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I am researching my Family Tree as well as my Husband's Family Tree.|
My Family Tree I am searching for:
My Father's sided: Mason/Moore/Doidge(seen as) Dodge/Medland/Gage/Alspaugh/Sears/Stratton/
My Mother's sided: Nestor/Newby/Davis/Collingwood/Youldon/Rogers.
My Husband's Family Tree I am searching for:
My Father's sided: Cain/Mathews/Kelly/Featherstone/Kennedy/Cole/
My Mother Sided: Barnes/Grewe/Blaufus/Boehm/McMillan.
Please use the "Suggest a Correction" link under the "Edit" tab on the upper right corner of the memorial in question. Be sure to note your relationship to that person and your ID number and Email Address.
If you want to use any photo I have entered on this site, please feel free to do so. HOWEVER, I DO ASK THAT YOU STATE FIND-A-GRAVE AS THE SOURCE AND REFER TO THE MEMORIAL NUMBER FOR THAT PERSON.
Mason Family Cemetery
Nangus General Cemetery
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|John brugge||Matthews connection|
Thomas Stokell and Margaret Matthews were parents to convict Hanna (b. 12 May 1799, Sedgefield, Durham). Other children: Jane (b. 23 Oct 1803, Aukland St. Andrews), Thomas (b. 14 May 1806 Aukland St. Andrews, Margaret (b.06 Sept 1807 Aukland St. Andrews.
|John brugge||Stokell family|
I stumbled upon your family history grave site searching for my Stokell ancestors. It looks like these Stokells intersect with your family lines. My Stokell line leads to Thomas Stokell (b. 1832) who emigrated to Germany where my grandmother, Mary Stokell was born, in 1871. She later emigrated to the U.S., where she met and married Johannes Brugge. They settled in Connecticut.
I'm also tracking down what may be a twig on my Stokell tree. It's a long shot, but an interesting one. There is a tribe of Stokells that reached and settled in Australia. One member is of particular interest, Hannah Stokell from Durham. In 1829 she was arrested and convicted of 'larceny upon a person' and sentenced to 7 years transport to Van Diemens Land (now Tasmania). I have her birth documented in Durham, but the trail beyond that has gone cold. If you ever come across her I'd very much appreciate the information. The same of course for any other Stokell connections.
Thanks for all your work.
|Daniel Masters||RE: Patrick Harrington|
Yes, Donna. I would be happy to do that. Thank you for all the wonderful work you have been doing documenting these cemeteries and graves.
|Ellen Myers Marchese||RE: Anne Derehaugh|
Ok, thanks Donna, that means, we are cousins
I do not recall if I have written to you in the past or not but I notice your name on many of the Mathern memorials and am curious about your "connection". I am intrigued by the fact that four Matherns' married four Brechts' as the same thing happened with my mothers' siblings (four marrying four from another family). One of those Matherns' was my Great-Great grandmother. Mary Eva married Adam Brecht, and their daughter Marcella married my Great grandfather John Wesley Gettis (which must have been when the Methodist Gettis' became Roman Catholic). John Wesley and Marcella's third daughter as my grandmother Antonetta Rachel. My mother Ellen Mercedes Henle Olsen was her daughter. Mother is still alive at 91 1/2 in a Nursing home back in Tama, Iowa where I grew up. I have really caught the genealogy "bug" and enjoying making connections with "relatives" etc. and doing what I can to connect the dots and put the puzzle pieces together of our ancestors for our descendants. I would love to hear from you. Bob Olsen firstname.lastname@example.org
My home is in Maryland. Calvert is a County and Cecil is also. This family was in Calvert County, part of which later became Prince George's County.
Added by Margaret on Jul 17, 2016 1:43 PM
Thank you for creating this memorial for Thomas Lamar, Jr.
My records indicate that he had a Montgomery County will and I believe that he might be buried there. Leave him where he is for now and I will see what information is available as I have never looked for him since my line is through the son John. I have 9 named children for Thomas and Martha (Blanford) Lamar.
Today, I created a memorial for the mother of Thomas, who was the first wife of Thomas, Sr. Her name was Mary but no surname is mentioned in any records that I have located.
Mary Lamar: Memorial 167014197
Please link Thomas to Mary.
Hope that this helps,
Added by Margaret on Jul 15, 2016 2:16 PM
|Nelda||RE: Henry Newton Kennedy|
Donna, great... see you have mentioned Emmazette by setting up a memorial. May bring us more info for sure.
Added by Nelda on Jul 02, 2016 8:26 AM
|Nelda||RE: Henry Newton Kennedy|
Noticed he was married to Emmazette on his death certificate. Haven't found anything about her either; wonder where there would be more info? Must have married her between 1928 & 1939. Came across Henry Newton Kennedy's interesting bio in the History of Northwest Missouri, vol 3 from a search on his 2nd father-in law, Jacob J Lindsay who was spoke of there. Might mention Emmazette in Henry's Find A Grave bio. Maybe another researcher can help solve. Keep on sleuthing🙂
Added by Nelda on Jul 02, 2016 8:22 AM
|Darrold Schall||RE: Johannes and Anna Blaufus|
You are welcome Donna. Glad to help.
If you have any gaps in the Blaufus (Blaufuss)
side I would me more than happy to try to fill them in as I have a lot of information.
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