|Luke Davidson (#47338505)|
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|Nanny ||Enos Mustard # 68842319 & Mary SMith Mustard, his wife|
I am the direct descendant of an Enos Mustard (c.1814- ?, who helped settle Madison Co., Indiana. I think there is a good chance that your Enos might be my Enos's father or uncle.
Can you give me the source of your information on your Enos so I can pursue a connection?
Any help much appreciated,
Added by Nanny on Mar 27, 2014 10:46 AM
|J. Lee||Spurlock Cemetery|
Could you please tell me where the Spurlock Cemetery is? Thanks So much
Added by J. Lee on Mar 15, 2014 4:48 PM
|Linda Sue Standish||Silas Standish in Banks-Standish Cemetery|
Dear Luke Davidson: You inquired as to the father of Silas Standish. If you are on Ancestry.com, you can follow the line in my tree, LS Tree Updated February 2014. It will lead you from Silas Standish, born 1839 in Vernon township, Washington Co., IN to his father, William, born 1818 in New York, to his father, Silas, born 1791 in Preston, New London Co., CT, to his father Levi, born 1764 in Norwick, New London Co., CT, to his father Israel, born 1721, Preston, New London, CT, to his father Samuel, born 1680 in Duxbury, Mass., to his father Josiah, born 1633 in Plymoth, to his father Capt. Myles Standish, my 9th great-grandfather. Hopefully this answers your question, but I would be happy to help further if needed. Linda Sue Standish
|Mark Lackey||Thomas Keaton Lackey|
Please contact me about Thomas Keaton Lackey. You have some incorrect information about my ancestor shown on Find-A-Grave. I would like to correspond with you about your information on him and his parents. Will you please e-mail me at: email@example.com
Thank You _ Mark Lackey
|Michael Spurlock||RE: Levi Spurlock|
Hi! I'm going to have to log in more often. Always good to meet kin. :-)
It always seemed a shame to me that I missed being able to meet Levi Spurlock by only two years. But even though I was very young when my grandfather Jim died, I have strong memories of him. And those family stories, like the one about the death of my father's namesake, will stay with me for life.
Those Kentucky Spurlocks and Davidsons are a hardy breed and most live a good long time. That's what comes of being hard-working, upstanding people.
|Brian Presley||RE: Mary Spurlock|
I'm sorry, Luke, I knew one person who is buried in this cemetery and have gotten acquainted with the daughter of another since I logged the cemetery on Findagrave.com. I have found one first cousin twice removed who is buried up the road from here on my Leger side and my great-great grandmother's family, Robinsons, were from Clay County but I have precious little information about that side even at this stage in the proceedings. As to this cemetery, Mr. James Runion's son was in classes with me at Oneida Baptist Institute in 1993. Mr. Runion is the only person buried here, to my knowledge, that I knew personally. I am sorry that I can not be of more help in this matter.
|Ruthann Luke Marshall||Surilda|
Hi Luke, I added Surild's parents and if I can help with anything more just let me know. Thank You.
|Janice Ramsey||Martha Davidson Hudson|
On her tombstone, birth year appears to be 1864.
|Janice Ramsey||Hudson Marcum|
I don't have a memorial # for Henry Marcum
|Lyle & Marsha||Name vs email|
Putting your name gives no method of being able
To track where the information came from
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