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Anne (#47137413)
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Genealogist Searching New Hampshire
RE: Sadie and Ellsworth Williams edits
Thanks again Anne, more information on its way in the next few days. Keep up the great work for other families searching!

Added by Genealogist Searching New... on Apr 25, 2015 4:52 PM

Tina Chase 14701
RE: Mary Bailey
Oh sorry. I went back and looked at that edit and couldn't figure it out. I could have sworn it was for her husband. I will send the correct edit.

Added by Tina Chase 14701 on Apr 25, 2015 5:08 AM

Tina Chase 14701
RE: Mary Bailey
The information that I have is that Mary Jane (Hudson) Bailey and William H. Bailey married in 1874 in Vermont. She died in 1875 and he married Jennie Hall in 1877. Jennie died in 1888 after delivering a girl. He then married Ellen/Ella Clough and had another child, a boy. He then died in 1927.

Added by Tina Chase 14701 on Apr 24, 2015 7:40 PM

MAX MARCUS
RE: COBB
haha daily for me. so as I was looking into more stuff I found out my g father had a brother who was also buried at the same place which I found on here. it looks like you took the photo back in may of 2014 my question to you was that random or was that a request from someone one. now im trying to find out if I have living relatives from Alfred, and alice cobb.

Added by MAX MARCUS on Mar 18, 2015 10:18 AM

MAX MARCUS
COBB
ANNE OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THAT MEANS ALOT
MAX

Added by MAX MARCUS on Mar 12, 2015 2:24 PM

wvy
Re: Rev. Mark Atwood, (see below msg)
Anne, thank you so very much getting back to me, while I still have my notes handy. The "blog" was in 2008, if I recall...so, anything relative to now, I don't know. I thought about a Jericho Cem. burial as that is where his wife was from, but if the service was in St J,then would seems logical they'd be in the cemetery there where some of their children were? Not always the case.
There's lots of cem lists online in the area, but I've checked and rechecked and just have not found them. Thanks for your valuable help and if you find anything, I'd appreciate you posting them and let me know. winnie

Added by wvy on Feb 05, 2015 8:08 AM

lstaltari
Gleason
Thank you so much for the information!! The death certificate is clearly wrong then, as it lists her father as James Gleason. Still can't figure out what they are doing there however next to the Menut. Mystery!

Thanks again for your help!

Lisa

Added by lstaltari on Feb 04, 2015 2:21 PM

lstaltari
RE: Menut Photographs
I looked this morning and I cannot connect these two names to the menut family--but I seem to remember seeing this name. Upon looking at the information, however, I think Emma Gleason is the sister and not the wife. I looked up her death certificate and her maiden name was gleason. It says she is a widow however. I will keep looking--fascinating to try to figure these things out :)

Added by lstaltari on Feb 04, 2015 11:14 AM

wvy
Rev. Mark Atwood, d. Nov. 1898, St. Johnsboro
Anne, I'm hoping with your cemetery-recording in Caledonia Co, you just may have info on the above minister's grave.
I've an old obit, with his picture from a church cyclopedia, pub. 1889. I found a few of his children's graves: William Burr Atwood, bur. Mt. Pleasant, with his wife, Bessie Yarrington Atwood; also, in Mt. Pleasant is Simon Drew Adwood, 1863-1953; another son, Hale Mark Atwood, 1857-1880, [I think Lyndon/Landon cem?], but no links/mention of Rev. Mark or his wife, Lovina (Davis) Atwood. I found a blog which said his "tombstone is large with Bible carved on top, in cemetery behind our church." but no name of church or town. Any clue/info is appreciated.
winnie

Added by wvy on Feb 04, 2015 7:52 AM

maggie
Burial
Hi Anne
Mary Lynch nee Dougherty died 23 Feb 1877 and is interred in Mt Calvary Cemetery. Her sister Grace Doherty died in St Johnsbury 20 Apr 1899. Could you tell me if Grace is also interred in Mr Calvary Thanks Magaret

Added by maggie on Feb 01, 2015 9:26 AM

doug forsyth
John M Forsyth
Anne , thank you for the photo of my 3 gr grandfathers headstone . John M Forsyth had a child with another woman back in 1867 and that is my line . Again , thank you - thank you - thank you !
Doug Forsyth - Rochester , NY

Added by doug forsyth on Jan 19, 2015 7:15 AM

MJ (Tilton) England
Loomis Family
Anne, thought I would let you know in case you may be interested. I found a book on the Loomis Family. You can get it in eBooks through Google. The name is "Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America and His Antecedents in the Old World" It has a lot of good information. Wish I had found it a long time ago. Would have been a lot less headache in my research.

Added by MJ (Tilton) England on Jan 15, 2015 9:29 AM

rickb
Lyndon Arnold & Emilie
Thank you for the great pictures, your time and effort is greatly appreciated. Rick

Added by rickb on Dec 12, 2014 7:04 PM

rickb
Katie & Herman Burkett
Thank you so much for the great photo of their grave marker, you time and effort is very much appreciated. Rick

Added by rickb on Dec 12, 2014 5:14 PM

Kevin Thomas West
Whipple West
There is another Whipple A. West at Mount Pleasant, but that is another Whipple West, believe it or not. Whipple Aldridge West died while in service during the Civil War in 1864. There is a record of the gov't making a headstone for him. They list the cemetery as St. Johnsbury Center. It could very well be the old cemetery, no? I created a memorial at the new one, since that is where his family seem to be. Thoughts?

Thank you so much for the transfers.

Kevin

Added by Kevin Thomas West on Oct 27, 2014 12:41 AM

Kevin Thomas West
West Families
Hello Anne,

thank you so much for the note and for the photos of all the West clan. You are more than welcome to transfer them to me, up to you. But if you need me to put in a request on the actual memorials, I will. But really, just appreciate your time and energy and loveliness.

:-)

Kevin

Added by Kevin Thomas West on Oct 26, 2014 7:38 PM

maggie
RE: Mary Dougharty Lynch
re: Grace Dogherty; Thanks ever so much for your research, I do appreciate it. I did not find her in Quebec,Canada in the family plot. Maybe she was buried in St Johnsbury without a headstone??

Added by maggie on Oct 26, 2014 6:46 AM

maggie
RE: Mary Dougharty Lynch
a request: Anne's sister Grace Dogherty died in St Johnsbury 20 Apr 1899, could you tell me if she is buried in Mount Calvary ? Thanks for your help.Marg

Added by maggie on Oct 25, 2014 8:52 AM

tom Jacques
RE: Eldad Root Lyndon Ctr
Anne

I think you are correct on katie belden being catherine belden root - the dates align properly with catherine belden root's record of death in Burke vt.

Thank you so much.
Tom

Added by tom Jacques on Jul 27, 2014 8:19 PM

Christopher Brooks
RE: John B. Brooks & wives, St. Jay
Charles E. ("Charley") was indeed son of John B. Brooks. His wife Nettie Galbraith was his step-sister; her mother was Mary Elizabeth Chase (1st marriage), who married (2) his father John. I spent most of the night trying to figure this out, but the key is the 1880 census, where Mary Chase joins John Brooks's household along with 3 Galbraith stepchildren, among them Nettie. Can't see the rest of your message from this screen, but 4-5 of Charley's children ended up in Bethlehem, NH, where I live, and several married Huntoons here. I photographed some of their stones yesterday (still to edit and upload), and then started trying to work out the ancestral line. I'm a one-name researcher of Brooks families descending from New England founders. One of "Charley"'s grandchildren, also Charley, lives near me, and his wife and I have been sporadically trying to work out his ancestry for probably 15 years. The line goes back to John B., whom I strongly suspect (despite census reports) is Canadian, not New England, by birth.

Added by Christopher Brooks on Jul 27, 2014 12:33 PM

tom Jacques
RE: Eldad Root Lyndon Ctr
Thank you anne

One Huge favor.

I am trying to locate any information I can to link Eldad Root's brother Roswell back to his parents - moses root and Lavinia Alexander.

I believe Roswell Root was born in Lydon and he and his wife catherine belden are supposedly buried in woodmont cemetery in Burke per find a grave but there are no pictures or details.

I need this link to submit Moses Root as a patriot to the Sons of the American Revolution - he was a minuteman from Northfield and fought at tgi battle of Bunker Hill.

Moses father in law Captain Thomas Alexander also from Northfield lead an expedition against Quebec and was in Morristown, NJ in December 1776 as part of General George Washington's army when it crossed the Deleware.

Any assistance you can provide to locate their graves or other information on Roswell and Catherine would be greatly appreciated. I do have the death record on Catherine from the town of Burke that I found online.

Thank you and have a grant day.
Tom

Added by tom Jacques on Jul 27, 2014 7:44 AM

Lisa M (Beloat) McDowell
William and Bridget Abbott
Ah....that always makes me sad. Thank you so much
for your effort in trying to locate their graves. Your time and effort is greatly appreciated! Lisa

Added by Lisa M (Beloat) McDowell on Jul 08, 2014 6:56 PM

Susan
Betty Jean Ayer Sweeney
Hi Anne,
I did see both memorials and thought it was strange she wasn't buried with her husband and son, that is why I request the photo request on the other memorial. Her death certificate doesn't indicate where she is buried, just that she was cremated. Although I never met Betty Jean, she is my 2nd cousin once removed. I was going to send a message to Charles Swasey, but see you have already.
Thank you so much for trying to fulfill my photo request.
Have a nice day,
Susan

Added by Susan on Jun 23, 2014 4:13 PM

Tim & Grace
STONE stones in Saint Elizabeths Cemetery

Wow! That was quick! Thank you for taking the gravestone photos of Albert & Madeline Stone. Albert's brother, Fred, is buried over here in Maine at Togus National Cemetery. I just fulfilled his gravestone photo request and did some research.

My kids have ancestors buried in Lyndon Center Cemetery (LaBay) that I have visited, but I am not familiar with the Catholic Cemeteries in the area.

I have tentatively placed Albert's father and grandfather in this cemetery... but I can't find them in any listings. Albert's brother, John M. Stone, died in Lyndon in 1886, so it is most likely they are all buried in Saint Elizabeths, even though they died in nearby towns.

Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330

Live Long and Prosper \V/,

Added by Tim & Grace on Jun 19, 2014 2:51 PM

Christine Phelps
Myron Smith, etc.
WOW!! One day, just one day after I requested this photo you not only fulfilled this one but in doing so have given me more information about my family. I know VERY limited information about his life and I think I have discovered, through your postings, that he was either married after my great-great grandmother or her name was not what I thought. And if my gggrandmother is Dezette, I now have more generations to look into.

I just can't even tell you enough...THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!

Added by Christine Phelps on Jun 15, 2014 3:37 PM

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