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Feel free to use any of the images I have taken in your family research (online or otherwise), and don't hesitate to share them with any interested family members. I will happily transfer memorials for those I am not related to or have other special connections to. If you would like a transfer, just make a request through the suggestion/correction link on the individual's memorial page.|
I am researching family members with surnames Bowdish/Bowditch, Adams, Phillips, Stiles, Murray, Still, Moore, Breakenridge, Wright, Risley, Smith, Ketchum, Sherwood, Hurd, Bostwick, Schouten, LaDue, Freer, Platt, Lewis, Gates, Griswold, Buell, Phelps, Hoyt, Coggins, Ayers/Ayres, Reynolds, Cummings, Gregory, Rudderow, Middlebrook, Trowbridge, Minor, Avery, Ball, Chesebrough, Stanton, Palmer, Saxton, Madden, Howland, Chipman, Evarts, Cobb, Lathrop, Lanphere, Alden, Mullins, Grinnell, Pabodie, Fastnow, Ruemler, Wiese, Wilson and Strachan.
I am a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, Ancient Heraldic & Chivalric Order of Albion, Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Connecticut, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, General Society Sons of the Revolution, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, General Society Sons of the American Revolution, Order of Indian Wars in the United States, General Society of Colonial Wars, General Society of the War of 1812, Royal Society of St. George, Hereditary Order of the Descendants of Colonial Governors, Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Order of Americans of Armorial Ancestry, National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, Order of Indiana Pioneers, United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada, National Society Descendants of Early Quakers, Society of the Descendants of Colonial Clergy, Dutch Colonial Society, Flagon & Trencher, First Families of Ohio, Hereditary Order Descendants Loyalists & Patriots of the American Revolution, Son of a Witch, Descendants of Early Quakers, Descendants of the Founders of New Jersey, Descendants of the Founders of Ancient Windsor, Hereditary Order of the First Families of Massachusetts, Plymouth Hereditary Society, Order of the First Families of Rhode Island & Providence Plantations, Order of the First World war, Sons and Daughters of Colonial & Antebellum Bench & Bar, 1585-1861, Presidential Families of America, Order of the First Families of Maine, Winthrop Society, Guild Colonial Artisans and Tradesmen (Master Guilder), 1607-1783, Order of the First Families of Connecticut, 1633-1662, Bloodlines of Salem, Order of the First Families of Vermont, 1609-1791, Descendants of Sheriffs & Constables of Colonial and Antebellum America, Platt Family Association, Thomas Minor Society, Pilgrim John Howland Society, Stiles Family of America, Kansas Territorial Certificate and the Moore Family Association.
I am also interested in visiting/imaging the graves of famous physicians and surgeons.
"No man is an island, entire of itself. Every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as if a manor of thy friends or of thine own were. Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls...it tolls for thee."
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|Roger Petersen||Dr. John Ball|
Could you contact me directly (email@example.com) regarding Dr. John Ball of CT and OH? For years I have been trying to determine if my Nancy Ball (b. 1792 in CT, m. 1811 in Franklin Co., OH to Andrew Barr, d. 1851 in Franklin Co., OH) was connected to this family.
|Gary W. Royer||Risley Memorials|
Hello Matt, hope all is well with you and yours! I took a moment to transfere the Risley memorials over to you just a few minutes ago. They are your ancestors and the memorials should rightfully be yours.
Take care my friend, and I wish you the best of luck in your family history research!
You are very welcome. Always glad when my memorials are found by family members. Chris
Added by Macso on Oct 26, 2013 11:17 AM
|Nancy Lynn Blakeslee||Memorial 32684309|
In your memorial 32684309 for Evalena M Norton, you show a date of death as 1945...the correct date of death is 1915. If you look at the headstone carefully...and compare the 4 in the date for Lewis above her name...you will see that the 4 takes up much more space than the 1...please refer to the Connecticut Deaths and Burials Index 1650-1934 as well as the Connecticut, Hale Cemetery Inscriptions 1675-1934 for Evalena shows DOD 1915. Thank you for all of you hard work and generosity...
|S.R.F.||Mable Louise Krintz|
It WAS Mable Louise. You can see her memorial. The memorials you transferred have been updated. I will contact Saint James Lutheran Church to inquire about some questions that have arisen while I was working on these memorials. S.R.F.
Added by S.R.F. on Sep 30, 2013 8:24 AM
|S.R.F.||Mabel L Krintz|
I am wondering if this isn't Mary Louise Krintz, born Jun 1900 and died 25 Sep 1900 in Reynolds, White, Indiana; she was buried at Saint James' Lutheran Cemetery in Reynolds.
I haven't been able to locate a Mabel [Wow! That rhymes!]
Added by S.R.F. on Sep 29, 2013 6:18 PM
|S.R.F.||Elmer Walter Krintz|
Thank you for the transfer.
If you wish, you can also transfer his father, Amel/Emil F Krintz.
Added by S.R.F. on Sep 29, 2013 9:00 AM
|S.R.F.||Johann Michael "Michael" Krintz|
I just posted his picture to his memorial page. You need to click the picture to see the caption. S.R.F.
Added by S.R.F. on Sep 28, 2013 9:02 PM
|S.R.F.||RE: Anna Louise Bueto/Butow Krintz|
Oh, I never thought of that because I am not familiar with the German language. And, I would bet that the "w" that I see on some people's trees with the name, BUTOW, would not be there in German, either.
Added by S.R.F. on Sep 28, 2013 8:03 PM
|S.R.F.||RE: Anna Louise Bueto/Butow Krintz|
Yes, I just hope that it is THE one. Maybe I can call them next week.
I wonder if the date on the Confirmation record is a transcription error. She might have been Confirmed as an adult, say in 1873, rather than in "1853". She was only 13 and still in Germany in 1853.
But, it is definitely her on the records at Saint James. Her name is Anna Louise Bueto Krintz (I have to check on the Butow spelling.). And, the pastor asked me if she was married to "John Michael" Krintz. He told me Dora was buried with Michael, which I already knew.
Added by S.R.F. on Sep 28, 2013 7:06 PM
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