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I am a reunited adult adoptee and my birth name was Anne Marie Weatherwax. I have been a professional writer for more than 50 years and a graphic artist since 1976. I am also one of the most involved Weatherwax family researchers in the United States. (The family just celebrated the tricentennial of its immigrant ancestor's arrival in 2010.) I have also extensive genealogical records for both the ancestors and descendants of Michael and Cornelia (VanNess) VanDerCook of NJ and NY. Additional families that I am researching include Francisco, Delamater, Vickery, Blood, Nichols, Kent and Hotovy.|
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|MjRich||104697640 Mary Eddy|
In Morrison cemetery in St Joseph co Michigan. You have document this Mary in 2013.
I been to the cemetery many times and there no stone. I check the burial records and there no Mary Eddy with those dates. The ones I have found are already document and are the daughters but again dates don't match.. I spoke with the sexton and he got back with me recently and he had no record of her being bury there.
Sincerely yours, MJ
Added by MjRich on Aug 22, 2014 5:06 PM
|O Culver||Cornelius Francisco d. 1839 correction|
I would like to submit a correction to Find A Grave Memorial# 15928837.
I believe that the wife and children listed for this Cornelius Francisco actually belong to Cornelius Francisco, son of John Francisco (b. 1749 - d. 1832).
The children are all listed in the Petition for Probate for the will of John, indicating that they are his grandchildren.
This Cornelius, son of John, was b. 25 Mar 1782 (Schaghticoke R.D. Church record), died in Monroe County, NY in 1831, his estate administered by his brother, Francis Francisco, 15 Jul 1831.
The Ontario County Surrogate Court Records index that is online indicates there is an estate proceeding for Cornelius Francisco, d. 1839.
I am sure that these two probate records would easily straighten out the families of these two Cornelius Franciscos.
Added by O Culver on Aug 19, 2014 12:26 PM
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Calvin Peabody|
You are very welcome! I am happy for you that you found out why
She was buried on the Peabody lot. I was on the way to another
cemetery just a few miles passed Pine Corners. It is mostly done
I photographed Pine Corners twice, the second time in good light
I will upload my photo of Abigail's stone. f you need anything else
there, just ask. You don't have to make a request. You can email
me asking for whatever you want. I photographed Abigail's stone at
1:37 pm on May 1, 2013
|EmilyEm||RE: The Washburns|
There may be more. I thought you'd gotten enough requests from me for one morning, but am so happy that you made the connections. The new Sibling field is wonderful. Thanks for doing the connections and all the wonderful memorials you've created. They have helped me.
Added by EmilyEm on Apr 30, 2014 6:06 AM
|Donna Burkert Grothaus||VanDerCook, Morrison & Perry Connection|
Hello, Note, with interest, your listing of Andrew Morrison and Sarah VanDerCook and also Perry family members. I have recently found a will for William P. Morrison (ca 1754-1830) who mentions the children of Andrew, although no given names listed. William P. also lists his brother George and I have felt George to be the father of the mentioned Andrew (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V2HV-BVY). William P. Morrison also names Henry and George Perry, with no connection listed and the children of Thomas Morrison, whom I believe to have d 1833 in Rensselaer. Would you have anything to help establish relationships with these families? Thanks, so much, for any assistance you may be able to offer. Good luck with your searches! Donna
|B Lorman||Nancy Prinde|
dau. of Amasa Prindle and Tryphena Miller, was born 8 Apr 1819, one of triplets, Nancy, Chancy Prindle and Charles Chauncey Prindle. I am a direct descendant of Amasa and Tryphena Prindle through Charles Chauncey Prindle. I hope this is helpful to you.
Added by B Lorman on Feb 08, 2014 5:01 PM
|William J. Simmons||Reynolds/Jeffers?|
I am trying to find the parents of my ancestor in Rensselaer County, Mary Reynolds who married a man by the last name Jeffers. Have you heard of them? Thanks, Bill S. My ancestor came with yours in 1710 to N.Y and may have some info. docs. to share. Johann Wilhelm Simon 1710 Palatine German.
|Pam Barkas||Benejah Putnam|
I found different parents for Benejah Putnam on Ancestry.com The source was Massachusetts Town Records. The names aren't even close to being Asaph and Sarah.
Someone else post a story that Benejah is buried in Cooksborough Cemetery, Pittstown, New York. His/her source is http://familypedia.wikia.com/wiki/Asaph_Putnam_(1724-1796).
Do you any other sources for Benejah's parents?
By the way, I am also reunited adult adoptee. This line, however, is not my biological line, but my adopted mother's family.
Thanks for any information,
|Jeanette Wall||Phebe Blackford|
Hi, I found Phebe Francisco living with her son Daniel H.Blackford in 1875 with his second wife Anna Blackford.
I am a descendant of Ruby Barnes, Daniels first wife who passed away in 1871. Daniel and Ruby Blackford had One daughter Jeanie Blackford who passed away at the age of 4yrs.old on Jan.15,1868. I don't know Daniel's fathers name sorry. Hope this helps.
|EmilyEm||RE: Francisco - Wager - Washburn|
Thank you. I like when connections are made. Mark's family descends to the Washburns, Fishers and Moores.
Added by EmilyEm on Oct 22, 2013 3:33 PM
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