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|Laurie T||Thanks again!!|
I'm not sure if you know anything about this, but the software I'm typing everything into won't let me list Margaretha Gritchen Haber Kisselback as Garrett Kisselback's mother because it says she would have been 12 when he was born. Do you have anymore info on the dates?
Also, on Christina Dederick Kisselback, it says Wife of Garret Kisselback, then 35 years. Do you have any idea if that normally means, married 35 years, or she died at 35 years old? Sorry for all the questions, and thank you so, so much!!
Added by Laurie T on Jul 11, 2016 10:31 AM
|Laurie T||Alexander Kisselbrack|
I couldn't find anything about him when I did a search, except that he was actually killed in a train there where he lived. I thought you might find that interesting. http://news.hrvh.org/veridian/cgi-bin/senylrc/?a=d&d=kingstondaily19031005.2.67&cl=&srpos=0&st=1&e=-------en-20--1-----txt-txIN-------
Added by Laurie T on Jul 11, 2016 6:01 AM
|Laurie T||Long-lost relative|
Hello, Susan. Thank you VERY much for taking all the time to put all this information up. I am so amazed, because I have searching for info for my great-grandpa (William Henry Miller, Jr.) for so, so long, and so has my whole family. My great-great grandma is Susie Kisselbrack Miller, and she is your great-grandma I believe you said in a post, so we must be related somehow! I would love to exchange emails, I have a document for you to add to the family tree, if you'd like it. I wish I could trace back any of the relatives back to what country they came from. I don't know where the Millers or Kisselbracks's came from originally, do you know? I am making a family tree, and was confused by the post you put up (thank you for doing it though) and also wanted to ask you about it. The information you have for Alexander Kisselbrack says he was the son of Jacob and Margaret Kisselbrack, but below that the links to his parents say Garrett Kisselbrack and Christina Dedrick Kisselbrack. Do you know which is correct so I can go from there tracking down where they come from as well? Thank you so much, and I'd love to exchange emails somehow or phone numbers and talk. I am so excited to connect with our New York relatives. I am from Kentucky originally, and live in IN now.
Added by Laurie T on Jul 11, 2016 5:01 AM
|Vergie McChesney Allen||RE: McChesney Family|
Thanks Susan. Will do research from info you sent me. Have a wonderful New Year. Vergie
|Vergie McChesney Allen||RE: McChesney Family|
Susan - Tried, unsuccessfully, the Ancestry web mail you gave me. Not sure what I did wrong. Any other suggestion you might have? Also, what is "World cat, etc" you referenced? Vergie
|Vergie McChesney Allen||McChesney Family|
Looks like I've found MORE relatives (Hugh McChesney, etc.) My maiden name is McChesney and I always thought there can't be too many with that last name....boy was I wrong.
My father (Alfred) was the son of George O., who was the son of George A., so on and so forth.
Feel free to check out my public McChesney Family Tree of Ancestry --- have lots of info as well as photos.
Regards, Vergie McChesney Allen
|Thomas Dunne||Gray's in Park View Cemetery|
Just in case you know who they are and want to create listings for them.
in sect B lot 495 grave 4 there is a Clara Gray.
Then in Sect B lot 302 grave 1 & 2 there is a
Frank & Elvie Wimme Gray
|Thomas Dunne||Frederick Gray|
I found Frederick Gray is in Sect B lot 495 grave 2, I found his obit, and made a listing for him with the obit.
|Thomas Dunne||Anna Dutcher Gray - Parkview Cemetery|
Anna Dutcher Gray is in Section B lot 495 grave 3
Ada Hagadorn Gray is in Section B lot 495 grave 1
I only find a stone for Ada Gray, so I am placing a general photo of the lot on Anna Gray's listing to show where she is buried.
|Dee Anderson||RE: FAG #128849894 John H. McChesney|
John H. McChesney is not part of my family tree, so I have not done any research on him. However, copies of successful SAR (Sons of the American Revolution) applications can be seen for his father, Hugh, on ancestry.com. If a soldier was approved as an SAR ancestor, he is automatically an approved DAR ancestor as well.
Unfortunately, I was unable to copy and send images of the SAR paperwork since ancestry.com now no longer seems to allow images to be downloaded unless they are going to someone's Family Tree Maker files.
If you wish to write to the SAR (National Society Sons of the American Revolution Headquarters, 809 W. Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40202), they can probably provide you with copies of the successful applications for membership.
One such file is that of Albert Edward McChesney, Hugh's descendant. The national file number is 16169, and the state file number is 1869. The application was approved on June 12, 1903.
Hope this helps.
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