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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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|CRC ||RE: Carpenter Family Pictures|
Hi Lynnsdaughter, Yes it was the pictures I was asking about. Thank you,
Added by CRC on Mar 07, 2015 12:54 PM
|CRC ||Charity Carpenter Francisco|
May I have permission to use the photos of the Carpenter family on my family tree?
Added by CRC on Mar 06, 2015 11:14 PM
Do you have any other information on her or her husband John? Maybe a photo of the grave?
Added by MEAP on Feb 15, 2015 2:40 PM
|Char Ellis||RE: Laura J. Arnold|
HI, ok that makes sense now. The twp burial records only show the number, not that it's days or yrs
|Brenda Hansen||Lawrence Carl Havens|
I believe there are 2 memorials for him 36386316 & 40624944. Is there a way they can be merged?
|Sandra Elizabeth Miller||RE: The Johnsons...closer than you know!|
That is very interesting information! Thank you for sharing it! I have put the information I have written about Cranberry on my Grandma Miller's Memorial page. She knew him very well, being about 20 when he died. Just click on Nellie Elizabeth (Johnson)Miller's name on Roe Johnson's Memorial page if you would like to read about Cranberry. He is something of a controversial figure in our family (I discuss this). For starters, we have good reason to believe that he was born in 1806, not 1811 as is given on his stone at Morrison, making him 104 years, 7 months old when he died He was very cagey about his age, seeing that his second wife, Cornelia Westfall (Spooner), was a great deal younger than he was. He is an authentic pioneer of Fabius Twp. His obituary said that he was still walking into Corey until three days before he died! Do read what I have written about him!
|Sandra Elizabeth Miller||RE: The Johnsons|
No - we are not related in any way that I know about to the Curtis family, but at Morrison we have other relatives: my great-great-grandparents, William Wallace "Cranberry"Johnson and wife Cornelia Westfall (Spooner) Johnson - and Christian W. Smith and wife Johannette (Kramb) Smith - and others related to them. The Johnson family has taken care of Morrison Cemetery for many years - first William Adelbert Johnson, my Grandma Miller's brother, and then (and presently) by Will's grandson, Gerald Johnson. Just recently I have become better organized in regard to this part of my family. Many members, particularly the Krambs (Johannette's family), are buried at Riverside in Three Rivers. Rebecca Drumm, who works very actively at that cemetery, has done a remarkable job there and we have been working together. I like to add as much information everywhere I can for others to use. That way we can advance our family histories rather than continue to plow the same ground repeatedly!!
|Sandra Elizabeth Miller||Mary and Roe Johnson|
Thank you so much for transferring my great-grandparents, Mary (Smith) and Roe Johnson, to me.
Sandra Elizabeth Miller
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Emma Curtis Sanderson|
HAHAHAHA! Why do people do that to us when we are just trying to follow the bread crumbs to find the trail? Thanks!
|Ryan Sanderson||Frederick J Sanderson|
Hi I saw that you added a story on Frederick J Sanderson (#122748823. I'm researching the Sanderson line and would like more information on him and his parents if you have any. Thanks. Ryan S.
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