|Russ Pickett||Crafts Brother's|
Hi Pat, Thank you very much for letting me know about Donald & John being brothers. It's been added to their records. :-)
( They are also noted on the below webpage with a link to his grave )
Thanks My Friend,
Russ Pickett Find A Grave # 46575736
( Vietnam Army Veteran - Staff Sergeant )
Added by Russ Pickett on Sep 03, 2015 2:40 AM
|Sue Tait Porcaro||RE: frank boyd|
that is another great photo. i did have that one as i had looked at the manchester historical society website a while back.
that new photo you posted that i didn't have made my day!
Added by Sue Tait Porcaro on Aug 31, 2015 12:15 PM
|Sue Tait Porcaro||RE: frank boyd|
this is awesome! he is my great great grandfather. his father, William boyd, is a huge brick wall. he was a butcher in the Patten block.
Added by Sue Tait Porcaro on Aug 31, 2015 12:06 PM
|Sue Tait Porcaro||thanks!|
just saw the photo! its fabulous! thank you
Added by Sue Tait Porcaro on Aug 31, 2015 10:19 AM
|Sue Tait Porcaro||RE: Grandfather Boyd|
i would be delighted to see the photo, Pat
Added by Sue Tait Porcaro on Aug 31, 2015 8:25 AM
|Sue Tait Porcaro||RE: Grandfather Boyd|
would love to see it!
Added by Sue Tait Porcaro on Aug 17, 2015 7:41 AM
Many thanks for your kindness in sponsoring the memorials of SFC Richard Paul Raymond, SSG Richard Eugene Genest, SGT Roger Edward Robichaud and SGT Gaetan Jean Guy Beaudoin. Your contributions are most appreciated!
Added by Milou on Jul 25, 2015 12:46 AM
|John Wilby||RE: fosses in Valley|
Henry T, father of Henry P
Henry E, son of Walter
Added by John Wilby on Jul 09, 2015 7:49 PM
|John Wilby||RE: The Foss Family|
Henry E Foss, Son of Walter Foss, died
@ 21 days old.
Added by John Wilby on Jul 09, 2015 7:23 PM
|C Greer||RE: Mary Jane Russell Tilton|
Thanks. Usually the database would say moved or interred somewhere else and it doesn't. I believe the one you have is a cenotaph and the Cedar Hill one is where she is buried with her family. However, it may remain a mystery.
Added by C Greer on Jul 07, 2015 11:09 PM
|Mary Ann||RE: Abraham Bunton|
The information I have on Abraham Burton is from the Wilton town history--Abraham was born April 20, 1822, son of John and Sarah (Dale) Burton. It says that he was married twice, and that Rachel A Parkhurst was his second wife (no mention of who the 1st wife was; also no mention of children apart from Abraham and Rachel having 2 children who died as infants). It does say the Abraham was "An upholsterer; res. Manchester".
Rachel was born 28 Jan 1826, was a teacher, and moved to Manchester after her marriage to Abraham. I don't know if this is enough information to tell if the Wilton Abraham is the same as this one in Manchester; thanks so much for getting back to me!
Added by Mary Ann on Jul 07, 2015 7:21 PM
|joy true||RE: Livingston/Liningstone|
According to the cemetery book, Hiram is buried in lot # 12221/2 on the Chestnut Path in the Valley Cemetery. There are two bases there, stones have disappeared. I have copies of Hiram's and Mary's death certificates. In this lot, his cousin, Charles Livingstone [the printer] is also buried. There is a large boulder in lot, placed there to mark Alan Livingston's gravesite. Alan was the grandson of Charles, and the Director of Parks in Manchester. Hiram and Mary had one surviving child, Robert, who married and moved to Providence, R.I. Mary lived with them until she died.
Added by joy true on Jul 03, 2015 6:54 AM
|Christopher Brooks||RE: Lewis Brooks Piscataquog Cemetery|
4 wives! Linked to Abby and updated, thanks.
Added by Christopher Brooks on Jul 02, 2015 7:31 AM
|HWA||Winfield and Lois Shaw|
I'm so glad it was helpful! Have added some more information.
Added by HWA on Jul 02, 2015 5:43 AM
|John Wilby||Oliver Gillingham|
Could you check these 3 memorials which
could be the same person.
Olivar Gillinham....95430043 Double entry
Also Elvyn Gillingham 95430034
Elvin Gillingham 63578980
Added by John Wilby on Jun 21, 2015 2:49 PM
|cheryl fox||abbie sargent|
hi- i found her death record and burial record... under sargent, as is her stone. i wonder how you came to add the wyman and hope it wasn't an error on my part sometime in the past. i will write john wyman and see how he came to list her as the wife of william as i believe this is an error. will let you know what i hear from him. cheryl
Added by cheryl fox on Jun 21, 2015 2:43 PM
|Rose Moszer||Valley Cemetery Plot 163|
Hi Pat, I sent you an e-mail to clarify family members buried in above plot.
Added by Rose Moszer on Jun 18, 2015 11:56 AM
|John Wilby||RE: Jessie Bartlett Valley|
4 stones in lot, 2 on ground.
I found a death record for Jessie. She
married Charles Barrett Jr. Cannot find
a marriage record for her.
Will enter the other family members.
Warren & Martha H married in Goffstown
01 May 1836.
I don't see Martha H in the Valley.
Added by John Wilby on Jun 18, 2015 1:40 AM
|John Wilby||RE: Eldora aka Eldoras Chase in Valley|
Lawrence MA Vital Records gives a birth
name of Eldora Chase.
Valley Cemetery Records Image 896 gives
a burial date of 23 Aug 1911 for Eldora
NH Death Records 1654-1947 gives a death
date of 19 Aug 1911 and a burial date
of 23 Aug 1911 in the Valley Cemetery,
for Eldoras J Chase.
Either way would have documentation and
hopefully family may enlighten us.
Added by John Wilby on Jun 15, 2015 2:54 AM
|DPart||Lot # Please|
I have transitioned from the boot to a splint, and need to get some limited exercise, so I want to get this one # 95407131 and 1 other lot.
Added by DPart on Jun 12, 2015 12:23 AM
|Allison Ferris Pierce||Hosea and Lilla Burnham|
Thanks very much!
Added by Allison Ferris Pierce on May 30, 2015 6:15 PM
absolutely, at your convenience, I'm going through the memorials I have created, but they won't last long with so much time on my hands. Thank You as always
Added by DPart on May 22, 2015 2:42 PM
I have a broken ankle, that is going to keep me off my feet through mid june. So no ground work in the Valley, BUT I have a World Explorer Plus plan in effect with Ancestry, and tons of time. I would love to help you do research while I am incapacitated. Just send me some names and I'll be more than happy to help.
Added by DPart on May 22, 2015 8:46 AM
|Genealogist Searching New Hampshire||Misread what was said|
I'm sorry, but believe you are totally misreading us. First if you reread below it is a find a grave policy which we nicely sent to the other member you said we threaten and we were just showing you we didn't threaten it was just a friendly fyi. No need to get upset about anything, I totally understand what you are trying to say, and we are fine with that. Again, it was just a quote of the find a grave policy which can be found under the help with find a grave button. We have no power to do anything, only Find A Grave does. Hope you have a good week, and thanks again for the edits you did make.
Added by Genealogist Searching New... on May 18, 2015 10:33 PM
|Genealogist Searching New Hampshire||Sorry|
This is a copy of the message I sent which was not meant to be threatening in any way; it actually says a friendly FYI, if you viewed it that way I am sorry.
“Just a friendly FYI regarding Find A Grave policy on
As a contributor, do I have to make corrections or additions to the memorials I manage?
Find A Grave memorials are to be viewed as works in progress. There is always the potential for someone to send you a correction or additional information. As the manager of the memorial, we hope that you will be excited to receive and post new information as it is presented to you. If you neglect to update memorials when valid corrections are sent to you, we may determine that you have become an inactive member. If that happens, we may make corrections on your behalf or transfer management of the memorial to an active contributor. If you have added memorials that you do not want to manage, please let Find A Grave know, and we will assume management.”
Added by Genealogist Searching New... on May 18, 2015 9:26 PM