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Elevenfloors (#47459628)
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RE: Re: Elisha Hamilton and Mary (Smith) Hamilton
I was ready to include your comments, but I find that I no longer manage this memorial. Please contact the current manager of this memorial.
Added by Judith on Aug 24, 2015 9:29 AM
RE: Elisha Hamilton and Mary (Smith) Hamilton
The information I entered about the Hamilton's was sent to me by another researcher. I do not descend from the Hamilton family, so I have no further information.
Added by Judith on Aug 22, 2015 2:03 PM
Breanne Carter
Reuben Noble
Hi.. you posted several photos of Reuben Noble, are you related to the Noble line? Doing family history which includes Noble family so just curious.. if not thank you for posting I enjoyed viewing the pics
Added by Breanne Carter on Jun 14, 2015 4:05 PM
Barry Gates
RE: Lizzie Rowena Staten Brainard
Shirley's line is:

John Casey Brainard

Charles Hardy Brainard (1876-1953) d. Danvers

Francis Dudley Brainard (1902-1973) Topsfield

Francis should be connected to Charles soon. Your family plot is very nicely situated, albeit shaded. Best of luck on the Brainards ... and keep up the good bios!
Added by Barry Gates on May 28, 2015 6:33 PM
Barry Gates
RE: Lizzie Rowena Staten Brainard
Are you part of the Ohio, California or Massachusetts Brainard branches? Or another branch?
Added by Barry Gates on May 28, 2015 1:38 PM
Barry Gates
RE: Lizzie Rowena Staten Brainard
Cool! I wondered who's message I'd over-ardently deleted. Sorry. :-)

My dad is a Gates 2nd cousin to Lizzie's granddaughter Shirley.

Many of my "now-missing" cousins and aunts and uncles seem to be in Greenlawn.
Added by Barry Gates on May 28, 2015 1:37 PM
RE: Elial T.S. Hoxsie
I did find some broken and missing markers (you could tell burials were there but no longer a marker). The Hoxsies I believe had a family plot, or at least most of them were in it. I put on the ones I did find so far.
Added by MidwestFolk on Apr 08, 2015 12:03 AM
RE: Medad Curtis
We can, however since this is public I'm hesitant to place my email in this post. Any suggestions?
Added by Ann on Feb 10, 2015 7:06 PM
RE: Medad Curtis
Thanks for your prompt response. Medad is my fifth great grandfather, and, as I mentioned, through Seth b 1761. All I have for Medad/Wealthy is the birth record for Seth stating them as parents, but do not have a marriage record (which isn't all that unusual).

I had previously found the mention of Medad in the Lonesome Drum, but the Shaker records you posted were very interesting and helpful. Also the Family Search document cleared up a confusion about Dinah /Hanna Tracey/Brigham. I show John having been born in CT, however, but no documentation for it.

The person I'm really interested in is Seth b 1861 and if he served in the Revolutionary War. There is a Seth Curtis in the DAR database who died in 1804 and Seth Curtis's service in credited to him, however Seth served from Canaan where "my" Seth was born and the "other" Seth was born and lived in Litchfield Co. also, but different town. My thinking is the service may be applied to the "wrong" Seth. I've seen the supporting docs., but they don't prove residence or service to that Seth. I live in GA so can't access CT records unless they're on line and having a difficult time proving which Seth served. "My" Seth would have only been 15 when Medad moved to Great Barrington, MA, and it's possible he went with his father. Don't know what happened to Welthy. It's a mystery. Seth eventually made it to NY where his son Alanthus also lived, and I think he may have made it to Indiana where Alanthus died, but it's possible he died in 1817 in NY. He's my only big mystery in the line, but my gut tells me he served in the Revolution if I could only prove it.

I've downloaded the document from Family Search and will study the pertinent pages, though a cursory reading was helpful in some respects.

Do you have a tree on Ancestry? Mine is Sherman Family Tree if you'd care to peruse it - it's a public tree.

Thanks for your response and I would definitely love to collaborate if we can.
Added by Ann on Feb 10, 2015 4:49 PM
Medad Curtis
I am related to Medad Curtis through his son, Seth (b 1761), with wife Welthy. I am trying to find out information on Seth. If you know of anything, please post a response here.
Thanks so much
Added by Ann on Feb 10, 2015 11:07 AM
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