Since I am doing research on upstate New York, I thought I would share this link with you: www.ny-genes.com Some of my names which I am researching are on this site.
The Lucy who (m) Asa, was her maiden name Coss or Cross? I see from your previous posts you have it both ways at different times.
In 1860 census living near Lorenzo and Lucy in IL were a David and Sarah Weaver also from NY. David age 49, Sarah age 43. W/kids Electa 19,Mary 15 and a George Fotcum 32 and Arron Van Camp 60. All (b) NY. Thinking David and Sarah might be related to Asa Lorenzo since they were all from NY and lived near each other in IL in 1860 I decided to check David and Sarah for 1850. I found them already in IL in 1850, in Algonquin CO. McHenry town. David age (says 4 should be 40!), Sarah age 39 (she lied in 1860 to be younger), LORENZO age 16, Betsey age 13, Electa age 9 and Mary age 6. So it seems Asa Lorenzo's parents were a David and Sarah Weaver. I will look for David and Sarah in 1840 in NY now. Kids names won't be listed but at least I can find if there was a son in 1840 age about 6 to match Asa Lorenzo.
http://grc.dar.orgt/dar/darnet/grc/grc.cfm This site has DAR info on names like States that have records, books etc and a great one to figure out what the States may have on each person.
oops the orgt should be org
Well I want to thank all of you that helped me with ol man Weaver, but I think we might as well let him rest. You gave me a lot of good info but I just don't know enough abt ol Pete to make a link.
If you can find David Weavers father he might be Peter Weaver. If not just forget abt him. Tks
This might help. In 1880 census David Weaver lived in Cary Station,IL w/a Foster family, no relation as both the Foster husband and wife were neither (b) in NY. David is listed as (m) not widowed but Sarah was not listed. The good part is David said both his parents were (b) in PA. and in my previous searchs I saw a lot on info on Weaver's in PA so that might be a place to look.
in 1840 there were only 4 David Weaver's in NY. Poughkeepsie in Dutchess Co., Oppenheim in Fulton Co., NYC ward 14, and Sandy Creek in Oswego Co.. Any idea which might be the correct on?
I doubt that the David in the 1880 census is the same one. If he was Asa’s dad he would have been born in the early 1800s + or - . I dont know anything abt David.
I'm looking for the parents of William Calvin MULLINS who was born abt. 1875. He was married to Anna Pearl Wallace and they had a son named Alanzo b. 1898. William Calvin (Will Cal) died before 1900 in Lincoln Co. TN.
not W.C. MULLINS parents info yet... but I just found Pearl MULLINS W F age 21 b. Aug. 1878(widowed & was mother of 3 children w/ 1 still living) and son Alonzo MULLINS W M age 2 b. Feb. 1898 living as lodgers in household of Thomas & Nancy JOCK & their 2 y.o. son. Thomas JOCK was a R. R. Laborer & he and wife Nancy could not read or write. Pearl MULLINS could read/write/speak Eng. and both her parents were b. TN, Alonzo MULLINS and both his parents b. TN. That's on 1900 US Fed Census - Civil District 2, Lincoln Co., TN - Roll: T623_1584, ED#55 Sht #3B Enum. Date: June 9, 1900
then looks like Anna Pearl must've remarried shortly after the 1900 census. Looks like (in 1910 census) she's now found in 1900 census for West Huntsville Precinct 24, Madison Co., ALABAMA (handwritten at top of pg is: Census for Knitting Village)... listed on PRATT ROW, as Annie M. BAGGETT age 32 [wife of John A. BAGGETT, age 35, farming - farm, b. TN], (her 2nd marriage-his 1st marriage-married for 9 yrs.), now mother of 8 w/ only 4 still living. Besides Alonzo MULLINS, step-son, age 12, Doffer - cotton factory - out of work 20 wks that yr.... they have 3 other children: Charles L. BAGGETT age 8 b. AL, Beatrice BAGGETT age 4 b. TN, Garland E. BAGGETT, son age 4-months b. AL. ...... do you need/think this is the correct family?
oops. typo. that should be the 1910 Census
[from ALABAMA DEATHS, 1908-59] ~ Name: Alonzo MULLINS - Death Date: Feb 1931 - Death County: Jefferson - Volume: 7 - Roll: 3 - Page #: 3344.
Hi All. Looking for information on my 7th Great Grandparents John BLACKMAN and Jemima HURLBURT. Their daughter, my 6th Great Grandmother was Jemima BLACKMAN b: 1733 in Fairfield, CT. She married Jonathan STEVENS, b: 21 Jan 1720/21 in Fairfield, CT, the son of Ephraim STEVENS and Hannah CLARK. Thanks.
Looking for information on Amey STEVENS, b: 1771 in Westchester, NY, the daughter of Jonathan STEVENS and Jemima BLACKMAN. She married William TRICKEY. I have six of their children, but no birthdates but one, and that was Isaac TRICKEY, b: 1791 in Canada. The STEVENS family was from Fairfield, CT to Orange Co., NY. I do not have Amey or Williams death dates. Thanks you.
Hi All, please ignore the request for John BLACKMAN. I was in my old FTM, and forgot that our dear Betty sent me tons of good info. Still need info on Amey and William however. Thanks.
Looking for any information on Laura HUNTER, b: 1801. I do not have a birth place but imagine it would either be Canada or NY. She married Issac TRICKEY. I need her parents, and info on children if possible. Thanks.
Thank you so much. I'm trying to help a cousin and can't really answer your questions. He's at a brickwall in connecting Will Cal to the right parents. But from the choice of names and locations we believe he is Anthony's kin. Thanks again.
http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3054430&id=I1086 ~ Putman Tree and Branches (upated: 7/6/2005) ~ Contact: Garland Putman (e-addy on that pg) - this tree shows William C. MULLINS as spouse of Pearl WALLACE (b. 1879 in Lincoln Co., TN) w/ their marriage date: 6 FEB 1894 in Lincoln Co., TN. Her links show her parents' info.... but there's only William C. MULLINS' name & their wedd. date ........ and guess what??? they have Pearl's 2 spouses as 'Marriage 1: John BAGGETT' and 'Marriage 2: William C. MULLINS' (of course, those should be in reverse order). So I guess the 1910 AL Census was the right one for her & Alonzo.
[from TENNESSEE MARRIAGES, 1851-1900] ~ Name: W. C. MULLINS - Spouse: PEARLIE WALLACE - Marriage Date: 06 Feb 1894 - County: Lincoln - State: TN ~~~~~~ [Lincoln County's records contain more than 12,500 marriages between 1851 and 1900. This county is located in southern Tennessee, bordering Alabama, and was created in 1809 from Bedford County. Original data: Lincoln County, Tennessee Marriages, 1851-1900. County court records located at Fayetteville, Tennessee or Family History Library microfilm #0968562-0968564.]
...dang it all, even that didn't show parents' names LOL... but maybe the marriage/county court records might? ..... still looking w/ all kinds of combos LOL.
Thanks a bunch! I'll pass all that along to my cousin. I know Will Cal's father's name is his big brickwall. But maybe there is a clue there! I appreciate your searching. Have you heard from June and her mom?
I'll prob. see them all again tomorrow. But I only spoke with one of June's sisters today. She said my mom-in-law's test results should all be back by this Wed. & drs. will speak w/ family then. Thanks for asking, Marge. We still haven't any definite answers after an entire wk. but should soon.
I'll keep her and all of you in prayers. It's so hard to wait for medical reports. I do hope she is doing better. Thanks again for your help! We'll keep looking for Will Cal's pa...
thank you sweety! Prayers are always welcome. :)
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