|KE Tuttle (#47292223)|
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"Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation." Lois Wyse (20th century)|
"Life is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset. What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others." S Pierce in memorial of "Woody" and Wilda Woodward.
I am a grandmother picking up the genealogy work started by my father, mother and uncle. As a member of DAR, I helped with the Centennial Chaper NSDAR project of photographing all the headstones in Weld County Colorado. http://www.coloradodar.org/chapters/centennialstate/cemeteries.html
Now I am combining work and putting my family genealogy (ancestors and descendents) on a data base and reaching out to family via memorials across the nation and around the world and taking photos of cemeteries where I go for others.
If you have a friend or relative in Mountain View, Idaho Veterans Cemetery, Terrace Lawn or Cloverdale Cemetery, Dry Creek or Old Pioneer (Idaho City), I will be glad to take a photo of the headstones for the memorials or transfer memorials that I manage.
If you want to copy any of the photos I have posted, feel free to as long is it is not used for profit.
"If ever there is tomorrow when we're not together... there is something you must always remember. you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. but the most important thing is, even if we're apart... i'll always be with you."
~from Winnie the Pooh
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|Victoria Eastman||RE: Tuttle Family in America|
This is exciting. I'm sorry I do not see your email address. Mine is on my profile if you would like to send yours to me. In the meantime I can contact Paul Brown and a local friend who may be related to you, as well.
|Victoria Eastman||RE: Tuttle?|
My ancestors came over on the Plantar, too. Are you aware that Paul Brown is updating Alva Tuttle's book, Tuttle-Tuthill lines in America?
Recently, I discovered that another person in my small town is descended from the brother of my ancestor. Her family went to CT.
Coincidently, I am working on genealogy for the Tuttle/Tuthill family. I wonder if you have ancestors from the New York area, specifically, Long Island. Or from Norfolk County, England?
I am also working on DAR membership. My patriot is Daniel Tuthill.
|Carolyn Leverich Atkinson||Spurlock, Parsley|
I was surfing Find A Grave and was looking at memorials of someone and noticed common names and so started looking at the cemeteries he was working in and clicked on one and started reading the messages. In your message, you stated you were researching the Spurlock and Parsley families.
I too have been researching the ancestry of a line that these merge into. My interest is in the generation of George Washington Daulton and Mary Jane Williams. Specifically Mary Jane Williams line.
Mary Jane Williams was born 30 Jul 1842 and died 26 Sep 1919, and is buried in the Hurst Cem, Fleming Co, KY
She married George Washington Daulton, b 20 May 1826 and died 16 Feb 1910. They were married 4 Jan 1872 in Fleming Co, KY.
They had children Emma, Rebecca, James Allen, Jennie Lee, Harvy Lucas, William Delmore.
Mary Jane Williams was the daughter of Alonzo Williams and Emily Rawlings Williams.
Alonzo was the son of Joseph Williams and Elizabeth Settle. They were also of Fleming Co, KY.
Alonzo had a brother named Lorenzo Dow Williams, and he is the major one of my research.
Lorenzo Dow Williams was married 2 times. First to Allythea(sp) Hays. They were married 21 Jul 1825 Fleming Co, KY. She was the daughter of James and Isabella Crail Hays. I do not have Allythea's birth or death date, but I know she died before 1830 in Fleming Co, KY.
Allythea and Lorenzo had a son Peter D Williams, b 23 Dec 1828 Fleming Co, KY and died bef 27 Jan 1910 in Vermont, Fulton Co, IL.
Lorenzo remarries to Mary aka Polly Williams(parents UKN). So her name was Mary Williams Williams.
They had the following children. Miranda Williams, Squire Charles W, Silas William, Henry aka Harry H, Huldah E, Lucy Amelia, Martha Achsah, O W. Some of these lines I have followed downwards.
Now to my story, I am descended from James Hays and Isabella Crail Hays thru a son, William C Hays. William married Julia Ann WILLIAMS.
We know NOTHING about my Julia. I have been researching the Williams lines in Fleming Co, KY in hopes of a connection. A good deal of the Hays children married in Fleming Co, KY before moving to Fulton Co, IL in 1835. However William married Julia Williams in Tazewell Co, IL. This might be just that they met in IL or it might have been because they knew each other in KY and married in IL. His second wife was from Fleming Co, KY also, and was a half kind of cousin.
So, I believe somehow, he is related to the Fleming Co, KY Williams, and might be descended from Joseph Williams and Elizabeth Settle or connected.
Your Spurlock and Parlsey family descend from this line.
So, any info you would be willing to share to help me?
I look forward to hearing from you.
Carolyn Leverich Atkinson
|God bless you & your loved ones, Cindy||Dr. Nora Miller|
You left a message for me regarding this amazing lady. As she is no relation to me, if you would like, I would be happy to transfer management to you. Please let me know.
|DJ||RE: Nancy Fees|
Thanks for writing, I am so happy to 'meet' another cousin!
I'm not sure what you want to know or what you are asking but please contact me directly firstname.lastname@example.org, I do have lots of information and some contacts with Fees descendants.
Johan Jacob Fees & Sarah 'Sally' Grimes were not married in Adair County, Kentucky.
I don't know when & where they married but I shall ask our mutual cousin, Shirley, who is a certified genealogist and has done much of the research on this family.
Johan Jacob Fees was born 26 Feb 1778, Bernville, Berks Couny, Pennsylvania
christened 16 Apr 1778 Friedens Lutheran, Bernville, Berks Couny, Pennsylvania
died 13 Oct 1856 Appanoose County, Iowa, USA
interred Iconium Cemetery, Chariton Township, Appanoose County, Iowa, USA
Nancy Fees was born to them in Wilkes County, North Carolina as their second known daughter of six daughters and second child of twelve.
Nancy Fees & James Judd were married in Adair County, Kentucky 27 Nov 1823.
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Added by DJ on Feb 19, 2014 2:52 PM
|Michael Davis||Daiel Davis|
I noticed you left a message on the site for Daniel Davis. I am working on genealogy for him and am trying to locate the name of his parents. Do you have information? I am his 4th great
grandson. Thanks for any help you may have.
|Sue Ann Harfst||Ruby Oliason|
I look forward to getting the obituary. If they can provide a scanned photograph, or post one to the memorial, then we can get her added to the Stroll, so that many people will be able to read about her in the coming years. Thanks for letting me know.
|Nareen, et al||Sarah True Eaton|
I would say that she is the daughter of Henry and Abigail True, b. Jan. 14, 1712-13 (from "Early Vital Records of Mass. (Salisbury Births)"
|CatShelton||Henry and Elizabeth Pascoe|
I noticed that you are looking for information on Henry and Elizabeth Pascoe (Colorado and New Mexico). They are my GG-Grandparents and I have quite a bit of information on them. Please contact me if you would like to chat about them:)
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