Recent content by mamswift

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    Sorden Family

    Guy, thank you for all of your efforts in trying to solve this puzzle. We will be in this area next weekend and we'll see how close we can get. MaryAnn
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    Sorden Family

    Guy, Not that I'm aware of. My great grandmother was Laura Emma Sorden Martin and her sister was Olive Sorden Giberson. There were no males in that line. Their brother Joseph died in infancy. MaryAnn
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    Sorden Family

    Sorry I had given up on trying to find the bogs. I am going to be in the area in 2 weeks and would appreciate any new info.
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    Sorden Family

    Guy, Yes. Thanks for all the information you have shared to this point. I really appreciate it.
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    Sorden Family

    Guy, where did you find the "hits" that you listed above? Do you know or have any information at all on the Sorden family? As I mentioned earlier, we have only been able to go back as far as John H. Sorden. Don't have any idea who his parents were. Thanks, MaryAnn
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    Sorden Family

    Thanks Guy, If this area within the Wharton Forest? Do you know if there are foundations from the homes still there? I think we were in the vicinity. We found brick foundations immediately after crossing a bridge that appeared to go over bogs. There were several foundations including what...
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    Sorden Family

    Teegate - this is the map we were using. The Sorden property was located south of Tabernacle and East of Indian Mills.
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    Sorden Family

    Thank you TeeGate - I had not seen some of that before. John H. Sorden was my great, great grandfather and the Sorden family has been a mystery to us for a long time. We have absolutely no info on John H. Sorden's parents. I was in the Wharton Forest area in March and thought we stumbled upon...
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    Sorden Family

    I am trying to find information on the Sorden family that owned cranberry bogs and lived in Indian Mills/Shamong in the mid to late 1800's. John H. Sorden was married to Theresa Ann Weeks. My information going back stops with John H. It appears that the bogs that were owned by the Sorden family...