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Karen Lindley (#47470001)
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jane frasch
Washburn andreas rumbel laudig
Hi cousin thankful is my 7th great-grandmother should a daughter Salome Andreas rumbel who married a Henrich rumbel the other daughter Rebecca rumbel laudig who married William laudig and they had a son Benjamin Henry laudig and they had a sudden John Philip laudig and he had a daughter Joline laudig frasch
Added by jane frasch on Jun 07, 2016 11:00 AM
RE: Sarah Washburne
Hi Karen,

My husband and I, as well as his father, have been trying to trace the McDaniel line back, and they are stuck in 1820 in Ohio with Robert and Elizabeth McDaniel - so we have no idea if they came out of New Hampshire or not!

If you have any information that may place your line in Ohio at any time, that would be great!

Added by amcdaniel on Oct 02, 2015 6:32 PM
Peter Caverno
RE: Daniels-McDaniels Cemetery
Hi Karen,

Its on Warren Road in Barrington. Here is the website of the owners that own the McDanials-Daniels farm.

Take care!
Peter Caverno
Added by Peter Caverno on Aug 19, 2014 8:54 PM
Carolyn Hamrick
No I can't tell you how to get to his grave. My husband his kin to your husband also. We were took to his grave and it is on find a grave.
Added by Carolyn Hamrick on Jul 27, 2014 3:01 AM
Randy George
RE: William & Susanna Eck
You are very welcome. You caught me with a case of cabin fever and the cemetery is about 5 miles from my home. It really was my pleasure.
Added by Randy George on Mar 02, 2013 12:14 AM
Randy George
William & Susanna Eck
Hi, My name is Randy George. I was at Bowmanstown Cemetery this afternoon. I took the pictures of William and Susanna Eck that you requested. When I came home I discovered that someone else had claimed them. I have posted the pictures that I had taken but since the request had been claimed by someone I was unable to have Find A Grave notify you. If the person who claimed your requests has better images I will gladly remove mine. I also noticed that Frederick Eck was on the same Tombstone. I added the images for him as well. I hope this note finds you well and if I can be of any further assistance just let me know.

Added by Randy George on Feb 28, 2013 12:48 PM
RE: Thankful Washburn Andreas
Yes, I found out when I visited the Plimouth Plantation in Massachusetts this summer that many times if you have one Mayflower descendent, you have another, as many of the second and third generation married each other.

Do you have an account? I do and mine is public if you want to see if I have anything more that's helpful to you.

I am in the process of getting official Mayflower descendent recognition from my local state Mayflower Society. You have to prove the first seven generation back from you and then you hook in to their already documented lineage.

All the best!
Added by michelle on Aug 13, 2012 6:17 AM
RE: Thankful Washburn Andreas
Hello. My lineage is as follows:

my paternal grandmother: Grace Julia Willard
her mother: Pearl Alba Benner
her mother: Alba Jean Langdon
her mother: Maria Andreas
her father: John Andreas
his mother: Thankful Washburn
her mother: Silence Washburn
her father: Josiah Washburn
his father: John Washburn
his mother: Elizabeth Mitchell
her mother: Jane Cooke
her father: Frances Cooke
Added by michelle on Aug 12, 2012 6:42 PM

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