|My ASAY Ancestry
goes back to New Jersey and Phillidelphia, Pennsylvania in the 1770's. There must be
Revolutionary War soldiers and stories to go along with them. We need to find them.
My ASAY people married HENDRICKS, PEDRICKS, and STINSONS.
They are included here.
|Time line and document list for
Time Line & Document List - pdf format
William Pedrick Asay and daughter
Mabel Asay Lamoreaux
|William Pedrick Asay History
was born 4 July 1842, in New Jersey to Joseph Asay and
Sarah Ann Pedrick.
He married Arminda Alice Hendricks, 1886, in Arizona.
|Joseph Asay & Sarah Ann Pedrick - pdf format
DESCENDANTS OF JOSEPH and SARAH ANN ASAY
COMPILED by Flossie W. Asay
Here are two histories of Sarah Ann and Joseph Asay
Sarah Ann & Joseph Asay by Elnora Asay Thompson
Sarah Ann & Joseph Asay by Elnora Asay Thompson - pdf format
Joseph Asay & Sarah Ann Pedrick - PDF Format
William Pedrick Asay married Arminda Alice Hendricks
whose parents were
James William and Lucy Susan Stinson Hendricks.
Sarah Ann Pedrick was the daughter of
William Pedrick and Phebe Borton
Lucy Susan Stinson married James William Hendricks
|Joseph Asay was born 17 Feb 1823, in New Jersey,
son of Isaac Asay & Phebe Johnson. He was
disowned by his father when he married Sarah Ann
Pedrick and they joined the Mormon Church
|Asay Slide Show - pdf format
A slide show containing pictures and stories of
my Asay ancestors. They are
Joseph & Sarah Ann Asay,
William Pedrick & Arminda Alice Asay,
Mabel Asay and
Included here are pictures and stories of the
settlement on "The Muddy."
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|Mabel Asay was born 11 Nov 1887 in Arizona. She lived there all
her life and died in 1984. She married Ray Delos Lamoreaux
and they had 12 children. They moved around in the northeast
towns and cities and then finally to Mesa. She wrote her
autobiography. She was an artist and a poet.
|Terry Streeter shared wonderful poem
about our Asay Ancestors called
Family Trails - pdf format
|Asay Family History
Definitely Known Asay History
Beginings - pdf format
Definitely Known ASAY History
of my Asay family
|Check out this link to
On the FamilySearch.org site
Just type the person you are interested in finding
Family Search has documents on many ancestors available to view
view on line or order films it to be sent to a Family History Center near you
|John and Deborah Lamoreaux Leithead
also settled "The Muddy" with our Asay family.
Deborah is a Lamoreaux cousin who left Canada
about the same time our Lamoreaux families left.
For a sketch of their experiences see:
Short Sketch of John Leithead