I am researching the family of Joseph Bayne. My 2x ggrandfather, William, was one of their children (brother of Margaretta). Please contact me. I would love to share info with you, as this has been a very elusive family to me.
RE: Thomas & Thomas R North I'm descended from Rachel Vollum North, through the son George Washington North... but I've collected records on Thomas R North's second marriage as well, to understand the family's story.
Both Thomas R North To follow up - I just found a baptism record that shows the child Thomas North also had the middle initial R. So, thanks for this exchange... I will simply create a record for Thomas R North, Sr. (1810-1885). Cheers, Olivia
Thomas & Thomas R North Hi Donna, thanks for getting back to me. I see the confusion now. There is a "Thomas North", a child in that lot (Mt. Moriah 109-197) buried on 5 May 1866. There is also his father "Thomas R North" in that same lot, aged 75 years, burial date 31 Mar 1885. "Thomas R North", the father, is my 4xgreat-grandfather. I have the Mt. Moriah internment book images, plus Philadelphia death certificate index records that are evidence this -- I am happy to share them with you by email if you'd like.
Do you have evidence that "Thomas North", the child also had the middle initial "R"? If not, than my suggestion would be to edit the name on your record and I will create a Findagrave record for "Thomas R North", the father.
Thanks for working with me on this - it is great to get these details sorted out... and your record led me to historical records of the child "Thomas North" whom I had not know about!
Relation? Hi, just curious what your relation to Jacob Schwarz is. A quick scan of your list of graves looks like the tie in through Karle (Carle). I am the great great grandson of Jacob (Jakob) Schwarz and would appreciate anything you could offer in the way of accurate information. I have a pretty nice tree going at ancestry.com and always like to add more. Regards, Steve
Samuel Pullein Bayne Hello, As per your request, I transferred the above noted individual's grave to you. I have more information; James and Priscilla Bayne gave their sons the middle names of men prominent in the bookbinding industry and publishing in Philadelphia. Samuel was probably named after Philip Pullen (Pullin, Pullein), b. 1770 in France, who ran a typemaking business in Philadelphia at that time. My ancestor, Robert Desilver Bayne, was named after the Desilvers, prominent in bookbinding and publishing. Interestingly, there was another Samuel Pullein Bayne who married Ann Dennis at the 3rd Presbyterian Church in Phila. on 15 Nov 1786. Although I have never been able to prove it, I think it's possible he was a paternal uncle of James Bayne, Samuel's father. This Bayne connection makes us distant relatives. I live in California and have been into genealogy for more than 25 years. Regards, Donna