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elizabeth lewis
Ann Thomas Edson
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Added by elizabeth lewis on Jun 10, 2014 6:51 AM

DDitter
Vetsch gravestone
Thank you for the nice updated photo of the Vetsch gravestone at St Albert's Cemetery.

I appreciate your efforts!

Thanks again,
Don Ditter

Added by DDitter on Jun 02, 2014 10:09 AM

Sharon Snider
RE: Mercy Miranda Hill Campbell
From the Hyway I do remember it is on the right side. I believe it is beyond the maintance building. However, there is a wonderful area map with names and places posted on the maintance building. I hope this helps you.

Sharon Snider

P.S. She is my 2nd GreatGrandmother. I am a Greatgranddaughter of her son David William Campbell.

Added by Sharon Snider on Mar 05, 2014 7:44 AM

Melodye Whatley
RE: Dorothy Brewster
My pleasure. :)

Added by Melodye Whatley on Sep 10, 2013 12:04 PM

LadyGoshen
RE: Joanna and Solomon Leonard
you're welcome. Just curious, why do you think they're in this cemetery? Everything I'm finding on them points to the Barnard/Pomfret area...

Added by LadyGoshen on Aug 19, 2013 7:11 PM

Anne B. Franklin
Mary Macon Marker
Abundant thanks for all your efforts to find her marker. I hope the cemetery wasn't terribly big! I must assume that she is buried without a marker for her grave; perhaps she is along side one of her relatives. Blessings, Anne Franklin

Added by Anne B. Franklin on Aug 12, 2013 2:56 PM

LC-NW
Sir Alexander Strange - mem# 53806542
Thanks so much for trying to find him. It means a lot to me.

Added by LC-NW on Aug 11, 2013 9:57 AM

Debbie J
RE: William Stewart
I found the one died in 1840 but not the other one. Sorry

Added by Debbie J on Aug 09, 2013 9:55 AM

Union48
photo
Hello,

Thank you for the headstone photo for Selmer Esterby. I appreciate your help and kindness very much.

Added by Union48 on Jul 15, 2013 9:24 PM

Anonymous
RE: Sarah McCallen
It is the gravestone of the Robert McCallen who died in 1800 and lived 68 years. I see that someone else already posted a picture of Robert's gravestone to the website. I took a photo that is a more direct head-on shot (and color corrected). I will be happy to post the additional photo if you'd like.
You're very welcome for the photos (I wish I could trace my family back to a 9th great grandmother--that's amazing!)

Added by Anonymous on Jul 15, 2013 8:04 PM

Anonymous
Sarah McCallen
Here is Sarah McCallen's marker. There were two other McCallens in the cemetery that I could still read (Robert and Habella).

Added by Anonymous on Jul 15, 2013 2:38 PM

mynwent
More Gurneys....
I am a bit dull at times. I forgot that I did indeed find another grave stone with the name Gurney on it at St Mary's Eaton Bray.

This is for David Gurney who died on 14th September 1851 aged 27 years. He was the husband of Hetty Gurney. He is buried with an infant daughter Hetty Selina Gurney who died, aged four months, just ten days earlier, on September 4th 1851. Could these Gurneys be relatives of yours too?

The grave stone is crumbling but the wording pretty clear. Again if you want to create memorials feel free to do so and I'll add the photographs. Failing that I'll create them myself and add them in a few days.

Kind regards
Mynwent

Added by mynwent on Jun 25, 2013 5:38 AM

mynwent
William Gurney at Eaton Bray
Hi

I popped in to the churchyard at St Mary's, Eaton Bray earlier today (I don't go that way very often but I still use a dentist about ten miles away) to see if I could find any of the graves for which you require photographs.

The churchyard has only circa 30 grave stones still in their original situation. Many of these are worn to the point of illegibility. At some point there has obviously been some clearance of old stones and some of the surviving markers have been placed against the perimeter walls of the churchyard.

Among these I found a grave for Hannah Gurney, wife of William Gurney who died on April 29th 186? (could be 1860 or 1862) aged 60 years. This looks like it could be a match for the wife of your relative. Some of the epitaph is unreadable lower down the stone.

Unfortunately I could find no Smiths among the surviving stone outside. The church itself was not open so I was unable to look inside for any other references.

I've added photographs of the church to the Find A Grave site; these will probably take several days for them to clear authorisation. If Hannah Gurney is indeed your relative you may like to add a memorial for her and I'll be happy add the photographs of the grave stone.

kind regards
Mynwent

Added by mynwent on Jun 25, 2013 5:24 AM

Janece Carter Streig
RE: Sarah Susannah Garrard Blodgett
I am not sure why I got your email. I did not create either of these two memorials.

Added by Janece Carter Streig on May 28, 2013 5:37 PM

Vicki Andersen
Martin Harmon
Oh My Gosh I am soooo sorry thanks for bringing that to my attention. You are right and somehow I had the wrong connection. I had it right in my genealogy and I have no idea How or Why I made that connection. I have deleted the connection. I guess it comes from doing tooo much late at night when I was tired.

Added by Vicki Andersen on May 28, 2013 1:11 PM

David Metcalf
RE: Sarah Susannah Garrard Campbell
Thank You for your assistance !

Added by David Metcalf on May 21, 2013 11:09 AM

David Metcalf
RE: Sarah Susannah Garrard Campbell
I tried looking for the other 2 with no luck,
Could you possibly let them know about the duplications and have them contact me

Added by David Metcalf on May 20, 2013 11:09 AM

Debbie Callahan
RE: Susannah Riddle
The cemetery office was closed today but I will go back on Wednesday and ask the office staff. The cemetery is mapped out on namesinstone.com if you are interested in the surrounding family members.
Debbie

Added by Debbie Callahan on May 13, 2013 9:31 PM

Kim Christensen
RE: Elizabeth Savory Eddy
My Pleasure. Kim.

Added by Kim Christensen on Apr 28, 2013 2:12 AM

CPlane Pilot
RE: Peaslee and Margaret Hoyt
My pleasure Tammy. I would ask, if you can, to return the favor and answer a picture request for someone else. David

Added by CPlane Pilot on Apr 17, 2013 9:00 AM

Don Green
RE: Henry and Gertrude De Bry

You're very welcome for the photos, Tammy. Honored to help out with locating your great grandparents ! Must be a real thrill to see their markers.
Take care,
Don

Added by Don Green on Apr 16, 2013 8:36 PM

Vicki Andersen
Sarah Harmon
Hi Tammy,

Could you please help me by sending me a link to the Sarah Harmon you are referring to. I checked the Sarah Harmons I have in my data base and I have Sarah Harmon born 1644 daughter of John Harmon and Elizabeth Cummings. Sarah Harmon born 1702 daughter of Nathanial Harmon and Mary Skinner. Sarah Harmon daughter of Martin Harmon and Tryphenia Poole. Non of which I have entered into Find A Grave. The only Sarah Harmon I can find that I entered was Sarah Jane Rodeback Harmon born 1842 and died 1924. If you could send me a link to her I would be glad to see if I can either prove or disprove her burial place. I got some information from a cousin which has proved to be a bit less than reliable and if she wasn't buried in Maple Grove I can easily correct the information.

Added by Vicki Andersen on Apr 04, 2013 2:02 PM

JJH
Isiah Campbell
I have linked him to his parents.
Julee

Added by JJH on Mar 08, 2013 3:35 PM

Becca
RE: photo request
You're very welcome. I only wish the stone had been in a bit better shape for you!

Regards,
~'Becca

Added by Becca on Mar 05, 2013 7:59 PM

OnlyMe
RE: Cecily Penny Chapin
To reclaim the land to make way for the trains. They run along the shores of the Connecticut river to this day.

Added by OnlyMe on Jan 05, 2013 6:26 PM

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