I have done a search on the Family Search web site. We do not have a center in Fort Collins that I am aware of, but we do have one in Loveland, CO which I visited last year in August. They were not able to help me.
yes, I'd like the family group sheet also. AND on a little sticky note in the back of my genealogy note book, it says Amanda Green d 1902 lafayette, Oregon. no source, so apparently someone told me that and I was going to check it out. see why I need your timeline sheet? lol
I've seen Williams, Edwins and Ivy Pearls graves in Rock Creek Cemetery but no Amanda. Her son charles is buried in Moscow, Idaho although he died in Eugene, Oregon. Again, no Amanda. My parents are buried in front of him and my grandfather, his son, is buried behind him. Edwin died in 1896 and is buried next to William.
I want to thank you for sending me your genealogy timeline, however, I can't open a .docx file. Can you send it to me in a different version of word? I have an older version of word that won't recognize the .docx.
I tried to find Henry in 1880, as I found an IGI on Family search stating he was born 1872, so he should be somewhere in 1880. :) No luck yet.
I'm guessing the 'A' is for Aloysius? As that seems to be his son's name.
Gene,Sorry I was unable to post my Reynolds family sheets to you on Friday. We've been between the proverbial rock and hard place weather-wise: a cold front in NY and Hurricane Bill to the east giving us super cell Tstorms, torrential rains, etc. And, being on satellite, any weather can shut me down. I'll keep trying!
GeneJ, I do believe I owe you an apology. It looks like I err in not encluding the death of Mabel ( Miller/Mapps) dau.
I did not want to do a over load on Henrietta Wells. That meaning ,I was not to sure about adding somethings. So again I am sorry, You have done a wonderful job along with Kate in helping me place Henri and her children.
I do have some of the information that you had listed, as in Rose, and her brother George Miller.
What I will do is add more details as to what I do have, that away it will save some valuable time in research. ( that you and Kate are doing )
In the death of Mabel's daughter. I did not get that article from Blytheville, AR it came from "The Madera Daily Tribune. Madera Co. Historical Soc. CA"
One of the g-granddaughters of Henri's has been in contact with one of the sisters of the daughter that was murder. .
Not much information forth comming yet .... As I had said before some will not talk about the past and we all understand that.. But in the mean time, I will work on getting more dates and places that I have to you..
Will all so get you the upload on Henri's death certificate.
One more time, Thank you, Pam
You are quite helpful! I have been working on the Lowes the last few days.
I have not dug into your thoughts on my Foster problem. I intend to get into that soon and to share your thoughts with my cousin who has not solved the problem after 20 years.
Right now, I am trying to go through the things I found on a couple of "day trips" to ancestoral counties. I put things "somewhere" and then can't find them or forget I have them. I need to reorganize (or just organize).
They did leave me little notes stapled to the Lowe family information sheet I had typed up. These notes consist of the following:
1) Henry Lowe to Rosanna Huffines, md 20 Feb 1832
Rosanna d/o David Huffines and Mary M Tickle - FS.org
NC Mariage Bonds, Guilford Co, NC, Daniel Low-bondsman, A E Hanner- witness
2) 1850 Guilford Co US census for Henry Lowe 53 and Rosanna 47, Anderson
23, Elizabeth 17, Sarah 12, Brooks 10, Mary 7, John 3
3) 1840 Guilford Co US census for Henry Low with "right # of kids"
Hello Gene, The hunt for ancestors has taken a back seat to getting ready for a new school year, I'm a teacher. I'd love to see what you've found. I'm hoping to find more research time in a few weeks. Thanks so much for your help. Alison
Your positive thoughts and prayer is appreciated, I need those as I am trying to adjust to a void and emptyness after 54 years, but we all go through our own hurdles and we must pick ourselves up and carry on...it is easier said than done..
I have also done DNA @ BYU 10 yrs ago..now a simple swish.
Ugo Perego (SMG) gave me the results a couple of years ago, I finally got my bro to do the paternal side this year. I have to figure out how to get his results, I am learning ever so slow.
I guess I should give concrete names if I want help, huh? Ezra WOODING b. 1797 in NJ, wife Ann WOODING b. 1804 NJ, son Isaac WOODING b. 1822 NJ (w/wife Hannah and children Ezra, Richard, and Ann E) sone Benjamin F. b. 1829 NJ, daughter Sarah b. 1837 NJ, son Jesse b. 1846 NJ; all are in Posey in 1850; son Isaac's family is there in 1860, enlistment papers for Ben (and son Uriah and William, who I know the whereabouts of) enlisment of an Ezra WOODING in 1865(who I believe is the son of Isaac, b. 1844; who is also the person killed/murdered by a John Redman in 1868.) Thanks for any help!
Thank you. I'm not quite sure how this site works, but I would love to find some missing branches of my family tree. I'm looking for where one family of my ancestors went after 1850. They just seem to dropoff the census records. It's very confusing. Their last name was WOODING and I can find them in Black, Posey, IN in 1850. I believe the sons all enlisted in the Civil War, but the parents and the sister simply disappear. A grandson/nephew of the patriarch at that time was murdered or died in 1868 after tarring and feathering another man. 2 of his brothers seem to turn up in IL on the 1870 census, but his parents are missing, too. It's something of a mystery, where they all went.
They did not give me a research log. I am not sure where they looked as I was looking in books and microfilm while they were on the computer. They said the only good match was Henry Lowe + Rosannah Huffines. Dates are off from other censuses but you can't totally trust censuses anyway.
I found the WWI registration card, which gave his full name and DOB, but no further hits on Ancestry for him, her, or their children. I'm not sure if I mentioned in the group post, but their children were in an orphanage in Waco, TX during the 1930 census and I haven't been able to find birth, marriage, or death records on any of them either. Can you think of any other things I could check out? Thanks for your help!
I haven't had time to contact them yet, as I've been busy chasing dead people for work.
And that Abraham Marcia is my great-great grandfather. I've often wondered if the Thomas Graham family might be a clue to his antecedents, but I have not been able to find much information on Thomas and Nancy Graham, either.
I tried researching Minnie Coleman, I believe I found her on the immigration records as arriving in the US as a 19 year old in 1890. She was born circa 1870. I can't find a connection between this Minnie and Kate or Frank. I'll add the immigration record for Minnie to the discussion if you think it would help-