|Ann Tomica (#46824041)|
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I've been "hooked" on genealogy since about 2003.|
My main areas of research:
BACON - from England
BOROP/BORUP - from Denmark
MAVITY - from Ireland
MILLER - from Germany?
MORRISON - from Scotland
NEWARK - from England
PADGHAM - from England
RAGER - from Germany?
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|Kathy Holland, Gates to the Past Genealogy||RE: Helen Gehlke|
I did look around for Donald, but he's not there. You may need to contact the cemetery directly to find out if he's bured there. He doesn't show up on their online list of burials.
I am a resident from canandaigua New York. I recently purchased a postcard which has a message from William Henry padgham to his sister Belle. My research on him has led me to you. I assume you are related. I would be happy to mail you the card if you would like it. Renee Carbary
|Cheri Winslow||RE: Nira (Aldrich) Schaefer|
I am only distantly related through marriage.
Nira's grandparents were Niles and Elizabeth Borup.
Niles and Elizabeth Borop raised Lucy Isabelle Winslow in Bureau County, Illinois from about age 3 (1857). Lucy's father was Rufus Winslow, brother of my 2g-grandfather Allen H Winslow.
Lucy's birth father Rufus Winslow, put Lucy into "placement" when he remarried shortly after Lucy's mother Laura died.
Someone posted a comment on Nira's Ancestry page on my tree, saying they had seen a labeled photo of her for sale. I hadn't seen any other photos of her posted on Ancestry, so I purchased the photo (very minimal cost), then recently a friend scanned it for me.
If you'd like, I would be happy to mail you the original. You could email me at cheritryk at earthlink.net (no spaces and use the "at" sign).
Have a lovely day,
Cheri Winslow Tryk
|K. Roberts||RE: Stedman|
See you also got Henry. Found his son John, but his location I don't know, two of his kids live in my area and one in Wyoming in 1992.
If you didn't get D's email let me know and I will forward.
|Bonnie's Daughter||MERRY CHRISTMAS|
Many blessings to you and yours.
|David G. Briggs||RE: Maurela Chuderewicz|
You are very welcome! I'm happy to have been of assistance!
|hoosiergirl53593||John Page Mavity|
Hello, I saw the information you have on here about John Page Mavity. His second wife listed as unknown was Jane "Jennie" Roach. She died in 1888 after giving birth to David who was then raised by her sister as David Roche Pershing. Thank you!
|Inez Fontenot||Mavity Family Book|
Could you possibly share some information on the Mavity Family Book that you reference on John Page Mavity's memorial? If this is an item that can be purchased, I would like to get one for his granddaughter, whom I plan to visit next month.
|Ron Spurr||RE: Mavity|
I have no idea about the name "Jack". I just photograph and send what is there. You might be surprised at what some people put on gravestones. Gravestones are not a requirement by law and I'm not sure how much the inscriptions are regulated. I note there are some Rawsons right next to this Mavity gravestone. MAVITY is not listed in the Hillsdale Cemetery Index but I found it on the Canada Cemetery Project website so was able to locate the gravestone through them. They post a photograph of a gravestone with each posting provided one exists. Otherwise, they note that no gravestone is present. I trust the Mavity from the Beechwood Cemetery in Forest is useful to you in your ancestry search. It is the only one listed in their index.
|Judie Custer||RE: Mavity|
You are most welcome. Glad I could help.
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