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|Mallory Smith||RE: Dow Mallory's father|
actually, Meredith was born 1806 in Canada. (see PA census). His father John (one of three brothers)left for Canada (perhaps with cousin Benajah Mallory and his in-law, the Daytons) who formed a new colony in Burford Upper Canada in 1793. John was also married to a Travers. John was impressed into the Militia in the War of 1812, but after about six months escaped back to the US. He died at age 80 (in 1850). The historian for Benton Co NY can provide more information.)
John's brothers were Ephriam and Meredith. His father Meridah Mallory died in 1788 at the Friend's Settlement near New Jerusalem NY and his mother, Mary Barum, remarried to Judge John Dow which is how "Dow" became part of the descendant names. Judge Dow (not then a judge) had been taken in by a family in the Friends Settlement when he fell ill...though he was not a member of the group...and neither was Benajah Mallory who had married Abiah Dayton, daughter of the Friend's Scout Abraham Dayton(h/o Abgail Coggswell) who had helped locate the Friends' Settlement in NY.
Mary's mother, by the way, Elizabeth Skiff, had been abandoned by her husband. and, yes, Mary was a relative of PT Barnum.
|Lois Campbell||Stjernquist Headstone|
Thank you for adding the photo of Anna Tobina Olsen Sternquist's headstone. Anna was married to my dad's paternal uncle, Louis Ferdinand Sternquist.
I would love to hear from anyone related to this family. I maintain the Sternquist/Stjernquist Find A Grave memorials listed for Beverly Cemetery. Please contact me via the link provided in the edit tab.
Lois Sternquist Campbell
Thanks so much for filling the request for Charles Stjernquist. I really do appreciate it. ;)
|Elaine White||RE: Graham gravestones|
Thanks for the offer to go back, but don't make a special trip. If ever you're out that way, if you wouldn't mind taking a picture and sending it directly to me, I'd really appreciate it.
I also heard from someone else that the headstone for Sabina Graham was laying on the ground. Did you see that one?
The Graham-Smith headstone would be a nice picture to have for future use, as I'm not sure where the Smith's come into the family, but will now be a new adventure to pursue. Isn't this stuff fun to do?
|Elaine White||Graham gravestones|
Thanks so much for the photos!
I have a question...I noticed that three pics were put on Eliza Grahams memorial, but none were of her gravestone. Is she not there?
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