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Barbara A Beaman (#47400527)
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Merry Hill
Parker II Cemetery
Hello Barbara,

I was looking around for something to do, between my outings to photograph stones at Worcester Rural Cemetery, and found Parker II quite lacking in photos. So I've decided to take a couple of days and see what I can do.
I thought I'd warn you that you'll be getting edit requests as I also try to add information to your listings.

If you want to get in touch, my email: mmmhill@aol.com

Merry Hill

Added by Merry Hill on Jun 30, 2015 10:38 AM

Sarah Vickery
Ida L. Wiggins Kenison
Today I was looking at this woman's records, as I believe her first husband was Charles Danforth Whittier, on my tree. I have no idea who the Wiggins was, but it looks like she married him after the Kenison husband died! A busy woman...
Individual Report for Ida Lois Hobbs

Individual Summary: Ida Lois Hobbs

Sex: Female
Father: Henry Hobbs
Mother: Sarah Frances Chandler

Individual Facts:

Birth: 12 October 1863 in Princeton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
Census: 1870 in Princeton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA; indexed as Nobbs
Census: 1880 in Princeton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
Census: 1900 in Somerville, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
Census: 1910 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA; as Ida L. Kenison,
Census: with 2nd husband Eugene Kenison
1920 in Princeton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA; as Ida L. Kenison, with
Census: 2nd husband Eugene Kenison
1930 in Princeton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA; as Ida L. Kenison, with
Death: 2nd husband Eugene Kenison
14 April 1936 in Daytona Beach, Volusia, Florida, USA; Florida death record
names her as Ida L. Wiggins, widow, with parents Henry Hobbs and Sara
Francis Chandler; address was 724 Mulberry, East Princeton,
Occupation: Massachusetts
Dressmaker, private families (1910 census)

Shared Facts: Charles Danforth Whittier

Marriage: 22 August 1885 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, USA
Information: Single at time of 1900 census
Children: [no children with Charles Danforth Whittier]

Shared Facts: Eugene Leslie Kenison

Marriage: 23 September 1891 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
Information: Marriage record names his parents as Moses G. Kenison and Jerusha and
Children: hers as Henry and Sarah F. Hobbs
[no children with Eugene Leslie Kenison]

Shared Facts: Charles Descomb Stewart

Marriage: 25 March 1898 in Somerville, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
Information: Marriage record names his parents as Brooks D. and Annie O. (Newton)
Stewart. It was his 2nd marriage; widower, and her third (divorced). Names
bride as Ida L. (Hobbs) Kennison with parents Henry [Hobbs] and Sarah
Children: Chandler
[no children with Charles Descomb Stewart]

Notes:

Person Notes: [no notes]

Added by Sarah Vickery on May 06, 2015 9:29 AM

Martha
Harvy Otis Jr. and Wife
Hi Barbara, I have added a close-up photo of the grave stone that I took in May last year. :-)

Added by Martha on Feb 25, 2015 3:29 PM

Brian Eager
Phineas beaman
Hi Barbara
My name is Brian Eager from Bethlehem,Pa
I have an inherited dower chest that was built by phineas beaman

It was built approx around 1800. My grandmothers family is from the Worcester area of Mass and am wondering if this is the same Phineas Beaman.

The chest actually has his finger prints as decoration on it

My grandmothers maiden name was Leland

Thanks,

Brian Eager

Added by Brian Eager on Feb 24, 2015 3:48 AM

KP
Edward Everett
Hi Barbara - Do you know anything about Edward Everett (your # 115518108)? I'm looking for same name, but one who lived in West Roxbury late 1800's...Maybe buried elsewhere...Tx!

Added by KP on Feb 03, 2015 2:05 PM

Amber Beaman
Thank you!
Thank you for your great work. It's such a treasure to find information about the Beaman family!

Added by Amber Beaman on Sep 16, 2014 2:34 PM

J.Bosworth
RE: Albert Ayers Bosworth
Thanks so much!

Added by J.Bosworth on Dec 22, 2013 8:40 AM

sr
Mary Beaman
She is the daughter of Gamaliel S. Beaman and Augusta Keyes Beaman. do you know if there is a cemetery stone for either Mary or her mother Augusta. I assume they are buried in the North Cemetery from Augusta's death certificate abstraction that I have. Are you part of the family? Gamaliel and Augusta are my Great Grandparents.

Thanks for any information you can share,

Stephanie Beaman Reidinger

Added by sr on Oct 30, 2013 6:25 PM

Lori
RE: Billings/Ovenden
Hi,

I have a copy of the Lot Card showing everyone who was buried in the lot with death dates and occasionally other notes. If you are interested, you can send me your email and I will forward to you.

Thanks, Lori

Added by Lori on Sep 27, 2013 11:13 AM

Merrith Sabo-Jones
RE: Parker Graves
Hi Barbara,

You so graciously responded to my earlier email about the Parkers (my heritage traces through to Deacon Thomas Parker) and told me your tree name but, I am not sure how to find your tree in Ancestry.com - my tree is the Sabo-Jones Family Tree. How do we connect in Ancestry.com?

Merrith Sabo-Jones

Added by Merrith Sabo-Jones on Sep 16, 2013 1:43 PM

Meldy
North Cemetery in Princeton, MA
Thank you for all the great details. I am also more than happy to transfer memorials.

Added by Meldy on Aug 17, 2013 1:11 PM

Cappy Fann
Priscilla Thornton Beaman
Hi:

Priscilla Thornton Beaman's father's name was Robert Thornton, b. 1624, London. Arrived in 1635 onboard the "Elizabeth." d. 1707, Taunton, Briston, Massachusetts.
Haven't discovered her mother's name as of yet. But her parents married 15 Sep 1657 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
She had three sisters, Abiel, Sarah, and Mary.
This information is from town records.

Added by Cappy Fann on Aug 15, 2013 2:59 AM

Sharon G
Melinda grill Poppenhagen
Thank you for the photo, it is greatly appreciated!!

Added by Sharon G on Jul 28, 2013 6:50 PM

Merrith Sabo-Jones
Parker Graves
Hi Barbara,

I have seen several gravesites for the Parker family that were submitted by you. Am I correct in assuming that you may have the Parkers in your lineage? My grandfather was Eugene Louis Parker, and I trace back through to Deacon Ebeneezer Parker and back to Deacon Thomas Parker and earlier. I am on Ancestry.com and wondered if you wanted to share any information with me, and I could share with you?

Sincerely,

Merrith Sabo-Jones

Added by Merrith Sabo-Jones on Jul 19, 2013 1:27 PM

Chris Trainque
#105697158 L. Harrington
according to the History of Westminster, Ma. 1728-1893
Lansford Harrington son of John & Abigail born Westminster Oct. 6, 1830, listed as farmer. Enl. Co G, 53rd Regt. on the quota of Gardner Oct. 17, 1862 for 9 mos. service; is supposed to have been at the seige of Port Hudson in the summer of 1863. Disch. Sept. 2d at exp. of service.

Is the birth date you have on his stone?
Hope this info helps.

Added by Chris Trainque on Jul 06, 2013 9:46 AM

DDM
The Sistalas
Barbara,
I hope you enjoy the pictures of the Sistalas.
Very nice day in New York Mills with a beautiful drive through Minnesota lake country.
Thanks for the requests.

Regards
DDM

Added by DDM on Jul 03, 2013 6:17 PM

Chase Mirick
North cemetery, Mirick road
Hi there! My name is Chase Mirick and I came across your photos of north cemetery on Mirick road. Many of my ancestors are in there and I am very interested in finding out more. I would love to put the pieces back together. I was wondering you knew if where I could find information on them, like what they did for work and how they died. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much for your time.





Sincerely, Chase Mirick

Added by Chase Mirick on Jul 02, 2013 8:37 AM

Martha
Catharine Otis
Hi Barbara, I have sent you a message with the edit function on Roland's memorial page. I have included my email address and would like to have the photos you mention. Thank you.

Added by Martha on Apr 23, 2013 9:21 PM

Sharon Lavash Hawkins
RE: Catherine Gardner
Hi Barbara, even though I wasn't able to find it, I'll keep her on my list in case I happen to stumble across her in my future travels.
Regards,
Sharon

Added by Sharon Lavash Hawkins on Apr 23, 2013 12:10 PM

Patricia Harrison Armstrong
RE: Photo
You are quite welcome. Good luck with your research!

Added by Patricia Harrison Armstro... on Feb 15, 2013 10:08 PM

Caron Stillmunkes
Harriet Doane Austin
Thanks!

Added by Caron Stillmunkes on Jan 22, 2013 6:35 AM

Caron Stillmunkes
William and Harriet Doane Austin
You created a memorial page for Harriet Austin, buried in the Plainfield Twp. Cemetery. I created one for her husband, William. If you are related, I would be happy to transfer his page to you. And if you are related, would you happen to have a photo of Harriet's brother - Robert C. Doane's - headstone? Thanks!

Added by Caron Stillmunkes on Jan 22, 2013 5:26 AM

mike oskilanec
hello
Barbara, How have you been? Is your mom still alive? I was reading something about my brother Bill & your name popped up. Bill Wright thought your mom was living in Beecher. Contact me. Thanks Michael

Added by mike oskilanec on Dec 18, 2012 12:42 AM

A Marine's Daughter
RE: John Jetenberg
You're welcome. I'll try to get back in there soon, but with my crazy schedule lately, I can't guarantee it. I only live 40 miles away.

Added by A Marine's Daughter on Oct 10, 2012 3:59 PM

A Marine's Daughter
John Jetenberg
I managed to catch someone in the office yesterday, but it's the manager's husband and he wasn't as well-versed in this as she was. But, he did tell me that Mr. Jetenberg is in Block C Row 4 Grave 16. He had one map to show me, not make a copy of. I think I found where he showed me and there were remnants of a possibly homemade stone, but nothing more. There were homemade stones next to it that looked like the same material so that's why I guessed that's what it was. There was so much overgrowth on the neighboring stone that I couldn't read the name for sure, but it didn't look like Jetenberg. I did take a photo of what I thought was his grave, but am not absolutely positive that this was the right grave. Hopefully, I can catch the actual manager there next time and look at that map again. I live 40 miles away and don't get to Butte every week.

Added by A Marine's Daughter on Oct 06, 2012 6:36 AM

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