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|CSawdy||RE: Ruth Sinclair|
Which cemetery? I am not finding her.
Added by CSawdy on Jun 03, 2016 8:51 AM
|IAWA Images||Marriage Coonection and Spelling of Dr. Blanchard's 1st Wife's Maiden name.|
Wondered if you could correct the spelling of Dr. Blanchards' first wife, Hannah's maiden name, from Jeffers to Jefferies in your bio for him?
That is my Great x3 Aunt. Rev John was also my Grand Father... We are still putting together all the family links and information.
Paragraph in question.
"He read medicine with Dr. Waldo, near Auburn, N.Y., and began the practice of his chosen profession when 21 years of age, and was married in 1821 to Miss Hannah Jeffers <<<, eldest daughter of a Baptist minister. (Rev John Jefferies, my grand father).
Thank you for your time and appreciate your help.
I see that you have taken and added a photo of the marker for my parents (80202455). I won't be able to get to Michigan for some time and I can't tell you what a sense of peace it gives me to see the stone with Dad's date of death now inscribed. What a very nice thing you've done; I'm so grateful.
Thank you so much,
|James Beach||relationship to my family members|
Clara Belle McQueen 6363369 is the children of Farther Olen R. Beach Find A Grave Memorial# 68751550 and Mother Gladys E. Ruthruff Beach Find A Grave Memorial# 68751476 olen and gladys are my grandparents this is my dads George A Beach find a grave number #115285086
you may contact me if you need further information on this at firstname.lastname@example.org
|itsonlypaint||RE: Lena Meyers|
Maiden name: Bowers
Parents: Benjamin Bowers and Millie Anna Stanton Bowers
Married Benjamin Hermon Quick: 11 Aug 1902
Divorced: 1 Dec 1928
Married Myron Meyers: 7 Jun 1930
Hope this helps.
|John Collins||James and Elizabeth Smith records|
I found the death and burial info regarding James and Elizabeth Smith and am trying to source any information on their daughters and a grand- daughter. The one daughter was Florence Heard Smith born 1875 in England(husband Joseph Heard '49) living in Pennsylvania 1921 the other daughter was Sarah A. Brown Smith born 1873 in England (husband John E. Brown '74)living in Ionia, Ionia, Mich. 1910 thru 1920 originally from Keswick, Cumberland, England. The granddaughter Edna Brooks was born in Toronto Canada in 1909 daughter of Alice Jane Smith '84 and Arthur William Brooks '85 who lived in Ionia Michigan from 1910 thru 1920 and I believe Edna married a Miles Hull. Any assistance in finding links to Sarah, Florence, their husbands or Edna Brooks would be appreciated. I may be contacted at email@example.com regards John Collins son of Florence Evelyn Collins nee McKenzie '19 half sister of Edna Brooks; grandson of Alice Jane McKenzie; Heard; Brooks nee Smith born 1884 daughter of James and Elizabeth Smith.
|karen anway||RE: william H. speckin|
yes change the name to Henry
|karen anway||william H. speckin|
Emory is not the son, His name is Henry E. Speckin.
|DJ Noble||RE: A.J. Hills|
You're right! the stone for Albert has Hill for his last name, but his death certificate says Hills. The death certificate for his wife Harriett N (Boyd) also spells the last name Hills.
I have found the spelling both ways in the US Censuses, so I don't know which is correct.
Added by DJ Noble on Apr 29, 2016 2:46 PM
|Cherie_in_OC||RE: Bruce K. Hale|
Small world, isn't it! She was very talented. I was an artsy-crafty person when I was young and she helped me a lot. I used to enter a lot of stuff in the Fair. I think my sister was a pop pom girl with Barbie. Yes, I saw the photo of the stone for Bruce's memorial. Thank you. That is a pretty cool stone, I mean it's a STONE and that's cool.
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