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Radki (#47147664)
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Rebecca C.
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Rebecca C.
RE: re: Elijah clark the eldest
Hi again! Looked up the Reuben situation. Yes he's listed as Jun., but so is Elijah Jun (in another list of children). Also, Reuben's kids include an Albert Jun. Sounds like more likely that these are not just parents but perhaps grandparents.

Another interesting snippet: Experience Eldredge is listed as Mrs., in one of the two wedding records I found. I'm sad there's not a more complete record! Maybe if we found the church Rev. Thomas Roby is associated with? I started looking for information on their other children, hoping I might find lists of parents and their parents, as is sometimes the case.

Also interesting looking at the threads of farmers versus seamen. Reuben is listed as a farmer, but his eldest, Grahm (17 in 1850), is listed as a mariner, and Albert Jr. in 1865, at age 18, is listed as a seaman. Interesting, the divides of who chooses seaman and who doesn't...

On Ancestry.com I'm bexxclark. Feel free to find me there, and we can exchange trees, if you like. Be well!

Added by Rebecca C. on Nov 25, 2015 4:37 PM
Rebecca C.
RE: re: Elijah clark the eldest
Hi! I just noticed this note! Gosh, I don't think I got the email notice of this message from you coming in!

This is excellent information! My father is Phillip Rogers Clark, who's the youngest son of Bruce Greaves, one of Robert Post Clark's kids (grandpa Bruce had an identical twin, Albert, who committed suicide in his 20s, I think). So, Bertha, George's wife, was my great-aunt. Their kids are my cousins once removed. Her grandkids are my cousins twice removed.

Well, I'm glad to connect around this. Let me look into the leads you're suggesting. I have had tiny successes around looking into the local Mason Lodge around Elisha Clark, Jr., as he has the square and compass on his headstone. He was a member in good standing. If any of your relatives wanted to be Masons (if male) or Daughters of the Eastern Star (female), Elisha's your ticket in to those societies.

How exciting, to find a potential other lead, with Reuben!

Happy to trade emails, if you want to reach me that way. Apparently this service doesn't give email notifications of messages! Also, I have an Ancestry.com account, which I'm moderately active with. My dad's mom's side of the family has a book on their genealogy.

Would be wonderful to solve the mysteries of the Clark men!

Best,
Bex Clark
Added by Rebecca C. on Nov 24, 2015 7:01 PM
Brice Blair
RE: William Chrigstrom 40094801
Hello Kim,
Marten contacted me this morning with a few corrections. I made the corrections to my narrative this morning. I just wanted to make sure you use the corrected information when updating William's memorial. Are you related to the Peterkin's ???
Added by Brice Blair on Oct 07, 2015 8:31 AM
Brice Blair
William Chrigstrom #40094801
Hello,
I have added two images of William's birth & christening records from Sweden. They were provided by his 1st cousin 3X removed, Marten Hedin of Sweden. Marten also provided a translation to English for the records. That translation is in the cation of one of the images. I have provided some information in the caption of the other image that was also provided by Marten. I would appreciate it if you would include this new information in William's bio. Or if you prefer, transfer the memorial to me and I will take care of it.
Thanks
Added by Brice Blair on Oct 06, 2015 11:02 AM
family historian
Emerson's
I am glad I helped you find your ancestors! I have transferred them over to you so you can manage and update them directly. If there are any others you want transferred, please don't be shy.
Added by family historian on Apr 02, 2015 4:22 PM
RabbitTrack
Winepark Judah
Thanks for the info for Winepark Judah. I have updated his wife's memorial (72202800).
Added by RabbitTrack on Nov 14, 2014 10:25 AM
Artaxerxes
RE: George Washington Hudson/ Maranda Hartwell Hudson Peavey
Thanks for your help on clarifying this.

I've asked through her memorial that you link the daughter to her mother.

Thanks again . .
Added by Artaxerxes on Jul 01, 2013 2:23 PM
Cathie Neidlinger Doane
RE: Margaret Mitchell
Yes, they are my family...thanks for editing. Yes, you can transfer if you like. I hope to get more information shortly.
Added by Cathie Neidlinger Doane on Sep 29, 2012 1:04 PM
Cathie Neidlinger Doane
Margaret Mitchell
Virtual Memorial No. 43941025

Margaret born: 27 Feb 1863, died 20 Mar 1933
Added by Cathie Neidlinger Doane on Sep 29, 2012 7:28 AM
Robin Parker
Susan Allice
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=18149358

Their suggestion:
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Background info on Susan Allice:

Susannah WOOL, b. 28 Jun 1767 Bradford, MA; and d. 27 May 1844 Bradford, MA. Daughter of John WOOL and Esther HARDY. Married Joshua Lutus ELSARS [aka Allice, Elsas, Ellis] 1 Mar 1785 Bradford, MA.

Mother of Cotton (b. 1785); John (b. 1789); George (1791-1837); and Andrew (1797-1859).

Sources: Vital records of Bradford, Mass. to 1849. This is my 5th great-grandmother.
Added by Robin Parker on Sep 10, 2012 6:37 PM
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