|John B. Ten Eyck (#46977254)|
| || member for 8 years, 4 months, 14 days|
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|College educated, former Marine, competitive sailor (life member since 1973 in YCHHI) and archer (state and/or national titles in both sports). Traveled in all states east of the Mississippi, TX, NM, CA, Nationalist China, Japan, Mexico, Bahamas, Hawaii, Midway Is., Guam and have made plans for Scotland, July 2009 "Gathering of the Clans". Yes, I have slowed down to cruise control, but very active in my local Scottish Society/ traditions, and attire, (small partner in a Highlands, Scotland estate), several Historical/ Genealogical societies. Life member in one Historical Society.|
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|Marcia Shears||RE: Olive Couch HONEYSETT|
I have added the following to her bio.
Olive Couch, wife of William Honeysett was born abt 1846 in Headcorn, Kent, England.
They were married 24 Sep 1871.
The 1880 census shows them having two children; Edmond J., born abt. 1873 in Michigan and Emily E., born abt 1878 in Michigan.
Thank you for your contribution.
|Eugene Denslow||RE: Ten Eyck - Carlyle|
I will try to get over to the Rockford and Courtland Cemetery's in the next couple weeks,
To take photos of the Grave Markers of your family members.
I will let you know what success I have in finding them and getting photos to put on Find A Grave.
Have a Great Day. ---- Eugene
|Alice Martin LaRue||RE: John M.D. TEN EICK|
You are correct...the M.D. stands for McDowell.
I checked the records of the church and saw my mistake. Plus, double checked census records and the N.J. deaths & burials. They all give his middle initials as M.D. I added more info for John and his parents. Thank you for pointing out my mistake.
|Thomas Henning||RE: Albert Buchanan d. 1879|
Well all I can say is I waited and you didn't show so I started without you!
I made the addition to Albert of his parents. Do you have any numbers I can link him to.
Thank you for sending the message. Was there any marker to photograph? I am a bit confused.
Added by Katrina on Jul 21, 2008 2:28 PM