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G Allin (#47839062)
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John V. Winters

I'd love to know which Death Valley Days episode told Winters' story. I came across your note while researching civil war soldiers buried in SE New Mexico.

I've found the episode about the Great Diamond Hoax (John Slack) and the one about the nun who stood up to Billy the Kid and other outlaws in NM)


Added by apbr on Jul 15, 2016 6:08 PM
455th AAA Historian
RE: Photo of Lt. Jones
You're very welcome!
Added by 455th AAA Historian on Jul 02, 2016 9:41 AM
Cheryl Hanson
Hi Gary,

You are very welcome.

Have a nice weekend.

Added by Cheryl Hanson on Oct 17, 2015 4:07 PM
Cejae Jones
Hardin County Allin
Hi cousin. Saw your wonderful memorial honoring our Great Grandfather and just wanted to say hi. I think we may have talked before. You are in WA I believe with your Mom? Anyway, HCA was my 3rd Great Grandfather via his first wife Elizabeth Scott. She is a descendant BTW of Sir John Scott of Scotatarvet, Fife, Scotland. HCA and Elizabeth's daughter Sarah Elizabeth was my 2nd Great Grandmother. I've also heard a rumor that HCA was Choctaw Indian but have yet to find any solid proof of it. Just passing the information alone. Feel free to contact me any time and all the best in life.
Added by Cejae Jones on Feb 16, 2015 4:34 PM
angel searcher
RE: Your photo of Priscilla T Stearns headstone
Your very welcome. Happy Holidays to you too!!
Added by angel searcher on Dec 06, 2014 9:32 AM
angel searcher
RE: About Priscilla Stearns in Butternut Ridge Semetery
Hi, yes, Thank you we did have a nice Thanksgiving, hope you did too. I am happy to transfer Priscilla to your care, I don't have a headstone photo for her, I see I did put one on Vespasians, but that is a very small cemetery, and I have been there several times, I thought I had done them all, but I may have missed some, or they didn't have one. I will try to get back there, when the weather breaks, as we have snow and cold. Maybe if I look more, I can find hers. Because it is small, it is easier to walk and look for people. It may be she is on the other side of Vespasians, and I might have just missed it. If you want his, you will have to ask the other person, as I don't maintain his. Always glad to help and pay forward all the kindness of other people who have been good to me.
Added by angel searcher on Nov 29, 2014 9:52 AM
Sharon Wallen
Lenia Allin
I've transferred Lenia's memorial to you. I'm sorry, I known nothing of her family.
Added by Sharon Wallen on Aug 05, 2014 3:20 PM
RE: Relation to Simeon Albert Stearns
Hi Gary

The short answer is Yes to both. Lydia is Simeon Albert's sister and the youngest child born to Capt Simeon Stearns and his wife Lydia Bailey who died 12 Apr 1825.

Capt Simeon was born Dec 7, 1784, son of David and Lois Stearns and died Oct 5, 1837 in Winchendon.

Simeon and Lydia were married 10 Aug 1812 in Hollis, NH, moved to Winchendon and had 9 children.

Source: Stearns Genealogy and Memoirs, Volume 1
By Avis Stearns Van Wagenen

This book traces the family of Isaac Stearns and I think you'll enjoy going through its pages.

Capt Simeon Stearns remarried on 12 Jul 1825 to Lucy Heywood of Winchendon.


Thank you so much for being touch.

Added by AuntieJ on Mar 03, 2013 2:05 PM

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