His last name just keeps getting longer and longer. I found William on the 1830s census in Chariton, Missouri (which matches the record of marriage I found for William Brumet and Sarah “Sally” Evans… 211 more words
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I decided to go page by page with the District 51, Livingston County, Missouri Census of 1850 to see if any Brumets were neighbors. Eighteen households before James Taylor and Mary Bromett appear household #394 (entry 16), William Brumet and his wife Sarah. 125 more words
Ben sent me the 1860 census for Salt River Township, Shelby County, Missouri. Thank you Ben!
We see James (J.W.) is a carpenter, is already married to Geraldine Dennisson, and only Isaiah and Jane are listed from his marriage to Mary A. 355 more words
Trying to post this before tonight’s Finding Your Roots episode.
I noticed the 1850 census showing James and Mary living next to the of the rest of the Taylor family said they were married that year. 74 more words
If you don’t blog about your genealogy journey you really should think about doing it because it’s so much fun. Yes, it is embarrassing if you make a public mistake but this is a great platform to get feedback and ideas from other people and potential collaborators may find you! 294 more words
Assuming the Sarah Jane “Artega” (Ortega) of Santa Fe mentioned in History of Allen and Woodson Counties, Kansas: embellished with portraits of well known people of these counties, with biographies of our representative citizens, cuts of public buildings and a map of each county 393 more words