|Andrew Loman (#47716820)|
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I am a direct descendent of Elijah Peck, a Babtist Minister from Pleasant Mount PA. and a direct descendent of Nathan L. Kennedy also a notable early settler of Pleasant Mount. I am a history buff with a particular interest in Civil War period ancestors. My Great-Great Uncle George Washington Peck was a member of the United States Sharpshooters 2nd Regiment as was his brother-in-law Robert E. Alexander, both of whom lived in Pleasant Mount.|
I am interested in connecting with folks that have a similar interest.
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|Grant Davis||RE: Elijah Peck Jr.|
Lovica (Lovisa, Levica) is a daughter of Solomon Sherwood who was the son of John Sherwood. If you go to my blog
there is a video that covers John and a little on his five children, one of which was Solomon Sherwood (1780-1867). My other blog
has more posts on John Sherwood (1746-1820).
Yes is was fun to discover The Sherwood Graveyard in Pleasant Mount, Wayne, Pennsylvania and find Solomon and about 25 of his family members in the Sherwood Cemetery. The Cemetery was in excellent condition when I visited it about a month ago. I also have relatives in the Wheeler Cemetery (Jabez Sherwood, Caroline Sherwood Brown, Sarah Sherwood Tillman, Margaret Ogden Sherwood and others). Jabez was a brother of Solomon Sherwood. Most of these are linked in findagrave.com.
I found the St. Johns Episcopal Church in Stamford, Connecticut where all five of John and Lovisa Burtis's children were baptized. Also found the locations (included in my blog) of where John and Lovisa Burtis Sherwood lived, and found their graves in Wurtsboro, Sullivan, New York. As you can see I'm somewhat addicted to family history. :-). If there is anything I can do to help, please let me know.
|Grant Davis||Elijah Peck|
i just linked Elijah's son to him.
|psc||RE: Sarah Kennedy Seibert|
I appreciate your messages and you're very welcome! I also have photos for Lois E. Seibert (1935-1936) and Benjamin H. Kennedy (1892-1960) that were on those two stones. If you'd like to create memorial pages, I'll be happy to add them.
Added by psc on Sep 06, 2013 6:26 PM