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bluesma36 (#47501790)
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Bio Photo I have been engaged in family genealogy research since 1995, when we found out my husband had been adopted as a newborn infant. His biological family has taken us back through the early settlers of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine to Pilgrim Isaac Allerton of the famous ship, MAYFLOWER. It includes Patriots and Loyalists, ministers, civil and social activists. His adoptive family goes back about 5 generations in America and hails from Ireland and Prussia.
As for my own roots, my trip has taken me to Loyalists and Patriots as well; and includes Immigrant Moses Pingrey, an early saltmaker of Ipswich, MA.
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Ed Poulin
RE: Jonathan Flagg
Thanks for the information. I added him when I had just started find-a-grave merely to tie his 4 children together so it's good to flesh it out a bit.
Added by Ed Poulin on Sep 11, 2014 5:40 AM
Ed Poulin
RE: Immigrant Thomas Flagg
Hi bluesma36,

I think I may have noticed the duplication for Thomas Flagg and his wife before as well as the differences and made an attempt to contact Star. Clearly went nowhere. Probably the best thing would be for me to delete mine as so many children's memorials have already been attached to her Thomas & Mary. The real origin stories for Thomas and Mary will just have to be determined by each individual researcher and Star's memorials will at least cover the correct death dates.

Added by Ed Poulin on Sep 08, 2014 8:31 PM
Ken Smith
Well, thanks so much for the nice message. I feel that we should all just want to help each other with our research. As far as Find-a-Grave is concerned, I like to make the memorials feel more like a biography of the person's life, not just a list of dates and places.
Added by Ken Smith on Sep 06, 2014 10:56 AM
Susan Bruffey Lehman
RE: Jacobus James Jordan
You are most welcome! Let me now if you need an other Jordan family members, I have many in my tree as that was my maternal grandmother's Maiden name.
your friend
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Added by Susan Bruffey Lehman on Aug 23, 2014 10:58 AM
Susan Bruffey Lehman
your Find A Grave ID # is on your contributor page just past your name, it is #47501790 for your future reference!

We did it!

thanks, Cousin,
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Added by Susan Bruffey Lehman on Aug 22, 2014 1:08 PM
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Whenever you ask someone to transfer a memorial to you then you have to give that person your Find A Grave ID # to transfer the memorial to, so it is now in your control. Do you remember asking for any transfers to you before this one? If so perhaps you could look through your email or messages in which you gave them your number, other wise just contact Find A Grave and they will help us.
your Cousin
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Added by Susan Bruffey Lehman on Aug 22, 2014 1:02 PM
Susan Bruffey Lehman
this is supposed to be o your contributor page, I could not find it, the message you sent me had this number 6143207 as a message from a contributor to me, which was your question, so I am not sure. Maybe if you look on one of your memorials it will show your ID # there. You may have to ask Find a Grave, I just really cannot remember how I found mine! I think I just wrote it down.
will look further for yours!
your Find A Grave friend and cousin,
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Added by Susan Bruffey Lehman on Aug 22, 2014 12:57 PM
Susan Bruffey Lehman
FAG ID # needed
I need your Find A Grave ID # in order to transfer Jacobus Jordan to you,
Added by Susan Bruffey Lehman on Aug 21, 2014 11:29 AM
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Jacobus "James" Jordan
He was my 5th great grand uncle! We must be cousins!

I would love to transfer his memorial to you as you have his information and are a closer relation that I am! I descend from William Hopkins Bailey and his first wife Susan Elizabeth "Susie" Turner, from their daughter, Viola, who married James Rogers "Jim " Jordan, my grandmother was one of their six daughters; they also had 6 sons.

Would love to collaborate with you on other Jordan family members.

Will look for your Find A Grave ID # and transfer him to you now,
your Colorado Cousin
Susan Bruffey Lehman
Added by Susan Bruffey Lehman on Aug 21, 2014 11:24 AM
RE: Sarah (Davis) Huntington
Sarah (Davis) Huntington, mem # 11574942 -- wife of Eleazer Huntington, mem # 78574777.

Sorry - I don't have any further information on Sarah and her lineage/parents.


Philip in NYC
Added by pkarchs on Feb 05, 2013 6:00 AM
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