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At 7:58am on September 9, 2015, Rosemary Taylor said…

After chatting with you for years at different chat room, I miss you greatly.  Night Jim.

At 9:14pm on September 7, 2015, Heather said…

Jim was a fount of knowledge, I learnt so much about the American Civil War from him, and he will be missed.

For his family, this was written a while back but I feel it applies to Jim. 

 

At 6:56pm on September 7, 2015, Sarah Anthony said…

Jim, you gave so many people the courage to think and talk about the Spirit world, and to expand our awareness.  Bob & I will miss meeting you in Oct.  You have lived a full and interesting life.  Rest well my friend knowing you will never be forgotten.  

At 6:03pm on September 7, 2015, Kate Wagner said…

Dear Jim, now you will be one of those we are hunting down. Rest peacefully with Spirit.

At 6:03pm on September 7, 2015, Christine M. Worthington said…

Your generous and friendly spirit will be greatly missed.

At 6:01pm on September 7, 2015, Mary Beth said…

Very sad to hear of Jim's passing.  Such a very friendly, nice person.  Now you'll be able to meet all your ancestors.

At 4:13pm on September 7, 2015, Melinda said…

So long, Jim.  It was wonderful doing research with you.  We will all miss you.  

At 4:11pm on September 7, 2015, Andrew Kolstee said…

You will be greatly missed. Rest in peace, my friend. :(

At 1:03pm on September 7, 2015, Caren said…

RIP Jim. Now you are reunited with Mollie, Stormy, and have all the answers you have been seeking! You'll be missed by all!! :(

At 6:00pm on October 25, 2014, Catherine Murphy Gingras said…

Hi Jim,

So far I haven't made any Byrne connections to New York, but your James Byrne is offered as an Ancestry.com hint for me all the time.  My James Byrne (my great-uncle) was born in Newtownbarry/Bunclody, Wexford, Ireland ~1876. My research indicates that he emigrated to America in 1893, and I know he lived in Denver (with his sister/my grandmother Sarah Byrne Murphy) ~1898-1900.  Another relative has family letters from Ireland that refer to Jimmy dying in a horse accident ~1901.

At 7:49pm on May 23, 2014, Allan Johnson said…

These are my Bartels:

Mary Weiker. She was born on 10 Apr 1845 in Holzen, Luxembourg. She married
Nicholas William Bartel. They were married on 23 Mar 1866. She died on 28 Sep
1938 in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.

Nicholas William Bartel is the son of Frank Bartel and Mary Rank. He was born on 28 Dec 1838
in Strasson, Luxembourg. He died on 28 Feb 1922 in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.
At 4:41pm on May 19, 2014, Deborah Dale said…

Jim, There is no connection to Burns or Byrne in NY that I know about.

At 7:19pm on April 6, 2014, Sally Jeffryes said…

there is no obvious connection to My Byrne family. but I know there was a large family of them in Wexford, Newtownbarry in Ferns. The 1911 and 1901 Ireland census might give you a better idea of their town. From the dates you gave me it appears that your Ascending Byrne is close in age to my Thomas Byrne born in 1832, which could make them brothers in a large family or cousins.

At 3:34pm on April 6, 2014, Julie Eaklor said…

Jim,

Thank you. I am in and out as it seems everyone else is. I am not going to join Genealogytalk.com just yet either. I have so many other things I am a part of, it is hard to keep up.

At 6:41pm on March 23, 2014, Dina Grozev said…

You know the psychic/supernatural connection with genealogy is a lot more widely noticed than I had realized. Someone just added to this thread in a forum I belong to:

http://www.city-data.com/forum/genealogy/1740352-synchronicity-surprising-genealogy-breakthroughs.html

At 12:21pm on March 19, 2014, Clara Joyce Schaeffer Miller said…

PA genweb project

At 8:14pm on January 9, 2014, Dulcie Verner Fusillo said…

Jim, This format is really new to me.  Stuck in email and FB. So please forgive. If I'm not doing this right, let me know.....don't let me suffer in silence! I have been doing genealogy research (such as it is) for about 10 years now but don't seem to being making a whole lot of progress, relatively speaking. There is just so much to learn.  So, it appears that the lines I have had the most success with are in SC, NC, VA area.  My family up north is a total dead end, brick wall!

At 9:46am on January 9, 2014, Fran Ellsworth said…

James, I have a Family Group on Facebook called Descendants of William Henry Langley and Nancy Carrier. It is kept private so I have to add people only way to keep out spam and bots.  This is my page I am admin for on https://www.facebook.com/MissouriGenealogy  I also help with Texas and Oklahoma pages. Check out Preserving War of 1812 Pensions https://www.facebook.com/1812pensions  I assist the managers of this page.  Would love to be your friend on FB  https://www.facebook.com/fellsworth60  Thanks for the info on the chat. :)

At 3:09am on December 15, 2013, Rosemary Crouse Mohn said…

Hi Jim, I was just thinking, the man I found the info on Andreas Koch lives in Canada and is a very good friend of mine. I didn't know if you knew this or not but, his name was changed to Coe, If you feel there is a connection I could hook you two guys up. He had told me that his mother kept telling him that they were Pennsylvania Dutch, but, he could never figure it out until I found his ancestor, I love genealog books.

At 2:53am on December 15, 2013, Rosemary Crouse Mohn said…

The Kendigs were in the early years from southern part of Lancaster County, my one ancestor was married to a Kendig. I lived in Mountville and did not know anything about the people you were talking about. I do know that the early Kendig's I am talking about were mennonites. Do you happen to know who your orginal ancestor was in the Koch family? I had bought a condensed book on the Hessian Soldiers that were prisoners here in Pennsylvania, in Lancaster City, on the same side of Duke St. as the Elks Club. I had found information on Andreas Koch who was captured and brought here and then made his way to New York State.

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