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mrsthing (#47810707)
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RA Look
Rhoda Arey Carver
Hi Judy,
Thank you for taking the time to provide a biography for Rhoda's memorial. Your contribution and work for Find A Grave is appreciated.
Best wishes,

Added by RA Look on May 02, 2016 8:29 AM

Jack Stevens
RE: Monument in the South Church Cemetery, Andover, MA
Hi Judy, the sign says "To guard the Pioneer dead of the South Parish". Jack

Added by Jack Steven... on Mar 20, 2016 2:21 PM

Jack Stevens
RE: Monument in the South Church Cemetery, Andover, MA
If you will give me the Find A Grave # of the monument I will try to help You. Jack

Added by Jack Steven... on Mar 19, 2016 6:13 PM

John Glassford
Jewett Rogers # 125783363

Sorry it took awhile to respond. I drafted my friend Eileen Dodge to help with this. First, Jewett Rogers, Jr. #125783363 is not a JR, and I have removed that from his name on the memorial. He is indeed the son of David Rogers and Esther M. (Howard) Rogers. He died 5 Nov 1912 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.

There are two death records for him, same birth and death date - one has erroneously listed Jr. You are correct, he was listed as Jr. in one to differentiate him from an older Jewett Rogers.

There are several Jewett Rogers out there in the same area at about the same time....some families don't know when to quit using the same Christian name so as not to confuse everyone. LOL!

John G.

Added by John Glassford on Dec 04, 2015 10:41 AM

Valarie Vine
Sarah Calderwood (Sacramento City Cemetery)
Thanks for your question about Sarah Calderwood. I have linked her to her husband Job and found a couple brief items referencing her passing in 1919 that I have added to her bio section. According to the Sac City Cemetery listing there was a headstone, although I did not see it when I was there a year ago, so just added a photo of the family plot (67-526) where she is buried with her husband and several of her children. Will take a closer look for her marker when I am there again this fall.

Added by Valarie Vine on Oct 15, 2015 2:24 PM

Ed Hanson
RE: Capt. Jonathan Crockett
First of all, there was a slight typo (now corrected), and the date of the article should read 22 Jan 1846 (obviously after the accident, not before). That information is taken from the Crockett Genealogy by Charles S. Candage, which does not give any other information. I know that Charles and his wife Ruth published some records from the local newspapers through Picton Press in Maine, but I don't have a copy. You might try the Maine State Library or local library in Rockland.

Added by Ed Hanson on Aug 10, 2015 10:32 AM

John Glassford
Elizabeth Merrill Titcomb at W. Newbury, Mass.
Memorial# 69152036


Thank you very much for providing/clarifying the information on this memorial. I am sending this memorial to a genealogist friend of mine on the West Coast now to see if she can fill in the remaining uncertainties.

Happy graving!,

John Glassford
Andover, MA

Added by John Glassford on Oct 04, 2014 5:26 PM

Ed Hanson
Judy, I've transferred all my Peatfield entries over to you now. Have fun!

Added by Ed Hanson on May 07, 2014 9:51 AM

Diane D
Peatfield and Mann
I think I got them all!

Added by Diane D on May 06, 2014 5:34 PM

Diane D
Joseph Peatfield
I transferred Joseph. It's been awhile since I've been on Find a Grave so I had to check out how to request how to transfer :).
All you have to do is go to the memorial, select "edit" tab and then select "suggest any other correction or addition". Then you can just type in your request to transfer. That way I have the memorial number and your member number all in one email. Have a good day.

Added by Diane D on May 06, 2014 4:21 AM

Diane D
Joseph Peatfield
I don't mind transferring any of the Peatfields that have been transcribed in this cemetery or other family members that you find. Just go to the memorial page and make the request from the page and I will transfer :)

Added by Diane D on May 05, 2014 7:28 PM

Ancestry Daig
RE: Wagon Wheel Cemetery?
This was the name my Uncle gave for where he was buried. I do not live on the east coast so can't check myself. I would assume this is the old ame for a cemetery there. The Vinalhaven Historical Society would know for sure...

Added by Ancestry Daig on Sep 25, 2013 5:50 AM

Ed Hanson
William Henry Crockett
Thanks. I took the dates from the Crockett genealogy (1989) and Heard genealogy (1987), both by Charles Candage, a descendant of both families, a long-time supporter of the Ash Point Cemetery and now buried there himself (I believe). However, the stone is pretty clear, so I'll change the record. Thanks again

Added by Ed Hanson on Oct 10, 2012 11:21 AM

Ancestry Daig
RE: Wagon Wheel Cemetery?
This is the information I was given by a family member. I have never been to the cemetery myself. Many regards.

Added by Ancestry Daig on Oct 09, 2012 10:57 AM

Ancestry Daig
RE: Wagon Wheel Cemetery?
Hi Judy, this was the data that I came across while searching for his headstone, so that's what I entered. I have never heard of Wagon Wheel Cemetery before myself either, but this is what turned up in my search. I've learned to leave the "hint" there, for others to follow, even if it is not 100 per cent accurate. I do try to be as accurate as possible and will change things when I do have the accurate information to replace it. A perfect example are the headstones for James R Carver and Eliza Smith, his wife. The data I had was that Eliza was buried in Calderwoods Neck Cemetery and James R Carver was buried in John Carver Cemetery. Neither one is correct and I am just now fixing both of them, as a result of you amazing and wonderful photographs. Thanks again. You'll be seeing the update soon. Many regards, Ancestry Daig

Added by Ancestry Daig on Oct 01, 2012 4:04 PM


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