The biography for Shirley Mancino will be supplied in early June when I have access to my pc. Thanx for your patience.
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On 19 Sep 2018 at 19:24 GMT Laurie Cruthers wrote:
On 4 Jul 2018 at 17:27 GMT Thomas Palmer wrote:
On 4 Jul 2018 at 03:07 GMT Thomas Palmer wrote:
As for Robert and Eniel, I continue to suspect that the Eniel Palmer born in 1773 is not the same Eniel Palmer that shows in the Leeds Census records. The Palmers’ (Robert and Rosanna) oldest child was Nancy, who was born about 1782; my Great Great Grandfather Lovinus was born in 1794 and was listed near Robert's son Eniel among the Palmer children.
Would love to compare with your Palmer relatives! My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 1 Jul 2018 at 19:27 GMT Thomas Palmer wrote:
5. Yes, I have some ideas about the origins of Robert and Eniel. They appear together on the Lower Canada Land Petitions as petitioning in 1792. They were both born in Vermont, I believe, however their father – whoever he was – grew up in Dutchess County, New York to Quaker parents (William and Rachel). Robert lived in Saratoga County, New York before going to Canada; he is mentioned in Quaker records as getting into trouble for working at a tavern. Before leaving Canada, Robert moved closer to Eniel and Lydia.
6. I live in north central Ohio, an hour from Columbus.
On 1 Jul 2018 at 19:23 GMT Thomas Palmer wrote:
Quick responses, but will share that I am very willing to continue this on another WikiTree page (I am new here as well) or via private email. I will reply here in two messages.
1. Sources on Eniel the younger as a son of Robert include census records for Elizabethtown Township, Leeds, Ontario from the first decade of the 1800s (starting with 1801). Unfortunately, the online transcription is offline with the Rootsweb mess. Eniel and Lovinus (my GGG grandfather) appear each time.
2. Eniel (“Nile”) and Catherine lived in Jefferson County, NY from about 1815 to at least 1840, then moved to Mecosta County, Michigan where they are buried.
3. Still working on sourcing the Jacomiah lead. At least two of William and Rachel's sons went to Danby, Vermont.
On 30 Jun 2018 at 16:34 GMT Thomas Palmer wrote:
First, Robert himself had a son named Eniel, who many trees online have incorrectly called "Othniel." The younger Eniel went by "Nile Palmer," married Catherine Wing, and lived from 1793 (approx.) to 1844.
Second, my DNA connections very strongly suggest that Robert, Eniel, and Jerusha were grandchildren of William and Rachel Fowler Palmer of Dutchess County, New York. My current leading candidate for their father is Jacomiah Palmer.
On 11 Apr 2018 at 12:58 GMT Loretta (Lynn) Layman wrote:
On 3 Mar 2018 at 17:25 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:
I just wanted to check in and see how things are going. Do you have any questions I can answer?
We want to help! Click my name, then ask in the comment section of my page or send me a private message.
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On 24 Feb 2018 at 18:53 GMT Cindy (Williams) Lesure wrote:
You've been a member of WikiTree for about a week now so I thought I would check in to see how it's going. Have the How-Tos been helpful or left you with questions?
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On 17 Feb 2018 at 11:18 GMT Ludwig Kraayenbrink wrote:
Thanks for volunteering! You are now a full member of the WikiTree community, and can start adding your family. Let me know if you have any questions.
Since WikiTree is different from other genealogy sites, we have a guided tour for new members at New Member How-To. Feel free to work through the How-Tos at your own pace.
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