4842Re: [RI_Ancestors] Re: Looking for Arnolds
- Jun 16, 2011If your looking for Arnolds... ..my husband had a Dorcus Arnold b 1732-1825..who married David Cargill... her father was Daniel 1699-1773,,,,,his father was Richard 1642-1710...and his father was Thomas Arnold..b. England 1599 -1674 d. R.I. These would be the R.I.connections..
Carole Potter Cargill
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From: "ntmauro43" <ntmauro43@...>
To: "RI Ancestors" <RI_Ancestors@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2011 5:47:23 PM
Subject: [RI_Ancestors] Re: Looking for Arnolds
Alan, You might want to try the papers that Violet Kettelle left. She may have researched Arnold's along with Briggs. She did so many local families. Call me I can get onto the DAR website 706-636-2657 and I will do any look ups for you that you want.
--- In RI_Ancestors@yahoogroups.com , anne-ology <researchology2@...> wrote:
> Just a couple suggestions you may or may not have done:
> have you contacted the NSDAR - National Society - for any
> information they might have?
> have you contacted the local DAR chapters in the greater area?
> have you contacted the NSSAR - National Society Sons of the Am.
> have you contacted the local SAR chapters in the greater area?
> On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 10:35 AM, A F Clarke <bozone@...> wrote:
> Hi all,
> > I just know there are some of you who can make my
> > job a little easier. I have transcribed some historical
> > works by the late Emily Gertrude Arnold (12/10/1884 -
> > 1/29/1935, Nathanael Greene Ch, DAR) who lived on the
> > Warwick line with East Greenwich. I transcribe and make
> > such texts available at the town library as I find them,
> > since they can't seem to be found anywhere else.
> > She was the daughter of Andrew J. and Laura (Brown)
> > Arnold. She was the granddaughter of Stephen A. and Ann
> > E. Smith (sic), and ?? father's line Arnold. I suspect
> > she was a descendant of William Arnold, who owned the
> > Arnold Tavern in East Greenwich during the Revolution.
> > Gertrude Arnold was the official historian for East
> > Greenwich's 250th birthday celebration in 1927. Oddly,
> > though pictures are published of just about everyone on
> > the committees for that event, Miss Arnold's picture is
> > not. She never married, but I would like to know if
> > there are any collateral line descendants who might have
> > a picture of her. These deceased town historians are
> > getting lost along with the histories they wrote.
> > Since we might be speaking of living individuals,
> > it's fine to contact me off-list.
> > Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.
> > Alan Clarke
> > East Greenwich
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