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Five5mango (#48083368)
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I have been researching my genealogy for the past 8 years. Like most descendants of immigrants to the US, my ancestry "trees" back to various european countries.

On my father's side, I descend from the first family of New Amsterdam (1625), and forward from various immigrants to the "new" world.

On my mother's side, more recent immigration, my tree goes back to Baden, Germany (maternal), and the UK (paternal), primarily West Sussex and the greater London area.
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Grave Recorder
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 67102888
Thanks for letting me know. I have fixed the typo
Added by Grave Recorder on Jul 24, 2014 11:10 AM
Jetta McQuiston
RE: Smith graves
Just letting you know that I went to College Corner Cemetery last week and found Albert Smith, Amanda Smith, and Anna Leona Van Ness. I added memorials for them with photos. I hope these are of benefit to your research.
Jetta
Added by Jetta McQuiston on Mar 28, 2014 7:44 AM
Jetta McQuiston
RE: Smith graves
I don't have any family information or stories on the Smiths in College Corner Cemetery. I have Smiths in my family and it is a very difficult name to research. Albert and Amanda Smith are buried in College Corner on the same lot as Arthur. On the same lot is Anna C. Van Ness according to the Cemetery records. I saw the name and then looked for her death certificate to see if she was the same as Leona. FamilySearch.org has her death certificate indexed as Anna Giona Van Ness. When I looked at the certificate it was Anna Leona Van Ness which I am pretty sure is your grandmother. She died of pneumonia related to the Spanish Flu. It lists her father as Albert born in Decatur County, Indiana. It has her birth date as Mar. 11, 1898 and death date as Jan. 10, 1919 and 24 years old, which does not quite calculate. Amanda Smith's death certificate is also at FamilySearch.org. There is a Caroline Smith who died in 1912 buried in College Corner as well as many other Smiths, Bournes, and DuBoises. The College Corner Cemetery records up to 2006 are online at:

http://ucgenweb.org/Union%20County%20History/Cemeteries%20-%20Union%20County/A-M/College%20Corner%20Cemetery.htm

They are not indexed so you have to brouse by date. I hope the link or address works for you. If you want to make memorials for Albert and Amanda Smith and Leona Van Ness I will try to find their graves and take photos when the weather warms up. I hope this information helps in your search.
Jetta McQuiston
Added by Jetta McQuiston on Mar 06, 2014 6:27 PM
Marianne Bradley
Joris Rapalje and Catalina Trico
I see on FindAGrave that you are a descendant of Joris and Catalina Rapalje. You may enjoy the book "Island in the Center of the World " by Russell Shorto. Story of the founding on Manhattan by the Dutch and the Rapaljes are part of the book. We are over One million descendants!
Added by Marianne Bradley on Jan 03, 2014 1:26 PM
Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy
RE: Hester and Frank Robinson
How interesting they were! I was more than happy to photograph their head stones.
Added by Kathy Holland, Gates to t... on Sep 06, 2013 12:55 PM
herbie89
RE: St Geroge Churchyard
Hi Jeff, I will keep a look out for her maiden name.
It is probably on a CD of Sussex marriages prior to 1837. I have not bought it yet as I think at 23 it is a bit expensive.
regards, Herbie
Added by herbie89 on Aug 30, 2013 12:42 PM
herbie89
RE: St Geroge Churchyard
Hi Jeff, Success! I have scraped of some lichen,
just enough to see the names, without doing any damage. Grave is under a willow tree, with not many surrounding headstones. There is a page where you can cross reference by quoting the numbers #
regards, Herbie
Added by herbie89 on Aug 30, 2013 8:29 AM
herbie89
RE: St Geroge Churchyard
Hi Jeff, Sorry for the delay in replying, due to ill health. I have borrowed the St. George's Graveyard register. It would appear that there is no headstone. The burial is listed in an area used for church events.
There may have been a headstone as there is a reference to WSRO (West Sussex Record Office) in Chichester. I will look next time I go there. This is the info given :- "WM ROBINSONdied 12th Jan 1822 in his 86th yr, also his wife, ELIZABETH, died 7th March 1808 in her 68th yr". Regards, Herbie
Added by herbie89 on Aug 30, 2013 12:53 AM
Catherine Renschler
Orle Ernst
Is your request for Orla Edward Ernst whose wife was Mary Belle Ernst?

If it is, ask CPR to transfer the memorial to you or to correct the name and add the dates.
Added by Catherine Renschler on Jul 18, 2013 9:58 AM
Derece Powell
RE: Re: Olive Bracken Photo
You are very welcome!
Added by Derece Powell on Jun 17, 2013 1:27 PM
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