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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 celebrated the tricentennial of its immigrant ancestor's 1710 arrival in June, 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, Hotovy, Teiml and many others.|
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|Anne Philbrick||Romulus Nicholson|
Thank you for the suggested edits for Romulus.
|Linda ~ In Loving Memory Of My Son ~ Harold||Your Welcome!|
|Sandra Elizabeth Miller||William "Jackson"|
I happened to read the bio you have for Andrew Jackson and I thought you would like to have the following information about William Jackson, as he is named in various censuses. I was working with a fellow Eberhard researcher recently and she sent me the following information He is really Susan (Eberhard) Smith Jackson's GRANDSON, the son of Samuel and Louisa (Beadle) Smith. It seems that everyone living in the Andrew Jackson home was considered a Jackson by the census taker!
This researcher said that tracking down William has been one of her most difficult tasks! If you would like more info the children of Susan (Eberhard) and Jacob Smith, let me know. William did stay in Michigan, but he moved around a lot.
William Smith, b. 2 May 1872 at Newberg, Cass Co., MI, parents: Samuel and Louisa Smith.
Groom: William Smith, age 21, b. MI, residence: Crystal, Oceana, MI; father: Samuel Smith, mother: not given
Bride: Hattie Stone, age 16, b. MI, residence: Crystal, Oceana, MI, father: Andy Stone, mother: not given
Married on 17 Sep 1893 at Hart, Oceana, MI
Note: This is a second marriage - his first marriage was in 1890
Sandra Elizabeth Miller
|Law-Miller Roots||Lydia Smith #541880116|
Thanks for the information on her second marriage.
|Doty||RE: Picture of Frank Vickery, Sr.|
Ok.Will do. Enjoy a great day.
Added by Doty on Jul 14, 2016 1:43 PM
|Doty||RE: Picture of Frank Vickery, Sr.|
Hello,it's great to hear from you. I do have (1)family picture of my grandfather with my grandmother (2nd.wife),Ervilla May.my mom,Marjorie Elsie Doty,my uncle Lloyd Vickery and my aunt(the baby)Edith Vickery. Edith married a fellow with the same last name(non relative at the time lol.)Cecil Vickery WWII veteran. I believe the picture was taken around 1927/28,as my mom was born Dec.23.1922 and she looks to be around 5/6 in the pix. I'll need to take a pic.of this one w/my camera & post it. Hopefully,I'll succeed. I never done this before. Also,if you would like me to send a picture,I'll be happy to have a print made and send it to you (free of course-I won't accept any money :) smile). I do know the pic was taken on Gage St.in Pontiac,MI.Grampa Frank was working for Pontiac Motor Div.(GM)at the time. I will try and post this tomorrow.My email is Leedot675@gmail.com if you like. Thank you so much for answering my message. Wow,I am excited,as your message just made my day. Take care and be well.
Added by Doty on Jul 13, 2016 8:00 PM
|Connie Ferris||Floyd Curtis #136557791|
Decided the Floyd Curtis memorial and the W. F. Curtis gravestone belong together based on the Plot location in the transcripts and the location I found the stone in cememtery and the interred date. Does that make sense?? Anyway, I've posted the photo. Let me know if I messed up! - Connie
|Gale Olsson McHale||RE: James Beebe Van Alstyne|
Great! Thanks. I have deleted the memorial I created for him.
|Kim White||Perletha Anna Blood|
Thanks so much for helping fill in the part of Floyd Spencer's life that included Anna. I have woven your information into his bio. My guess was on target but it's always wonderful to get confirmation.
|Cathy Roylance||Delamater / Overocker Lines|
Reading your very extensive research on most of these people, I want to say welcome to the family.
I find it odd at times when some family members of my fathers side are found in the southern part of the State where I find my Mothers Family members, then again her side were found up here in Albany where by had married into my Fathers side.
Intermarriage's back in the 17 & 1800's were outrageous to say the least. Some day I will also apply for the various DAR & SAR.
Collateral Cousin to
Overocker = NORTH
& Delamater = SOUTH
So, On we Go
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