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I've enjoyed working on my family tree and helping others with their research for many years. I am a member of several genealogy organizations and the DAR. It's important to preserve the family history provided to us by cemeteries. Besides looking for my own family names, I also like to record military graves and the older headstones before they are no longer readable. |
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Jerry Van Rensselaer contacted me regarding 2 websites for Evert Wendell who is directly related to me through Jeronimus his father. Your website memorial # 63381144 and a transferred memorial to me #84357667 set up originally by Colleen. Possibly these could be combined and transfer yours to me. Let me know.
|Thomas Toohey||Murray, Edward|
Thank you for posting a picture of the grave of my great uncle Edward Murray(d.1894)in the St. Agnes Cemetery. Are you related? Edward was fireman who died of a heart attack on the way to a fire. His widow Elizabeth lived until 1899 and was cared for by a niece who was her heir. Their daughter Anna died in infancy. Also in this grave is Edward's Aunt, Mary Murray Maguire and her daughter and son-in-law.
|Don DeWitt||Woolverton pics|
Thanks so much
Your efforts are appreciated
|Lynne Kramer||Casper Van Hoesen|
Please link Casper Van Hoesen (30859402) to his correct parents, or if you would rather transfer to me, I can revise it. His father is Isaac Van Hoesen (59700885) & his mother is Elizabeth (59701096).
Thanks so much,
|Robert Doughty||RE: Any family connection|
I'm having difficulty finding information on my Hodgkiss/Hotchkiss family in Athens, NY in the early 1800's and looking for another family researcher who may have helpful hints.
Bob Doughty in Seattle
|Robert Doughty||Any family connection|
Hi Marte. You see to have a lot of information about Thomas Perry. Are you relayed?
Bob Doughty, Seattle, Washington
|Gretchen Wurth||Bogardus Line|
There is proof in the actual images found in the Dutch Reformed Church Records Albany, NY Vol II Book 2 (can be found on Ancestry. com) of the children of Anthony Bogardus. His son Pieter was baptized 21 May 1716. Pieter is my Ancestor.
I'm working on this brick wall because so many of the Bogarduses in the DAR GRS are red flagged! Many of the trees online are very messy and inaccurate. Feel free to contact me as I'm working to prove my Pieter (Peter) a Patriot for the Rev War in DAR.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
|Bonnie Huish||Thomas Day|
Wow thank you so much for locating his burial location and forwarding it on to me. Greatly appreciated!
Thank you for the transfer Marte!
Added by Jeanne on Feb 08, 2015 2:54 PM
|Don DeWitt||Woolverton pic|
thanks so much for your efforts
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