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Walt (#47235581)
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I am seeking to identify and locate "all" of my grandmothers and grandfathers that have lived in the colonies or USA. I also try to include my Aunts, Uncles and first cousins for each generation. My direct Cary ancestors first arrived in VA about 1663, they moved to MD in 1668, then on to DE, then through Ohio and now rest in peace in IL.
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Sr. Mary Claver McLaughlin
Hi, Walt. The initials "IHM" behind Sr. Mary's name stand for "Immaculate Heart of Mary", and these same initials are behind the name of every sister of her order. That said, I have included her birth name as you requested, and also transferred her memorial to you since you are related. Thanks for contacting me, and take care.
Added by cstreip on Jul 28, 2016 2:07 PM
Samantha Cochran Brinegar
Thank you for correcting my typo for Samantha. I must have completely skipped seeing that 'n' for a few years now.
Added by LBurt102106 on Mar 22, 2016 9:11 PM
Sandi Davison
RE: 141178896 Thomas Lee Glaeser
OK...just wanted to make sure you had Adrian. That is great that you have lineage clear back to Germany for the Glaeser's. They are very lucky to have someone like you working on their ancestry. Have a great day.
Added by Sandi Davison on Feb 22, 2016 8:50 AM
Sandi Davison
RE: 141178896 Thomas Lee Glaeser
Walt...thanks for your answering me. I Have know all the Glaeser family for many years. I met Tom and Terry in the early 70's and their parents during that time too. It was a year or so later that I met Dick and Suzette. You mentioned turning over the Glaeser's to Terry and Jennie. They have not been married for many years. Both have since remarried and Jennie lost her husband last year. Terry married a lady by the name of Adrian.

Again thanks and I am glad someone is keeping up on their records.

Added by Sandi Davison on Feb 20, 2016 11:46 PM
Sandi Davison
141178896 Thomas Lee Glaeser
Walt....I am requesting transfer of this memorial to me. I have been a family friend of Tom's for over 47 years. If not possible that is ok too and I will delete my listing after I hear back from you. Thank you.

Sandi Davison
Kansas City, MO
Added by Sandi Davison on Feb 16, 2016 8:04 PM
Cary family
Walt, I just noticed on your family surname list that the Cary's are related to you and they seem to be in Illinois. However, a very old cemetery, Greenfield Presbyterian, which we are trying to restore) in LaGrange County, IN. It has an Andrew Cary and family buried in it, late 1830s. Andrew was an organizing elder at Lima Presbyterian Church in the village of Howe, IN, nearby. He left to become a organizing elder at Greenfield Presbyterian in the adjacent township. Miriam C.
Added by 3rdgenDAR on Dec 30, 2015 2:50 PM
Linn family
Hi Walt,
Sorry, but I don't know why I was researching the Linn line. It must have been on another site that tied into a DAR application I was working on for a new member. If you could give me some clue where you saw my post, maybe it would jog my memory. I don't remember anyone in MY family research with the Linn last name.

I will be happy to share info that I collected if I can connect where your info came from.

Miriam Carnahan
DAR Field Genealogist

Added by 3rdgenDAR on Dec 30, 2015 2:45 PM
Angel Peck-Rodriguez
RE: Peck family
Sorry it took so long to respond to this. I haven't been on in a while. I don't remember what email I gave you. Try this email, .
Added by Angel Peck-Rodriguez on Nov 27, 2015 12:31 PM
joni collins
RE: Wilbert Land
Yes, Wilbert Clark Land was Grandmother Pauline's first husband. They had four children, three boys and a daughter. If I can help in any other way I'll be happy to.
Added by joni collins on Aug 12, 2015 12:39 PM
Ok, found a later funeral notice that stated she was buried in Oak Ridge. I think you best call or write Oak Ridge about this as they did not record her burial so it's up in the air which publication is correct.
Added by BjJ on Jul 28, 2015 4:32 PM
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