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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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M William Ditto 1712 Baltimore County MD USA m.(Jane Quine) - 1770 Chatham County NC USA
Just doing some research and William and Jane are my 7th great grandparents.
Thanks for the memorials.
|Joyce ||Thaddeus Graves 1731-1768|
Hello I found the record you posted for Thaddeus Graves. You have given a death date but there is no documentation attached. You have listed 3 children who would have been born after his death. Could you let me know where his death information is found. Is there a tombstone photo?
I would appreciate any help you can give me.
Added by Joyce on Jan 22, 2016 2:30 PM
|Mark Race||Hannah Race, 1756|
Find A Grave Memorial# 117769487
My name is Mark Race & I currently live in Pittsburgh, Pa, USA. I am "slowly" building a spreadsheet for all parish's from the Durham Bishop archives in hopes of tracing back the Race Family in Durham. When doing a search in Ancestry.com of Hannah Race I came across your Find A Grave link.
I have found a burial record of a Hannah Race in the Stanhope-St John's parish record on page 13, about half way down the page on the left. It is difficult to read but the date of birth was an exact match, the only one that I located. The town in which she lived is unknown, appears to be "Forestshieldford", but again, difficult to read.
Hope this is a help for you... My entire family was from the Bishop Auckland, Durham area. I don't know what Race's that you were related to but if I can shed any light on what you have please feel free to write back. I too am a Find A Grave Contributor & have been working on this for a couple of years. The Race family were pretty engrained in the southwestern part of Durham as well as Bishop Auckland.
|Mary Russell||RE: Mollie Higginbottom|
I think you did but anyway you're welcome!
|Mary Russell||Claude Brown|
I deleted it. Sorry I guess I didn't see yours. You already have a pic of the stone on your memorial but I will add mine if you think you need it. Mary
|Mary Russell||RE: Mollie Higginbottom|
|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
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