|Ken Smith (#46985536)|
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I have been interested in genealogy since the late '70s, when a cousin showed me a 1901 genealogy, "The Descendants of William Wood" in which my late grandmother was mentioned. I like this site and have made an effort to try to locate all the ancestor graves I can. I'm always available to take grave photos in the Twin City area, that is, when they're not under two feet of snow.|
Feel free to contact me with additional information or corrections. I will gladly transfer any memorial that I created that is your direct family member and not mine. You may use any pictures I add to memorials.
If I send you a biography or information about any memorial that you manage and you are no longer interested in maintaining that memorial, I will be glad to accept a transfer.
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|Carter Pittman||RE: John Mendall|
Ken, thank you! Be sure to check your listed e-mail.
|Janet Mercurio||Mary Kirby Buck #13693862|
Hi Ken - I put in a photo request for this grave but just got a response saying they couldn't find any record of her having been buried at Wethersfield cemetery. Would you please check your information about this grave to see if we can track down where she is actually buried?
THanks a lot for your help on this.
Thank you so much !!! :) Have a wonderful *Christmas holiday.
|Trine Stürup||John Johnson Lien from Selbu, Norway|
Thank you for giving so much information about the Johnson family. It helped my American cousin to trace back her ancestry.
If you want to add to some of your information about the Johnsons, there is a book about Selbu on the Internet. It is in Norwegian, but you can still get the names of children and farms:
Trine Stürup, Denmark
|Starfishin||RE: R. W. Middaugh|
I'm sorry, but I don't have that obit.
If you are a Wisconsin resident, or know someone who is, the state of Wisconsin has recently digitized and put online many of the state's newspapers from that era. Only catch is, you have to be a Wisconsin resident to access them.http://badgerlink.dpi.wi.gov/
The Wisconsin Historical Society also has some searchable newspapers and newspaper indexes on line https://www.wisconsinhistory.org/Content.aspx?dsNav=N:4294963828-4294963805&dsRecordDetails=R:CS1590
Because I don't have any way to access the restricted stuff, I usually try to figure out various permutations of what I'm looking for,put it into a search, then hope that I can access a cached version that someone else has accessed in their own search. Sound strange, but it has worked for me!
Hope this helps a little.
|cchldrss||Aersen vs Middagh|
Found your Middagh FAGs interesting. I am an Arrison (Aersen) researcher. I noticed your statement regarding difficulty separating Jan Aersen of the ferry and Jan Aertsen Middagh. Seeing that I went back through your messages until I found two from K. Perry. As usual Bergen was cited. Here is the best item to send future such cites: From 1998,
"...Jan AERSEN (or AERTSEN), who is generally referred to as "Jan of the Ferry", never used the surname MIDDAGH. Rather, Teunis G. Bergen in his epochal tome "Early Settlers of Kings County in Alphabetical ..." and in his book "The Bergen Family or the Descendants of Hans Hansen Bergen..." confused him with a s/o Aert Theuniszen (or Anthonize) MIDDAGH who was named Jan Aertsen MIDDAGH who married Geertje Teunisse CLAERWATER."
From: Jack Middaugh firstname.lastname@example.org Dutch-Colonies-L Archives Archiver > Dutch-Colonies > 1998-04 > 0893717450
I, of course, sent a message to K. Perry, in which I pointed this out and noted that Jan Aersen of the ferry never used the name Middagh, nor did any of his children. Unfortunately, both of the Bergen books as well a Hoagland book keep perpetuating this confusion. Maybe its time for a Aersen researcher to team up with a Middagh researcher to see if we can cleanup some of this confusion. Interested?
Added by cchldrss on Nov 06, 2016 6:47 PM
|Smith||RE: William Sterling|
No problem at all! This would probably make us distant cousins.
Added by Smith on Nov 02, 2016 10:26 AM
|Susan M S||RE: Jane Jeffrey Pembury|
No worries. Have fun!
|Susan M S||RE: Jane Jeffrey Pembury|
I hope you are not cross with me.... ;)
I do a search on Pembury and the England and it comes up with 4 .
this is the old one....
I have just finished photographing the new burial ground and the New cemetery. Have not done the old one. Probably too many graves too difficult to read!
Best wishes Susan
|Susan M S||Jane Jeffery Pembury|
Just to let you know that Jane is in the incorrect cemetery.
She would have been buried in the OLD church of St Peter in Pembury not this new church which was only consecrated in 1845.
This is what it says:
Pembury has two churches dedicated to St Peter. The oldest, known as the Old Church, stands outside the modern village in the woods to the north of the A228 bypass. The newer building, known as the Upper Church, stands in the heart of the village on Hastings Road.
The plan of the Old Church and the little Norman window above the South door indicate that the original Church dates from 1147 at least, or even 1100AD. Most of the present Church was built in 1337 by John Colepeper of Bayhall. He also built the chantry chapel of St Mary in the churchyard in 1355 but this was pulled down at the Dissolution of the smaller Monasteries in 1547 and three windows in the body of the Church were inserted with the money gained from the sale of the lead which had covered the chapel.
I hope this helps.
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