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kate (#46820093)
 member for 10 years, 10 months, 28 days
Kate, your a charm taking these headstone photo's for me. I appreciate the hard work you do for Find A Grave and me in Maine.

Added by Kim on Oct 04, 2016 11:01 AM

Kelly Pinkham
RE: John Sherwood
Can we talk on the phone?

Added by Kelly Pinkham on Sep 30, 2016 3:07 PM

Kelly Pinkham
John Sherwood
I am a descendent of John and was wondering if you are related and if not can you turn the grave over to me to manage?


Added by Kelly Pinkham on Sep 28, 2016 1:32 PM

Marion O.
RE: Walkins in Stepney
I hate to find errors as well. I will submit edits and some times never get a response back and the error remains. Frustrating. One day I'll get back to the cemetery to hunt down more photo requests. Some zealous person clicked all names that didn't have a photo. So most are not people that are actively being researched. Life got busy and I don't like to go in the summer when its hot. You also have to be mindful of deer ticks. I did photograph the rest of Cutlers Farm Cemetery just to get it done. Good luck to you and thank you for seeing the incorrect spelling. I had missed that in my photo and not my relative so I had no other information to go on.

Added by Marion O. on Sep 20, 2016 7:44 AM

Marion O.
Walkins in Stepney
Instead of creating your new memorials, you could have sent an edit to the memorial creator John to make the correction in name spelling. He has corrected some others for me. Since you already created new memorials I added the photos for Rhoda and Sarah for you. So the photos on are both sets. Please contact John and figure out a solution so there are not two memorials. If he corrects the name, then you can delete your memorials. His were made first.

I have a book from 1994 where a lady did an inventory of the Cem. She has Watkins for Hezekiah and Walkins for the two ladies. His stone is very hard to read. I am no relation to these people. I was just trying to fulfill photo requests for Stepney Cem and add any that I came across that were missing on the website. If you are related to Hezekiah and want me to transfer him to you, just let me know. Marion

Added by Marion O. on Sep 19, 2016 5:58 PM

Yankee Magnolia
RE: Max Hollis
It was my pleasure to take the photographs and yes, you may use them. I must tell you this story. I work frequently in St. Patrick's Cemetery. When I was there yesterday I looked at the phone app and saw one request -- for your Max Hollis. I turned to look out my car window and there he was! Amazing. This has happened to me before and I always smile!

Added by Yankee Magnolia on Aug 25, 2016 4:35 PM

Jennifer Brohl
RE: Bassett photos
Hi Kate, it was my pleasure. You're very welcome!

Added by Jennifer Brohl on Aug 22, 2016 10:00 AM

Colin Castelli
RE: James Bassett

You are more than welcome.


Added by Colin Castelli on Aug 21, 2016 4:01 PM

RE: Leo Boyle
Hi Kate,

I uploaded Mary, Kevin and Brett Barclay for you. I started looking for Ebenezer Delano but haven't seen yet and still will look another day.

Hope you are doing well.

Joe Delmonaco

Added by JoeDel14 on Aug 15, 2016 9:23 AM

Jennifer Brohl
RE: Erwin and Viola Gates
You're very welcome, Kate! :)

Added by Jennifer Brohl on Aug 10, 2016 4:38 PM

RE: Leo Boyle
You are welcome. If you need any help let we know. I live south of Boston on the South Shore and go to the cemeteries in the area.

Added by JoeDel14 on Aug 08, 2016 10:48 AM

Dawn Haase
RE: Sarah Wakely
The is is what I have on thee Curtice/Curtis Family down to me. the spellings are the 2 above and Curtiss

Richard Curtice married Anne Emmery . Richard was born and died died in Massachusetts
Richard Curtice married Sarah Cathwithy. Richard was born in Massachusetts and died Long Island, NY
Calab Curtis married Elizabeth Ryder. Calb was born in Massachusetts and died Long Island, NY.
Samuel Curtis married Mary Parker Samuel was born 1681 Long Island, NY died 1740 Hebron, Ct.
Hosea Curtis married Mary Gilbert. Hosea was born 1717 Hebron, Ct and died 1790 in Hebron, Ct.
Hosea Curtis married Susanna Kellogg, Hosea was born in Colchester Ct and died in NY.
Virtue Curtis married John Vanburger. Virtue was born in Colchester, Ct and died in NY
Orrin Vanburger married Ruth Ann Potter. Orrin was born in NY and died 1880 Victor, Mi. Elizabeth Vanburger married Jeremiah Gleason. Elizabeth was born in NY and died in Bannister, Mi
Elizabeth and Jeremiah are my Great Great Grandparents.

I got an email from another descednat of Richar Curtice. She shared a link with me about a bout that you can only see online on the curtice family.

Also there is a society that descendants of the Curtice/Curtiss/Curtis can join.

Added by Dawn Haase on Jul 21, 2016 4:22 PM

Dawn Haase
RE: Sarah Wakely
My Curtis line started in Ct. then went to NY that is where Vertue Curtis married into the Vanburger family. They moved to Mi.

Added by Dawn Haase on Jul 18, 2016 2:40 PM

Dawn Haase
RE: Sarah Wakely
who is your profile picture she is beautiful. Do you know if your Curtiss family spelled their name Curtice. I have Curtice in my family it changed to Curtis. When I found Virtue Curtis I wonder if that is who my dad was names after, Virtue is my dad's 3rd Great Grandmother. My dad's name was Curtis

Added by Dawn Haase on Jul 17, 2016 6:13 PM

Dawn Haase
RE: Sarah Wakely
My 8th Great Grandmother Elizabeth Burt is Sarah's sister.

Added by Dawn Haase on Jul 16, 2016 1:19 PM

Dawn Haase
RE: Sarah Wakely
Hi Kate,

Thanks for messaging me back. I understand with the edit. It's always nice to meet a new cousin.


Added by Dawn Haase on Jul 15, 2016 4:20 PM

ray mansfield
RE: Rev. Benjamin Hall

Our pleasure

Ray and Paula

Added by ray mansfield on Jun 23, 2016 1:03 PM

Grace Younglove Hudson
RE: Lee Henry Hollis
My pleasure. They are my favorite people to leave flowers for.

Added by Grace Younglove Hudson on Jun 16, 2016 4:18 AM

Terrie Roese
RE: Lockwood Gould pictures
You are so welcome. I am very happy that I have been able to help you, as members of the community have helped me. I found a third cousin through Find A Grave, and she had traced two lines of our family back to their arrival in the 1600's. I was able to share the information I had with her.

You may certainly use my pictures, no credit is necessary. It has been my pleasure to help.


Added by Terrie Roese on Jun 15, 2016 10:04 AM

Terrie Roese
RE: Mary Louisa Lockwood
I added the photo. I am very pleased that I have helped you in your search. It is a great perk of the "job."

Added by Terrie Roese on Jun 14, 2016 11:53 PM

Terrie Roese
RE: Mary Louisa Lockwood
It is I again. The four stones of Hezikiah, her brother, Mary, her mother, Hezikiah's and Mary's are all in a very neat row. I can take a shot of this the next time I am there--it is only about a mile down the road--if you would like me to add that to Mary Louisa's memorial. I can put it on the bottom. Let me know.

Added by Terrie Roese on Jun 13, 2016 7:30 PM

Terrie Roese
RE: Mary Louisa Lockwood
You are welcome. It was a little more work than most. See the leaves in the background? They were part of the vine that was completely wrapped around Mary Louisa-the face of the stone was not even visible. You can see the root of the darn thing at the left of the base of the stone. This is an active cemetery and it is mowed, but for some reason, they don't cut down the awful, invasive vines. I know we are not supposed to "disrupt" anything, but this would have eventually ruined the stone. I did another one while I had my clippers. There is another "weed bush" that has hidden and broken several stones. I should call the person in charge, but they never seem to have the budget for extra maintenance. We are so lucky in Connecticut to have Hale, or I wouldn't have found her by eyesight alone. Are you descended from Mary?

Added by Terrie Roese on Jun 13, 2016 7:09 PM

May O'Neal
RE: Update on Hannah Taylor Currier
Hi Kate

Ancestry has many more records for her. However there are more than one person named Hannah Taylor. If you do not read every record carefully you can make a mistake. As always I close bidding you peace.

Evangeline Mae O'Neal

Added by May O'Neal on Jun 03, 2016 4:04 PM

May O'Neal
RE: Update on Hannah Taylor Currier
Hi Kate
This is what I have on Hannah Taylor Currier.

Hannah Currier



Birth Date:
abt 1788

Death Date:
4 Mar 1864

Death Place:

Registration Place:
Littleton, Aroostook

I also have paper work on a book Dr Barbra June Hill's mother was in process of doing at time of her death. I must go back and find those pages. As always I close bidding you peace.

Evangeline Mae O'neal

Added by May O'Neal on Jun 03, 2016 12:41 PM

Wm. B.
RE: Richard Warren Memorial
Richard's house, rebuilt after a fire in the 1700's and located by Warren Cove, southeast of Plymouth, was for sale about five years ago. I have a picture of it.
He was one of the very few English merchants who signed on to make the Mayflower voyage, with the Pilgrims, which is the likely reason why he was on the ship's shallop and part of the initial explorations. He probably would have been interested in seeing what sort of pelts were available. I understand that he has more descendants than any other Mayflower passenger.

Added by Wm. B. on May 20, 2016 7:43 PM


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