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A people which takes no pride in the noble achievements of remote ancestors will never achieve anything worthy to be remembered with pride by remote descendants.
Baron, Thomas B. Macaulay 1800-1859
Writer, Whig Politician and British Historian
"Show me your cemeteries and I will tell you what kind of people you have."
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Thank you for the kind words. hawkeye
Added by Hawkeye on Aug 01, 2016 7:00 PM
|Dan Myer||Christianna Martha Davis Duty|
Christianna was my 3rd great grandmother. Her daughter Phoebe was my great-great grandmother. Regarding your suggestion that her son John Duty works at a 'stove' factory, if you look closely at the original 1880 census and compare the letter 'o' to other nearby words you can easily see that it is actually an 'a'. John worked at a barrel stave factory.
Added by Dan Myer on Jul 10, 2016 9:18 PM
|Mel Fletcher||Sarah Tolman Peva|
I can't transfer Sarah as she is a part of my family.
Please send me any additional information and I may add it to her bio
|gloria McBain||RE: 16147723 Agnes Nicol Adamson|
Thank you for your help. I hope you enjoyed the material & I'm glad you were able to embed in in the memorial.
Til we meet again, gloria
|gloria McBain||RE: Agnes Nichol (Dtr)|
& Elizabeth Nicholson Cunningham (Mother)
It all started for me in my William Cousin/Elizabeth Adamson Cousin family history created by Alma Cousin, dtr of David Cousin, their son, and my gt grandfather.
I have a PDF copy of 'True Grit: The Elizabeth Cunningham Story' that appears to be well researched by Dale Adams, of Park City, Utah that talks a lot about Agnes Nicol being the dtr of Elizabeth.
I can email a copy to you if you would like. You may reply to me at firstname.lastname@example.org as I can't do an attachment from this site.
Thank you for your work in giving so many a better understanding of their heritage. gloria
|Carol STEVENS||Margaret Tolman|
Please send me the information you would like to add and I will gladly add it to her memorial
|KathyFournierJillson||RE: Joseph Jillson and Betsey King|
Thank you so much for the lead to the photo. It looks familiar and I added it to my ancestry.com tree. This Sisson lady may have gotten the photo from our Aunt Sandra (Jillson) who has been researching the family for years. She has kindly agreed to do the DNA which will be two generations closer than my husband. We have been frustrated that we can not find the parents of Joseph Jillson etc. Kathy J.
|KathyFournierJillson||RE: Joseph and Betsey Jillson|
Thank you for your help. I do not think the Joseph Jillson you noted in Find A Grave is our missing one but I will research further.
Search.org refers to the correct Joseph Jillson but does not offer any additional information, like his birth, death or parents.
Joseph Jillson children located so far: Marie, George, Leonard, Daniel, Alden and Elizabeth. Joseph and Betsey (King) Jillson are not found in the 1850 Census. Alden and Leonard were found in other households of non-relatives. Something like death and/or illness of Joseph or Betsey might explain why.
Alden is the branch from which my husband descends.
Our hopes now are with Ancestry DNA.
|Jennifer Clark||Clarine McCormick Clough|
Hi! I received your message suggesting an addition to Clarine's bio of her parents' information. I just wanted to let you know that I did a little research and found that her mother does have a Find A Grave memorial and I added a link to Clarine's page. Her father does not. I found both parents' death certificates on the Missouri Digital Heritage site which solidifies that I found the correct people. Clarine's page is updated with the information as I know it, if you would like to see it. Thanks!
Hi there - is this person a relative or ancestor of yours? Would you like me to transfer their memorial to you?
Added by Calcat on Jan 05, 2016 12:15 AM
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