|Donald Carl Barker||Transfer request|
I was wondering if you might transfer my following relative to my account?
Elizabeth Barker Easton
Find A Grave Memorial# 32074213
My account is:
Donald Carl Barker (#47578342)
Could you also tell me where you got the text "Daughter of James Barker Jr and Barbara Dungan Barker?"
Thanks for your time and work.
|Stephen Keefe||RE: Edwin T. and Florence A. Keefe|
I have transferred the memorials for these Keefes to you. I photographed them several years ago during a trip to St. Patrick Cemetery but was never able to determine how they are related to me, if at all. Can you tell me something about Edwin and his wife please? Thanks. Steve Keefe
|Roger CHACE||A typo.|
I believe you have made a typo in the memorial for John Cupitt, #32073185. The birth and death dates are only months apart. I think the birth date must be closer to 1700.
Thanks for what you do have up.
Could you transfer Walter Newberry I am a 6 generation descendant of his. #31866577 my # is 47877960. Thanks william keener
Could you transfer 31866577? I am 6 greats down do you know anything about his wife Ann Collins? I would like to add when he came over from England. His GGGG James Swain is buried about 8 miles from me. Thanks William Keener
|Kathy Lundquist||Nicholas Easton|
I am a descendant of the Easton's.
There are two headstones for Nicholas Easton but they don't look like they are for the same Nicholas Easton.
Is it possible to include the
Inscription on the following headstone?
|Kevin Avery||James and Abraham Coggeshall|
Thanks so much for the photos of James' and Abraham's stones. It is greatly appreciated.
|katil52||RE: Pardon Tillinghast|
Thanks so much for responding and allowing me to use your photos.
Added by katil52 on Oct 21, 2010 8:57 AM
I am again asking your permission to use some of your photos on my Ancestry.com website, with credit to you, of course.
Added by katil52 on Oct 20, 2010 4:47 PM
|Pearls of Grace♥||*~*~*~|
You are a Gem! Thank You For The Transfers.
Benjamin Norton's father was Nicholas, who was the pioneer into the new world, here in New England. They started on Martha's Vineyard, where a lot of Norton's still live today.
God bless you! You've made my day.
HUGS, a fellow graver in Newport County,
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