|Jan Franco (#46625834)|
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|William Irwin||Spring Grove Cemetery, Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA|
I found another one on GENI.com Thank You Thank You
Description:Used with written permission of Jan Franco (#46625834) at FindAGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pis&PIcrid=103741&PIpi=1239720&PIMode=cemetery, Added by: Jan Franco, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=46625834, 10/23/2004 [
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|firth||RE: Charles Jarvis|
Thanks for the reply! I am just amazed he is in Conneticut. A long way from Lambeth!
There doesn't appear to be other Jarvis in the graveyard, so who put up the gravestone?
More research to do!
Kind Regards, Jean Sanders
Added by firth on Feb 07, 2016 4:19 AM
|William Irwin||Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire County,Massachusetts, USA|
I found another on GENi Bridge Street Cemetery, Northampton, Hampshire County,Massachusetts, USA
May I use the photo?
For over 10 yrs I have been looking for Charles Jarvis in London (Eng)He was b 1764 and married my 3xgtgrandmother, Elizabeth FIRTH (wid) in London in 1797. Her first husband was a merchant seaman.
In 1814 he disappeared from the tax lists, but no death registered.
I am amazed to find him on your Find a grave site buried in Stratfield, Fairfield County,Conneticut.
I wonder who paid for the burial? and what he was
doing there? Possibly also a seaman?
So many questions but I am sure its the same man!
Is it possible to get a larger photo of the gravestone?
Many thanks for your site! Solved a mystery from the other side of the pond!
Regards , Jean Sanders
Added by firth on Feb 06, 2016 7:09 AM
|Sandra Moore Jackson||Levi Cowles|
Hi Jan, duplicate's 2005 #11141412 and 2006 #12875547 both are your's
Thank You Sandy
|Jean Pinick||Nathan Safford|
Someone has a great copy of the stone for Nathan Safford on Ancestry. Also for his wife Elizabeth Safford. Her call name is nanac4. Thanks Jean
|Jean Pinick||Re: John Safford in Louisiana|
Can you tell me anything about a John Safford who was in Louisiana 1850 US Fed Census & 1860 US Fed Census.
|Dave Peck||Josiah Nicols|
Thanks for entering the additional information. I deleted mine. But I have a question: If you go to Old Congressional Burying Ground and enter Nicols only one comes up even tho there are several in the cemetery. Do you know why that is??
|Jean Pinick||Re;Nathan & Elizabeth Safford|
I am writing about Nathan & Elizabeth Safford who are in the OLD BAPTIST CEMETERY Yarmouth, Cumberland County, Maine. Are you near this cemetery? If you are is it possible to get a better print of the tombstones for these two. Ones that have the printing legible to the eye. Trying to get someone into the DAR and I believe this is her line. Any help you give me would be appreciathed because every step of the way has to proven. Te tombstones are great but not legible. Thank you Jean
|Gary Boughton||Sarah Boughton|
Thanks so very much for the transfer, its very much appreciated.
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