|Debbie Jordan (#46589183)|
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My husband, Franklin, and I are history nuts and love grave hopping. We are also Civil War buffs. We welcome any questions.|
We will also help anyone with their genealogy searches in NC (Jordan, Hooks, Tetterton, Locke, Watson, Boone, Bost Klutts/Kluttz, Lentz, Lyerly, Redwine), NH, NY (Goodbread, Stock, Bruce, Frink, Milroy, Hickok, Schuler, Honeywell, Weatherwax), MA (Bruce, Dustin, Prentice, Barnes, Locke), ME(Shibles, Prentice) and NH (Shibles, Griffin, Prentice, Dustin, Priest). That is currently where we have ancestors.
If you feel you might be related, please contact us. We are trying to fill holes in our trees and would dearly love the assistance. Please feel free to copy any photos that we have placed. (please ask those who placed pictures for their permission.)
Thanks so much.
Debbie and Franklin Jordan
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|Todd Whitesides||RE: Katherine ? Stoughton|
Without any supporting evidence I really don't see the need to pursue such a lead. If you find anything more substantive let me know. I have already spent a lot of time pursuing her identity and am currently working on other projects. Thanks for your interest.
|Todd Whitesides||RE: 83418166 Katherine wo Stoughton|
That's not a surname I've seen connected with her. May I ask why you think it might be that?
|B L Larson||Almira N Man #85531871|
This appears to be a duplicate of memorial #33649982. That memorial was made in 2009. I suggest you remove yours to eliminate confusion. Thanks for all the work you do and for sharing.
I don't know if they were buried together or not. I got the information for the burials from this site:
You may be able to get more information from them.
Added by Cyndi on Jan 15, 2017 6:39 AM
Hey in the Lowerstone Cemetery John Klutts Has been entered 2 times once by you and once by Rick Jorden 35343105 his is after yours but updated. I'm trying to locate the John Klutts and correct them with the corrected inforation that I have. Also the John Klutts listed as unknown 159970541 I think I have found who it is and will be updating that memorial to John Klutts/Kluttz 1792- 1844 son of David Klotz 1761-1808 I have not been able to get a real look at that stone in pearson just the picture this John Klutts married Elizabeth Beaver Klutts in 1815 in rowan county former wife of David Beaver.
|JJ Coppinger||RE: Coppinger|
No, as far as I know, none of our kin settled in New York.
|cathy w||RE: Henry Frederick|
Debbie, I am using Family Tree Maker V 16 for my data, have been for 10 years.
All the data that I have is on www.findagrave.com
I don't plan to pursue any further information on the Frederick family backwards, so I won't be much help to you, I am sure that there are many others on Find A Grave in NY that are more helpful. Sorry.
Added by cathy w on Feb 17, 2016 12:17 PM
|Glenn Ellis||RE: Bost|
Regarding conversing on the Bost Family - would love to - I have been snowed in with so much and apologies for getting back to you so late. Please remind me again and we will figure a way to talk. My paternal great grandmother was Lucy Jane Bost who married Victor Chalmers "Vic" Ellis and yes, your husband would be related.
Keep me posted. :) "Steve" aka Glenn Ellis
|cathy w||RE: Henry Frederick|
Yes, my maiden name was Frederick. Jacob, (son of George Frederick & Catherine Cag) and Mary VanScriber-Frederick are the parents of William Henry born 1834, but he went by Henry most of the time. Their children were born in Lasselville, NY. He seems to be the black sheep of the family, living in several places in NY and dying young. Two of his brothers died in NY and a sister, Catherine Elias are buried in Dempster Cemetery, Fulton Co., NY. His younger brothers, Peter, Jacob, Charles, etc and their parents moved to Dodge County, Minnesota and all are buried there. If you go to Find A Grave FREDERICK-MINNESOTA-DODGE COUNTY you will find all my entries there.
My data came from Wilma Frederick-Nobbs who did the research by writing letters to the various courthouses and history centers in NY back in the 1960's.
I have asked Find A Grave volunteers for a photo of this cemetery stone, if there is one, and then we could verify his birth/death dates. Do you happen to live in NY? Since I am in MN it is a bit harder. I am at the end of my research, but thought I would try to link Henry to his parents one last time.
Added by cathy w on Dec 10, 2015 7:25 AM
|Joy Steele||RE: Our husbands' family connection|
I invited you to the tree-Steele, Jr., Maple Street Tree- through your email address. Let me know if you're still having a problem finding it.
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