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Coralynn Brown (#46939330)
 member for 8 years, 11 months, 2 days
Sally Davis
Eliz. Strong Trench #226843727

Once again, I thank you so much for doing my edits for my 4th great grandmother. I really appreciate it.

Sally Davis
Cape Cod

Added by Sally Davis on Jun 13, 2015 12:27 PM

Carolyn Troupe Stoll
My finger keeps hitting the wrong thhing.
Do you know if there is a memorial for
Sarah Jane Wood Tourtellotte 1838-1909
Her husband is Rufus Bacon T. 1836-1907 memorial
# 22623904. I found in ancestry she is buried
next to her husband and looking for her memorial
Carolyn Troupe

Added by Carolyn Troupe Stoll on Oct 15, 2014 12:07 PM

Carolyn Troupe Stoll

Added by Carolyn Troupe Stoll on Oct 15, 2014 12:03 PM

Carolyn Troupe Stoll
Sarah Jane Wood,Tourtellotte

Added by Carolyn Troupe Stoll on Oct 15, 2014 12:02 PM

Jim Easom
Thanks Coralynn for making the family links. I do have some dates and locations on your edit tab. Thanks again.
Jim Easom

Added by Jim Easom on Mar 08, 2014 9:08 AM

Thomas & Martha Danforth
They are husband and wife - her memorial is 22757032. I couldn't send this to you through the edit tab.

Also, I have that his parents were Thomas and Sarah Leonard, where did you get William and Huldah? I may need to check my sources! :)

Added by Alexandra on Feb 14, 2014 1:38 PM

Yvonne Smith
Lucy Bush
Thank you for transferring this memorial. Wanna hear a sad story about Lucy? Moses Bush was her 2nd husband. Her first husband was a sea captain and was lost at sea.

Added by Yvonne Smith on Oct 05, 2013 7:19 PM

Thanks so much for the transfer!

Added by KBStewart on Aug 23, 2013 10:20 AM

Williams transfer request
Thank you for creating the memorials for the Williams family. I am related to all the Williams in the Mortimer Cemetery in Middletown, Connecticut. Would you be so kind as to consider transfering these memorials to me for safe keeping? Benjamin is my direct ggggg grandfather. I wanted to link them all together and add the bios I have for them.
My Findagrave #47487085

Benjmain Williams #22720098
Martha Williams #22720127
Thompson P. Williams #22627935
John Williams #22720073
Capt John Williams 22720019

Thank you kindly.

Added by JJ on Mar 07, 2013 2:05 PM

request transfer for Benjamin Williams #Find A Grave Memorial# 22720098
I am a direct Descendant of Benjamin Williams. Would you be willing to please transfer his account to me my findagrave# #47487085

Thank you

Added by JJ on Oct 15, 2012 2:44 PM

Leaves of Heritage
Arthur Magill

I am researching the Magills from Middletown and found an entry for Arthur Magill died Sep 1813, son of Frances and Arthur Magill. I was wondering how you gathered the date as I am showing his birth through the Barbour collection as December 20 1813, which could be an indexing error, but would still only make the child 9 months old. Gotta love research!

Thank you for your time,

Added by Leaves of Heritage on Feb 28, 2012 6:41 PM

BG Heritage
Thank you for the transfer
Now I am able to connect Ruel Knowles and Miriam Wells Knowles to their parents and to each other. I appreciate your service to the world of family history...Leonora Branca

Added by BG Heritage on Feb 14, 2012 10:38 AM

Jeremiah Hubbard (1716-1803) and 2nd wife Mary (1715-1810)
1,000 thank-you's for their transfer!! Nice work on the voluminous HUBBARD transcriptions on line. . . . a major contribution.

Philip in NYC

Added by pkarchs on Jan 08, 2012 3:23 PM

RE: Hubbard
My name is Marjorie Barringer. Click on my name on any of the Knowles that you sent to me and it will have my e mail address. I don't know anything about Calvin Hubbard. He married Sarah Knowles and she was born 1755 in Haddam CT. I would like to find more.

Added by Marjorie on Dec 04, 2011 8:32 AM

I have a Sarah Knowles that marriedd Calvin Hubbard. Is there a way to find out if there is any information on them on your website?

Added by Marjorie on Dec 03, 2011 9:20 AM

Thank you again for the transfer. I appreciate your patience.

Added by Marjorie on Dec 03, 2011 8:26 AM

Richard & Abigail
Thank you very much for the transfers. I really appreciate it. It is very exciting to receive.

Added by Marjorie on Dec 02, 2011 7:44 AM

william and cynthia
Hi, I just sent your an edit for william j who you have with cynthia at leyden hill; now I've discovered that I've taken photos of william and cynthia at locust grove. do you want me to add my photos to them where you have them and then do you want to change the cemetery? I didn't want you and linda glover to lose the flower notes.

Added by CHerr on Oct 18, 2011 6:57 PM

browns at boonville
hi, added my brown photos taken recently at boonville .

Added by CHerr on Oct 17, 2011 6:55 PM

Thanks so very much for your help with this grave. Darcy

Added by shoaby on Oct 16, 2011 9:07 PM

BG Heritage
Request for tranfer of 4 gravesites
Thank you for your wonderful service to the world of genealogy!

Please consider transferring the following gravesites of my ancestors.

22576996 Richard Knowles
22577006 Mary Knowles
22577078 Ruel Knowles
22577101 Miriam Wells Knowles

Here is my lineage.
Richard Knowles Mary Cone
Ruel KNOWLES Miriam Wells
Romantha Mack Mahitable KNOWLES
Alexander Clark Mary Ann MACK
Jonathan Howard Hettie CLARK
Edward HOWARD Ethel Dilts
Pasquale Branca Alice HOWARD

Thank you,

Leonora Branca 47422761

Added by BG Heritage on Aug 02, 2011 11:30 PM

Cindy K. Coffin
Coffin House
In regard to your note about the Coffin House... the biography for Tristram Coffin states that when Tristram and Dionis Coffin came from England to the US, they lived in Massachusetts first:

"He was a church warden in Brixton in 1639-40 and a constable in 1641. In 1642, he and his family came to America and settled in Newburyport, Massachussetts. He negotiated with the American Indians for some land and moved his family to what is now Haverill, Massachusetts. He was the first white settler to plow land with a plow he had made with his own hands. After farming for a few years, he moved back to Newburyport, where he operated a ferry and kept Coffyn's Ordinary, a tavern and inn managed by his wife. In the 1650's, he sold his property and moved to Salisbury, where he became Commissioner..."


Added by Cindy K. Coffin on Jul 30, 2011 3:52 AM

RE: John Henry Brown
WAs trying to think of a tactful way of informing you.

Added by CHerr on May 25, 2011 1:24 PM

ella hubbard brown
Don't know if you hadn't remembered , but when I went to boonville cemetery and looked up ella hubbard brown, I found her without a photo; you do have her on a tombstone for john h. brown. you should had that photo to her memorial also, it's a nice photo. so you did find her after all.

Added by CHerr on May 24, 2011 8:48 PM

RE: browns at Sands Cemetery
to confirm he's there, go to google or yahoo and search for sands cemetery; there should be a rootsweb site that has a cemetery listing. you should be able to find him there. Most of the ones for Sands are there because I took a bunch of pictures last year and just returned to do photo requests that were on the site ; look at Alonzo burdick and you can see that gardening I had to do to get the front of the marker.

Added by CHerr on May 24, 2011 4:29 PM


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