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|Edmund Burke said "People will not look forward to posterity, who never look back to their ancestors." I do believe that is true and have been dabbling in genealogy research on my husband's and my families for about 40 years plus I have a library science background. Between the two and the love of solving puzzles, I love research of any kind. When I found this site I was excited because it is easy to use, has a wealth of information on ancestral burials, plus it's free! I love this site and am on it every day searching or adding information. I will keep working and seeking more information to help our family trees along, plus help others as I can.|
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|Wes Hart||RE: Aaron Hart|
You are more then welcome.
Arron is not part of my Hart family that I know.
He was born in Hunterdon County, New Jersey and might be related to John Hart the Signer. I don't know about that yet but his father is David Hart,
124708530 and his mother is Rebecca Wetheral Hart, 124708595
I found that after I had already sent you a SAC.
Added by Wes Hart on Nov 12, 2014 9:32 AM
|Wes Hart||RE: Casper Everly # 106995216|
Fort Martin power plant was a Super Funds cleanup site due to the pollution. In a way it is sort of fitting. If you have read some of the court records involving the Martins and Charles's son-in-law David Scott, they were not very nice people.
When Bishop Francis Asbury visited Fort Martin, he was not very happy at all with what he found there.
Researching the Martins is a real challenge and I would be happy to exchange information.
Added by Wes Hart on Nov 11, 2014 4:35 PM
|Charlotte Elaine Dildine||RE: Holbrook graves|
Thanks for replying. William Granville Holbrook was ny Great Grandfather, om my maternal side. in his second marriage to Fannie Eaton Roath, they had a son Roy Harry. Roy Harry married Emma Miller they had two children, Howard Robert, and a daughter, Maxine. I cannot find anything about her, I don't know if she married, when she died, or where she was buried. I'll keep looking, someday maybe I'll get lucky. Thanks again, Elaine Dildine
|Charlotte Elaine Dildine||Holbrook graves|
By any chance did you find a grave for his sister, Maxine Holbrook. I've looking for her burial place and date of death. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank You, Elaine Dildine
|Vicki Lindquist||RE: Picketts|
Thank you for your follow-up Lois. Wayne and Matthew Pickett now look good - I am actually related to Wayne. Thank you so much. Sometime when you have a chance, can you add a link on Wayne's memorial (# 65502702) to his wife, Goldia I. Pickett's memorial(# 79451646)?
Thank you for the Frank Prochaska updates. I need to clarify - his check name was Franta not Frantisek? It's my understanding Franta was a nickname for Frantisek. Thank you.
Added by Scott on Oct 03, 2014 10:27 AM
Many thanks for additional information for the memorials in the Maquon Cemetery! cj
Added by cj on Aug 18, 2014 7:23 PM
Greatly appreciate your transfer of Margaret's memorial. Thank you.
Added by Donna K on Aug 17, 2014 4:36 PM
|Oldergraver||RE: Smith family|
Lois Jennings is a long way almost 1 1/2 from me. No guarentees when I will get there again. I would look at the Jenning cemetery and see if there is another contributer closer. I know there are several people in the area. Deb
|Vicki Lindquist||RE: Pickett family|
Everything looks good now. Thank you so much for fixing this.
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