|Jim Dugan||Levi, #168891970|
Thanks for posting the marker photo for Joan Tower Dawson, #140224113.
It took a while to find the identity of the third name on the marker, "1991-Levi-2006".
Turns out Levi was Joan's cat.
So that no one else would be as confused as I was, I made a memorial for Levi.
Please add the marker photo you posted to Joan's memorial to the one I made for Levi, #168891970.
Added by Jim Dugan on Aug 24, 2016 4:23 PM
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Apologies|
I wanted to apologize for the flood of edits and thank you for your updates. Refreshing.
Added by Anne Shurtleff Stevens on Jul 30, 2016 5:06 PM
|Descendant||Transfer please: #69958414 & #69958494|
Would you kindly transfer management of my Greatx3 Grandparents (William J. Pedman & Sarah Chessman Clark -Find A Grave #s above) to me?
Along w/ basic research over 35 years, I have been to their graves in Weymouth. I have spent years researching William. I have been to Bermuda, where he was born, to: the Church in which his parents were married (I have a painting of it), & to to the very old Church in which William's Mother was baptized in 1800. I also went to the Spotsylvania battlefield in VA, where he was injured during the Civil War, & the Monument to the 1st Regiment, MA Heavy Artillery, in which he served.
I would greatly appreciate it, as I feel that Family Members should be managed by Family.
Thank you very much.
Descendant, Find A Grave Member/Contributor #48287449
Added by Descendant on Jun 22, 2016 4:22 PM
|Jesse & Dianas Line||Transfer Request in Kind|
Hello Hammer, I was wondering if I might be able to have record 94635312 George Newell transferred to me, he is my 2nd great-uncle and I have additional info I can add. Thank you so much and many blessings to you and yours!
Added by Jesse & Dianas Line on Jun 05, 2016 9:35 AM
|Ron Guilmette||Charles & Nancy Spring|
I believe the Charles and Nancy Spring you have Find A Grave in theFort Hill Cemetery in Plymouth are the following:
Charles Spring was born on 1824 in Saco Maine, son of Lewis and Eliza Spring. He began sailing as a cabin boy at ten years of age and eventually moved to East Weymouth and Hingham and was employed as a painter. He married Nancy H. Remington (b. 1826) in Hingham on August 7, 1849. Massachusetts State Police Chief Constable Edward J. Jones appointed him a state police deputy constable for Plymouth County in August 1870. He served for a very short time before being appointed a deputy sheriff in Plymouth County. He also served as a town constable, night police, and truant officer in Hingham and as a Nantasket Beach Railroad Policeman. Charles Spring died at age 74 on March 29, 1900 and was still serving as a deputy sheriff at the time of his death. His wife Nancy died in 1902 and they are both buried in Forth Hill Cemetery. (Family Search.com) (Genealogybank.com)
Added by Ron Guilmette on May 01, 2016 4:32 PM
|P. Jones||RE: William & Harriet Thompson|
Thank you for the info. I will go to the daughters pages to link them to their parents.
Added by P. Jones on Mar 11, 2016 9:30 AM
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Thank you|
for all your incredible photos and work at Hingham.
Added by Anne Shurtleff Stevens on Feb 17, 2016 9:18 AM
|Richard Ray||Abbie A Lincoln|
she was married to George Herbert Davis on 18 Jun 1873.
George Herbert Davis survived her and married secondly, Annie Davis Raymond on 6 Jan 1892.
George Lincoln in Volume III, page 14 shows Abbie as Bela Lincoln and Abigail A Newcomb child.
Through the Massachusetts Vital Records by virtue of the named parents of George Herbert Davis it names the marriage to Annie Davis Raymond.
Added by Richard Ray on Dec 30, 2015 7:56 AM
|frank nyross||Find A Grave Memorial# 99910135|
Is it possible that you may consider transferring the subject Harold A. Breach Record to me at
frank nyross (#47999182)
He is a Great Uncle
Added by frank nyross on Aug 23, 2015 8:08 PM
|frank nyross||Harold BreachFind A Grave Memorial# 99910135|
Is it possible to add Harold's Father Find A Grave Memorial# 97130791 to his Son Harold's Find A Grave Memorial# 99910135?
Added by frank nyross on Jul 25, 2015 1:16 AM
I have found that there is another Find-a-Grave started Feb. 17, 2009 for Dorothy Y (Sanford) Fernald. #3394641. Yours, however is more complete. I don't know how they handle this, unless one of you requests ownership of the other. I don't know if either of you is family to anyone mentioned at this gravesite. Dorothy is my father's sister.
Added by TOY on Apr 29, 2015 4:13 PM
|TOY||Mother of Dorothy|
Anna Olive (Ryder) Sanford, #5729718, is the mother of Dorothy (Sanford) Davis Fernald, #70714427. I appreciate all you do. Thanks again
Added by TOY on Apr 29, 2015 2:54 PM
|TOY||RE: Maiden name|
Thank you so much for all you have done. Davis and Fernald children agreed on the names for the monument, so Fernald is fine with me. It's the name Social Security went by. I'm still looking for her son Alan Davis who died in 2014.
Added by TOY on Apr 28, 2015 7:27 PM
|TOY||One more request|
Thank you for the wonderful things you do for those of us who can't be there. I have added Elaine Ada (Davis) Waugh to Find-a-Grave #145708622 and was hoping you could transfer your photos and link her to her husband, Bud Waugh, #70714417, and her mother Dorothy Yvonne (Sanford) Fernald. #70714427. I'd like you to have photo credit. I see Elaine's name on the monument, but no additional info. Thank you so much.
Added by TOY on Apr 28, 2015 9:08 AM
My father's sister Dorothy Yvonne Davis Fernald had 2 married names on the monument. She had children by both marriages. Her maiden name was Sanford. I'd like to link her to family. Her father, (my grandfather) is #5729704.
Added by TOY on Apr 27, 2015 7:51 PM
|GS||Deborah and Hannah Gill - Hingham|
Hello, Hammer -
Your work much appreciated.
Would you consider transferring management the memorial of Deborah Gill d. 1881 and Hannah Gill d. 1861 to me? Hingham MA Cemetery.
They are sisters of my 3rd great grandfather.
Thank you for considering.
Added by GS on Apr 11, 2015 9:36 PM
|Lynne Mitchell Corbett||RE: Buckleys|
Yes, please transfer Bernard and Mary Buckley to me. Thank You.
Lynne Mitchell Corbett
Added by Lynne Mitchell Corbett on Mar 23, 2015 10:40 AM
|P. Aldrete||# 88185090 Inf Dau of Jeremiah Chubbuck|
Find A Grave Memorial# 88185090. Hello, I wonder if you might have another photo that reveals the dates on this headstone, that seems to be covered by grass or partially buried in the soil? Or would you be willing to clear away some soil and grass in order to take a new photo? Apparently mother Mary lost several infants, perhaps to boys and two girls. I don't want to duplicate, so dates would be very helpful. Thank you for your consideration.
Added by P. Aldrete on Jan 31, 2015 12:54 PM
|Jim Dugan||Sidney Dawson grave photo|
Please add the grave marker photo you posted for
Sidney Dawson, #94600971, to the memorial I made for his third wife Joan Frances Tower Page Dawson, #140224113. It has both of their names and dates.
Added by Jim Dugan on Dec 20, 2014 10:17 AM
|Martmbr||Sloan - # 128188143|
Appreciate your taking and posting the photograph of the headstone for William Sloan, his wife, and daughters. I have two requests for your consideration:
1) Transfer to me as this is my brother-in-law's family. (Unless, of course, you are also related).
2) I see you indicated this posting was in response to a request. Might you be able to share the requester's information with me. I am researching this family of my brother-in-law and have hit several brick walls because MA doesn't have many public records on line.
Thanks for your consideration!
Added by Martmbr on Nov 30, 2014 6:58 PM
Thank you Hammer. I didnt realize you sent that to me. My apologies I have never asked for a memorial to be transferred. Most of my Dads family is buried there.
In fact, Harry Hutchison is my Grandmother and the Robinson's are my Great Grandparents. Thomas is my Uncle.
Added by Sherrill Lilienthal on Nov 25, 2014 3:26 PM
|Janis Paulding Swanson||Charles Whiton Blossom #82411560|
Hello Hammer - I have sent some edits in on the above memorial but would like to ask if you can add the following inscription from "Hingham in the Civil War":
CHARLES W. BLOSSOM,
Co. I, 16th Reg., Mass. Vols,
August 26, 1862
Aged 22 years 2 months
HE GAVE HIS LIFE TO HIS COUNTRY.
Thanks so much!
Added by Janis Paulding Swanson on Nov 18, 2014 3:05 PM
Hello, I believe this is the grave of my 2x great uncles son.
Added by Dennis B. on Nov 14, 2014 8:11 PM
|Paula Mine||Small world|
Hi, my co-worker is Danielle Cope-Sullivan. She's on my Friends list there.
I'm glad to have been able to get the phone back to it's owner. Glad it didn't get run over either. Makes for a fun story to tell. Being blinded by Science and all. :) Nice to meet you also. Small world.
Added by Paula Mine on Oct 15, 2014 6:04 AM
|Linda||RE: Samuel Thaxter|
It's OK. I will see what I can do with findagrave.
Added by Linda on Oct 11, 2014 9:54 AM