|Linda Mac (#47062703)|
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Past President of the Mount Vernon Genealogical Society (www.mvgenealogy.org) & author of New Copies of Old Records from Hebron CT, 1708-1875 (Heritage Books, 2011) & various articles on New England genealogy.I have transcribed Litchfield County, CT cemeteries from the Hale Collection because I'm looking for 18th Century collateral ancestors in our Birge, Fox, Hatch, Holcomb, Hindman, Hunt, Noble, Peck, Thompson, Wilcox, & Willson lines. If you are related to other families in these cemeteries, let me know & I will transfer ownership of memorials with your surnames to you so you can add information and links. I have many other Connecticut ancestors in central Connecticut cemeteries, where I will also transfer memorials unrelated to our family.Most of my Connecticut memorials are copied from the Hale Collection, which transcribed all Connecticut tombstones during the Depression. The transcription is not error-free, but Hale was able to read things then which are no longer legible today.The New Hampshire entries are all from Colonial Gravestone Inscriptions in the State of NH, by Mrs. Charles Goss (1942). None are close relations of mine, so if you want to make additions or corrections, please just request a transfer.When contacting me about a specific memorial, PLEASE do so from the Edit:Corrections & Queries tab on the memorial itself. This makes it SO much easier for me to respond quickly & accurately.|
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|RealistState||John J Esposito #72795734|
Please transfer my father-in-laws memorial to me. Thanks
|Jane Umphress||Thomas Jones, Jr.|
On your memorial #34354387 for Thomas Jones, Jr. appears to be incorrect. I am showing a document written by; Richard Wilmot Comstock that "Thomas Jr., born Mar. 25, 1640 and died unmarried. Nov. 25, 1672". So having this Thomas Jones, Jr. was not married to Catherine Gammon Jones (1654 - 1683)and no children.
I will let you do the research further on this.
Please let me know the out come.
|Kathleen||btw Paine / Bradford|
I hope you take this as a compliment as my Grandma Viola was quite an Amazing Woman and My Hero. I see an astonishing resemblance in My Grandma and your profile Photograph. Could we be cousins? Thank You again,
Added by Kathleen on Nov 21, 2015 1:46 PM
Hello Linda. You are an amazing researcher it appears. My 7th Great Grandparents appear to be Elisha and Rebecca Doane' Paine. Parents show as being Thomas and Mary Snow' Paine. Elisha(65582425) and Rebecca Doane' Paine(65582558).
Again, I am Very Grateful for This, My Family Information. If there ever comes a day that you would like to find someone to care for any of These, My Dear Family connections, Please feel free to transfer to my care.
Respectively and Sincerely,
Added by Kathleen on Nov 21, 2015 1:41 PM
|Dana Van Wormer-Schreder||Edmund Hobart #34697261|
Thank for the detailed biography posted for Edmund Hobart, along with the responses from other contributors. I appreciate the discussion evolving.
65262161 you have got the name wrong this is the right Margaret Goodwin Pease and you have it the other way round
|Janis Hendrick||Alice (Roper) Davis|
For some reason, I could not use the "edit" to make a suggestion with text. It gave me a funny message. My email link is not hooked up for using with my internet, so I will try this public message method. I do not need a transfer as I am not sure of a relation to this Davis.
Hi - I ran across your memorial for Alice Roper Davis. Here is a possible source of birth date, parents, etc. I had saved. I research Davis in Maryland. Janis
"Our Maryland Heritage Book Twenty-Two Davis Families of Montgomery County, Md" Copyright 2001 William Neal Hurley, Jr. Heritage Books, Inc.
Chapter 6 pg 89
Clementious Davis c.1676
It appears possible that we are here dealing with yet another branch of the Davis family, with descendants in Montgomery and Frederick Counties. Papers in the Davis family folder file at the library of the Montgomery County Historical Society report that Clementious Davis was married at All Hallows Parish Church c. 1693 to Alice Roger, born April 30, 1676, daughter of William Roper (1640). Clementious and his brother-in-law William Roper were ship carpenters, and reportedly went pirating c.1708 on the Spanish Main. In order to avoid prosecution by the British Crown, they were said to have disappeared and were never heard from again. Clementious is assumed to have been born about the same time as his wife, or c. 1676. The papers containing the information here indicate that this branch of the Davis family moved from Virginia to Maryland c.1649, in the Puritan migration, settling in Anne Arundel County [MD]. They had children, perhaps all born in Anne Arundel. William, Clementious.
|Susanna Webber Lewis||From a fan|
Thank you for all of the work you have done. There are many of us who are moved to tears for all the work you have done. You have not only helped and honored those who have parted but those who are still living appreciate the assistance , as well.
Susanna Webber Lewis
|Donna J. Plamondon||Plamondon|
Would you please transfer #83225075 James Plamondon and #83225117 Mary Jane Rochette Plamondon to me, I have addition information on my cousins. Thank you so much. Donna
Thank you for the transfer of John Hill!
Added by Laura on Nov 08, 2015 10:32 AM
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