RE: Samuel Cate Hello, I am looking for a Samuel Cate who would have had maybe a Eliphalet Cate and an Almira Cate 1832-1905 in the Greenland/Newington NH area. I am not sure where I messed up. Other fammily names to do with them would be Allard and Trueman
Cate Family Hello, My name is Kathy Sullivan and I believe I am a descendant of Samuel Cate. I have hit a few brick walls as to his military records and his father with whom I believe is William Cate. I also can't see who William's wife reallyl is as I have been coming up with two wives with the same birth date, different names and their parents. I don't know if i am doing this correctly but am very interested in finding out if I have the right people. My e-mail is email@example.com. I have been out to the Greenland Cemetery as I live about 5 minutes from it but haven't found them. Thank you for your time...
Would you kindly disconnect spouse link to John Smith 1854-1897. While Janet WAS married to a John Smith, it definitely was not the one you connected her to. She did not marry a man 32 years her junior. Thank you
RE: Walter Albert Sims Ooops! Gr Aunt Sarah married a Woods, It was her daughter that married Everard Chauncey Sim, who was the brother of Walter Albert Sim. Sometimes hard to get thing straight without referring to those family files. Alison
RE: Walter Albert Sims The link to the record for Walter Albert Sim is - http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE17373824
The other way to it, is through email where I can send you a pdf copy of what I saved from the above.
my email, in words, is - durry_2 at actrix dot co dot nz
His Last Will and Testament is to be found on https://familysearch.org in the search, browse all published collections, Australia & New Zealand, New Zealand, New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Probate Records, 1843-1998.
Do a search in there on the name, or just the surname, and a list comes up. You can view the images of that will there. This one contains all the family names, which was handy. Also his parents wills are there too. His mothers one also contains ALL the names of the children and their spouses names from all the marriages - talk about a find. At least it proves who is who. I am just filling in the generation of the husband of my great aunt, Sarah Sophia Wallace Sim. Can't have him as a name in limbo on my family files. Not taking it any further than that or my files get too huge. Only abt 20000 names, living and deceased, to work with. Alison
RE: William Meredith I see no harm in an obit either, as long as it's source is there. I nearly always, if one available, put one on for family deaths that are 100 or more years ago. No one has complained about it as yet. As you say, they often contain valuable information for anyone searching for that person.