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1. [LDR] DE and the Eastern Shore [1]
Hello All, I have scanned and uploaded another 20 pages to the book "Delaware and the Eastern Shore". It is available at http://www.midatlanticarchives.com You can click on the link on the index page to jump to the start of the most recently added section. Alan RESEARCHING: Buckingham, Gilpin, Eastburn, Jeanes, Nowland, Wade, Creswell, Abernathy and related families No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Free Edition. Version: 7.5.516 / Virus Database: 269.19.15 - Release Date: 1/28/2
2. [LDR] Blackfoot [1]
I believe Blackfoot is now Dagsboro, DE. **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
3. Re: [LDR] Claiborne - Colbourne [1]
Liz: Please send what information you have that states that you are related to the Claiborne's and I will attempt to help you. Jim R. -----Original Message----- From: James R Revell [mailto:jrrevell@cox.net] Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2008 9:34 PM To: 'Liz Esmann' Cc: 'LOWER-DELMARVA-ROOTS-L@rootsweb.com' Subject: RE: Claiborne - Colbourne Liz: You failed to clarify which William Claiborne "Mary" was reported to be the daughter of? The first William Claiborne was baptized 10 Aug 1
4. Re: [LDR] Moye to Gloria [1]
The 1930 census is available through Ancestry or Genealogy, and for all I know a multitude of other such places. I really don't do twentieth century. Elizabeth **************************************See AOL's top rated recipes (http://food.aol.com/top-rated-recipes?NCID=aoltop00030000000004)
5. Re: [LDR] John B. Derrickson - doctor? [1]
John Benjamin Derrickson can be found on census records in Kent Co., DE, occupation listed as physician. Elizabeth **************Biggest Grammy Award surprises of all time on AOL Music. (http://music.aol.com/grammys/pictures/never-won-a-grammy?NCID=aolcmp003000000025 48)
6. [LDR] CARPENTER/ROGERS [1]
I am looking for information on Elisha CARPENTER and his wife Matilda ROGERS. They married 01 Sep 1828 in Sussex Co., DE and lived in Dagsboro. They moved to Indiana in the 1830's. Any info on his/her parentage would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Shawn GRAY
7. Re: [LDR] Hurlock, Cambridge [1]
Jim. If there is a picture of your father in that file can you please scan it and e-mail it to me? I have a picture of him when he was 2, and then again with my parents on their wedding day in 1941, but nothing in between. I'd love to see what my Uncle looked like at graduation. Hugs, Holley ----- Original Message ----- From: Jim Moore To: DE Gen list Sent: Monday, January 14, 2008 12:02 PM Subject: [LDR] Hurlock, Cambridge Folks: I am in the process of excavating my parents' home in
8. Re: [LDR] Dorchester memorial cemetery look-ups [1]
Sorry Jim, Missed the part of your message asking for the address!!!!! Kari ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Short" To: Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2008 1:16 PM Subject: Re: [LDR] Dorchester memorial cemetery look-ups > Jim > > *Dorchester Memorial Park Cemetery > *Aireys Rd. > Cambridge 21613 > > On Jan 12, 2008 12:38 PM, Jim Moore wrote: > >> Kari: Where is Dor Mem Park Cem located? >> >> Any LAYTONs listed? >> >> Th
9. Re: [LDR] Ambrose White [1]
Hi Eva, The old email of mine to which you responded was written by me when I still believed that Kendle and his nine siblings were descended from William(died 1813), son of William(1720-1743). Since my visit to Sussex County, however, I no longer believe that line is possible. I took a photo of the tombstone for William West, born 1743,d 1813. As you show in your group sheet, he was married to Esther Art and had 7 kids. That line traves back to Robert(1695-1742), Thomas(1662-1708) and George(1639-17
10. Re: [LDR] Nairn [1]
Judy, In your collection of cousins, do you happen to know which Jonathan Hearn was bondsman for Hudson Mills and Richard Goslee in 1830 in Sussex? Probably Little Creek, and I thought it would be easy, until I found about 40 Jonathan Hearns. Maybe it was 4000. Would just like to sort out how they interconnect. Hudson m. Elizabeth Goslee and Richard's second wife was Patsy (Martha) Mills. You and your dad are probably everyone's cousins, including me. Elizabeth **************Start th
11. [LDR] Oops [1]
Sorry about misdirected message, fingers were on 'auto'. Judy ________________________________________________________________________ More new features than ever. Check out the new AOL Mail ! - http://webmail.aol.com
12. [LDR] Colonial Times "Social" Status [1]
List.......From limited, but fairly eclectic, reading it seems readily apparent that status ("social" or not) was alive and real in Colonial Days. I have two pages of biographies copied from "A Biographical Dictonary of the MD. Legislature 1635-1789" Vol. 1 A-H. The bios are formatted to include category headlines. Four of the five bios on my two pages have a category "Social Status and Activities". In one bio (in which I have interest) the summation goes like this: Second generation burgess; Mr.
13. Re: [LDR] Dorchester memorial cemetery look-ups [1]
Kari: Where is Dor Mem Park Cem located? Any LAYTONs listed? Thank you for your kind offer of look-ups. Jim Moore Wilmington DE On Jan 12, 2008 11:47 AM, Kari Farnell wrote: > I also forgot to add on my last post that I have a book called "Dorchester > Memorial Park Cemetery" that was published in 1982. This book only lists > persons buried between the approximate years 1930-1982. The birth dates of > some of the people are from as early as 1850. I will be glad to look-up > names for
14. Re: [LDR] Sussex County Land records 1681-1725 [1]
Is there a Robert Hall in the book or any Tubbs or Tubes? Thanks, Jeanne ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Monday, January 07, 2008 3:01 PM Subject: [LDR] Sussex County Land records 1681-1725 >I received a book titled Land Records of Sussex County Delaware 1681-1725 > by Mary Marshall Brewer. I am willing to do look ups as time allows if > anyone > is interested. > > > > **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to s
15. [LDR] Jesse Wainwright [1]
I am looking for information on Jesse Wainwright who lived in the Hurley's Neck area in the 1850/60's and then in Vienna until his death. He is credited with rebuilding a Church that once stood at Henry's Crossroads. It was originally named Gregg's Chapel, after the fire which destroyed it Jesse Wainwright is said to have been a major part of the rebuilding process. This same Jesse Wainwright is also the subject of a lot of the local legend and lore of the area in which he lived. Any one that can help me ca
16. Re: [LDR] Volunteer for tombstone look-ups [1]
Hi Sharon: There are three Boyces: Eldorado Methodis Church, Fork District: BOYCE, L. Curtis, July 29, 1881 - Dec. 25, 1961. BOYCE, Minnie V., Nov. 14, 1875 - June 13, 1958. BOYCE, Howard W., Jan. 8, 1904 - June 15, 1941. Tombstone Records of Dorchester County, Volumes I, II and 2002 Supplement, compiled by Nellie M. Marshall, Dorchester County Historical Society, 2002, p. 198. Hope that helps you out. Karen ----- Original Message ----- From: "Sharon R" To:
17. Re: [LDR] Accomack & Northampton [1]
Thanks very much for sharing your "paper". I have tucked this email away for safe keeping and future reference. Jean ----- Original Message ----- From: "James R Revell" To: Cc: Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 1:11 PM Subject: [LDR] Accomack & Northampton > Due to several recent comments concerning the confusion in the names of > Accomack and Northampton Counties on Virginia's Eastern Shore I offer > the following short
18. Re: [LDR] Volunteer for tombstone look-ups Wilkerson/Hooper [1]
Karen, thank you for looking up Bloodsworth for me. Could you also check Levin Wilson and Mackey? Faye
19. Re: [LDR] Dorchester memorial cemetery look-ups [1]
Jim, The only Layton folks listed are: Edna C., 1890-1967, and Harold C., 1896-1955. It does not list any months or days, just the years. Hope it helps. Kari Andrew Farnell researching Andrew, Shick, Alford, Fischbach, Appel, Lomax, Harrison ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jim Moore" To: Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2008 12:38 PM Subject: Re: [LDR] Dorchester memorial cemetery look-ups > Kari: Where is Dor Mem Park Cem located? > > Any LAYTON
20. Re: [LDR] Church Creek MD -1908 - Robinsons [1]
George H Robinson married Mary Hester Lynch (sister to Robert Dennard Lynch) in 1894. Robert Dennard was my great grandfather. Teresa -------------- Original message -------------- From: Charla Helmers > > Hi, > > Does any one have information on the Robinsons mentioned in this email: > Robinson, A.B.-Robinson, G.H.-Robinson, John W.? > > Thanks, > Charla Helmers > Baltimore, MD > researching: Robinson, Griffith, Irion, Harris, Alexander > > > From: dol_sol@hotmail
21. Re: [LDR] Volunteer for tombstone look-ups Wilkerson/Hooper [1]
Karen: Thanks for your prompt response. Could you please tell me what time period the book covers? I know that Levin Wilkerson, of Delaware, married Pamela Hooper in Dorchester County in 1849. I have not been able to find their burial sites in Delaware so I was hoping they may have been buried with a Hooper family in Dorchester County. Could you also look up Hooper? Thanks again, Charles Tom and Karen Guest wrote: > Charles: > > I'm sorry, they are not in there. The only Wilkersons are Ca
22. Re: [LDR] Sussex land records [1]
In this case LOSS AND GAIN is the 100 acre tract surveyed for Charles Ross on Christmas Eve 1748 and sold to Robert Polk on 13 November 1754. Its metes and bounds description mention Horseys Swamp as an adjoining tract. It is located about 2-3 miles west of Bridgeville, now in Sussex County, but back then in Dochester. John Polk Havre de Grace MD ----- Original Message ----- From: "E Johnson" To: Sent: Monday, January 14, 2008 12:20 AM Subject:
23. Re: [LDR] Sussex County Land records 1681-1725 [1]
Hello, Any Stockleys in your book ? Thanks, Britt ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Monday, January 07, 2008 3:01 PM Subject: [LDR] Sussex County Land records 1681-1725 >I received a book titled Land Records of Sussex County Delaware 1681-1725 > by Mary Marshall Brewer. I am willing to do look ups as time allows if > anyone > is interested. > > > > **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. > http:
24. [LDR] Sussex land records [1]
I would like to know how I would go about looking at Sussex land records for the colonial period. I have been doing some research on Dorchester land patents/records and have come across a reference to "HENRY'S SWAMP". I have reason to believe that it was somewhere in the area of present day Caroline Sussex Co. Del. The actual tract of land that is in question is off of a branch of "The Northwest Fork of the Nanticoke" (Marshyhope) on the Dorchester border. The tract of land in the deed that gives the refere
25. Re: [LDR] Volunteer for tombstone look-ups Wilkerson [1]
Karen, Can you please look up Pamela Hooper Wilkerson/Wilkinson and Levin Wilkerson/Wilkinson? Thanks, Charles > --- Tom and Karen Guest wrote: > > > I just received the book, "Tombstone Records of > > Dorchester County", and I will volunteer to do > > look-ups if anyone needs one. > > > > Karen > >

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