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Dave H. Paquette
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Thanks for the suggestion for Stephen Brown. I have corrected his death date and location.
posted by JoAnn (Pike) Miller
Thanks for such speedy and pain-free help Dave... I appreciate it!
posted by Keith Hathaway
I see you have been in this wiki tree, about as long as I have been, I'm working on getting control of some of the Ingalls profiles so I can get them cleaned up. Would you like to help out, I could put you on the trusted list as it seems you have your Ingalls down pat.

How about it?

I'll put in what I have on John Sr. you put in what you have and we'll try to get his life's story on the site.

Re: the Nanna / Nancy.

On my mom's side I could not find a dam thing on a Hora coming from Europe in the mid 1800's. Believe it or not, when they look at a document as they digitize it, they do a mental interpretation on what their eyes see then they type it in.

I later found the whole family coming in together under the name Flora. The H's had a big swirl in front of them and that became an 'f' and the other side of the 'h' became an 'l' as it was typed into computer.

I can't even remember how I found that one, but I did. So, if the book was published in 1904, it had to have been from look at the 'hand in motion' and making judgment nobody could referee.

But, I'll keep looking...

It will take me a while on that Nanna Nancy thing, I'm still scanning my Great Grandma Journals, and letters. The pages are brittle, and it needs to get done. But, I pick up a page and start reading and nothing seems to get finished. I can't remember seeing anything on her, but I will keep my eyes pealed from now on.
The Third wife was Edna Hastings they m 11/25/1813 and took off to Canada.
They show 3 not born in Bristol coming with Sr.

John Jr, Joanna, and Samuel. The first one they note born in Bristol is James 7/3/1772. So did the others die young?

There is no mention of any of these names on John Sr. Profile (Sarah or Daniel) in the Book they were not born in Bristol after James.

Which would be;

Abigail b 11/26/1774 Olive b 8/4/1780

and

Nana b 5/2/1782

And that's all of them.

I don't know if this helps or not, but the book I refer to was written about the History of the Town of Bristol, Grafton County, NH. In that book John Sr. and his brother Ebenezer, came in 1771, they don't even mention a Daniel or Sarah, it's starts with Child John Jr, being child #1.
Well does that cover John Jr?

I heard that Sr. was Married once, then 2nd to Locke, the Sister of Thomas and where all the children came from, then took off later with a 3rd Bride to Canada.

My Great Grandmother was in correspondence over a 1904 book on early settlers of New Hampshire with a Tirrell(I'll have to find the letter). Tirrell was explaining to her that she was in it, and she could get a copy for $5.

At the time it had just been published. Later they corresponded back and forth on their Families in that book.

She collected a lot of stuff but It's all over the place. If you know what I mean. But it does make it interesting.


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