|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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|Anonymous||Zimri Danly correction|
Hi, If you check the 1855 census for Lyme, Jefferson, NY you will find Zimri Danly age 67 born in Conn. 8 years in Lyme. His wife Tirzah (Tercy) age 63, born in Vermont. Daughter Priscella age 34, Jane 32, Franklin age 42 (son)born Jefferson County, and Lucelia age 24 daughter-in-law.
Zimri's wife Tirzah is buried at Cedar Grove Cemetery in Chaumont.
Lucelia Holbrook 74795015 married on July 27, 1847, Franklin Danly 74788139
I also added Thomas and Elisabeth Miller for you. Have a great day. Your welcome
Added by Rose on Aug 17, 2014 2:47 PM
|Rose ||Lucretia Conkling Miller|
My local library has her year of birth as 1720.
If you put a request in for photos of headstone. I can put them in for you. I just did her husband. Have a great day.
Added by Rose on Aug 17, 2014 2:04 PM
|Dave Hansen||RE: wow!|
I am glad I could help. I'm not sure what cemetery he was in but I try to log graves everywhere I go. Happy hunting.
|Dan Currier||RE: Smith Family in Au Sable, NY|
You are correct about the cemetery... of course the day we were there, I think it was even too hot for the mosquitoes. ;-)
The following are records of my relatives which you created:
Find A Grave Memorial# 93295236 Jane Ann Smith Ames
Find A Grave Memorial# 93295638 John R Smith
Find A Grave Memorial# 93295757 Willie Smith
I would be grateful if you are willing to transfer them to me.
|Dan Currier||Smith Family in Au Sable, NY|
My name is Dan Currier and I am a direct descendent of the Smith Family in the Riverview Cemetery in Au Sable NY. Ransom Smith is my 3rd Great Grandfather and John R Smith is my 2nd Great Grandfather (mother's side). How are you related to them?
|Phyllis||Hiram W. Jones|
Like you I research family member's families which is why I looked up Hiram W. Jones. I am descended from Hiram J. and Laura Hubbard Jones and would be interested in sharing information with you. We also had a couple of other names in common.
Added by Phyllis on Jul 11, 2014 3:52 PM
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Samuel Bailey|
Earlier this summer you sent a message about the Baileys. I added it to the memorial. Thank you for sending this along, and sorry for the delay in thanking you.
|Debra Richards (Irishgirl355)||RE: James Kirk|
You are so welcome. Glad I found it. Have a great day.
|Wilford Askew||FAG App|
Maybe you should leave the door open on the Find A Grave app. You used it on a bad day for wires getting crossed and that is not the app's fault. Sounds like using the app in the cemetery would save alot of writing down info so as to enter on Find A Grave later. Take care and thanks for your time and efforts.
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