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P.Brewer (#47134860)
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Retired Clerical worker. Would love to be a photo volunteer but my feet just won't cooperate!
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Joyce Newman
RE: Arathusa Newton Brewer
Hi, Pat,

Unfortunately I never was able to find an acceptable document linking Arathusa with her father Jason Newton. Instead we used Arathusa's father-in-law, Jonathan Brewer (Sr.) and were able to prove his militia service for VT during the Revolutionary War. Thanks for asking. Joyce
Added by Joyce Newman on Jan 29, 2017 7:21 AM
Scout
RE: Conrad memorial

TY Pat. We are south of Holland and would love to drop in sometime. Much of our documentation comes from the stones we photograph. Feel free to contact us on any memorials we have created.
Added by Scout on Jan 25, 2017 5:25 PM
Joyce Newman
Arathusa Newton Brewer
Hi, I am searching for supporting document(s) to prove that Arathusa was the daughter of Jason Newton, of Ira, VT. Since he had 17 children, and VT early records are slim, do you know of a source to prove Arathusa's birth, linking her to either her father or mother (Lydia Collins)? Unfortunately, I am not able to use the "Newton Genealogy" book.

Thanks for any help/guidance you can provide.
JCNewman
Added by Joyce Newman on May 13, 2016 2:44 PM
wanda nevills
Andrews
Hi P. Brewer
Thank you so much for the transfers of the Andrews that you have. I would love to come to Dorr and see this Andrews book. It will have to be in the summer. I don't drive that far in the winter.And we live east of lansing. I have disabilities and driving in the winter is not my favorite thing to do. Thank You again for the transfers wanda
Added by wanda nevills on Dec 02, 2015 5:55 AM
wanda nevills
Andrews
I would greatly appreciate the transfer of the Andrews you have Thank you so, much. It is so amazing how I started out with my 3rd great grandfather Eli Andrews and how big the Andrews Family has gotten. I do enjoy doing genealogy.
Thank you
wanda
Added by wanda nevills on Nov 28, 2015 6:30 AM
Chris☺☺
RE: Katie Arndt Memorial
Hi there,

The Michigan Marriages/Divorces through 1952 are at ancestry.com. I have a subscription if you have a record or 2 you're interested in.

This is shirttail relation so no transfer necessary - thank you for the updates!
Added by Chris☺☺ on Nov 23, 2015 8:35 PM
Carol B
Dale Berry
I transferred his memorial to you.
Added by Carol B on Nov 08, 2015 12:05 PM
Sarah Pullen
RE: Mahala Adams Dunton
I did not know that. Do you know who Olive Adams married? What was Mr. Davenport's first name. I believe there was one brother in this family also, any idea where he settled? Thanks.
Added by Sarah Pullen on Sep 26, 2015 3:42 PM
Sarah Pullen
Mahala Adams Dunton
Hello. Just wanted to let you know that I found birth information and names of parents for Mahala (Adams) Dunton who is your memorial in Hicks cemetery. Very interesting. She is the Aunt of General Benjamin Dudley Pritchard of Allegan who was well known in the Civil War for his part in the capture of Jeff Davis. Her sister, Zilpha Adams Pritchard also resided in Portgage Co., Ohio and is buried there with her husband Lambert Pritchard.
Added by Sarah Pullen on Jul 30, 2015 10:36 PM
Sarah Pullen
RE: Woolf and Dunton Family
I'm sorry but I do not have additional information on these families. I am not related but someone who researches in the Allegan County area.
Added by Sarah Pullen on Jun 18, 2015 10:15 PM
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