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DM236 (#46950583)
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The majority of our families live in the Midwest.

It has been exciting to locate our "roots". It is never done, new ones are added constantly to the growing family tree.
Love talking about our extended families!

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Angels A-Far
RE: 118816573
Thank you for the info on Levi Peirce. I have added it to Lorenzo Dow Peirce's memorial.
Added by Angels A-Far on Oct 04, 2017 8:53 AM
Angels A-Far
RE: 112658702
Thank you for bring it to my attention about the typo on Andrew Peirce's marriage date, it has been corrected.
I'm not sure that Andrew had a son named Levi, so that information had not been added to his memorial.
Added by Angels A-Far on Oct 01, 2017 9:45 AM
Cameron Disney
RE: Thomas Frank Haase
He is not related to me I will transfer him to you. I was there headstone hunting and always take photos of the surrounding headstones and upload them to Find-a-grave.

Added by Cameron Disney on Sep 22, 2017 9:46 AM
Jane Marie Morrison
RE: John and Martha Scott
I have a tree on Ancestry. The Scotts are on my husband's line.

This is what came up when I clicked on Martha Patterson.

wife of 5th great-uncle of husband

I have so much stuff on there that it will take me time to figure out which child of theirs he came from.

Not only do I have my family up there, but I have all my husbands (3) and all my aunts, uncles, cousins, and their spouses and off-spring up there. It's a nightmare keeping track of names now. I have too many.

I get lots of people asking me for more info. I have YET to have anyone give me any info. I appreciate you putting John Scott on Find A Grave. The thought never came to me. I requested that some of the children whose memorials I do not manage to link them to their parents - John and Martha.

Best of luck!
Added by Jane Marie Morrison on Sep 21, 2017 1:31 AM
Cameron Disney
Thomas Frank Haase
You sent me an edit request for Thomas. Are you related?

I am not and I took those photos when hunting for my relatives.

Added by Cameron Disney on Aug 14, 2017 11:01 PM
JOHN R. JONES
RE: John C. Jones
HELLO DM236, THANK YOU FOR YOUR MESSAGES, I TOOK MY FIRST LOOK TODAY AND I WILL NEED QUITE A BIT MORE TIME TO DIGEST THEM. I DON'T SPEND MUCH TIME DOING GENEOLOGY WORK ANY MORE AND NEVER EXPECTED TO GET ANSWERES TO THE JOHN C. JONES QUESTIONS. I WILL RESPOND WITH QUESTIONS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

I AM NOW 86 YEARS OLD AND HAVE HAD SERIOUS HEALTH PROBLEMS FOR THE PAST TEN MONTHS WITH CONSIDERABLE MEDICAL TIME REQUIRED. I STILL TRY TO STAY INVOLVED WITH ACTIVITES OF MY FOUR CHILDREN AND NINE GRANDCHILDREN WHEN THEY CAN GIVE ME HELP.

PLEASE DO NOT GIVE UP ON ME.
JOHN JONES, (johnrjones1931@yahoo.com)
Added by JOHN R. JONES on Aug 10, 2017 3:52 PM
Carrie S Stephens
Stephens family line
are you related to the Stephens family. Several contributors are researching the Stephens family
Added by Carrie S Stephens on Apr 15, 2017 9:19 AM
Michelle Bley
Smith Family - Clay Co., IN
Just read a message on your board from 2015 stating, "They all lived in the same area of Posey Twp., Clay County which is near the border of Vigo and Clay counties near Cloverland IN. Another man Marshall Smith lived in the same area... I have only found 2 daughters for him, that is a possibility as well as Gideon Smith."
I've been trying to track down a Marshall Smith that had resided in 1830 Augusta Co., VA then disappears. His neighbor, Daniel Shirley on the 1830 census ended up in Vigo Co., IN. Found the Marshall Smith on the 1850 Posey, Clay Co., IN with wife, Mary, son Joseph and daughter Jane but nothing after this.
Wondering if you have any other clues I may search to see if it's the same Marshall Smith that I'm tracking from Virginia.
Michelle
Added by Michelle Bley on Feb 02, 2017 8:15 AM
Carol STEVENS
James STEVENS
Hello DM, I saw your note on James Stevens and I wonder how you are related or who you are related to. I'm related through Thomas Stevens.
Added by Carol STEVENS on Jan 25, 2017 7:53 AM
Jane Marie Morrison
RE: 40693002
The Sample family is on my husband's line. I am not pursuing this until after the holidays. My husband just had surgery and he will need care for the next 3 months.

I did find this in my notes.

http://www.chartiers.com/beers-project/articles/scott-422.html
(3) John, born in Adams county in 1772, married in Gettysburgh, Penn., about 1796 to Martha Patterson, who was born in Lancaster county, December 10, 1777. Their children were all born in Washington, Penn.: Margaret, born May 10, 1797, married Robert Officer, May 4, 1819, died December 12, 1880, at Council Bluffs, Iowa, where the family had resided a number of years; Jane, born May 12,1799, died unmarried near Washington, Ill., April 19, 1869; Rebecca, born July 9, 1803, died February 24, 1818, of smallpox, at Washington, Penn.; James Patterson, born November 6, 1805 married Margaret Sample, of Washington, Penn., April 23, 1835 (Patterson died August 21, 1866); his wife died April 11, 1884. They are buried in Washington, Ill. Their children were Elias Cornelius, born June 30, 1836; Martha Jane, born September 6, 1838, married David E. Seedom, December 22, 1887 (she died in Hubbell, Neb., April 6, 1890); John Workman, born September 28, 1840, died June 30, 1867; Sarah Olivia, born October 28, 1842; Elizabeth Gertrude, born September 29, 1844, married September 29, 1870, to Marshall W. Woodbury; issue: Cornelius Wellington, born April 1, 1870, died August 30, 1875; Nathan Patterson, born February 28, 1881, lives in Hubbell, Neb.; Mary Roxanna, born February 25, 1846; Rebecca Violet, born May 7, 1849; Hester Ellen, September 17, 1851, married John M. Marton, February 19, 1885, and had a daughter, Lucia Ethel, born April 5, 1887 (live in Ocoya, Ill.), Margaret Lucia, born February 4, 1854; James Patterson Scott emigrated from Washington, Penn., to near Washington, Ill., in 1837, where as a teacher and farmer he spent his life. Dr. John, born April 20, 1808, married June 18, 1833, to Margaret Sloan, of Pittsburgh, Penn., in which city he spent his after life in his chosen profession, dentistry (died October 19, 1888, on train while en route home from Duluth, Minn., where he had been on a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Cash); Hugh, born July 4, 1810; John Randolph, born December 12, 1812, married Asenath Hicks, November 25, 1847; issue: Anna Martha, born January 13, 1849, married George Tobias October 8, 1874, and had a son, born December 29, 1879, died in infancy. Quincy A., born August 10, 1850, married Lucy J. Hatfield, October 26, 1882 (lives in Wayne county, Iowa); Emma Julia, born November 19, 1854. Roenna Elliott, born July 19, 1853, died September 30, 1853; Charles Sumner, born November 7, 1857, murdered (as supposed) in July, 1880; Lincoln R., born June 23, 1860, married Minnie R. Beck, October 24, 1888 (lives in Idalia, Col.); William Goodel, born February 18, 1862, married La Tina Myers, October 7, 1885 (lives in Peoria, Ill.); John Randolph emigrated from Washington, Penn., in spring of 1837, and settled on Government lands which he had entered the previous year, four miles south of Washington, Ill., where he yet resides, a wealthy, intelligent farmer.
Text taken from page 422 of: Beers, J. H. and Co., Commemorative Biographical Record of Washington County, Pennsylvania (Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., 1893).

http://www.chartiers.com/beers-project/articles/scott-422.html
(3) John Scott, Sr., was a general trader on the river to New Orleans and returned across the country with houses and mules. He established the stage lines from Washington to Pittsburgh, to Brownsville to Wheeling, and to Steubenville, Ohio. Had three paralytic strokes at different times, and after the third could not walk; had use of his arms, but no control of his limbs; had to be lifted and fed for twenty years. He died from effects of cholera, October 17, 1834, taken the previous August; his wife , Martha Patterson, died of cholera about August 10, 1834. The father, mother and son, Decatur, are buried on the farm on which they lived, one and one-half miles east of Washington, Penn., now owned by William Davis.
Text taken from page 422 of: Beers, J. H. and Co., Commemorative Biographical Record of Washington County, Pennsylvania (Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., 1893).

My email is jane421@gmail.com

I am putting genealogy on hold until my husband no longer needs constant care.
Added by Jane Marie Morrison on Dec 19, 2016 8:19 PM
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