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My name is Karen. I have been filling photo requests and adding memorials for cemeteries near where I live in Connecticut, to help others with their research, and to preserve a record of the older stones before they are unreadable and/or get damaged by age, weather, or vandalism.|
I have completely photographed many cemeteries in Hebron, Gilead, Amston, Marlborough, Bolton, Andover, Columbia, Lebanon, Colchester, Glastonbury, and East Hampton (all in Connecticut) and have been steadily working on getting them all posted. Please put in any photo requests you have...I may already have the photos, but just haven't posted them yet.
Photo Use Permission
Feel free to use my photos in your personal research and please consider this permission to post my photos on Ancestry and other websites. It would be appreciated if you could credit me and Find A Grave. Something like "Photo credit: Karen Carlini (KC) - Find A Grave" would be wonderful! Thanks for your consideration, and I hope I've helped with your family research! :)
Corrections, Additions, and Transfers
Please email me by using the "edit" tab if you have additions or corrections to send to me, or if you are a relative that falls within the Find A Grave guidelines (or close to it) and would like a memorial transferred to you. I'm always happy to add links and bios and want memorials to be as helpful and accurate as possible!
Virtual Cemetery and Surnames
I am related to most of the people in my virtual cemeteries. Some of the surnames I am researching: (north-east) Manchester, Macomber, Pettey, Tripp, Devoll, Rutter, Waltham, Gray, Briggs, Brownell, Corey/Cory, Soule/Sowle, Wodell/Wardell, Lake, Allen, Snell, and (southern) Stevenson, Childs, Chancellor, Garner, Sledge, McGinty, Reavis, Shaw, Miller, Sikes, and Boren. I'm especially interested in old photos of my ancestors and cousins. Please ask if you want more info or want to share. I'm always glad to help and always happy to hear from cousins!
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|Don Blauvelt||Well Hello Cousin|
Reread you bio page. George Soule and Mary Becket/Bucket are my ancestors through son George, Jr, then through the Devol (morphed into Deuell) line.
|Don Blauvelt||Hannah (Binney) Sprague|
Thank you for the transfer. Also, you are the first person in 100+ years to find the actual record of her marriage, albeit her surname was spelled "Beny." It only appears in Bailey's Lebanon church marriages (2:44) and not in the actual Lebanon church record abstracts itself. Which led to my finding in the Lebanon church record that her parents had temporarily relocated from Milford, Mass. to Mansfield, Conn., then to Lebanon before moving by 1752 with the rest of the children to Weston, Mass. where the parents died and the younger children married. That explains why Hannah and her sister Mary married at Lebanon versus Mass. where all of the children were born.
Hannah's grand aunt Mercy Binney was the 1st wife of Nathaniel Baker of Hull and Barnstable, Mass., the grandson of my immigrant ancestor, Isaac Robinson, the only child of Rev. John and Bridget (White) Robinson to make it (in 1631) to America from Leiden, Holland. Rev. John Robinson was the pastor at Leiden of the core 1620 Mayflower Pilgrims.
|J.Bosworth||RE: Rose Carvalho Manchester|
You are very welcome. Your Aunt Rose should be with her family. My condolences on your loss. May she rest in peace.
|John Speer||Nantucket Swains|
I was kind of curious as to Lillian's connection to the others myself.
|John Speer||Lillian Priaulx in Nantucket|
I have uploaded a lot photo as her individual grave is unmarked. I do not know your interest in her, but as an FYI I have added photos of the Swain family markers in the lot.
|Steven Armstrong||RE: Gray and Manchester Photos|
no problem, that graveyard is actually in someones front yard...I knocked on door to get permission , but nobody answered...had to do what I had to do
Thanks KC for taking the time to find and photograph Nancy Whitney's grave. I appreciate it so much. Do you happen to remember if there was a marker for her daughter, Anne Whitney (married name Perzanowski)?
Added by Jess on Jun 03, 2014 4:28 PM
|Annabelle ONeill||Joseph hamberlain|
Than you so much for your efforts to find this gravestone. - Annabelle
|Ann Day||Benjamin Throop|
Thank you so much for getting this photo in Lebanon, CT! Very much appreciated!
Added by Ann Day on May 17, 2014 7:33 PM
|Paul E. Newell||Martha ROGERS Webler (1797-1889)|
Hi - thanks very much for the transfer of Martha's memorial to me. Today, I added a biographical sketch to her memorial.
Paul E. Newell (#47305921)
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