|Jim Ferris (#46557174)|
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Born Knox County IL directly descended from Jeffrey Ferris who came to America 1634 from England through his son James; G.G.G.grandfather Silvanus Ferris; G.G. Uncle George Washington Gale Ferris Jr, inventor of Ferris Wheel. Son of Robert and Marcele (Holloway) Ferris.|
Abingdon (IL) High School, Class of 1960;
Bachelors from U of Bombs and Bullets 1965; Masters from U of Southeast Asia 1971; PhD from U of Life; Retired US Army (1961-83)
I am trying to downsize the number of memorials I manage, so ask for a transfer.
NOTE; Pleaze use the Edit function on the memorial to ask questions, which identifies the person in question. I have tens of thousands of names in my records and your courtesy is much appreciated.
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|Ray Gregoire||RE: Thank You|
You're very welcome!
|DBardes||Thank you for author Conklin Mann (1884/1966) transfer!|
Thank you so very much for the surprise transfer! While studying the detailed Wm Ludlam of Southampton, 1943 TAG article by author, "Conklin Mann, Esq. of New York City" my curiosity arose. I will hope to discover that he and I are Ludlam/Ludlow distant cousins back in 1600s Long Island. Your kindness is much appreciated! Best to you and your lineages.
Added by DBardes on Jun 23, 2017 1:22 PM
|Terrie Bolyard||Transfer Memorial|
If you would like, since you're downsizing memorials, I would take Oliver's. He is my 5th cousin.
|Terrie Bolyard||Oliver's Ingersoll's mother|
I have Oliver's mother Sarah here for you. It is memorial # 162935804. I've got documentation if you need it at: https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/62337447/person/210101343407/hints?Hints.hintStatus=Pending
Thanks for the transfer!
Added by janicet on Jun 13, 2017 6:15 PM
|annie||RE: Casandra Dills Gum|
I am related to her only down some twisted paths, not a direct line. Thanks for the offer. If you are wanting to divest of memorials, I'll take her, but am not a direct relative. Annie
Added by annie on Jun 02, 2017 7:35 AM
|Gary Snowberger||Parker Knepper|
The links have been made to his parents.
Thank you ever so much,
|Rita Guzzo||RE: Ferris Family|
I am still looking for the parents of my second great-grandfather, John Ferris. He was born 5 Aug 1834 in either NY or Ireland. He married Mariah Clark about 1853 in NY. He died 11 Aug 1895 in North Shade Township, Gratiot County, Michigan, USA.
Children: 1. Arlina Permila b. 1 Jul 1854 in NY
2. Henry William b. 1 Jan 1856 in St. Mary's Village, Perth, Ontario, Can.
3. Thomas Franklin, b. 6 Sep 1857 in Canada.
4. George Andrew, b. 6 Sep 1859 in Canada
5. James Leonard, b. 23 May 1861 in Canada
6. Sarah Ann, b. 1 Feb 1863 in Canada
7. Elbert Chauncey, b. 9 Mar 1865 in Mich.
8. Eva Diana, b. 28 Nov 1866 in Mich.
9. Mary Ellen b. 25 Apr 1869 in Mich.
10. Owen J., b. 13 Jan 1872, d. 14 Jan 1872 in North Shade, Gratiot, Michigan.
Maria (Clark) Ferris was b. 20 Oct 1835 in New York, d. 21 Jan 1872 in North Shade, Gratiot, Mich. Her parents are Execel Clark and Adelaide.
Death info for Maria and Owen found in the Michigan, Deaths and Burials Index, 1867-1995 found at Ancestry.com. Rest of info mostly from census records.
Thank you for the transfer of Eleanor May Smith Ferriss.
|Judy Miller||Hi Jim|
You and I have spoken before about the McIntosh family. Helen Pearl was my Grandfather Carl Fauver's sister.
We now have a newbie from the McIntosh side. He is 14 years old and a sweet kid. His grandmother is Phyllis Kaiser (daughter of Helen May McIntosh).
Tommy Pickle is his name. We met with his grandmother, mother and Tommy for lunch and they came back to the house to look at photos.
He's very new at this so I thought I'd tell you about him. If you get in touch with him and have problems explaining things, I'll be glad to help. He's a really smart kid and loves genealogy.
Judy Fauver Miller
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