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|Tom W. Stanley (#655)|
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|I was a tour guide in Salem for about nine years, and am currently a teacher in a MAssachusetts public high school|
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|Richard Vinson||John Willlard - Salem victim|
The John Willard who was hanged at Salem was the illegitimate son of John Willard (born 1656 to Maj. Simon Willard and Mary Dunster) and Martha Hartwell (born 1649), per the Willard Association's research of the Concord birth records, so your birth year for him is wrong. Presumably John Willard of Salem was born sometime in the early 1670's given the fact that he was a married man with children in 1692.
|Natalie Woodall||110th Regiment|
Dear Mr. Stanley, I am writing to tell you my book, Men of the 110th Regiment NYSV: Oswego's Own, has been published. You can order it at Amazon.com among other places. Thanks for your assistance with my research. Natalie J. Woodall
|Natalie Woodall||RE: Margaret Scott|
Hi! Thanks for replying so soon! When/If my book gets published, it will probably be through The History Press, the outfit which published my first tome. I am hoping it will see the light of day sometime in 2015. Thanks for giving me permission to use the photo. Margaret's story is so very sad, but it fits right into the tale of her descendant, Robert Dresser. Makes me want to cry each time I think about his family. If I had to describe their situation in a few words, I would say supremely dysfunctional. I'll put you on my growing list of people who want a copy of the book. Best wishes, Natalie J. Woodall
|Natalie Woodall||Margaret Scott|
Dear Mr. Stanley: I am doing research for a book on a descendant of Margaret Scott, Robert Dresser, who was a soldier in the 110th Regiment, NYSV. Would you permit me to use Margaret Scott's picture in my book? If accepted by my editor, I will cheerfully give you a photo credit. Many thanks. I live in Oswego, NY and would be hard pressed to travel to Salem to take my own photo. Natalie J. Woodall
|Linda S Shea||Stanlet Relative ???|
Hi Tom, My name is Linda Shea. Do u happen to be related to the Stanley Tool Company....whether immediate or cousin line ??? My Great x3 Grandfather was Thomas Stanley of Hartford,Connecticut & his daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Stanley Taylor...& Thomas's wife was Nancy Smalley Whittlesey...If so if u could let me know @.....Lindahaveagreatday@gmail.com Thank You
|Judy Wilson||Salem Witches|
Under relationships you should connect Mary Towne Esty (8301) with Rebecca Nurse (8291) who was her sister. Mary was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 24 Aug 1634. Rebecca was born 21 Feb 1621 also in Great Yarmouth. Their sister, Sarah, was accused, jailed and later released. Her second husband was Peter Cloyce and she died in Framingham, MA in 1703. My husband is descended from their brother's line.
|Bonnie Kies||RE: Martha Carrier|
Thank You I called up that link you just sent, and put it in my favorites so i can check it out a bit better. Thanks For the Info
|Bonnie Kies||RE: Re: Cenotaphs|
Meant to say that we are related to Martha the one that was hanged for being a witch, But do you have any info on her sister Hannah and where she may be buried?
|Bonnie Kies||RE: Re: Cenotaphs|
No I was asking if you knew where Hannah, Martha's sister was buried. I thought i read somewhere that she was hung to. But not sure. Do you know where Hannah was buried
|Bonnie Kies||RE: Cenotaphs|
Hi dont remember putting Hannah down as being hanged? But what i was looking for mostly were pics of the graves, to add the family tree. That and where they are buried. Think I told you where Thomas Carrier was buried. Martha is my 8th Great Grand Aunt. Bonnie
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