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Thank you for the edit on Delia Aten.
Added by Betsy on Mar 17, 2017 1:49 PM
|JRH||Isaac Cole Family Tree book|
Your entry for William Cole(Find A Grave Memorial #8900256)mentions an Isaac Cole family tree book.
Do you have any information on this book, or where to find it?
JRH -- Cole descendant
Added by JRH on Feb 26, 2017 7:06 PM
|Richard H. L. Chichester, III||John Whittelsey #11547021|
Would you be willing to post as part of his bio?
John Whittelsey, b. Dec. 11, 1665, in the house beside the ferry at Say Brook Point, Conn.— the first born Whittelsey in America. On this time-honored spot he spent his life. He was a shoemaker by trade and kept general merchandise for sale; it is also probable that he loaned money in small amounts at a good rate of interest. He served the colony in both political and military offices. [Old Saybrook Records, Vo1. I.] On the 9th day of May, 1693, married Hannah Long, who was born on the 11th September, 1665, at Say Brook, Conn., and who was the widow of Simon Large.
At a meeting of the General Court, holden at Hartford, on the 19th of May, 1696, was made deputy or representative for Say Brook, reappointed consecutively until 1704. The name is found among the list of those made "freemen" on the 5th of April, 1704. Served as "Townsman" during the year of 1705. [Colonial Records of Conn., 169610 1705. Saybrook Records, Vo1. I.]
"The General Assembly on the 11th day of May, in the seventh year of the reign of our sovereign, Lord George of Great Brittain, etc., King, Annoque Dom. 1721." "This assembly do establish and confirm Mr. John Whittelsey to be Lieutenant of the first company or trainband in the town of Saybrook, and order that he be commissioned accordingly." Was appointed to act as constable to collect the county rates in 1725 and served as such. [Colonial Records of Conn., 1717 to 1725, P- 234.]
"Lieut. John Whittelsey departed this life ye 2d day of July, 1735," in his 70th year. His Will, dated Dec. 19, 1730, was probated July 24, 1735. Mrs. Whittelsey died on the 6th of January, 1752, in her 80th year.
Their children were:
1. Hezekiah, b. Mar. 24, 1694; d. July 23, 1705.
2. Joseph, b. August 21, 1695; d. Dec. 23, 1695.
3. + John, b. Nov. 1, 1696; m. Sarah Williams.
4. + Ruth, b. Sept. 24, 1699; m. Josiah Dibble.
5. + Martha, b. Sept. 3, 1701; m. Samuel Kirtland.
6. + Temperance, b. Aug. 30, 1703; m. James Wright, Jr.
7. + Hezekiah, b. Apr. 28, 1708; m. 1st, Priseilla Jones; 2d, Mrs. Lydia Watrous (nee Bushnell).
8. David, b. Feb. 20, 1710; d. Nov. 10, 1728.
~Genealogy of the Whittelsey-Whittlesey family; Charles Barney Whittelsey; C. B. Whittelsey, 1898; pg. 29.
|Michael Collins||memorial care|
Jacob Collins memorial # 9437624
is my 4th Great Grandfather. If nobody else has spoken up and he isn't related to you can I take over his memorial please.
Thanks, Michael Collins
|Paula Stout||Find a grave#11241348|
Lydia Ingraham, the marker looks like she died 6 Sep 1756, not 1758, age 2 years old. Her birth date should be 1754. Can you change.
Please include the find a grave # with your reply.
|Paula Stout||Find a grave#11241373|
Samuel Ingraham, can you tell me if his wife's name is Abigail Ingraham, #11241317, their birth and death dates are very close. Are they buried near each other.
Please include find a grave# in your reply.
|LadyBonita||KIBBE of Madison Co. NY|
I was wondering if you are connected to Charles or Philip KIBBE that you transcribed from Somer, CT and Madison Co., NY?
My ancestor, James WELLS, lived in the same town as where Philip purchased land and the son that was born to James WELLS in 1825 was named Charles Kibbe WELLS. I am trying to find if there is a connection other than neighbor/friends.
|David Gladwell||Havens Family, Narrows, VA|
Judith, I am working on a memorial for Jacqueline Turner Creger. Her obit lists her mother as Myrtle Elizabeth Ferguson Turner, and a half brother named Rodney Havens (20651871). You put virtual flowers on the memorials for Myrtle E Havens (20651323) and Rodney. I believe that Myrtle is Rodney's mother, by her second husband (Havens), and that her first husband was William Turner, and Jacqueline's father. By any chance, can you confirm this? Thanks for your help.
|JM||Wow, thanks Judith.|
Thanks for all the detail you include on your memorials.
Added by JM on Nov 27, 2016 12:53 AM
|Gloria Day||Elizabeth Michaux|
Born Marie Elisabeth, daughter of Joannes Baptista Devroey and Anna Catharina Malliet.
Wife of Thomas Michaux, son of Jacobus Michaux and Anna Maria De Kaeter, whom she married on 6 April 1845 in Oud-Heverlee, Brabant, Belgium.
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