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|Jeff Lloyd||RE: Eben C Clark|
Would you like a copy of the marriage record? They didn't have any kids together (they were both elderly). I'm not sure what the reason was to formally tie the knot, but it doesn't seem to have lasted long. I can email the record to you if you want it.
|Jeff Lloyd||RE: Eben C Clark|
The Eben I'm looking for was 65 yrs old in Sept. 1915, was a "retired merchant", his parents were Laben & Mary E (Knights) Clark, his place of birth was East Wheatland, IL, and his residence at time of marriage was Joliet, IL. (Emma was also originally from Joliet). But, their marriage was recorded in Dedham (which is where Emma lived). I'm certain this Eben Charles Clark is one and the same as your memorial #79366241. Any thoughts?
|Jeff Lloyd||Forgot memorial #|
Forgot to post memorial number with my question...... #79366241
|Jeff Lloyd||Eben C Clark|
The Eben Charles Clark I'm referring to is from Illinois, and married Emma in 1915, and as stated on the marriage record in Dedham, MA, his parents were Laben & Mary (Knights) Clark. I'm pretty sure that is the same one....
|Jeff Lloyd||Question about Eben C Clark|
Hi, I was wondering if you might know anything about the last 10 years of Eben's life. My research has him marrying Emma E (Ranney) Van Ham in Dedham, MA on 14 Sep 1915, but on the 1920 Federal Census, she is listed as Emma Clark, but marital status says "widow". Eben didn't die until 1925, but Emma was a widow (and so was Eben) before marrying, so maybe it was a mistake by the original enumerator or miscommunication by whoever supplied the info at the time of record. I have been unable to locate any death or burial info for Emma, but she was still living in Dedham, MA in 1940. So, I was wondering if you know any more information regarding their late, elderly marriage and what happened afterward? Thanks.
|Dennis C. Olson||RE: Dora Swenson|
You're welcome. We were acquainted with Dora back in the 1960's and have several scrapbooks with obits etc on many people. I'm working on getting as many obits in as I can.
|Ken Kelly||Joseph Kelley #38087573|
Are you a descendant of Joseph Kelley? Do you have any proof that he was the son of Azariah Kelley? They lived next door to each other in one of the Censuses. That's all we've come up with. Do you know anything as to who Edward Kelley's parents were? I, of course, maintain the Memorials on 'Find A Grave' for Joseph, David Kelley and their wives, among others. Maybe we're distant cousins. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
Ken Kelly email@example.com
|Ken Kelly||David Sanderson Kelley #53573802|
May I inquire as to whether and how you are related to David Sanderson Kelley? He is my 2nd great uncle. You left flowers on his Memorial. Maybe we can exchange Family Lineage. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
Ken Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Mary Ann Hays||RE: Franklin Lewis Hays|
Thanks, Shannell, I remember you now. I am trying to find out who has the roster of FLH's volunteer regiment, or who know's it's source. It's always nice on Ancestry to have sources.
Would you happen to know if this Fenner was related to Edward Fenner who was a chief of police in Troy PA? He was killed in the line of duty in 1905.
Added by bluelady on Dec 30, 2014 6:23 PM
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