|debra coffman (#47413970)|
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Hi, my name is Debbie. I just started working on my family and extended family genelogy. I love spending time with my family, traveling, scrapebooking and photographing.|
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|Kathryn Willard Conway||RE: Lillian Thelma Johnson|
You're welcome! Lillian is one of my many sixth cousins descended from Johannes (John) Bartle (1736-1808) and Margaret Lutt (1737-1801). She is also my sixth cousin descended from Benaiah Loomis (1752-1838) and Rachel Patterson (1746-1816).
In this case, I chose to research distant cousins, because I wanted to research all the relatives of the Bartles buried in Wellsboro, PA, as I am distantly related to all of them.
|jerry smith||RE: Transfer of Adah & Fredrick Parker|
They are my great great grandparents on my mothers side. Their son Jospeh Parker was my great grandfather. His daughter Margaret Parker was my grandmother. I would prefer to continue to manage these graves. It saddens me that they are both in graves without tombstones.
|Daniel Hoffmann||RE: Edits on the McFarlands|
You're welcome. I feel if I have the information, the fields are there for some reason. One of my great-grandmothers was a Kamp, which is how the Gatenbys are in my tree. Are you a family member?
|Tim||RE: Richard Boone McFarland|
LOL. Your regular e-mail.
Added by Tim on Sep 15, 2015 5:37 PM
|Tim||RE: Richard Boone McFarland|
Debra, Please check your "other" e-mail inbox.
Added by Tim on Sep 15, 2015 10:30 AM
|JMW||RE: Charles Covel Chapman|
no I am not related, I am a retired railroader myself and just like to track old railroaders. John in Missouri
Added by JMW on May 07, 2015 3:45 PM
It can be very difficult to keep track of so much information and as I was looking at the record created I noticed a couple of inconsistencies that could be confusing. The written account of Josiah's Revolutionary War service says that he was attached to a SC regiment, yet there is a digital record attached that says he was an ensign in a unit from RI. Since the written account refers to the language in the military pension record submitted by Josiah's wife, it is most likely the correct version. Also, although you have a death date from a descendant it would seem that the information provided was incorrect. Again referencing the pension application the widow says he died before 1846. And as the widow, Sarah, died in 1849 and is listed in the mortality record and Josiah is not listed in that record the earlier date is likely the most valid.
Please know that I appreciate your efforts and recognize how hard it is to keep so much information straight. My message is not meant as a criticism; only to help reduce the misinformation that can get included in amateur family trees. Thank you.
Added by Leslee on Mar 31, 2015 8:48 PM
|JMW||Charles Covel Chapman|
do you know what Railroad Charles worked for? thanks John in Missouri
Added by JMW on Mar 31, 2015 8:19 PM
|Danette Percifield Cogswell||RE: Martin S Leonard Transfer|
Transfer has been made per your request
|Willis Stagner||Mary ann Atagner 75417085|
Please add the parents: John Stagner 129525851 and Anna Hendricks Stagner 129526335
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