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|Forestier||RE: ISAACKS & SCOTT|
I'm not sure if you are asking a question.
What you sent I have seen already, and used long ago to write my biography for Samuel Isaacks, including the step-daughter's name and approximate age at the time Esther married Sam. Anna F. Scott was 3 in 1866. On that document, what the F. stood for wasn't specified, but Francis might fit, as well as the birth date, more or less, but the death record of Frances Scott in Alameda doesn't prove it is the same person, without further research.
Perhaps the information about the census would better serve Squeak (#47437442), Esther's memorial creator. My focus was on Samuel.
Also, I can find no memorial for a Frances Scott or for Anna F. Scott. Nor do I know if she married or had another name. There is a text link to Anna F.'s father, Robert Scott, in Samuel's bio.
Thanks for your input. ~Forestier
|Belva||Taylor - Smelser|
Yes, I know Keith, he is my second cousin. His grandfather and mine were brothers.
I will definitely check out the websites you sent. Thanks!
Added by Belva on Sep 09, 2015 7:47 PM
Yes, I am related to James and Elizabeth Smelser Taylor. great great grandparents! I see I had put down their daughter's name, Julia, instead of Elizabeth. Alonzo and Julia Taylor Long are my great grandparents. I was on my way out the door when I posted it and see I had it more wrong than right.
I do have some genealogy info on the families and will certainly check over the websites you sent.
How are you related?
Added by Belva on Sep 08, 2015 9:05 PM
Hi, are you related to Jame and Julia Taylor in the Rock Creek Cemetery, Haines, Oregon? They are my great grandparents and just wondering if we are connected.
Added by Belva on Sep 08, 2015 4:18 PM
|Gravedigger49||RE: Fitzgerrell/Martin marriage +|
Below is the note you sent to me. I have no idea what it is about the link # 47158925 connects to the memorial for Elizabeth Fey Schaller which does not seem to connect to any of the other names in the note. Could you please explain why you sent this.
Fitzgerrell/Martin marriage +
Name: James J Fitzjeramen
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 23 Mar 1837
Event Place: , Gibson, Indiana
Registration Place: , Gibson, Indiana, United States
Marriage License Date: 20 Mar 1837
Spouse's Name: Patsey Ann Martin
Spouse's Gender: Female
Officiator's Name: T J Montgomery
Number of Images: 1 GS Film number: 000549369 , Digital Folder Number: 004646655 , Image Number: 00069
|Steve Ullrich||RE: Your Paternal Grandfather/My Maternal Grandfather|
I do see a resemblance. My grandfather was an only child and his parents died before he was 4 years old and was raised by his maternal grandparents. He had an uncle who had a son but I have no pictures or information of him as my grandfather didn't know he had an uncle.
|Fred Marlin||Ezra Marlin.|
Ezra had 3 other children. Laura,Sarah and Fred. Fred was my grandfather. and Walter Marlin my Dad. Just letting you know. You have done a great job here.
|Lynn Williams||Ella Wagner|
I've connected Ella with her parents as you requested. What beautiful old pictures you have added to this record of the life of a Colorado Pioneer! My own grandfather was born in 1895 in Dallas, Colorado, during the ten year period of it's existence, so his family were also pioneers of our beautiful state.
|Valarie Vine||Barbara June Jones|
I've been adding photos of markers at Newcastle. I read your memorial for your aunt Barbara and several other members of your family. Enjoyable to read.............clearly you are the "rememberer" in your family. If I ever come across her marker, I will add it.
|Kimberly G. Toelle||RE: Williams Family|
I updated some of Bruce A Williams' information per your request, but I also transferred his page's ownership/management to you so you could add your family info as you choose.
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