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Steve Bissen (#47946724)
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Bio Photo I've been involved in genealogy since 1987 and currently live in Central NY State in the Ithaca area. I'm previously from WI and have many ancestors from there.
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Maggie de Vries
Meddaugh Family
Steve-I am an historical author of 2 novels on Amelia Island, Florida in which the Meddaugh Family are a great part. James Edwin (son of Peter C. Meddaugh lived on Amelia Island in the 1880's, also prior to then St. Augustine, FL and later in Jacksonville, FL. I am trying to locate him and his daughter Pauline after 1890. Pauline owned a Millinery Shop at 123-125 W. Bay Street in 1893, after that I lose her. I was told James died in 1890 but no death or burial record. His wife Francis and youngest daughter Zadie (Sadie)are found in 1891 living in Waukesha, WI where Francis is a school teacher. This is verified through U.S. City Directories 1892. James was born in New York as was his father, Pauline was born on Amelia Island but not buried here nor in Jacksonville that I can find.
Can you help? My next novel is told in Pauline's voice.
Added by Maggie de Vries on Jul 20, 2014 11:31 AM
Amasa Hungerford
yes, if you would like to transfer Amasa Hungerford #115033657 that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks OhioSearcher 47352802
Added by OhioSearcher on Mar 20, 2014 4:13 PM
RE: Amasa A. Hungerford date changes
Hi- yes- I came across this website for Amasa- I was researching the family
Added by OhioSearcher on Mar 11, 2014 3:24 PM
Laura Goodman
Lida Durbon Hall
Thank you for the lovely photos placed on my memorials. I appreciate the effort.

I am sorry but I can not link Lida Durbon Hall to her parents because it is not my as the creator are the only one able to link parents.

Thanks again
Added by Laura Goodman on Nov 21, 2013 2:44 PM
Barbara Hunter-Holmes
Arthur Leonard # 113630199
Hi Steve,

Thanks so much for the photos of Arthur and his wife Yuette (# 113630218.) They are maternal 2nd cousins
3x removed.

My family appreciates the time you've taken to create their memorials.

Thanks so much,

Added by Barbara Hunter-Holmes on Oct 27, 2013 5:21 PM
Roslyn Roisman-Patchi
RE: Frances Vaughn Memorial
Hi there and thanks for adding the links. I don't need to manage the memorial but thanks for asking :)
Added by Roslyn Roisman-Patchi on Sep 15, 2013 10:50 PM
Karen B. Sanchez
memorial 81179454
Thank you. That was FAST!!!
My brother lives on Kauai and was kind enough to go to that cemetery to get a picture for me but could not find the grave. Imagine my surprise and happiness that you did.
Thank you again.
Added by Karen B. Sanchez on Sep 12, 2013 9:51 AM
RE: Tabitha Hamlin Bradley
Thank you Steve.
Tabitha is a great great great great grandmother of mine. I have requested that Mamria Bradley Fessenden be linked to her parents Tabitha and William Bradley. I will be happy to manage Tabitha's memorial.
Added by EAF on Sep 02, 2013 12:18 PM
Edward Rodrigues
Louis Texeira grave stone
Thanks so much for the great photos of Louis grave. Its so nice of you to do this for me cause I don't think I will ever get to go to Kauai. I have learn so much about my family tracing the family tree.
Thanks for all you do for find a grave.
Added by Edward Rodrigues on Aug 25, 2013 8:27 AM
RE: Mary Wheeler Beardsley photos
Please put up the close up of the gravestone for Mary Wheeler Beardsley. I had only one photo of her and I believe that leaves space for one additional photo.
Added by EAF on Aug 07, 2013 1:46 PM
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