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Re: Josiah (Josias) Churchill (ca. 1613 - 1686)
Posted by: Kristin Anderson (ID *****4305) Date: September 27, 2011 at 15:34:40
In Reply to: Re: Josiah (Josias) Churchill (ca. 1613 - 1686) by Malcolm Churchill of 3037

Hi Malcolm,
Thanks for your reply to my query. I assumed that Josiah is buried in the Newington Cemetery because of this : http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=churchill&GSiman=1&GScid=1998301&GRid=34156325&
although there is no gravestone photo. I arrived at Josiah by working backwards from his well-documented great-grandmother, Corcelia Angenette Churchill (1840-1945). We have her fabulous 18K gold Swiss watch and several photos. DeKalb County, Illinois is a wonderful resource of documentation and I would be happy to have you look at his family tree on ancestry.com. http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/29729996/family?fpid=12211473401. Bogus links is exactly what you mentioned = Winston Churchill and his line of Spencer-Churchills going back to the first Duke of Marlborough. I thinks it is ridiculous, but then...I am looking for documentation, not pipe dreams! My husband has always been curious about the middle name "Spencer" and I can't find it in the family. At any rate, I welcome your comments as I learn more with each new contact. Thanks again! Kris Anderson & Donald Cameron Pierce


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