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Art Parker (#46779017)
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kimberly phillips
RE: Grandfather
oh ok i would like his gave off these site out of respect to my family
Added by kimberly phillips on Jul 27, 2015 3:26 PM
kimberly phillips
hi art i would like you to email me its reponding to one of the graves i seen of my grandpa can you please email me back thank
Added by kimberly phillips on Jul 26, 2015 6:58 AM
Joe Matocha
RE: Hazel Grime link
My pleasure Art. I'm always happy to help.

Joe Matocha
Added by Joe Matocha on Jul 23, 2015 11:40 AM
Anne Marie Kennison
RE: Hinman-Mills-Kelley-Davis-Stone corallation
If you don't mind I would like to get to know you. My email is and my phone number is 603-568-3751 write, text, or call if you wish.
Added by Anne Marie Kennison on Jun 17, 2015 7:44 PM
RE: Hovey-Barlow connection
I'm glad it made sense to you! I'm sure you can add to the memorials much better than I could. I just recognized the name Hovey. Good Luck!
Added by Shawdau on May 31, 2015 5:20 PM
RE: Hovey of Rozetta, IL
I'm related to the Hovey's - way, way back. I hope you can do more with them than I could. Danial (or Daniel) Hovey married Abigail Andrews, their son James Hovey (1650) married Priscilla Rebecca Dane. Their child, again James Hovey (1674) married Deborah Barlow (1674). Their daughter Mary Hovey (1702) married John Austin (1706) and their son David Austin (1734) married Mary Harmon (1737). Their daughter, Mary Austin (1766) married David Ward (1753 - 1806) and that's where my WARD family begins. Whew!

I really know about Samuel Ward (that's David Ward's son) - he married Azubah Bailey and that's where my family history begins. I'm sure you can do more with the Hovey's at Rozetta!
Added by Shawdau on May 31, 2015 4:16 PM
Zelpha Decker
I have transferred her memorial and if there are more family I have entered please let me know and I will transfer them also.
Added by caroline on Mar 10, 2015 4:37 PM
RE: Two Abrahams
Thanks Art,
You have given me some new information that I can check into. Hopefully, I can come up with something to solve this mystery. I was at the Phelps Historical Society, about 10 years ago, and they showed me detailed research papers that someone had submitted on the Van Dyne family. At the time, I was only looking for George & Lottie Severance-Van Dyne. In skimming through it, I found no mention of them, so I didn't really take any notes. Next time I'm in Phelps, (probably in May) I will check it out more thoroughly. I'll be sure to keep you posted if anything comes up.
Thanks again, for all your help.
Have a great weekend!
Added by Patty on Mar 06, 2015 6:25 PM
RE: Van Dyne correlations
Hi Art,
I just added George Van Dyne's parents and his sister, Ella, to Find a grave. However, I do not know where Abram & Loretta are buried.

Have a great night!
Added by Patty on Mar 05, 2015 5:06 PM
RE: Van Dyne correlations
Hi Art,
Thank you so much for taking the time to explain the Van Dyne family. I still am puzzled though, because there were 2 Abram Van Dyne families living in Phelps, (at the same time), who each had a son George, who were born 1845-46. The first Abram, was born abt. 1809, while the 2nd one was born in 1823. The one born in 1809 had many children, while the other had only George and Ella Van Dyne. I believe it was in 1855, that George's grandmother, Ann, (age 76) lived with them. I have been trying to find out who Ann's husband was. I think that would solve the mystery.
Are you aware of this? If so, maybe you can explain it to me. I know there's a connection somewhere!
I am so sorry if I am confusing you. You have been a great help, and I really appreciate it. Have a great day.
Added by Patty on Mar 05, 2015 12:25 PM
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