"May I ask: any intersection with EASTERDAY (Ostertag) families? Many of those families lived near Stuttgart. There are supposedly 12 migrations: mine in 1828
- Al (Microfish7@aol.com) NOT IN FACEBOOK, so thank you for your…"
"I am enjoying reading your FASTOLF paper. May I ask if you are writing a book on the JENNEY family? I hope you are staying safe in these terrible times.
Al Dawson, Iowa City, Iowa - MA, Victorian History, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1973"
"Thanks for your kind thoughts. I am staying home and safe for Covid19 and hope you and your family are, too.
I am, sadly, not a descendant of the Mayflower Hopkins. My Hopkins are more recent immigrants.
I do have other early colonial…"
"Boat from New Brunswick to NYC. Mrs Dawson was a STEEVES. Thomas Jr later married
a WOLVERTON - Eliza - from NJ
Thomas Dawson Jr
12 Jun 1826
New York, New York
Thomas (age 12) accompanied by father,…"
Doing my best, Al. Social worker at a children's hospital so kind of on the front line. Have done screening at the front door, put down x's every six feet (front entrance, parking and within the Resource Centre where I work), and other "duties as assigned". Expect to be seconded or deployed elsewhere next week as our staffing will rise a bit.
Hello Mr Dawson, it has been yrs I think I chatted with you about my Cox family. I am intrested in sharing information with you if you are still on this site, please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org I get the messages faster there than on this site
That's where the Wares lived for a couple of generations! Lucy married Edmund Joseph Ware about 1901, and her dad helped him build a corner store across the Don River when the Danforth first opened up. I'm descended from their son, and have seen the store.