|Betty Hadley White (#46864220)|
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I think that Daniel Carey might be a cousin of my great great grandmother Eliza Carey.
Is there any chance that you might have come across the record of his marriage to Edna Stone?
I have found documents that connect Eliza Carey to Daniel's father and Daniel to Eliza's family.
Eliza Carey was married to Thomas Driscoll; have you come across any record of their marriage or
of them separately?
I can supply documents if you are interested.
|Scotty||William and Mary Viall|
Thank you sooo much Betty for taking time out of your life to obtain these photos for me.
Added by Scotty on Jul 22, 2016 12:37 AM
|cw-sawyers||John H Sawyer 167249162|
Thank you for this memorial
|Elisa Rolle||RE: Mary Emma Woolley|
Thank you Betty, than the other Woolley is an omonymous, strange is they have the same birth and death date and also the name of the cemetery is Hillside... very strange coincidence! but your information are direct. Could be they buried the ashes in another Hillside cemetery in Connecticut? Elisa
|judy lemay||marietta and james smith|
Marietta and James Smith are my great grandparents.
From genealogy research and direct family records I have additional information on the Smith's. Can this information be added to their Find a Grave profile. At least their birth dated noted to help people with Genealogy research.
Marietta - full name was Marietta Munrette Smith. She was born on June 14,1836 in New York City and died on June 16,1904 in Westport.
James - full name was James Allen Smith also known as the first "Pipemaker Smith". He was born in England on January 8, 1828.
|Donna Romeyn||Joseph James|
Hi Betty, I have to let you know I am researching my daughter-in-law family. I have traced it back to Joseph James and have seen that you are the one that has contributed this information. I am not sure how or if you are related to the " James" family but I thought it was really coincidental that my new grand daughter that I am researching for is named( Hadley)
of Westport. Have located his wife and another child in Cambridge VT, along with his mother. Much is known about this family. His father was a RW soldier.
Added by CarolynA on Nov 05, 2015 9:24 PM
|Dwayne Crandall||Alden Crandall part 2|
Ah... I think I have my answer. Emma Gorton Crandall was divorced by the census date in 1910 and later (Oct) of that year married Ed Linsey.
|Dwayne Crandall||Alden Bradford Crandall|
I noticed in your bio you listed mother as Emma Lindsay; however, I have her as Emma Gorton. My reasoning is the name given on the marriage license as well as Alden being in a Gorton family in the 1910 census listed as a grandchild. I realize that Emma might have been earlier married to a man named Gorton. Do you have any definitive answer? Thanks for your work on find a grave. Dwayne
|Gemeniguy||Joseph Abair Jr.|
I appreciate you linking Joseph Abair, Jr. to his parents Joseph Abair and Virginia Laurion Abair. Unfortunately, due to a potential conflict with some of the descendants of Joseph and Virginia, I deleted their memorials from Find A Grave. I won't get into the specific circumstances, but I won't go near with a ten foot pole any of the ancestors of these people. I have also deleted the memorials of many others in St. Patrick Cemetery for the same reason, even though I can legally post photos of their graves, which I have in my possession. Again, sorry for doing this but I didn't want to deal with the descendants of these people. But that doesn't mean someone else can't photo the graves of their ancestors and create memorials for them. It's just not going to be me.
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