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|Elton Ellis (#47443490)|
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I am a retired 30 year Navy sailor, born and raised in Folsom, California, and now live in Silverdale, Washington.|
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|leann oakes||rebecca boone|
My name is Leann! I am also related to Rebecca Boone and would love to be able to add you to my ancestry tree! Rebecca is my 9x great grandmother. If you could help me with the in between people between you and your Boone descendent that would be great!! thankyou so much!!
|qashqai||William Hastings, your 15th GGF|
William was beheaded by Richard of Gloucester (later Richard III) for his stance on the succession of Edward V. Edward V was placed, with his brother, in the Tower of London and quietly disappeared (died) They became known as "The Princes in the Tower" Shakespeare immortalized this in his tragedy of "Richard III". Some thought Margaret Beaufort was responsible for their death, some Richard III. The controversy over this is still not resolved. In fact, the I saw a photo that shows a man pointing his finger and saying, "I tell you for the last time, Margaret Beaufort did not kill the Princes in the Tower!" said Jean Luc Picard. The author of this is saying that an incident in the 16th century won't be resolved in the 24th.
Added by qashqai on Feb 19, 2017 5:39 AM
Sorry, the website is www.summitviewcemetery.org
|GerryLynn||Samuel R Lewis|
Are you a relative if the Samuel R Lewis that is buried in Summit View Cemetery in Ottawa, IL? If you are, I came across an article about him that I'd like to send to you in case you haven't seen it already. Or you can see the article on the Summit View website www.summitview.org under the notables, just click the link under Samuel Lewis.
Hi, I am active on Findagrave.com and Ancestry.com. Today I came across your name (noting that he is a long time great grandfather)on John Strutt's Findagrave's site noted below. I am wondering if you have a tree on Ancestry. If you do, I would be interested in sharing information.
Thank you, Libby
Added by Libster on Oct 04, 2016 8:18 AM
|Janet Baldwin||Warren Joseph Pace father relationship|
There are 2 fathers listed for Warren Joseph Pace # 95467344 The 2nd father, Christopher Dudley Parsons died in 1749 so could not have been Warren's father His parents are John Alma Lawrence Pace & Helen Dudley
|Coleman ♡||RE: Mary Phelps Winchell|
Thank you, she is also my 10th Great grandmother, I'm trying to find info on her and family and it sure would be so nice to see a pic of her.
|Coleman ♡||Memorial# 35691921|
Do you have any info on this memorial, someone sent links for her parents but her dates seems kinda far off from her siblings,I want to make sure the memorials are correct, I'm related to this family but don't have much info on them.
|susan murray||Mary Launce Sherman|
There are a few errors in Mary's information.
First, she was born in Cornwall, England abt 1620. Her parents were Issabella Darcy Launce and John Launce. Her parents never left England. There is very good info from the parents that prove my position. Mary's mother left a will in which she left some things to her daughter, Mary.
Remember that the Mayflower did not land in Plymouth until Nov of 1620. As well, Watertown, Mass. was not founded until 1630. There as a small settlement there under another name. You can gogle Watertown Mass and see the info as to the previous name of the settlement.
to see the genealogy of Mary, just google Issabella Darcy m. John Launce. Then click on one of the first results which will read: Issabella Launce (Darcy) ... much of the info I mention will pop right up.
Mary probably married young in England and undertook the crossing to America with her husband. He may have died enroute or shortly after arriving in America. This was likely after 1638. Mary and John Shermen met in Watertown in the early to mid 1640s. They were married in 1645.
Mary came from an aristocratic family (the Darcy family) and going even further back is a fascinating journey through French and English aristocracy and royaly. I have the entire line back to before Charlemagne.
|ParkerMoulton||RE: Rattlesden Eng. St. Nicholas churchyard|
Thank you very much, as well as for your prompt reply!
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