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Carol Page Tilson (#46543875)
 member for 12 years, 3 months, 20 days
Janet Muff
What a lovely flower

What a lovely flower you left on the Woodbury memorial (38603678). It's wonderful.


Added by Janet Muff on Oct 24, 2014 6:37 PM

Jen Snoots
Emma F. Greene # 11629267
Hi Carol,
You sent

Name: Emma F Greene
Death Date: 30 Jul 1862
Death Place: Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island
Age: 2; Est. Birth Date: 1860
Father's Name: Charles
Mother's Name: Dulinda

Unfortunately FamilySearch has conflicting info:

Emma F Greene
Rhode Island, Deaths and Burials, 1802-1950
birth: 1860
death: 30 July 1862 Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island
father: Charles
mother: Dulinda

Emma F. Greene
Rhode Island, Deaths and Burials, 1802-1950
birth: 1861
death: 25 July 1862 Cumberland, Providence, Rhode Island
father: Charles E. Greene
mother: Selinda

Since neither of us know what is correct, I won't add any of the info.

Added by Jen Snoots on Oct 13, 2014 10:46 AM

John Arsenault
RE: Shirley Mae Colvin
Yes, I found them in the 1930 census and was a little dismayed to see a list of nine children. It should keep me out of trouble for awhile.

Added by John Arsenault on Oct 06, 2014 4:12 PM

John Arsenault
Shirley Mae Colvin
Hi Carol - Thank you for the marriage info for Shirley. I've updated her memorial and linked her to Vollie and to her parents. It also started me on linking her whole family together.

Added by John Arsenault on Oct 06, 2014 7:11 AM

Willoughby Loran Southwick
Thank you for the obit. It has been added. I also agree with you. I think families should be linked together and obits added.
Thank you

Added by Rainbow on Sep 19, 2014 9:27 AM

John Arsenault
Marjorie Colvin
Hi Carol - Thank you for the obit for Marjorie. I generally don't post complete obits published after 1926, particularly when they contain the names of living relatives. I have, however, used the info in the obit to create a brief biography for Marjorie. Let me know if it looks okay to you.


Added by John Arsenault on Sep 17, 2014 3:45 PM

Stephanie McGinnis
RE: Rhoda Barber Nichols
Hello there!
I am a decendant of Maude Nichols and was wondering if you had anything on her family tree?



Added by Stephanie McGinnis on Sep 07, 2014 4:41 PM

Beechwood House ?
Hi Carol. I am in touch with a descendant of Henry Joseph Crevolin who lives in France, and trying to assist her in research of her family.

I came across a family history that mentioned Henry Joseph Crevolin and it contained a picture of a home called Beechwood. I am no longer able to find it. Have you come across information on it in your research of the Crevolin line? Thank you!

Added by Kyroots on Aug 26, 2014 7:17 AM

Theodore Jerolemon
You had left a note on this memorial. I just found an obit, not sure if it helps any.

Cato, July 13. - the sudden
death of Theodore Jorolemon of
Rochester at St. Mary's hospital in
that city. Mr. Jorolemon was born
on a farm near this village and for
29 years conducted a general store
in Cato. About seven years ago he
moved to Rochester and purchased
an interest in the A. H. Oliver & Co.
shoe manufacturing business.
Survived by his wife and a son Raymond A.

Auburn Weekly July 1909

Added by af on Aug 03, 2014 9:02 PM

RE: Stephen James Colvin
How does it look now?

Added by Janglo on Jul 21, 2014 10:42 PM

Jonathan Laing
Asahel B Matteson obit

Thanks for the information. That helps. If I find any others, I will link them in if possible.

Here is his obit. It states brother Clark and sister Rhoda in it and they were still alive from Jared and Polly when he died.

Asahel B. Matteson, for thirteen years an esteemed resident, died yesterday from apoplexy after an illness of fourteen weeks. He was born in Shaftsbury, VT., August 18, 1824 where he lived up until thirteen years ago. He was a carpenter and was for forty two years a member of Red Mountain Lodge F. and A.M. Lodge of Arlington, VT., and was for sixty years a member of the Baptist church. Mr. Matteson was twice married. His second wife was Julia Miller of Hoosick Falls, who and two sons, Alfred Matteson of Shaftsbury and Ernest of South Shaftsbury, VT., a brother Clark Matteson and a sister Miss. Rhode Matteson both of Shaftsbury, survive. The funeral will be held from the house, 28 First Street, tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock. Rev. W. E. Webster officiating.Interment will be in Maple Grove Cemetery.

The Troy Times Wednesday Afternoon, June 22, 1904

I think that Caleb and Jared were brothers but no proof has been found yet. Going from there I have the lines all the way back to Rhode Island in 1646. You and I are related through Solomon Matteson's wife Rosannah Matteson. Her grandfather was Uriah Matteson from Rhode Island.

Jonathan Laing

Added by Jonathan Laing on Jul 19, 2014 1:57 PM

Julie Nathanson
Hudsons in Woodland
I have Edwin E and Julia M. photos.

Added by Julie Nathanson on Jul 14, 2014 6:16 PM

RE: Stephen James Colvin
How does it look now

Added by Janglo on Jul 14, 2014 5:27 PM

RE: Stephen James Colvin
Tell me which side is is tipped toward. Dome times my ipad will flip it but it always looks straight on the iPad

Added by Janglo on Jul 14, 2014 11:11 AM

RE: Lydia Cole Nickerson
Thanks! Are you related?

Added by shirleyw55 on Jul 10, 2014 9:47 PM

Christopher Colvin
Created by: Carol Page Tilson
Record added: Oct 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 78530277

You have him listed as being buried in the Riverside Cemetery in Sterling, Windham, Connecticut. May I ask where you found this information?


He is family.

Added by shirleyw55 on Jul 10, 2014 3:56 PM

Julie Nathanson
RE: Hudsons in Woodland
I have recently been photographing in Woodland. I am concentrating on the older stones. What Hudsons were you looking for?

Added by Julie Nathanson on Jul 02, 2014 4:45 AM

RE: Joseph Washington Parker - memorial #86544844
You are very welcome.

Added by JT on Jun 24, 2014 4:54 PM

Joseph Washington Parker - memorial #86544844
FYI ... I took a photo of the grave marker for Joseph Washington Parker and posted it to the memorial page you created for him.

Added by JT on Jun 24, 2014 2:28 PM

RE: Clark Family
Thanks for your reply Carol. Yes , I think they will do quite well until claimed by their family.

Added by Ann on Jun 24, 2014 1:15 PM

Clark Family
Thank You Carol for providing the link for the father of Edwin N. and Franklin E. Clark. Are the Clark's part of your ancestry? If so , I would be willing to transfer. Ann

Added by Ann on Jun 18, 2014 2:05 PM

Nathan, Levi, Homer Colvin
I accidentally came across these pages and found myself amazed. Nathan > Levi > Homer to Ruth, my dad's mother. . My dad spent summers on the Nathan>Levi Colvin farm. What I am curious about are the connections I've read through this information and what I have read about Nathan Robinson Colvin's parents and when the Colvins arrived here in the U.S.. I see from your postings you think folklore has a different role:-) I had to laugh about the John Calvin story having heard it before. I think it was just the family trying to rationalize how that side of the family was:-) We also heard that previous relatives of Nathan's were lost in the Mohawk Indian Massacre. Apparently at least the stories about Vermont were true. What I have enjoyed on this journey was seeing the names of Robinson, Ford and Church and wondering how connected they were to the families of those names my grandparents visited when we vacationed in Northern Michigan. I saw the marriage record online for Nathan but wondered about his parents. I was just wondering what your connection is?

Added by LMR on Jun 10, 2014 3:47 AM

John Arsenault
Gladys Bryant
Hi Carol - I've added the links you provided and her middle name. Feel free to use the DIY Edit feature. I know you have good sources for the changes you submit. I'm not so sure about other contributors.


Added by John Arsenault on Jun 06, 2014 12:59 PM

Jean (Liz) Fuller
Additional thanks
Thanks for the additional links....yes, need to link Grandfather Eddy to his parents!

Added by Jean (Liz) Fuller on May 28, 2014 5:24 PM

Jean (Liz) Fuller
Thank you!
Thanks Carol for transferring John Eddy to me! I am excited about the Find A Grave web page.

BTW, I worked for 18 years as a fashion illustration for the Cleveland PD...did you happen to work at the PD also?

I no longer live in NE Ohio so seldom get out there but I do have photos of all the tombstones and markers...somewhere in the house and plan to add them as I locate them.

Thanks again!
Liz Fuller

Added by Jean (Liz) Fuller on May 28, 2014 4:40 PM


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