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Bonnie (#46917571)
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If there are any additions or corrections please feel free to contact me using the edit tab, on the original memorial, then click on suggest a correction. This will take me directly to the memorial that you have a concern about. I am always glad to add additional info.
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David McCormick
Martha Williamson Thompson (1791-1866) )
Martha Williamson (6 AUG 1791- 3 OCT 1866) were married Archibald Thompson (17 AUG 1785- 13 MAR 1852) in Lackawannock Township, MERCER County by Justice of the Peace, Hon. Arthur Harry on 6 AUG 1806. Martha and Archibald Thompson are buried at Eastbrook Presbyterian Church cemetery in what is now Hickory Township of LAWRENCE (formerly MERCER) County, PA. The two oldest sons of Martha and Archibald Thompson were ROBERT Thompson (1808-1852) and JAMES Thompson (1812-1891). Archibald's Father was ROBERT Thompson (1761-1834) buried at Shenango Presbyterian Church cemetery in what is Neshanock Township of Lawrence (formerly MERCER) County, PA. I am guessing, but I suspect that Martha's father was a JAMES Williamson. Again, I am guessing but it may be your James Williamson (1753-1818) and his wife, Jane McEwen (1757-1819). Other early Mercer County Williamsons seem to be settled around Greenville in northern Mercer County. Your James Williamson seems to be the only one of the right generation settled near (in Mercer County) the Thompsons in what is now northern Lawrence County (then Mercer County). Do you have information on other children of James Williamson and his wife, other than Henry Williamson (1788-1876) ? Anything in your data about my Martha Williamson Thompson (1791-1866) or other siblings. I notice your James Williamson owned (among other land holdings) a original lot in what became the village of Pulaski in what is now Lawrence County (then Mercer County). My direct e-mail is if needed. Thanks for any reply in advance.
Added by David McCormick on May 27, 2016 4:01 PM
RE: Harold E. Lee #154577442
Always happy to help if I can.
Added by RickC on May 22, 2016 7:10 PM
RE: Harold E. Lee #154577442
You are very welcome. Riggs Cemetery is a very small cemetery next to Wells Cemetery. It is separated by a fence and there is a sign to indicate the difference. It is not part of Wells. Harold's marker is in Wells Cemetery and not in Riggs.
Added by RickC on May 22, 2016 6:56 PM
RE: Thank you
You're certainly welcome. I enjoy researching and especially photographing...
Added by Susanna on May 16, 2016 11:40 AM
Stu Haley
RE: Marcella Morey
I posted a picture of Marcella. It wasn't the best copy - i had to take a picture of a picture.
Added by Stu Haley on May 08, 2016 1:06 PM
Neff Family Historical Society
KAGY, Jacob
Bonnie, Good chance this Jacob Kagy is the son of Abraham & Catharine Gochenauer Kagy. Still need second source.

1850; Census Place: Bristol, Trumbull, Ohio; Roll: NARA M432_733; Page: 281B; Image: 367
Kagy, Abraham age 63 b. VA
Kagy, Catherine age 56 VA
Elizabeth age 30 OH
John G. age 24 OH
Jacob A. age 19 OH ie b. 1831

Thank you for your additions. Bill Neff
Added by Neff Family Historical So... on Apr 26, 2016 6:02 PM
Gina Jean
Thank you Bonnie
Thank you Bonnie. I appreciate all you do.
Added by Gina Jean on Apr 23, 2016 6:09 PM
Janet Muff
Old Gustavus Cemetery
Bonnie, I see that you got the photos for the Lane family in this cemetery. The probate record for Levi Lane in 1868 say that graves were dug for Ruth Lane (his wife) and Sylvia (aka Selva) Graves sister of his wife, Ruth, and that the executor of the estate paid for those graves. Do you know if there was a grave for Sylvia/Selva Graves in the vicinity of the graves for Levi and Ruth (Graves) Lane?

Thanks for the help,

Janet Muff
Added by Janet Muff on Apr 21, 2016 12:04 AM
Martha (Mallett) Sisler
Wales and Cora Mallett
How very thoughtful of you to transfer my grandparents to me!! I do have some bio information and pictures to add.

You are doing such a good job for so many families.
Martha (Mallett) Sisler
Added by Martha (Mallett) Sisler on Apr 20, 2016 11:07 AM
Ted K
RE: Grant G Nichols # 93970118
Thanks (I guess!). I added obituary and your information to the page. Ted K, Brooklyn, NY
Added by Ted K on Apr 19, 2016 4:20 PM
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