|Marsha Stevens (#47959073)|
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|Ann Maree||James Claghorn|
James is my direct ancestor (great great great grandfather), so I was interested to know if you found a birth record for him? I know in the one census his place of birth is listed as Edgartown, but his parents lived in Tisbury before and after his birth, and were also married there, which makes it mysterious that he would have been born in Edgartown--so I've always been hoping to find something besides that one census to confirm where he was born exactly--hoping for an actual birth record. Obviously Dukes county, but so far I have not found a birth record for him in any of the towns (which is odd, since they seem to have pretty good records). Anyway....if you have found a birth record for him, I would be very happy if you would share it with me. :) Thanks!
|J.J. Metzler&M Sutton||Lora Pilsner/Forest Park|
Hello. Cemetery covers several hundred acres. The location is necessary. "FAMILY" service phone is 713-928-5141. They will provide info. Section and lot ##.
|David McIntire||RE: Patents of Mae Elizabeth Booth|
my distant cousin Mae E Booth, married at first to Carlton Hooker, in Kanawha County WV in 1943.
Her father was Frank Booth, and he abandoned his family when his children were quite young. Her mother was born in 1904 in Roane county, West Virginia, and her maiden name was Madeline McIntire, daughter of Dr. B.F. McIntire and Sarah Roberts.
Madeline's second husband was Jay Hooker, the father of Mae's husband. So a mother and daughter married a father and son.
Hope this helps
I updated the memorial page. Thanks for your help!
Added by Carrie on Nov 06, 2014 9:05 PM
|Clint Dunn||Joseph Hyde Josephson Memorial# 35950908|
Thanks for the information. I have updated the memorials.
Marsha: Thank you for the correction on the ship for Rebecca Arbon. I had taken that from her history and should of checked the ship logs.
Welcome to findagrave. I hope you have fun on here - history can be a blast. Thanks again!