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HIVELY - STRATTON - MILES - TABER - BRAZIEL/BRAZIELL - MCCAUSLIN/MCCAUSLAND
I have tons of information on my side of the family from my father who has spent many years researching. He was a scientist so he is very meticulous and does not show anything he has not verified in some way.
BOWN - BAINES - CARNAHAN
Researching this joined family: Bown in England and Pittsburgh, Baines/Carnahan in Pittsburgh, ongoing. Much information in late 2009.
SCHAMBERGER/SCHAMBERG - RAMSPERGER
I have spent about three years (as of Mar 2009), most painstaking research of finding just one descendant who had any information at all, finding censuses on line, newspaper articles. What I have so far is slim but solid.
BRAZIEL/BRAZIELL - LAGRAVE
Most of this information has come through (after my father's research of 3 generations back) very slow results then finding a whole lode of information through Abenaki websites and through an Abenaki anthropology doctoral candidate who is researching the breaking down and the scattering of the Abenaki communities in St. Francis and the Northeast; and from one descendant who had many records and contributed original research for the Lagrave family.
BARBER - VANDERMEID - MACOMBER - CHRISTIE - REED - PITTS
On my husband's side, the information I have collected since 2007 comes from a genealogy book filled in by Ruth Barber (1886-1966) who was interested in family history; and a briefcase of notes from my mother and father in law, some from his father about family history. I have built on that through census records, church records, and cemetery records, where available and a few ancestry books, specifically Don Barber's Connecticut Barbers.
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|Patrick Arthur Teater Sr.||RE: Anna Erts birth year|
I actually took all four sides of the monument, but since the other pics that were up seemed okay - it was just the one side that was not clear.
|Zim||RE: Louisa A Bown|
Not a problem. Glad I could be of service.
Added by Zim on Apr 23, 2013 4:26 PM
|Zim||45047941 Louisa Bown|
I photographed a headstone for Louisa A Bown. Your memorial says 1909 but she died in 1935. I posted the photo on the memorial.
Added by Zim on Apr 22, 2013 8:02 PM
|Patrick Arthur Teater Sr.||Josephine birth year|
yes - it does say 1835 so I would say that it does agree.
|Patrick Arthur Teater Sr.||Schamberger headstone in St. Peters|
I have a new tablet and went out and took a new picture today at St. Peter's Cemetery. Not sure why, but the new pic is much clearer and the headstone was easier to read today.
|Alan Lathrop||Wm Worth|
Another note on Wm & Betsey. As Betsey died within three years of Wm I would "assume" that the broken stone beside him would be her. I don't know who has the cemetery records but will have to check into this.
|Alan Lathrop||Linel Worth|
Trying to catch up on your corrections and had to add what I had on Lionel Worth. We are also descended from him and have checked that cemetery many times with no luck. I have seen where someone transcribed the stones and had a lot of info. I can't imagine why they would both be missing now. This is a town cemetery but there is a small section that were Quaker families with unmarked field stones of just initials in the Quaker ways. This is from a local family genealogist; Info from John Burbank in 2010 after looking for Lionel and Martha's graves. "Alan, My notes quote Bertha Hanson's record: Lionel and Martha are buried in Green Mount Cem., Starksboro VT in the Friends section, their monument evidently erected by their children in place of the earlier plain fieldstone marker common to Quakers. She didn't specify anything other than that. F.S.Ferguson inventoried the cemetery around 1919 and he listed both Lionel and Martha so they should be there. The Starksboro Historical Society cemetery project simply refers to FSF unk (which means they did not find the stones when doing their update)."
|Norma Faller||RE: ABIGAIL WORTH|
Ran a search in Find A Grave for "The Old One" Cemeterydea in Brandon, VT. Couldn't find it, so I ran a search for all Arnold's in Vermont. I don't see an Abigail that died 6 October 1822, nor do I find a Caleb Arnold. What's the name of the cemetery again?
|Norma Faller||RE: Martha Taber nee Worth|
Yes, that is who I was referring to. Richard was my 1st cousin. Lionel and Martha had 8 children according to LDS;
William 20 June 1763-23 December 1850 who married Betty Tibbetts
Martha or Mariam 16 June 1767-? who married a Mr. Meeker
Sarah 23 November 1768-26 April 1843 who married Samuel Hill
Richard 8 September 1769-4 March 1858 who married Elizabeth (last name unknown)
Susanna 3 February 1773-? who married a Mr. Horn
Elizabeth (Betsey) 15 January 1775-1 October 1824 who married Edward Knight
Abigail 28 September 1776-? who married a Mr. Arneld
Joseph 15 August 1778-1860 who married Charlotte Ellison
I have found most graves except; Martha (Mrs Meeker), Susanna (Mrs Horn), Abigail (Mrs Arneld) and Joseph. Do you know where they are buried? I haven't traced all branches of my tree, so any help is appreciated.
|Darlene Purdy Smith||Danforth's|
THANK YOU SO MUCH - IT REALLY MEANS A LOT TO ME. <3
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