|Peter Wells (#47565598)|
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I am studying any/all surnamed Fifield individuals and have been doing Fifield genealogy work for over 15 years, including some 14 published articles in the quarterly publication of the NH Society of Genealogists.|
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|April Goddard||Daniel Fifefield|
I have been pouring over your excellent research of the Fifield family, trying to connect a branch of my family in the Eastern Townships with the Fifefields that would fall in the fifth generation of your tree. According to a weak paper trail, one of my husband's ancestors, Abigail Fifefield (Phifield) married Mark Spinney, Jr. in Bolton, Brome County in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Canada probably around 1810ish.
Someone who I presume is her father is listed on the 1825 census for Bolton, Daniel Fifefield. However, both Daniels who would have been born at the correct time to be her father in your family tree (Daniel 137 or Daniel 133) never lived in Canada according to your notes.
Do you have any thoughts about who our Daniel Fifefield might be and how he might fit into your tree? I am happy to provide detailed information from my tree if it helps, as well as all original sources I have. It is listed on Ancestry.com under "Walters family."
I appreciate any guidance you might provide.
|BL Hughes||Arthur Fifield|
THE BIG FLOOD
Arthur S. Skip Fifield was a popular hero when he and his helpers came into town via boat from Holderness School to which point they came with a load or Manchester Unions Thursday afternoon. We understand Skip won a bet of twenty five dollars when he made this hazardous trip. >The Plymouth Record, March 21, 1936, p1.
|Richard Bump||RE: Dearborn's History of Salibury NH|
I can believe that and the history of Chester isn't any better, but it is a start. Nancy Healey is either the daughter of Paul or Samuel Healey. Most likely Paul since Samuel's children are fairly well identified and there doesn't appear to be a good match. The only child of Paul that I can ID is Paul, Jr.
|Eugenia Bonnie (Brown) Ruff||Wells|
I was born in Rochester, NH and my 4th gt grandmother was Rebecca Wells b 1795 Durham, NH d Dec 8, 1877 Rochester, NH. She married my 4th gt grandfather Moses Howard. She was the daughter of Edward Wells b 1768 Durham, NH d 1817 Isle of Shoals and his wife Margery Hardy b 1778 NH d Mar 24, 1824. I have been stuck on the lineage of Edward Wells and yet to locate his parents. Any direction would be greatly appreciated.
|KParn||# 76513980 Capt. Josiah Green|
I took a photo today of Capt. Josiah Green's grave in Salisbury, NH, and posted it to his Find A Grave memorial that you maintain. Anyway, his year of death was 1840 at 78 years of age instead of the 1846 listed , so could you please update his info with the inscription on his stone. regards, Ken
Added by KParn on Nov 19, 2012 5:58 PM
Please connect Archelaus Adams
memorial 76335486 to his father,
Archelaus Adams memorial 40012070
and mother, Mercy Dow Adams
Peter would you transfer memorial
#76335702 Lieut Joseph Adams to our
contributor #47004943 Robert Emerick.
Lieut Joseph Adams is the 3rd gr.
grandfather of my wife Lila Adams
Emerick. We will create a bio for
Joseph and the family.
Lila and Robert Emerick
|Stuart Strout Woodside Skolfield||Fifield Family|
Thank You very much for this information, all has been added. It is people like you that will make this a "Very Famous Website." Your Friend, Stuart
|Greg Taylor||Wilson Memorials|
Peter, Thank-you for transferring the Wilson Memorials over to me.
|David Edsall||Galen & Ruth Fifield|
Peter, thank you for providing the buographical information about Galen and Ruth, I've linked them and added the information to their memorials. Best, David
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