|Judy Glanville (#46986250)|
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I've been very interested in Genealogy since 1995, following the death of my mother. She had been the Genealogist in the family for 35 years, and compiled information on her family lines, traveling all over the United States and quite a bit of Europe, interviewing relatives, researching Libraries, Historical Societies and Court Houses, and writing it all out in long-hand.|
I'm now picking up the threads. I discovered Findagrave and am hooked.
I am interested in family research, antiques, Horticulture and Photography. I love amimals more than anything possible, am an amateur Photographer, and adore nature and the outdoors.
I live near Ithaca, New York.
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|Norma Doolittle||RE: Burdick Homestead Cemetery|
It was a beautiful sunny day when I went. I'm so glad they updated the directions to the cemetery so it would not be confused with Finch Hill Cemetery which is down the road. I knew you would like the inscription which was taken along with the crayon rubbing. My connection with the Burdick name is Abigail, Truman Whipple Sr's first daughter, who married Billings C. Burdick. I followed the Billing Burdick's back into Rhode Island and I actually saw what I thought would be the "S" connection but I didn't record it because the Burdick link is only through the one marriage as far as I can tell. I looked for it again this week. If and when I come across it, I will be sure to e-mail you.
|John Reeder||RE: Mahala Geoghegan|
Thank you for all that you do, too. I am of the LeComptes, Beckwiths, Hubbards, Simmons, Geoghegan, Pattison and many more on my Grandmother Tallulah Williams LeCompte Reeders side.
|John Reeder||Mahala Geoghegan|
Are you a Hooper, Edmondson or Geoghegan on the male side of the marriage?
|John Reeder||RE: Mahala Geoghegan|
Thanks for adding the marriage date, but you did not link her to her third and final husband.
Link to William Geoghegan: 30983855
|richard parnell||RE: James H. Simpson|
Thanks for trying cousin Judy.Richard (Simpson)Parnell
|Candeux||RE: Hooper family|
Thanks for getting back to me; I had forgotten about that question.
Some time ago I went ahead and added the memorials for Frank Hooper and his family. He is #101259421 and his wife Mary is #101259422. There are also a number of descendents, which you can see by following the links (or going to my profile page and searching for "Hooper"). I also just linked Frank to his father Thomas.
You will notice that it was kind of dark when I took the photos for those memorials. If you are interested in better photos I can go back during the day and take care of that.
Let me know if you have any corrections or need anything else.
Added by Candeux on Jan 16, 2013 7:21 AM
While looking for the grave of Samuel Hooper (husband of Adaline Kennard Hooper) I found a site for Frank L. Hooper (1850-1918) and his wife Mary E. Hooper (1865-1906), as well some of their descendants. Is Frank L. Hooper the same person as the Franklin Llewellyn Hooper listed on your memorial of Thomas Hooper as one of Thomas' sons? I will probably create memorials and upload photos for these graves at some point, but if I can connect them with existing memorials I will probably do it sooner.
Added by Candeux on Nov 20, 2012 5:23 PM
|Sharon Willis||Gibraltar Cemetery|
We were searching for Gibraltar Cemetery in Town Point and couldn't find it. Exactly where is it, and is it accessible to the public (or do we need to ask permission from someone to go there)?
|Jerry Semprevio||Cottrell Family|
You have done some research on John Cottrell. His daughter Mary was married to a Burdick and I'm wondering if you have found any mention of Martha E. Cottrell (1802-1891) or maybe spelled Cotrall? She was buried with Billings & Eliza Burdick in Jackson Twp, Susquehanna County, PA. If you have any info on whether she was also a daughter of John Cottrell, please let me know.
|Byron Olsen||Elias Burdick|
My Grandmothers, Grandmothers, grandfather was Elias Burdick. Thank you for all that you do. I really appreciate your pictures. My daughter and I have been doing a family tree and have 871 on our tree within the last month, and she found findagrave site. It has been so helpful with names and dates as census data is not that reliable all the time. I have been doing a little research with the limited time that I have, but I found out from my Uncle that we are related to Capt. Andrew English of the revolutionary war. He was my grandmothers, grandfathers, grandmother's father. I was wondering about Elias's father Stephen and his service in the revolutionary war. Do you have information on him that you could send me. Thanks
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