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|hjnytoni||Mary "Polly" Rogers Davis|
Are you sure that this Mary Rogers is the daughter of Benjamin Rogers and Elizabeth Fowler? There is a Mary Rogers, d 1860, a 71, buried at Trinity Cemetery, where Benjamin and Elizabeth are buried. Frank Doherty, in the Settlers of the Beekman patent, Vol X p 958, says that this Mary is their daughter. Another unmarried daughter, Elizabeth, is also buried with them. The 1850 census of Fishkill has Mary Rogers, age 71,living in Fishkill with the family of Robert Van Kleek. She seems more likely than a Mary , born in Westchester, when Benjamin and Elizabeth were here in Fishkill.
Added by hjnytoni on Jul 19, 2016 12:16 PM
|SKCVT||RE: The Surine-Sirrine family|
Much easier! Thanks again. A lot of excellent material there for me to digest.
Added by SKCVT on Jul 18, 2016 3:18 PM
|SKCVT||RE: The genealogy book of the Sirrine (Syron) family name|
Ooh - thank you again! That looks *extremely* interesting. Will check with my local library to see if they can access it through the OCLC number or find the closest Family History Center and view it there.
Added by SKCVT on Jul 18, 2016 8:24 AM
|SKCVT||RE: William and Phcebe (Sirrine) Conklin|
Thank you for the article you provided. There were definitely some bits of information in it that I did not have. It seems as if I'm going to be stuck at Isaac Sirrine, but maybe I'll have some luck with Conklin. Of course, there are so many of those I may never be able to untangle them! I appreciate your help!
Added by SKCVT on Jul 17, 2016 8:27 PM
|SKCVT||Sirrine in Dutchess County|
I am researching ancestors of Phebe Sirrine (12 Aug 1790 – 23 Feb 1876) who married William Conklin (18 Sep 1789 – 24 Feb 1863). I believe Phebe’s father to be Isaac Sirrine (8 Dec 1748- 8 May 1812), not sure about her mother. Phebe may have had siblings Isaac, Peter and Sarah. All these lived in Dutchess and later Putnam County, NY. Ancestry “leaf” shows Isaac’s father to be Alfred Sirrine d 5 Jul 1741, but can’t find any info to back that up. Would greatly appreciate any help you can provide.
Added by SKCVT on Jul 15, 2016 9:37 AM
|Bonnie Peltier||Confusing Info|
The way this is written is very confusing. It starts with Leonard Yeomans who is not even buried in this cemetery. Leonard is buried in Kelley Cemetery - Find A Grave memorial #68341790. It starts describing Johnston the father however the dates are for Johnston the son. Also either Ancestry.com is very mixed up or this account is very mixed up because names and dates don't match up.
|Linda Burton Kochanov||RE: thanks much|
beautiful day to walk a cemetery!!!!
|Sarah Bach||J Arthur Wessells|
Thanks so much for sending the info on his death date. It is much appreciated!
|A. Nelson||Estelle Cole|
Thanks for the obit--I have posted it on the memorial and would appreciate it if you would remove it from the "flowers" section of the memorial. I have given you credit for the contribution.. What state or country is Kent in?
|SusanJane||RE: do we know who Eddie's Dad is?|
Yes, I have seen this information before. It was published in a book entitled "Our County and Its People - Vol. 2" - Truman C. White, editor. Edward H. Rogers Jr. and W.J. Rogers were half-brothers to my grandfather, Emerson Rogers.
I'm just not sure how accurate the information is regarding Edward Rogers Sr., my great-grandfather. Was he originally from Syracuse and was he born in 1835? - as opposed to the other info (he was from Dutchess County and was born 1836) from his obituary and burial info on file at Tonawanda City Hall. And you should see all the different dates of birth for him listed in the various years of the U.S. Census. So much conflicting info!
Since we can't seem to find a Dutchess County connection, I guess I do need to start researching a possible connection to Syracuse. Thank you for your interest and your help in this matter.
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