|Deborah Martin-Plugh (#47155468)|
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Researching Family Lines: Weyburn, Ingersoll, Purdy, Van Dorn, Williams, Harvey, Woolley, Curtis, Curry, Tyler, Downing, Titus, Green, Robinson, Martin, Penird, Case, Learn, Bowker and Fuller. |
Local History: central New York and Brooklyn and Buffalo, NY, Dutchess and Ulster Counties in NY; Long Island, NY; Somerset County, NJ; Litchfield County, Connecticut; Plymouth, Leverett, Attleborough and New Bedford, Massachusetts; Luzerne and Monroe Counties, Pennsylvania.
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Please remove, it is a duplicate. Headstone is in Burr Oak Township, but not Burr Oak Township Cem, as you listed, it's in Sanborn. (Find A Grave #75013850)
Before you delete it, please add the death cert to the other Find A Grave listing, with props to "C Stanley" who posted it.
Added by ashtree on Aug 11, 2015 10:39 AM
|palib||Agnes Bauer correction|
Thank for the corrected middle name for Agnes. Hope you are doing well!
Added by palib on Aug 01, 2015 9:06 AM
|William Cuff||RE: Almena E Smith Thresher|
My cousin did a trek with all her siblings a number of years ago and visited Madison County. I will talk to her to see if I can get a copy of her source and get back to you.We are descended from John Snow, the brother of Permelia's (Almena's daughter) husband Ira. I even have a photo of Ira and Permelia. Right now I am trying to track down where Ira and Permelia are buried.
|Robin E.||Samuel Ingersoll 94607430|
I believe that Samuel Ingersoll is my 5th great grandfather, so perhaps that makes us distant cousins! Thank you for providing the wonderful photos, and for taking the time to locate his tombstone. I live on the west coast though most of my ancestors descended from the east coast, making it especially challenging for me to visit in person.
I do have one question regarding his DOB: the DAR records have it listed as 22 Jan 1744, though you have a different date. Is there a reason why your date differs? I saw another publication (Ingersoll family of America) that has it listed as 2 Jun 1744, so I'm sure there is room for interpretation.
Thanks again for your contributions!
Added by Robin E. on Jul 06, 2015 1:07 PM
|Heather Lynch||George Weyburn|
I have taken a picture in White Pigeon Cemetery of George and Mary E. Weyburn . Do you want it on your memorial page for George Weyburn?
|pjt||William Hale 64147661|
The text for his memorial lists him as having served in the 134th NY. His tombstone is engraved "154". He is not listed on the official roaster of the 134th. Please correct the text. Thanks Paul Turner.
Added by pjt on Apr 20, 2015 6:48 PM
The cemetery said no headstone marker is on the grave. They do not put plot markers on graves.
The photo is just of the section.
Added by BeckyT on Apr 09, 2015 7:57 AM
|Clara McIver||Doty Taylor@Throop Community|
Hi, again. When I went back to see if I still had any of your Doty relatives at Community Cemetery Throop (where Adelmor Doty is buried) I found Doty Taylor (Find A Grave Memorial# 39761164). If this is one of yours I'd be happy to transfer.
|Tina Adams||RE: Thanks|
Paul searched the cemetery for you and he sent you an email with the Subject FINDAGRAVE - Mary Rogers.
|Sheila Tyler Houvener||Tyler Genealogy|
I'm wondering if you know anything about a Jared W Tyler who was born in about 1791 in New York? He was married to a Delight Whedon and moved to Livingston Co. Michigan by 1840. In his son's records it states he was from Cayuga Co. N.Y. There is a Jared Tyler on the 1820 Census from there. If you know anything about this Jared I would love to solve this mystery.
Sheila Tyler Houvener
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