|Charles Waid (#47043408)|
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Charles V. Waid (Chuck) born in San Francisco, California, married his 9th cousin, Barbara L. Brown. We have 100's of Massachusetts ancestors.|
Lived in Oxford, Massachusetts in the early 2000's, for 3 years just to document our ancestors, and now back in Bonney Lake, Washington. Have been doing genealogy since 1979 and full time since 1996.
My wife and I both descend from Lot Conant and Experince Mitchell. Both men coming to America on the "Ann" in 1621.
I ONLY maintain our families and their family members. I will transfer members of those families if they are not direct ancestors of ours.
We are always happy to share genealogical information about our ancestors with our "cousins".
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|JJoyce||RE: Harriet Smith|
Thanks, I will keep an eye out for her. I saw a couple of "suspects."
Added by JJoyce on Jun 25, 2017 7:12 PM
|SFC Shirley Ann Smith||RE: Zula Bonham|
Spouse John Sherman Rudy his father Jacob T. Rudy his brother Daniel Andrew Rudy my grandfather.
|Nikita Barlow||Zebulon Jones|
Thanks for the additional info. I've updated Zebulon's page re: the Newark meeting of 1794, also crediting you as the source.
|Nikita Barlow||"The Widow Abigail Jones"|
According to James Hoyt's "The Mountain Society, A History of the First Presbyterian Church, Orange", a local history published in 1860, Abigail Ball, the daughter of Joseph and Anna Ball of Bloomfield, had married Daniel Harrison (p.32). Hoyt doesn't mention subsequent marriages, but it's possible that Abigail's gravestone soubriquet, "the Widow", was inspired by her having survived 3 husbands: Harrison, Curry, and Zebulon Jones. Evidently Zebulon must have died prior to 1801, and Abigail may have returned to Bloomfield, which would account for her burial there rather than in the Orange churchyard.
|Nikita Barlow||Abigail Jones, nee Ball|
What a coincidence! I'd created Abigail's memorial page many years ago, after photographing many of the early American stones in Bloomfield Cemetery, including hers. She's ID'd as "Widow Abigail Jones" on her gravestone, but I don't know who her deceased husband was, only that she was buried near her father, a prominent man in Bloomfield.