The following extract is posted on your findagrave entry for William Ring II. Would you be able to clarify as most records I find indicate that William Ring b 1565 was the Father of Andrew Ring whose wife was Deborah Hopkins. William's wife was Mary Durant and everything else seems to coincide with the information I am finding
Posted on June 4, 2010 by markeminer
William RING (1565 – After 1620 Before 1629) was Alex’s 11th Great Grandfather; one of 4,096 in this generation in the Shaw line.
William Ring was born in 1565 in Pettistree, Suffolk, England. His parents were Andrew RING and Debrah HOPKINS. He married Mary DURRANT 21 May 1601 in Ufford, Suffolk, England. William had been aboard the Speedwell, sister ship to the Mayflower, intending to voyage across the Atlantic in 1620. William was, however, among the passengers who could not fit aboard the Mayflower when the Speedwell was deemed unseaworthy. He returned to Leiden and died there sometime between 1620 and 1629.<<<
Added by Deborah on May 26, 2016 3:06 PM
I noticed that your family tree includes the names of Dodge and Moore. Mine also, specifically from Boothbay and Edgecomb, Maine.
I have very little information on the Moore line which is more direct than the Dodge line.
Added by msimonds on May 23, 2016 7:37 PM
|msimonds||RE: Elizabeth K. Loomis|
I have done a you requested.
Added by msimonds on May 23, 2016 7:32 PM
|Bob Newby||RE: Albert Youldon Newby Memorial# 87039591|
I saw that you were researching your mother's Newby line. I did some research and family links to that line in the Los Osos Valley memorial Park and though I would give you a heads up to add them to your tree. (See # 116677598 Belva Carol Newby)
Added by Bob Newby on May 19, 2016 7:38 AM
|Cherokee2557||RE: Capt William Hall Memorial# 15920700|
There is so much confusion. According to a book on the New England Halls by David B. Hall, my William is the son of John Hall and his second wife Elizabeth (some people say her surname was Learned), not his first wife Bethia. The book is available for free online through archive.org.
If I understand correctly, are you saying the John Hall you have is not the one who married Elizabeth Learned?
I am merely trying to find the real parents of Capt. William Hall. With all of your research, any direction you could point me would be a great help. Thank you.
Added by Cherokee2557 on May 18, 2016 11:57 PM
|Deirdre||Dakin memorial merge|
Done! Thank you so much for incorporating the info and getting these two duplicate memorials consolidated. I appreciate your help - Deirdre
Added by Deirdre on May 11, 2016 10:19 PM
|Tami||RE: Katherine Schwertley|
Thank you for responding so quickly. Have a great day!
Added by Tami on May 08, 2016 10:26 AM
|Waynne James||Jeremiah Hayes #121739682|
I just show your information on Jeremiah Hayes and I believe you have incorrect information--or I am in dire need of where you got your information. :-)
Jeremiah is my 3 greats grandfather so I have been searching for him for a long time. First, I do not believe that he was born in Ireland, all of his children say that he was born in Virginia--I believe Katherine Houseman would have married him there. But even more importantly, I am wondering where you got his death date as 18 Dec 1881. While that is certainly possible, that puts him at 99 years of age, and that is not likely. He is not living with his wife in the 1850 or 1860 censuses. That sort of implies to me that he is deceased, but if I am wrong I would love to have the correct information.
Thank you in advance for any information. Waynne James
Added by Waynne James on May 02, 2016 12:50 AM
|fabricjunkie||RE: Alice Beamon|
Thanx so much for being gracious!
Added by fabricjunkie on Apr 24, 2016 9:31 PM
|Bob Olsen||John Mathern # 88656927|
I have found some additional information on another set of my great-great-grandparents. An interesting aspect of this is that four of the Mathern children (2 daughters and 2 sons) married four of the Brecht siblings.
Apparently the "custom" of siblings marrying siblings carried into future generations as my Mother had two sisters and two brothers married siblings from the same family. These four Henle siblings married four Kriegel siblings. The Henle siblings were children of Antonetta Rachel "Gettis" Henle, a daughter of Marcella "Brecht" Gettis, a daughter of Adam and Mary Eva "Mathern" Brecht. Additionally one of the Henle daughters married a first cousin to the Kreigel siblings and another Henle daughter and son married distant cousins to the same family. So much for the life on the farm in Iowa over the generations. :)
Below I list the entries from the Ship manifest from the early part of 1843. It lists the Mathern family coming from Alsace, France on a ship called the "Sully". The names vary somewhat and it would appear that my great-grandmother is listed as Magdalena (although she was known in America as Mary Eva). I also included the listing from the 1850 US Census, which lists a total of eleven children, unfortunately I have been unable to find the other six not currently listed on "Find-A-Grave" but my search continues...
Ship Manifest "Sully"
Arrive NYC 1843
FirstName Surname Gender Age Est. Birthdate/place
Jean Mathern M 41 1802 France
Appelonia Mathern F 36 1807 France
Antoine Mathern M 11 1832 France
Michel Mathern M 9 1834 France
Joseph Mathern M 7 1836 France
Catharina Mathern F 4 1839 France
Magdalena Mathern F 2 1841 France
Marie Mathern F 1 1840 France
US Census 1850 (somehow the Census report dropped the "H" in the surname.
John Matern M 49 France
Abalona Matern M 42 France
Andrew Matern M 18 France (married Francisea Brecht)
Michael Matern M 16 France
Joseph Matern M 14 France(married Mary Augusta Brecht)
Catharine Matern F 12 France
Mariah M Matern F 10 France(married Adam Brecht) (Mary Eva Mathern)
Eve Matern F 9 France
Margaret Matern F 7 Ohio
Sophia Matern F 4 Ohio
Elizabeth Matern F 3 Ohio (married Franz Mechnig)
Mary A Matern F 3 Ohio (twin?)
Martha E Matern F 0 Ohio (married Joseph Brecht)
Added by Bob Olsen on Apr 20, 2016 12:12 PM
|Rae M.||Katherine Bucke Winslow|
Memorial# 143449094 ,
Katherine's date of death is shown as Apr 4 1607, but .. she is shown as Katherine the relict on Nov 9 1607, proving up husbands will...
These being witnesses present at the publishing hereof. by me:
Ric. Caldoe, his marke
"(Proved at Worcester before Mr. Edward Archbould, surr., sworn by Katherine the relict, 9 Nov. 1607). [This will is at the ofice of the Worcester Record Office, ref. 008.7-92-1607.]
Do you have any documentation showing her death or burial records ?? ..
Would appreciate any help you can share!
Thank you for all your dedicated hard work..
Added by Rae M. on Apr 20, 2016 11:09 AM
|Bob Olsen||Brecht family|
I hope you received the information I sent dealing with the Ship Manifest when the Franz and Philippina Brecht family arrived in New York in 1852 and that is can be added to their memorial. Please feel free to contact me!
Immigration Report from District of New York Port of New York
Arrived in New York on September 29, 1852
Vessel name - Cotton Planter
Departure Port - Rotterdam
Manifest of Passengers includes:
Name Gender Age Estimated Birth Year Birthplace
Franz Stephan Brecht Male 48 1804 Baden
Philippina Brecht Female 42 1810 Baden
Franziska Brecht Female 22 1830 Baden
Salome Brecht Female 20 1832 Baden
Lorenz Brecht Male 19 1833 Baden
Adam Brecht Male 17 1835 Baden
Augusta Brecht Female 11 1841 Baden
Elisabetha Brecht Female 10 1842 Baden
Katharina Brecht Female 9 1843 Baden
Heinrich Brecht Male 6 1846 Baden
Jozeph Brecht Male 5 1847 Baden
Maria Brecht Female 3 1849 Baden
Phillippina Brecht Female 0 1852 Baden
Franz and Philippina were my great-great grandparents. Their second eldest son was my Great-Grandfather, Adam Brecht. Franz' occupation was listed as "weaver" but in subsequent census report his occupation was listed as "Farmer". Katharina and Henry ("Heinrich" are buried with the same marker and likely assumed to be husband and wife but based on this Immigration Record they were actually brother and sister. At this time I have been unable to find additional information dealing with daughters Elisabetha, Maria, and Phillippina. Based on this manifest the entire family left Germany and traveled to Rotterdam where they boarded the Cotton Planter, arriving in New York on September 29, 1852.
Added by Bob Olsen on Apr 15, 2016 8:51 AM
|Knightley||Lady Catherine Egerton died c 1659|
Lady Catherine Egerton died 1659 appears to have been the daughter of John 2nd Viscount Brackley later 1st Earl of Bridgewater, Lady Catherine married William Courteen who died in 1655 Florence, Italy.
My question is would you know of the burial of Lady Catherine Egerton ?
I'm related to by Susan Knightley 1st cousin and William Spencer.
Added by Knightley on Apr 07, 2016 9:26 AM
|Billie Jasper||Marshfield and Foster|
Thank you very much for all your help!
Added by Billie Jasper on Apr 02, 2016 7:14 PM
|Billie Jasper||Thomas Marshfield and Sarah Foster|
Hello Donna, thank you very much for the transfers. I will take good care of them.
Added by Billie Jasper on Apr 02, 2016 5:28 PM
|Billie Jasper||RE: Sarah Marshfield Foster|
Hello Donna, thank you for the message and the offer of the transfers. That would be wonderful. How did you find this information? I have some others in the same area I can't find information for.
Thank you very much.
Added by Billie Jasper on Apr 02, 2016 5:15 PM
|Kenneth Kinsey||Christopher Stratton Find A Grave Memorial# 142783018|
I'm descendant of this family as well, and I have found the surname "Stallham" or "Stalham" is used interchangeably with "Stratton" on much of my research. Have you found this also to be the case?
Added by Kenneth Kinsey on Apr 01, 2016 12:09 PM
|Kelly (Grady) Hartmann||ROSE WHITEHALL GOULD|
Can you please tell me how you know that Rose Gould was a Whitehall? A link to the records would suffice as I can go from there, or if it is not online, can you give me the source? Thank you!
Rose is my 9X great Grandmother.
Added by Kelly (Grady) Hartmann on Mar 20, 2016 4:22 PM
|Kevin Avery||Thomas Clifton|
I handled this as a baptism, and placed the data in the bio.
Added by Kevin Avery on Mar 18, 2016 8:11 PM
|EEMC||Ford aka Foord|
Thank you for helping me find my roots.
Added by EEMC on Feb 13, 2016 8:40 AM
|Amber Beaman||Thank you|
Thanks for what you've posted and your careful research. Means the world to me!!!
Added by Amber Beaman on Feb 04, 2016 1:55 PM
|KJay||Sarah Manley Featherston|
Hello, I was wondering if you have seen the gravestone for Thomas Featherston (111571131) and Sarah Manley Featherston (112308703). The reason I ask is that on the 1850 census, Thomas Featherston (born in 1835, which seems to be the son, Thomas Everett Featherston) and Mary Featherston (born in 1833, whom I am assuming is Thomas' older sister), are both living with my 3rd great aunt, Sarah Manley Barks (111571131) and her husband George Schall Barks (111571131), their children and Sarah's brother, John. They are living in Wisconsin in 1850. However, my Sarah Manley was born in 1815 in England and died in 1874 in Kansas. You can see the confusion on my part. I was hoping to figure it out.
Added by KJay on Jan 28, 2016 6:57 PM
|Lilian Wheeler HUHN||Request linking parents to daughter|
Would you please link Memorial# 107570294 (Thomas Clarell) and Memorial# 120358153 (Matilda Montgomery)
to his daughter, Margaret Clarell Gascoigne Memorial# 55118283.
Thank you for your help in advance.
All the best
Lilian Wheeler HUHN (#48038554)
Added by Lilian Wheeler HUHN on Jan 28, 2016 1:28 PM
|Linda Berney||John Williams #12476295|
I saw that you posted a nice family picture to his memorial. I thought you would want to know that I just transcribed his obit and hope it will be posted. If you do not have it, and it does not get posted, you can leave me a message and I will email it to you.
Added by Linda Berney on Jan 24, 2016 9:28 PM
|Cindy Shepherd Sipple||Phineas Sheppard #119189778|
Hi, my name is Cindy & I am the great granddaughter of Phineas Sheppard. I would love it if you would transfer this memorial to me as well as his spouse' (Charlotte Dowdney Sheppard #119189699).
Also, would you transfer the memorials for any other Sheppards that you have that are buried in Cohansey Baptist Church Cemetery or in Old Cohansey Graveyard in Sheppards Mill as they are all my family. I've been working on my family history since my father has passed and being able to manage these memorials are kinda a tribute to my dad. The stories I was told when I was little about the Sheppard family is amazing to say the least. When I buried my dad in Cohansey Baptist Cemetery (Edward A Sheppard (Shepherd) #149889254) I wandered around and found out that every Sheppard in that cemetery is related to me. I was blown away and that is what sparked my interest in the family genealogy.
I can't thank you enough for doing this for me. Thanks again and God Bless
Added by Cindy Shepherd Sipple on Jan 24, 2016 10:05 AM