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Catherine Jo Dixon (#47416431)
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Bio Photo "Queen of the genealogy sleuths!"

Find-A-Grave has been instrumental in finding valuable information and connections that would have taken years to find otherwise. I am deeply indebted to each photographer and every person that has taken the time to add details about their ancestors.

Accuracy is of the utmost importance! Please contact me by using the "Edit" tab from the memorial, and then, "Suggest a correction" to send updated information.

I'm a 15th Generation American, directly descended from Richard Warren, my 11th Great-Grandfather, and James Chilton, my 12th Great-Grandfather, both of whom were passengers on the ship, Mayflower, that arrived in 1620, and my progenitor, William Morse, my 10th Great-Grandfather, who came on the ship, James, arriving in 1635.

I enjoy meeting my "cousins," so please contact me offline or leave a public message.

Happy Researching!
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you are welcome..keep up the great work ! Bev
Added by Beverly on Jul 15, 2014 7:00 AM
Jack Vander-Schrier
RE: Parker Transfers
Your Welcome - My Pleasure :)
Added by Jack Vander-Schrier on Jul 14, 2014 1:43 PM
You are very welcome let me know if I have anyone else you are interested in..Bev
Added by Beverly on Jul 10, 2014 7:10 AM
Both have been transferred to your care, thank you for sponsoring them. Keep up the great work ! Bev
Added by Beverly on Jul 10, 2014 6:35 AM
David Carleton Morse
RE: Rev. Joshua Morse
I got this from a Google search. If I can get anything more, I'll post that.

Biography & Family History Add details

Rev. Joshua Morse, Iii (1726 - 1795) was born on April 10, 1726 at PLYMOUTH, MA.,. He was born into the Morse family.

There are no known marriages or children on file for Rev. Joshua. Rev. Joshua died in 1795 at SANDISFIELD, MA., at 68 years old.

Added by David Carleton Morse on Jul 01, 2014 1:01 PM
Bruce Coyne
RE: Samuel Blackman
Very nicely done. I think you added additional information. Thank you. My purpose is to have the memorials mention that they are Revolutionary vets.

Added by Bruce Coyne on Jun 24, 2014 5:57 AM
Katherine (Kathi) White
RE: Phoebe Babcock
Hi C.J.
This is all I could come up with as far as being in print. It's not my family, I was just working on a collateral line that ended up where I live. It's not an issue if you don't want to add it, I was just passing along info that I keep coming across. Thank you! "Genealogical & Family History of Northern, NY Pages 657-663 -William Richard Cutter, A. M."
Added by Katherine (Kathi) White on Jun 06, 2014 7:16 AM
Katherine (Kathi) White
RE: Phoebe Babcock
Absolutely! Thank you for inquiring. It's first listed in the Blackman genealogy published in 1903 (page 77) and in The Daughters of The American Revolution Magazine, Volume 54 printed in 1920. Her first husband was Cornelius Thayer. The link to the Blackman genealogy is at the end. If you google "Phebe Babcock Thayer Blackman genealogy" (no quotes) you will see many references to this. Let me know if I can provide you with any additional information :) Kathi
Added by Katherine (Kathi) White on May 12, 2014 9:27 PM
Jane Neuman
RE: Henry Cornell
Thanks for the update. Someday maybe all those records will be searchable online and we can save our $$. I've had mixed results, too, but one has to try if you find a record.

Have you tried the DAR? I have had some luck with just making an inquiry on their website and they have volunteers do some looking. It might be a lead?

Best wishes in your sleuthing!
Added by Jane Neuman on May 04, 2014 9:49 AM
Paul Ridenour
Johann Nicholas Ridenour, II

Added by Paul Ridenour on Apr 23, 2014 2:44 PM
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