|Bryan Hatch (#47321554)|
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I am interested in the following family names: Hatch, Roberts, Pertersen (on), Palmer, Leak, Dibble, Miller, Kennedy, Beckstead, Christensen, Mellor, Curtis, Everington, Cleveland, Hill, Butterfield, Garlick, Rollins, Frandsen, Hyllestad, Pierce, Payne, Clark, Carter, Cowen, Reed, Kent, Slade, Pawson, Dean, Parker. |
I love this website. It is so helpful - I am willing to help others, and I hope you are willing to help me find my ancestors.
I am willing to transfer any memorials I have created to relatives.
Newspaper Archives - Obituaries, Marriages, etc.:
Deseret News Historic Archive -http://archive.deseretnews.com/historic/
University of Utah - Utah Historical Society Archive:
Library of Congress -http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov
Helpful GPS Websites:
GPS Waypoint Converter - http://rumkin.com/tools/gps/degrees.php
Google Maps - http://maps.google.com/maps?ct=reset
Marriage Records Websites:
Western States Marriage Index - http://abish.byui.edu/specialCollections/westernstates/search.cfm
Utah Death Certificates:
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|Vee Butterfield||RE: Zachariah Butterfield's Headstone|
Thanks, Bryan, for the reply. I just entered a request for someone to find the headstone or the location of his grave in the Red Schoolhouse cemetery in Farmington, Maine. I suspect there is no headstone and likely no one knows where he is buried. I would suspect he is near his wife's grave.
I have used photos and memorials from Find A Grave over the past year. It is a great site and I plan to be more active here.
|Vee Butterfield||Zachariah Butterfield's Headstone|
Zacharia Butterfield and his wife Hannah Hiscock Butterfield are buried in the Red Schoolhouse Cemetery in Farmington, Maine. There is a photo of her headstone on Find A Grave. There is no photo of Zacharia Butterfield's headstone.
Could someone take another look and see if you can find his headstone? He died in 1866. This is a fairly small, but old cemetery and probably has not been well kept up. May not be a headstone for him.
Is there a map of the burial plots in this cemetery? If so, does it show where he is buried?
Bryan, thanks for your work to put so much good information here! You and I are cousins.
|Carl Earl Davis||Ann Slade Cleveland|
Would you be able to tell me where you found the bio on Anna Cleveland. We have been looking for proof that she was baptized in 1830. It looks like a newspaper article. May I get the source?
A few years ago we put the gravestone on he mother's gravesite in SLC city cemetery. What a great experience.
Thanks for all your great work. We have a reunion in Centerville on Saturday the 14th. Any info you could give before then would really be fantastic.
thank you Carl Davis
|Lisa Elmer||information on grave|
I would like to know where you found the information on the grave of my relative Mary Johns such as parents names. Please respond
|cmalone616||RE: Jasper McGahee|
You're welcome Bryan.
|Janet N||RE: Zimmerman Family|
Hi Bryan: My grandmother (my mother's mom) was the 15th child of Nannie Zimmerman Roberts and William Moffett Roberts. Her name was Pocahontas S Roberts (Sarah Lucille Ross). I spent some time on Ancestry.com and researched her family at length. It was great discovering new people. My grandma's mom (Nannie) died when she was 12 and her dad when she was 16. She moved to California with her sisters and started a new life far, far from Augusta Co. Somewhere along the line, her name changed. She went by Lucille in San Francisco and then by Sarah (which, as far as I can tell, was her middle name given by her parents) I don't blame her much for going by Sarah, after all, who wants to be Pocahontas?? LOL! I knew my grandma well. She died when I was 20. I wished I would have asked her more questions back then. But I am thankful for websites like Ancestry.com and this one that lets us connect with our heritage. How are you related to Nannie and William?
Added by Janet N on Dec 20, 2013 3:47 AM
|Tom Barrett||RE: Thomas Graves|
Yes I have all of that cemetery plus close to 350 more in this area. Sent you a invite. Let me know if you get it OK. Tom
|One from many||re: Charles Van "Charlie" Kennedy|
Thank you for the additional information re: Charles Van "Charlie" Kennedy. I do not know what his marker states or if a marker exists. You may want to contact the local genealogical society. Perhaps they have helpful information.
one from many
I would like to use the photo of Frands Petersen (d. 1900) that you have posted on my MyHeritage site. May I do so?
|Heather ||RE: George Andrew Hatch Jr|
Hi! It's so nice to hear from you! Yes, I decended from the Hatch! So, yes I have a huge interest in their lines. I am trying to remember where I got those photos. I haven't seen one of Sesson Hatch. I don't have the originals. But, I will do some digging and see what I can find. I am VERY interested in finding a photo of George Andrew Hatch, Sr's wife, Eliza Ann Coolidge (1849-1872). I have Eliza's mother's photo (Hannah Garlick) and her mother, Elizabeth Buck, but nothing of Eliza Ann Coolidge. Do you?
Ok, I will find out where I got the photos, and let you know. I will also send you an email.
Added by Heather on Mar 06, 2013 1:10 PM
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