|talegi||RE: Cora Short Goodridge|
Thank you for sending me information. Your suggested corrections have been made. I am happy to transfer memorials to any family member that is interested in maintaining them. Send me a transfer request, available on each Memorial page, if you would like to take over maintenance.
Added by talegi on Jan 13, 2015 6:16 AM
|Crista Ordway||RE: Alvah Jones|
You are very welcome! I think I did see a Ruth also. This cemetery is only about a mile from my house, so if you need any others here I will be happy to get them.
Added by Crista Ordway on Jun 07, 2014 4:40 PM
|Greg Hetzler||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 73832705|
Hello! As you state, the good attitude is 'Get-Er-Done'. I will take care of the transfer, thanks. Alias Braley would have been a neighbor to the Blue Cape I reconstructed there, a home built around 1800. I have tagged several other historic neighbor memorials for photos at Brookfield Center Cemetery as I do the research. Plenty of history.
Added by Greg Hetzler on Apr 17, 2014 10:25 PM
|Greg Hetzler||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 73832705|
I had forwarded an edit, which should be waiting under your tab named edits. The burials of Silas's parents are not known. I am not related though have been researching the neighborhood history of where I lived for a while in Brookfield. Silas was son of John Braley, Jr. I wrote a brief bio for his nephew, Daniel Braley Memorial# 60027893.
Has mud season passed?
Added by Greg Hetzler on Apr 15, 2014 8:20 PM
|Greg Hetzler||Find A Grave Memorial# 73832705|
Hello, Thank you for accepting my edits. I just sent you another. As you state, I too find Find A Grave a good excersise, a good resource to unravel history. Please feel free to contact if any questions on any edits. I keep sources for them in Ancestry.
Hope the cancer stays away.
Added by Greg Hetzler on Apr 15, 2014 3:25 PM
|Wendy||Sarah Nye, East Road Cemetery, Berlin, VT|
I have suggested an edit for Sarah, which gives her maiden name= Barnard
I was given the following as a link to her death info:
Added by Wendy on Feb 02, 2014 1:01 PM
|A Helper||RE: Bert Warner Wheeler|
Thanks for the info. I always hope to connect family members.
Added by A Helper on Jan 29, 2014 9:01 PM
|Stan Arnold||Vose memorials|
Thanks much for the transfers of the two memorials in Berlin, VT. I've added links and am working on bio.
Added by Stan Arnold on Sep 02, 2013 2:33 PM
|rick pickwick||brown genealogy|
I am in a long shot quest to find my 2nd great grandfathers grandparents. He was Daniel R Brown and according to the Marshfield town clerk he is interned in Aaron Joseph Brown's plot. I do not know of a relationship. Daniel's father, Sampson Burke Brown, died 2 years after Daniel was born in Morristown. In your research have you seen any information on a connection? or if you know Sampson's parents? He was married to Rebecca Sarah Brackett. Daniel married Ruth P Hicks.
Added by rick pickwick on Sep 01, 2013 8:50 PM
... and thanks for all the additional transfers!
Added by KBStewart on Jul 31, 2013 11:13 PM
Thanks so much for the transfer!
Added by KBStewart on Jul 30, 2013 3:49 PM
Many thanks for the transfers of Levi and Olle Hills in East Road Cem. Was just there to see their stones on Wednesday. Will get some links and bio put in soon.
Added by Stan Arnold on Jul 14, 2013 6:05 AM
|Emlen ||Solomon Nye - East Road Cem.|
Took a brush to this stone and letters are "TMSTR".
Not sure what that means...? Teamster?
FROM Wikipedia; RE: "Continental Line"
"Eighty-Eight Battalion Resolve
On September 16, 1776, the Continental Congress passed the "eighty-eight battalion resolve," which called for each state to contribute regiments in proportion to their population. (The terms regiment and battalion were virtually interchangeable at that time since nearly every Continental Army regiment consisted of a single battalion). The quota of infantry regiments was fixed at 15 each from Massachusetts and Virginia, 12 from Pennsylvania, 9 from North Carolina, 8 each from Connecticut and Maryland, 6 from South Carolina, 4 each from New York and New Jersey, 3 from New Hampshire, 2 from Rhode Island, and 1 each from Delaware and Georgia. Each state was expected to arm, clothe, and equip its regiments. A state's quota of infantry regiments was collectively known as that state's "line", such as the Pennsylvania Line. A state "line" was an administrative designation and not a tactical formation like a brigade or division."
Added by Emlen on Jun 22, 2013 3:50 PM
Thank you for the transfer of Delia (Tucker) Kent. I have added information and linked her to her parents.
Added by Robert on Jun 22, 2013 3:27 PM
|suleimom51||Henry L. Goucher grave site|
Thank you for posting my husbands grandfather's grave site. We had discovered he had been killed by being crushed by a block of limestone, but could never find where he was buried. It is good to know he is resting in a lovely place with his baby daughter next to him.
Added by suleimom51 on Feb 01, 2013 10:27 AM
B.D. Thanks so much for your effort and the nice photo. If you have a chance, I see that his wife is on the same stone and has a memorial in the cemetery; perhaps you could add this photo for her too. Happy trails!
Added by Sabina on Nov 18, 2012 2:49 PM
|Kevin Thomas West||RE: Lucy Cutler Daggett|
Elisha Cutler (1725-1769) and Anna Munroe (1729-1769), both from Middlesex Co., Massachusetts.
Added by Kevin Thomas West on Oct 11, 2012 5:30 PM
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||Elijah Andrews, SAR Patriot #P-103803, your Find A Grave Memorial#|
Thanks for your permission for Sons of the American Revolution to use your photo to be eventually linked from the Patriot Index at http://patriot.sar.org
Added by Dennis & Jean Boyer on Sep 14, 2012 4:11 PM
|Nora Yahl||Hannah at Black Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the photo of Hannah's (Stewart) gravestone in Black Cemetery - Berlin,VT. The one I had was not a good one, taken on a cold day and the camera kept acting up. This will show clearly that no last name was attached to Simpson Stewart's wife. A sticky subject for years amongst her descendants.
Added by Nora Yahl on Sep 10, 2012 9:41 AM
|k p||Elizabeth M Lizzie Martin|
I am the great grand daughter of Emogene King .. I have Emogene as the daughter of Elizabeth and Martin. You listed only two children. I was wondering if you wouldn't mind letting me know your ancestry.?
I do not recal meeting Lizzie but my great grandmother Emogene was very inspirational to me in my life and Worcester VT has a special place in my heart. I grew up there in the summer. Would you be so kind as to email me at email@example.com thanks
Added by k p on Jun 11, 2012 9:21 PM
|j wyke||You gave me a good laugh :)|
don't take those water pills at night,you will never sleep arggggg ; ) LOL LOL
Ophir is a gr-gr-gr-cousin,I have his father who is very famous.Keep him until someone else comes along that is closer in linage.
I'm still laughing
dang pills.....but what can you do
Judy in MI.
Added by j wyke on Apr 15, 2012 8:21 PM
|j wyke||thank you for linking|
Good evening B.D.
thank you so much for linking Ophir Leonard to his family.They have been seperated too many years.
You work faster than my water pills
God Bless you and yours
Judy in MI.
Added by j wyke on Apr 15, 2012 6:40 PM
|Joni Spellman Krause||Frankie Flood|
May I use your photos on Ancestry.com with credit given to you? Thank-you. Joni Spellman Krause
Added by Joni Spellman Krause on Feb 05, 2012 3:17 AM
|Rob Young||Abbie and Frank Coffin|
Thank You for your time with my request I really appreciate it. Its great to put a picture with
Added by Rob Young on Dec 13, 2011 7:05 AM
|charles swasey||RE: Elminia|
B D Fisher, Go ahead and post the stone most stones that age have some damage and many are missing . Thanks for all your photos. What they do is prove the person is really buried in this cemetery. Have a great day chuck
Added by charles swasey on Oct 22, 2011 8:10 PM