|Audrey Quinn Porter (#47005894)|
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Born and raised in Darlington Wisconsin. My fathers family has resided in Lafayette County since the 1850's. My mothers side of the family immigrated from Switzerland in the 1920's. My dad's family is Irish, Scottish and English. My revolutionary ggggrandfathers who immigrated from Wales and England ended up in Clearfield & Centre county Pennsylvania. Their descendants moved to Iowa and Wisconsin. I love the mystery of searching for my ancestors. Feel free to copy any of the pictures I take. I take them to help others who are researching their ancestry. If I have added someone that is not my direct ancestor I am always willing to transfer.|
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|Barry Jacobson||RE: Lucinda Christianson|
Even after two marriages it appears she had no children. I would be happy to accept Lucinda's memorial.(# 101202720)
Audrey...was just wondering if you are related to the descendants of Timothy Quinn, who is buried in the Old St. MAtthew's Cemetery in Shullsburg. His sons Morgan and Richard are buried in Gratiot Catholic Cemetery. Another descendant was "Doc" Quinn of Darlington who delivered my father when he was born. One of my very good friends was Edward Raymond Boyle, Jr. ("Eddie") who was descended from one of the Quinns who moved north into upper Michigan. My own family in Lafayette Co. begins with the Sullivan family who arrived at present day Shullsburg in 1828. As you are from Darlington you will no doubt be familiar with the name McDonald. My Grandfather, Thomas Patrick McDonald, left Darlington during the Depression to find work in Madison with his young wife and toddler son. My Grandad's sister Katherine McDonald worked in the bank for many years. Their brother Frank McDonald had a large family, two of whom were the late Terry and Dan McDonald. My Grandpa Tom had nine siblings, and HIS father Tom senior was the youngest surviving child of a family of 11, so there are a lot of us scattered about! Best wishes.
Thank you so much for taking the picture of John McQuaid's headstone 96901794. I was so disappointed to learn that I had passed just a few miles away from the cemetery on my visit back there 10 years ago; and thus wasn't able to look for the headstones. No one I asked knew where the cemetery was.
Added by DKMac on Oct 27, 2013 9:14 AM
|Robi StoneCypher Green||RE: Transfers|
Thanks! Much appreciated. Robi
|Robi StoneCypher Green||RE: Union Grove Rowley's|
Thank You so very much for the Rowley & Neff Transfers! Check back in a few days, when all biographies will be written and all these memorials updated.
You are awesome!
|Johnnie Zollinger||Thanks Again|
Thank you again for the Rowe Transfers, you should have a revolving thank you note from me!! lol
|Robi StoneCypher Green||Re: Rowley Transfers|
Thank You! Much appreciated. I am related to all of the Rowley's and Neff's you have in your care. Thank you for creating the memorials and all your great work on this site. For now, I will leave them in your care. Thanks Again. Robi
|Johnnie Zollinger||Thanks Again|
Thank you so much for the Rowe transfers!!
|H1||RE: Union Grove Riemer's|
That would be great! Thanks.
Added by H1 on Sep 24, 2013 2:12 PM
|JnJSchober||RE: Knorr Obits|
You are welcome. When I see your name I know you will take care of any edits very promptly. Thanks for all you do..!!
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