Hollis Bartlett

Hollis Bartlett

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Hollis A. Bartlett
Born 1980s.
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Wiki Genealogist July 2017 Club 100 DNA Tested January 2016 Club 100 Mayflower Project Member Pre-1700 December 2012 Club 100 Honor Code Signatory
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On 3 Jul 2017 at 17:13 GMT William Fox Jr. wrote:

I have traced the Chase, Wing and Haviland families from Massachusetts over to New York then on to Michigan. I have the full History of the Chase Family from Providence, Saratoga County. I am a Chase several times over. Glad to meet you Cousin Hollis.

On 1 Aug 2016 at 04:38 GMT Carole Alden wrote:

Lucky you to have a grandma that could pass this on. Smith/ HAVILAND URR involvement Sorry to say my grandmother Gifford didn't say much about her Quaker background except that her g dad got kicked out and she thinks he had been drinking. She did explain about turning the other cheek, so I was surprised to find so many in the Rev war and Civil war. I guess it was a matter of choosing between the lesser of two evils. Clearly they felt called to stand up and work toward freedom for citizens. This grate migration was in the 30's with many going to Raisin, Lenawee, MI. Check the census in the 60's and you'll see many ministers were with them and they weren't all Quakers. Other faiths had come too. Really something to see in the works. So don't miss the census work, it includes your history that stood and spoke up.

On 9 Mar 2016 at 06:44 GMT Lorraine Trombly wrote:

Hi Hollis!

I'm your cousin Lorraine (Lori) Trombly from Niantic, granddaughter of Richard & Flora Storrs. I live in Tucson now, with my Sweetie, Joe Plasentilla, and our best behaved daughter, Schrödinger, our Calico. I saw your name while looking up muy Uncle Hollis, my wonderfully remembered Uncle from when I was very, very young. Nice to see his name carried forward, you've got some big shoes to fill!

On 27 Dec 2012 at 14:53 GMT Chris Whitten wrote:

Hi Hollis! Great to see you on WikiTree. Hope you and the family had a merry Christmas. Cheers, Chris

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