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|Gary Bonney (#47070426)|
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After my father's passing, I have taken over for him of researching our family tree. This includes our main branches; My parents: the Bonneys and the Pumphreys. My Grandparents: the Bonneys, the Pumphreys, the Weeks, and the Lowes. My great grandparents: the Bonneys, the Pumphreys, the Weeks, the Lowes, the Eddys; the Taylors, and the Baffords.|
On my wife Jackie's side I am working on the Silvesters (Di Silvestre), Quattrociocchi, Tenaglia, Histons, Tarants (Tarantinos), Fidler, Cornwell, Mothershead.
I currently have over 82,729
names, 25,217 marriages, 41
generations, and 8657 surnames in my family tree. Please feel free to contact me to exchange information on our respective families.
In addition to my family tree, I have begun transcribing markers at Rockville Union Cemetery, Rockville, Montgomery Co., Maryland and Mount Carmel Methodist Cemetery, Bel Air, Hartford Co., Maryland.
May the Lord Bless You Through his son Christ Jesus.
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|Doris Christensen||RE: Photos of Pumphrey at Melrose Methodist|
you are more than welcome, glad I could get it for you.
|kee rodgers||Capt Leander Dwight Kee|
On findagrave the pic said to be Dwight is not him. This pic is John Wonsetler the husband of Dwights sister Lydia Kee. A pic of Dwight can be seen in the book "The Story of a Thousand" the history of the Ohio 105th.
|Deborah Tripp Probert||Bonney Cemetery, Oxford County, Maine|
Just to let you know that preservation work is underway here (summer 2017) following archively correct methods used in our Maine Old Cemetery Asso. workshops :) David Bonney is my 4th great grandfather & I couldn't bear to see his headstone lie broken!
|mike reeves||RE: Ward and Helen Ryder photo|
You're welcome, it's an interesting pastime which provides a service to others.
|Kathy W||Albert Bonnney|
Hello Gary, is the above email address current? I sent you some messages.
Added by Kathy W on Aug 25, 2017 6:19 AM
|FindingOurLott||Ella May Pumphrey|
Dear Gary, an obituary for Ella May Pumphrey was published in my East Texas hometown newspaper. I welcome sharing a copy with you if you would like it for your family records and/or to add to the it to the biography of the memorial.
I await your reply.
Warmest genealogy regards,
|Ricky Doyle||Family Tree|
Hi Gary, I think maybe you are my 6th Cousin. Hope you are doing Great!
My mothers maiden name is Brooks and her mother Bafford.
|David Roberts||Joseph Valentine Morgan|
Here's additional information & a correction for Joseph Valentine Morgan # 42655960 at Rockville Cemetery. He is the son of Joseph Francis Morgan # 20777288 & Ellen Leigh Edelen Morgan #20696106, both at St. Aloysius Gonzaga R. C. Cemetery, Leonardtown, St. Mary's County. It looks like the Jr. & Sr. were mixed in the citations at Rockville. His birthdate matches with the known children of this couple at Leonardtown. He descends from a number of major Southern Maryland Catholic families.
His grandmother may be at St. Aloysius as well & his grandfather at Old St. Joseph's, Morganza, St. Mary's County, but I'll not link them until I find out for sure.
Thank you !
|Banana ana||167346342 Eliza Wood Squire Riggs|
Hello Gary Bonney
Are you Related to Eliza Wood Squire Riggs?
She was the wife of my 4th great uncle.
If you are related do you know where the name wood came from?
|Cynthia Orr||Nicholas Nimrod Pumphrey|
I attached some files from the National Archives on the military service of Nicholas Nimrod Pumphrey, M.D. to my family tree.You are most welcome to peruse them.
They show that he definitely died in Camp Anderson, which was about 6 miles north of Little Rock, Arkansas, on 16 April, 1863. Other records show that at one point, he was relieved of duty in 1862 due to illness. His death due to fever a year later is tragic, but very common under the circumstances. It is nearly certain that he would have been buried close by as the Union forces were arrayed not far from Little Rock that year, in their campaign to capture the city for the Union side. Even though he was an officer, the command would have no resources to ship his body back to his family.
In addition, Pumphrey's family, (his wife, Lydia Orr is our 2x Great Aunt) had relocated with their children during the War away from Independence, Missouri to Council Bluffs, Iowa.
An incidental note but interesting to our family history is that Nicholas Nimrod Pumphrey was the only person on that side of the family who fought with the C.S.A. His brothers in law (Orr family) all joined the Union Army.Even his cousin Lot Pumphrey fought for the Union side.
Another curious note is that his parents Nicholas and Cassandra were closely related....kind of like first cousins.
Anyway, you might want to update the Find A Grave record for Nicholas Nimrod Pumphrey. Record # 171565900.
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