|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||Ethel & Isabelle Vosburg|
I just became aware of your memorials for these people, my great-aunt and second cousin, for who my records, via my nephew and gravestones, show are buried in Londonderry, Vermont.
Yes, your dates and death records are correct. They did die in Worcester in 1920. My great-uncle Alfred Maynard King remarried and is buried in New Hampshire.
What information have you gathered that leads you to believe they are buried in Hope Cemetery?
Added by Alice & Franklyn Vosburg on Nov 22, 2014 9:55 PM
|J B||RE: re: Emily Lecoeuvre birthdate|
Thanks for the confirmation. : )
Added by J B on Nov 22, 2014 9:41 PM
|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||RE: Williams Connection|
Sorry for not replying earlier.
I (Franklyn)always inquire into possible relationship with memorial creators of my relatives.
Your information helped me in connecting my distant cousin to her father, uncle, and grandparents.
Added by Alice & Franklyn Vosburg on Nov 22, 2014 3:46 PM
|J B||re: Emily Lecoeuvre birthdate|
I now see I have 2 edits from you for her birthdate:
one via "suggest any other" to change it to July 16, 1863 which you found on her death record, then another via auto edit which would change it back to just the year 1864. The inscription is 1864 but I have found quite a few inscriptions which did not match the vital rec which is why I was comfortable using the bd found or her death rec and noted where the date came from in her bio. Is the more complete date found on her death record incorrect?
Added by J B on Nov 22, 2014 3:25 PM
Thanks for the St John's Dowd transfers!
Added by RDunn on Nov 18, 2014 3:12 PM
|Merry Hill||RE: Maynard memorials|
Glad you caught it!!!!! Thanks.
Added by Merry Hill on Nov 15, 2014 4:21 AM
|Merry Hill||RE: Maynard memorials|
I have been working between Hope and Rural, and Woodlawn in Clinton, trying to link the Morgans and Maynards together. I got William Maynard in the wrong place at Rural, and have deleted his entry there. Both he and Mary are definitely at Hope. I do apologise!
Added by Merry Hill on Nov 14, 2014 3:15 PM
|Merry Hill||RE: Maynard memorials|
Sorry for any confusion. I will go in and see what I did wrong.
William and Mary (Adams) Maynard are buried at Hope Cemetery, next to the plot where their daughter Lessie, and her husband Paul B Morgan are buried.
Added by Merry Hill on Nov 14, 2014 2:59 PM
|J B||RE: Jane Shirry|
I added a note in her bio about the presumed burial place entry error on her death certificate. I too have found other instances of incorrect entries for burial places and agree, the cemetery with the monument is the best indicator of actual burial place. Thanks for your wisdom and follow-up.
Added by J B on Nov 12, 2014 1:29 PM
|J B||Pratt family edits at Riverside, Grafton|
I greatly appreciate all of the edits/additions you send. The end of my backlog of photos to enter for the older sections at Riverside Cem is in sight so I am focused on getting the memorials created/photos added and then later going back to fill in specifics that take a bit of research. THANK YOU, thank you, for your time in collecting info and sending edits!! : ) -Judi
Added by J B on Nov 09, 2014 3:41 PM
|Christina-Marie Hedges||Earl and Ralph Trevett|
Thank you for the transfers!
Added by Christina-Marie Hedges on Nov 07, 2014 2:08 PM
|Christina-Marie Hedges||Earl Henry Trevett|
Might I ask to have the memorial of Earl Henry Trevett transferred to me? He is my great grandfather. His son, Robert Earl Trevett is buried in Hopedale Village Cemetery in Hopedale, MA. Also, is it possible to have Ralph Waldo Trevett transferred as well? He is Earl Henry's uncle, so also related to me. If you have a more direct relation to Ralph, I understand not transferring him. Thank you so much!
Added by Christina-Marie Hedges on Nov 07, 2014 12:23 PM
Ok, thanks very much for replying.
Added by RDunn on Nov 05, 2014 5:24 PM
I noticed you contributed a photo for Owen Fallon of the 21st Mass, # 113238457 at St. John's in Worcester. think he is same Civil War relative of family lore. May I ask if you have any further information on him from the St. John's office?
Added by RDunn on Nov 04, 2014 10:34 PM
|Mary Richardson||Albert Seaver|
Thanks for the additional information about Albert - it has been added. I will also link his parents.
Added by Mary Richardson on Nov 02, 2014 12:40 PM
|Mark D.||Dudas is MA|
Thank you for all your work, and especially adding to my Duda family memorials in Massachusetts!
Added by Mark D. on Oct 25, 2014 8:12 AM
|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||Williams Connection|
I am the son of one Barbara Christine (Williams) Vosburg. Herman E. was my Maternal GF.
I notice you have Memorialized some Williams ie. his brother Roy, wife, & Daughter.
Are we related?
Added by Alice & Franklyn Vosburg on Oct 13, 2014 2:04 PM
|SRA||RE: Henry Emmons Howe|
Dear Linda, When I first discovered Find a Grave the count was 64 million to start,now it shows 121 million and I find it is helpful when new searchers start if the graves are not under a manager. Emma A Wadsworth is the daughter of Joseph Wadsworth and Caroline Warren. It is possible the A is for Ammons,due to a recent discovery in Sons of the American Revolution by 2 brothers named Broadbent tracing the line of descent to Emmas grandparents who were Joseph Wadsworth and Chloe Barret. The Wadsworth line is very confusing and goes back to Christopher Wadsworth of Charter Oak history in Conn. 1600's. The Barret family history starts there as well. As you can see I have some great history in my New England ancestry. Wadsworth and Howe! Thank you for your interest and wonderful help to so many who cannot do the task you are accomplishing. You have become one of my genealogy heroes now. Bless you in all your endeavors. SRA, Sheryl.
Added by SRA on Oct 13, 2014 1:25 AM
|SRA||Henry Emmons Howe|
His father was Abraham S Howe (my 4th ggrandfather)and his mother was Harriet Spear. They were married in 1851 the year Henry was born. Thank You for your contributions to a most important and valued work. Please continue genealogy as long as you can. You are so appreciated. SRA
Added by SRA on Oct 12, 2014 1:57 AM
I said Henry Emmons Howe was my 4th ggrandfather an in fact he is my 3rd. Thank you again. SRA
Added by SRA on Oct 12, 2014 1:46 AM
|Ruth-Ellen Burack Flanagan||Jacob Waxler|
I think what I have for Jacob Waxler is correct. I do not know where the name Isabelle Brenson comes from. But those mistakes happen all of the time. Are you related?
Added by Ruth-Ellen Burack Flanaga... on Oct 09, 2014 10:54 AM
|RDunn||RE: Thomas Fallon, St. John's Worcester|
OK, thanks for the response and for the tip about calling the cemetery. I've only been to Worcester once, for the funeral of a family member many years ago. I wish I'd taken some pictures back then! Take care - Rob
Added by RDunn on Oct 08, 2014 8:52 AM
|James Bianco||Sarah M. Shurtliff Holbrook|
Thank you for your great work on Find A Grave and for the edit. James
Added by James Bianco on Oct 08, 2014 6:29 AM
|RDunn||Thomas Fallon, St. John's Worcester|
I just noticed one of your entries is for Thomas Fallon in St. John's cemetery in Worcester, died 1916. He was my great grandfather on my mom's side. I had created an entry for him without realizing you had done so earlier. Anyway, I can add a few more bits of information about him to your entry if you like. Also, would you by any chance have a photo of his marker/headstone, or plot #, or anything else about him. I've been documenting my family on ancestry.com. There are a bunch of Fallons and Dowds in St. John's, many of them my relatives. Thanks. Rob Dunn
Added by RDunn on Oct 06, 2014 9:02 PM
|Phantom Plot Picster||RE: Esther Allen Howland|
Hello Again, I made several changes to the Howland memorials but it still does not seem right. Maybe if you have time you could double check - I think I need another set of eyes at this point - thanks! -Mary
Added by Phantom Plot Picster on Oct 02, 2014 11:01 AM