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Nancy Fayette (#47904739)
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Bio Photo Hi, I have been doing genealogy for many years. My grandmother sparked my interest when I was a young girl and then gave all her work to other people. I remember a lot of it though and by the time I was 30 my interest was strong, so I've been actively working on it for about 44 years. I work on all my lines , so my files are really big.- mostly French Canada and New England. Dad's are French Canadian ( Fayette and Charland) and New England (Sherwin, Cole, Hill, Richardson, Shurtleff, Pike, Wilson etc. and then across the ocean. Mom's take me a little differemt route into New Enland with Emery, Shatswell, Ladd,Heath and other lines and her paternal ( Tamer) lines bring me into Syria/Lebanon where it is very hard to find anyone.


My husband, Adrian L. LaMar, was killed in an accident in 1996 and one year and 11 days later, my youngest daughter and her unborn son died with cancer. took lots of prayers to get through that. So, I began study to become a lay minister through the Diocese of Ogdensburg and was commissioned 2 years later. For 10 years my ministry (in Peru)was caring for people in throes of grief for a deceased family member. In 2007, I moved back to Plattsburgh and resigned my committee. In 2013, I took back my maiden name.

One of my favorite hobbies is walking through cemeteries, sometimes with a camera, sometimes not. Guess I need to remember to grab the shutters a little more often.

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Gilly
RE: Sharland
Nancy, thank you for the info, I tried to find Abraham's wife on Findagrave, has anyone added her grave?, if not could you please add it and send me a message so I can link Isephere to her. Thanks...DC
Added by Gilly on Apr 20, 2015 7:45 PM
Gilly
Isephere Sharland
Hi, Nancy, I connected Isephere with his father Abraham, his 1st wife Louisa Longtin, and 2nd Amelia Kinney are also buried in Marquette, there are also some other Sharlands, I think they must be children, do you know where his sister Marie Louise is buried or wether she ever married?
Added by Gilly on Feb 14, 2015 6:27 AM
Roby
Hettie Emery Lavigne, wife of Aiken Lavigne , Cadyville,NY
Dear Nancy,

I have done further research on Hettie and Aiken Lavigne. Hettie must have died somewhere between 1910-1913 in Plattsburgh or Cadyville,NY Have marriage record for Aiken and his second wife Eva Collins. Says 2nd marriage , both are widowed. They married in Sept 1913. Hence, Hettie died. I believe she is in Cadyville Cemetery with her family and Aiken and his second wife. Aiken died in 1953 and Eva died in 1942.
Would you have any information on this child of William and Jennette Cline Emery?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Roby
Added by Roby on Jan 28, 2015 7:44 AM
Roby
AIKEN LAVIGNE AND HETTIE EMERY, CADDYVILLE,NY
Dear Nancy,

I see you have a great deal of work on your family lines.
I am researching Aiken Lavigne. I have found that his first wife was Hettie Emery. Hettie must have passed abt 1910-1911. Found her in 1910 census in Plattsburgh,NY. However, by 1920, Aiken is remarried to Eva (maiden name do not know yet) and they have children. Their daughter Myrtle born in 1912 in Caddyville,NY (says mother and father on census for her....)Aiken and Eva are with Myrtle until 1940.
Of course , Hettie could be Myrtle's actual mother too. Aiken could have married Eva after the death of Hettie.
I am curious to find out if Aiken , Eva, Hettie are in Caddyville Cemetery or St. James Catholic Cemetery.

I found that Aiken died in 1953. His daughter Myrtle died in 1941 and she is buried in St. James Cemetery, in Caddyville with her husband Oliver Canning. Cemetery records say her maiden name is Cummings so any idea if Aiken and Eva adopted her or not?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Roby on Jan 27, 2015 9:14 PM
Roby
AIKEN LAVIGNE AND HETTIE EMERY, CADDYVILLE,NY
Dear Nancy,

I see you have a great deal of work on your family lines.
I am researching Aiken Lavigne. I have found that his first wife was Hettie Emery. Hettie must have passed abt 1910-1911. Found her in 1910 census in Plattsburgh,NY. However, by 1920, Aiken is remarried to Eva (maiden name do not know yet) and they have children. Their daughter Myrtle born in 1912 in Caddyville,NY (says mother and father on census for her....)Aiken and Eva are with Myrtle until 1940.
Of course , Hettie could be Myrtle's actual mother too. Aiken could have married Eva after the death of Hettie.
I am curious to find out if Aiken , Eva, Hettie are in Caddyville Cemetery or St. James Catholic Cemetery.

I found that Aiken died in 1953. His daughter Myrtle died in 1941 and she is buried in St. James Cemetery, in Caddyville with her husband Oliver Canning. Cemetery records say her maiden name is Cummings so any idea if Aiken and Eva adopted her or not?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Roby on Jan 27, 2015 9:14 PM
j. bradley
Lucy Smith
Hi! In your post of Lucy, you noted Asa as being her husband. What do you know of them? A Hiram Smith "may" be their son! looking for info. Thanks Jim
Added by j. bradley on Aug 16, 2014 9:53 PM
Donna Bellanger Gleason
RE: Jim DeFayette
No problem.
Added by Donna Bellanger Gleason on Jul 07, 2014 1:04 PM
Douglas Robinson
RE: Valentine Goodrich
Nancy,


I appreciate your getting back.

I have to disagree with you assessment, and with simple deductive reasoning her is why:

Anna Robinson was born in 12 Apr 1786 at Bennington. Sally Emery Goodrich was born in 1795.
Both of Valentine's son: Valentine Jr. was born 18 Jan 1811 which would mean that Sally was only 15-16 when she had him. It is plausible, and the records show, Sally received the pension. My reasoning is that Valentine Sr. was born in 1767, which would mean, he was 28 years older than Sally who was born in 1795. Anna Robinson was 19 years younger than Valentine Sr. and would have been 25 when Valentine Jr. was born.

There is something very mysterious about this case... as it would have been absolutely scandalous, in 1810-11, for a 44 year old man/soldier, in Valentine R. Goodrich, to marry or get a 15-16 year old Sally Emery pregnant. Perhaps it was covered up as they did in those days due to shame. There is a lot of questions unanswered.

The Sarah Harwood Robinson Genealogical book of 1837 is fairly accurate and she was born in 1775, meaning she was an adult with children in 1810-11 and would have heard the story in real time. Was there another Valentine Goodrich not in the records? Perhaps a cousin of V R Goodrich?

Where are the records of the marriages? Valentine R. Goodrich Jr. was married to Susan Chase and their first child was born in Swanton in 1836 when V R Goodrich Jr. was 25. Anna Robinson married (2) Hon. Set Wetmore on 11 Jan 1817 in St. Albans which was recorded.

By the way, I have done all the Robinson family of Bennington, which I am a direct descendent, and there is no William Robinson marrying a Swan and there are no Swans in our lines or collateral lines so that must be from a different Robinson family.

A lot of mystery here to be investigated... and to which we may never know.

Thank you. DAR

Added by Douglas Robinson on Jul 02, 2014 1:03 PM
Donna Bellanger Gleason
RE: Jim DeFayette
Thank you Nancy for transferring Jim's memorial. I've got it figured out, but thanks for your offer to help. I'll have to see if that Aseltine name is in my tree!

Thanks again!
Donna
Added by Donna Bellanger Gleason on Jul 02, 2014 6:04 AM
Douglas Robinson
RE: Valentine Goodrich
Hi Nancy,

You recently wrote me on Findagrave about a Sally Ayer who married Valentine Goodrich. I am not familiar with this.

My Robinson family genealogical record was completed and published in 1837 by, Sarah Harwood Robinson (1775-1854), who was from Bennington, VT which the family founded in 1761.

On page 13 of the book you will find that Anna Robinson was indeed married to Valentine Goodrich and then she married the Hon. Seth Wetmore of St. Alban's VT.

http://books.google.com/books?id=EVcBAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA82&lpg=PA82&dq=Sarah+Harwood+Robinson+Bennington&source=bl&ots=l9LVZlXxBd&sig=lyPsIOY62fvRP0prcnrHBDwkrTc&hl=en&sa=X&ei=k9iTU-GrJIWBOPGjgYAO&ved=0CB8Q6AEwADgU#v=onepage&q=Sarah%20Harwood%20Robinson%20Bennington&f=false

On Page 320 of the published book of 1861, the "Wetmore family in America," it corroborates with the Robinson genealogical book, see link below.

"Mrs. Annie Goodrich Wetmore was much loved and respected by those who knew her, and by none more than her step-children. She proved to them a mother indeed. She died in Ohio about 1855."

http://books.google.com/books?id=ZPIUAAAAYAAJ&q=Goodrich#v=snippet&q=Goodrich&f=false


If you have any published material or anything on Sally Ayer to support the story, I would be very interested.

Thank you.

Added by Douglas Robinson on Jun 09, 2014 6:15 PM
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