|John Livingston (#47456854)|
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I am primarily interested in my Missouri ancestors the Kennedys, Gibsons, Sittons and Livingstons who settled Warren County in 1807 and 1811; also the Judge family in St. Louis and the Waters family who settled Axtell, KS.|
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|Randy Crane||RE: Elizabeth Waters Flaherty|
Unfortunately I do not have any additional information on Jimmy Flaherty. I probably did obtain that birth date from you, but I didn't know that he and your grandmother used to "kill the whiskies" together. I sure hope it was Irish whiskey! HAHA Anyway, I have no idea what happened to him, or for that matter his mother Lizzie. I haven't been able to find a death certificate for her, or a headstone or much of anything at all. My dad's cousin Mary Ann who is 87 now, told me once she remembers when she was a little girl that she got a brand new red leather suitcase for a trip and Aunt Lizzie sat down and rested her feet on it and ruined it. To this day these two stories are the only recollections I've heard about Lizzie Flaherty.
Finally heard back from the church, I'll be submitting edits. I'll send you a copy of the letter via email.
Added by mlb on May 04, 2016 4:50 PM
|mlb||RE: Lucy Clarkson|
Great to hear from you and to learn you are related to my husband.
I'm not sure how George Brady and Lucy Clarkson met. George grew up in Oregon, went to college in Michigan. George Brady and Lucy lived first in Oregon, then later moved to Philly. Some of their children were born in Oregon, and others were born in Philly. After Lucy and 2 children died in Philly, George took his daughters back to Oregon.
The children of George and Lucy were:
Mary Margaret Brady (1885-1927) (Oregon, Philly)
George Brady (1886-1892) (B: Oregon, D: Philly)
Winnie Brady (1889-1893) (B: Oregon, D: Philly)
Gertrude Brady (1892-1928)(B: Philly, D: Oregon)
Lucy Estella Brady (1897-1950)(B: Philly, D: CA)
Their daughter Winifred is buried at Holy Cross is Lucy's daughter. I don't have a death date yet for Winifred the sister of Lucy, she may be buried there too.
I have been working to get death dates, locate burials and make links. Just in the last couple days, I have linked up some more of the siblings. PA death certificates are imaged on Ancestry.com...
Yesterday, we sent off requests to the Philly Catholic church for marriage and baptism records. When received, I will add these to the memorials, and be happy to send also to you directly. (Could take 2 months I read.)
We are really hoping that George and Lucy married in Philly, that there is a marriage record and that it lists parents names. George was an orphan, and all other records are coming back a dead end.
I'll send you our names, email etc to your personal email.
Added by mlb on Feb 18, 2016 12:55 PM
|mlb||John Joseph Clarkson & Mary Ann Manning|
Clarkson/Manning family of Philadelphia. I saw you added a picture of their son George. I was wondering if you are related to this family?
If so, I wonder if you have any Parish records for this family or know what Parish they attended in Philadelphia. I am trying to obtain a marriage record for their daughter Lucy Clarkson's, who married George Brady. If the Parish they attended is already known, that will help with the research.
Added by mlb on Feb 15, 2016 12:57 PM
|sharon howell||Judge family in Calvary|
I finally got the photos for you of the Judge family in Calvary. I posted a photo of the lot and then a photo of each marker. Arthur and Julia Judge were easy to figure out due to them having their own markers with names on it. Kate has a marker but her only says Mama. There is another marker that says Grandma. I am not sure as to who that one is. I do not get to the cemetery before the office closes on Saturdays, so I was wondering if maybe you can call the office and ask them to look up who that marker is for. If you look at the lot shot, it is the marker that is next to the tall one for Sylvester Clark. Here is the number to the cemetery. The guys in the office are really great about answering questions.
5239 West Florissant Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63115
|sharon howell||Judge family in Calvary|
I will gladly do the requests for you. It will be a bit before I can get to them. Hopefully next weekend it will not be raining and I get do some requests.
|Regina Van Berkum||RE: Wedemeier, John & Hulda|
Thank you for contacting me. I would love to have anything that you are willing to share. The line of Wedemeier's can be very hard to trace. I am at a point where I have hit a brick wall with them. John and Hulda are mt great uncle and aunt. John's brother Edward is my grandfather.
|John & Linda Russell||Kennedy and McConnell families|
Nice to hear back from you too. I have never been to the Kennedy Burial Grounds, but what a treasure. I also have Kennedy lines from David Kennedy/Mary Kyle McClure marriage. David was son of William Kennedy/Martha Scott- Augusta, VA.
|John & Linda Russell||Kennedy Burying Ground|
Just revisited the memorial pages here. Happy to see the wonderful new photos you posted of the McConnell brothers graves. I am related to their brother Solomon T McConnell. Thank you for your contribution here. Linda
|CAROLE Harmon||Peter Maulway, Emma Bouchiere|
How are they related to you? Would like to know.
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