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My goal is to get as much information as I can on this site for future generations of my relatives to easily find their ancestors and know who they were, where they were from and what they looked like. I know the tree is very large but without the leaves it is very bare. My lines start with Gardner, Van Vleet, White, and Brown. They also include Vandermark, Van Vleet, Murphy, Black, Sheeley, Barnheiser, Warren, Sorber, Sims, Dreisbach, newman Phillips, dold, Donaldson, Harper, Mayginnes, Morrison, Richardson, Stewart, Garvin, Faure, Ditto Miller, Russell, Eades, Gabehart, Cox, Race, Rigo, Seabury, and still digging!|
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|Char Carroll||Thomas Beaumont and others|
You should check out Thomas Beaumont and other Beaumont in Burial:
Kirkheaton Parish Churchyard
Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees
West Yorkshire, England
Plot: Choir of Blessed Virgin Mary.
Thomas Beaumont: Find A Grave Memorial# 120351839
|Carol ||Geemen van Vliet memorial|
Thank you so much for giving me a glimpse into the life of my ancestors. I greatly appreciate your efforts!
Added by Carol on Oct 11, 2014 11:41 AM
|Roger Sharland||Dorothy Markinfield Mauleverer|
The dates on your entry for Dorothy Markinfield Mauleverer. The dates you have make the father born more than 300 years after the daughter. There was a Ninian Markenfield who died in 1527 but this is not Dorothy's father.
I've been working with your Uncle Robert. And the evidence I have found in census records and tax records, marriage records, and other records sent to me by Robert, leads me to believe that the last name of Valleriah was Harp, not Harper. Thus Nehemiah H Brown would be Nehemiah Harp Brown, and Nehemiah Harper would actually be Nehemiah Harp.
Again I can't thank you enough for sharing the information that you had. I would have never have found the Brown family without what you did.
Added by Tarena on Jun 05, 2014 1:00 AM
|J L Bryant||Aries Van Vliet memorial|
Dear Jeanne, Thanks! Yours, Jeff
|Tarena||Thank You so much Jeanne|
I am a descendant of William Brown's daughter Nancy Brown b. abt 1829, who married Elisha W. Sine. For years I had tried to link Nancy with her parents, but I did not know who they were. I suspected that Nehemiah was her brother, but did not know for certain. Your page helped confirm what I suspected and gave me parent names. Thank you. I would be very interested in finding out how you have such wonderful information on the family.
Added by Tarena on Jan 21, 2014 11:11 AM
I checked the Fresno County Tombstone site for the partial list of burials in Kingsburg Cemetery & they had Cornelia listed with the name GROSS. Also had Neal Ross Gross, 12/8/1889-10/7/1951.
If you'd like to check this site in the future here's the URL:
|Wayne Chandler||J. D. Donaldson|
Thank you for your message. As to why we do what we do. It is because we could not possibly add all of the information that we have. So we add names, dates, family members and connect as we can. If possible we add pictures of stones and obits.
We have connected William E. Donaldson to his son, Lorenzo Dow Donaldson (74044031) to his son, Jesse Dole Donaldson (22691668).
This is the only connection we can make.
Wayne and Linda chandler
|Wayne Chandler||J. D. Donaldson|
1840, TN. CENSUS, BLOUNT CO., PG 221, FAM. 43
1850, TN. CENSUS, BLOUNT CO., BO-1446-199
1864, IL. DEED BOOK 11, PG. 11 W401 J.D. DONALDSON to J.L.D. MORRISON
1870, arrived Kansas from TN.
1870 KS, CHEROKEE CO., NEOSHO TWSHP, P.O. LOSHIRE, PG. 75, RL. 430, (Aug 12) farming 150 acre.
1886 October 28, Chetopa Advance Micro Film- Personal Column
Messrs. J. D. Donaldson of Washington County, Arkansas, and M. N. Donaldson of Siloam Springs, were in the city Monday and Tuesday, called here by the death of their father, Mr. L. D. Donaldson.
1894 November 16, Chetopa Advance Micro Film-
Mr. J. D. Donaldson has returned to Melrose and has opened a store there.
1895 April 5, Chetopa Advance Micro Film-
Mr. J. D. Donaldson merchant, has traded his stock of goods for the Stinson farm on Turkey Creek.
1900 KS. CENSUS NAT. ARCV. 1046, RL. 32, VOL. 26, ED. 110, SHT. 5, LN. 57, LIVING IN LABETTE CO., HACKBERRY TWP.
1902, OCT. 2, Chetopa Advance: (News From Barlette) J.D. Donaldson and Mrs. Maggie Brown and a brother that is visiting them from Washington came out from Chetopa Wednesday and spent the latter part of the week visiting with relatives and friends in this section.
1902, OCT. 2, Chetopa Advance: (Local Events) William Donaldson has returned to his home in Washington after a visit with his brother J.D.
1902 October 17, Chetopa Advance Micro Film- Bartlett Column:
J.D. Donaldson went to Chetopa Monday.
1903 January 2, Chetopa Advance Micro Film- Bartlett Column
Sam Donaldson came over from Joplin, Mo. Saturday to spend a few days with his father J. D. Donaldson.
APRIL 13, 1904 (Living in Barlette) CHETOPA ADVANCE (BARLETTE NEWS) Algie Donaldson married at the residence of father
WEDNESDAY January 7, 1915: Obituary, Chetopa Advance:
Jesse D. Donaldson was born in Tennessee, Nov. 8, 1836 and died in Chetopa, Kansas, Jan. 3. 1915, aged 78 years. He came to Kansas in 1875 and settled in Cherokee county. Later he entered the mercantile business in Bartlett, About eight years ago he went into the grocery business in Chetopa and he was actively engaged in the firm of Donaldson & Carlyle up until the time of his death. He was married to Miss Rebecca Henry Oct. 11, 1855 whose death occurred in 1902. He was again married, to Mrs. Susan Lansdon, who survives him. He is mourned by his wife, three sons, three daughters, a brother and two sisters, He was a member of the M. E. Church. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Hobson, assisted by Evangelist Gunder. Burial was made in Fairview cemetery. There was large attendance. The bereaved relatives have the sympathy of the entire community.
|NL Nuttall||William Ditto|
Hi Jeanne, I just thought I should let you know that William Ditto is
my 4 greats grandfather. So I probably won't transfer him, unless
you feel it's essential. I do need to do more work on tracking down
the graves of his descendants and connecting family members, as
well as adding spouses maiden names. So any help in this area will
always be appreciated. Are you acquainted with either W. Lester
Richards "Ditto's Delight", (pub. ca.1979), or Robert Shean Riley's
"History of the Ditto Families 1700-1996" , (1996 McDowell Pub) ? My father corresponded with, and provided records to, the former,
and I myself to the latter, author. I have fairly extensive files on the
Ditto's, which have become disorganized over the years. I'm very interested to know your own line from William Ditto and Leah, to
see if it's been entered correctly in my own descendancy charts for
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