|Blue Rose Of Cairo (#46786099)|
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Long interested in cemeteries & ghost stories, this sight I really love! I love the fact that I can have "forever" obituaries for my loved ones and friends and that I can also assist those who are interested in tracing their family trees! I have a particular interest in Native American genealogy and cemeteries.|
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|Earl McMillen III||McMillan/McMillen|
I have been doing some research on my McMillen line. My 5th great-grandfather James McMillen (1758-1821) was born in Washington County, PA. All research points to his parents being William McMillen & Margaret Rae. This would have made him a brother of Rev John McMillan. If this is true, clearly this is where the spelling would have changed from (an) to (en). I show the siblings being John (1752), Margaret (1754), William (1755) & James (1758). Are you familiar with a James McMillen in your family and have any of your male McMillan family members participated in the Clan MacMillan's DNA project? I look forward to hearing from you.
|Bob Barris||George Washington Dille|
George W Dille and Jane Stillwell are my second great grandparents. You and I are cousins of some sort.
I have not been able to get far with Jane's family
|Pennola Nolan||I Lawson Gray|
I love the way you did the picture(s) only wish the date was showing. Pennola
Awesome! Thanks so much. It really is a beautiful plaque. I lived in NYC for 8 years and my friend lives a block from the church. I wish I had known about it then. :/
We searched the entire Elmdale Section, but could not locate a headstone for Harriet. I've posted her Death Certificate at her Memorial Page.
Added by D.V. on Oct 31, 2014 9:34 AM
|Vickie Bowden||RE: Stonybrook Cemetery|
Thanks for the info.
|Connie Clark||RE: Thank you!|
You are very welcome, it was our pleasure . Connie and Wayne
|Vickie Bowden||Daniel Perrin Sr.|
Blue Rose Of Cairo,
The Memorial you Created about Daniel Perrin, whom I am also related, states he is buried in Stonybrook Cemetery located in Richmond County(Staten Island, NY).I recently visited Staten Island hoping to visit his grave. I went to the County Clerks Office to find out where the cemetery is located and they could not find a listing for a Stonybrook Cemetery on Staten Island, NY. Do you know if the name could have changed or do you have the location for Stonybrook Cemetery on Staten Island, NY?
|Jill Pyle||Dod biographies|
Thank you so much for the interesting bios you have written for the Dod/Dodd family. Thaddeus Dodd is my 6th great uncle, so we are definitely related. My only regret is that I did not find your biographies in time to send them to my uncle, who was also a Minister, before he died. He always enjoyed reading the stories I was able to find about our family, but these would have been extremely special to him. I will send them to his daughters and hope that they can enjoy them in his place. Again, thank you so much!
|Valarie DeNault||Judah Worden|
I am connected via Moon and Perrine lines, my dad Moon and my mother from the Perrine's. I can tell you for sure that the Judah Worden who is the child of Mary Mercy Moon was a male. This Judah Worden is not the one who married Henry Perrine. She died in 1775 in Pendleton, VA. If this Judah Worden were actually a female and the one who married Henry Perrine it would have made my parents 7th cousins so I was very careful to research. The Judah you have here was a male and a soldier. He fought in the Vermont Militia.
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