Family History Search Consulting Services

Hourly rates start at $45 up front for each hour. Special records may require small one time fees that I will notify you of beforehand.

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I am available for whatever family search needs you have. I offer a 20 minute free consultation so we can discuss your needs and whether or not I will be able to meet them. Please keep in mind brick walls can be unsurpassable for many years but I will do my best. I will be consulting with your throughout my research to get the information I need to move forward and will report back to you with whatever information I find. In the past I have found burial sites, photographs, paperwork to fulfill Sons /Daughters of the American Revolution requirements, military records and more.

Please email me at ctlazos@utica.edu for your free consultation, or reach me at any of my social media sites listed under contacts.

Sophia Sears Delane and Peter Delane, my 4th great grandfather and great grandmother on my mothers side

Private Peter Delane

Service Record:  
Enlisted as a Private on 28 September 1861 at the age of 24.

Mustered Out Company I, 24th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 20 Jan 1866 at Richmond, VA.

Enlisted in Company I, Massachusetts 24th Infantry Regiment on 02 Oct 1861.Mustered out on 20 Jan 1866 at Richmond, VA.

OBITUARY:

DeLANE-At Faxton hospital „ Utica,

Saturday. Sept. 18 Peter DeLane, aged

72 years.

The death of Peter DeLane occurred

At Faxton hospital followings an amputation of the right leg: above the knee,

Since May he had been a resident of

Chadwick. making- his home with his

daughter, Mrs. Wm. R. Hull. He is

survived by one son, Adelbert, of Neillsville.

Wis.. and one daughter, Mrs.

Hull, besides two sisters Mrs. John

King, of Belmont, and Mrs. Sarah Gero,

of Chateaugay Lake, and four brothers.

Nelson, of Massachusetts; George, of

Oklahoma; James of Washington state,

and David of Lowville. Four half-brothers

including L. P. Laduke, of Malone,

survive. Mr. DeLane was a veteran

of the Civil war. a member of Wm. D.

Brennan Post , a kind father and will

be sadly missed.

Sophia Sears Delane was born in 1847, still doing research on her origin.

From FindaGrave

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/55632534/peter-delane

&

The Malone Farmer 1909

Sophia Sears Delane and Peter Delane, my 4th great grandfather and great grandmother on my mothers side

Private Peter Delane

Service Record:  
Enlisted as a Private on 28 September 1861 at the age of 24.

Mustered Out Company I, 24th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 20 Jan 1866 at Richmond, VA.

Enlisted in Company I, Massachusetts 24th Infantry Regiment on 02 Oct 1861.Mustered out on 20 Jan 1866 at Richmond, VA.

OBITUARY:

DeLANE-At Faxton hospital „ Utica,

Saturday. Sept. 18 Peter DeLane, aged

72 years.

The death of Peter DeLane occurred

At Faxton hospital followings an amputation of the right leg: above the knee,

Since May he had been a resident of

Chadwick. making- his home with his

daughter, Mrs. Wm. R. Hull. He is

survived by one son, Adelbert, of Neillsville.

Wis.. and one daughter, Mrs.

Hull, besides two sisters Mrs. John

King, of Belmont, and Mrs. Sarah Gero,

of Chateaugay Lake, and four brothers.

Nelson, of Massachusetts; George, of

Oklahoma; James of Washington state,

and David of Lowville. Four half-brothers

including L. P. Laduke, of Malone,

survive. Mr. DeLane was a veteran

of the Civil war. a member of Wm. D.

Brennan Post , a kind father and will

be sadly missed.

Sophia Sears Delane was born in 1847, still doing research on her origin.

From FindaGrave

https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/55632534/peter-delane

&

The Malone Farmer 1909

YES. ALL. WOMEN.

Domestic abuse escalates from emotional abuse, and the longer we allow the people surrounding us to get away with being emotionally toxic and manipulative, the longer we continue to see little girls like Brittanee Drexel be raped and murdered. If we give people (and leaders especially) a free pass on using language that regards women as objects for sex, we stretch the rules about the rules and even worse things become okay. Don’t let the norm be treating the women in your life as disposable, don’t take them for granted. So much of the world leans on women to be good mothers, shaping the future. Then, we’re still expected to hold a steady job and keep a clean home and food on the table. Traditional gender roles are more than just a restricting ideology. Women deserve more. Our girls deserve a better future, and our kids deserve fathers that don’t run away. Love each other better.

I just hope you know, it is not. your. fault.

I̳s̳ ̳t̳h̳i̳s̳ ̳t̳h̳e̳ ̳b̳e̳s̳t̳ ̳w̳e̳ ̳c̳a̳n̳ ̳d̳o̳?̳

Putting a little into each thing until we’re all used up?

There’s not enough sun in the day

at the end we should have something

even if it’s just love

Stay away from people that take from you until you’re empty

their souls can’t ever be full

they can’t ever be happy

know your worth

don’t spend your life validating men that will always be lost

Always moving on

Always holding on

Instead of climbing up

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