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Re: LOOKING FOR RICHARD E. WALDO CIVIL WAR TIME
Posted by: Sally Giannandrea (ID *****2273) Date: July 21, 2002 at 14:05:57
In Reply to: Re: LOOKING FOR RICHARD E. WALDO CIVIL WAR TIME by Victor Edward Waldo of 710

Hi Victor!
Well, I should have started right off with this info:
1.George Waldo + Sarah Ellen Jagger
2.Ellen Melvine Waldo + Ralph Albert Weston
3.Helen Weston + Edward Martin Furlong (had 2 children)
4.Elizabeth Longfellow Furlong + Robert Bruce Merrifield
(have 6 children)
5.Sally June Merrifield (me) + Frank Henry Giannandrea
6.our 2 kids: Joseph Carmen and Helen Lorene Giannandrea

I knew and was named for Aunt Sally (Sarah Kent Weston Simmons). She died about 10 years ago.
Also, Ellen Melvine and Ralph Albert Weston had another son, Daniel Tuttle Weston, born in 1900, died about 3 years ago in San Diego, where he was a practicing physician until the age of 98.(Still making housecalls!)He had 20 grand children, and his wife is still living.
I don't know how much you have (or want) on the descendants of Ellen and Ralph, but my Mom can give you PLENTY!, including photos of almost all of them (even Ellen Melvine).

By the way, I've seen Talitha, Tabitha,Tallathe, and Dalithe Kingsbury and Kingsley all referring to the same person in the Windham County Vital Records- Just to keep us on our toes, I guess! I know she was born about 1726 probably in Norwich, CT; died Jan. 18, 1789 (in her 63rd year),in Windham; and was married Feb. 3, 1746/7. I have her father's family back to her grandfather Joseph Kingsbury,Sr., who came from England by 1637, but all the women are dead ends so far-her mother's a blank, her grandmother was Love Ayers, and her great-grandmother was Milicent.

Thanks again for your help!--Sally




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