|David McIntire (#47774049)|
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|Vanessa Curry||RE: word of thanks|
You are very welcome!
|Peace4me||RE: Hurley photo|
You are very welcome!! Carla :):)
Added by Peace4me on Jun 09, 2015 4:30 PM
|Myra IV 💕||RE: grave info|
Absolutely... I have a copy of her obituary, do you descend from her also? If so, we 're cousins. She is my 4th GG. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy of her obituary.
I descend from her son, John Dallas Higgins. I have been successful in finding his burial location as well as his daughter's, in spite of them both being unmarked, except for a little white peg in the ground with a number on it. I get excited talking about my Higgins line. Can't wait to find out which line you are from.
|cynthia mullens||RE: connor photo|
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|Marsha Stevens||Patents of Mae Elizabeth Booth|
Dear David, I am researching the family of the Weavers and Mae Elizabeth Booth married Merritt Burdett Weaver in 1960. I don't have her married to your line. I see on the free website familysearch.org that she has two children by the last name of Hooker which didn't live a year. Can you please inform me of this other marriage.
Thank You, Marsha Stevens
|htaylor4||RE: David Taylor|
I'm glad to have been helpful. I wonder if you could tell me how you determined that this David was the son of Timothy and Letitia. It's very interesting that, unlike his brothers and sisters, he vanishes after his birth from Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy.
Are you familiar with Yardley Taylor's "Geneological Tree of the Taylor Family," published in 1851, complete with that misspelling? Timothy is the upper trunk, with only Benjamin Taylor and Hannah Towne at the base. David branches off, with blank spaces for two nameless wives and the following children: Timothy, Nancy, Mary, Bernard, Kirkbride, Catharine, John, and Letitia. How does that compare with David's will?
Added by htaylor4 on Mar 16, 2015 9:49 AM
An additional fact or two: David was one of six sons of Timothy Taylor and Letitia Kirkbride who moved from Bucks County PA to Loudoun County VA in the late 1700s to take up land that had been left to them by their grandfather Mahlon Kirkbride (Bucks County, PA Will Book 3, 431). Four of them stayed there. David sold out in 1801 and left the Commonwealth of Virginia (Loudoun County Deed Book 2B, pp. 147-150, 11/5/1801). His wife's name is given in that document as Catharine.
A minute from Falls Monthly Meeting, PA, 5/11/1783, notes that a David Taylor was disowned for marrying contrary to Friends' discipline. It is remotely possible that this is the same David Taylor, young as he would have had to be. This would explain why Hinshaw, the standard Quaker genealogical encyclopedia, does not give further information about him--marriage, removal to another Meeting, death, burial.
This is as correct as my present state of knowledge will permit.
Added by htaylor4 on Mar 14, 2015 12:20 PM
|Ralph H. and Hilda Sayre, Upshur-WV-USA||email address|
I see it. Will scan and send. Hilda
|Ralph H. and Hilda Sayre, Upshur-WV-USA||RE: Lee memorials|
I have correspondence of 1952 relating to his family. I am not a descendant, but some of my close relatives (great nephews) are, and there is other relatives as well. Can I e-mail you a scan of the papers? If so send me your e-mail address. hilda
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