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in the U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885
Name: Columbus Cook
Marital Status: Single
Estimated birth year: abt 1870
Birth Place: Georgia, USA
Death Date: Jul 1879
Cause of Death: Lung Disease
Census Year: 1880
Census Place: Militia District 971, Baker, Georgia, USA
Enumeration District: 2
Is this individual your GGG-Grandfather? He is my 4th great uncle. Care to compare notes?
|melody fear||Lee Bolster|
Lee Bolster died 25 November 1949.
|Angie B.||RE: Margaret Young|
Margaret Young's maiden name was Dolan. Her first husband was Franklin Cleveland, her second husband was Clarence Young. Her marriage certificates to Franklin Cleveland and Clarence Young lists James Dolan and Nellie Raidart as her parents. Nellie (Raidart) Dolan's obituary states that Nellie died in the home of her daughter Mrs.Margaret Young and it also lists Mrs. Warren Vaughn and Mrs Myrtle Brownell as her daughters. Thanks so much for asking, does this match your research Or do you disagree? I will be interested to hear if there is more to add. Take care, Angie
Added by Angie B. on Sep 24, 2013 4:47 PM
I have transferred all the Merkers I had in Oak Grove to you--you may be able to locate additional info on those in Chelsea at the Chelsea Library--on line--The Merkers are not in my family tree--there is also a Washtenaw County History book available on line, and you may find someone in your tree there. Happy Hunting!!
|Jerry Bohnett||RE: Reuben C Brownelll|
I have not been able to connect to Reuben or his parents. I have information on the Brownell's going back to about 1600.
If you are interested in this information send me you email address and I'll sent it to you.
|Jerry Bohnett||RE: Reuben C Brownelll|
I don't have a picture of his marker. When I was at the cemetery, I was told that he was buried in a number grave. No name on the marker, just a number. I didn't the number grave.
I have a lot of information on the Brownell's, but no information on Reuben. The oldest Brownell I found is Job Brownell(1784-1869) and his family, also buried in Jackson. He is my wife's GGG-Grandfather. Most likely they are related.
Anything else I can help you with on the Brownell family let me know.
I finally figured out how I know John was the father. I found while doi8ng searches through my FTM the records for the child of John Richmond, born in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts and his wife, the listing of all of their children. I have to figure out how I can get it from ancestry.com, but I can send you the page in a pdf file if you wish, my email
email@example.com, email me, oh by the way John and his wife had 8 children listed. Icabod Lincoln is one of the 8. I am also reaearching Henry Richmond Civil War Veterans, buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Manchester, Washtenaw Co., Michigan, he is on findagrave
Added by kljenter on Mar 07, 2013 6:56 PM
|Valarie Vine||Celia (Lincoln) Richmond Mason|
Another couple of data points for you I found on internet (you need to evaluate accuracy). Born in Taunton, Massachusetts, USA on 1752 to Ichabod Lincoln and Hannah Codding. Celia married John Richmond and had 10 children. Celia married Sampson Mason (June 13, 1803). She passed away on 1825.
|Valarie Vine||More on Richmond family|
I did a little more research on Rootsweb. John Richmond (1749-1797) was married to Celia Lincoln (1760-sometime after 1825). I believe you said you did not know John Richmond's wife's name. Celia (Lincoln) Richmond's father was Ichabod Lincoln (!); apparently she named her son (your direct relative) after her father. His father was Nathaniel Lincoln (1684-1761) and his father was Thomas Lincoln (1656-?). The Lincoln line came from England. You probably have SOME connection to President Abraham Lincoln because his line goes back through Massachusetts to England as well. Hope this helps!
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