|Linda Church (#47249283)|
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I'm a bred and born southern Vermonter. Been working on my family history for several years, following in the footsteps of my Mom who has been looking into our family history for over 40 years. |
7-15-2010- I just did my first volunteer photo... I'm very excited!
8-11-2010 - my 100th managed monuments is Willard Church in Michigan.
9-15-2010 - my 400th photo uploaded was of my 4 greats grandfather in Aylmer, Quebec.
9-20-2010 - my first photo request was answered for Willard Church - my thanks to K Wickman!
9-25-2010 - my 200th added entry was Permelia L. Church
10-23-2010-entered my first cemetery - Collar Hill Cemetery.
11-21-2010-entered my 300th Added record - Amelia Nash Kellogg Henshaw - Aunt Rabbit to the Dunham family
12-11-2010 - added my 40th photo request - Abbie M. Whitman Kelsey from South Newfane Cemetery.
12-11-2010-added my 45th photo request - Henry C. Wallace from Marlboro Center Cemetery.
4-22-2011- Richard Currier, first photo request of 2011!
5-8-2011 my 60th Photo request for Phineas Howe was done.
5-30-2011 - 400th entry for Laura J. Towle was entered
6-24-2011 - 500th entry - 2 Greats grandmother Emily Ann Barker Marsters
8-20-2011 - transferred the Mirick/Merrick today and it was my first time transferring memorials.
4-14-2012 - first 2 photo requests Bailey & Goodnow for this year done.
7-25-2012- started working to connect my town cemeteries - many families in the different ones in order to help people find family members.
4-13-2013 - first Findagrave entry for 2013 - Aunt Cora and Uncle John
3-23-2014 - 1000 memorials entered as of today!
8-14-2014 - 100 photo requests answered
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I noticed you added a picture of Henry Haskins.#19413648 I noticed below the Pic is the name William Henry Haskins. He was my Gr Grand Uncle. his headstone just says Henry Haskins. I wondered where you found the name William? Just curious. Thank you for posting the picture.
Linda I was given your F.A.G. # by Robin Croughwell. He and I are corresponding off list about the FAMILY TREE-DIMOCK VAN BLARCOM and the memorials on Find A Grave. Please contact me off=list at email@example.com I believe we have other family connections via my wife's side including Hunter/Griggs/Heath
|Gary Boughton||RE: Scoville Stones in Old Watertown Cemetery|
|alaska||Grave of Lucy Blake|
Thanks for the photo! Lucy Blake died in a snowstorm but managed to save her child. The story became famous with a poem and sheet music to honor her heroics. Here is some info on her:
Start reading on page 271:
Added by alaska on Aug 10, 2014 3:49 PM
|Roby||Van Blarcom Family -Forest City Cemetery, South Portland,ME|
I see that you have done a lot of work on the John Van Blarcom line , photos, etc. Are you related to the Van Blarcom's? John is my G.G.G. Grandmother's brother. I have been working on this line of my family.
Thank you for your hard work and dedication to finding your ancestors.
Added by Roby on Aug 06, 2014 8:51 AM
|Robert Davis Purple Sr.||RE: Phebe Dowe|
Well, you should check out the rest of the memorials for the Dowe family in Elmwood. I added photos for 6 graves in all, Phebe's husband Abraham (1714 - 1783) as well as the two other couples :
Benjamin Dowe (1755 - 1835) and Hannah Phillips (1755 - 1805)
Benjamin Dowe Jr (1780 - 1833) and Hannah M Gove (1770 - 1848)
I haven't taken time to investigate the family, I'm not related, but it would appear that these people are all related, three generations starting with Abraham. I will eventually look into other Dowe family members possibly buried here but a local Seabrook native told me that the name most likely got changed to Dow somewhere down the line as there are many Dow families in Seabrook but Dowe was not a name familiar to him.
Interesting side note : These 6 people appear to be buried from right to left, in death order. So husbands and wives are not side by side.
In case you didn't know, they are all buried in what was the Quaker Cemetery, so they were all Quakers.
|Pauline Cusack||Wyatt Brennan Family|
Hi Linda. Greetings from Ireland! Firstly, thank you for the wonderful work you have done and submitted to the findagrave website. I too have an interest in family history/genealogy. I am particularly interested in this family, as a member of the Brennan family, (a direct descendant of Elizabeth Church's brother James), has contacted me in relation to their Irish roots. Would you by any chance have any information on the family of Hannah's husband William? If not, would you be interested in the information which has been passed on to me about this family? Regards, P Cusack.
|Rebecca Church Bodell||The Church Family|
I saw some e-mails between you and other people for the Church Family. My maiden name is Church. I am on Ancestry.com and have had a difficult time working on and finding info for the Church side. I was hoping to possibly converse with you sometimes on the Church family tree. I did talk to(e-mail) someone once that beleives Waitstill S Church's Father is Thomas Montgomery-Born-22 Jun 1696 in Dublin,Ireland-Died-15 Jun 1758 in Pennsylvania. He said that Waitstill has a different last name because Waitstill was Thomas's first, and also illegetimate, son.This could explain the middle name of Montgomery for Waitstils son, Johnathon Montgomery Church. He said that Waitstill was also born in Ireland. He also said Waitstill's mothers name was Hannah Church but I have found nothing concrete to back that up at all. Thank you so much for your time and if you could let me know where you fit in the tree that would be great! Waitstill is my 6th great grandfather. Becky Church Bodell
|jan cole||Church Family|
If what I am reading is true on Find A Grave, I am from the Timothy, David, David, Hugh, Cornelia Jane line. My grandmother's mother was Cornelia. Do you want to share information?
Added by jan cole on Feb 10, 2014 8:21 PM
Linda, I put photos on the memorials of all the names on front and back of the headstone. I couldn't find a memorial for Charles who died in 1819. Pat
Added by PatS on Jan 31, 2014 8:53 AM
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