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Sheppard2 (#47648830)
 member for 3 years, 6 months, 22 days
109067938 bridges daughters

Thank you for photographing the children's stones.
I had two I knew were born, but had died before 1910. Your photo's made it possible to give names and dates to Burneace and Alvina Bridges. With that info I was able to find death records and found both deaths due to cholera.

Thanks for all you do!

Added by Jensen/Fleury/Sharpe on May 23, 2015 8:14 PM

Aunt & Uncle T
RE: Augusta Kalloch Christie
Thank you so much for the nice biographical information you compiled for her. I added it and gave you credit and then per your suggestion clicked "yes this person was famous." It'll go through an approval process so it'll be up to the administrators to determine that outcome. Thank you so much for your help and dedication to our Aroostook County ancestors!

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Apr 27, 2015 8:02 AM

Aunt & Uncle T
Augusta Kalloch Christie
Hi there! Got your message. Augusta Christie is my grandmother's 1st cousin so I am not going to transfer her memorial for updating purposes. If you would like to send me any information to add to the memorial, I would be happy to do so. Her memorial does state that she served in the Maine House and Senate and mentions that the Christie Complex at NMCC is named in her honor.

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Apr 26, 2015 4:41 PM

Lillian Stevens
Thank you for your efforts on getting recognition for Lillian. I'm not kin, but find her bio interesting. Thanks and Good Luck. A star will be great :)

Added by timcdfw on Apr 19, 2015 2:51 PM

Dead weight
RE: Harry & Elmer(s) Sague
Thank you for responding. I'm always curious as to how people are related. So you see, it's nothing more than being nosy.

Original message:
Took me some time to look get back to this.
In answer to your question. I believe Harry Sague (1848-1938) is a first cousin to Elmer Ellsworth Sague Sr. (1861-1927). Their fathers were both sons of Anthony Sague (1791-1857).
The person we have as Elmer Ellswoth Sr. (1889-1968) would technically be Jr., and his son Elmer E. Sague III (1911-1913). Pennsylvania, Death Certificates shows that latter as "Jr." So I think Find a Grave matches the usage. Hope this is not too confusing.

Added by Dead weight on Mar 27, 2015 9:01 PM

Dead weight
If I come across an uncommon name, I'll look further into the name to see if there are any in the area.

Original message:
Thanks for the comments on the Sagues. I am delighted to see more of that family and to learn of photos to be added.

I appreciate the offer of transfer, but I have not discovered any relationship to my own Sague line in New York. It is a somewhat uncommon name, but I have been unable to confirm immigration or origins within my own family.

I had just added parental links when I discovered your edit suggestion. By then it showed no change. Sometimes that can be annoying when someone uses your info and then rejects the addition. I should have checked first. Hey, we're all trying to do the same thing--honor our ancestors.

Added by Dead weight on Mar 27, 2015 3:08 PM

Frank Brightly #120637144
I added a newspaper picture plus 2 articles about Mr. Brightly. If you don't want them on his memorial I will gladly remove them. Thought they were an interesting read.

Added by Louise on Feb 16, 2015 4:23 PM

Aunt & Uncle T
Sumner Whitney
Great bio for Sumner Whitney!! Thank you so much for sharing. He was married to my 3rd great grand aunt. How interesting to learn more about our ancestors - it's priceless really.

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Feb 09, 2015 5:22 PM

Dr. Eveleth
Thank you for the information!!! I too am interested in history and people who made it. The Civil War is my special era. That was my degree field and after moving to Maine I became aware of our state's participation in the conflict and was amazed. I will add this info....are you related? It took me awhile to find Dr. Eveleth downstate. I noticed that Elizabeth's parents are buried in Fairmount????? The other thing I find interesting are the migration patterns from various places/towns downstate into Aroostook County. Thank you again for the info on Elvira!

Added by pbarrett on Feb 08, 2015 8:56 AM

Aunt & Uncle T
RE: Whitney Family
No problem at all!!

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Feb 03, 2015 7:33 AM

Alan Price
Clifton Leroy Ricker
Hi, whenever you have time, please take a look at the "Public Messages" I have left in relation to Clifton Leroy Ricker. If you would like some more information, please contact me. Thank you very much.

Added by Alan Price on Jan 18, 2015 9:50 AM

RE: Flora MacLean Howard
I'm a Campbell and we have plenty of ties to MacLeans. I'm hoping you practice moral excellence.

Added by Bernadette on Jan 06, 2015 5:23 PM

Back to MacLean
Gravestone photo:

Added by Bernadette on Jan 06, 2015 1:34 PM

Flora MacLean @ Malagawatch
I never even look at the personal family trees on ancestry but rely strictly on primary sources.

I did find a Florah Howard married to a Charles A. in the 1891 Canadian Census. That person spells her name with an "h", and was 57 at that time, making the dates match. Similarly, I could find no Howard MacLean with a wife named Flora in that year. I made the changes.

Added by Bernadette on Jan 06, 2015 1:13 PM

Aunt & Uncle T
RE: James A Bird
You are quite welcome!

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Nov 06, 2014 6:44 AM

Jane Hamilton
RE: Charles Mount
Alice, thanks for the transfer, but do not believe he is the Charles Mount that I seek.

Added by Jane Hamilton on Sep 19, 2014 4:17 PM

Jane Hamilton
Charles Mount
Hi Alice,
What more, if anything do you have on Charles Mount, 1838-7 Dec 1863? He could be a gr gr grandfather. Jane

Added by Jane Hamilton on Sep 19, 2014 1:01 PM

Shirley Mitchell
RE: Mary Bolster Rosebrook link
Not a problem. Thank you for letting me know you found her father. I do like to get as many linked as possible to help people find their ancestors.

If you are related and want her memorial please just let me know. I created hers when I was finding her Rosebrook husband for a friend. None of them are related to me.


Added by Shirley Mitchell on Sep 17, 2014 4:39 PM

Aunt & Uncle T
If you want any family transferred to you, please let me know! :)

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Sep 03, 2014 1:13 PM

Aunt & Uncle T
RE: Chandler relations
I got the edits. Thanks. Saw the Chandlers in one of your virtual cemeteries so thought I'd ask. They're my husband's relations.

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Sep 03, 2014 1:11 PM

Zuzu*s Petals
Jennie DeWitt
Her maiden name of Armstrong came from burial records. You have stronger info on her maiden; so, I changed it to Smith. Thank you for the information.

Cheers - Kathie

Added by Zuzu*s Petals on Sep 03, 2014 9:57 AM

Aunt & Uncle T
Chandler relations
Are you connected to the William and Martha Record Chandler line?

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Sep 02, 2014 10:13 PM

Aunt & Uncle T
RE: DeWitts of Presque Isle
How exciting for your husband! We've discovered the same thing with my husband!! We've found he has tons of relatives all over The County.

Added by Aunt & Uncle T on Sep 02, 2014 10:09 PM

Eiphalet Lewis
Sheppard, sorry took so long to reply, but just got back from Vac. I took the info on him from the cemetery listings on Berwick Cemetery. I don't have it now, but a cousin who I am seeing on the 7th of Aug. Will get it from her and see if I made a mistake on parents. Not saying I did, not saying I didn't. Have a good one.

Added by RalphTerryDavis on Aug 18, 2014 1:29 PM

Mike B.
RE: Lieut. Edwin Rogers
Thank you. Very nice having it all together.

Added by Mike B. on Aug 05, 2014 8:46 AM


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