Recent Comments made by ptamom59

Comments are a great way to add your own thoughts to things you find on Fold3 or add details that don't seem to fit in the body of a Memorial Page or Spotlight.

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Dang! Unreadable. I do hope this can redone.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Milestone Documents: Page 1 · 06 Feb 2014 You

This name should be "BALLOU".

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 14 Sep 2013 You

This name should be "BALLOU".

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 14 Sep 2013 You

This name should be "BALLOU".

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 14 Sep 2013 You

This name should be "BALLOU"

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 14 Sep 2013 You

This is a fine photo and the way they put it together - nice.

Image, found in Spirit of '45: Page 1 · 03 Dec 2012 You

Now I know who she is:(the woman in the middle) Her name is Isabella (nee: Hughes) Kelley. My grandmother's grandmother. That also means she was alive in the 1920's - hopefully.

Image, found in ptamom59's uploads: Women of the Family · 26 Mar 2012 You

'for my son Silas' signed by Elisha Lewis Thank you!

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 75 · 21 Jan 2012 You

At this time John Elting was 19 years of age in 1780. Born 7 Jan 1761.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 11 Dec 2011 You

Son of James and Marytje Elting.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 11 Dec 2011 You

Father James Elting - born 15 Feb 1736 in New York. Married Marytje Van Steenbergen also of New York (born 3 Jul 1737).

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 11 Dec 2011 You

Transcribed wrong. His name is supposed to be Hendrick ELTING.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 11 Dec 2011 You

His name is supposed to be William ELTING.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 1 · 11 Dec 2011 You

He is quoting Melville? Good grief!

Image, found in Pentagon Papers: Page 7 · 15 Jul 2011 You

Looks like Ingersol.

Image, found in Constitutional Convention Records: 3 · 20 Mar 2011 You

That is funny! Maybe he was HOPING for 383!

Spotlight: incorrect addition... · 20 Mar 2011 You

Almost all; to a man, volunteered for the duration of the war!

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 2 · 16 Mar 2011 You

25 May 1778 in Bristol, Rhode Island - Britain destroyed 22 dwellings and a church during a raid.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 59 · 16 Mar 2011 You

Found a Jeremiah Wilkee on these rolls.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 8 · 16 Mar 2011 You

On this page there are numerous "transcription errors". The names should read MOSEMAN. Also LYONS, SARLES (I think this is how to spell Sarles) SEELY,

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 63 · 20 Feb 2011 You