Guestbook Messages – 2001
looking for information on Edith LERAY
married to Frank B. RICHARDSON
born around 1874 and died around 1921. They lived on
From what I've
seen very interesting site..Interested in CROSSMAN - MCIVER around 1900-1910
Thank You. Bob
Heidi Nichols Diver
Very interesting website. Found some useful information. I think more should be said about Kurn Hattin. I grew up close to there and knew some of the girls at that time. Sometimes it is more painful to hide the truth than to let it out.
Arline L. (
I find this very lovely and informative !
Keep up the good work.
I am researching BROWN, DUTTON, GALE, and TAYLOR.
As author of this website, it has come to my attention that there have been some people offended by the use of this guest book as a forum for issues regarding the Kurn Hattin home. I have had to make a decision on this and it has not been easy. I would like to request that from now on this questbook not be used to discuss personal experiences, good or bad, unless they deal directly with historical or genealogical research. Thank you for your cooperation.
It's a pleasure to check in and see what's new.
creating a place to mingle with others with
19 May 2001
Kurn Hattin is part of your history, like it or not. Why does that offend people? Truth is reality.
O. K. (Zack) Belknap
20 May 2001
site while surfing for anscestors who settled in
HomePage: The BELKNAP Family
Richard W. Houghton
Richard W. Houghton. My line is as follows:
Ralph1, James2, Edward3, Capt. Nehemiah Houghton4 (American Revolution
Veteran), Daniel5, Silas6, Pvt. William Edgar7 (Continental Guard
I am author and a (Tenth Generation American).
American Revolution Veteran -- Service Recruitment for the Area New York
Houghton b 03/23/1737/38, married Eunice CURTICE. Of Winchester, NH via
1997 at the
Houghton b 1861 d ___; married abt 1775 Susannah PRICE b
Just visiting. Great site.
Marilynn Jan Myers
I am looking for any information on Jonathan GOOLD (GOULD)and his wife Anna WHITNEY.
Jonathan GOOLD / GOULD was born Abt. 1766 and
Anna WHITNEY b.
There some of
there children were 1) Harriet b.
Any help would be greatly appreicated. Thank You Marilynn Jan Myers
researching the family of DICKINSON,
especially Charles S. Dickinson, who is buried with some of his family, in
find and am desperate to find that branch of my family.
Kathryn M. Sellers
Very nice site!My research has been primarily centered on the
Keep the information coming! Thank you.
" Some have been offended ". Offended by truth?
Joy Kirk Little
computers; hooked on genealogy. My maternal great grandfather was
Albert J. KEITH, born in 1843,
Pavilion, Genesee Co.New Your. In every
census, he listed his parents as being born in VT. When he was 7 yrs,
10 months old, he was living with the LaDuce family in
genealogy search of the KEITH family. Albert J. was in Civil War, married Phebe A. Tisdel in 1865 in Little Valley, New York. Do you know of Clarence Keith who married a LaDuce girl? There is a John Keith burried in the KEITH family plot along with his 2 wives in Little Valley Rural Cemetery. Thanks.
My John GOOLD / GOULD (b. 1732 Palmer,Ma);
Abigail HALL (b. 1732/9);
Benjamin WHITNEY (b.
Jerusha BROCKWAY (b. 1747 Lyme,Ct ?);
William MAKEPEACE (b. 1662
Abigail TISDALE (b. 15 Jul1667
Mary CROSSMAN (Crosman) (b.
Anna BROOKS (d. Bef
all lived in this area, so it's a wonderful site.
Hopefully enough of us will be able to get together to find out even more about our families. Thank you.
HomePage: Genealogy, http://xprt.net/~eugene1
researching Amos CARPENTER b
Rehoboth MA 1715, d
This site is a real treat with a lot of great information, background and resources. Great Work!