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Elkv42
Sophia Rowell #35761656
I have also set you edits on this memorial. Thanks, Lori
Added by Elkv42 on Feb 03, 2015 9:15 AM
Elkv42
Mary Rowell
OK, thanks. I didn't want to make a duplicate memorial. Lori
Added by Elkv42 on Feb 03, 2015 9:01 AM
Headstone Hunter
RE: Cousin
Yeah the Morgan Spencer line from PA that moved to Toledo, Ohio for a job back in the depression.
That Morgan line came from Ct and mine came from N Virginia. Haven't got them into Europe.The search is interesting though.
Added by Headstone Hunter on Jan 31, 2015 6:04 PM
Headstone Hunter
Cousin
Here's another one in Riga Michigan! Following the crowfutt, Spencer, Morgan line
Added by Headstone Hunter on Jan 30, 2015 3:00 PM
James Rose
Thomas Mosher #47025535
Crowfoot: Possibly this is the same Thomas Mosher, b. NY 1784, son of Lemuel and Mercy, who married Catherine. The book “Descendants of Hugh Mosher and Rebecca Maxson through Seven Generations” (1990) does not indicate that anyone had Native American ancestry, but there are clues that Daniel Mosher and his wife Mary, of Dartmouth Massachusetts, had descendants with Native American ancestry: 1. The authors looked for but could not find the ancestry of Daniel's wife Mary, only records from 1718 and 1740 with her name Mary from the early to mid 1700's, (pg. 5). 2. Daniel and Mary''s son Ephraim Mosher married (1741) Unice Raimen; Unice has no ancestry listed, (pg.18). 3. Ephraim and Unice had a daughter Patience Mosher, who married David Tallman, David Tallman's father Jonathan Tallman (descendant of Hamburg Germany born Peter Tallman), posted a protest forbidding the banns of marriage between his son David to Patience Mosher, posted in Dartmouth 16 Feb. 1767, to Dartmouth Massachusetts town clerk Benjamin Akin(pg. 18). David Tallman and Patience Mosher married 19 April 1767. Zebulon Mosher, brother of Patience Mosher, married Patience Tallman ( possibly Jonathan Tallman’s daughter and sister to David Tallman). Zebulon Mosher migrated to Oneida County in western New York. (Pg 60 # 78). 4. Daniel and Mary’s grandson, Lemuel Mosher, married his first cousin (Daniel & Mary’s granddaughter) Mercy Mosher, after Mercy's first husband was lost at sea, after which, Indians burn her house down. Lemuel and Mercy left Massachusetts before 1790 and move to western New York, (pg. 54-55). 5. Lemuel and Mercy have a son Thomas Mosher (5th generation) b. NY 1784, by 1828, Thomas and his wife Catherine purchase several lots on the Tonawatha (Tonawanda) Indian Reservation in Genesee Co. N.Y. (pg. 55). Daniel and Mary Mosher are the grandparents of: Patience Mosher; Lemuel Mosher and his wife Mercy Mosher. Daniel and Mary Mosher are the great-grandparents of Thomas Mosher. Thomas Mosher must have had Native American ancestry to be allowed to purchase land on the Tonawanda Indian Reservation.
Added by James Rose on Jan 17, 2015 11:41 PM
David B Crawford
Crofut, Crawford, Crowfoot & Seeley
Has anyone made a connection between this Seeley line in Bradford, PA and Nehemiah "Crowfoot" ( - 1806) of Broome County, NY?
Added by David B Crawford on Dec 09, 2014 12:38 AM
Owen Jones
Lucy Hewitt Haflett
Hello!

I've just added birth and death dates for Lucy Haflett for review. She was my g-g-grandfather William Haflett's first wife. She and her family were from Painswick, a small village in Gloucestershire, England. It's in the Cotswolds. She and William came to America in June 1832, settling first in Providence then moving to Pennsylvania sometime in the late 1830s. Her maiden name was Hewitt (spelled sometimes Hewett or even Huet.)
Added by Owen Jones on Jun 02, 2014 5:38 AM
Kimby P.
John W. Tickner- Fairview, Williamstown
Hello, Curious if you have any info on John Tickner in Fairview that you created the memorial for? We believe he is buried elsewhere according to information we have found, so would like to compare information if possible! Thanks!
Added by Kimby P. on May 13, 2014 11:12 PM
Tony Klingensmith
Henry & Elizabeth Klingensmith
Thanks so much for the transfer of Henry and Elizabeth. I'm trying to link my family back as many generations as possible and this completes one more generation. Thanks again for your help.

Tony Klingensmith
Added by Tony Klingensmith on Jan 27, 2014 9:37 PM
ASB
Hinkleys
Thanks for the transfers.
Added by ASB on Jan 26, 2014 10:41 AM
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