RE: Pvt Charles Felix Pratt - 25224655 Thank you for such a nice reply. It is always nice to meet new relatives! Perhaps we should take this from this site to e-mail. I think I provided mine earlier. Will put it here, just in case.
My hope is that there is information to find out more about Charles Felix Pratt's grandfather William Pratt who came to the USA in 1776. (as noted in the article in the bio.) Any ideas/direction on where that might be found?
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Is there a memorial # on Find A Grave for Vera Watts Webster?
Pvt Charles Felix Pratt - 25224655 Goodmoring, I am wondering if we could speak about Charles Felix Pratt? It is my hope you are related to him as I am looking for his Grandfather.... Do you happen to know anything of him?
Charles Felix is my G-G Grandfather (Sylvester Valentine Pratt)
RE: Johan Doerr I am sorry, but an Ancestry tree is not an acceptable source, unless the tree owner documented their records citing specific PRIMARY sources. What source did the tree-owner give for the birthplace?
I just perused a handful of those trees and so far have found three completely different alleged places of birth for him and three different sets of alleged parents. One tree had him hopping back and forth from Germany to PA and having children simultaneously on both continents. Another tree had him being born to a mother who was three years old, and one had him immigrating to America 100 years after he died.
RE: Phebe Miles Good Morning, I think it should be left open until a record turns up... new records are being added all the time on Ancestry... she may turn up in a Google search in a book. The problem for me if we "add" a date is that FindaGrave is a "source" and we would be putting a date out there that may not be accurate and then people pick it up as fact. Blessings, L