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|I am a Title Searcher, which ties together my love of history and research. Title searching a piece of property is similar to researching a family’s history. |
I have been working, periodically, on mine and my husband's family histories since the 1970's. My love of family stories started in childhood, when my parents would talk about growing up and their relatives at the dinner table. Two of my most prized possessions are a tape recording of my Dad recounting his time on the USS Otis (sub tender) during WW II and my husband’s Grandmother recounting her life and family.
I am currently adding obituaries from the Danbury News Times, and from the family history I am compiling. When I visit my parents graves in Wyckoff, NJ, I will continue the work already started there.
Although, I try to be accurate, if any errors are found or you would like something added, please do not hesitate to contact me. I would also consider taking pictures of local headstones, or buildings for those doing research from a distance.
If anyone has information on the following families, please do not hesitate to contact me. JACKSON, SCHIFFTNER, FUNDER, MASON, HAYES, CONCANNON, HOLLAND, HAVENS, KINNEY, HAYWOOD, GRANERT, VOORHIS, PULIS, KRUFFUS, CHRISTENSDR, THYGESEN, HUNT, CHALMERS, BAILEY, HASLAM, CARLSON, LUHAGENBERRY, HUNT.
These families came from England, Ireland, Germany, Denmark, Holland and Sweden. They mostly settled in the New York and Boston areas, before moving on to other locations in the USA. I need information on both sides of the Atlantic on them.
I would be interested in hearing from anyone who has been helped by the information I have entered.
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|Deborah Pickett Mills||Anthony and Matilda Mills|
I just want to thank you for provided the research for the two persons above. I am a Mills by marriage, and appreciated being able to see the censuses which included Matilda's census from Ireland.
I added a picture of the two of them.
They are my husband's grandparents, although they died so young, both were dead by the time his father was only 8.
|Brian Scott DONOVAN||James CONCANNON, Find A Grave Memorial# 82780973|
Concannon, James, Feb. 20, 1894, husband of Mary, nee Green, brother of Maggie and Kate, aged 33 yrs., native of Co. Roscommon. Funeral from resid., 3000 Archer ave. to St. Bridget's Church thence to Mt. Olivet (1) The Chicago Daily News, 1878-1902, funeral notices in Tom Cook, Chicago’s Irish Families 1833-1910.
This looks like it may be Johnnie CONCANNON's father, James' death notice. It does mention Mary's maiden name, GREEN.
I will mention that there is no Mary CONCANNON listed in Tom Cook's index. That doesn't mean that there isn't a death notice for Mary in the Chicago Daily News, only that her death notice probably didn't mention where she was born in Ireland. That was the primary flag for selection in Tom's index.
Again good luck with your research,
|Brian Scott DONOVAN||John CONCANNON, Find A Grave Memorial# 82785752|
Concannon, Johnnie, aged 2 yrs., 9 mos., 6 days, son of James and Maria, natives of Co. Roscommon. Funeral from resid., 2899 Archer ave to Mt. Olivet June 10, 1889. ( 1 ) The Chicago Daily News, 1878-1902, funeral notices in Tom Cook, Chicago’s Irish Families 1833-1910.
I hope knowing where Johnnie's parents are from, Co. Roscommon, will assist you in bridging the Atlantic.
Best of luck with your research,
|Lar||Samuel Burr 7998075|
Hi! I was wondering how you were able to connect Samuel Burr as father to Walter Burr? Walter's parents were Samuel Burr and Eleanor (Elenor) Sherwood. I have 1834 in my file, but I didn't put a source (dumb move on my part!). There are so many Burrs, this is my direct line, and I'd like to be sure I document it carefully. Thank you so very much!
Added by Lar on Jul 19, 2017 5:46 PM
|Jocelynn Gillette||memorial 9678956|
I apologize for error with a recent edit request. Lydia's parents are Wilson and Elizabeth Archer. I haven't yet located them on findagrave. I don't understand how I got confused and matched her with her mother-in-laws parents. But I obviously got crossed up. I try to be so careful.
Please remove the links to those to individuals, David D. Ackerman and Rachael Tallman, they are not her parents. Thank you for your patience.
|lulu||Find A Grave Memorial# 7997550|
Would u please consider a transfer to this memorial to me>?? I will owe u one!! thanks for the consideration, lulu 47183637
Added by lulu on Jul 06, 2017 2:56 PM
|Bronx Cop||Johanna C. Connelly (8676905)|
I added photos to this memorial. - Kevin
|Lily-of-the-Valley||Memorial # 8018636|
I would greatly appreciate it if you would be so kind as to add a little additional information regarding Arthur Platt's service in the 48th New York Infantry during the civil war.
Enlisted and mustered into service September 14th, 1864, at Tarrytown. As "substitute" was forwarded October 2nd, 1864, from Hart Island (Bronx), joined for duty October 16th, 1864, wounded at Battle of Wilmington (NC), February 13th, 1865, at U.S. General Hospital, at Wilmington, unknown duration. Mustered out of service, September 1st, 1865, at Raleigh, NC.
In regard to the birth date I previously sent in an edit, that was based on a back calculation from the date of death, based on his age given as 34 years, 6 months, and 19 days... please feel free to do your own math, should you so choose.
Thank you for your effort in maintaining Uncle Arthur's memorial.
|Cindy Massi||Maureen Sheehy and Hollands|
I sent you an email but it returned as email couldn't be found. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Rachel McGrath||Gilbert Barrett 8523663|
Gilbert also had a son named Jesse Barrett 16050107.
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