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|Blake Andrews||Abraham Amsden III|
Hi, I'm doing some family research on the Amsdens. I have a cousin who would like to join the DAR through her Amsden line. You have a lot of information on them. We were out at the cemetery yesterday and could not find Abraham. Can you give me any information what section he is buried in? Thanks.
|SusanG||RE: Re: Joseph Clark Gallaher|
Oh great! Thank you so much for confirming the information and connecting them. I appreciate it very much.
Added by SusanG on Jan 27, 2014 1:35 PM
|SusanG||Re: Joseph Clark Gallaher|
I think that you are directly related from Joseph Clark Galleher (your Memorial) based on the photo of his daughter Lucy you attached to her Memorial. I believe that your Joseph was one of the sons of James W. Galleher # 50327962 and his wife Elizabeth B. "Lizzie" Rhodes # 50327963. Joseph was the uncle of my great aunt. Joseph's siblings were George T. Galleher, James Henry Galleher, and Lily Galleher Vanderhoff, if he was the son of James W. and Lizzie. I was hoping you could confirm this information for me and connect Joseph to James W. and Lizzie if they are his parents.
Thank you for your help.
Added by SusanG on Jan 27, 2014 12:41 PM
A thank you:
Added by AMB on Aug 05, 2012 12:07 PM
You are welcome!
I added the memorial for William Jobes and linked him to his parents Daniel and Jane. I also added pictures for all of them. If he is part of your family I will gladly transfer him to you.
|Susan||another hamlin in beekman|
FYI, I found another Hamlin who may or may not be a relative, in Beekman. There's a Harriett Hamlin Bryan, wife of Amos. Born 1790. I had put her on the listing before, copied from Poucher's Old Gravestones of Dutchess county, but his listing didn't include her maiden name, which was on the stone. Thought I'd mention it in case you know who she is.
Added by Susan on Jun 16, 2012 8:28 PM
|Susan||Another Hamlin in Beekman|Added by Susan on Jun 16, 2012 8:25 PM
|Susan||RE: Salmon Hamlin|
I could. I saw that there was a previous problem reported on it. I think it all matters on the angle of the light hitting it. It's quite faint, but legible in the early afternoon light. Glad (and surprised) I could find it
Added by Susan on Jun 16, 2012 8:23 PM
I am so sorry the picture is so poor. The stone is very worn.
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