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Waunita M Herron (#21335338)
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Sally Davis
RE: Joseph Loomis
Hi Waunita,

Yes, we are cousins. Here's my line of descent:

Joseph Loomis (1590-1658) & Mary White (15901652)

Nathaniel Loomis (1626-1688)& Elizabeth Moore
(16381728)

Moses Loomis (1671-1754)& Joanna Gibbs (16711742)

Catherine Loomis (1702-1738)& Lt. Thomas Wolcott (17021762)

Jane Catharine Wolcott* (1733- )& Ellis Russell (17301802)

Oliver Wolcott Russell* (1777-1841)& Catharine Grant (17961872)

Susan Grant Russell* (1827-1892)& Henry Augustus Trench (18171895)

Ira James Trench (1851-1932)& Charlotte Totten (18601891)

Elmer Eugene Trench (1887-1972)& Ora Esta Shank (18861961)

Virginia Eleanor Trench* (1916-1966) & Ellsworth Marcus Davis (1907-1995)

Sally Elizabeth Davis

All but a few remained in Conn. What's your line?

Cheers,
Sally
Added by Sally Davis on Mar 24, 2015 1:54 PM
Annette Gauthier
FAG response
Waunita,
They replied "they didn't know who you were talking about." I'm about an hour away from Topeka. If you need something there, give me all the details, names, dates, record type, etc. I could try in person. Annette Gauthier
Added by Annette Gauthier on Mar 13, 2015 6:49 PM
Sally Davis
RE: Joseph Loomis
Sorry about that type. He is my 8th great grandfather through his son, Nathaniel.

Sally
Added by Sally Davis on Mar 13, 2015 1:20 PM
Annette Gauthier
RE: ancestry messages
The rule of thumb is that the event must be 75 or more years ago before the record is "public". It would seem that 1918 is more than 75 years. Why don't you try again and just say you are a descendant. How would they be able to check? If you know the county and I'm close, I could probably go to the court house in that county and obtain a record. I live in Johnson county, close to Kansas City. Let me know. Annette Gauthier
Added by Annette Gauthier on Mar 12, 2015 10:49 AM
Annette Gauthier
ancestry messages
Hi Waunita,

I received a message on ancestry.com in reply to your inquiry about your mom's high school sweetheart. Because you are using my ancestry.com log in information, the replies are coming to me, not you. I would suggest that you use your personal email to send a message. Usually the email of the person you are trying to contact will be on the find-a-grave or ancestry site. Otherwise, you are not receiving the replies. I'll forward the reply I received today.Annette Gauthier
Added by Annette Gauthier on Mar 12, 2015 10:35 AM
Souza
RE: Clarence Monroe Miles # 38321813
Once you figure it out let me know. It is not a exact science, but I try to be as accurate as I can. Although, it appears that the memorial death date may be in error.

Good luck.
Added by Souza on Mar 09, 2015 11:23 PM
Libby
Henry Seifert
You are right, Abraham is not Henry's wife. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
Added by Libby on Mar 09, 2015 11:22 PM
Souza
RE: Clarence Monroe Miles # 38321813
I found that the birth date of the William G I have listed, and the memorial you sent me are the same. Although the death dates are different. I have 25 January 1933, while the memorial has 13 December 1933. In my search I have noted that the name William G. Miles appears to have been popular.

Although, after re-checking your memorial (143461622) the death date may be a typo, as it matches his birth date except year. Since I dont have a picture of the headstone I cannot match them. Please recheck the date, and get back to me. I am always looking to add families, and accurate information to my memorials.

Thank you very much.

Souza
Added by Souza on Mar 09, 2015 9:22 PM
Longmont Genealogical Society
Frank Woods
D/S denotes there is a double stone shared (usually with spouse)or a family member.
Added by Longmont Genealogical Soc... on Mar 04, 2015 3:52 PM
Pezchild
RE: Opal Tyson Mustain
Waunita, the cemetery directory calls her out as Opal Mustain but takes you right to this Tyson headstone. I had the same problem trying to find a great uncle in western PA. Finally found him buried in the same plot as his first wife. It might boil down to which children were taking care of the burial arrangements!
REB
Added by Pezchild on Mar 01, 2015 9:57 AM
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