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Ken Saccocia (#47242886)
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Bio Photo Native of Middleboro, MA, retired and am now a full time RV traveler. Have visited and slept in 47 states and will continue as long as my health holds out. Many years and miles I hope.

Am a direct descendent of Pilgrim Gov. Bradford and a former member of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants. The line to Gov. Bradford has been reviewed and accepted by the Society. #66785
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Don Blauvelt
William Bradford
Based on my first reply below, you should consider correcting the name of William's 2nd wife in your text, the mother of William's son Joseph.
Added by Don Blauvelt on Aug 11, 2015 8:08 AM
Don Blauvelt
RE: William Bradford
Now I remember after finding which William Bradford you are referring to. The material I sent you was read directly from Bradford's actual handwritten will and inventory in his probate record at Plymouth. It was provided to prove that your date of death for Bradford, Feb. 20, 1703, is misstated. He died Feb. 20, 1703 in the old pre-1752 Julian calendar, but Feb. 20, 1704 in the modern post 1752 Gregorian calendar, latter the basis of Find A Grave's database. Thus, he correctly died on Feb. 20, 1704, not Feb. 20, 1703. This is also the basis of his gravestone inscription.
Added by Don Blauvelt on Aug 11, 2015 8:06 AM
Don Blauvelt
RE: William Bradford
Hello Ken,

It was late last night when I suggested, and don't recall this A.M. what it was. Nonetheless, it was undoubtedly spurred by material in Find A Grave 150438699.
Added by Don Blauvelt on Aug 11, 2015 7:55 AM
InMemory
RE: Corrections
FYI
Find A Grave has had a process in place for quite some time where they process edit corrections after 21 days. Now they have added to that by adding any bio corrections not made within 21 days. I know because Find A Grave just sent me a transfer request correction I sent via the edit tab; they were asking for more information. They including the following in their e-mail. Thus if you want to test it, don't do anything with your edits from me and see what happens :)


Please note that we have recently have implemented a new editing system which will automatically make the necessary edits or corrections that have been sent as a suggestion for a memorial after 21 days. All of the current suggestions for corrections have been made with in the 21 days. As soon as the 21 days have passed, the system will automatically make the corrections. If there are any edits or corrections to cemetery locations or biography please send them directly to edit@findagrave.com and we will be happy to make the necessary changes.
Added by InMemory on Apr 19, 2015 7:41 AM
InMemory
RE: Corrections
Don't transfer the memorial to me. Find A Grave will make the corrections in limbo if you haven't approved them after a couple of weeks. The bio corrections are no hurry and can be done whenever it is again convenient for you.
Added by InMemory on Apr 18, 2015 1:12 PM
InMemory
RE: Freelove Finney Thompson
Also as an FYI
when a memorial is transferred, the corrections in limbo are lost
Added by InMemory on Apr 18, 2015 12:17 PM
InMemory
RE: Freelove Finney Thompson
There is no hurry at all. No need to transfer. I'm so sorry for your loss
Added by InMemory on Apr 18, 2015 12:03 PM
Sarah D
RE: Atkins
Ha! I have a few of those bags. (My Aunt Elsie Cahoon, a teacher in Middleboro) had some and I got those. I'll have to ask my mother about the poker.
The bridge as from Pierce Lane and then over Nemasket and up the steep hill. If you go the Facebook on the web, look up Nemasket Hill Cemetery and they've got some old and new pics.
Added by Sarah D on Mar 26, 2015 11:57 AM
Sarah D
RE: Horace Atkins
Thanks for the transfer. My grandfather was Roger W. Tillson. He too fished up north with Ted (Camp Miramachi) and down south in the Keys. Pop had a marlin (?) on the wall in his office at the Middleboro Trust Co. Small world. I wonder if Pop played poker with them too.
Added by Sarah D on Mar 26, 2015 9:33 AM
Sarah D
RE: Allan Hale
Very cool! Did you know they're restoring the footpath to the river there? Conservation gave their approval. No plans to rebuild the footpath at this time. Bob with the FoMC did a LOT of sweat work on the project this past fall. (Sorry if you already know all this.)
Take care,
Sarah
Added by Sarah D on Feb 28, 2015 10:31 AM
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