Tomeka (Hommel) Bernstetter

Tomeka (Hommel) Bernstetter

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Tomeka M. Bernstetter formerly Hommel
Born 1980s.
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On 5 Jul 2017 at 02:16 GMT b Paulson wrote:

A researcher recently said to me... "as I'm sure you know, New York didn't start issuing birth certificates until the 1890s. There were no early churches. Baptisms and marriages were sometimes performed by circuit riding preachers and they might have listed them in their record books but these have not been preserved. Towns in other NE states keep birth and marriage records but Dutchess County towns didn't do this either."

To help me, I've just ordered a CD of the Hoag family in Dutchess county, NY; at the Hoag family chapter in Frank Doherty's excellent series "Settlers of the Beekman Patent"? https://www.beekmansettlers.com.

On a different point, I've been wondering how to use the Sources I've collected through Ancestry as non-member links. Do you know if this is possible?

On 1 Jun 2014 at 20:40 GMT Meghan (Dewhurst) Dewhurst- Conroy wrote:

Hi Tomeka,

I merged the requested James Cowgills as they were the same man - just each one was created with a different wife. I also granted you access to Lewis. I am also a Cowgill descendant but through another line. I am slowly adding my research online -- additionally, I own a copy of Beatrice Cowgill's Cowgill Family from 1985. I am slowly adding that detail as I verify records. If I can be of help, please let me know. Meghan

On 1 Jun 2014 at 20:20 GMT Candy (Black) Cox wrote:

I am around frequently and will try to help as much as I can.

On 1 Jun 2014 at 19:40 GMT Candy (Black) Cox wrote:

You are most welcomed :) Perhaps we will figure out where he fits, as we all seems to come from Ralph Cowgill. I like good documentation before I put someone in ;) If I can help, just ask and I will try :)

On 5 Oct 2012 at 03:43 GMT Maggie N. wrote:

Hi Tomeka,

Welcome to WikiTree!

If you need any help getting started, head over to the G2G forums or check out the "Help" section.

On 20 Apr 2010 at 18:38 GMT Chris Whitten wrote:

Hi Tomeka. I notice that it's been a little while since you posted on WikiTree, but in case you're interested I wanted to let you know that we created a new WikiTree page on Facebook. We really haven't had a good public forum for active WikiTreers to ask questions and make suggestions for the site. If you use Facebook maybe you could give it a try. Cheers, Chris

On 28 Sep 2009 at 12:15 GMT Chris Whitten wrote:

Hi Tomeka. Welcome to WikiTree! Do you have any questions about how something works, or suggestions for improvements we could make? Let me know anytime you do. This site is growing fast and we're constantly developing new features. I'm chris --at-- wikitree.com (change the " --at--" to @, of course.) Chris Whitten, Webmaster

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