|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Find A Grave Memorial# 82140245|
Could you please make the following changes/additions and links to her memorial.
Name: Amy Mildred (Bucklin) Small
Born 24 May 1897 Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire.
Died 1937 Maine.
Daughter of Arthur M Bucklin and Rachel Clara Akerman.
1. 10 Jan 1917 Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire to Franklin Harrison "Frank" Bacheler.
2. to Clarence Osmond Small.
Spouse: 117290723 (1917)
Spouse: 82140246 (1945)
Thanks so much in advance!
Lauren # 47241104
Added by Lauren Marie Westgate Har... on Sep 19, 2013 2:08 PM
|Norma Faller||RE: Maine Corrections/Additions|
The census information I send you is simply for proof that the person IS the father/mother/daughter or son. I'm simply requesting that you put their information into their record so that researchers will know where they lived and how old they are at that time, so they know they are looking at the right person. If you list mother/father at the beginning, researchers will know they are looking at the right person. I have seen lots of memorial pages that don't list that information and I have to do more research to figure out if it is the right person because, just as you said, there were lots of Hattie's born back then. If the researcher can follow the census record (assuming they don't have access to Ancestry or other records), they can follow along. I don't mean for you to add all the information or "weed" out the data, it is simply for proof that it is the correct person. I usually try to state that when I send data.
Added by Norma Faller on Sep 13, 2013 9:31 AM
|Norma Faller||RE: Bingham Cemetery|
that would be very nice. thank you.
Added by Norma Faller on Sep 10, 2013 10:34 AM
|Francine York||RE: Owens Field Cemetery/Bingham,Me|
Thank you for making the change to the cemetery.
York family, that's a work in progress, so many names, I'll check into it!
Added by Francine York on Sep 09, 2013 6:14 PM
you are most welcome, sorry it took so long I've been ill . If I can do anything else please let me know.
Added by Beverly on Sep 09, 2013 6:36 AM
|Francine York||Owens Field Cemetery/Bingham,Me|
I came across a cemetery with the sign post name as "Towne Cemetery" with grave marker in the name of Samuel Towne 1783-1836 and Elizabeth, his wife 1785-1848. I believe this to be the same cemetery as your "Owen Field Cemetery, Somerset county, Bingham, Maine. This Towne cemetery is actually located in Concord Township, Somerset county, Maine on the west side of the Kennebec River, on Route 16, south of the Jackson Pond road and Bingham is located on the east side of the Kennebec River. Could you make a correction to the location? More information is that it is located between the road to Owens marsh and the Owens road- this is south of the Jackson Pond road on Route 16, Concord Township. Cemetery locator sign is on Rt 16,follow logging road approx. 115 yards, then take a right along Owens Marsh, there is a sign for Owens Marsh, continue for another 700 yards along marked/flagged trail. I have cemetery photos to add, along with the cemetery sign.
Added by Francine York on Sep 08, 2013 3:31 PM
|Judith D||RE: Candy-Pray|
Just a chance encounter. I've run into duplicates when trying to make family links and find it annoying trying to link to the "right" one. When I see dupes, I put them in a VC and when I have time I send out a notice. Don't mean to offend, only inform.
Added by Judith D on Sep 02, 2013 1:42 PM
|Janet Personette||RE: Ahold Townsend|
That sounds good to me. I found it very interesting that they are directly across the section from your other relatives. I didn't have my tools with me or the marker would have looked better.
Added by Janet Personette on Aug 31, 2013 6:17 PM
|Lloyd Dalton||Charles Bemis (Lexington)|
Because he died at 6 years old, there is a good chance he is buried there with an unmarked stone. There are several.
Added by Lloyd Dalton on Aug 28, 2013 8:58 PM
|Lloyd Dalton||RE: Charles bemis-Lexington Flat|
Yes, Charles Bemis was a no go. I went one alone and then with my wife and asked the caretaker at his house and again while he was mowing the cemetery and he didn't recognize the name.
I did take a photo of Betsey Samson but when I got home the 2nd time, it was nowhere inm y camera to be found. I will try again in a few days.
Added by Lloyd Dalton on Aug 28, 2013 7:30 PM
|Ben G||RE: Nihen at Mount Hope|
When you enter the cemetery, go straight ahead as far as you can go, turn right, and it will be on your right about halfway to the next corner.
Added by Ben G on Aug 26, 2013 5:43 PM
|Ben G||RE: Nihen at Mount Hope|
My pleasure. I wish I had something to clean the marker.
Added by Ben G on Aug 26, 2013 3:12 PM
|Shirley Brothers||RE: Thank you|
Your very welcome, Sorry there wasn't more info.
Added by Shirley Brothers on Aug 15, 2013 4:28 PM
|Peggy A. Rowe-Snyder||RE: Peggy|
Sure, Thank you so much!!! :) Peg
Added by Peggy A. Rowe-Snyder on Aug 12, 2013 5:21 AM
You are very welcome.
Added by Scout on Aug 07, 2013 8:25 AM
|Mel Fletcher||RE: Berry Family|
I don't know well but if you go back to the #81924576 that you transfered to me, the links may lead you to some clues
Added by Mel Fletcher on Aug 06, 2013 10:44 PM
|Lisa Solberg||RE: Bemis|
Not a problem. Just paying it forward............I've gotten so much help from the kind people on this site!
Added by Lisa Solberg on Jul 31, 2013 8:48 PM
|Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin||Vivian and Agnes Rosewarne|
Thanks so much for these transfers. I will take good care of these memorials.
Added by Cathleen Sheibley Miller ... on Jul 26, 2013 1:50 PM
|Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin||Mary Rosewarne and George J Kern|
Thanks so much for posting the Kern gravestone pic.I am a Rosewarne descendant and researcher. Thanks again for all you do.
Added by Cathleen Sheibley Miller ... on Jul 25, 2013 7:18 PM
|Kent Gebhard||RE: Catherine & Fred Gebhard|
Thanks for following up on this. Tonight I went back to the Genweb site for Cass County and re-checked the funeral home records and they do show a 1944 death year. Stones sometimes can be a year off from a birth record but this one takes the cake! I changed it to 1990; perhaps there is another Catherine Gebhard (?) or most likely the records were transcribed incorrectly. I'll do a bit more investigating on Ancestry.
I appreciate your correction.
Added by Kent Gebhard on Jul 24, 2013 6:55 PM
|Dale Schaefer||Fannie Heffernan|
Sorry, but all four graves in this plot are unmarked. She is buried in Turley #601 1/2, Space 4. Also in the plot are James Heffernam and Mr. Mrs. C.L. Duncan. I'll post a pic of the plot, but if you want to delete it I will understand. Thanks
Added by Dale Schaefer on Jul 22, 2013 12:56 PM
You're welcome Sheila -- I transferred theirs to you about 1/2 hour ago so hopefully your have them.
Thanks! - Linda
Added by Linda on Jul 20, 2013 8:43 PM
|Patricia Sanders||RE: Cavanagh pic|
You're welcome. Was glad to take the pic for you.
Added by Patricia Sanders on Jul 14, 2013 9:26 PM
|Dale Schaefer||RE: Cavanagh pics|
They are called 'grave enclosures', 'bathtubs', and sometimes Victorian Cradles. Essentially they are an outdoor flower pot. Back then, families often planted roses or perennials in them.
Added by Dale Schaefer on Jul 10, 2013 2:43 PM
|John Goggin||Your request|
Sheila, I looked on my profile and there are no requests to edit anything. What needs to be edited?
Added by John Goggin on Jul 10, 2013 2:39 PM