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|I grew up in Stamford, Connecticut and as a young girl was interested in genealogy. My mother's father's and mother's mother's families has been in lower New England and New York since the 1600's. Most of my mother's ancestors were English, Dutch, or German; they worked as farmers or tradesmen in the Sullivan and Ulster counties of New York and within Fairfield County, Connecticut. Several of my ancestors were the original settlers of many Connecticut towns, such as Hartford, Ridgefield, and Greenwich. My father's family were from Russia; they emigrated to New York before the 1900's. My grandfather, Ike Gladstone, established a grocery store around 1910 on Summer and Woodside Streets in Stamford, Connecticut, which was later operated by my Aunts Esther, Ruthie, and Fanny.|
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|Robert DeVowe||RE: Please share the source for image|
The scan is of the parish records of Caston, Norfolk and can be found at:
|Ann O||RE: Re: Thomas Joseph Cook #127055504|
I made the changes you mentioned, connecting Thomas to his father and adding the location of his birth.
Thank you for contacting me!
Added by Ann O on Oct 28, 2016 7:03 PM
|Jack Sanders||RE: Oops! Please correct...|
Oops is right! Alas, I do that mistake too often. Thanks for catching it. Now fixed.
|NoraK||RE: Sarah M Knapp Still - Memorial# 138796232|
Thank you for the information on your ancestor Sarah Knapp Still. My husband and I completed a photo history of the Vails Gate United Methodist Church Cemetery a couple of years ago. We received a lovely letter for our work from the church community. The letter mentioned it was the most complete work done since the 1960's. The cemetery is rich with history dating back to the 1700's. Sadly, we were unable to photograph a number of the very old stones as they were mostly illegible. Also, many of the graves had been moved to another part of the church grounds when construction was done a number of years ago. Unfortunately, some of the stones were badly damaged during that time. I realize there is no photo of Sarah's stone, and I assume that may be why. There are several Henry Still grave markers in the cemetery, and I can't seem to find the one that matches the date of death you provided , so I am unable to link husband and wife in the data base.
I will contact the cemetery manager and give him the information you shared. I know he will be pleased to add this information to the cemetery history data. Thank you again for providing this information.
Added by NoraK on Aug 07, 2016 9:18 AM
|Cheryl Jones Smith||RE: Please update birth date for 59451868|
I fixed the dates and transferred management to you. Thank you.
|Donna||RE: Huson / Satterlee|
no I am not related to either one -- I just live in the area.
Added by Donna on Jan 16, 2016 4:24 AM
|Rebecca & Sarah Jayne||RE: Please make a correction|
Thank you so much for the information. Are you related? Would you like the transfer? I have updated the info you gave me but would be happy to transfer if you would like.
Happy New Year,
|A.E. Collins||RE: Mary Elizabeth|
Hi. Yes, I'm related to Lizzie Nave. She was a first cousin of my maternal grandmother. However, I'm afraid I know next to nothing about Emory Huson. I think he's the Emery Huson shown in the 1860 census in Bangor, Wisconsin, and son of James P and Susan Huson. But I have not pursued his family history much more than that.
|NW Mountain Man||RE: Huson Lineage|
|the moo||RE: Permission Sought|
Thanks so much for writing! Please feel free to use any of my Find A Grave photos as long as you please credit them as "photographed by Meredith Davies."
Added by the moo on Mar 27, 2015 6:40 PM
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