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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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|Sharon Wilhelm||Philip Allspach|
I was at the Zion's Red Church Cemetery today and because of the age of the tombstone, it cannot be read thus I was unable to get a picture for you. I am however a member of the Schuylkill County Historical Society and have a copy of the page from their register with the tombstone inscription on it Please let me know if you want me to post this on her memorial or I can email it to you if you would like. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The tombstone read:
Dec. 15, 1742
Aug. 26, 1808
|Sandie (Behm) Jones||Mary A (Brecht) Mathern|
I am related to Salome Brecht Schwertley. I thought you might be interested to know that the 'o' was removed from Boehm, and we go by Behm. From what I understand from family history, everyone mispronounced the name to the point that they felt it easier to drop the 'o'.
I can say from experience that it's still mispronounced. haha
We are on Geni, if you are interested in seeing more.
Is Moses a family member? If so, I can transfer him to you.
Added by BLC on Oct 18, 2016 7:05 AM
|Shelley Stevenson||RE: Robert Ayars|
I don't think I've responded since our last email correspondence this past January. I added you on as a guest to my ancestry.com tree. My name: Michelle Denise (Watts) Stevenson is who the tree is under. The tree name is:
Watts/Munson/Rose/Kennedy/Dunham/Plantagenet Family Tree
lol I like including a lot of names.
I'm not even sure what the original point was to contacting you. It had something to do with Robert Ayars.
|lifescribe||RE: Elizabeth Lindsley|
No problem. Didn't see Lindsley in your list of researched related families.
|Jolene Asche Maxwell||Joseph Hearnden/ Harrington|
Can You please expain to Me how the name Hearnden came into play. Are they not Harringtons?
Thank you very much for transfering the members of the Tower family in Wallingford, VT, but most of all, thanks for finding their burial place and creating the memorials. I appreciate the work you've done!--Stan
|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.
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