GUESTBOOK I’m so glad you stopped by “Relatively Speaking”, Please let me know you’ve been here by leaving a comment on this page. Happy researching! Advertisements Like this:Like Loading... 24 thoughts on “GUESTBOOK” Hi, Carla — I enjoyed looking through your pages. I always wondered how we were related to the Currier and Ives connection! Hi, My name id Diane Sterner and I am a Research Analyst from from Pennsylvania, in the United States. I’m not sure where you are located. I’m doing Research for a friend on the Coffin Family and I just had to tell you how Wonderful your Website is. Thank you for sharing your Families Information. Sincerely, Diane Sterner Thanks for information on Rev. Nicholas Noyes. I always knew that there was a “fire and brimstone” preacher of Salem in the family but I didn’t know which one. I am a direct decendent (well, 13 generations) of Rev. James Noyes, uncle of Rev. Nicholas Noyes. Check out my website and learn more. The Noyes Family Tree starts with Rev. William Noyes, father of James and Nicholas, Sr. Very Nice! If you need any Noyes material, I have all the original Genealogy books of Harriette Eliza Noyes Vol. 1 and 2 Col. Henry E Noyes Vol. 1 and 2 And all the original manuscripts. My Direct Pedigree is James Noyes brother of Nicholas Noyes My husband is a decendent of Tristam Coffin Jr. We have some old books and I was reseaching a “Whittier Birthday Book” that we have and that is how I came across your site. Most excellent web site. We are still researching his family and will refer to this page in the future. Hi — interesting page — I recently found out that I’m a direct descendent of Mary Towne Estey, so I was interested to see your web site. I live in New Brunswick (in Canada) but still have relatives in the Salem area. My relationship to Mary Town Estey is through my Father: my Father: Robert W. Currie my Grandfather: George Gordon his Father: Charles H Currie his Father: George W Currie his Mother: Dorothy Estey also spelled (Easty, Esty) (who married David Currie, George W Currie’s Father) her Father: Zebulon Estey his Father: Richard Estey his Father: Isaac Estey his Mother: Mary Towne married to Isaac Estey Sr. Hi Carla, I was interested to see the name Iva Olson (wife Irma) mentioned in your conversations with your father. I have been ‘chasing’ Iva Olson born C1894 Oregon. I wonder if your Iva might have a connection with my Olson family, if you happen to know more of him. Regards, Denise. Hi, Just doing research on my grandfather (13x back) Gov William Bradford and your website came up. Guess I’m a very distant cousin. I have the family Tree back to Gov William Bradford. Thank you, Richard Beauregard firstname.lastname@example.org Johnstown, PA LOVE THIS CARLA YOU ARE VERY TALENTED-GARY WALTERS -KRISTENS- PA -IN LAW It is good conception to make something like that! 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I had been tiny bit acquainted of this your broadcast offered bright clear idea Yes! Finally something about Methods For corporate events – A Background. I recently found a connection to Mary while doing some genealogical research. I am very curious and while looking around I ran across your sight. Thank you. It was very informative and I hope that many more descendants find their way to your guestbook. Thanks.. This is great 🙂 My maiden name is Estey…a descendant of Isaac and Mary Towne’s line. Thank you for the information on Tristram Coffin. You have a very interesting website. Came across your web sight. Very interesting Really put together. My wife is a Frost, and ancestor is Nicholas Frost. Nicely done. I am working on history from Richard back into Scotland. I’m try;ing to find the link back to one of the Clans, MacPherson, I believe we are a sept of MacMurich->McCurry->Currie->Currier, but its only a theory at this point. Guy Richard Currier, descendant of Richard from 1640 in America Hi Carla — Thanks for posting your family history. I’m also descended from the Towne family (Joseph, the brother of the three sisters accused in the Salem Witch Trials). Best wishes — Kelly Thank You for gathering such wonderful history. I enjoyed learning about the Hardy family. My Gramma was a Hardy and told me my ancestors came to America as indentured servants in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. I’m just starting to be interested and learn about my family history. Thank you -Julie-Alice Recently discovered that I am a descendant of Tristam Coffin, down thru Davis, Goodson, Hutzler, Jones, Bowman line. Thank you for this site. Bette Bowman Haddon Thanks for the info on my ancestor, Thomas Hardy, an early settler in Mass. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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