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1. [1776] Military research at the National Archives [1]
Hello. My name is Kelley -- I recently completed my Masters degree and am going to law school this fall here in Washington, D.C. School is expensive and I could use some extra money to pay for tuition and loans, so I am offering to do military research at the National Archives (service files, pension files, etc). Generally, a request for this kind of information takes the Archives several months, at a minimum, to process. I can retrieve them much faster and also give you someone to interact with instead
2. [1776] Hadley genealogy [1]
Dear Bill, I appreciate you returning my call and having the opportunity to chat with you. I look forward to receiving the genealogical information about our family that you can share with me. Do feel free to contact me anytime. I have added your name to my Hadley newsletter distribution list. If your brother's and sister's would care to receive same, please let me know and send me their emails. I have attached my current newsletter to this email. Kind regards, Cousin ,Jim 1 0f 4 Apri
3. [1776] SC or VA Am Revolutionary ancest or [1]
I am looking for information on the following American Revolution officer. Captain Edward Smith The family was originally in the Louisa Co VA area, but moved to Sartanburg Co SC and I am not sure from which state he served. Any help appreciated. Thanks to all who check whether you find anything to forward or not! James Stone
4. Re: [1776] SC or VA Am Revolutionary ancest or [1]
James, The DAR Patriot Index has the following entry for Capt Edward Smith: Edward: b c 1740 VA d a 8-15-1815 SC m (1) Sally Rice Capt VA. The last part of the entry means he served in Virginia. Good Luck, Tom Montague -----Original Message----- From: 1776-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:1776-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of James Stone Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2006 10:47 PM To: 1776@rootsweb.com Subject: [1776] SC or VA Am Revolutionary ancest or I am looking for information on the following Amer
5. [1776] My Revolutionary Ancestors [1]
I am trying to find out all I can about two of my ancestors, who fought in the American Revolution. They were Johann Peter Hackenberg/Hachenberg, who was my mother's paternal ancestor. And, John (or James) McRoberts, was my father's maternal ancestor. Several of Johann's grandchildren married into the Moyer Family, while in Pennsylvania. John (or James) McRoberts married Lucy Bradford, a descendent of William Bradford, through John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley's daughter, Hope, who marrie
6. [1776] looking... [1]
looking for Ensign John Brittain. Wondering if this was my John Brittain born on staten island in 1713. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com
7. Re: [1776] James Jackson died 1849 in Harlan county? [1]
Depends on the State and the County. In what county and state is Harlan located? See if the LDS has a Vital Stat film for that time period for that state. Sandy - ----- Original Message ----- From: "RUTHA JACKSON" To: <1776-L@rootsweb.com> Sent: Monday, November 17, 2003 7:38 PM Subject: [1776] James Jackson died 1849 in Harlan county? > How could I find out where he was buried. Was there any deaths recored in 1849? > > Thanks > RUTHA JACKSON > ruthaj@mindspring.com > > > ====
8. [1776] WONDER - BACK [1]
Hello List, Just want to say I am back on-line. We had a very nice trip to VA, but way to short of a trip. I will not be going off line again until my oldest daughter has her new baby. I would of course like to take this opportunity to remind the list that my main surnames are: CHAMP, POLITTE, BOYER, & PORTELL.. Thanks mbolive@mylink.net Janet RESEARCHING: PORTELL, POLITTE, CHAMP, OLIVIER, COLEMAN, BOYER, ROUSSIN, COURTAWAY/COURTOIS/COURTOUIS, CHABOT, BOISMENU, BIENBENUE, LACHANCE, PEPIN, LALUM
9. [1776] George Gay, Loyalist [1]
Someone has recently mentioned a George Gay who refused to fight against the Crown and was held prisoner for a while before being freed and sent to NY. Can anyone further identify this George Gay? Joanne Hunt Litchfield, NH
10. [1776] James Jackson died 1849 in Harlan county? [1]
How could I find out where he was buried. Was there any deaths recored in 1849? Thanks RUTHA JACKSON ruthaj@mindspring.com
11. [1776] Veterans Day Thanks and rememberances. [1]
Hello As We in the USA celebrate Veterans Day I would like to say just a few words to all our veterans and fallen heroes on the Battlefields across the World. Thank you for all you do and have done for this country and for others. I have ancestors that served both Great Britain and the United States and I am very proud of my heritage. Here is a list of my ancestors that served. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~geyerseybold/folder/MilitaryService.html Thanks Dan Geyer
12. [1776] James Jackson [1]
I am looking for information, military unit, etc. for James Jackson Sr.. b 1757 VA or NC? d 1846 in Harlan County, KY. He was a Rev War pensioner. Thanks for any help, RUTHA JACKSON ruthaj@mindspring.com
13. [1776] Elijah Bragdon/ revolutionary war [1]
I am looking for a look up for soldiers who died in the Revolutionary War. Does anyone have a index of soldiers who served from Maine. I am researching Elijah Bragdon who died 12th September 1778. He was married to Lydia Hopkins. "The great thing, if one can, is to stop regarding all the unpleasant things as interruptions of one's 'own,' or 'real' life. The truth is of course that what one calls the interruptions are precisely one's real life-the life God is sending one day by day: what one calls one's '
14. Re: [1776] Benjamin Kimball / Ipswich, MA [1]
Eric Miller wrote: > I'm looking for military unit information regarding a Benjamin Kimball > from > Ipswich. > While this person was not named individually, there are several pages of information about the role Ipswich played in the Revolution and the days leading up to it in C. F. Jewett's _Standard History of Essex County, Mass._ A Committee of Correspondence was originally formed in Ipswich in Dec. 1772 and again chosen in 1776, and a minuteman company was formed there in 1774. Fifty-one minute-men
15. Re: [1776] James Jackson [1]
Rutha, I have the Rev. War pension books at my city library, as well as the Rev. War Index books. I will do a lookup for you, if no one else has anything for you today. The Pension Books will tell quite a bit of info, or at least, generally they do! Lanita Sconce Miller I'm always late. My ancestors arrived on the JUNE Flower!
16. Re: [1776] : Ephraim Osborne [1]
> > Is anyone researching this Revolutionary War Patriot? He lived in Harlan > until his death? > > > > RUTHA JACKSON > ruthaj@mindspring.com > > Rutha, If you mean the Ephraim Osborne who was b. 1752 & d. ca 1852 in Harlan Co., KY, he's my 7G uncle. I'd be happy to exchange information with you off the list. Cheers, Katherine
17. [1776] : Ephraim Osborne [1]
Is anyone researching this Revolutionary War Patriot? He lived in Harlan until his death? RUTHA JACKSON ruthaj@mindspring.com
18. Re: [1776] Veterans Day Thanks and rememberances. [1]
Dan: I checked out your site, and I really liked your part about remembering the fallen. It seems they were a bit overlooked yesterday in San Jose. However, I did just join Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW). So far, I've found men of age for the American Revolution, Jacob Vandenbergh, my 5G grandfather, one of them, but I haven't found any ancestors who served for the Continentals. John Amory, Jacob Vandenbergh's father in law, was a large landholder in New York who apparently fought for th
19. [1776] New: 1636-1850 Phila Ships Lists, 23 MA Town Vitals, 1636-1850 RI Vitals [1]
These are book(s) we have just added to EveNDon.com: Census Page: http://www.evendon.net/PGHLookups/CensusUS.html#StateCounty Census Page: Town Vitals, Pub 1850: Richmond, Royalston, Rutland, Saugus, Shirley, Southborough, Sudbury, Templeton, Tewksbury, Tisbury, Topsfield, Tyringham, Upton, West Boylston, West Stockbridge, Waltham, Warren, Washington, Wenham, Weymouth, Williamstown, Windsor, Worthington http://www.evendon.net/PGHLookups/CensusUS.html#StateCounty This is the last of the Mass
20. [1776] ERROR - New: 23 Volumes MA Vitals [1]
Dear List, I posted the new additions to our site today, 23 volumes of vital records from Massachusetts municipalities from the 18th-19th centuries. It turns out that most of these towns' vitals are covered by 2 volumes, not 1, and that we don't have all of the towns that are available. So the set of 70+ on our site is still quite incomplete. I apologize and will continue to add to the collection till I've put up every volume I can find. Don Eve and Don Krieger Pittsburgh, PA http://www.
21. [1776] UNSUBSCRIBE [1]
In a message dated 2/8/2009 12:09:31 A.M. Central Standard Time, Jags@ulster.net writes: James R. Hadley Jags@hvc.rr.com www.hadleygenealogy.net ----- Original Message ----- From: "Don Krieger" To: <1776@rootsweb.com> Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2009 11:07 PM Subject: [1776] New: 11 Town -1850 Vitals > These are book(s) we have just added to EveNDon.com: > Census Page: Town Vitals, Pub 1850: New Ashford, New Braintree, > Newburyport, Newton, Oakham, Oxford, Palmer,
22. Re: [1776] New: 11 Town -1850 Vitals [1]
James R. Hadley Jags@hvc.rr.com www.hadleygenealogy.net ----- Original Message ----- From: "Don Krieger" To: <1776@rootsweb.com> Sent: Saturday, February 07, 2009 11:07 PM Subject: [1776] New: 11 Town -1850 Vitals > These are book(s) we have just added to EveNDon.com: > Census Page: Town Vitals, Pub 1850: New Ashford, New Braintree, > Newburyport, Newton, Oakham, Oxford, Palmer, Pelham, Peru, Petersham, > Phillipston > http://www.evendon.net/PGHLookups/CensusUS.html > > Thes
23. [1776] New: 11 Town -1850 Vitals [1]
These are book(s) we have just added to EveNDon.com: Census Page: Town Vitals, Pub 1850: New Ashford, New Braintree, Newburyport, Newton, Oakham, Oxford, Palmer, Pelham, Peru, Petersham, Phillipston http://www.evendon.net/PGHLookups/CensusUS.html These are additional book(s} we just added: Directory Page: 1883 Albuquerque NM Directory Directory Page: 1858 Baltimore MD Directory Military Page: Illinois Civil War V2 Military Page: Union Casualties - National Cemetery Interments Yearbooks Page
24. Re: [1776] bigotry against West Virgnians [1]
In 1999 I retired from my job with the Central Arizona Project in PHX, AZ. One of my co-workers was from WV. I told him I planned on going to WV and the Eastern Shore of MD to work on my KNOTTS family history. Interestingly enough, his wife is a WV KNOTTS. He cautioned me abt meeting the WV "Natives". But I'm retired from the navy, and had experience with supposedly hostile native people before. My experience has always been that if you treat people with respect, you usually are fairly safe. This holds for
25. Re: [1776] bigotry [1]
I didn't have a problem with it. In fact, I rather enjoyed it. But then, I'm from Kentucky and I could quote you chapter and verse of all the times people have insulted me because of my accent and place of birth (in spite of holding a Ph.D.) Nope. Don't have a chip on my shoulder. I simply smile when insulted and inwardly say, "Thank goodness my mama taught ME manners. Shame your mama didn't." Lila (from Kentucky, transplanted to Texan) ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mountain Curmudgeon"

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