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 6-17-2015 - First FAG requests & stones entered for the new year!
Kate Frayser Askew I replaced Kate's pictures with better ones, and I did find the 2 Mercer's you ask me about. The stone was very worn and hard to read and half buried, but I posted pictures for you. I also posted Nadine and Oliver Askew - they are on the same stone as Kate and I didn't even see them the last time. Oliver's side was in the shadows, I will keep him on the list and retake that one if the light is any better the next time I go out there. Have a blessed day!
RE: Kate Frayer Askew stone photo I will get a better picture for you. I don't have any Mercer's listed for Rusg Ridge (based on the pictures I have and a Transcript book from the Gen. Soc). but I will check when I go back out there. i have a Nadine (daughter f Kate & O.D.) Askew and Oliver Askew listed in the transcripts book, let me know if you need those. I will look for the Mercer's too. It may be a week or two before I get back down there, message me if i haven't posted in a few weeks.
To see the gravestones in this cemetery (I did not post the gravestone photos because they are on a website that requests 2 permission forms for each photograph to be able to use the photos and they are not from a Find A Grave volunteer)...type in Canadianheadstones.com..then click on Nova Scotia..then scroll down to Hants County..click on Scotch Village Cemetery and all the gravestones in the cemetery are there. Click on the name you want and you will see the gravestone.
There are 45+ PR's in this cemetery (mostly from me)so it may be a while (if ever) that they are photographed by someone from Find A Grave..but at least you can see them and know they are still there.
Asa/Hannah Dimock Thank you so much for sponsoring their memorial pages. I am a distant relative of the Dimock line and am trying to locate all of their final resting places. This branch went to Canada because of religious persecution.
Kellogg - Green-Wood Cemetery R.T. = Receiving tomb, since you used "quotation marks" I'm assuming this information may have come from the cemetery? So I found it odd they called it Lot no. R.T.. I do quite a lot of research in the cemetery and have received a great deal of information from them and have never seen it referred to as such. May I suggest ... "remains placed in Receiving Tomb 12 November 1871 ....
Would be clearer for researchers in the future. While only one of the receiving vaults still remains my understanding is there were at least two others at one time.