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John Derby (#47989523)
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RAP
RE: William Emery
Thanks for letting me know you were related....I like connecting families....especially since you live so far away.

Added by RAP on Sep 20, 2013 5:25 AM

Bob Snyder
David Abare
thank you very much for taking and posting the photo of David's memorial and adding the newspaper clipping about their 50th anniversary

Added by Bob Snyder on Jul 27, 2013 3:33 AM

Jayne Farley-Sorensen
RE: Olive LaForce
Hi John, we are from Colchester,vt and leaving tomorrow for Florida to sign for our home in Cocoa and do you know Paul Hines in Colchester, he has a home in Ocala area. would love to keep in touch. Jayne

Added by Jayne Farley-Sorensen on Jul 26, 2013 6:44 PM

Jayne Farley-Sorensen
RE: Olive LaForce
Hi John, you are more than welcome. where are you from. i am always interested in where people are from that i do research for. have a great day. Jayne

Added by Jayne Farley-Sorensen on Jul 25, 2013 6:22 PM

Marjean Holmes Workman
Joseph Farnum
Sorry, but we couldn't really find anything else to help with his first wife, Mary. You have probably already looked at these:

45 pages in his bounty land/pension file, but no mention of any wife before Edith
DAR has very little information on Mary Lyon, most of her data is based upon the birth of her first child.
Amherst (Mont Vernon did not split from Amherst until 1803) marriage records and the Family Register in the Amherst town history provide nothing else
Can really only say Mary died before Joseph's remarriage in 1794

Best of luck in your research.

Added by Marjean Holmes Workman on May 28, 2013 5:52 PM

Marjean Holmes Workman
Mary & Tabitha Farnum
Hello,

Yes, someone has added memorials for both the first and second wives of Lt. Joseph Farnum to the Green Lawn Cemetery. Unfortunately the cemetery trustees have no record of either burial in the cemetery and no gravestone exists for either woman. The stones for Joseph and his third wife are in the cemetery. If either of the first two wives were buried in the cemetery, they either did not have a gravestone, or the gravestone no longer exists. I also checked the town history, but it does not mention the burial location for these two women. If you are interested, I can check with our local Revolutionary War expert (who submitted the photos of the gravestone of Joseph and Edith) to see if she has more information on the first or second wives.

Added by Marjean Holmes Workman on May 26, 2013 2:46 PM

Michael
RE: Maria Garland
Hi John,

You are vey welcome. I am glad I was able to help.

Michael

Added by Michael on Nov 25, 2012 7:49 AM

Michael
Mary Garland
Hi John,

Per your request I have posted a photo of Mary Garland's grave marker.

You asked for a personal photo of her. I do not have one for her.

Michael

Added by Michael on Nov 24, 2012 5:44 AM

 
 

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