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|I live in Eastport, Maine, but also add names from the Calais, Maine, Cemetery, Robbinston Ridge and Brewer Cemetary in Robbinston, Maine, Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery in N.B. and St. Stephen Rural Cemetery.|
I started by adding my relatives, but now I'm happily addicted to bringing the dead to life on-line.
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|June Ellen Ferguson||# 152249471|
This is my Great Grandmother and I have her buriel permit and transportation of Corps papers. My Grand Aunt Nell also told me that her mother's full name is Ami-Meli Margaret Ellen McCullough.
Here is my rootsweb page showing my sources:
|Susan ||Frederic Dightman|
Aloha for your wonderful write up. I have just started researching this family as the last name in Nova Scotia was Dechman and even spelled differently by my 3ggf James Dechman in Scotland.
I always wonder if one knows how to read and write why change the spelling so drastically!
And they weren't running from the law either. LOL Keep up the fantastic work.
I may be contacting you later as I keep finding more relatives who appear to have come to this area. Aloha, Susan
Added by Susan on Jan 23, 2016 11:10 PM
|Debbie McGinley||Calais Cemetery|
Thank you for all your work and details you add to each memorial.
|Don & Mary Cavender||RE: James Cox inscription|
You're very welcome.
|Kathy Bailey||St. Stephen Rural Cemetery.|
Looking for Baby Smith Grave in this Cemetery He was born Dec of 1883 and died in Feb 1884 name Frederick Seymour Smith Father Robert and Mother Mary Eva Carter. I am interested in any Smith or Black in this Cemetery. Thank you so much for all your work Kathy
|SWF||Jesse Byron Trynor|
Have you checked the cemetery records?
There is always the possibility that Katherine took the Funeral Home Marker home with her and put it beside Jesse's Father.
We are checking further but he does have a plot in St. Mary's and his Death Certificate does say St. Mary's
Thank you for bringing this to my attention
I have added his Death Certificate to the St. Mary's memorial, so you can review it there
I tried to e-mail my response to you directly but your e-mail address rejected this
Added by SWF on Oct 18, 2015 5:19 AM
|Carol Sisson McLeod||Amy Turner|
Many thanks for taking the photograph. Your kindness is greatly appreciated.
|james fb purcell||RE: Mary's pic|
I hope you are well. I haven't been doing much research the past few years, but getting back into it now!
Will be uploading our updated tree over the next few weeks.
Would you be able to take a few digital pics of the "Purcell" bible, what it looks like? some of the pages with handwriting of Johana?
Would be most appreciated.
|carol white||Memorial# 112542679|
George Bell died 1845. You supposed him to be the son of George and Margaret yeaton Bell. I'm excited about that possibility as I'm researching the parents who came from New Castle, NH. Is the relationship just a guess on your part or do you have some slight proof that it might be true? Anything more you might have on this relationship would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.
|Diane ||Paul Johnson 1786-1856|
Find A Grave Memorial# 114048841
The question at the bottom of the page asks the relationship between Silas T. Johnson and Paul. He was the son of Paul and Keziah born 3 June 1808 in Eastport, Maine, married Joanna Murphy 1830 in Eastport, and died 7 July 1854 in Eastport.
Added by Diane on Mar 29, 2015 8:54 AM
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