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Guess today teachers accept various names without question. Gabriels Cemetery in Columbia County who turned out to be a Peterman cousin. Alexander Colley, brother of Anne, also owned many acres of land in now Norristown and Montgomery Co., Penna.She had letters written from 1841 to 1871 to her stepson, William Bartleson Peterman. Alexander married Abigail Coulston, a Quaker, had a son named Jonathan Colley. Her brother Cephas Bartleson married Ann Batcheler.There is no simple way to record what Helen did for the recording of local history. She never, like many of us, could find those missing links that kept driving her on to research right up to the very end. She was a treasure trove of data that just never got organized enough to post-entire families which was her dream.I have been doing genealogy for about 65 years, tried to read census records at the Mesa Family History Library since 1985 so I understand how difficult they are to decipher.
I also know many people in those years could not read or write so we should be thankful to those who struggled to do so.
Helen is survived by her three children, five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews; and sister, Evelyn Warburton, Lightstreet.