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Your information was a huge help collaborating hand written notes from my great-grandmother build my family tree.
# 24 - Warren Slaven 04/11/2018 - 19:15 - City: - State: New Jersey - Country: USA
Can you provide the source for the "notes for Abraham Parker" at http://www.pennock.ws/surnames/nti/nti93677.html

I'm interested in the Ganges mentioned there.

MK
# 23 - Michael Kearney - 03/18/2018 - 19:59 - City: Wayne - State: PA - Country: USA
I have more information on George E. Ottey, son of Philip Ottey and Margaret. He was my grandfather but he was adopted (probably not legally) by Lewis Suter on Media, Pa. His name was changed to George James Suter. In the 1910 census of Media, George and Bessie had a Thomas N Ottey living with them, and is listed as a boarder. My mother, Roberta was George and Bessie's daughter, born October 20, 1903. Please e-mail me if you are interested
# 22 - Richard D Wright 03/02/2018 - 09:22 - City: Wilmington - State: DE - Country: United States
John Tipton Boone http://www.pennock.ws/surnames/fam/fam57292.html
On June 26, 1849, J. Goldsborough Bruff was headed to California and noted in his overland diary that he saw the (new) grave of "Dr. J. T. Boon, Aged 29 yrs. Mo." At that time he was on the north bank of the South Platte River about at the present-day town of North Platte, Nebraska on the Oregon/California/Mormon Trail. This was several hundred miles north of the Santa Fe Trail (which had many fewer travelers on it than the O/C/M trail to the north).

I thought you might be interested.
Richard Rieck
Professor Emeritus
Dept. of Geography
Western Illinois Univ.
# 21 - Richard Rieck 01/11/2018 - 13:13 - City: Springdale - State: AR - Country: United States
Hello, I was delighted to find information on your site regarding Nehemiah TIce, who is my father's grandfather. We are seeking more information on him and wondered if you knew of any additional facts an also wondered the connection between Nehemiah Tice and your family. He lived most of his life in the Chester County area, buying farms, rehabbing them, selling them and then purchasing another. We know that his father was John Tice, born around 1825 and that his mother was MArtha Love. But we can't seem to get further back then that. Any info you could supply would be greatly appreciated. Thanks- Patricia Tice
# 20 - Patricia M. Tice 09/09/2017 - 18:30 - City: ROCHESTER - State: NY - Country: United States
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