Another record and another disappointment. Today I am posting the Death Register record from East Randolph, NY for Carrie (Kanistanaux) Horton.
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Carrie’s 1931 Death Record
Horton Family Records
Our friend Randy Blood shared some wonderful photos of the family records contained in a bible story book he recently found while visiting with relatives in New York State. What a treasure!
1920 Death Record for Isaac Kanistanaux
In June I hired a researcher using the genealogyfreelancers.com service to retrieve records for me. They are now starting to dribble in. So, today I will take a break from the Paris Expo series to post the first of my new records.
Today I am posting the Death Register entry for Isaac Henry Kanistanaux.
Lee-o-netto’s Death Notice
Another wonderful find by our new friend, Randy Blood. This one is a real puzzler!
Is This Marleah in 1870?
I have been searching for Layton & Marleah in census records prior to the 1875 NY State Census. I had no luck searching on the family name Kanistanaux. I decided to try just “Marleah” in an 1870 census search. I was surprised and very pleased to find a possible candidate.
1880 Census for the Horton Family
Today is the beginning of a series of census records documenting the family of Caroline Augusta Kanistanaux. I found them from 1880 through to 1930, including the New York State Census.
1905 NYS Census for Pomfret, NY
I have one last census record for the Kanistanaux family to post at this time. This is the last one that was easy to locate. I still have other family members with missing census records and have located nothing prior to 1875.
1905 NYS Census for Stockton
I have yet another New York State Census for Stockton, NY done in the year 1905. Nothing of great interest here, but it does help confirm data already collected.
Jesse Marden – A Quick Review
This post will explore what is known about Jesse Marden, a possible son of Edward Marden, Jr. by a prior spouse.
Duke Hamilton Marden – A Quick Review
This post will explore what is known about Duke Hamilton Marden, a possible son of Edward Marden, Jr. by a prior spouse.