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Cheryl Tift Nevius (#48005130)
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Joyce Bailey
Winston B. Larson- Memorial# 107818203
Thank you so much for the gravestone photos. What a great idea to place the yellow circle on the other photo for location purposes. Great job!!

Added by Joyce Bailey on Jan 19, 2015 7:18 AM

Vickye Blatherwick
Tift memorials Jewett City Cemetery
Cheryl, the information I have is from town and county records and "Hale Cemetery Inscriptions" 1629-1934 which is on the internet for various cemeteries in Connecticut. If you wish to maintain the Tift memorials, please ask through the edit button. Thanks.

Added by Vickye Blatherwick on Oct 08, 2014 1:45 PM

Michael Towers
RE: Condit Schenck and Martha
Had a thought, seeing the old Thompson monument in the middle. Looked at the online database and came up with more names in this specific lot:

THOMPSON GEORGE 1879-05-24 5008 34
THOMPSON JOHN 1877-05-07 5008 34
THOMPSON MARY A 10/2/1902 5008 34
CAMERON ALEXANDER 1883-08-01 5008 34
CAMERON ANDREW C 1883-11-06 5008 34
CAMERON ANNIE S 1897-02-02 5008 34
CAMERON ISABELLA J.C. 1877-11-27 5008 34

I originally only focused on Reis-Gillies because that site corresponded to the map (a circular area split into slices, of which #5008 was one slice). I also looked at each monument and did not see a Schenck.

I will take another look in the next couple of weeks because I may have missed it.

Added by Michael Towers on Jul 05, 2014 5:27 PM

RE: John Frelinghuysen Schenk
wow- thanks for spotting that- I fixed it thanks


Added by Leslie on Nov 24, 2013 2:06 PM

Mary S.
RE: Donald Munro #116496731
You're very welcome! I've gotten pretty good at finding my way around Northbridge area records for that period (on Family Search), so, if I can help at all, just holler! :-)

Added by Mary S. on Sep 03, 2013 5:59 PM

John Arsenault
Cheryl - Thank you for the gravestone photos of B.C. & J.M. Morrill. Were there stones for the other two Morrills buried in Lincolnville Cemetery? Also, is there a larger family stone which may have more information on it?

Added by John Arsenault on Jul 19, 2013 5:39 AM


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