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Netlace (#47455734)
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Roberta Zieske
RE: Fastje
Thank you, my Find A Grave number is 47206596 My g-grandmother was a Fastje so I am interested in following her line. Roberta
Added by Roberta Zieske on Apr 08, 2013 1:05 PM
hem
Anne Winslow
What and who was her relationship to the Daughters of the Revolution, if I may ask? Its exciting to share again.
Added by hem on Feb 21, 2013 9:49 PM
hem
A. Stumbaugh
Yes, I believe you are correct my genealogy line had correct date, but used paper date on grave data sorry. He only has Military stone no dates . Tks
Added by hem on Feb 21, 2013 9:44 PM
hem
Hannah Stumbaugh
Her tombstone states," Hannah, wife of A, Stumbaugh died Oct. 21, 1894 aged 63 years.
I was lucky we were at cemetery in 1990 and took pictures at graves and also Derious family information.
So these are the dates I show. Hope that explains what I have.
Sorry slow to get stuff to you as its tax time and have several children and grandchildren that need help and that requires my computer.
Added by hem on Feb 21, 2013 9:20 PM
hem
Mary Catherine Stumbaugh
yes, I have information on her. She was my great grandmother. Is there some way I can contact you? I would love to compare notes. You are first person I have ran over researching this family. A Hem
Added by hem on Jan 07, 2013 4:50 PM
ADD
RE: Gottlieb Spiegel
Hi,

I did not submit the image, suggest contacting the contributor of the image.
Best regards.
Added by ADD on Nov 23, 2012 11:33 AM
Cindy
RE: You
Thank you so much for your kind words. I really enjoy finding the stones, and the many stories that are relayed to me about the people who were laid to rest there, although some have brought a tear to my eye. I am looking forward to cooler weather. Take Care :) Cindy
Added by Cindy on Jul 28, 2011 9:18 AM
Marcy
RE: Betsey Williams Winslow
Noted and changed the date...was filling in several dates at the time....had the date correct in my PAF [Personal Ancestry File].
Thanks for noting this error. I still would like to see your family tree.
Added by Marcy on Jul 24, 2011 8:14 AM
Marcy
RE: Betsey Williams Winslow
Hello--I am currently on ancestry.com. This Betsy Williams Winslow was born in 1787 in New Hampshire married Nathaniel Winslow, born in 1775
also in New Hampshire and died in 1852 in Maine.
If you've seen the death on Betsy, it was 1876 in Friend, Saline, Nebraska. Betsy & Nathaniel married in 1803 & had 9 children It seems as though Betsy traveled from Maine, to Wisconsin, to Nebraska with family...especially her daughter Sobriety Winslow Howard....her husband, John Howard died from an accident in Wisconsin. Sobriety of course traveled with the Witham Family as far as Nebraska...her daughter Lovina was married to William J."Billie" Witham. Betsy and Nathaniel's youngest child was named Elizabeth, she was born in 1825 in Maine and died in 1852; she was married to Samuel S. Stephens in 1845; Samuel was born in 1825 in Massachuttes and died in 1906 [they had four children. One son of Betsy & Nathaniel,Stephen,
who was married to Nancy Howard also had 9 children...the youngest also being Elizabeth
"Betsy" Winslow married to Dell Parker
...possibly later married to ?? Folsom. I do hope this all makes sense...if you have other information, please send. My email address is: momdah@charter.net


Added by Marcy on Jul 23, 2011 5:15 PM
KAHD
James McGlothlin
Thank you for taking the picture of the headstone for me. I really appreciate it.
Added by KAHD on May 17, 2011 7:23 PM
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