Other surnames in query: QUINN
I'm looking for any information on a Margaret E.
GEORGE (QUINN - maiden name). She was born on May 14, 1914 in Granville New York. She attended Syracuse University for one year, met and married a man named Sid
GEORGE in New Jersey and soon after disappeared. They traveled around to resorts for work and their last known place of
residence was in Sterling Michigan. This was about 1946. Any information or ideas to research would be greatly appreciated. No findings were in the SSDI.
(Posted 5/9/00) Sue
Other surnames in query: REMINGTON
Seeking imfo on family of Lydia GILBERT who married Joseph REMINGTON (1798-1857) in Greenwich, NY. They later moved to Mexico, NY. (Query posted 2/19/00) Max Remington
Seeking descendants and place of death and burial of Michael
GLEASON, his wife, Mary GLEASON, and son, Patrick GLEASON. In the 1870 census, Fort Edward, Washington County, NY the
GLEASON family was recorded as Michael (laborer, age 50), Mary (wife, age 45), Patrick (laborer, age 18) and Lizzie (age 9, at school). Mary and Michael were born in Ireland and Patrick and LIzzie were born in South Carolina. Lizzie is my grandmother and I have much info on her life.
In the 1900 census Patrick was recorded in Washington County with wife Mary and six children; Daniel (17), Mary (15), Francis (14), Nellie (10), Catherine (7) and Margaret (3). Does anyone know what happened to these people? Any help would be appreciated. Bob Peck (Portland, ME)
Other surnames in query: HAMMOND, MOSHER
I am requesting that anyone with information about my great grandfather, Oliff Horton GRAVES, please respond. Oliff was born in Fort Ann in 1870. Oliff married Nancy Elizabeth HAMMOND, who was born in Fort Ann in 1874. Their child was Gordon Nathaniel GRAVES, who was born in Fort Ann on 11-2-1896. Gordon had a first marriage a product of which was Oliff GRAVES in honor of his father. It is unknown if any other children were produced by this marriage. My name is Scott GRAVES and Gordon Nathaniel GRAVES is my grandfather. Gordon married Marion Mabel MOSHER (of Greenwich, B: 1-29-1914), who was his second wife. Many children who are still living were born of this marriage. Many family members were generated from the children of Gordon and Marion. I would like to contact anyone on the Mosher side or the GRAVES side, as well as determine any ancestors of the GRAVES and where they came from. Thanks. (Posted 4/21/00) Scott Wakefield
My gggggrandfather William G Gray emigrated to Fort Ann about 1813 from
Glasgow. He married Abigail White of Vermont. They had children born in Fort Ann:
Thomas Spencer Gray born April 24,1832
Henry Augustus Gray born Jan 23 1825
Jane Abigail Gray born Feb 15,1830
William Able Gray born Oct 2,1831 died Jan 6,1832
The family emigrated to Newstead, New York about 1835. William Gray left many religious writings and was probably Methodist or Presbyterian. (Posted 5/2/00) Kathryn Harwood
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