[private father (1920s - 2010s)]
and [private mother (1920s - 1990s)]
[private brother (1940s - unknown)
], [private brother (1940s - unknown)
] and Ted Clark
[private son (1990s - unknown)] and
[private daughter (2000s - unknown)]
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- A life long interest in cemeteries, respect for those resting therein and the history they represent makes this an easy choice for a focus on my part.
- Any help with Crumbies living in VT, NH or ME in the 1800's would be great. A few nuggets were found elsewhere, but no record of their alleged emigration from Scotland or their time there has been found.
- Chester Lynndelle was born probably around 1900, no records found. Family lore says that he was involved in WWI as a spy, since his people were supposedly from the Alsace Lorraine region of France making him fluent in both French and German. He worked as a travelling projectionist in the Trenton, NJ area in 1925-26, which is where and when he disappeared. The 1930 census lists his daughter's father as being from Minnesota and I found the marriage license announcement for Vivian Starbird and h
- Most of my last 200+ years of ancestors lived in Maine, as do I.
- Civil War history became a big passion of mine when I located documents showing that my g-grandfather and gg-grandfathers were in it.
- History has always been a passion of mine. Genealogy and Family History is just another aspect of that for me.
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