|Susan McLaughlin (#47535183)|
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|Lee Rogers||William Watson|
I saw you listed as a great-granddaughter of William Watson buried in Mount Carmel Cemetery. William is my great-great-great grandfather. My mother recently texted me a picture of him and Katherine Ann Renfro Watson which I added to their pages. I thought you might like to see them.
Lee John Rogers
|Constance Moore Andrews||Find A Grave Memorial# 57537877 Elizabeth Minkler|
If she is related to Josiah (Esias Josias) Minkler 1700-1740 and wife Anna Gertaud Schneider 1701-1740, then why is she buried near Adam and Hannah? She was 32 years old and has church records to verify her birth and life. She is also buried next to her sister Rebecca. I have been to the cemetery and the Family resting area. I believe you are incorrect.
I should have added that you can order his death certificate from NYS. If it's filled out properly (a BIG if), it will include his place of birth and parents' names. His wife outlived him, so it's possible she filled it out, and knew the information. Or the information could be left totally blank. It's a crap shoot.
It costs $22 for the certificate. It can take up to 6 months to come (it's NYS after all). If you want to order it, google NYS vital records, go to death certificates, print out the form (have to mail it in, along with a SASE), fill in his name, put died ABOUT June 10, 1905 in Dutchess county. Do not put an exact date in, do not put that he died in Stanfordville. If there's even the minimal difference in the information between the request and the form, they'll say they can't find it. You can also request the certificate from the town clerk in the town of Stanford, but if he died 2 inches over the town line, or in a hospital in Poughkeepsie, or something, they won't have it, and you'll be out $22. So although the state takes FOREVER to send the certificate, they should definitely have a copy.
Added by Susan on Mar 24, 2013 1:19 PM
I just found the family in the 1900 census. If you have ancestry.com, they're indexed as
Mc Lauflin (with a space between the Mc and the L).I've put in a correction on the name, which should correct the index within 48 hours or so.
Census says John was born in Ireland and immigrated in 1875.
I found a John McLaughlin, Irish, 30, who emigrated from Glasgow, Scotland March 29, 1875, on the ship Castalia, but he has a wife Isabella in tow with him.
If you don't have ancestry, let me know and I'll email you a copy of the census.
Added by Susan on Mar 24, 2013 1:07 PM
I'm not related the McLaughlins, and actually don't know anything about them. I just take the information from various censuses, obituaries and newspapers, and try to figure out who is who so people can find their families. Is there anyone in particular you're interested in? I may be able to either dig up some info on them or send you in the right direction
Added by Susan on Mar 23, 2013 2:44 PM
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I am 9th gen descendant of Peter/Elizabeth thru son Peter and have been researching Peter, James and Joseph in Kentucky. Please email me. Thanks.
Okay I have not been really working on Potts side because my Grandma Afton Pate Potts had been working on that side and I think they came from Michigan or Wisconsin I have to look up in my family tree book
Also they came from England, that is what I know for sure, moved into United States..i will try to find your gg grandmother and see if she is in my records..when I have more time...:)
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