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I am working on maintaining Middlesex (Map), Essex (Map) and Suffolk (Map) counties in Massachusetts.|
If any information I enter is incorrect, you wish to add something, or would like a direct relative within four generations transferred just let me know. (per F.A.G. guidelines FAQ79) If requesting a transfer please make sure to say how you are related.
Please use the 'Edit' tab on the upper right hand corner of the memorial for any of the above requests. Thank-you.
This is Find A GRAVE. Please do not ask me to link to 'burial unknowns'. I will be more than happy to do so when the location is found. Take a moment to read FAQ146 regarding unknown burials.
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Someone has created a Family Tree in the LDS DB indicating Nathaniel Eames JR was born 4/18/1703 in Framingham MA and died there 3/13/1796.
The same Tree shows his Wife, Rachel, was born 7/17/1710 in Medford MA and died 10/19/1778.
|Debra Dennis||RE: photos|
You are very welcome.
|m g||RE: Tenney's at West Lawn Cemetery|
You are welcome. I'm happy to help.
Added by m g on Jul 24, 2016 5:14 AM
|Cheryl Holmes||RE: Almira Allen, Billerica, MA|
Sorry, it is Almira (Allen) Emerson who died in 1866. Her death record is in the Town clerk of Billerica's death records for 1866. Hope that helps. #142503262
|m g||Tenney's at West Lawn Cemetery|
I just fulfilled your photo requests for Charles B., Paul W., Frank E. Tenney. The others, Isabelle, Oliver & Oliver DeGraff do not have individual markers. If you would like me to email you the Cemetery layout of where they are buried please leave your email as a message for me.
Thanks, m g
Added by m g on Jul 23, 2016 4:25 PM
|M. Danforth||RE: Caroline Jeffry|
Hi Denise, Carloline is my Great-great grandmother via her 2nd husband George H Ayer, who you have listed as George Chandler Ayer. I can send you what I have if you would like. I only have a photo of her grandson (my grandfather) but no other photos and essentially just census records. I can ask his daughter (my aunt) if she may have any other photos or information. Do you have any death/burial information on Caroline's parents John & Mary J.?
|M. Danforth||Caroline Jeffry|
My grandmother was the granddaughter of Carrie Jeffry and George Ayer, Mary Agnes Ayer, who recently passed away at 100. Her father was Walter T. Ayer. I don't have many photos and I noticed you uploaded a couple of photos of William A. Ayer who was Carrie's son. I was wondering if you had any photos from Carrie's other children with George you may want to share. It would be appreciated. Thank you for your consideration.
|Catherine Lahousse||RE: Center Cemetery|
No problem at all! I'm glad others are working on them. I work a full time job so don't have a whole lot of time to sit & research the info but on the weekends I'm out and about trying to get the photos. I have been sending the names to the woman who's been entering them. It's worked out well. We are both pretty laid back and are just happy to get people listed so that they can be recorded & remembered. Started with Village and now Center is almost done! I'm sure there are missing stones due to their age. Chances are if you have names I probably have the photos so if you have names add them! There are a couple of others in a 10-20 minute drive from me in surrounding towns that are needing attention too and I've been zipping through them to check them out & get some pics. If you want I can email you. Chances are you already know about them and have some that you have recorded in them. All of them are small (1000 - 2000 folks). The bigger cemeteries intimidate me still. Happy there are some of us in the area working on these!