Linda Hermans said:
January 15, 2015 at 12:32 PM
Somehow I did not know about this. Thanks!
Allen F. Roberts said:
December 29, 2015 at 12:38 AM
Hello Cousins of the Losee side– Al Roberts here, son of Ruth Fraleigh Roberts, herself daughter of Curtis Fraleigh, he the brother of Rose Fraleigh Losee. Finding this website and its photos was a very happy surprise! Happy 2016– Polly & Al Roberts, Los Angeles
Deborah Thomas Norling said:
March 10, 2019 at 4:58 PM
Thank you for this amazing bounty of historical goodies.
I only recently discovered your site, after finding out that I am descended from Jacob Thomas of the historical old Red Hook Inn/Thomas House/Tavern, and while googling random bits and pieces discovered your treasure trove of history.
You have given me quite a gift which has helped to fill in a chapter or two of my Dad’s heritage which was a bit of a mystery due to the estrangement of my paternal Grandpa.
I also discovered a 2nd cousin on your blog, after she thanked you in 2016 for your great work, though sadly, she has passed away , which I found after “googling ” her name, was hoping to exchange info with her, still it gave me another name and subsequent names to add to the family tree.
I look forward to sifting through the archives whether or not they pertain directly to my family.
THANK YOU AGAIN!
Deborah Thomas Norling
Ellen Roberts said:
January 4, 2022 at 5:57 PM
Hi there- do you have any posts that help explain the Losee tree connections in Dutchess County? Am part of the New Hamburg branch of Losees and wonder if/how they connect with the Red Hook or other Dutchess County Losees. Thanks in advance!
March 16, 2022 at 10:42 AM
I can probably help in regards to the Losees in Dutchess County, I’ll email you. Thanks! Sarah
Ann Bookman said:
January 11, 2022 at 9:03 AM
I just found out about your new book on the z Jackson Corners Quilt – and am very excited! We have a house on Church Road in Jackson Corners and I am very curious to see if the folks who owned our house in the 1800s have their names on the quilt. We have some photos of them.
I would love to connect to see what information you may have on the residents of Church Road or other information on the village of Jackson Corners when it was a stop on the train.
Hope to hear from you and best wishes for the success of your book,
March 16, 2022 at 10:40 AM
Ann, Thanks so much! I’m only getting to approving comments today, sorry for the wait. I will email you~
Bernice & Roger Leonard said:
January 17, 2022 at 12:14 PM
Roger and I thank you for sending us a copy of the book you wrote about the 1903 Jackson Corners Signature Quilt. What a tremendous work you have published of interest to residents (and former ones) of Northern Dutchess and Southern Columbia Co.
Your research into the backgrounds of those who produced the needlework seems so thorough!
Again, our thanks and best wishes to you!
March 16, 2022 at 10:41 AM
Thanks so much Bernice!!
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