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Name: Cayce Wallace <email@example.com> Date: 2014-03-23 Comments:
I am just getting started documenting and discovering the areas that go with the loving memories and stories from my grandparents and my great grandparents. I would love to know more about your amazing work and the history here.
My family Wallaces and Thompsons, were from this area. Albert Wallace told many stories about his family the love of the land his people lived on.
Thank you for doing this project and I would love to learn more about my own family through documents or lore that others may have.
Ms. Cayce Wallace,
Name: Lester B Bartlett <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2013-05-26 Comments:
You have a excellent source of information in your site.. I grew up at Bartlett Mills, Charlotte Co, NB. Born at the Chipman Memorial hospital in St. Stephen, NB 17 November 1925.
My ancestry extends back to Jonathan Bartlett Of Essex Coumty, MA. I have recently found through DNA research that I am in the Bartlett line that goes back to Richard Bartlett who emigrated from England to Essex Co, Masachusetts c1630.
Name: Gerry Goss <email@example.com> Date: 2012-09-04 Comments:
Thanks for your work Arnie. I learned from you that your cousin thru his wife and I are related. Way back in the Bliss line, I find that our 9x Great Grand aunt was tried as a witch at approx. the same time as the Salem Witch Trials. Neat!
Name: VIcki Hill <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-09-03 Comments:
WOW! I am amazed by what I have found here so far. Some does conflict with information I have, but then one must take 200 year old personal accounts with a grain or two of salt.
I do have a bit of additional information on the Hill line from Maine and New Brunswick. This is, as my last name might indicate, my ancestral line. There are a couple of people missing and a few dates wrong. I will email the information to you.
I did find some things I didn't know! I love finding sites new to me!
Name: Jean Mabie <email@example.com> Date: 2012-08-14 Comments:
Amazing work Arnie !
I am researching the Robinson's of Charlotte Co.,N.B.
Name: Diane Longfield <DianeLongfield53@gmail.com> Date: 2012-06-02 Comments:
i wish my stuff was as organized as yours! i appreciate all the work you have done on our families! thank you
Name: Bill Daimler <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2012-01-13 Comments:
Researching Sullivans of Cabellton and Blackville NBC
Name: Marcie Marcola <email@example.com> Date: 2011-05-06 Comments:
Thank you posting the information on the St. Croix Valley families. The information is incredible since my Grandmother is the Bessie Hatt posted, ID 112372. She has since passed back on 3 Dec 1999. Thanks again
Name: Cindy Keller <CKeller@wah.midco.net> Date: 2011-04-22 Comments:
Thank you all for this. I appreciate all the long hours and hard work. I am very happy to have found my grandmother "Lillian Dorthea Augustas Adolphsen" and her family line. CLK
Name: Pamela Hengerer <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-04-16 Comments:
hello! Looking forward to emailing you,
Name: Margaret B. Markey <Maggimarkey@mindspring.com> Date: 2011-04-08 Comments:
Thomas Lane died about 1885 and is buried in Shawano County, Wisconsin in the Maple Grove Cemetery. His son, Isaiah, was living in Shawano County at the time.
Eliza Ann Lane died after 1880 in Lewiston, Maine where she was living with her daughter, Susannah Lane. I have been to her grave site in the Riverside Cemetery but didn't get the date of death.
Elizabeth Lane Noyes Powell Thibodeau was born on 25 Aug 1837 and died in Danforth on 16 Dec 1924. She married (1#
James Wakefield Noyes, #2# Evan Powell, Jr., and #3# Fabian Thibodeau. I am descended thru the Powell line.
Incidentally, I have pictures #tintypes) of four of the daughters of Thomas and Ann Lane, unfortunately I don't have one of Elizabeth, but have Susannah, Emily, Rebecca, and Mary E. There is also one picture that I think is a Lane but it doesn't have I.D.
Name: Margaret B. Markey <Maggimarkey@mindspring.com> Date: 2011-04-08 Comments:
I have been researching the James Lane-Eunice Purdy family of Calais and have slightly different info than you have. I am a descendant of Thomas Lane thru Elizabeth Lane Noyes Powell Thibodeau. My info indicates that Eunice Purdy was a sister of Jemima Purdy Noble, Phoebe Purdy Burgess Hadley, , Sally Purdy Hoyt and Mary Purdy Sullivan of Nova Scotia. Eunice was born in New York State possibly in Mamaroneck according to one of her sons' census info. Haven't had much luck tracing any of the sisters except Jemima who married John Noble in New York where they were both imprisoned. Would be very interested in comparing any info that you have.
Name: desiree reese mcelligott <email@example.com> Date: 2011-03-20 Comments:
I am researching my Great Aunt Jessie Mae Pulley- married to Addison Crouse. Please feel free to contact me for more information.
Name: Clarence R. Butler <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2011-03-05 Comments:
William Butler,is my grandfather, nice to see some info on my line...I have the male Butler line from william rite to me if you would like it..I live in Yarmouth Nova Scotia...great info!
Name: John Robert Hodgens <email@example.com> Date: 2010-12-31 Comments:
I am a decedent Of James Madison Hodgens (Grandfather) Ok and Ms. My father was William Edward Hodgens 11/24/1901-5/9/1994 and brother of Jerome Hodgens.
Name: Bruce Thompson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-06-08 Comments:
Good to see out family history
Name: Rebecca Trendall <email@example.com> Date: 2010-03-26 Comments:
Great list of records you have going! I happened to come across them searching for my extended family. My grandfather, Benjamin Altstadt, is actually in your records here! If you desire to know anything else of that specific part of the family, feel free to contact me.
Name: Jason N. Gaudet <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2010-02-16 Comments:
Keep up the great work Arnie!
Name: Tolford R. Young <email@example.com> Date: 2009-11-16 Comments:
You certainly have an extensive record. I captured your data as I was working on the Rosses & Dickeys of Charlotte Co, NB.
I'm curious also about the Austins. My wife was Mary Austin (b. 1946 in Lynn, MA), daughter of Harry Austin.
Name: Annmarie Johannes-Brandenburg <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-09-26 Comments:
Hi, thanks so much for all the detailed information;I am searching for Elizabeth Crouse/Krause? family on my maternal line and Soloman Brandenburg on my husband's paternal line, and Frederick Johannes on my paternal line. Greatly appreciate the work you have done and are sharing:) Kit 114910, Haplogroup H1(M1), Annmarie
Name: Linda Bryan <Mrs.Bryan@att.net> Date: 2009-08-10 Comments:
Am very interested in the family of Frederic Ayer & Elisabeth Taylor Ayer--their son Lyman Ayer married into the Steve Hill family (who had emigrated New Brunswick) in 1860 at Belle Prairie or thereabouts in Minnesota.
Am trying to piece together background on what appears to be an enclave of New Brunswickers in the Upper Miss. area in 1850s and 60s.
Lyman only had one surviving child, Ina Ayer who married Osborne Sims.
Name: Willard Bruce Hicks <email@example.com> Date: 2009-07-29 Comments:
I have found your ancestral work on the Grant family in Oak Bay (my grandfather, Willard Emerson Grant) and on the Lindsay family of St. Stephen (my grandmother Roberta Victoria (Lindsay) Grant) to be extremely helpful. In fact, absolutely amazing. My sister and I have some reservations about some entries - would you be interested in hearing these?
The other side of my family were the Hicks' of Midgic New Brunswick and the Walkers of Fredericton - are there any similar 'family trees' for these, that you are aware of. My email address is from the French shore in Nova Scotia, near Meteghan, where I have a cottage on the beautiful Mavillette Beach.
W. Bruce Hicks
Name: Gary Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-07-04 Comments:
It's been some time but I do thank you for the help you did for my cousin Jon C. Miner and myself a couple of years ago tracing our ancestry lines. We got it down to being 5th cousin, 4 times removed to both President Abraham Lincoln and Grant. On the Grant line, I am just missing one name. Amasa Miner 39 years old, Father of Amasa Trombridge Miner. I don't have Amaasa Miner's wife etc.... Gary
Name: Susan Rieth <smr@RIETHANDRITCHIE.COM> Date: 2009-03-31 Comments:
I am a relative of Adam Hill and Ann Nicholson Dunnett. My grandmother was Ida Hill one of their 12 Children. I loved finding your research. Thank you.
Name: Marion (FULLARTON) BOOTH <email@example.com> Date: 2009-02-13 Comments:
Interesting. Since my uncle Philmore Roderick (Phil) CORNING was married to Helena Marion LORD, I was able to find links to more of the CORNINGs.
Name: lori neault <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2009-01-19 Comments:
Mr.Krause Thank you I am an Altstadt Descendant who was looking for info about my grandparents & great grandparents.I have additional info so I will be contacting you.I am SO excited!!!
Name: Sheldon and Shirley Cook <email@example.com> Date: 2008-11-15 Comments:
It is a pleasure to go through all your work. What a beautiful job and it is so helpful for all families trying to find their roots.
Name: Shirley Cook <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 2008-11-08 Comments:
What a beautiful job, Arnie. Many years went into this site---easily seen. Thanks for all the help this has given me in my concept to find all those long-lost family members.
Name: Nancy Doherty Perry <email@example.com> Date: 2008-10-01 Comments:
Arnie a wonderful job you have done.Just wanted to let you know on one of the Charlotte Co famillies that you have listed Francis J Densmore or Densmore was married to Sarah Ann Doherty(Doughery)born in St Andrews or Chamcook,on Jan 21,1834.She was the daughter of Patrick Doherty and Harriet Jane Hughson.
Sarah was the sister of my great grandfather James Andrew Doherty.
Thank you for all that you do.