|Brian McCullough (#47077582)|
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Living in warmer South Carolina, many miles from my ancestral environs in New England. The memorials I maintain are family members gleaned during the extensive genealogical research I began in 1970.|
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|Mary Standridge||William Feltus|
Hi Brian, It was for William Feltus, whose Find A Grave # 58826344
Would you care to include a brief bio of Feltus? I am a cousin of his wife,
Olive, and I found this on-line.
The Feltus Family Book, 1917, prvately printed, Rev. George H. Feltus
William Henry Feltus
Studied pharmacy and medicine at New Haven Medical School, (about the year 1849;
no official records for that period). Practiced pharmacy in Vermont until 1852;
when, after marriage, he returned to birthplace in Mississippi, where he engaged
in farming and teaching. Removed, 1856, to Dardanelle, Ark., and engaged in drug
business. Served there, 1860-63, as postmaster under President Buchanan, and
President Davis (C.S.A.).
Business being ruined by the war he occupied himself as a bookkeeper
I have copy and pasted the info you sent for William, if you would like to be his caretaker of his site, just send me a request and I will be happy to transfer him to you. Thanks for the info.
|Pat Kaszubowski - Thomas||McKim Memorials|
Are you related to the McKim Family?
If so I will transfer the memorials to you.
Thank you for the edits.
Thank You for the birth and death location for Orson Worden it is appreciated
|Nancy D||RE: Nelson Sibley Hitchcock|
We have been in contact before. I have not been able to find anything more on Elisha and Almira (Nelson) Sibley. I have searched almost all the cemeteries in Bennington except for the smaller private family cemeteries trying to find something. I keep searching hoping something will show up.
Added by Nancy D on Jul 04, 2014 12:08 PM
|Mrstinylady||RE: l# 13704126|
I'm related to the Warner family through my mother's mother a number of times (back when) and my father's father a number of times (back when)
and then to just about everywhere else in my tree!
And how are you related?
No way! Do we meet AGAIN (and again and again)?
You're related to both my mother and my father's genealogies AND my husband to boot?
Your cousin in law, Chris
|Scott Shatto||Ida B. Kuhn Mell Still|
You are correct about the spelling of Ida's maiden name. I originally had it as Kuhn but ran into conflicting records. Her 1 Oct 1904 Marriage record to Jerry Parker Still confirms her father as Napoleon B. Kuhn.
|Jonathan Laing||RE: Laura Granger 122939855|
Unfortunately not. I know that there was a murder trial on Fanny Shaw's Father. He had poisoned his wife and several of their children. I was able to estimate when they got married as in Fanny's testimony she was married 2 years at the time. Burton Matteson's mother also had testified on the trial Julia Ann Matteson. I would have to take a guess that they are all in the Cambridge, NY or White Creek, NY area. I have done a great deal of research on this family line.
I also have this
Estate of Fanny Mattison, Greenwich.
Letters of Administration Issued to
Lewis D. Mattison. abt 1896 she possibly died.
Court proceedings July 31, 1900
I have the following children so far.
William 1870-1944 (Jeanette Ralston)Greenwich cem
Laura 1875-1908 (Addison Granger)Woodlands Cem
Lewis D. 1879-???
Burton 1885-1941 Evergreen cem Salem ny
Daisy 1889-1937 (Rocco Martone) St pauls Cem Mechanicville
Charlotte ??? Dawley
|Constance Shook Schaffer||Earle H. Shook|
Sorry at this time I have not been able to trace Rebecca. I keep hoping to find something.
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