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Allyssa (AllMcGonigles) (#46612070)
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Martin Weybright
Carlin Wright
Many thanks.

Added by Martin Weybright on Jul 30, 2012 7:12 PM

Capt. Hemingstein III
Teesdale Family
Updates completed as requested. Thank you for the additional information!

Added by Capt. Hemingstein III on Jul 25, 2012 7:39 AM

BobBoston
RE: Hester Gravelin
You are welcome.
It was a large lot, with multiple markers and names. I'd suggest you contact the office to verify other names. Ask for the Lot Owner card. It lists all the people in the Lot.
Bob

Added by BobBoston on Jul 25, 2012 4:41 AM

Capt. Hemingstein III
RE: Sibley/Teesdale
I accept up to 200 at a time! Let me have it! Glad to be helpful.

Larry

Added by Capt. Hemingstein III on Jul 20, 2012 2:09 PM

Capt. Hemingstein III
Sibley/Teesdale
Your request has been granted! Updates completed and thank you for your help in making these memorials more accurate!

Added by Capt. Hemingstein III on Jul 20, 2012 7:46 AM

Stone Finders
RE: Thankful Purinton Snow
The stone has Capt John Snow.

Added by Stone Finders on Jul 19, 2012 1:38 AM

Leonard Chapman
RE: Elizabeth (Chapman) Cummings
Hi Allyssa..sorry it took so long. I am a very distant cousin to Elizabeth Chapman. I have some infor on Sampson Cummings, maybe you have this also.

Obituary, Friday, July 11, 1879, Daily Evening Item, Lynn, Ma.

Page 1: Death From Old Age:

Thos. C. Cumming, of the aged citizens of Lynn, died at his residence, No. 18 Empire St, yesterday afternoon, from old age. He leaves a wife and 4 grown-up children. He was very well known and was much esteemed and respected. In his earlier days, he followed the vocation of shoemaking. Mr. Cummings was an alderman in 1860, during the Mayorality of Hon. Edward S. Davis. He never held any other public office. The funeral will take place from Silsbee St. Church at 2 1/2p.m. to-morrow. Relatives and friends are invited to attend without furthur notice.
Lynn
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Sampson was born in about Jan 1805 in Lynn, Massachusetts. All other records indicate this, but I have yet to locate a birth record, or his parents. He changed his name to Thomas Clarkson Cummings on May 10, 1848.
Source;
List of Persons whose names have been changed in Massachusetts
1780-1883
May 10, 1848
"Sampson Cummings, of Lynn, may take the name of Thomas Clarkson Cummings"
Acts and Resolves by the General Court
1848 Chap. 319 page 803

Added by Leonard Chapman on Jul 13, 2012 7:46 PM

Lynn Feingold
RE: Catherine Bruno-Joyce
Go ahead and use my photo - that's fine.
Thanks for asking! - Lynn

Added by Lynn Feingold on Jun 20, 2012 8:33 PM

Lynn Feingold
RE: Catherine Bruno-Joyce
Just uploaded a cropped photo that just shows the stones. Hope that helps!
-Lynn

Added by Lynn Feingold on Jun 16, 2012 9:25 AM

Tracy Lichtenwalter
Schneiders
If you need any information on the Schneider side of the family let me know. Ruth Woehrle was my grandma. She passed away on May 7th.
Tracy

Added by Tracy Lichtenwalter on Jun 15, 2012 10:17 PM

Tracy Lichtenwalter
Amelia Schneider
Yes, I am Amelia was my great grandmother.
Tracy

Added by Tracy Lichtenwalter on Jun 15, 2012 10:38 AM

Heather Pascarelli
Nahant
I just noticed you were interested in Nahant families and I used to work for John Jack Bradley who grew up in Nahant. He talked about that place endlessly. Anyway, nothing significant, just thought it was a funny thing.

Added by Heather Pascarelli on May 23, 2012 8:31 PM

Heather Pascarelli
Ruth & Charles Andrews
Im going to Blue Hills tomorrow and this weekend. There's quite a few outstanding requests. Any idea where they're buried? the cemetery is pretty large.

Heather P
Randolph Mass

Added by Heather Pascarelli on May 23, 2012 8:28 PM

AlongTheWay
RE: mcgonigles
Yes, click on the wide area view photo, for the infant, to read the caption I added.

Added by AlongTheWay on May 15, 2012 1:09 PM

AlongTheWay
RE: mcgonigles
You're most welcome! Found the grave for infant son McGonigle first. Just about gave up on locating graves for John & Margaret McGonigle, and then there they were!

Added by AlongTheWay on May 15, 2012 11:24 AM

Richard Cole
RE: irene dutra
Done. I didn't create a new memorial - just added it to Irene's. If you want to add a new one, I have no problem with you copying the picture to move it. It's public domain as far as I'm concerned.

Added by Richard Cole on May 09, 2012 12:51 AM

Richard Cole
RE: irene dutra
I have a picture of John's military marker from the same lot if you want that too.

Added by Richard Cole on May 09, 2012 12:20 AM

Robin Magonegil
From Robin Magonegil
My email address is:

magonegil@gmail.com

Added by Robin Magonegil on Mar 07, 2012 3:07 PM

Robin Magonegil
Magonegils
Allyssa,

My name is Robin Magonegil and my grandfather was Raymond Wallace Magonegil, my mother, Wilma Deloris Magonegil. I am very interested in any other information you might have regarding my ancestors - especially John Martin Magonegil. Thanks

Robin

Added by Robin Magonegil on Mar 06, 2012 3:16 PM

DustyStones
Hannah Blackbourn
Hello
Thanks for the info. I will add it to her bio. Yes, Blackbourns married into my Perrin family. I have been concentrating my research on the Blackbourns & Perrins in Grant Co. Wisconsin. The information on Hannah is from the cemetery itself. I made a note to myself to see if Hannah's parents are buried in Grant Co. the next time I am there. If they are, I will connect her to them. On my next visit, I am planning on visiting the county court house to see if I can find more information on these families. I usually search birth/marriage/death certificates, land deeds, and tax records. I also will search microfilmed newspapers for obits, etc. if time permits. If I have time, I will walk the cemetery and take a picture of the headstone.

Added by DustyStones on Jan 22, 2012 7:38 PM

History Bug
Margaret Donoughue
Thanks for the correction and additional information on Margaret Donoughue in Forest Hill Cem, Madison, Wisc. If there's anything else, just let me know. Happy to oblige.

Added by History Bug on Nov 19, 2011 7:10 AM

Jeannie
Thanks
Thank you for visiting Quaton, my 4X Great grandmother.

Added by Jeannie on Oct 20, 2011 6:02 AM

Stone Branches
RE: John and Mary Patton, Mt Vernon, Wilson Co, TN
Than you so much for your endeavors to find the graves. I will review my files and see if there are others that I would like to have. Appreciated all your hard work!

Added by Stone Branches on Oct 17, 2011 4:14 PM

Stone Branches
Pattons
My apologies. Ifailed to mention that I put the information from your search on John Pattons memorial regarding no headstone found. Thank you again.

Added by Stone Branches on Oct 17, 2011 4:07 PM

Stone Branches
Pattons
Thank you so much for trying to locate John Pattton's headstone 1767-1845. I appreciate your hard work.

Added by Stone Branches on Oct 17, 2011 4:04 PM

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