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|Pat Mishico - Bushnell descendant, retired from medical profession and currently Archivist for a local Historical Society.Would be pleased to transfer non-relatives memorials|
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|Benita Steyer||Borden Family|
Would you please link John Borden # 102715182 and Mary Cone Borden # 51027895 with their children: Mary "Polly" Bushnell # 51114326, Asahel Borden #32285305, and Russell Borden #24429330.
John and Mary Borden are my 6th Great Grandparents. Thank you!
|Paul E Twist||St George Memorials|
Thanks for transferring the St. George's family history. Another mystery solved in my tree- in my Emmel line of the family
All the best
|Jane from MI||Samuel Chappell|
Thank you for making and transferring the memorial for Samuel Chappell. Jane from MI
Thanks so much for the transfers!
Added by janicet on Dec 27, 2012 7:32 PM
|linda northrop||david northup|
hello thank you for this info. i have been searching for our david for along time he says in his rev war papers he was born in northkingstown rhode island and he was married to sarah harrington and he lived in mass, granville ny,vermont,onondaga co ny,erie co ny then huron co. ohio he was born nov 29,1752 he doesnt state who his father was his son was joseph wanton northup he did state his son in laws in his rev war papers it proves what the family paper states they say he died in 1835 in ohio ?? this is where my confusion comes in. he doesnt match up to the one in sherman conn. but if you follow the thomas and johanna leach line he is in vermont around the same time as them. says he had a brother stephen who was a sea captian, sister abigail reynolds, and freelove cutter, he had several daughters that i have the names of also with birth and death dates. i dont know if he has been mixed up with another david or not. but the book leaves before the wind which consuelo northrop bailey writes mentions this family line and includes a david and mentioned he was living in conn before they migrated to vermont on may 15,1792 ??? i do have the northrup northrop book have traced that line back. thank you linda northrup sturgill
|Ted Schmitz||Thank You!|
Thanks so much for the Williams transfers -
|SueMac||RE: Albert Baker|
Hi - Thank you for the info on his place of burial- he was born about 1815 in CT. His wife Caroline was the sister of my great great grandfather. Transferring would be great - thanks very much. Sue
Added by SueMac on Aug 03, 2012 8:45 PM
|SueMac||Caroline Ives Baker|
Thanks very much for posting the grave of Caroline Ives Baker. I have been looking for her - she was the only one of Mineas Ives' family who remained in CT. The other six of his grown children and their families went 'west' to Illinois (and later to Kansas) around the time of the Civil War. Do you by any chance know if her husband, Albert Baker, is buried in the same cemetery as well?
Thanks again, Sue
Added by SueMac on Aug 03, 2012 3:08 PM
Thank you for the Persons and Terell transfers. More importantly Thank you for creating the memorials in the first place!
|McKenzie & Comber Families||RE: John Wilder & Parents|
That would be nice, thank you. JoeAnn Contributor #46868388
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