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My grandmothers Carleton/Eldridge family, created my interest in researching, finding documentation going back to the Mayflower! Combining the rich French Chartier/Rose history of my mothers family has been an adventure. Find A Grave is a wonderful resource, thanks to all the contributors!|
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|John Early Andrews & Susan Sullivan Andrews||Edward O'Keefe Find A Grave Memorial# 175578003 |
Thank you for asking me to link his son James. How did you come about this information? I have been searching for James O'Keefe's father for quite awhile. If you have a source I would be grateful to know. How are you related?
Thank you again for your help with this.
|Kevin Avery||Grace Barron|
I received your request to add her maiden name as Hawkins..... I need your resource for this, as she is a 17th century ancestor.
|Elizabeth Stager||Phoebe Chartier Paquette|
I believe the Phoebe Paquette is actually Pheobe nee Biscorner Paquette. Her first marriage was to Anthony Paquette 2nd marriage after Anthony's death was to his brother Peter. I have her death certificate and it states she died in Algonac, St. Clair Co., MI.; Birthdate was 22 May 1848; age 71 Years 9 Months 27 Days. Parents were John Biscorner and Annie Laurie. She died 19 Mar 1920; Burial at Algonac, MI. Informant was her son Anthony Paquette.
|Don Justin, CWO USN (Retired)||Edward Chaffee|
Hi, I have a fair amount of data and documents on all of Polly Chaffe's Grandson's. Drop me a note at email@example.com and I'll send you a free guess invite to my ancrestry.com Tree.
You can copy or print anything you need from there and if you wish to add something just let me know.
CWO USN (Retired)
|Danny Warren||Ben Raymo's parents|
I know you sent me a message with Ben's parents links, but I've lost it! Would you please send it again and I will add it to them!
How are you related to Ben? His wife Pat was my mother's first cousin. He was a great guy and I miss them both a lot!
|Don Justin, CWO USN (Retired)||Eldridge|
I would be happy to transfer these memorials to you.
Let me know.