|TIMOTHY D MARVIN||Parents of Benjamin Havens b. 1760 d. Aug. 23, 1823|
Do you happen to know if the parents of Benjamin Havens b. 1760 d. Aug. 23, 1823 might be Nathaniel and Esther (Graves) Havens?
I descend from a son of this couple by the name of Nathaniel, who also lived in the same area as Benjamin. I am considering the possibility that they might be brothers. The younger Nathaniel was born about 1762-1768 and moved from Oxford, Chenango County NY after their 1820 census.
The Covington, Genesee County NY census for 1820 was not completed until Feb 1821. It enumerates what I believe must be the younger Nathaniel. He appears in the 1830, 1840 and 1850 census records of Leroy, Genesee, NY. I am unable to find where he died or was buried. Most likely he and/or his wife Clarissa/Clara died in or near Leroy.
|Bonnie Flannery||Amy Swift|
Thank you for transfering my 3 greats grandmother to me. I can now link her to the rest of our family.
Hello Bob thanks for the memorials you've done for the Dugar Family. I was wondering if I may have your permission to post them to my online tree giving you credit thanks. Jim
|Mary Stilwell||children of Almira and Moses Ross|
You have listed two children. What about all of the rest? There are many.
Mary Ross Stilwell Seles
|Susan Larson||Aaron Williams|
First of all, thank you very much for posting Aaron & Olenia Williams tombstones on find-A-Grave. I have been researching the Williams family for many years and wondered if you are related to either Aaron or Olenia.
Thank you for your time,
|Mary E. Warner||Warner transfers|
Thanks for the transfers. Totally unexpected. I will probably pass them on to Find A Grave member John Warner, who is related to these particular Warners. Thanks again.
Not requested but good to have. I've been doing quite a bit of research concerning Baruch Gilbert's family with Fanny. The sons headed west.
Added by Sonja on Aug 12, 2012 5:10 PM
|Lois Branch||Minerva Swan tombstone photo|
Thank you so much for the great photo. I appreciate your kindness.
|Sonja||Back to Nehemiah---|
The Oklahoma descendants use the SPALDING spelling. Your photograph has enough of Nehemiah's surname to indicate that they are correct. Thank you.
Added by Sonja on Mar 17, 2011 8:26 AM
Thank you for photographing this very old tombstone. Some of his descendants ended up in Oklahoma and I know they will be pleased as well.
Added by Sonja on Mar 17, 2011 8:10 AM
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