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Robert DeVowe (#48224154)
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Bio Photo My ancestors painted in these caves. How do I know. DNA being passed to son from father going back in time. My many times great grandfather arrived in Europe 35-40 thousand years ago, before that last ice age. When it came, they moved south to southern France and Spain and painted these master pieces. As the ice melted, they again moved across France and Europe. Through many generations they became the Celts and history began to recorded their names.

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There have been several people you have sent me additional information on different people. This is most welcome and I will gladly copy-paste any such info and give who ever provides it credit.
Thanks Robert DeVowe

I have been chasing ancestors for decades. My own in France, in the US, New England, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, in Canada both Ontario and Quebec, England and Germany. They starting coming in 1620 and did not stop until 1872. I have as well done volunteer digging for others that sent me to other European countries, Mexico and into Slavery. The one thing I have learned is that we here in the Americas from Canada to the southern tip of Chile, whether Black, White or a shade of Brown we are all one big famiy

My Dad and Mom
Donald Dewey DeVowe

Elaine Gail Trommater

My Sister
Darlene Gail "Brandi" DeVowe

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Jenn Kelly
Daoust 129301530
Hi there,

I see that this record shows she passed in 1600's.
When I was at the cemetery yesterday I didn't see any stones going back this far. Most stones are in the 1900's, very few in the late 1800's.

I'm curious as to how you have this family in this cemetery in these earier times as we were looking for family in the 1700's and 1800's in this cemetery and came up empty handed.

Thanks,
Jenn
Added by Jenn Kelly on Aug 15, 2017 2:17 PM
Justin Michael Lee
Your Family Info
Hello Robert. I am a distant relative of the DeVowe family line and I need to know your basic information. I am currently working on the biggest digital family tree in the world and your information could help my tree grow bigger.
Please tell me as soon as you can, for i do not have much time doing this tree anymore.





Thanks, From Justin Michael Lee
Added by Justin Michael Lee on Aug 10, 2017 7:48 PM
C Robbins Steger
RE: again about Daniel Robinson/Robins
Hi Robert,
Thanks for the quick reply. I should have said my father is a direct descendant.

From Daniel our family line is Daniel, Jr- John- Jonathan- John- Robert- Peter- Edward- William- William- William. Peter was the first to start using the second b.

I saw you added my info the memorial page. Thanks for doing that. The concern I have is the body and links all have the double b.

I've never seen your last name in my research so we must be one of those 15th cousin 10th removed people. :)

Thanks,
Cindy
Added by C Robbins Steger on Aug 09, 2017 7:44 AM
C Robbins Steger
again about Daniel Robinson/Robins
Hi Robert,
I received an email saying you had DECLINED to correct my great+ grandfather's memorial page. As a direct descendant of Daniel, this is quite troubling.

I ask you again to please correct the last name of his children. My family uses the second "b" so of anyone, I would be a vocal advocate of the spelling as Robbins, but this is incorrect. Also, the incorrect spelling may hinder my relatives in locating their graves.

As I stated earlier, all records of census, birth, wills, land deeds, etc have the one "b".
Thank you,
Cindy Robbins
Added by C Robbins Steger on Aug 09, 2017 6:29 AM
Nina Kohser
Death date of Mary Sharpe
Hi, I have a question about this memorial. I have the death listed as 24 April 1676 in Charlestown, Mass. Where is the listing for 1650? Is there a stone or other record. I would very much like to be certain. Thank you. I appreciate your hard work. The Find A Grave volunteers are great. Nina Kohser
Added by Nina Kohser on Aug 07, 2017 6:51 PM
C Robbins Steger
Robbins family
Hi, you have the following information for Richard Robbins and I was wondering where you got it. Thanks!
Birth: 1605
Blair Atholl
Perth and Kinross, Scotland
Death: 1690
Woodbridge
Middlesex County
New Jersey, USA
Added by C Robbins Steger on Aug 06, 2017 11:41 AM
ol'mom
Thomas Eyre 126187371 is a duplicate
Find A Grave Memorial# 57864963 was created 4 years earlier. You both have info the other doesn't have.
Added by ol'mom on Jul 17, 2017 11:22 PM
chris a parker baye
Marie-Marguerite Garnier Charbonneau
according to the following, heer parents are actually Élie Garnier and Marie Breau

http://mwlandry.ca/genealog/getperson.php?personID=I13909&tree=05

Marie Marguerite Garnier
F 1628 - 1701 (73 years)


"There are two baptisms of a named Marie Garnier in the registers of Marans, one on 25-12-1625, daughter of Jean and Marie Renaudeau and
The other on the date of 09-03-1628, daughter of Élie and Marie Breau, whose daughters Anne and Catherine were baptized in Marans (St-Étienne) on 11-04-1657.

In November 2011, following the analysis of his daughter Anne's marriage contract, she was identified as the daughter of Élie Garnier, baptized in 1628.

File Origine, 9 Nov 2011.
"Two twin daughters are baptized in Marans (St -Etienne): Anne and Catherine, on 11-04-1657.
Uncertain affiliation in the absence of the marriage certificate of Marie and Olivier.
Another Marie Garnier, b. The 25-12-1625 (Jean and Marie Renaudeau), in Marans (St-Étienne).
Anne Charbonneau, daughter of Marie Garnier, dated 22-11-1671, grafted Bénigne Basset, is inscribed: "Simon Cardinal,
uncle of the wife because of Michelle Garnier, his wife, Pierre Goguet, uncle to Because of Louise Garnier, his wife, and Mathurin Thibaudeau,
cousin because of Catherine Aurard, his wife, "which means that Marie, Michelle and Louise Garnier are sisters.
Simon Cardinal, uncle of the wife because of Michelle Garnier, his wife; Pierre Goguet, uncle on account of Louise Garnier, his wife;
And Mathurin Thibaudeau, cousin because of Catherine Aurard, his wife, "which means that Marie, Michelle and Louise Garnier are sisters."
Simon Cardinal, uncle of the wife because of Michelle Garnier, his wife; Pierre Goguet, uncle on account of Louise Garnier, his wife;
And Mathurin Thibaudeau, cousin because of Catherine Aurard, his wife, "which means that Marie, Michelle and Louise Garnier are sisters."
ID person I13909 Landry around the world
Last modified 9 Nov 2011
Added by chris a parker baye on Jul 03, 2017 10:54 AM
Rose Ketcham
Moses DeGraaf
I would like to thank you for the hard work you put into your research. I'm doing this line for a friend and came across Moses who is one of MY ancestors. I need to figure out how to merge his tree and mine. I've got Claus Andreas DeGraff as one of my earliest ancestors. This is so amazing and thanks again for all of the information.
Added by Rose Ketcham on Jun 30, 2017 9:42 PM
ol'mom
130427246 John Atchinson
Thanks for all of the work you are doing on these memorials. This one for John Atchinson is a duplicate of # 113298105 which puts him in Longmeadow Cemetery in MA.
Added by ol'mom on Jun 22, 2017 4:21 PM
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