|Saratoga||RE: Alfred W. Davisson #154306992|
Michelle, I sure wish I could help, but I don't have anything further on the Davisson. Sorry!
Added by Saratoga on Apr 26, 2016 12:44 PM
|Family Finder||Charles Martin|
Thank you so much for the great information.
|Librarian Jessie||Ainsworths and Booths|
I am looking for information on Hiram Ainsworth and his wife Julia. And Hiram's father, Lemuel. If you have any family bibles or other sorts of documents that you found, could you please email me through my profile? I have lots to share.
Thank you for the Family Links. Best wishes.
Thanks so much, Michelle, you're a peach!
Are you by any chance related to Julia Ainsworth Booth? You posted a photo of her. I believe she is the daughter of Hiram Ainsworth and Julia Haynor. My records show that Hiram's daughter, Julia, married a John Booth. There were quite a few Ainsworths in the area.
Thank you SO much for this memorial and for Squire P Bentleys 4th child, also, but most especially for Layton & Harriet. We appreciate it so much, we have been searching such a long time. Best wishes to you in your graving.
So sorry, Harriet was married to Layton Jr. Benj's brother.
Your note says last of 4 children. I only have 3, may I know the 4th? Do you have death and burial information for the others? Also, is the Harriet Bentley mentioned in the note below the same Harriet that was married to Benjamin and lived in Ripley? Thank you so much.
|jeff higgins||Harriet Bentley|
I hate to leave a mystery unsolved. I went back to the Oneida cemetery and we finally found Harriet Bentley. She was written on the side of HENRY HOBBS stone. All it says is: Mother, Harriet Bentley. Off to the left is a small stone that reads MOTHER across the top and Bentley on the front. If this matches your info, let me know and I'll add the pictures. Any other questiuons let me know. Jeff
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