|Lynne Mall (#47097861)|
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|I have been doing genealogy research for over thirty years. I am currently writing a book about my ancestors that served in the Civil War. I am happy to share any Civil War information with others. I have researched many New York, Wisconsin, Ohio and various other regiments. |
Family names I am working on: Seaman/s, Churchill, Putney, Jennings, Vanston. Will be glad to share information with anyone working on these families.
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|Gary Fritz||Wm. Seamans|
Lynn-I made the change. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
|DAVID CHRISTIAN||RE: Absolum Roberts Photo|
You are welcome to use the pictures.
|DAVID CHRISTIAN||RE: Absolum Roberts Photo|
Yes this is a photo of my great great grandfather Absolum Roberts.
This is the only Picture I have and was His daughter Maudes Property. Maude was my great grandmother She married John Plybon. I do have some information on the Roberts family but its not very good has the author really mixed people up .
But will be glad to answer any questions I can
|kswh||RE: Carl Seamans|
Parents are John C. And Leonardo Seamans. I saw the photos you posted for the Cortland Cemetery. Did you post the data also on the children. I would like to find descendants of Carl Seamans. I am writing a book about the Seaman/Seamans ancestors during the Civil War and would like to ask some questions of the descendants.
Please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or my ancestry account contact.
--I had already linked Carl's parents. I looked them up in censuses then the cemetery listing and that's why I added Carl. I will find Carl's grave and add pics there when the snow goes away and I can get in the cemetery. :-)
I did add the children listed on the stone. Did you know that you can link John and Leonardo as spouses on their pages?
Added by kswh on Dec 25, 2012 2:15 AM
|Donna Ruhland Bonning||RE: Annis and Hezekiah Grave Markers|
I'de be happy to let you use my pictures for your book. I appreciate you asking and for giving me credit as well. It's nice to see that some people actually read my profile page!!!
Out of curiosity, could you tell me Annis & Hesekiah's last name? I'de like to see if i did a half way descent job taking the pictures :)
|naekat70||RE: Crook Family|
I sent a reply to your e-mail. You may want to check your Spam box in case your provider filtered it to there. I made an obvious notation in the subject line.
Added by naekat70 on Jan 24, 2012 3:46 PM
|Sparky||RE: Thomas I. Lake Photo|
I was happy to help you out with the photo of Thomas' headstone! Please feel free to use the photo for your family album if you so choose. Good luck with your family research!
Added by Sparky on Aug 06, 2011 3:57 PM
|brianz190||Lewis E. Seamans|
This is the Lewis who died at the Barracks Hospital in New Orleans. It even says so on his stone. A lot of towns had programs set up to retrive there war dead and thats possibly how he got back here, Or possibly the family took care of that. Whichever way, he's back home. It's just that the other Seamans you have requests for aren't in his immediate family. Of the other 4 you have listed 3 are brothers and sisters and Albina is the wife of William. They and The Lewis in Conn. do share the same great grandfather as I said in the last message. I'll send you the original photos one at a time as there very high resolution, take time to open, and could even lock up an older computer if I were to send more than one in the same e-mail. I'll also see if I can take and send you a screen shot of there genealogy pages so you can see the links. Good Luck with your book.
|brianz190||Photo Request Lewis Seaman|
Hi Lynn, Good news is I filled your request, Bad news is I'm not sure he's the Lewis you were looking for. Seeing your other requests I tend to think you believe there brothers and sisters. This Lewis isn't in that same family although Isaac and Lewis share the same great grandfather, Thomas Seamans 11 Apr 1746 - 08 Dec 1824. I think that because the birthdate on your Lewis doesn't match the one I filled the request for. Going by the dates on his stone, the Lewis in Killingly should have a birth Date of 09 Aug 1841. I do have the photos of his parents and a sisters stones in the same cemetery as his if you want me to post them. Silas Seamans, Alvira S. Unknown 1808 - 08 Mar 1873 and his sister Sarah A.E. Seamans 04 Oct 1839 - 01 Sep 1911, with her husband Charles H. Forbes 1847 - 1906
there was no deloss but i took all the seamans there were quite a few..do u want me to email them to ya..taryn
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