10010Re: New to groups
- Jan 9, 2007Hi Amy,
I too am fairly new to this, but you mentioned that you were looking
for information on the Highley's in the Kansas area. Although, not
directly related. One of the people in my husband's tree married as
a second wife Harriet Ellis Hazelwood (b c 1840 in Kentucky died 24
April 1914 Neodesha, Wilson, Kansas)whose first husband was a
Highley (I think it was Osmond W (no proof)- Census data shows he
was born in England). Harriet's second husband was Stacy Penn (23
Nov 1823 - 6 Mar 1894) who is in my husband's line if you want more
information on Stacy, please contact me. Harriet had 3 Highley
1. George Highley (b 1862 in IL) m Sarah ? b. 1872 in IN
2. Zerah Alva Highley (Male) (b. 1864 in Iowa)
3. Martha Highley B 1865 in IL m. ? Wilson
I haven't found any record of Stacy and Harriet's marriage and
Stacy's first wife was still alive. It's interesting that census
data shows that after Stacy's death, Harriet is referred to as
Harriet Highley again.
Hope this helps and if you have more information, I'd be interested
in seeing it.
I also have an open question concerning Spanish last names in the
1800's. Does anyone know if Del Refugio has any meaning (I think I
heard that it means the person is an orphan, but I don't understand
the hispanic/spanish last name meanings)?
Diligently searching for Charles Victor Maris b 1886 in Chicago,
Cook Co, IL and his parents. His death certificate says his
mother's maiden name is PLEE.
Maria Del Refugio Martinez (b 02 1841 in Pitiquito, Sonora, Mexico,
d 23 June 1935 in Los Angeles Co, CA) and her parents.
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