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|I am happy to receive information or inquiries on those whose memorials I manage. Requests by relatives wishing that I add to or modify memorials are always welcome. Requests for transfer are welcome, but if I am a direct descendant to the person in question, I would like to keep them in my care.|
Family branches I am interested in (along with all the related families):
Duncan families of 1800s Page and Boone counties of Iowa, and late 1800s of Phillips Kansas;
Dunham families of 1800s Nichols, Tioga, New York;
Fendersons of Maine, Lower tier NY state, and Iowa;
Finch families, prior to 1900s, all areas;
Harlan families of south Iowa, north Missouri;
Harris families of Boone County Iowa;
Housel families prior to 1900s, all areas;
Johnson families of Tolland, Connecticut, and Bradford, Pennsylvania;
Kelly families of Boone Iowa and into Kansas 1800s;
McNeil family of Owego, Ny and to Durango Colorado 1800s;
Overholt/Oberholtzer of Pennsylvania, into Ohio and Iowa;
Ray families of Boone County Iowa;
Sedore families of NY State, Ohio, and Iowa prior to 1900;
Stephenson and Thomas families of south Iowa;
Wait families of Rhode Island, New York State, and Iowa, prior to 1900;
Webster families of Connecticut and Bradford, Pennsylvania;
Williams families of Louisa County, Iowa, and before 1900;
Wright families of 1800 and before Tioga, NY.
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ABOUT THE CHRISTENSEN FAMILY ARCHIVES:
This is an unofficial archive of family papers, letters, a few books, and many photos (often these photos have no name associated with them). Quite often, the letters require some interpretation supported by other information, in order to correctly understand the information presented. Because of this, I am reluctant to share very much of the texts verbatim. Similarly, some of the photos have been mislabeled, so unless you know whose handwriting is on the photos, you may not be able to understand which label is correct and which label is not. With some of the oldest Finch and Wait family information, there is some question as to if we are looking at the original document, or a handwritten transcription (and I do suspect the latter of these options). So with the possibility of some of these documents being transcriptions, their source comes into question making it impossible to verify the quality of the information contained within the document without some other way to verify this information.
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|Suzanna ღ Ashworth||John Fitch|
You made a request for info. I am sight mioared and ask you to request a transfer. Thank
|Andrew L.||RE: re: Cpl. Sylvanus Dunham at Indian Opening.|
You're right sorry about that
|baird||Dorothy Wait Death Date|
I have come across a 1925 Census that has Perry Wait (48), Julia H. Wait (44) and Dorothy M. Wait (12) living in Nichols, Tioga, New York. This would contradict the date of death that you have listed here. It appears she did not die in 1923. Are there any records listed with her date of death or is that a guess from looking at the headstone. The pictures are not very clear. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Added by baird on Jul 08, 2016 2:31 PM
|deanna french||RE: FAG Permissiion|
It's posted right-- my mistake; John was the soldier--sorry
|deanna french||FAG Permissiion|
Hi John, Thank you so very much; this act of kindness is much appreciated !Deanna French
|deanna french||John C. Willey FAG|
Good evening, I am a researcher of Vermont Civil War Veterans, and am always looking for the last resting place of many of our soldiers/sailors. I am asking if you would give permission for me to share this photo of J.C. Willey's marker with the Vermont Civil War Site (vermontcivilwar.org).
Thank you for your consideration
|Grandmaeceb||RE: re: burial of Kenneth Maach|
You are very welcome!
|Geo Clinton||RE: Hans Haggardt|
My grandparents were from Denmark too. I have not had much luck trying to find things in Denmark.
I did find things about Hans but not his obituary. I have asked for some links to his kids and have linked him to his first wife. Geo
|Geo Clinton||Hans Haggardt|
Thank you for the information. I am going to look for his obituary today. Geo
|TomSam||RE: re: Magdaline Putnam Thomas|
You're most welcome. I am convinced that her name was indeed Magdalene ... this morning, I pulled "Ohio Wills and Estates to 1850: An Index". Here is the entry for her:
THOMAS, Magdalene, E1842, Scioto County, case #5040.
Added by TomSam on Apr 18, 2016 7:35 AM
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