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Cathy Vallevieni (#47027330)
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Bio Photo I have been researching my family and my husband's family for 30 years after a trip to Italy where we found my husband's Italian family. I am signed up to take photos in Orange County, California.
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NicoleLynn73
Colonel Matthew Dill
Hello,
I am linking my family and found your memorial for Matthew Dill- I have sent edits and added photos. There is another memorial for him #100592832. It was made 6 years after yours so I sent an email to Find A Grave so hopefully they fix it and delete the newer memorial. Would be great if you could link the edits so when the other page is gone yours will be updated and already in place. Thanks VERY much :-) Nicole
Added by NicoleLynn73 on Jul 31, 2017 2:32 PM
Edward Garvey
Thank You
Dear Cathy,
Mary Masterson McDermott, who died in JerseyCity in
1919, was the mother of my Grandmother, Anna McDermott Trimpin,
who was the older sister of your husband's Great Grandmother,
Katie . Ruthie, Katie's daughter , was my mother's first cousin..

I sort of "dabble" around in Ancestry.com, and finding the information
you provided about Mary, was a real find. Thank you.

Katie would travel back East from California by bus and we would visit
with her. As the kids say, " she was something else"!

My name is Ed Garvey, married to my wife, Anne of 53 yrs. We live on Staten Island, NY. We have 8 grandkids, 3 in Carlsbad CA.

We would be most happy to fill in some of the blanks in your
genealogical efforts.

Garveystat@aol.com

Best regards to your husband and my distant cousin.

Added by Edward Garvey on Jul 30, 2017 5:30 PM
Samantha Varela-Nunes
McHenry
I am trying to find information on Charles McHenry (find a grave #114920955) in the White Cemetery in Warren County NJ. I believe he maybe related to Catherine Sherrerd Piatt McHenry (find a grave #28742938) who you state is your 4th great grandmother. All I know is that he fought in the American Revolution, had a very elaborate gravestone, and was buried in the Davison family burial plot (AKA White or Roxburg cemetery). This is located a few hundred yards from the William White historical home. Do you have additional information about this person?
Added by Samantha Varela-Nunes on Apr 29, 2017 3:20 PM
Bryan Winter
RE: Transfer Robert Bowman Moffett Memorial To Me?
You failed to explain how Robert is related to you.

Bryan
Added by Bryan Winter on Sep 25, 2016 2:20 AM
Steve
RE: Nancy Ann Dorsey Grover
Are you on facebook..? How much Grover history have you got by now and did you ever find out what happened to Nancy Ann Dorsey Grover's husband- Benjamin..? My dad's name was Benjamin Dayton (the Dayton- named after his uncle- Date Grover) and my dad's granddad's name was Benjamin Anderson (named after his great great grandfather Benjamin Anderson) Grover and Benjamin Anderson Grover's grandfather's name was Benjamin Grover- married to Nancy Ann Dorsey, and I haven't looked it up recently but wasn't this Benjamin's grandfather (the father of Mary Anderson) Benjamin Anderson.. I think that is the right generation.. Thanks.. Would be great to compare notes and keep up the good work on the "cemetery keeping".
Added by Steve on Aug 08, 2016 1:45 PM
ellechelle
William Pitt Waugh's Father
I just found a link on findagrave that William Waugh is the father of William Pitt Waugh and he's buried in the same cemetery as Susannah Moffett. Could this William Waugh be the brother of Susannah's husband?

Below is the info of William Waugh

Burial:
Lower Marsh Creek Presbyterian Cemetery
Gettysburg
Adams County
Pennsylvania, USA
Plot: Section D-4, Grave # 434

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Created by: William Davies
Record added: Jan 29, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47301073
Added by ellechelle on Mar 17, 2016 3:03 PM
ellechelle
Willliam Pitt Waugh
Hey!

Hope all is well. I have a question, are you familiar where William Pitt Waugh fits in with Susannah Moffatt & her husband Mr. Waugh? Could he be the brother of Mr. Waugh? I've seen Susannah Moffatt's husband's name of John or William, therefore I'm not 100% which info about his first name is correct.
Added by ellechelle on Mar 17, 2016 2:35 PM
Steve
Nancy Ann Dorsey Grover
Hi I'm Steve Grover. I think we have chatted before. Is it you that is the 3rd great granddaughter of Nancy Ann "Dorsey" Grover.?
Added by Steve on Dec 28, 2015 4:12 PM
ellechelle
RE: Waugh's
I'm not sure which email you have but an old one of mine is still active. However, I now use ellechelle0630@yahoo.com

I do have some things on james waugh's ancestral line. However, it's not organized and I find it to be quite frustrating only because of use of the same names that is used generation after generation. so i have to sort that stuff out. a lot of people seem to believe that james waugh's father fought in the revolutionary war. i believe this particular waugh family descends from from rev john waugh, but i have not yet confirmed that. below i will include a link about rev john waugh.

http://ericjames.org/wordpress/2014/12/08/aquia-church-the-james-familys-first-house-of-worship-in-america/
Added by ellechelle on Sep 17, 2015 5:51 PM
ellechelle
Waugh's
Hi Cathy,

It's been a very long time since we last talked. I just wanted to touch base with you and see how your research on the Waugh's were coming along. I think the last time we talked I pointed you in the right direction of the whereabouts of James Waugh after he left Adams County, PA. The answer was North Carolina. The research has been fine on my part. Months ago I went to North Carolina to do research on James Waugh, his family and slaves and couldn't exactly get much done because the people I stayed with came along to the archives and didn't realized how much work research is. Therefore I wasn't able to get much done. I do plan to get back down there soon. Although James Waugh was not a Moravian, he had ties to the Moravian community. The Moravians are a bit of a blessing because they documented close to everything regarding the community, including those that weren't of the Moravian background. Below I will include a link of one of the places I visited. I actually seen the of James Waugh, his daughter Mary Maria, and a few of his slaves up close and personal. I sat down with some of the researches that were quite excited to learn whom I descend from (which is one of James's slaves and possibly him). It was a very exciting experience. I have also been working on trying to find the connection to the other Waugh's in North Carolina, like William Pitt, and I finally figured it out! However, it's something I need to go back over to make sure its 100% correct.

I also found some pictures of some Moffetts that may be a use to you. Please let me know if you are interested in the pictures.

http://www.oldsalem.org

Hope to hear from you soon!

Michelle
Added by ellechelle on Sep 17, 2015 2:40 PM
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