|Nan Whitcomb (#46872060)|
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My time is spent researching our family genealogy and helping others with theirs. I have 4 family trees that I am working on constantly, plus I run a Family Website. |
I wish I had the time and resources to be able to walk through cemeteries and make the recordings that others do, it is such an important part of our genealogy.
I can't thank the folks enough for all the hard work they do.
Vestal Center Cemetery
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|Mary Karcher||Fanny and Joseph Davis|
Thank you for the additional information, it was greatly appreciated!
Reuben's last name is??
|carol shephard||RE: The Whitcomb Stone|
You're are welcome. I enjoy my own ancestry so much and I love helping others. Let me know if I can ever be of help again.
|Donna Davenport||Re parental links:|
Thank you for the Margaret Griffin links. It is always nice to have families linked where possible. Donna
|Marianne||RE: McFarlane/MacFarlane Stone|
Hi - I'm glad I'm able to help.
Added by Marianne on Aug 31, 2013 3:08 PM
|Mary Karcher||RE: Joseph and Fanny Davis|
Thanks for the information!
|Nate||Mary Ambrosia Delamarter Wheeler|
Added by Nate on Mar 19, 2013 8:11 AM
Requested updates all taken care of for the Delamarter's. Thanks for helping me link and clean up my Sylvan Lawn's photos and memorials. God Bless.
Added by Nate on Mar 18, 2013 8:24 AM
Could you transfer these memorials to me please: 44150285 and 44150227. These are my great-grandparents and I would like to link them to their children. Thanks very much.
Just by coicidence helping out an elderly lady who does not use a computer find her family members and revolutionary war vets, your Culver family member traces back to John Culver I of Groton CT, who by family Bible record only, was married to Mary Winthrop, a high society lady, daughter of the first governor of CT, John Winthrop Jr, son of one of the first governors of MA, John Winthrop Sr who was born at Groton Manor in England, rich and famous family. (Side note: I lived on the old Winthrop farm while working in CT for one year). John Culver I and his son John Culver II were leaders in the Rogerine sect, kind of hippies of their day by Puritan standards, always in trouble with the law, and Mary was disowned by the family because of her marrying into the rowdy Rogerines (Rogerenes). Things got so hot for the Rogerines, John Culver II took his family to (at the time) remote Morris County NJ and Schooley Mountain / Black River area.
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