grange at Devault, the Ladies Aid and Missionary Society of East Whiteland Presbyterian Church of Frazer.
Surviving are the following children, Anna, wife of John A. McGinley, of West Philadelphia; Worrell A. Rigg, of Merion; Lydia I., wife of Charles C. Brackin, of Cochranville. Also eight grandchildren and one great granddaughter, Barbara Ann McGinley, of Mt. Joy.
RIGG- Formerly of Frazer, Pa., on Saturday, July 6, Ada Emma, widow of Foster H. Rigg, in the 78th year of her age.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service at Mauger's Funeral Home, 24 Monument Ave., Malvern, on Tuesday, July 9, at 2 p.m. D.S.T. Interment in Frazer Presbyterian Cemetery. Friends may call this Monday evening, 7-9 o'clock.
Added by Dan Oh on Nov 19, 2014 10:07 AM
|Linda (Crago) Stahl||RE: Lewis F Baker|
The Lewis F Baker who was my great g. uncle was married to my aunt Sadie Camp. I have not located her grave at this point but I am pretty sure the photo you submitted is him. I do not have a way to submit photos to Find a Grave unfortunately. The photo I have I believe was take at the time if his marriage to my great great aunt.
|Linda (Crago) Stahl||Lewis F Bakee|
Allen, I am just not certain is the same person. I know when my great aunt married him, he was w widower. He had I was told a furniture store. He married my great great aunt in 1895. Her name was Sarah Camp Baker but I don't know where she is buried. Linda
Just don't have enough information, hope I can find out if is same as your Lewis Baker at some point.
|Linda (Crago) Stahl||Lewis F. Baker|
You posted photo of L. F. Baker. Would you be related to him. My great aunt perhaps was his second wife. The dates seem to match. I also have a couple photos of him. My aunt had told me they had lived at Roscoe, PA
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer|
Hello again Allen,
WOW fastest turnaround ever!
Thank you for your generosity in transferring Blanch Florence Stringer Smiley to my care. I have successfully connected her with family and children. As I receive more information, I will add it to Our shared memorial.
With sincerest appreciation,
|Jessie Brabham||RE: Pardee Family|
That's good to hear. Please contact me at my regular email if you would and send me a phone # for you via email. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Jessie Brabham||RE: Julia Gay Pardee|
Thank you Allen.
This information was the last that I needed. I really appreciate you sending it. Right now they just lack a death certificate and then I can send the application in to Plymouth. Are you any relation to that family?
|Jessie Brabham||RE: Westanna McCay Pardee|
Thank you Allen,
I haven't been able to find her parentage. I appreciate you giving me that info. In the Mayflower paperwork, we have to note parentage of the spouse. Another spouse, Julia Gay, 2nd wife of Orrin Pardee is another one that I'm stuck on finding that info. I have the picture of Orrin's gravestone but nothing on his wives. I found Julia's death in the Sharon Burying grounds index. Do you know this family? You've got a lot of credits. I enjoy being able to find a picture for someone. I've even had people find some for me when I'm doing an application.
Thank you again.
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