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Sharon S (#47553175)
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Danielle (Richardson) Sullivan
RE: George Washington Richardson
The best line-age is though James Richardson. He is William "Rowdy" Father. He serviced in the American Revolution. D.A. R. National # 541482.
Added by Danielle (Richardson) Sul... on Feb 23, 2017 10:10 PM
Danielle (Richardson) Sullivan
RE: George Washington Richardson
There's a lot of information Paulding County, Ohio. On some record, You'll find George Washington Richardson shown as Washington or Washie.
Added by Danielle (Richardson) Sul... on Feb 23, 2017 9:59 PM
Danielle (Richardson) Sullivan
RE: George Washington Richardson
George Washington Richardson is on William "Rowdy" Richardson will. Rowdy is the son of James Richardson and Martha Iddings. James Richardson is listed in the DAR
Added by Danielle (Richardson) Sul... on Feb 23, 2017 11:05 AM
Rachael
Family Matter
Dear Sharon,

I have sent you a very important message via email.
Added by Rachael on Dec 02, 2016 4:11 PM
kellybean
RE: John O Sayre
You might want to check with Ralph H. and Hilda Sayre. Their Find A Grave #47646266. Thanks.
Added by kellybean on Oct 12, 2016 1:33 PM
cfenters
RE: Priscilla Weddle Stinchcomb
You are welcome!
Added by cfenters on Aug 16, 2016 11:33 PM
cfenters
RE: Priscilla Weddle Stinchcomb
I found Pricilla's parents already listed in findagrave and linked her to them. Her father is already linked to his parents.

The SAR application lists James Stinchcomb's parents George & Mary Hmmond, his grandparents as William & Henrietta, his great-grandparents as John & Katherine, his gg-grandfather Nathaniel (1661-1729) & his ggg=grandfather Nathaniel (died 1670). I have not started working on any of these yet and I don't know if any of them are in findagrave.

That's the extent of what I have.

Good luck!
Added by cfenters on Jun 03, 2016 2:47 AM
cfenters
RE: Priscilla Weddle Stinchcomb
I found all my information on Ancestry. Priscilla's name is actually spelled without the 's' according to her headstone. Could not find her in findagrave until I went to my family tree and noticed the different spelling. The sources include: 1850 & 1860 census from Bloom, Seneca County, Ohio, 1870 census from Sycamore, Wyandot County, Ohio, Mchigan death certificate for their son William Robert Stinchcomb 1831-1905 (lists parents' names), fndagrave headstone photo, & U.S. Sons of the American Revolution Membership Appliction which lists Priscilla Weddle as the wife of James Stinchcomb. That's all I have so far. This line is still a work-in-progress. Are you related? Pricilla is my 4th g-grandmother. With the finding of the SAR application, I now have info back to my 9th g-grandfather on the Stinchcomb side. The Stinchcomb side came into being with my 3rd g-grandfather's marriage to Elizabeth Stinchcomg, daughter of James & Pricilla. Mry 3rd g-grandfather was Henry Martin.

Hope this answers your questions. If you have any more, don't hesitate to ask.

Cheryl Fenters
Added by cfenters on Jun 02, 2016 6:44 PM
Jon Bellomy
Lockwood Connection.
Hi, cousin Sharon.
Through a bit of perfunctory research, I have found my connection to the Lockwood family through my father's great grandmother's lineage. I will be trying to connect the dots in order to fine-tune our exact relationship (as well as that of many, many other cousins). The double cousin, once, twice, thrice removed, etc., kind of thing makes fleshing out roots, branches and twigs so very interesting. Some of our common ancestors have amazing stories written about them. The Virginia/West Virginia/Kentucky/Ohio/ Tennessee/Maryland connections alone - in my Dad's Great Grandmother's line - could keep me reading (with my jaw agape) for a year. One historical account leads to so many related ones - it's literally an exponential curve kind of data-gathering process.

Happy Hunting, cuz

Yours, Jon
Added by Jon Bellomy on Jun 29, 2015 10:16 AM
Jon Bellomy
RE: Shared lineage
Morning, Cousin.
People often don't understand why folk like you and I are so passionate about keeping family history alive. I'm the only one in my immediate family who seems interested - at least enough to expend any great effort. Anyway, last night - acting on a hunch concerning traditional given names that were popping up in my Ritchie family line, I came up with an unexpected reward: I found that Agnes Ritchie - my GGGGGG Grandfather's daughter - was Great Grandmother to David Stern Crockett. I always wondered where that coonskin cap and powderhorn in the attic came from. Now I know. ;) Have a great Sunday.
Added by Jon Bellomy on Jun 28, 2015 9:27 AM
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