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     -- A Special Request
     -- Genealogy Work Assignments
     -- About the Music

A Special Request

This genealogy allows for a "Note" to be associated with every individual but for many of them it is either blank or very skimpy.

I welcome any of you to write a biographical sketch or memoir about any person appearing herein (or yourself) and send it to me for inclusion with the person's genealogical entry. This may seem like an unrewarding task but consider how much you would love to read a paragraph, or just a sentence, written by one of your great grandparents about their life and times or that of their mother or father. If you send something about yourself but do not want it on the web site I will place it only in my master file.

Remember, there is nothing so utterly lost as the chance to ask a question of someone who has died, especially a question to which only they would know the answer.

As I have remarked in the Introduction, to preserve this genealogical work I intend to transcribe my master file into book format and have a limited printing done. Besides placing copies in the hands of some of you I will give copies to public libraries in the major towns and states from which our ancestors came, and into the archives of the Church of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) for long term preservation.

So, please write something now - Before it is too late!


P.S.: If you do not wish to write a finished piece, send me the relevant facts and I'll apply my miserable talents to writing something suitable.   [Contact Me]
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Genealogy Work Assignments

     If anyone wanted to continue working on this genealogy, one place to start is with the end-of-line individuals. These are the ancestors for whom I have either not found the parents, have not found records I believed were credible, or just decided to quit with them because enough is enough.

     There are many of them, 328 on the Gallup side and 77 on the Miles side. To think of tracing all of them is a daunting prospect to say the least so the list has to be pared down. The ancestors with whom I would start would be those most recently living. These would be the people who might be interesting in terms of their having had a hand in the pioneering of America. Let's say those who were probably living in the 1700's or later. Here they are:

Gallup side:
     Mrs. Edward Allen Sr., "Sarah", b. abt. 1650, d. abt. 1720
     Margaret Boehm, born abt. 1749
     John Enos,d. abt. 1798
     Lemira A. Fuller, b. 1818, d. 1851
     Mary Hickey, d. 1783
     Phebe Holmes, b. abt. 1744, d. 1828
     Mrs. Joseph Latham, "Mary", b. abt. 1646, d. abt 1727
     John Marcy, b. abt. 1662, d. 1724
     Mary Morrill, b. 1623, d. 1703/04
     Seymour Sherwood, b. abt. 1776, d. 1853
     Mrs. Seymour Sherwood, "Elizabeth", b. 1783, d. 1864
     Deborah Stallyon, b. 1649/49, d. 1729
     Elizabeth Stone, b. abt. 1733
     Marjorie Stuart, b. 1731/32, d. 1807
     Mary Wyatt, b. 1717, d. 1761

Miles side:
     Elizabeth Baker, b. 1776, d. 1863
     Joseph Curran Sr., b. abt. 1777
     Catherine Dill (or Dillin), b. 1737, d. 1805
     Fanny Ward, b. 1789, d. 1846

The genealogy pages will give you names of spouses and the line which ends with them.

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About the Music:

     The music you should be hearing is totally familiar yet very different, isn't it. It is a variation on the work of Franz Schubert arranged by Catherine Rollin which she names "Ave Maria for a New Millennium".  So far as I know, it is only available in this MIDI rendition which comes with the sheet music.
     Now listen to a vocal rendition of this famous piece by a performer who is definitely not known to be a singer of "art" songs; Nana Mouskouri is a Greek lady who has recorded a prodigious number of albums in the Folk/Pop ballad genre'; I was suprised to hear her try this one.
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