|Elizabeth Davis (#47136292)|
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My strategy for researching is to find as much documentation as possible about all of my ancestors' brothers, sisters, and in-laws in order to find clues about migrations and adoptions when the records are sparse. Surnames and geography that usually ends in upstate New York but sometimes Ohio:|
-Cattaraugus County, New York
-Clinton County, New York
-Strong, Stoddard, Moon
-Pomeroy, Green, Hickok
-Loisel dit Sinnett
-Aten, White, Wade, Porter, Barnes, Lafferty, Grimes
-Sherrill, Huntting, Miller (Suffolk and Dutchess Counties)
I strongly believe in providing family links and removing duplicate memorials. Please send me additions and corrections.
Share, document, and share some more! Please name the photographer and date of the photograph anywhere you use these photos. You are welcome to post them or share them anywhere.
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|Sara Snell-Kirton||Wade in Cedar Cemetery Jackson county, Ohio|
I added a photo for the infant Wade plus added another Wade child that you may have more info for? I believe the name is A.W. Hattie Wade?
|Colleen McCann||Sarah Baker # 63045401|
According to the family history Baker Dozens by Norman R Baker (1952) Sarah Baker was her maiden name, she just happened to marry another Baker.
Thank you for all your great work! Colleen
|Rick Foster||Delia Lawrence in St Joseph|
Found her headstone and dates are a tad different. Birth Aug 12, 1852 - Sept 7 1886 buried next to Katherine and Thomas J Kaine in a section different than your mention. Any Relation? memorial # 82770837 photo_DSC7844
|RDLrandie||Ebenezer Green, Dorcas Grant, Ezra Moore|
See that you are interested in the above 3 people- Dorcas and both her husbands. Like you, I look at the whole family, all the sibs, aunts, uncles, children and grandchildren. So the Grant line is pretty clear, and the Green line is okay, But for the Moore line I am not even sure of Ezra's parents. I have recently found Ezra's Rev war Pension application on line, which says he was born in Pembroke NH. There is testimony from a cousin who says their fathers were brothers but does not name either one. Early Thetford Vermont records indicated both a James and a William Moore. And by 1800 there have been 2 Williams, 2 James, 1 Thomas and 1 Ezra
1790 Census VT Thetford Orange Co., VT: males 16 & +/ 15 & -; all females; all other.
James Moors 1-2-1; Thomas Moors 1-0-2; William Moors.
1800 Census VT Moor Wm 0-0-1-0-1//0-1-2-0-1; Moor James 2-0-0-1-0//0-0-0-1-0; Moor Hannah 0-0-1-0-0//0-0-2-1-1
Are you interested in this problem. My best guess is Ezra and William Jr. are sons of William, and James and Thomas are sons of James. Know a few more sourses to consider.
I'm a descendant of Col. Ebenezer Green's sister Jerusha.
|Diane McBane||Previous message|
So sorry Elizabeth...I see you set up the memorial for White but it wasn't you that requested the photo. I couldn't figure out how to delete my previous message to you..So please delete my messages!!!!! I will now click on Donna White! (shouldn't have open this before 9am lol)
|Diane McBane||Whites at Mt Carmel|
I see you requested a George White from Mt Carmel. I actually photographed the entire cemetery. I have about 10 Whites, but not a George. Although many stones are illegible.
I am still working on "reading" some of those ones. Sometimes I can change the coloring on the picture and get names.
If you want I can email you the Whites that I have...just send me your email address!
|Great Caesar's Ghost||Moore Wilson|
Thanks for sharing your research - great work.
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||Charles Nelson Strong Tabor|
Happened upon the memorial for Charles Strong/Tabor and realized there are 2 memorials for him? One you have listed in Johnson Cemetery and the other you have in Lakeview. Can you check into this?
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||RE: Dr & Mrs Wesley Strong|
Glad the found the info helpful. I will trudge on with the Davis gang! As to the 1968 payments, here's my thought.
The early records do not indicate payments for any of the lots, yet they DO list lot owners. I wonder if the descendants of those families were burying family members without paying anything to the cemetery?
Maybe Protection tried to get some money coming in by requiring family to bring the burial fees of those already buried in a given plot up to date before anyone else could be buried in that plot. This makes complete sense when you consider the payments made to your plot - 2 payments made in 1968 for 2 people that died more than 40 years part.
So Pearl, who died in 1968, couldn't be buried in Protection until the payments for the other folks buried there many years before, were brought up to date.
|stephen novell||zimri danly|
Zimri Danly wasn't a veteran of the Revolution rather war of 1812.. Fought in the battle of Sackets harbor. Listed on the payrolls 2nd Sergeant, promoted 1st Sergeant, then commissioned Ensign (Militia).
The Revolution story, is mucked up, that was by Gr Gr Grandmother Amelia Collins, Dau Issac Collins and Almina Danly who wrote that article. I have her original notes. She questioned that also. I believe Zimri he might have come from New Hampshire. His father might have been a Revolutionary veteran. Maybe... Basing this on Ancestry.com DNA relation still need..
Zimri pension and land grants are up on 3fold.
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