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|Linda Lee||RE: Storm A Bradt|
Sorry so late in responding. i see you went ahead and made the change. I have re-looked at this. I think i was using bernehistory.org as my source for the 1810 date but they got it from Ancestry,com. which is not always an accurate source.
So I went looking and found this book from 1887 which has Storm A. Bradt as b. 1756 and d. 1848. That makes him 92. His wife lived to be 91. Anyway I think you should change it back to 1848.
here is the source. I will try to provide sources with changes in the future. Thanks. Linda
"Bradt, Warren Lansing, Albany; son of Samuel Cary Bradt (m. Martha Wood); son of David, b. 1789, d. 1854 (m. Martha Reamer); son of Storm Albert, b. 1756, d. 1848 (m. Catharine Winne); son of Albert Storm, d. 1799 (m. Magdalena Lang), a lineal descendant of Albert Andriese Bradt, “de Noorman” who came from Holland to America in 1630, but the lineage is not yet traced."
American Ancestry: giving name and descent, in the male line, of Americans whose ancestors settled in the United States previous to the Declaration of Independence, A. D. 1776
Volume 1: The city of Albany, state of New York, 1887, edited by Thomas Patrick Hughes, Frank Munsell, 1887, page 9
I found this on https://archive.org/details/americanancestry01hugh#
|Louis Roth||RE: 25181358|
thats all I can say
I wish I was able to find that kind of stuff ...
thank you so much
|Janet Reasoner||RE: Lashers in Evergreen|
Thank you for also adding photos of the Hamiltons in plot A5.
I have added the Conkeys, who are Anna's parents, to Find A Grave, along with a note about the missing stones.
As for the Clarks, I really don't know how they relate to the Lashers.
Many many thanks, Jan Reasoner
wondering if I can use the photo you have done for Margaret on her memorial linked to husband?
Done and done. Sorry for the inconvenience. Jeannine
Added by Jeannine on Jul 28, 2015 2:47 PM
|Janna Richards||RE: Lucy Jane Martin in Evergreen Cemetery, Salem, NY|
Thank you so much!
|Jeannine||Elijah Cheadle, #51702556|
Dear Mary Ann:
Back in Sep 2014 I emailed you with a permission request to copy the gravestone photo on the above memorial site and any others which might pertain to our line; however, I find no response from you. I have recently found out that, due to possible copyright infringement difficulties, I MUST have WRITTEN PERMISSION from a photographer in order to legally copy the photo. I would appreciate hearing from you ASAP as I have already copied the photo into my treatise and, should I not hear from you, will be obliged to “backtrack” and remove it. Thank you in advance for your prompt reply.
Jeannine G. Verhoeks
Sun City West, AZ
Added by Jeannine on Jul 27, 2015 4:58 PM
Thanks, Mary Anne, for the photos of the Spragues' burial sites. Great work!
Added by frankm on Jul 24, 2015 5:47 PM
What a wonderful database! I was not aware of it. Thanks to its information I was able to add plots to the Lashers and found William James Lasher & Anna E Conkey's last two children.
It says William James is in plot C185, along with his wife Anna E and son Leroy. Anna M is supposed to be in plot C187. Also Elizabeth L Lasher is in plot A5 with her sister Mae Lasher Hamilton and her husband William J Hamilton. I would appreciate pictures of their graves also if you can find them.
I also moved Walter James to Holy Cross Cemetery to be interred with his parents, as he is mentioned on both lists.
Thanks again. I have been working on adding the Lasher family to Find A Grave for the last few years and every piece of the puzzle is appreciated.
|Janet Reasoner||RE: Carey|
Yes Anna M is for Anna Mabel Lasher and she went by Mabel. Could you please add the picture and also the picture of Leroy Lasher? Also William James Lasher went by James in the census records.
I am currently working on the family and sending links to various holders of the memorials. It is confusing because it looks like Edwin Carey and Henry C Cary were brothers and sons of Clark & Ruth Carey.
Also where you show a turned over stone in the picture of Lawrence Carey, I believe the turned over stone is for his sister Lizzie Carey.
All of this has been extremely helpful and I want to thank you again, Jan Reasoner
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