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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.
In case you do not wish to read FAQ146 it states "Location of body unknown is used for recent deaths where the disposition is not currently known. Final disposition must be determined and updated within 30 days."
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|NyxMCPS||RE: Richardson Cemetery|
The pictures are posted! How do I get the GPS coordinates? I'm still trying to figure all of this out.
Added by NyxMCPS on Nov 28, 2015 7:27 PM
|Ron Adams||Fletchers at Westlawn in Westford|
Denise, I have update a couple of the Fletcher memorials I added a few weeks ago after getting photos for you for Susan and Mary Fletcher. Mainly I added linking of the parents for Lucy Adelaide and Edward E, children of Abel and Mary K. Fletcher. I also added a new memorial and photo for Abel Bancroft Fletcher, second son of Abel and Susan.
A tidbit for you: On the back side of Abel's tombstone, the largest one in the six-stone photo of Lot #188-189, there is an inscription for Albert W. Fletcher that reads “of Co. D, 53rd Mass Regt, Killed in Battle at Port Hudson, June 14, 1863, AE 22 y’rs, 6 mo’s, & 18 d’ys.” According to the Town Cemetery Office, this Albert is not buried at Westlawn, but probably at Baton Rouge, Louisiana where the battle took place. The History of Westford, Mass. book, at page 450, says Albert Wright was the 5th child of Abel and second to wife Mary K., born 1840. I can send you a photo of the inscription if you like. Since there is no burial, I don't know how to treat this in Find-A-Grave. Ron
If you would like to meet up tomorrow, I can show you where it is.
Added by NyxMCPS on Nov 27, 2015 7:28 PM
I will not remove the memorials that I posted. I have been to this cemetery, I have pictures that I have not finished resizing to post. The cemetery is located in Fuller Pond Village.
Added by NyxMCPS on Nov 27, 2015 6:12 PM
|Rick Weaver||Richard Taft|
Thanks for catching my boo-boo! I've corrected Richard's memorial. I guess this happens occasionally when you have 5 (or more) Find-a-Grave sessions open at the same time!
|Bette Hartman||Hannah Jewett Parkhurst|
In regard to your multiple requests to delete my memorial of Hannah Jewett Parkhurst this is to advise you that I am working on it. As I have additional information on my site, I wanted to contact Peter Parkhurst as I had coordinated memorials with him in the past. When I looked at his Member page, I was sorry to learn that he had passed away. I am currently attempting to reach Find A Grave personnel to have the web sites merged, and my memorial contains research information on Hannah that would be beneficial to someone who is researching her. You mentioned that the gravestone photos on Peter’s memorial were “duplicated” on my site. Yes, I did copy them and if you will note that I gave full credit to Charles Scott Daly under the Note section on my memorial. As to your request for me to remove the duplicate memorial for Joseph Parkhurst, as Peter & I had coordinated the research information, that memorial has been deleted.
|Graveyard Walker||Polly Mandana Remington Ross|
Sorry I do not recall the source of her burial information. I am sure that it came from reading someone's printed family history profile that I found when tracing another family member.
|Donna (Strout) Sakaske||RE: Photos|
I will try to go there on Sunday and get the GPS coordinates for you.