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leslie (#47513444)
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Thank you, Leslie, for finding Bernard and linking him up with his parents. Nice work!

Added by Greg on Feb 27, 2015 1:53 AM
Pattie Ford
RE: Grace Lessman
Your good, you just need to be reminded!!

have a great day!
Added by Pattie Ford on Feb 24, 2015 5:02 PM
Pattie Ford
Grace Lessman
Thank you! You did good! Yes they are her children!.

Added by Pattie Ford on Feb 24, 2015 4:34 PM
John Hilstrom
John W. Doherty
Hi, Leslie. My name is John Hilstrom. Recently searching this site, and finding lots of good info.
John and Margeret had 2 daughters, Margaret (White), and Eileen (Hilstrom). Eileen is my fathers mom.
Wondering if you have any other additional info to trace back or fill in some of the blanks.
Just curious, how are you related to John D ?
Thanks for your help,
Added by John Hilstrom on Feb 21, 2015 8:09 AM
RE: Branigan Family
Thank You!
Added by Barb on Feb 19, 2015 2:45 AM
RE: Rose Kelley
Thank you very much for your efforts. Find A Grave is a wonderful resource for researching family history, and people like you make it happen.
Russ Pacey
Added by RussTex on Feb 13, 2015 3:32 PM
Dawn Tourville-Garrigan
RE: Labell's
It started out in Canada as Label then when they moved to MN it changed to Labell, Labelle and LaBelle. What I have been doing is the older folks (born in early 1800's) I kept as Label and the younger ones I have been keeping as Labell (Or if the Birth Certiicate says differently). Even the Census's are different every year. I know I made a note on my family tree that the name started as Label and throughout the years went to Labell, Labelle, LaBelle. :/ I think (or hope) that when people are researching they know there are all types of variations out there. It can get messy though.
Added by Dawn Tourville-Garrigan on Feb 09, 2015 1:43 PM
Dawn Tourville-Garrigan
RE: Noah Labell
Thank you! When I am researching and I come across the Find a grave I make notes of their number and when I am done with that siblins amily I usually go and ask the person who manages the site to add or make changes. Thank you for already doing that. If I come across any others I will send you a message. Thank you for everything!
Added by Dawn Tourville-Garrigan on Feb 09, 2015 7:01 AM
Dawn Tourville-Garrigan
RE: Noah Labell
lol, Yes Noahs mom had a brother Joachim, he had a daughter that married Noah. I guess that makes them kissing cousins. I have found a lot of that in my family as well as my husbands, I think it is because htey come from a small area and there are not that many people around that are not family. Thank you for making the edits :)
Added by Dawn Tourville-Garrigan on Feb 08, 2015 9:14 PM
RE: Barney and Samuel Mitchell
Certainly! I have carefully researched the family of Elizabeth Mosse who married Samuel G. Mitchell. The following is accurate for Catherine "Rodd" :
Catherine (Kate) Hannen, b. 1829 Ireland
m. 1- abt 1850 unk Jones
m. 2- abt 1857 Samuel Mitchel (1798-1861)
m. 3- 31 Jan 1862 Thomas Murphy (1823-unk)
m. 4- abt 1866 John Rudd (1829-1881)

Catherine had the following children:
1. James Jones (1854-1925) L5EB31
2. Samuel G. Mitchell (1860-1926) L7WB29
3. Barney Mitchell (1862-1928) L3EB62
4. Charles Murphy (1864-1890) L3EB62

All four men are buried in St. Anthony's (locations noted).

Added by ednagenie on Feb 06, 2015 3:40 PM
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