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|Dave Francis (#46779220)|
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I've been a genealogist for about 20 years, and I've accumulated over 75,000 people in 5 databases. I live in Santa Cruz, California.|
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|Nancy Mullen Rotonda||RE: Dempsey, Francis Families|
What about Dempsey?
|Nancy Mullen Rotonda||Dempsey, Francis Families|
Are you related to the Dempsey family in New York?
My Grandmother is adopted and our DNA is pointing strongly to the Dempsey family on one side and the Francis family on the other side. Grandma was born in Pittsburgh but her parents were supposedly from New York.
thanks so much for the transfer
|Susan Heider||Amos Hyatt Memorial|
If you are not a relative, would you please transfer the Amos Hyatt memorial to me? He is my 4th Great Grandfather.
Amos Hyatt, Memorial #30472331
My contributor ID #48676067
Thank you. :)
Thank you so much for your help.
|Rich Vance||RE: Daniel Smith Edit|
Evidence of his date of birth is just his headstone photo, which despite its antiquity, pretty clearly shows date of death July 6, 1846; aged 80 years.
There's a PA Veterans Burial Card for him which shows he was a War of 1812 Veteran with 1 month, 11 days service; Pvt. in Capt. McManigle's Co., 132nd Regt. Pa. Inf. from 1/1/1814 to 2/10/1814. There are no birth or death dates on the card.
Admittedly, even if he was born in July 1766, he would have been a bit "long in the tooth" for military service at age 47; but not out of the realm of possibility, especially for the War of 1812 where many men answered the call and volunteered for very short terms of service.
I can post it to Daniel's memorial if you like.
|dkyaz||Stanley Smiths pics|
Thanks so VERY MUCH for the headstone photos !!!
Added by dkyaz on Apr 10, 2017 3:22 PM
|Ancestor Archaeology||RE: Re: Find A Grave Correction: Thomas Houston|
Thanks Dave. Your memorial is a cenotaph. Thomas is actually buried in Green-Wood Cemetery.I checked with them today. Would you mind making note of that? Thanks so much! ~Anne
|Joshua A. Reader||David Bowersock-Memorial 172882351|
Would you please remove the photo you put up of my grandfather's grave marker (and which includes my uncle Pete's marker). Posting it was a thoughtful gesture on your part, but I had already posted one, and it only serves to clutter my memorial to Grandpa David.
I appreciate it!
|Sharon Palmer||John M Stites #50339126|
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