I saw that you had an interest in Amos Bristol in Meredith. I'm related to Amos C. Bristol who was born in 1821. I am a descendant of his and his second wife Ann Garrison. I was just curious if you happen to know anything about that particular Bristol line. If not, no worries!
RE: Edward and Abigail Hi Gabrielle, I forgot to mention someone else that might be in Brisack. My mind hasn't been working right for a few days. My Mother broke her hip 2 days ago and that's why I'm not thinking straight. The other person is Edward's mother Mary (Strange) Chase Nov 14 1725-between 1791 and 1819 died in Hamden. I just found Mary's husband Capt George Bedford Chase 1719-1784 on Find a Grave about a week ago in Plummer Cemetery in Massachusetts. The spelling of Chase was changed to Chace in our descendant line by Edward and his brother Walter during the Revolutionary War, but the spelling could be either way on any headstone. Many family members lived there so there might be even more Chace's/Chase's buried in Brisack. Sorry if this has caused you any inconvenience. Sincerely, Ron Kinney
RE: Edward and Abigail Hi, In the 1600s and 1700s Experience was a pretty popular name. Thank God they don't use that name anymore. The poor child would be tortured. Experience White was born in Freetown Mass on August 8 1771. She married Philip Chace in Freetown in 1790. In 1791 they moved to Delhi or Hamden NY. She died June 1830 in Hamden. Sometime after that Philip and his son James move to Sherman NY about 30 miles from where I live. Philip and James, who was my 3rd Great Grandfather are buried about 22 miles from me in Ripley, NY. We have been trying to find Experience and try to find out who her parents were. We are pretty sure who they are, we think Peregrine and Mary (Howland) White, but I have to find some kind of proof. Thanks Again, Ron
Edward and Abigail Hi Gabrielle, Thank you so much for the photos of my 5th Great Grandparents headstones, it is very much appreciated. Did you happen to see a headstone for Experience Chace anywhere in the area. She is my 4th Great Grandmother and Edward and Abigail's daughter-in-law. Born 1771 died 1830, she died in Hamden and I don't know where she is and I have been searching for her for years. Thanks again, Sincerely, Ron Kinney
Re: Frank Aruta memorial. Hi Gabrielle, You're welcome. It means a lot to me remembering our loved ones that we lost. As you know, "New York Historian" deserves all of the credit. He has helped so many of us in so many ways. Thank you for reading my Find A Grave success story. God Bless.