Hi!I decided to post here rather than on the "Brundage" message board, as my Brundidge ancestors definitely used this spelling, rather than keeping the Brundage spelling.I have been away from my genealogy research for awhile, so I may be "behind" some of you in solving the mysteries of this line.I ask for your patience with me and your forgiveness.My great-grandfather was Alva Alexander Brundige, born in Hand, South Dakota Territory, on February 03, 1885.His father was Francis Wesley Brundidge, born August 13, 1858, in Iowa.His father was Nathaniel G. Brundidge, born April 27, 1836 in Pennsylvania, most likely, although some believe it may have been in New York.He married Rachel Aurella Soesbe August 25, 1856 in Anamosa, Jones County, Iowa.It looks like they may have had 5 children including Francis Wesley.I have lots of information I am happy to share on this line, but I still have some "gaps" in my information that I would like to "clean up" as I am trying to get a family history book done in time for Christmas gift giving this year, and this is my mother's family.Some of the remaining "gaps" or questions I still have are: Does anyone have complete birthdates, death dates, etc. for Nathaniel's and Rachel's children? For some, I just have a year.Also, does anyone have a city in Pennsylvania where Nathaniel was born? And, does anyone have the city in Iowa where his son, Francis Wesley was born?Does anyone know if there is a family bible in existence for this branch of the family tree?Does anyone know why some Brundish's later became Brundage and others became Brundidge?I believe Nathaniel's parents to be Mastin Brundidge and Mary Ann Mead....has anyone who is researching this line been able to verify this without a doubt?I know we've all faced the Mastin, Marston, Marstin, Masten problem.....Finally, does anyone happen to have pictures of gravestone markers for any of the above?THANK YOU!!!