|Kyle Ambrose (#47970087)|
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|I have been interested in family history ever since I was a boy. My grandmother drew up a pedigree tree for me and took me to a family reunion. I was hooked. |
Almost all my recent ancestors come from Vermont with roots in colonial New England. I myself was born in Vermont but have lived in Texas and all over the world.
The family names that interest me are Ambrose, Hayes, Teer, Scott, Harrington, Baker, Brink, Pratt, Noyes, Dana, Reed, Moffit, and Stannard.
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|B.J. Waters||RE: Cora Reed|
I have added the info on her marriages to her bio.
No offense, but I'm not sure I want to know info on her that is so private that it can't be shared publicly on her bio page. Maybe it is better off left unsaid.
I won't be needing copies of her marriage records, as I believe that what you are telling me is fact; no proof is necessary.
I was hoping that you have photos of her that you can add to her memorial. The old photo I have added is the only one I could find. I am still going through all of my parents' old photos and it is two trunks full of photo albums and envelopes just crammed with photos. So it might be a while before I can determine if I have any more photos of her.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Cora Reed Cyr|
Hi Kyle. I explain the relationship (somewhat) on Cora's memorial. She was my aunt. I do not know a lot about her; I was hoping you would be able to tell me more about her. In my childhood, we would go out to visit her when they lived out in a rural desert area near Indio. They seemed to be rather poor but they had animals, which I enjoyed very much. As I stated in her memorial, I know that her son Claude was a little "slow" but because I only saw him as a child, I do not know the extent of his disability. I never knew for sure what became of him.
There is much I do not know about Aunt Cora. I do not know what kind of work she did, or if she was a homemaker, I do not know where she was educated, and my dad never told me how she ended up here in California. I do not know if her marriages took place in Vermont or California, or elsewhere. Maybe you know the answer?
Thank you for writing to me.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Cora Reed Cyr|
Hi cousin! I would love to share information with you. Much of it can be found here on this site (following the links from Cora, going backward). I am having trouble with my e-mail right now, and also viewing the family tree on Family Search. A server problem, maybe? Anyway, I will send you an e-mail later.
|Loretta Johnson||Photo of Alphonso & Ellen Maria Teer|
I have deleted the picture that was on the site before & I have put a much clearer picture in. I'll be sending along some other photos soon.
|Loretta Johnson||RE: Photo of Alphonso Teer|
Hi Kyle. This is really cool connecting like this. I have recently come across more pictures of Alphonso and family. I will go through them & send you some copies. I will also be retaking those other photos (from the family Bible) to see them clearer. His wife's name was Ellen Maria, but many people just called her Maria. She fits into my family because she was a Baker and my mother's maiden name was Baker. My grandmother was Lewis Teer's daughter, Jane (sometimes called Jennie. The newly discovered photos are incredible and they belonged to Lewis & Nellie. I will definitely be in touch.
|Janet Muff||RE: My Gratitude|
You're welcome. But I'm not sure what I've done. I simply do my own research and photograph the stones of people I'm researching, and sometimes it benefits other people. When that happens, it's great but usually unintentional, meaning I get no credit.