NHGenWeb Archived Queries - 1998

  • From: Geraldine Reilly Ames - Gara1931@aol.com Date: Thu, 10 Sep 1998 12:03:45 EDT
    I am searching for a Jacob and wife Sarah Ames. They had a son Charles H. Ames born in 1856 in New Hampshire or Ma. Jacob and Sarah did come from New Hampshire. Thank you for any assistance. I do not expect you to do any work for me, but possibly, make some suggestions. Thank you!

  • Date: Wed, 08 Apr 1998 09:02:10 +0000 From: "The Wilkerson's" wilkersn@tfs.net
    I am looking for any information on a Carl (R?) ANDERSON born ca. 1904 IA; of Carl or Charles E. Anderson & Sophia Elizabeth HEDMAN (Schone-2nd marriage). He was supposedly living in NH in 1963 when his mother died. Jo Ann Wilkerson

  • Date: Sun, 27 Dec 1998 12:30:15 -0800 From: Judy Ardine -- downeast@tir.com
    Looking for information regarding Eleazer EYRE said to have brought his family to New Hampshire in 1620 and Thomas EYRE said to have settled in New England in 1684. Other spellings of the name may be EYRES, EYER, EYERS, AYRE, AYRES, AYER, AYERS. Generally pronounced AIR, occasionally pronounced IRE. Judy Ardine

  • From: "Timothy Jones" - trpjones@concentric.net Date: Tue, 18 Aug 1998 11:36:23 -0400
    Betsy Elizabeth BARRETT born 27 Oct 1812 somewhere in Hew Hampshire died 7 Feb 1877 Warren Co., IL. Betsy lived in Cotland NY where she married Sept 1832 to William Alfred LANDON. Betsy and William later moved to Warren Co., IL. Betsy had one known brother Jonas Barrett who might have married Clarinda Andrews. Does anyone have any information about the Barrett family? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you Patty Greene-Jones

  • Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 09:53:53 -0500 From: john merhoff jmerhoff@brightok.net
    I am searching for information on the family of my gggrandfather, John Adams BATCHELDER b: 17 Nov 1834 in New Hampshire m: Eleanor Nelson JONES. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! John Merhoff

  • From: "Tanyeri, Annie" Tanyeria@LAJES.AF.MIL Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 00:37:13 -0000
    Am looking for the birthplace and parents of Hiram BELL in 1814 or 1815 in New Hampshire. My name is Annie Tanyeri Thank you very much

  • From: "Grant Bennett" -- cbennett@northland.lib.mi.us Date: Tue, 22 Dec 1998 10:17:53 -0500
    My gggrandfather Thomas Bennett (1788-1870) was born in NH, according to census records. He m. Patty Stevens (1778-1839) in Washington NH, 1809, and in a couple of years they moved to western NY, living in Barre, Orleans Co. Patty (her name was Martha, but she was married and buried as Patty) was the d. of Jesse (1760-1826) and Martha (Seaton) (1755?--1840). Jesse's birth is listed in the Andover VRs, but there is no further mention of him. There is a long line of Stevens' in Andover, going back to John Steevens (1605-1662) who m. Elizabeth Parker ? (1613-1694). Recent postings have been exploring some NH Bennett lines. I can't help but believe that Thomas was from southeast NH, but he has left absoutely no tracks at all! He is the well known brick wall, but there must be somebody who has a connection. He and Patty are buried in Gregory Cemetery, Albion, Orleans Co. NY, now abandoned. Thomas' second wife, Ismena Dinsmore, is also buried there. Thomas and Martha (Patty) had four sons: Orlando (1811- 1865) m. Lucinda ? before 1850. a d. Martha, was 11 in 1850. * Andrew Seaton (1816-1890) m. Mahala Bachellor (1816-1866), and had 7 ch. There was a John Bennett who was mate on one of Capt. John Smith's vessels which explored the NE coast in 1614, and there seem to be Bennett mariners through NE. Most of the Bennett info I come across has to do with the South and mid-West. To repeat, I will certainly appreciate any leads. Grant Bennett

  • From: "George Horne" ghorne@clinic.net Date: Sat, 1 Aug 1998 20:20:14 -0400
    Looking for information regarding Benjamin Berry b. 1788 New Hampshire moved to Bennington/Fulsomdale NY prior to 1819. He died Fulsomdale New York 1 Feb 1867. Wife Lydia ? b abt 1782 Loc. ? Died Fulsomdale, NY 14 May 1847. Had at least 1 child Benjamin b. July 1 1819. Thanks. George C. Horne

  • From: "Carol A Jansen" Date: Mon, 14 Sep 1998 15:21:32 -0700
    Looking for info for a Lymen BILLINGS. He was believe to have been born in NH about 1816-1817. Parents unknown, he went to St Lawrence Co., NY in the 1830-1840s, married a Eliza. Came to Wisconsin in 1859. Was in the Civil War from WI and died before 1895. Looking for info on any Billings from NH. carol jansen

  • From: "Dorr Lewright" - dorrl@express-news.net Date: Sun, 23 Aug 1998 14:12:21 -0500 BINGHAM Looking for info. on Abigail Bingham, born 1800 in NH. SURNAMES: BINGHAM

  • Date: Mon, 07 Sep 1998 08:44:50 -0400 From: Elaine Merrell - lmerrell@mail1.nai.net
    Looking for private cemetary(ies) that may contain the gravesites of: DRs John BOND (Jr and III), Judith DOW, Mary MOULTON, Abigail YOUNG.bondrock@ifx.net - Alan Bond

  • From: DianeFreeman@webtv.net (Diane Freeman) Date: Sun, 25 Oct 1998 06:46:53 -0600 (CST)
    I am looking for information on Abigail (BOWERS) FREEMAN, born in NH circa 1775. Parents and location unknown. Believed to be in NY by 1804 and IL by 1829. Any and all help would be appreciated.

  • Date: Wed, 06 May 1998 19:15:54 +0000 From: Patrick Dobbins & Karen Mitchum darkwolf@usit.net
    I am seeking ANY information on John/Jean BRISSETTE, who was born somewhere in New Hampshire around 1839. Thanks so much for your help. Sincerely, Karen Miles Mitchum

  • From: Queets2@aol.com Date: Thu, 6 Aug 1998 16:42:46 EDT
    I'm looking for Heman B. Brown. He was born in N.H. in 1795. His father's name I beleive was Silas. I have no further information on these family members at least for New Hampshire. I know that Heman married Mary Myers and they lived in the rensslear Co. area of NY. They had two sons named Silas H and Hiram b. i hve the birthdates on these two sons if anybody neeeds them . If any one out there could help me I would appreciate it. Thank you. My name is Linda Foster

  • Date: Sat, 03 Jan 1998 22:11:34 -0500 From: Gary Aikens gaikens@hom.net
    Looking on information on BRYARS family. Lazarus Jno. Bryars appears in 1796 in Baldwin County, Alabama. In a history of this family, it says that he migrated from New Hampshire to Charleston, SC and then to AL. I have found a legal document that he witnessed in Charleston and there is much information on him in AL. I am looking for the link to his parentage.

  • Date: Sun, 26 Jul 1998 22:45:56 -0400 From: DNAse dnase@colba.net
    I am doing genealogy since the beginning of the 80 and I am compiling all the DESY and MONTPLAISIR family all around the world. And I know that there is many MONTPLAISIR family specially in NH I am wondering if you have some persons who have that name are interrested to exchange. I will be glad to do so Best regards Gilles Desy/Montplaisir Montreal Canada

  • Date: Fri, 28 Aug 1998 15:10:06 -0500 From: Bob Potts - oberon@cedarnet.org
    Roswell DROWN, born in New Hampshire 17 Oct 1804

  • From: "WR & SK Wolf" -- wufpk@email.msn.com Date: Mon, 14 Dec 1998 15:48:14 -0500
    Searching for birth/baptism information for Austin FARR, born about 1798/9 in New Hampshire. He migrated to Allegany Co, NY in the early 1800's. His first two children were named Persis and Leonard. Have subsequently seen a FARR genealogy with husband Leonard FARR and wife Persis SNOW. This could be Austin's parents. Austin also had a son named Rufus. Sheila Wolf

  • Date: Tue, 12 May 1998 12:22:11 -0400 From: Jim & Dottie Hood keywest@epix.net
    I am searching for info. on Benjamin C. FISK(e). In the 1850 census he is listed in Lowell Mass. He was 38 years old and born in N.H. .His wife was Sarah R. born in Vt. They had two daughters born in N.H. and a son John born in Lowell on June 2,1844 and a daughter Sara born after that. Thank you very much for any help you can give me. Dottie Hood

  • Date: Fri, 01 May 1998 15:29:58 -0400 From: Barry VanderWeele bvanderw@remc12.k12.mi.us
    Robert Gilkey moved to NH from,I believe Maine, prior to the American Revolution. Any information regarding him would be appreciated as I cannot find information about him. Thank You, Barry VanderWeele

  • Date: Sun, 20 Sep 1998 21:06:31 -0400 From: Robert Taylor - bobtny@pol.net
    John GOODENOUGH, born about 1778 in New Hampshire, according to the NYS 1855 census, married Susannah ____, born in Mass. and this couple was in Schoharie Co. NY by the 1800 census, with 2 children. They later were in Delaware Co. NY where both died. Are there any candidate GOODENOUGH families for parents of John?

  • Date: Tue, 25 Aug 1998 15:43:57 -0400 From: Jim & Dottie Hood - keywest@epix.net
    I am searching for info. on my g-grandmother Marguarite GOODSON b. N H. Married Josiah Shapley Tuck and moved to Charlestown Ma. Josiah was born in 1806 son of Josiah and Lydia Shapley Tuck. any info. on Goodson would be appreciated. Thank you very much. Dottie Hood

  • From: Juli579149 Juli579149@aol.com Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 05:45:11 EST
    I'm looking for the parents/siblings of Delivance "Adeline" GOSS b. 1756 in Claremont, Sullivan, New Hampshire. She married Peter DAVIS son of Simon DAVIS and Catherine HAYES. Peter and Deliverance had a daughter named Deliverance DAVIS b. 8 Nov 1785 in Claremont. If you could lookup Deliverance GOSS on the birth records, I'm hoping it will have her parents listed. Thanks. Juli579149@aol.com

  • From: MCQUEEN1@aol.com Date: Sun, 2 Aug 1998 02:12:53 EDT
    I have a connection to Greeley in New Hampshire dating from 1617. Mary Jo McQueen

  • From: MorisonK MorisonK@aol.com Date: Thu, 5 Mar 1998 20:34:46 EST
    Looking for information on these HEAD/HEDDS. Please e-mail to MorisonK@aol.com. Thank you!
    1. John HEAD was born about 1750 in NH?. He was listed in the 1790 Census NY page 206, Stephentown, (now Somers) Westchester Co., NY with 1 male 16 and over, 2 males under 16 and 2 females. He was adjacent to Michael Ferguson, Eleazer Tillitson, JH, Samuel Bayard and Bartholmew Travis. He appeared on the census in 1800 on the index to the census NY, Westchester Co., page 129 with 1 male under 10, 1 male over 45, 2 females under 10 and 1 female over 45. In the 1810 census a John Hedd was listed in Yorktown, Westchester Co., NY. He had 1 male 10-16, 1 male and 1 female 16-26, 1 male and 1 female over 45. There is also a John Hedden listed on page 239 over 45 in Westchester this year. He was living on 6 Apr 1818 and in 1820 in Westchester Co., NY. He served in the Revolutionary War in NH. John Head/Hed, S43665, served in the New Hampshire Line, and applied for a pension on 6 April 1818 in Westchester Co., NY. In 1820 the soldier was about 70 years of age and stated that he had lost his wife and all of his children were of age and away from home. Other Heads serving in the NH line include Daniel who was born 11 Aug 1762 in Caterbury (NH?), resided in 1832 in Tamworth, Strafford Co., NH (more on page 1585 of Gen. Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files. James born about 1759 and living in Pembroke, NH at the time of enlistment. Another John Head was listed as was a Moses who was born at Canterbury, NH, moved to ME, b. abt 1762. SOURCES 1. Virgil D. White. Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files. 2. Various census listings.

  • From: "Hughes, Tim " - TAH@crai.com Date: Wed, 5 Aug 1998 08:35:12 -0400
    Seeking information on Aaron JACKSON of NH, born perhaps 1810-15 or about 1822? He was living in northern Maine by 1850. The name "Aaron" perhaps carried through several generations? Thanks. Tim Hughes, Cambridge, MA.

  • From: FIWATROUS@aol.com Date: Sun, 2 Aug 1998 02:05:06 EDT
    ROWE, John, b. 1800-1820 in New Hampshire. Unknown wife also born in NH. Family migrated to Vermont by 1840. Son, William Henry ROWE, b. 1840, Vermont. Other children unknown. Family migrated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin area by 1861 (probably earlier) I would like to hear from anyone with a John ROWE in New Hampshire in this time period. Nancy Watrous

  • From: "David Jenks" Date: Mon, 3 Aug 1998 22:11:21 -0600
    I am researching an ancester named Obed JENKS. He was probably born in CT around 1790. He married a woman from NH named Hannah ????? I know this information is weak, but I'm hoping to find both Obed's and/or Hannah's parents. By 1840 the family was living in Erie Co. PA. Unfortunately Erie Co., does not have any vital records prior to the 1880s. Obed and Hannah's oldest child was born in 1836 in PA. Hannah was born abt. 1802 in NH. Any help that you can provide would be truly appreciated. Thanks for your time, David Jenks

  • Date: Sat, 22 Aug 1998 21:32:06 -0400 From: Dan Touse - DTouse@catskill.net
    seek any info on KEACH/KEECH fam of N H Henry A Keach b 12Jul1841; in Greeley, Co by 1872; Harry Keach b 8May1888, NH...moved to Minn Thank You, Dan Touse

  • From: kns@sprynet.com Date: Thu, 20 Aug 1998 12:40:30 -0700
    I am trying to track down my ggggrandfather Isaac Kendall (b.4/8/1837 in NH). He married Christianna Clark (b.3/11/1842) on 4/25/1858 in Freeborn County, MN. I believe Isaac's parents were George Kendall & Electa ? as they show up in MN with Isaac living a few houses down, as well as moving to Marton County together five years later. I found a death record for George showing his death in 1871 and his parents were Isaac & Mary Kendall. What I am looking for is birth records or anything that ties Isaac to George other than location. Best regards, Steve Thatcher

  • From: BeeWinki BeeWinki@aol.com Date: Wed, 8 Apr 1998 11:20:19 EDT
    Hello....I'm looking for any information on a Rafael (Raphael) Keniston, born in 1902 or a couple of years either way. I'm sorry, but that's all the information I have at this point. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! Tina Keeler

  • Date: Tue, 26 May 1998 17:48:50 -0700 From: Kenneth Byrd kbyrd@topaz.iupui.edu Reply-To: kbyrd@iupui.edu
    I'am trying to locate just where my gg-grandfather, George A.? KEYES (b.~1830, NY) might have been living in NH during the 1860 and 1870 census. His daughter (my g-grandmother) Georgeann M. KEYES is 3 yrs old and living with her grandmother (my ggg-grandmother) Jerusha BOWEN and her uncles James and Samuel? in Concord, Merrimack Co. NH according to the 1860 census, but where is her father??? I assume her mother, Mary Ann/Anna Mary BOWEN KEYES died sometime before the 1860 census was taken, but don't know for sure. Any/all help _very_ greatly appreciated!!!!! - Kenneth Byrd, Indianapolis.

  • From: NWRG04B@prodigy.com (MRS JANE B EVERETT) Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 13:54:39, -0500 KNOWLES - STANLEY Looking for parents of Simon Knowles b 1797 NH married Margaret Stanley b 1801 NH. They had Nancy, Andrew Jackson, Emmaline, Augustus, Warren, John A., Joseph, Horace Stanley who married Elvira Brown, and Mary Ellen. Thanks! Jane

  • From: Ann Langdon -- ANNL@pro-west.org Date: Mon, 26 Oct 1998 14:40:54 -0800
    My Lane ancestors first settled in NH in 1789 after they arrived from Scotland and later moved to NY. I thought I might be able to access some information about them in the 1790 census but find that the census has been "assigned" to Brenda Caldwell. Is there a way to contact her? Any other leads? Thank you. Ann Langdon

  • From: TOMES1 Date: Sat, 2 May 1998 19:02:15 EDT
    A Timothy LOCKE, 1753-2/4/1832, entered the Revolutionary Army in June 1780 for the Seventh Co. and First Regiment of the NH Line of the Continental Army, under the command of Lt. Howe, Col. Silley's Regiment. General Poor's Brigade. When he was discharged in Newboro, NY, his name had changed to Timothy LOCKWOOD. He claimed in his pension application that he belonged to New Hampshire. I have checked the LOCKE family up and down and can't make him fit. Anyone have information on LOCKWOODs in NH? Thank you for your help! Melba Tomeo

  • Date: Sat, 10 Oct 1998 20:54:39 -0400 From: "James J. Leogue" - seamus64@bellsouth.net LOCKE GENEALOBY Subject: Genealogy of John Locke of New Hampsire - Myron Hickok
    I am seeking some one who has the access to the above published genealogy. There is a reference in this genealogy to a Myron Hickok. I would like to know what that reference is and the information associated with it.

  • Date: Wed, 11 Mar 1998 13:41:51 -0600 From: texmclane@juno.com (Rogers McLane)
    Need names of parents of Andrew Lucas b. 1804 NH with wife Sarah. Proof of Andrew: d. cert. of Samuel Mason Lucas b. 1826 Wolfboro NH, son of Andrew. Samuel's wife was named Dorcas Dodd b. Gloucester, MA. Andrew's wife was named Sarah. Thank you. Barbara Ann (Clark) McLane

  • Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 00:17:59 -0500 From: Christopher Andrews candr82@idt.net
    I recently received information that my GGGreat Grandfather Thomas Magoon was born in New Hampshire about 1798. He moved to Medina County, Ohio and married Patty Conant in 1826. About 1850 they moved to Kent County, Michigan where he died in 1877 and she in 1865. Any help locating additional information on Thomas would be greatly appreciated.

    Date: Sat, 31 Oct 1998 01:11:59 -0600
    Hello, I'm looking for information on Thomas Magoon. He was born on November 2, 1797 in New Hampshire. I do not have a county, but am starting my New Hampshire search in Rockingham County because my Thomas had another Magoon (from Rockingham Co.) living next to him in the 1830 Lorain Co, OH Census. Any help or even a recommended direction to pursue would be greatly appreciated. Thank-you, Sincerely, Chris Andrews

  • Date: Mon, 09 Feb 1998 20:11:10 -0500 From: Ann Stadden astadden@execulink.com
    Duncan MCGREGOR, bought a farm in New Hampshire around 1805, possible son Gregor McGregor with him, they sold around 1812, to go to New York. Would anyone have a old land atlas??????? for a lookup. Thanks in advance Annie of McGregor/Menzie Killin Scotland, with a Rob Roy connection.

  • From: Ken McNeill k_mcneill@conknet.com Date: Mon, 16 Feb 1998 03:17:35 -0800
    Would like to connect with McNeil(l)s in New Hampshire that have ancesters from Nova Scotia.

  • From: "Amy Bailie" - abizme@socket.net Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 00:58:32 -0500
    I am searching for Elias MERRILL b. abt. 1822 in New Hampshire. I would appreciate any information relating to him. I would really like to know his parents.

  • From: "Pat + Bill Moody" pmoody@volcano.net Date: Mon, 1 Jun 1998 18:59:36 -0700
    I am searching for my ggrandfather WILLIAM MOODY b: 1820 ? d: 1857 in California. He was married to CLARISSA FOX BRADLEY of Dracut, MA. On my grandfather WILLIAM BRADLEY MOODY I's death certificate, it states that his father WILLIAM MOODY was born in New Hampshire. I am hoping there might be some info out there to help me. Bill Moody

  • Date: Sun, 03 May 1998 15:50:42 -0700 From: R Jones rjones@dpol.k12.ca.us
    MORGAN, george edwin Born: Feb. l6,l858 Welch All we know is that my Greatr-grandfather was born in New Hampshire. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Ronnie Jones

  • Date: Thu, 03 Sep 1998 16:11:49 -0500 From: Simpson - simpson@usit.net
    Abigail Pearse married my ggggrandfather,Charles Simpson,in Halifax,Nova Scotia in 1783. She died in New York City 1814,53 yrs.old;so born 1761. Charles died there in 1824. We know of two children,Joseph P.{from Pearce?] born 1788 Nova Scotia ,died New York City 1876,88 yrs old, Death Cert, says "in U.S.87 years" Mother born New Hampshire. That's Abigail. What can I do to try and find where she came from? And MANY THANKS in advance! Sincerely Bob Simpson

  • From: JRPv@aol.com Date: Sun, 13 Dec 1998 17:16:20 EST
    Seeking information on William PEAVEY, who, according to "Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, Vol II", by L. Sabine, was "Of New Hampshire", and, "Was proscribed and banished in 1778". This man may be my ancestor and the father of my gggGrandfather James PEVA. I have no information on James prior to land records in New Milford (Alna) ME shortly after 1800. If James was son of this William, he may have been born in Canada and because of stigma of being son of a Loyalist, changed the spelling from PEAVEY to PEVA upon coming to the U.S. James named his youngest son William. I am contacting Canadian sources. Any other information or suggestions will be appreciated. Thank You. Jim Peva

  • Date: Sat, 30 May 1998 17:41:24 +0000 From: Roxanne L Barth rlbarth@students.wisc.edu
    Caleb POTWINE was b. in CT 1803. He married Clarissa who was b. in 1809 in MA. Their children: Nancy was b. ca 1840 in PA and Mary in IL ca 1844, George in WI ca 1849. Caleb was a merchant in Shullsburg WI, along with Henry Pottwine. Henry POTTWINE was b. in NH ca 1812. He married Martha who was b. ca 1824 in CT. Their children: Charles b. ca 1840 in IL, Henry b. ca 1842 in WI, son Houser(?) ca 1848 in WI, Cabel b. 1850 in WI. Were Caleb and Henry brothers? Were they related to Peter and Joseph? Peter PORTWINE was living in Cook Co. IL in 1840. He was born either between 1790-1800 or 1810-1820. There is a Portwine Road near Northbrook IL. He married Julia in Chicago. Anthony PORTWINE was b. 9 Jan 1834in Montreal, Quebec. He emigrated to Michigan ca 1863 and married Martha Smith of Ada MI. Is Anthony related to the others? Joseph POTWINE (PORTWINE) was b. in Canada East ca 1810. He married Julia b. ca 1810 in Canada East. Children: Lucinda b. ca 1840 in IL, Edward b. ca 1846 in WI, Joseph b. ca 1850 in WI. He was a miner. Joseph was my gg grandfather. I am looking for any information on his siblings and parents. Other variatins of the selling are POTVIN, PODEVIN, POT DE VIN, etc.

  • From: "JO L. WIGGINS" COOKIE@ALIENS.COM Date: Fri, 26 Jun 1998 00:59:10 -0400
    i am trying to find a death on athony POULLIOUTT, he was from michigan but died in N.H. the records that i have say he died in Boiling Falls, but i can't find it on a map, can anyone tell where this town was. jo l. wiggins

  • From: "Suzanne & Roger Talbot" suerog@mint.net Date: Thu, 30 Apr 1998 06:11:43 -0400
    I`m looking for is the Family of Napoleon Rainville he was born in Canada at St.Bejamin the son of Onesime Rainville and Marie Lambert Napoleon Rainville was born in the late 1800 he went to New Hamphire that is all I know as of know . Thank you. Suzanne

  • Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 08:19:08 -0500 From: Bill & Dianne Stenzel stenzel@mail.clark.net
    I am researching the "Sartwell" family that lived in the various counties of NH., and would love to exchange information on any and all who descend from these families. Mrs. Dianne S. Stenzel, 8819 Baker Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21234-4119 "Genealogist are backward people"

  • Date: Thu, 06 Aug 1998 21:01:14 -0700 From: Nancy J Porter - njporter@tdstelme.net
    ALAN SHEPARD, the astronaut who recently died, was born in NH, right? My mother believes her Mass. family is related to Shepard's grandmother, but she's not sure how. Can anyone help out here with his family's information?

  • Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 21:09:03 -0800 From: Sarah & Larry sarlar@funtv.com
    The surname is SLEATH, and the individual is William (b ca 1858, NH). His older sister was born 5 Feb 1854 in ENGLAND, and his younger brother was born about 1863 in Renfrew County, Ontario, CANADA. Thus, my problem of a family on the move. I have found them in the 1861 Ontario Census, and NOT in the NH 1860 Census. It appears they moved to Ontario immediately after William's birth.

  • From: TSTOIKES@aol.com Date: Fri, 16 Oct 1998 09:09:17 EDT
    Looking for any information on Samuel M. Smith born in New Hampshire possibly 1790's or earlier. He later moved (by 1815) to Broome Co.,New York. One source lists his wife as Betsy Bean (possibly a second wife). His son's papers list Samuel's wife as Jane Davehitt (or some similar variation) also born in New Hampshire. Thanks for any information Terri in Alaska

  • Date: Sun, 15 Mar 1998 18:52:27 -0600 From: "D. McIntyre" deemac@kode.net
    Albert Lyman SMITH born 01 Feb 1825 New Hampshire (location,unknown);died 01 Jun 1890 Rich Twp; Lapeer County, MI. Who were his parents?

  • From: DepoDeb@aol.com Date: Sun, 11 Oct 1998 11:30:57 EDT STAPLES - DOW Seeking information on Alpheus STAPLES, born about 1828, who married Abigal P. DOW. They moved to California.

  • Date: Sun, 25 Oct 1998 14:52:17 -0800 From: Jon Adams -- trekkerjon@mailcity.com (c/o) adams163@juno.com STORY DRESSER Subject named was my gr-gr-gr grandfather. He moved from New Hampshire to Wood Co Ohio in the early 19th century. His mother was a STORY; I think his father's name was Samuel Dresser. Looking for my STORY ancestry. Jon Adams

  • Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 17:28:10 EST JMcauli7@aol.com
    I am searching for parents of Asa THING (THYNG), born c1783, died 1855, Perry County, IL, spouse: Lydia Brown. His family is believed to be from Brentwood. On census records of his children, his birth place is given variously as New Hampshire, Connecticut, and "on the sea". I am hoping to locate a bible record or probate or other document naming his parents. Any information would be sincerely appreciated. Jane McAuliffe

  • Rachael H. McCORMICK Sep 3, 1998 FNTT30A@prodigy.com
    I am searching for information on James THOMPSON. He was born 14 Nov. 1758 in N.H. He married Isabella BEAN. Who are the parents of Isabella Bean? Need the names of their children. Any help would be appreciated. I am searching for the parents of Elizabeth (Betsy) BICKFORD. She was born in NH in 1731and married David (the King) BEAN B.1733 in Mass. They lived in Sanbornton NH. Does any one know the parents of Elizabeth BICKFORD? What are the names of their children? Need help. Thanks

  • From: EGODBOLD@aol.com Date: Fri, 3 Jul 1998 08:32:50 EDT
    Prior to 1850, Fred TYLER,age 22 and Susan S. Tyler, age 40, relocated to Montgomery, Alabama. Their birth state was N.H. I am looking for their N.H. connection. Thanks for your help. Ed Godbold

  • Date: Thu, 27 Aug 1998 11:49:48 -0700 From: Cyndi Saxton Jorae - joraec@worldnet.att.net
    I'm looking for parents/siblings of Anna WHEELER born in NH ca. 1800 and married Anson COOK in Steuben Co., NY. Supposedly her family were pioneers of NH. Father or grandfather may have been named Stephen. Any help would be appreciated.

  • Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 23:24:31 -0500 From: Tom Wilcox tekk@execpc.com
    I am Looking for NORRIS W. WILCOX. He was born someplace in New Hampshire April 17, 1809. He Moved to Berlin, CT with his family and grew to adulthood there. I would like to Know where Norris was born and who his parents were. Thank You! Tom Wilcox tekk@execpc. com

  • Date: Sun, 31 May 1998 12:19:16 -0400 From: Gloria Moreau gmoreau@magiccarpet.com
    Seeking WILLIAMSON family members originally from New Brunswick who settled in Maine and New Hampshire c. 1900. Decendants of Andrew WILLIAMSON from Scotland in 19th century.

  • Date: Tue, 13 Jan 1998 16:46:15 -0800 From: njporter@somtel.com
    Nathaniel Winslow b. circa 1775-76 in NH. Moved to Franklin County Maine. Ma: Elizabeth Williams, dau. of Samuel Williams & Sobriety Bunker. Think he was born in NH - per census of 1850. Does anyone know anything about his parents?

  • From: "ken & Cyndi Alcock" - kckl@ican.net Date: Wed, 12 Aug 1998 15:10:30 -0400
    Hi, my name is Cyndi Beales-Alcock, and I am webmaster for Bonavista Bay GenWeb Project in Newfoundland, Canada. I have taken on another assignment, and that is, I am looking for Newfoundlanders who went to the US to work with a migration date prior to 1950. I know there are several who went to the your area and some of their descendants may still be there today. I am hoping that you would like to put a notice on your site of what I am looking for. Name of migrant, Newfoundland Town, date, US city, Job, and wether they stayed or returned to Newfoundland. I will be posting them very soon in a web site totally dedicated to these people. Thank you.

  • Date: Sat, 14 Nov 1998 05:42:18 -0600 From: Judith Byars -- jbyars@worldnet.att.net
    NH Soldiers In Perry Co, Ind

    Indiana Source Book VI [material from Hoosier Genealogist 1985-1988] Pg. 202
    Cannelton Reporter, Friday, 14 August 1863 [p.2, col.2]
    The hospital boat Tycoon arrived at our landing last Sunday morning, on her way up the river, with a cargo of human misery -- sick and wounded heroes of the Union Army. There were four deaths on board whilst the boat was here coaling, and the corpse were interred in Cliff Cemetery. Their names, and the regiments to which they belonged, are as follows:
    Francis Rollins, Co. B, 11th Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers Moses O. Thurrell, Co. A, 6th Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers Moses Mason, Co. I, 9th Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers

    Cannelton Reporter, Friday, 21 August 1873 [p.2, col. 3]
    Two dead soldiers were put off of the hospital boat Tempest yesterday, at this place, and were buried here. Their names are:
    Alonzo Goodwin, Co. H, 5th Regiment, N.H. Vols My note: the other soldier in this article was with the Pennsylvania Vols. Thanks for posting Judy Dallas, Tx

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