"No I hadn't, Judy. Thank you for the reference. I'll look into the article in Gateway Heritage. I do have a book about Peter by Alvin Josephy which includes several portraits of family members and one of himself. It…"
"Have you seen the wonderful portrait of Peter Rindisbacher painted by George Markham in 1830? It appears in an article, "Peter Rindisbacher (1806-1834): First Artist of the North American Frontier" by Karen McCoskey Goering in the…"
"My e-mail, if you wish to use it is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The contract and individual descriptions in Nicholas Junod's page are hilarious, if you can read them in French. The English translation is somewhat watered…"
I have Marianne Quinche Ferguson in my genealogy as Mary Ann. But given that her mother was Marianne Monnier, it does seem more likely that her given name was Marianne. I have Mary Ann/Marianne Quinche Ferguson as…"
You are a font of knowledge. I love IT! Thank you for the information about Mary Ferguson and her family. I've looked into the twins, too.
I imagine that a reason that you could not find a birth…"
I really don’t have much information available to me right now. I moved last year, and plan to move again in late spring of next year, when I semi-retire. Most of my genealogy material is still packed…"
"My wife is descended from Marianne Elizabeth Monnier and Isac Henri Alfred Quinche. Their daughter, Julia, married John Jones. The Jones's daughter, Caroline Eva, married W. D. McHugh, and their daughter, Adele, married…"
"Stewart, It looks like you're replying to Arnold (above) but I'd like to respond to your note. It was only in May that I learned about the Quinche family through a deposition document of my husband's great-grandmother Frances Rawlins…"
"Which one of these lines are you talking about? I know of my great-great grandparents, Elijah and Marianne Quinche Ferguson, Charles Quinche, who was a professor at Washburn University in Topeka, and Alexander Quinche, who was a Latin professor at…"
"Thank you Elizabeth! I recently received a copy of Alvin M Josephy Jr's book The Artist was a Young Man all about Peter Rindisbacher's life and work. It contains many more historic images than I found on the web, as well as portraits of…"
I'm so pleased to meet you here. I was just reading about Peter Ridisbacher, who made an amazing contribution to our history by documenting so many aspects of life and Red River scenes in his paintings. Unfortunately, most of the…"
My husband is descended of Red River Colony/Selkirk Settlement emigrants David Monnier and Peter Rindisbacher. Their families moved from Red River to Illinois, and their offspring Charles Aime Monnier and Christine Rindisbacher became husband and wife. Their daughter Julia married Lemmon Park Rawlins, brother of John Aaron Rawlins, aide de camp to U.S. Grant during the US Civil War. Julia and Lemmon had a daughter called Frances Christine Rawlins who married Harold Glenn Moulton, an economist…See More
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
USA, England, Azores, Switzerland, Canada
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Interest in my husband's families. After that the fire was blazing in me and I started doing trees for friends and extended family, even creating trees for family lines connected to others. I'm insatiable.
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