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Ronald Keyes (#46930366)
 member for 6 years, 10 months, 23 days
Teresa Kasner Marcinkus
RE: Lemuel Herrick
I completely understand. If I had done all the work, I wouldn't transfer either. Thank you for attaching Sally to Lemuel. Teresa

Added by Teresa Kasner Marcinkus on Sep 20, 2012 10:40 AM

Duplicate Memorials
I noticed you have added memorials for
Henry Florence #21346792 and Sarah Taylor Florence #21346809 with wonderful bios on each.

I am attempting to link a child to them, and discovered that there is a duplication.

Bruce Black had originally entered these two memorials (see #13434119 & 13434125)

Yours are much more complete, however he was the first contributor. I think you should work with him to either combine the info, and delete one of the memorials.


Added by gdrich on Dec 04, 2011 6:54 AM

Don Beams
Jonathan Keyes-Boylston
Hi,took a couple walks through the Boylston Burial Ground looking for Jonathan Keyes,small burial ground,found several Keyes but not Jonathan,Checked with Town Hall and Cemetery Dept.,They have no record for a Jonathan Keyes in Boylston. Don.

Added by Don Beams on Jul 16, 2009 1:43 PM

David J. McRae
John Howland connection
I am related to John Howland also through his daughter, Desire. I was wondering how you are related.

Added by David J. McRae on Aug 13, 2008 2:46 PM

Janice Keyes Macdonald
Ken Keyes
Our dads had the same name. Maybe we are related. My ggggggggg grandparents were Robert & Sarah Keyes who came to this great country in 1630 from England and settled in Watertown, MA.

Janice Keyes Macdonald

Added by Janice Keyes Macdonald on Jul 26, 2008 10:12 AM

Shelley Mahnke
Temperance Keyes
The book also has the inscription on the stone as her being the wife of Francis Keyes.

Sorry, I couldn't help no further.

Added by Shelley Mahnke on Jul 09, 2008 6:08 PM

Jennifer White
Patience Keyes

I went out to Mountain View Cemetery today and had no luck locating Patience Keyes' gravesite. I did find several Keyes, including Patience's young child, Merion. I will upload those pictures within the next day.

The Keyes that I found where grouped together, all except Merion's whose was about 20 feet away. They were all from the Patience's era. I would assume she would have been buried near there, but came up short. I canvased the section of the cemetery that housed the stones from that time period. There were quite a few illegible stones. I fear hers may be one of those. I double checked with this listing and can not find her there either.

If you happen to determine which section she is buried in, I would gladly go back and check again (the cemetery is just down the road from me). I covered sections 1,2, 4, and 5. Weather permitting, I will go back tomorrow and look in look at section 9 which also has burials as early as 1776.

Also, you may want to move Patience's listing to this virtual cemetery It has a more comprehensive listing of those buried in Mountain View.


Added by Jennifer White on Jun 03, 2008 4:12 PM


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