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Somehow, your name looks familiar. Perhaps we have corresponded before.
Anyway, my Signor line ends with Eve Signor who married Jacob Shaver.
She was bpd in Rhinebeck 19/Dec/1742. Daughter of John Jacob Signor
b.1703 and Christina Schryver. Grandaughter of Johannes Sickener d.1710
and Anna Apolonia Baam/Boom.
It seems that I recall that Anna Apolonia was with the Palatines who
migrated in 1710 to the Hudson River Valley of New York State. Evidently
her husband, Johannes Sickener, died that same year. (perhaps en route).
Have you uncovered any further info about the origin of the Baam/Boom
and Sickener families in Europe?
I would be pleased to learn where they migrated from. I have a Shaver
relative with whom I correspond. He spent some military time in Germany,
married a German girl, and is fluent with the language. They do return to
Germany occasionally and are familiar with the territory when it comes to
searching. If there was something more to go on, he may be able to help
with the earlier ones of the Baam/Boom and Sickener lines.
Seeking any info on the SIGNOR line or any family that are related to this surname. Heading for St. Lake City next week and would like to re-enforce the CT genealogy that is in my files. The SIGNOR's entered the States back in 1710 and in the early years were located in NY, CT and PA before some moved westward in the 1820's and 1830. Willing to exchange info on this line. Appreciate any information provided.
Why Wait? Move to EarthLink.
Looking for 2 addresses of former homes my ancestors lived in..looked for one on last visit to Walton and couldn't find it. Someone told my cousin there was a fire in Walton that burned part of Delaware street to the ground.. True???
Can someone let me know if there are homes located at 197 and 203 Delaware street. if there are would anyone be able to take digital pics for me. Thanks!!!
Hello All . . .
Updates for today:
1810 Town of Kortright Census - thanks to Terry Thornton
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thanks to Hariett Schultz
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