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K.E. made many contributions to WikiTree from October 2012 to July 2015, but is no longer a member. Breen-120 19:33, 13 August 2015 (EDT)


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This Thomas Cornish , Husband of Mary Stone, is buried In The old Newtown Cemetery with son Benjamin Cornish. "Find a Grave", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1QL7B-3VQ2 : 21June 2017)Benjamin Cornish, 1736 Burial, Elmhurst,Queens, New York, United States of America.
Hello I am the daughter of Marcia Irene McLean looking for some family history.
posted by Tiffany Anne McLean
Hi hun,

I noticed you put UE in as a suffix for Chief Joseph Brant. I was wondering what that stands for.

posted by Lisa (Kelsey) Murphy
Wow! I came to see if your Thomson might be related to my maternal great grandfather and was struck by awe at how much information you've acquired. Kudos to your effort and the support you've received on your quest!
posted by Raewyn Vincent
Katharine, thank you so very much for all your work on the Gerow/Giraud Tree! It's a bit overwhelming for me with all the variations of spellings. Thank you so much for helping to clean it up. I'd award you a Family Star but I see you already have one. You are a genealogy rock star! :-)
posted by Anonymous Bond
Katherine, I love your Bio, and I intend to copy the idea of your Honouring Preservers of the Family Tree. I love that. So many people have helped preserve our family tree, I like to give them credit.

You and I are both related to so many of the same people, that we must be cousins too!

posted by J. (Pearson) Salsbery
Thanks for working on the profile of Roger Whittesey-33, my 5th cousin 5 times removed. I am an Emeritus Professor of Mahtematics at the University of Oregon. I have found a genealogical connection to 3 other faculty members in our small department and Roger provides the connection to one of them. By mathematical genealogy (PhD descended from doctoral advisor) I am related to many more. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematics_Genealogy_Project or my website: http://theodorewpalmer.com/mathematical-career/mathematical-genealogy/
posted by Theodore Palmer
Thank you for the Obadiah Gove info. My mother would be very happy to have so much additional info added to her many years of work on so many family lines.
posted by Karen (Rantz) Munro
Thank you for sharing your Duval info. as

It is helping me piece together my own family tree. I believe one of my ggg grandfathers (Samuel) was brother to your Mareen. Many Blessings! Sherry

posted by Sherry Duval
Katherine there is a book that was published in 2003 on the Catchpaw family from Henry Kazenbach's arrival in N Y upwards apparently it has been digitalized and can be found on the Hathi Trust Digital Library site

I have triedto find it to read but it does not appear to be coming up with the information I type in so i am not sure what is wrong, but hopefully I can bring it up so see what it has as information --- Also I found out today that there is a Catchpaw Cemtery near St Armand , apparently iit is located on private land , I have not been able to find a listing of those buried there ,and now that I am no longer in Montreal I cannot just run out to look and see

Douglas

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