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Robin Barnes (#47049079)
 member for 7 years, 10 months, 13 days
Nicole Spatola
Phyllis tribulato
Hi my husband is a descendant of vita scarpella and Joseph Spatola. (Phyllis tribulato's mother and father). He is The great grandson of their son Lawrence. Lawrence is the sister of Phyllis. are you also a descendent ????? thanks in advance for your information.

Added by Nicole Spatola on Jul 08, 2016 5:28 PM

Andrew D
RE: Barbara Scrivano
You are welcome. I am glad I could help.


Added by Andrew D on Jul 02, 2016 12:39 PM

Faye Eidson

From what I have found, Anna would be Charles's stepmom. I did find part of Sarah's info and have found out that there were three total between Matilda and Fred. But if there were girls born then we are stuck once they got married.

Added by Faye Eidson on Mar 23, 2016 11:02 PM

Faye Eidson
Trying to find Charles's blood siblings. We have the info for his step siblings as we are part of that branch. Anna (Charles's step mom) is my husband's great grandmother. We are looking for Matilda's children which includes Charles.

Added by Faye Eidson on Mar 22, 2016 8:38 PM

Tom Lepore
RE: Ann Fuller
I have just received another photo which won't need attribution. I don't know how to transmit it to you it to you.

Added by Tom Lepore on Nov 12, 2015 9:32 PM

Tom Lepore
RE: Ann Fuller
I have attempted to contact Caitlin several times without success. I don't believe it's a copy written photo.

Although I don't live there, I once did, I was asked to solve the "mystery" for a group of interested people there. With a little luck, I came across the following:

“A Modern History of Windham County, Vol. 1”, edited by Allen B. Lincoln and published in 1920, and noticed a quote in the book by a Luther Fuller (1847 – 1928) of Scotland, Connecticut. Mr. Fuller, living in Washington D.C. at the time, stated, in part, “Father's great-grandfather married in Ipswich, Mass., Ann Harris, the niece of Ben Franklin, and migrated to Hanover and settled in the wood where his descendants still live. …”

The chance reading of a book about an adjacent County provided the answer. The rest was just tracking down genealogies which wasn't difficult in this case. Obviously, Franklin's has been well documented as well as John Fuller and his descendants from Ipswich, MA.

If you'd like I could have a photo taken of this grave site and transmit it to you. Let me know. I'll have it done before the snow flies there.

I have no genealogical relationship with Ann Fuller.

Let me know if you want a picture. Thanks

Added by Tom Lepore on Nov 12, 2015 7:08 PM

Tom Lepore
RE: Ann Fuller

If you follow the link and scroll down the page you will see the photograph of the gravestone in the Old Hanover Cemetery simply marked, "A Niece of Benjamin Franklin".

Ann Harris Fuller was the daughter of Anne Franklin Harris. Anne Franklin Harris was the daughter of Josiah Franklin and Ann Child Franklin. Benjamin Franklin was a child of the same Josiah Franklin and Abiah Foulger. Josiah Franklin had a total of 17 children.

Although Ann Harris Fuller predeceased her uncle Benjamin Franklin, he provided in his will for each of his brothers and sisters, including Ann Franklin Harris, along with her heirs and her children's heirs. My guess is the gravestone merely referring to "A Niece of..." was erected in tribute to both Ann Harris Fuller and the inheritance.

Ann Harris Fuller is the only niece of Benjamin Franklin in the cemetery.

Please let me know if you found this of interest.

Added by Tom Lepore on Nov 12, 2015 5:04 PM

Tom Lepore
Ann Fuller
I noticed that Robin Barnes is listed as a caretaker for Ann Fuller's grave site in the Old Hanover Cemetery in Sprague (Hanover), Connecticut. Interestingly, this same Ann Fuller has another gravestone in the same cemetery, with a rather cryptic inscription. It appears Ms. Barnes is a "granddaughter".

I've just joined this site and I don't know how to maneuver around it or contact Robin Barnes. I'm sure this "mysterious" gravestone would be of interest to her, as it has been for numerous people for many years.

Added by Tom Lepore on Nov 12, 2015 12:46 PM

RE: forgot
Use the photos as you wish, as that was what they were taken for.

Added by sue on Nov 07, 2015 8:17 PM

Dave W
RE: Gleason and Bigley
Feel free to use the photos. P.S. I also took the liberty of photographing adjacent Bigley and Gleason gravesites. These gravesites were not listed on findagrave, so I created new pages for them so I could post the photos. If you wish, I can turn over management of them to you. Thanks for writing.


Added by Dave W on Aug 22, 2015 7:14 PM

Bill Bates
RE: The Chadwicks
Hi, Robin,

I don't know how she died. Sorry.

Have an awesome day, Bill

Added by Bill Bates on Jul 02, 2015 9:57 PM

Bill Bates
RE: The Chadwicks
Hello, Robin,

I fixed Aldine's DOB and DOD.

Thanks, and have an awesome day, Bill

Added by Bill Bates on Jul 02, 2015 7:24 PM


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