|FORDHAM-GETZ DESCENDANT (#46849316)|
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Began genealogical research after great aunt introduced me to the family tree at 15.|
Drove 160 miles RT to US Census bureau just after getting drivers license to read file after file of microfiche.
Discovered many long lost cousins, two half brothers, a father, an aunt and a great aunt and uncle some of which I got to too late(some passed on) This caused me to devote every spare minute on this worthwhile and challenging hobby.
Joined Ancestry.Com several years ago and have been addicted daily since.
Have now attended a few reunions and enjoy hundreds of cousins!
Plot: Northside, Row 1, G...
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|Barb||Solomon, Isadore & Dora (Racine Jewish Memorial Cemetery)|
This has been corrected. I have removed any and all links as fast as possible, to Solomon, Isadore & Dora @ Racine Jewish Memorial Cemetery.
Been informed this morning, 5 times in 1 hour, by
Dorie #47374808 That absolutely in no way is Isadore Solomon #17372428 NOR
Dora Solomon #16359164 related to Albert Solomon. She is claiming exclusive ownership of these particular Solomon's, stating these Isadore & Dora are her grandparents.
Added by Barb on May 28, 2013 2:37 PM
|MAC||Blanche Marie Carney|
Blanche Carney married into the family. Her maiden name was Hendrickson.
Added by MAC on Apr 26, 2013 8:16 AM
|Ray O||Joseph and Sarah Monkofsky|
Was unable to locate Sarah on this visit, maybe next time.
Added by Ray O on Apr 24, 2013 9:32 AM
|MAC||Stephen Carney, Jr.|
Hello! Saw your note for Stephen Carney, Jr. If all my info is right, my line decends from him to Matthew Phenix Carney, then to Martin Carney, then Moses A Carney, then Morris Carney (he doesn't have a page on this site but his wife, Blanche Marie Carney, has one). Morris and Blanche had several sons and daughters. One of the sons, Orval Carney, is my father.
Added by MAC on Apr 23, 2013 11:19 PM
|Peggy Rowe||Aaron Jacobs|
Hi, you added Aaron Jacobs. For years and years I have tried to find the parents of my Great Grandpa Jonathan Jacobs - B - 1880 in Illinois.
The 1900 Census for Hutton Coles Co Ill show him living with his future inlaws ,but I have NOT been able to acess the 1900 Census records to find his parents. - By any chance would you know
I F Aaron Jacobs might be a relative of Jonathan Jacobs. The 1880 census for Hutton show he, his father, and mother to all of been born in Illinois.
Thank you for your time. my E-Mail address is
|Kathy Londo Barnes||RE: William C. Fordham|
My Fordham line has a "mysterious" start and for years I assumed that Captain Ephriam Fordham was where my Jesse came from. I'm not so sure anymore. My line involves St. Lawrence County, NY, Clinton Co. NY, Lower Canada (Russelltown in what would become Quebec.). Probably/possibly Vermont.
Where in New York did your family settle before coming to Michigan? There was an English Fordham line that did come to Herman, St. Lawrence Co. NY, mid-1800s. The Green family was involved with them-and there are still members from the Green family in Hermon (at least as of 10-11 years ago.)
I'm in Michigan. My Fordham line, came approx. 1869ish. Better guess after 1865 (as they appear in an 1865 Beers Atlas map) & are in Michigan in 1870. Cousins of my line also came but I'd have to look up when they came. Please send me a note on my e-mail address: email@example.com
|Kathy Londo Barnes||RE: William C. Fordham|
My Fordham line isn't from Georgia. I'm not sure where you would have assumed that.
|Kathy Londo Barnes||William C. Fordham|
Being a Fordham descendant myself, I'd like to "talk" to you about your line. Kathy
|julia&keld||RE: Thank you for your photographs!|
i do not think we have any more pix left not added from that cemetery. Try to contact them directly - you can find contact details here:
If you get any plot details, we'll get the photos for you!
|Valarie Vine||Milton Mankoff (Conejo Mtn Cemetery)|
I venture out to local cemeteries and take digital pictures of markers. I just added one for Milton Mankoff, saw your note, and thought you might like to see the image. The cemetery is a little gem tucked a mile or so off the beaten track, and the day I was there was quite fresh and lovely after a much needed rainy day, the day previous. Your uncle sounds like he was a great guy!
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