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Deborah Martin-Plugh (#47155468)
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Bio Photo Researching Family Lines: Weyburn, Ingersoll, Purdy, Van Dorn, Williams, Smith, Davenport, Harvey, Woolley, Curtis, Curry, Tyler, Downing, Jenney, James, Hoag, Titus, Green, Robinson, Martin, Penird, Case, Learn, Power(s), Maul, Trombauer, Bowker, Hobbs and Fuller, etc.
Local History: central New York and Brooklyn and Buffalo, NY, Dutchess and Ulster Counties in NY; Long Island, NY; Somerset County, NJ; New Haven and Litchfield County, Connecticut; Plymouth, Leverett, Attleborough and New Bedford, Massachusetts; Luzerne and Monroe Counties, Pennsylvania.
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Ian Morris
Re: Roxey Warner
Hi Deborah.
We were at Victoria Lawn Cemetery today trying to find the marker for Roxey, but unfortunately couldn't find it. I've contact the cemetery to ask if they could provide more details on this and other requests for Victoria Lawn. We live in St. Catharines so it's convenient for us to get pictures if we get more detailed information. Most of the markers in the 1800's to early 1900's are weathered to the point that you can't read any inscriptions.
We have taken a couple of pictures of the general area in the cemetery but I hope we can get a more specific location and then get better pictures.
I'll keep you posted how we make out.
Ian
Added by Ian Morris on Mar 03, 2017 6:52 PM
Karen Dickson
RE: re: Nancy M. Williams
No I didn't. Can't find what I sent, but am sorry you found it rude. I am working hard on getting all my Harvey family done.
Have Harvey relatives that are dying out on me, so feel I have to get this done and out to them soon...before anymore die on me or I die on them:)

Karen
Added by Karen Dickson on Feb 27, 2016 10:33 AM
Karen Dickson
re: Nancy M. Williams
Why did you leave her d.d. unknown when on her g.s. it clearly states she died, 1905?
She must have died just after the 1905 census, which shows her on the Town of Covert census with her husband and her brother, John.
Added by Karen Dickson on Feb 26, 2016 8:29 AM
Karen Dickson
re: Nancy M. Williams
Why did you leave her d.d. unknown when on her g.s. it clearly states she died, 1905?
She must have died just after the 1905 census, which shows her on the Town of Covert census with her husband and her brother, John.
Added by Karen Dickson on Feb 26, 2016 8:28 AM
Vickie
RE: Christian Meyer
Thanks, I haven't looked yet, but love Christian's story! My husband will be the last of his line. He's has a degree to teach woodworking, but has been a OTR truck driver till this year, when he had to retire. Keep in touch!
Added by Vickie on Dec 20, 2015 6:58 AM
ANEWLEAF
Robinson
We share the Robinsons. My Robinsons made it all the way to Hatteras, NC and ended with my grandmother Emeline Robinson Austin. Her father was Marvin Monroe Robinson, Jr. his father was Marvin Monroe Robinson, Sr. his father was Harvey Robinson his father was Clifford Robinson his father was Reuben Robinson his father was Thomas Robinson his father was Peter Robinson

Thanks for posting all your informaton
Leigh
Added by ANEWLEAF on Dec 05, 2015 2:11 PM
Bill Bloom
RE: Simmonds in Chester Rural
Hi Deb. Thank you. But I still have 3 edits waiting for your approval to process. Can you please approve those? . If you are not familiar with updating using this feature, they can be found on the “Edits” tab on your personal Contributor Tools page to the left of the “Contributor Tools” tab. Just approve them and they will process. Thanks!
Added by Bill Bloom on Nov 30, 2015 6:01 PM
Bill Bloom
Simmonds in Chester Rural
Hi Deb. I added any birth and death dates and any spousal family links that were in the cemetery listings to all of the Simmonds in Chester Rural. I also submitted edits for those that you own, if you could please approve them for processing. Thank you and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Added by Bill Bloom on Nov 25, 2015 8:06 AM
Bill Bloom
Simmonds in Chester Rural
Hi Deb. I added any birth and death dates and any spousal family links that were in the cemetery listings to all of the Simmonds in Chester Rural. I also submitted edits for those that you own, if you could please approve them for processing. Thank you and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Added by Bill Bloom on Nov 25, 2015 8:06 AM
Bill Bloom
RE: Thank you so much
You're welcome, Deb. Glad to help. It appears she may have died from a complication of the birth of the infant who died a month before. I haven't been able to find a death certificate for her, though.
I've also added the locations of all other "Simmonds" in Chester Rural, which may be helpful to you. I only have the locations right now, but will get the dates soon and add them.
By the way, I've submitted edits to your memorial for Nellie using the “Edit” tab on the memorial. If you are not familiar with updating using this feature, they can be found on the “Edits” tab on your personal Contributor Tools page to the left of the “Contributor Tools” tab. Just approve them and they will process. Please let me know if there is anything else I can help with. Take good care, Bill.
Added by Bill Bloom on Nov 22, 2015 1:47 PM
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