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|Lee and Phyllis P. Jensen (#47002809)|
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|jboyle||Find A Grave Memorial# 22507531|
do you have any pictures of his parents aquilla? where did you get this photo
Added by jboyle on Jul 22, 2016 3:19 PM
|Gloria Park||Memorial #19868223 - Ingeborg Olsen|
You have left a very confusing message in the Virtual Flowers section of this memorial. Your dates do not make sense seeing as you are telling that this woman's children were born before she was. Will you please correct or remove altogether? If you have something you would like me to add to her Bio section that is verified information I will do so. Thanks for your anticipated cooperation.
"Ingeborg was my great great grandmother. She was born 28 Nov 1887 in Denmark.and died 18 Jun 1968 in Ephraim, Utah. ngeborg was first married to Jens Larsen, He died.She had three daughters with Jens Larsen.She married Rasmus Olsen 11 Nov 1829.Ingeborg did not want to be sealed to Jens so she and herthree daughters were sealed to Rasmus Olsen.Daughters:Catherine Jensen : Born 7 Feb 1830 Denmark Dies 21 Feb 1830 DenmarkMaren Catherine Jensen: Born 20 Feb 1832 Dies 26 Sep 1856 DenmarkAne Jensen: Born 17 Apr 1835 Denmark Dies 1923 Neph, Utah."
- Lee and Phyllis P. Jensen
Added: Jun. 7, 2009
|Doug Bodkin||Hugh Bodkin Findagrave #68023134|
You may want to rethink your citation for Hugh. DAR record:
MORTON, A HIST OF HIGHLAND CO, VA P 194; CREEL, SELECTED VA REV WAR RECS VOL 2 AUGUSTA CO COURT MARTIAL MINS P 26,27
1) CAPT PETER HULL, 2ND BATT, AUGUSTA CO MILITIA, 1779
2) CAPT JOHN MCCAY, 1778
Eight daughters born to his marriage to Hester Farmer All of Hugh's eleven children listed in his will were alive in Sep 1801.
Revolutionary War veteran: according to Clayton Botkin, on 21 Mar 1780, Hugh was allowed 50 acres for his service in 1758 in Capt Preston's Company of rangers. Later, Hugh Bodkin was in Revolutionary War in Capt Hull's Company of Augusta County militia.
His will was made 15 Jan 1801 and is dated Sep 1801. It is on file in Knox County, TN. Botkin and Bodkin are used interchangeably in Hugh Senior's will
|Mike & Linda Bringhurst||Jens and Jorgen|
thanks for your quick reply. I am so excited to connect with extended family and share information. I would love to share information with each other, but I am hesitant to put my email on a public message.
Is there a way to send my email to you on a private message on findagrave?
I am in contact with another cousin of ours that lives in Denmark. His 3rd great grandmother was a sister to Jens and Jorgen. He has sent me some info on their life in Denmark. He wanted to make contact with a descendant of the brothers that left Denmark and came to Utah. He found me through Ancestry.com. Hopefully we can both share info that will help us get to know our Jorgensen family better.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Linda in Utah
|Mike & Linda Bringhurst||Kjerstine Sorensen Jorgensen|
I am also a Jorgensen. Our common ancestor could be Christen Jorgensen born 1777 in Denmark(my 3rd ggrandfather). This is what I am trying to verify. My 2nd ggrandfather was Jorgen Ghristensen Gravensten. I think Jorgen was a brother to Kjerstine's husband Jens Christensen Jorgensen. This family seemed to have a habit of using various combinations of their surnames during their lives. Gravensten was the name of the farm in Denmark where Jorgen and some of his siblings were born. Anyway, my question is where did you get your information about Kjerstine sometimes using the last name of Sorensen and then changing her surname to Olsen. I have suspected that this is what happened, but am looking for the source to verify this. I hope we can help each other with our research.
PS. Jens and his brother Jorgen were the only 2 siblings that left Denmark and came to Utah. All the other siblings stayed in Denmark. I am trying to verify if this Jens (James) is the correct sibling of Jorgen. Hope to hear from you soon.
Linda in Utah
|Keith Reeves||Irving Henry Fisher|
Dear Lee and Phyllis:
I'm interested in what you may know about Irving H. Fisher (1842-1904), buried in Lakeview Cemetery in Pultneyville, New York. I see you created the record... Did you leave the biographical information as well? I'd be interested to learn more, as I am a direct descendant.
|Sydney Scoggins Wiggins||RE: Jacob Huffaker|
Great to meet a new cousin. I know a good bit about the Huffaker family, but little of it is in the form of original documents. I do have a couple of old pages from Michael Lee Huffaker's (your Laurany's brother)family bible. I have also read a lot about Simpson David Huffaker and his conversion to Mormonism and his journeys to Utah, but I would love to know more. Just a fascinating, and prolific, family, the Huffakers. I do have a picture of Margaret Bodkin Huffaker as an old woman that I snagged from Find-A-Grave, but if you have a different one, would love to have it. I have a picture of Mary Louisa 'Mollie' Huffaker, Michael Lee's daughter and my gr-grandmother, but there is no grave photo to which to attach it. If you would be interested in having it, we can work something out.Thanks for responding.
|Sydney Scoggins Wiggins||Jacob Huffaker|
Jacob Huffaker was my third great grandfather. His son, Michael Lee Huffaker, was my great-great grandfather. I love this picture! It seems me might be related. Would like to know your lineage, if you care to share. email@example.com Thanks!
|BDiepeveen||RE: Mads Jensen|
Thanks for your reply. I don't know how to send a private message on this site.
Thank you for posting pictures of Mads and Maren Jensen. Mads is my 4th great grandfather. I am trying to find out information about my ancestors and pictures. I was wondering if you have any histories or pictures of Mads and Maren. I am related through their son, Jacob John Heideman Jensen.
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