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On 3 Aug 2018 at 03:43 GMT Nancy (Beyer) Taylor wrote:
We are related through several different ancestors. The closest is Babcock 4th Great Grandfather. We share some ancestors I haven't even gotten to yet! Best Regards, Nancy
On 26 Jun 2018 at 07:24 GMT Sarah (Shaw) Saenz wrote:
Regards, Sarah H. Shaw-Saenz
On 25 May 2018 at 14:22 GMT Charlie Jaffé wrote:
For my part, on two separate occasions I have seen a record for a Charles Brundage with the same birth and death dates (before 1900 - 1952) and same death location, Anderson, Indiana. If this is the same Brundage, these records indicate that my Grandmother Brundage was his second wife and that his first wife bore him a single child who died in child birth. Do you have any insight into this family, Charlie
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On 29 Nov 2017 at 18:07 GMT R Adams wrote:
I do relate to Henry Adams (b.1583) of Braintree, but not through my Adamses who arrived in the USA around 1900 from England via Canada to do Salvation Army work.
I relate to Henry Adams via his Son Capt. Samuel Adams whose daughter Rebecca married Edward Waldo in 1706. My grandmother was Florence (Waldo) Babcock (b.1889).
Much tree work has been done on the Braintree line and close to half my Waldo line is accounted for , so that is really wonderful! The other Waldo half, is clear from the Lincoln Waldo Genealogy book.
I am "Thankful" for the work that has been done to record things and have really enjoyed the names that have fallen out of fashion. I see we must rely on the "Charity" of others and apply "Patience" to not duplicate.
"Peace" to all.
On 29 Nov 2017 at 13:51 GMT Carolyn Adams wrote:
On 29 Nov 2017 at 04:55 GMT David Selman wrote:
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