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Kevin Thomas Purkaple
Nancy (Thomas) Alsup (b. 1806)
Thanks for the pic!

- Kevin Purkaple, 17
Gladstone, MO 64118
Added by Kevin Thomas Purkaple on Aug 23, 2014 6:43 PM
Don Benson
Emma Snyder
Thank you for posting the picture of my GG Grandmother Snyder. Her first husband by GG Grandfather was Jesse Snyder who passed away in 1901 from Typhoid Fever.
Don
Added by Don Benson on Aug 23, 2014 1:35 PM
Elizabeth Davis
RE: Lucy Stone Willson info
I think most of what I know comes from collaboration on ancestry. The marriage date comes from "marriage record for Abner Willson and Lucy Stone was found in Vol. C, page 62 of the Chester Town Records" which was probably online. The burial info felt like a giant find at that library. There isn't much about Hamburg/Orchard Park at that time. If you need documentation, I'm sure you're frustrated. It gets worse though. That file card didn't actually match the book. I couldn't actually find Lucy in the book even though the card indexed her there. Every code matched up. I could swear though that her death was listed in another book (paperback) in the library. I believe it only listed the year, and she was one of the only Willsons mentioned. I hope this helps. (I'm descended from her brother-in-law Abijah who died there in 1813, and he's even more difficult to track.)
Added by Elizabeth Davis on Feb 02, 2013 11:06 AM
Barbara HARMS Craig
RE: Weatherwax photos
THANKS, I will check it out.
Added by Barbara HARMS Craig on Oct 07, 2012 8:34 PM
Barbara HARMS Craig
Abraham and Susan Weatherwax
THANKS SO MUCH for adding Abraham and Susan Weatherwax's tombstones to there memorials.
Added by Barbara HARMS Craig on Oct 07, 2012 7:30 PM
 

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