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Shirley Stanton (#46546723)
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Since 1990, I have been working on the genealogy of my husband's family. In 1997 a computer was foisted on me and the real fun started! I began researching my own family in 2000 as a 70th b-day present for my brother. In sleuthing for family gravesites in the Northeast, we have physically unearthed family headstones. During the process of gathering family data, we have had a refresher course in US History as well as some post-grad work. The threads of our country's fabric have been spun from the family histories in our cemeteries.

In 2003-04,I had the pleasure of working with Michael Robert Patterson to identify family genealogy in many burials he had listed on his superb Arlington National Cemetery website. Michael linked the families on the website and supplied copious biographical information. The "family" continually amazed us both. At the time, I neglected to enter names in findagrave's Arlington list and have tried to catch up.

All of my entries in Find a Grave have been family members,until recently when I put in a few names from some obscure places that may be your family.


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C. J. Dixon
RE: Alexander Macomb sponsorship
You're welcome! :)
Added by C. J. Dixon on Aug 19, 2014 6:22 PM
Anna Jaech
Given
Thanks for your explanation. This is like the Lemon/Lemons family of central Missouri. I admire them for being who/what they wanted to be.
Added by Anna Jaech on Aug 04, 2014 11:51 AM
Anna Jaech
Givens
Hi Shirley: I entered 3 Givens before I realized you had entered them as "Given". My source for the records I'm using is James Givens, a member of the Genealogical Society of Central Missouri. Unless you are certain the name is used in Maries county as Given, please change all your listings as as the Givens don't appear in a search.
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Added by Anna Jaech on Aug 04, 2014 10:01 AM
Greg Volk
RE: William Stanton birthdate
=)
Added by Greg Volk on Jul 22, 2014 8:15 PM
gazelle
RE: # 7942146 Abram Hutton
My pleasure, Shirley - he is one of the few there still legible.
Added by gazelle on Jul 19, 2014 9:44 AM
BobBoston
Sarah Scottow. suggestion
Your suggestion has been posted.
Celebrate Volunteerism!!!
Added by BobBoston on Jun 24, 2014 1:29 PM
A AAA American at Find A Grave
Re: William
Shirley,

Maam yes anyone can say anything they wish. Napolean Bonaparte made people take names in mass. He still has so many things used. Thomas Alva Edison too. You may know they had more than one wife in each of the lives. Napolean made more titles. Thomas Alva Edison nicknamed two of his children from his second wife Dot and Dash as per his friend over working in Morris County, New Jersey.

Having those four characters ( Mrs. ) means and meant so very much. To honor those Women to me is important as well to them . It is quite proper. Other wise Maam why in Charles Dickens would they have that? Now too?

Choice is nice in many ways. But being proper when giving respect is a normalcy.

Queen Anne of England in the English language you may know and/or read of.
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Jun 03, 2014 12:53 AM
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RE: Re: William
Dear Mrs. Shirley Stanton,

Thank you for more clarity.

On the Neshnabe-Bodewadmi /Potawatomi's /Pottawatomie / Pottawatomi and other variations up in the State of Mi. , an expert, my cousin Dr.Ray De Mallie , U Indiana may have written on these Algonquian speakers. Another cousin built in Va. his showcase where the two main N.American languages met. That was Thomas Jefferson and his dad Peter over a wee bit from it.

Sorry for my error. On your kin, Mrs. Catherine Macomb Macomb # 28341977. As it shows on the memorial , verbatim.:
" She married her cousin, Gen. Alexander Macomb ("The Hero of Plattsburg"), on 18 July 1803 in Detroit, Michigan. Together they had 12 children.

Catherine Macomb wrote the following song:
"Banks of Champlain. Song by Catherine Macomb, wife of General Macomb, in 1814, written as she watched the Battle of Plattsburg (also known as the Battle of Lake Champlain). Tune: Banks of the Dee."


Maybe you can alert the manager of her memorial , Mr. Ray Henry 46815070 ray_henry@comcast.net on it now.

Now on your kin a FYI
,Mrs. Sarah Jane Dring Macomb
Birth: Feb. 26, 1765, Canada
Death: May 20, 1849


In Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey
Belleville 1839-1871
Sq. Miles: 7.91
Sq. Acres: 5,062
Belleville was originally incorporated as a township April 8, 1839. It was a part of Bloomfield (07003-9999) prior.

So yes she actually was living in Bloomfield.


I hope I am able to help you more too.

GBY < :><~~


Please add me as your friend . On Find A Grave also now too.

Regards,


Jonathan Robert De Mallie


Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on May 26, 2014 12:16 AM
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Re: William
Dear (is it) Mrs. Shirley Stanton,

I also have a name I was given at birth and use it in professional and personal life. You women once married have an advantage with those three letters eh.. ( Mrs.) . Most I am seeing forget to use it when even making memorials on Find A Grave.


Not loquacious palaver maam.
Since the memorial you mention is a question and nobody else even left a flower, prayer, and/or note except me a historian and quoted genealogist, which Find A Grave memorial my friend Mr. Fazzini made in A.D. 2009. On William you know of his Daughters song. You may know one of my 3rd cousins poem which became the Star Spangled Banner when he was held at bay by the waring British aboard his ship.

Sometimes actual / factual is not known well till shown.

EG: My mum was recovering from a severe fracture from an escalator calamity here in the Garden (Third State) State . One of the patients in the medical ( not Obamafied ) facility she told about us being invited and with the Protestant Pope when he accepted his Doctorate. The woman said there was no Pope except the one in Rome. Well you know the Catholic Pope is in Vatican City actually when in residence. I have done business with a Catholic Pope in person. The word, function, and title began with the First Christians, COPTICs. So what I did was ..provide a recent 10k ( Annual Report) to my mom with the Protestant Pope's picture and write up in the current Annual Report which she showed that woman. This woman with her curt reply said to my mum "oh I may have learned something".


I hope I am able to help you in providing more for you to have mutual benefit from now on.


Your last name, Stanton, as you may well know caused a Yankee spy to be captured as the annunciation was fully wrong. He was hanged.

Sincerely,

Jonathan Robert De Mallie

PS: On William aforementioned you may not know he is in the line with Gen. Bloomfield not just from his first wife.
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on May 24, 2014 10:54 PM
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TNX
Dear Mrs. Shirley Stanton,

Maam thank you for all your doing, have done, and I think shall do. It is quite well. Interlinking I did on some of your kin. I saw some here in New Jersey. Whiting is a nice municipality too. I did not add the title given to the Ladies of Mrs. but I hope many do now from the Drop Downs as those ladies sure deserve it.

Please add me as your friend. On Find A Grave now too.

Regards,

Jonathan Robert De Mallie
Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Apr 30, 2014 12:25 AM
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