|Mrs. Barbara Grimshaw (#47623747)|
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|Jean||Amy Emma Gilbert Onyett|
Thank you for your kind words. Amy's husband's grandparents, William Onyett (1742-1783) and Ann Allpress (1739-?), are the common ancestors with my husband, Robert M. Jean. His line down from them is:
William Onyett (1770-1836) and Sarah Peacock (1770-1828),
Thomas Onyett (1809-1872) and Semira Aldrich (1822-1899),
Alice Onyett (1862-1963) and John Duncan (1844-1905),
Lelia Duncan (1900-1953) and Owen H. Jean (1877-1936).
Bob's father, Owen, died when Bob was only two, so he grew up in his grandma Alice's home in Indiana. She lived to be 101 and he had the benefit of hearing all about the old folks who had come from England. She was very active almost until death and worried about how her "kids" would get along without her - they were then in their 70's.
Nice to hear from you. If I can help you with anything, just let me know.
Added by Jean on Oct 15, 2013 8:00 PM
|Florence Barnick||Andrew Jackson Byram|
I just noticed the information you posted to his memorial (74161453) and wanted to thank you so much, we did not have dates of birth, death, etc. in our records. Please feel free any time to send edits via Find A Grave as we don't get notice of messages left on memorials.
|E McPherson||Martha Jane (Hagler) McPherson|
We think we have Martha's burial place down to a few acres in the Six Rivers National Forest. I and a cousin hope to search for her and her husband's graves in the next few years. We can direct you to Uncle Levi Hagler, if you desire...
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|GraveRobber||RE: O'FERRALL BROTHERS|
I have found similar information (or had it sent to me) so I'm in agreement with you. I'm working on my Mayflower descendents and when I run out of steam on that I'll switch over to the O'Farrels. I'll keep you posted on anything I add.
|GraveRobber||RE: Burial places for Patrick and Laurence|
When I spoke with people at the church I think I may have asked the wrong question. I asked if they had a cemetery and they said "no". This was when I was looking for the cemetery. Finally asked the guy that owns the hardware store in town and he told me exactly where to go. I did not ask the church if they have burial records. I'll make a call tomorrow. I'll also check the cemetery book at the library before the weekend is over.
As for Laurence, my records indicate he went to California as well, but I have not been able to locate him and I've been working on them for a few months.
|GraveRobber||RE: Children of John O'Ferrall and Eliza Humrickhouse|
Would you know where Laurence and Patrick are buried? I knew of these two, but have not been to the library to look up their definitive burial places. I'm assuming that Patrick is buried in St. Vincent de Paul along with John, but the memorial stone listing all known who are buried there does not list either of them (erected by the funeral home next to the almost non-existent cemetery). Do you know if Laurence lived to adulthood?
I'm now on Ancestry.com and will look them up there and see if cemetery info is provided.
Thank you so much for this information!!