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Nancy Painthorse Salisbury (#47899816)
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Bio Photo I was born and raised in the wonderful state of Colorado, and now I live in the great state of Texas. Working on the family geneaology and find it to be very interesting and fun to find all the answers, and reconnect with new family and friends. Nancy Painthorse Salisbury
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Debbie wick
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Nancy, I am so happy to become a member of this site. I was researching Abraham Lincolns family.I went all the way to Edward Thomas Lincoln who was married to Bridget Gilman Lincoln.

I got directed to Bridgets grave and saw a comment from you and Missy Skippen. Geneology is so interesting. I just started in this.

Bridget is you 9th G Grandma.

i just wanted to say hello and tell you of my adventure in searching the Lincolns.
Added by Debbie wick on Aug 17, 2017 2:14 PM
T. Kane
RE: Common Ancestor (Confusion)
Nancy, Better yet just do a google search for "Whipple Family Database". And then inside that data base type in the name Cornelius Salisbury in the search box. It will show that
William was his father and that Jonathan was his son and David was his son and Richard was his son.
Added by T. Kane on Jul 26, 2017 10:57 PM
T. Kane
RE: Common Ancestor (Confusion)
Nancy, The link I gave you will work, you just don't know how to get to work. It will take you to the Whipple family data base which the Salisbury linage is also shown. Is it possible for you to give me your private email address, that seems to be the only way the web site link will "highlite" and you can go right to the web page that you should look at. Trust me you will find it very interesting.
Added by T. Kane on Jul 26, 2017 10:39 PM
T. Kane
RE: Common Ancestor (Confusion)
Nancy, I would like you to go this link:
http://db.whipple.org/descendtext.php?personID=I53888&tree=whipple&generations=

This is what I base my understanding of the Salisbury line, starting with Cornelius's father William b:1622 all the way to Richard b:1760 and beyond. I would like to have you to look it over carefully, then get back to me and let me know what you think. Terry K
Added by T. Kane on Jul 25, 2017 10:43 PM
T. Kane
RE: Common Ancestor (Confusion)
Nancy, This is where I got the Jonathan Salisbury (1692-1738) info. Father of David 1737; Grandfather of Richard 1760-1733.
Go to this webpage: http://whipplephoto.com/Genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I33027&tree=tree1
By the way I apologize for being such a pest, I looked to you, as being the go to person on these Salisbury questions. (I'm beginning to believe none of this stuff is going to be resolved).Everybody seems to have three different ways at looking at evidence.
Added by T. Kane on Jul 20, 2017 11:11 PM
T. Kane
RE: Common Ancestor (Confusion)
Nancy, OK now I know you are descended from Stephen b:1784 branch of the family tree.
What I would like you to do is re-read my previous email more carefully. I was calling your attention to the William b:1622 "Find a Grave", that you administer, to add the children names that I listed previously. This wasn't about the Richard and Prudence children names, you already took care of that. Also because of your William "Find a Grave" I have become aware of the Massachusetts memorial.
Finally there appears to be a discrepancy in our understanding as to the decedents of William 1622, you list it this way: "Richard Salisbury 1760-1833 then David Salisbury and Sarah Atwell, Richard Salisbury 1696-1742 and Ruth Boomer, then William Salisbury 1659-1726 and Anna Cole, then to our William Salisbury 1622-1675 and Susannah Cotton Salisbury". The way I understand it to be is: "Richard 1760 back to David 1737 back to Jonathan 1692 back to Cornelius 1668 back to William 1622. Please comment.
Added by T. Kane on Jul 18, 2017 11:48 PM
T. Kane
Common Ancestor (Confusion)
Nancy, Am I right or wrong to think that you and I have a common ancestor in the persons of Richard and Prudence Salisbury b: 1760? (through Otis and Lawrence). And if that is the case (or not) then you and I have his father David b: 1737 RI and then his father Jonathan b: 1692 MA and then (from what I found out on other web sites) is that Cornelius b:1668 MA was Jonathan's father and his father was William b: 1622 the guy who was killed in the King Phillip War. One of the reasons I bring this up is that on the "Find a Grave" site you have for William is that you list a number five children. On this other site they list seven: Abigail, William, Susannah, Samuel, Cornelius, and Joseph. (go to: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Salisbury-310 ). If you agree with the number of children could you add them on to the William "Find a Grave". One of the other reasons I'm kind of confused about things is that in a previous email you sent me you alluded to the idea that " my 8th Great Grandfather William Salisbury and his son John kicked off the King Phillips War, 1675, I do have them on Find A Grave site", so when you used the words "my 8th Great Grandfather" (as opposed to "our") I wouldn't be included in the linage? (just asking). That is what kind of confuses me. Also (just for the heck of it) could you show me the linage you used to get William? If you will, it would make things a lot clearer to me. Thanks Again, Terry K
Added by T. Kane on Jul 18, 2017 2:55 PM
T. Kane
RE: I Gave the Wrong Death Date
Nancy, As far as "turning him over to me", no thanks. I don't foresee turning up any new info. Therefore, I think we should let things stand just the way they are. Thanks to you I have accomplished what I set out to do and that was to have Lawrence Salisbury's name on Richard and Prudence Salisbury "Find a Grave" site.
Best Regards, Terry K
Added by T. Kane on Jul 15, 2017 7:49 PM
T. Kane
I Gave the Wrong Death Date
Nancy, First of all thank you for adding Lawrence to children list. My fault though that I gave you the wrong death date (year). It wasn't in the 1830's, it was in the 1860's. The proof was this:  "Lawrence moved to Dakota, Waushara, Wisconsin by the 1860 census along with his son, William Wheelock Salisbury". So he was alive during the 1860 US census, probably dying 2 or 3 years later (186?) . So if you could correct this error of mine I would be grateful.
Thank You, Terry K
Added by T. Kane on Jul 14, 2017 11:23 PM
T. Kane
RE: Number of Children of Richard and Prudence Salisbury
Nancy, There was no intention from me to have you post a dedicated "Find a Grave" for Lawrence Salisbury. All I was interested in was to have you add all the children (11 or 12 ) or whatever onto the Richard and Prudence "Find a Grave".
As to my great grandmother: Harriet Amanda Salisbury b:1873 in WI. Daughter of William Wheelock Salisbury: b:May 15, 1818 in NY. His father was Lawrence Salisbury b: 1790 in RI. His father Richard Salisbury b: 1760 in RI. And as far I know his father was David Salisbury b: 1738 in RI. His father Jonathan Salisbury b: 1692 in MA.
Like I said before virtually every thing I know about these people I got off the internet.
Best Regards, Terry K
Added by T. Kane on Jul 12, 2017 10:21 PM
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