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Allen Perkins (#47066791)
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Leah Burmania
Peter Phinney
Wanted to let you know that Peter Phinney is my 7th great grandfather thru his daughter Isabella who married John Phillips. If you would like to contact me, my email is

Added by Leah Burmania on Feb 19, 2016 2:11 PM

Kathleen Bernstein
Elvira Perkins
I am wondering if Elvira Perkins, wife of Henry KW Perkins is the sister of my great great grandmother who was born in Clinton, Maine. Elvira was born in 1814 and died in 1896. Charlotte Johnson, if her sister, was born in 1820 also in Clinton, Maine. Any information you have on Elvira would help. I would love to email with you about the Perkins family. My email is "". Thank You

Added by Kathleen Bernstein on Apr 17, 2015 11:12 AM

David Wilfert
Manoah Hurd
Manoah Hurd is my 2nd Great Grandfather. I have spent countless hours looking for Manoah's grave. I have been to the Carver Union Cemetery many times and haven't found him or any other Hurds. I did find the graves of some Stringers there.

There is a Union cemetery in Brockton, Ma. I have also spent many hours searching for Manoah in the Union Cemetery in Brockton with no luck. It is a fairly large cemetery and I haven't been through it completely. I did find some Hurds there but not Manoah.

Added by David Wilfert on Aug 05, 2014 4:52 AM

Lee Patricelli Osborne
Mary P. Holmes Sylvester
Could you please email me? I have some questions to ask you about Mary & the family.

Thank you,
Lee Osborne

Added by Lee Patricelli Osborne on Jun 09, 2014 6:25 PM

email address
...and feel free to email me at

Added by Morgan on Apr 21, 2014 9:05 PM

Manoah hurd
Hello, Allen,

Manoah is my ( 2nd great grandfather ?) I am fairly new to this so forgive me if i am wrong in the terminology. His Grandson, Robert Hurd (1901-1959), is my grandfather. I could put you in touch with Roberts daughter ( my mother ) as luck would have it, she is alive and well and lives in Lady Lake, just outside the villages, in the Water Oaks community.

Added by Morgan on Apr 21, 2014 9:03 PM

RE: Manoah Hurd
Your welcome. Could you link his parents? F Trustram #47593228 and Hannah #47593414.

Added by Phd on Dec 14, 2013 5:43 AM

Abe Sibley
RE: Manoah Hurd
Go ahead and use. It has been used by a number of other people already. This picture was quite a find for me. It was passed down through the Thomas Hurd family, my second great grandfather, who was Manoah's brother.

Abe Sibley

Added by Abe Sibley on Dec 13, 2013 4:40 PM

Christine Smith
Edward Mitchell
Thank you for making the links to Edward Mitchell's parents. I got about a dozen copies of the SAC I sent you, I hope that didn't happen on your end as well. If it did, I apologize, don't know how that happened.

Thank you, Chris S

Added by Christine Smith on Nov 01, 2013 5:28 AM

Meg Reid
Manoah Hurd
Hello! Hoping you can help us. Manoah is my 3rd great grandfather. I have his death certificate which has his place of burial as Union Cematary in Brockton, MA where he was living at the time. (28 Boucher Ave to be precise, which later had a street name change to Hillcrest in 1916, and was still in our family as late as 2000 when Russell Hurd died).

The question.. there is no Union Cematary in Brockton but there is the one in Carver where everyone else in my family is buried. Unfortunately, I am now on the west coast and my Uncle Gerry who I research with is in Florida. Neither of us can go to Union and confirm.

Do you have confirmation, i.e. personal knowledge or photo, to confirm that Manoah is buried in Carver?

Thank you so much for any assistance in this little mystery!

Meg Reid

Added by Meg Reid on Sep 02, 2013 9:48 PM

James L Smith, Sr
Yes you may use the photo. Thanks for asking.
Take care

Added by ditdit on Sep 05, 2012 4:04 PM

Susan Buce
Photos of Henry K.W. Perkins
Hi Allen,
I am a historian in The Dalles, Oregon, and next year, March 22, 2013 is the 175th anniversary of the founding of the Wascopam Methodist Mission by Rev. Henry K.W. Perkins and Rev. Daniel Lee. This was the beginning of our town, and is a significant historic event in this region. I am wondering if you are aware of any photos or drawings of Henry Perkins that might exist? I've got one of Lee, but I've not been able to find any of Perkins. You can email me at

Added by Susan Buce on Sep 02, 2012 7:48 AM

Mindy Adamson-Wahl
Rufus Westgate
Hi Allen,

I was wondering if you have any more information on Rufus Westgate?? Especially, interested in an obit or death record.

Thank you so much for all your hard work and the memorial you did for him and his parents and the pictures. Love it thank you

Added by Mindy Adamson-Wahl on Apr 14, 2012 10:14 PM

Peggy D.
Harriet Ames Atwood Stringer
I was wondering if you might have a larger picture? The picture of her gravestone is so small on here and hard to read the dates.

Also, does anyone know why the name Snell is at the bottom of her gravestone. I think that is what it says.
She was the wife of Ephraim E. Stringer 1864-1927

Thank you Peggy

Added by Peggy D. on Jan 30, 2012 6:54 PM

Susan Buce
Rev. Henry K. W. Perkins
Hi Alan,

I left a photo on your memorial for Rev. Henry K.W. Perkins. He has left a lasting legacy in The Dalles, Oregon, where he served as one of the original Methodist missionaries to establish the Wascopam Mission. His name is on a plaque embedded in Pulpit Rock, still standing in The Dalles. For some history of The Dalles, you can visit We don't have any photos of Perkins, but details of his life here are recorded in the book "People of The Dalles" by Robert Boyd.

Added by Susan Buce on Dec 25, 2011 7:32 PM

Frederick Underhill
Allen: Hopestill Bisbee is my 6th grandfather, and I am still living on a Bisbee Family Farm in Rochester, Ma. I will check out your online family tree with interest. If there is anything I can do in Plymouth Cty. area feel free to contact me.

Fred Underhill

Added by Frederick Underhill on Oct 03, 2011 2:11 PM

Sue Follansbee
RE: Elizabeth Mitchell
I see she was born and died in Boston, so I'm puzzled as to why she would have come to West Newbury to be buried. Her birth record says her parents were born in Hingham and England, so it doesn't seem to be a family connection, unless through her husband's relatives. Do you have any further information about her from your notes on the death record? And do you think the actual death record said Merrimack Cemetery, West Newbury, Mass.? I've very interested in whether there is anything further we can find about her.

Added by Sue Follansbee on Dec 30, 2010 11:11 AM

Merrimack Cemetery
Another volunteer emailed me with the following information regarding Elizabeth Frances Stoddard Mitchell: "I went over this cemetery extensively several years ago while writing a book on West Newbury cemeteries, and I did not find a Mitchell in Merrimack Cemetery in West Newbury. Can you tell me where you got the information that she was buried there? Or could she have a different name?"

Can you please provide me with the information on how you determined Elizabeth was buried here?

Thank you,

Added by Julie on Dec 30, 2010 8:15 AM

Perkins Family Tree
Allen, does your PERKINS line come thru Jacob and Lydia Stover Perkins. Jacob was the son of Sgt. Jacob Perkins Jr and Elizabeth Sparks Perkins ????

Thanks Joseph A. Perkins Jr.

Added by JOSEPH PERKINS on Nov 01, 2010 1:38 PM

Sue Follansbee
Elizabeth Mitchell
I have not found any record of Elizabeth or David Mitchell being buried in Merrimack Cemetery in West Newbury, Mass. Can you tell me what the source of your information was about that? I wrote a book listing all the burials in West Newbury about 10 years ago, and I did not find any record of that. Could you have meant they were buried in Merrimac, Mass.? Thanks!

Added by Sue Follansbee on Sep 02, 2010 7:41 PM

Another child
Under children you are missing my great-grandmother Sophia Annie Stringer born 6-1-1873 and died 12-23-1968

Added by Librarytech on Aug 26, 2010 12:15 PM

William Stringer b. 1824
Hi there....checking out your Stringer entries....I am a Ladner descendant. William Stringer b. 1924 died 27-Mar-1905 Hennepin County, MN. He is buried in Crystal Lake Cemetery, Hennepin County, MN, along with his wife and several children. They are shown on the Find a grave website.


Added by NLF on Aug 11, 2010 11:32 AM

Jen Snoots
Rev. Jeremiah K. Aldrich
Hi Allen,
Got your S.A.C. message & have transferred your gg-grandparents & the 5 children with them at Locust Grove over to your care. Maybe you know more about the dates for some of the kids than I was able to figure out. Also, enjoyed seeing the photo of Rev. Aldrich...always nice to have a face to go with a name and some dates :)

Added by Jen Snoots on Apr 24, 2010 8:25 AM

gladwin gal
RE: Re: William E. & Elizabeth Tryan (Ladner) Stringer Children.
Okay! have just completed Memorials for the rest of the Children of: William E. Stringer & Elizabeth Tryan (Ladner) Stringer. Looks like a few of their Headstones are in the Union Cemetery, in Carver, Plymouth County, MA. Think, cousin Norma might even have some of the Headstones belonging to you all on getting ready now to transfer these memorials over.

Added by gladwin gal on Sep 19, 2009 4:37 AM

gladwin gal
Re: William E. & Elizabeth Tryan (Ladner) Stringer Children.
Allen, note: I'm finally ready in the next few days... Be checking to see if anyone else has Memorials on the rest of William E. & Elizabeth Tryan (Ladner) Stringer children? Where I show their's (12) of them... See you have 2 so-far linked up... After I create Memorials for the rest. I'll transfer them all to you... For, I belong to Elizabeth Tryan (Ladner) Stringer brother George Ladner line of Descendants. Then, aft. Elizabeth still have Johan Andrew & Sophia (Hobbs) Ladner children... Letitia, John, Ruth, Martin & James family groups to finish off and hopefully make more contacts on here easier.

Added by gladwin gal on Sep 18, 2009 9:35 PM


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