|Roger Guillemette (#46909100)|
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Journalist and aerospace historian. Member, Rhode Island Advisory Commission on Historical Cemeteries. Docent, Little Compton (R.I.) Historical Society.|
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|sandi lewis - malburg||RE: Thomas Church 48949967|
thank you. Guess I'll ignore the record.
|sandi lewis - malburg||Thomas Church 48949967|
You built a beautiful memorial for Thomas Church (who is a distant grand uncle). I am a bit confused by a record I found on Ancestry which says Thomas Church was buried in North Cemetery. Is this the same cemetery or might the record be for his son. The record is called Abstract of Graves Revolutionary Soldiers. Being as Thomas the grand uncle died in 1746 he really wasn't in the revolutionary war, however I've seen DAR applications that consider people Rev. War Vets. of this date.
|karen ahn||John & Mary Tompkins|
Thanks so much for taken the time to go cemetery to find these two stones. It is greatly appreciated. Nice photos. Karen
|CHS Jr.||Thank You Once Again ...|
... for an excellent photo (Lydia Burgess).
Added by CHS Jr. on Nov 16, 2013 7:49 AM
|CHS Jr.||Thank You ...|
... for an excellent photo [Deborah (Simmons) Davenport].
It's unfortunate her daughter Deborah's stone is no longer there (there evidently was one once - see NEHGR, 115:175).
Added by CHS Jr. on Nov 11, 2013 7:44 AM
|Judith Bailey Keneman||Old Commons Burial Ground|
Thank you for your message. I had a great trip there and was lucky in that all of my relatives were in one area, very close to the church building. Now, if I can just read the names on my photographs, I will be in good shape.
|Family Sleuth||Joseph Simmons Old Commons Burial Grounds|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of my sixth great grandfather. It is truly appreciated.
|Daniel Maxwell||RE: Brilliant!|
Great. Looking at my list, I see one more stone in my own tree that is in LC (confirmed on the RI cemeteries website)
Joseph Simmons died 24 Jun 1778 - site says in fair condition, with a cherub carving.
Thanks for the photo of Dorothy Bailey's grave.
You might want to check the wanted photos list for Little Compton Commons - there are a ton of missing ones.
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Elvira Cornell Briggs' tombstone.
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