User talk:Abwarfield1969



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Warfield.ged Ready for Review [23 May 2009]

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Just wishing you a hello and thank you. [27 May 2009]

Wow! I can't believe how many pages you have edited on WeRelate. I am wondering if your name is Tony? Mine is Cynthia and my mother is Vivian, who is the sister of your grandma, Louise. Am I correct?--Cynthia 12:06, 27 May 2009 (EDT)

John Shepard and Rebecca Waller [28 May 2009]

Hi, I wanted to let you know that I just cleared your GEDCOM for import and it should finish importing shortly. I noticed that it looks like "John Shepard and Rebecca Waller" in your GEDCOM matches Family:John Shepard and Rebecca Waller (1). Tomorrow the match will appear in your possible-duplicates list, which you can see by selecting "Show duplicates" from the MyRelate menu. You might want to check it out to see if it is indeed a match. Thanks!--Dallan 15:57, 27 May 2009 (EDT)

Yep, that's me. Hi, there.

I got sucked into this last year when had their free week(end) offer. I got Tom hooked also, and he and I have been working on the tree here intensely last week when he was here in Florida on vacation. We added pictures of people that Bob and Louise had round the house. I tried to show Tom how I added some of the people to the tree by searching for geneaologies on the internet. I just happened to search for Amos Butterfield and we found the picture that you have of the entire family. Tom and I didn't take any notice of the site or the author of the page; we were only interested in the picture. It was only after he left and I continued to work on the tree that I noticed that I continued to come back to your tree and that I put 2 & 2 together from a card that you had sent my grandparents of your new job at the library. In fact, Tom was thinking about contacting you, thinking that you had information on the Bosley & Stacy families. He has been working with my grandpa's sister Evelynn as she is the "historian" for the Taylor side.

Here's hoping to work with you.

Tony Warfield--Abwarfield1969 22:11, 27 May 2009 (EDT)

Warfield.ged Imported Successfully [27 May 2009]

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Family Lines [28 May 2009]

I have gotten quite a bit done lately on the Bosley line; I just haven't gotten it all up on WeRelate. With the help of Family Search labs, I got quite a bit of information on the Butterfields and Bosleys. The Record Search contains Michigan births, marriages, and deaths. Another great source for Michigan is That site has death certificates from 1897 to 1920 that were sent to the State of Michigan. I located Frank Bosley's obit when I did a Google search. Fantastic item -- I hope to get it on his page soon. Please let Tom know that he can contact me anytime.--Cynthia 08:08, 28 May 2009 (EDT)

Cohoon [23 May 2012]


 You are watching a Stephen Cohoon I believe. He is in my direct line. If I may ask, who is he to you?
Thank you,
Daniel--Cohoonproject 22:25, 24 February 2012 (EST)


I am related to the Cohoon family through my mother's side of the family. Her paternal grandfather's mother was Mary Elizabeth Cohoon. I don't know which Stephen Cohoon you are refering to as I have two in the family, 1st - Stephen Cohoon (1833-1888) is my first cousin five times removed, and 2nd - Stephen Cohoon (1789-1858) is my 4th great grand uncle. So as I can tell Joseph Cohoon would be our first direct ancestor, the father of Stephen, Charles, and Lidick.

Anthony Brian Warfield (1969- ) son of Janet Kay Taylor (1949- ) daughter of Harlan Robert Taylor (1927- ) son of Carlton Harold Taylor (1902-1986) son of Mary Elizabeth Cohoon (1865-1943) daughter of John Charles Cohoon (1824-1897) son of Charles R Cohoon (1795-1876) son of Joseph Cohoon (1755-1821) father of Stephen and father of Lidick Stephen Cohoon (1789-1858) Lidick Cohoon (1802-1888) father of Stehpen Cohoon (1833-1888)

Regards, Anthony Warfield--Abwarfield1969 21:54, 22 May 2012 (EDT)