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Sandra Lytch (#47125988)
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Susy Flaming
Sarah Sally Jones Wesley # 150826908
I was just reading the memorial for Sarah and I believe you meant to write, "Sarah married Thomas Wesley" rather than "Sarah married Thomas E. Jones abt. 1819" which would be her father if I'm not mistaken. And later it says before Thomas Jones married Charlotte.
Added by Susy Flaming on Apr 24, 2017 6:16 PM
RL (Bob) Nielsen
Thomas Wiseman Memorial# 166587532
It appears this Thomas, and his wife Christena, are my 5th-great grandparents. I have had difficulty nailing down their exact family connections. Some sources have referenced Abraham and Susanna (Hite) Wiseman as Thomas' parents (adoptive or not), others have referenced different parents. Your memorial seems to provide confident background on Thomas. Do you have more comprehensive (and well-documented) information on him, his wife Christena, as well as Abraham & Susanna (Hite) Wiseman?


Added by RL (Bob) Nielsen on Jan 02, 2017 1:36 PM
carolyn beckwith
RE: Horns and Simmers
Hello again. If you ever track those elusive Horns back to Europe from Delaware, please let me know. I was in Ohio last August and cousins there and I found more Horn graves in Tuscarawas County, OH.
Added by carolyn beckwith on Mar 29, 2016 9:38 AM
I just found the photo you placed on Capt. Thomas E. Ashby's memorial. Thank you! Could you also place it on his wife Mary's memorial since you specifically mentioned her in the description? Also, did you use the "other" option for the type of photo rather than "grave" or "person"? (I've never done "other" to see what kind of icon shows up on the memorial listing.) Thanks again.
Added by J.L. on Feb 09, 2016 4:16 PM
John Edwin Shuler # 38498652
You added a headstone pic to his memorial, it is so tiny it can't be read. Do you happen to have the full version available to replace it with or perhaps send me? He is a 3rd cousin from my Wentz line.
Added by Cyndi on Oct 16, 2015 1:35 PM
Robert & Christine Stom
RE: Jesse Ashby
Hello Sandra,

Thank you, this is all such great information. Life has been kind of busy for the past few days. I will be able to get back to you on all of this soon.

Thanks again,
Added by Robert & Christine Stom on Jun 25, 2015 5:08 AM
Larry E. Barnes
Nelson Co. genealogy, Ross family
You're doing good things!
Added by Larry E. Barnes on Jun 24, 2015 4:07 PM
Robert & Christine Stom
Jesse Ashby
Hello Sandra,

I updated the bio for Jesse. Let me know if you have anything else you would like to add.


Added by Robert & Christine Stom on Jun 22, 2015 8:55 PM
Robert & Christine Stom
Jesse Ashby
Hello Sandra,

I received your message concerning Jesse Ashby. I'm glad that you did find the information on our website helpful. "Jesse Ashby was born in Frederick Co., VA in 1738. That was actually the year that Frederick County was formed." Frederick County was created on June 10, 1748 from parts of Prince George's County and Baltimore County. That would be about 10 years after Jesse's birth. As for him being born in VA, it is certainly (and most likely) the case, but understand that Frederick County is very close to Maryland and Carroll County, Md wasn't formed until 1837 from parts of Baltimore and Frederick Counties. I do feel that this bears more research and I am willing to, in the meantime, to change (as you suggested) that Jesse was born in Frederick County, VA, until more source information becomes available.

As for the Revolutionary War service memorial and source information, I feel that until a challenge is made to the DAR concerning the question of his service, I believe that it should remain unchanged. Do you have any supporting documentation or evidence to challenge the DAR on this matter? Or can you explain why you feel that Jesse Ashby didn't serve? Daniel Morgan, after Dunmore's War, went to serve and was gathering volunteers and militia in that part of Virginia for the Revolutionary War. I will have to look through my sources and documentation to see if Jesse Ashby has a Rev. War grant. I do have some of the grants granted to his brothers. There may also be some documentation for Revolutionary War pensions, but I'll have to check. It might be worth contacting the DAR to see if they can provide their source information about Jesse and why they put up the stone.

In the meantime, there's an interesting story about his brother Stephen that you might be interested in reading. Here's the link:

Added by Robert & Christine Stom on Jun 22, 2015 7:03 AM
Robert & Christine Stom
Jesse Ashby
Hello Sandra,

I received your messages regarding Jesse Ashby.
I guess this makes us cousins (a few times removed).
Since we are both descended from Jesse and Tamar.
My GGGGgrandfather was his son Thomas Ashby B.1781.
Anything you wish to add the the Jesse and/or Tamar memorial, I'll add. There is more information on the Ashbys on our website
Feel free to check it out.

Added by Robert & Christine Stom on May 28, 2015 7:35 PM
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