|ldjw||middle neck graves|
Are you related to the copps you have submitted the memorials for? I am quite sure they are all related yet there are no links to each other. can you add them if I supply the information?
Added by ldjw on Jun 12, 2011 2:58 PM
I found the wife of Henry. The name in the title is different from the gravestone and the spelling I have. Sorry to have bothered you.Were you related to them?
Added by ldjw on May 21, 2011 9:29 AM
You have a memorial to Henry A Copp in New Hampshire. I had seen a picture of the stone for Lovinia Copp(wife) on find a grave also. I have added it to my family tree. However, now I am looking for it again and can't locate it. Were yo theone that placed it on here and if so do you know why I can no longer findit on Find a grave. Thansk for your help.
Added by ldjw on May 21, 2011 7:31 AM
|Elizabeth Nuckols Lee||Bean Family|
Frances Annetta Fitzhugh Bean, wife of John A. Bean was a Virginian, born in my county, King George. She married John here. I am interested in any information you or someone you know might have regarding this family. I am a distant relative and published a book on our family (the Fitzhughs) in 1995. I'm getting ready to re-publish the book and would love to have more information on this line - for instance: How did Wiley A. Bean die at 19 years old? He and a sister Sarah (who died here in King George) were the only children born in Virginia. The daughters of John F. Bean, Annie and Gladys disappear because I do not know who they married. Does anyone know that? Thank you for anything you could add to our tree.
Added by Elizabeth Nuckols Lee on Apr 08, 2011 9:09 AM
|Pat Van Den Berghe||civil war momument pine grove manchester, nh|
I am currently doing the soldiers that did not return home and are buried in unknown graves from the NH 4th Regiment company E. I noticed you had two allens, and I think it is the same memorial. The front had a placque missing from it. If you check out Benjamin Allen, I have a picture of the lone soldier, if you would like me to upload it to the soldiers you have let me know and I will be happy to do it
Added by Pat Van Den Berghe on Dec 11, 2010 9:08 PM
|Donna S||Mason Cemetery|
Hi, Bruce. I was so glad to find my great-uncle George R. Price and my great-aunt Harriet amongst your photos. If you return to the cemetery, I would be so grateful for a shot of their headstones.
Added by Donna S on Nov 02, 2010 7:51 PM
|Dick Hubley||Amos Martin Paine|
Amos Paine was one of my wife's relatives. His date of Birth was 9 Sep 1781, Chester, Rockingham, NH
Added by Dick Hubley on Nov 01, 2010 1:19 PM
|Barbara Anne Potter||Memorial# 22441473|
You have the Birth added as the death. According to the inscription. Birth and death needs to be fixed.
Death: Jul. 24, 1778
Jeremiah Shaw Born July 24, 1778 Died Dec. 7, 1854
New Hampshire, USA
Plot: Ninth Row
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
Created by: Bruce
Record added: Oct 25, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22441473
Added by Barbara Anne Potter on Oct 26, 2010 7:06 PM
|1_might_B_1||Bean Cemetery in Moultonborough|
Charles D. Kelley son of Jonathan Kelley and Loaca Blackey. Born in Moultonborough. Died in Moultonborough. 66y 7m 1d and Married
Added by 1_might_B_1 on Sep 08, 2010 5:04 PM
|Rain Brings Rainbows||Permission to copy photo|
Your photos of Burial Hill Plymouth ~ if possible, I wish to include them in my family history. Nothing commercial or website.
Credit will be given as courtesy of (your name).
Please respond...Thank you!
Added by Rain Brings Rainbows on Aug 29, 2010 3:30 PM
|GraveBard||NH Poet Laureate|
I am going to try and find the Chocorua, NH cemetery tomorrow. I don't see a street address and am wondering if you could tel me what part of town it is in? It looks like it is up on a small hill?
Thanks if you know. Walter Skold
Added by GraveBard on Jul 10, 2010 4:25 PM
|Robert Bailey||Elijah Smart & Elijah, Jr.|
Thanks so much for the excellant photos of 2 of my ancestors that I have been looking for. I found out where they were buried at the GenWeb site and added them to Mad River. I have a notion that Mr's wife and Jr's mother Ruth (Peters) Smart is nearby, but I have no info.
I, too, am a volunteer photographer in North Stonington, CT.
Thanks again and especially for your were quick response.
Added by Robert Bailey on Jul 06, 2010 5:48 AM
|Carolyn Gray||Edward Gray Sr|
Thank you Bruce for sharing Edward. I have been adding more and more links to his 2 wives and 13 children! Carolyn Gray
Added by Carolyn Gray on May 17, 2010 11:08 PM
Hi Bruce, FYI I added some pictures for the Abbott Plot Pine Grove Cemetery, Manchester NH
Added by Stan Garrity on May 09, 2010 10:06 AM
|George Varney||Eliphalet B Smith|
The middle name of this individual is Bryant.
He is my 2nd GGrandFather. Hiswife was Mary J Leavitt
Added by George Varney on Jul 28, 2009 8:01 PM
|Cheryl Dooley||John Howland, Burial Hill, Plymouth, MA|
I believe there is a misprint in bio saying John Howland was 14 when he came over on Mayflower. Would probably be 28. He was born about 1592 and ship sailed in 1620.
But I do thank you for putting on the memorial.
I am descended from his daughter Desire.
Added by Cheryl Dooley on Jun 11, 2009 1:50 PM
|Gary Bonney||Arthur H Weeks|
I take it you wanted to keep the memorials of Arthur and Perme. Did you want me to give you the full names so you can edit their bios.
Let me Know.
Added by Gary Bonney on Jan 24, 2009 10:15 PM
|Barbara||William A. Kelley|
I just found this grave info. Thank you. This Kelley may be my grandfather. Have to research it more though.
Added by Barbara on Jan 23, 2009 10:25 PM
|Gary Bonney||Arthur Weeks 22207466|
I don't know if I already contacted you about Weeks in Brown Cemetery, sometimes I get swamped in paper.
At this time I have two people in my family tree:
Arthur Horace Weeks 22207466 and his wife Perne W Weeks 22207465. Are you related to them. I have some corrections for you Arhurs full name is Arthur Horace Weeks b. dec11,1880, d. jan29,1934. His wife full name is Perne Wadleigh (Brown) Weeks. b. dec11,1879 d. sep30,1918.
2 children Maxine Elizabeth Weeks and Raymond Arthur Weeks.
If you are related please contact me so we can compare notes. If you are not would you mind transfering them to me.
I will be contacting you again with Browns. I am looking into them
Looking forward to hearing from you
Added by Gary Bonney on Jan 20, 2009 1:07 PM
|Dolly Easterday||Kelly(ey) Photos|
Bruce, yes I now see you did add other photos. I believe all the Kellys in that cemetery are probably related no way or another. I now know that some are sons and daughter-in-laws and probably some are their children and babies. Again, thank you so much for sharing these.
Added by Dolly Easterday on Jul 14, 2008 11:32 AM
|Amanda Mask||Bean Cemetery, NH|
Thank you so much for posting the photos of Phillip Kelly's grave!!
Added by Amanda Mask on Jul 13, 2008 7:21 PM
|Dolly Easterday||Phillip/Mary Kelly(Kelley)|
Dear Bruce: Thank you so much for the gravesite photos of my great/grandfather/grandmother. I am trying to get a good copy to print on photo paper. We are having an annual Kelly Reunion here in Indpls IN the end of the month. I intend to share this with the group. What a wonderful monument their decendants erected for them. I am still hopeful that one day my husband and I can visit Bean Cemetery. We were so close years ago before I discovered who and where they came from. Again, thanks so much, I truly appreciate all your efforts.
Added by Dolly Easterday on Jul 13, 2008 5:29 PM
|Becky Jamison||Flanders at Vittum Hill Cemetery|
I appreciate your work because I'll never get to New Hampshire to see graves of my ancestors. This site has given me photos, but even more by giving me information I didn't already know. Thank you, Bruce!
Added by Becky Jamison on Jan 12, 2008 10:25 AM
I just wanted to thank you for adding the headstone and cemetery photos for Gary Kimball's memorial page.
Added by Brenda on Dec 12, 2007 10:55 PM