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Judith (#46608035)
 member for 12 years, 3 months, 29 days
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Bill Gunn
Transfer of Gunn memorials
Yes, I'll take them all. Would you like to trade one for one?
Thanks
Bill

Added by Bill Gunn on Dec 17, 2015 1:47 PM

Bill Gunn
Transfer of Gunn memorials
Would you consider trading memorials? I would trade you one for one for your Gunn memorials.
Thanks,
Bill

Added by Bill Gunn on Dec 11, 2015 5:55 PM

William Thomson
Rohda (Judd) Lee
You have a great picture of an "Elegy" on Rhoda's grave site. As Rhoda is my 5th great grandmother, I would love to know the source of the "Elegy" and perhaps get a better copy. I will of course search around, but if you want to short circuit my work, I would be grateful. Thank you in advance.

Added by William Thomson on Dec 11, 2015 10:12 AM

Toni
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 10738077
You are welcome. Sometimes headstones are wrong so wanted to make sure that you hadn't found something that showed the headstone was or wasn't right.

Added by Toni on Nov 29, 2015 3:29 PM

Toni
Find A Grave Memorial# 10738077
Did you check to see what the correct date of death was? The headstone says 1896 and you put 1893.

Added by Toni on Nov 28, 2015 8:25 PM

Jane Umphress
RE: Benjamin Jones III
I am still wondering about the information on my ancestor, Benjamin Jones III. I received the following note regarding him: RE: Benjamin Jones III
Thanks. You had best communicate with Judith. All the information was supplied by her. I took over the memorial with all the info since Benjamin is my wife's direct ancestor.
Added by Ray Malenfant on Nov 17, 2015 12:15 PM

So, I still don't have an answer. He is currently handling that memorial, but he didn't put the information in. That is what I am wanting to understand, is the difference if what I have and the information that you have put in came from.

Thanks, Jane

Added by Jane Umphress on Nov 19, 2015 7:23 AM

Carol Bailey
Memorial #11570941
Judith...is this a possible duplicate of memorial #62181864? The gravestone pictured is the same one...so was just wondering...Thanks for being a contributor and providing information.

Added by Carol Bailey on Nov 18, 2015 8:51 PM

Wrdsrus
RE: Backus
Thanks Judith--I finally found the source he got that from BUT I found LOTS of info that contradicts that. William Backus was in Saybrook in 1637 and married 2nd wife in 1659 in CT...sorry I did not realize you would not get memorial number with that type of posting--have no experience with it--most folks have the emails go through Find A Grave and then it includes the memorial #. I just thought the info was curious, as I was having trouble finding documentation about the birth of the children and later found MOST references for most the kids say B in Saybrook--BUT as with all those older folks there are a LOT of contradictions-Wm Backus married 2nd wife MUCH later--1659-1661 and records of marriage exist on ancestry.com for that. Joyce

Added by Wrdsrus on Nov 17, 2015 12:53 PM

Wrdsrus
Backus
Hi.

In this memorial you state

Thomas' father was a master cutler and was buried at Sheffield on Feb. 12, 1648/9 and his youngest sister Mary was buried at Sheffield on June 16, 1651. At what time his mother remarried to William Backus (called Backhouse at Sheffield), also a master cutler at Sheffield, is not of record. But, Thomas, his mother Anne and stepfather William Backus, along with at least five Backus step-siblings, arrived at Saybrook, Conn. by the mid-1650s.

I have found conflicting sources x 2 that says William Backus was in Saybrook, CT in 1837, and several marriage records that show his marriage to Anna Fenton about 1659-1661.

Can you tell me what source you found the info about Wm Backus Sr coming over with his 2nd wife and 5 of his children. I am seeing conflicting info BUT just in generalities...so I am not sure I can depend on them. It sounds like perhaps you actually found a record of the voyage and the passengers?

I would appreciate any guidance you can give me in getting to the truth about Wm Backus and his children by his first wife.

He is my 10 x GGF and his daughter Lydia, B in 1837 my 9 x GGM...so the dates of when they were where is pretty crucial to me. Thank you

Joyce

Added by Wrdsrus on Nov 16, 2015 4:00 PM

Jane Umphress
RE: Benjamin Jones III
Do you know where I can reach Ray

Added by Jane Umphress on Nov 16, 2015 9:43 AM

Family734
Transfer of Joseph Bund
Hi Judith,
Would you transfer Joseph Bund and wife please. This is my first time doing this and he is my Grandmother's brother--my Mom's Uncle. I would sure appreciate it. Linda

Added by Family734 on Nov 12, 2015 3:54 PM

Jane Umphress
Benjamin Jones III
Married to Elizabeth Gibbs. Would like to know where you got the names of their children. According to a document: BENJAMIN JONES, the third, son of Benjamin Jones the second, and his wife Elizabeth, was born in Somers, Conn., in the year of 1710. Benjamin Jones, the third, and Elizabeth, his wife, were published and married Aug. 16th, 1735. Elizabeth, his wife, was born in 1718; there was born to and this union five children, namely: Hannah, born 1736, at Somers, Conn., married David Price in 1759; John, born 1738, at Somers, Conn., married Abigail Cheney Dec. 9th, 1762; Jesse, born Nov. 20th, 1739, at Somers, Conn.; Benjamin, born Dec. 26th, 1741, at Somers, Con11.; Nathan, born 1744, at Somers, Conn. July 5th, 1756, there were laid out to Benjamin Jones, of Somers, Conn., 57 acres of land by land grant, first laid out to his grandfather, Benjamin Jones, the first. Benjamin Jones died Oct. 13th, 1794, age 84 years. Elizabeth, his wife, died June 28th, 1800, 82 years of age..


Excerpt from the book 'Genealogy of the Jones Family - Descendants of Benjamin Jones' written by George Russell Jones in 1912. pages 8 & 9


Added by Jane Umphress on Nov 05, 2015 3:54 PM

Dianna Rabe
11077537-Eugene Grant Ballard
Please update his birthday to July 24, 1863 which is included in the Lee County history book. Thank you. Info placed as picture on his memorial.

Added by Dianna Rabe on Nov 02, 2015 9:52 PM

Anonymous
South Street Cemetery, Coventry, CT
I am researching Orson Waldo Memorial #1143119. You have the South Street Cemetery listed. I understand the Coventry Town Council met in Dec. 2011 and changed the name of the cemetery to Old South Burying Ground. However, I have not been able to find out if the sign at the cemetery has been changed. If not, the memorial should stay unchanged, but if so I wondered if you would update the memorial to show his gravestone is at the Old South Burying Ground. Thank you for your time. Volunteers like you help so much when we live so far away.

Added by Anonymous on Oct 28, 2015 11:56 AM

Lilyofthevalley
Mary Hewit Palmer 11489861
Hello Judith,
I am curious about Mary Palmer's maiden name being listed as "Hewit". Other than her memorial on Find a Grave I haven't been able to find any evidence that she was a Hewit, and thought you may be able to shed light on that. I would love to know anything you may have in regard to her Hewit name. My research seems to indicate her maiden name was Palmer, marrying a cousin, which would make her Mary Palmer Palmer. Respectfully and thank you, Lynn

Added by Lilyofthevalley on Oct 23, 2015 12:18 PM

Sherman-Thomas
Wait family
Judith,
Thank you for adding the info and linking the family together - Thomas, Mary, Sarah, John, Elizabeth and Mary. We appreciate all that you do.
John

Added by Sherman-Thomas on Sep 23, 2015 2:36 PM

Sarah
# 11571098 Samuel Baldwin
Hi Judith,

I am writing to thank you for the memorial for my 6th Great Grandfather Samuel Baldwin. I would also like to let you know that his correct birth date is 25 Dec 1683 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States, and his death is 18 Dec 1740 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States. Also, if you would like to transfer this memorial to me, I would be happy to take it as well as Sarah Kirby Baldwin 11571105.

Thank you!

Added by Sarah on Sep 20, 2015 5:32 PM

Sarah
# 11571098 Samuel Baldwin
Hi Judith,

I am writing to thank you for the memorial for my 6th Great Grandfather Samuel Baldwin. I would also like to let you know that his correct birth date is 25 Dec 1683 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States, and his death is 18 Dec 1740 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States.

Added by Sarah on Sep 20, 2015 5:30 PM

Mel Rettell
Transfer
Hi Judith,
Would you transfer Wendelin Baumgartner please. This is my first time doing this and he is my great great grandfather.

Thanks,
Mel

Added by Mel Rettell on Sep 15, 2015 8:07 PM

Cathy Truesdale
Mary Collins Hamlin
Hi Judith,

Thank you for transferring Mary Collins Hamlin to me, I appreciate it, I hope I do her justice! Thanks for creating it!!!!! She's my 8th great grandmother.

Best regards,
Cathy

Added by Cathy Truesdale on Sep 07, 2015 1:09 PM

Greenie
Memorial 134540461
Hi. Thanks for your message. Memorial 134540461 is under your management. If you cannot delete it, please transfer management to me and I will delete it. Thanks very much.

Added by Greenie on Sep 04, 2015 2:54 PM

Ray Malenfant
Sarah "Sally" Lyman
Thank you for the transfer. Ray

Added by Ray Malenfant on Aug 26, 2015 3:04 PM

Sarah Pullen
#10620320 James Nichols
There is a duplicate grave for this person that was added to the same cemetery in 2008. Perhaps the two can be merged. The duplicate is #28326110 that was created in 2008. Thanks.

Added by Sarah Pullen on Aug 24, 2015 2:10 PM

Mona Rhone
RE: Mabel Goodyear Memorial
Thank you for letting me know, I appreciate it.

Added by Mona Rhone on Aug 22, 2015 8:36 PM

Elevenfloors
Re: Elisha Hamilton and Mary (Smith) Hamilton
Hi Judith.

I have done quite a bit of research on this line and there is no connection to the Mayflower anywhere in sight. I think it would be misleading to many if you didn't, at a minimum, acknowledge that this Mayflower connection is unconfirmed if not remove that reference entirely.

Not trying to be troublesome, just trying to support the notion of accuracy for those who might otherwise be led astray and waste countless hours of research on unchallenged claims.

Thanks for hearing my point of view.

Curt

Added by Elevenfloors on Aug 22, 2015 6:05 PM

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