|Sarah O (#46488445)|
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Genealogy and family histories are a passion of mine. I'm a museum professional and historian by trade.|
I'm especially interested in any surnames from the Isles of Shoals (Maine/New Hampshire): Caswell, Robinson, Newton, Randall, Muchemore, Haley, Downes, etc.
These families also had branches in Kittery and York, ME; Rye, Portsmouth, and New Castle, NH.
My personal family interests include the following surnames: Fuller (esp. the "Mayflower" Fullers) of New England, Philbrook/Philbrick, Collins of Quebec, Glidden, O'Connor (emigrated to Massachusetts in the late 1800s), and Noseworthy/Nesworthy of Newfoundland and Massachusetts.
NOTE: I will gladly add any additional information, correct/update data, etc for any of my records. Just let me know. Also, if any of the records I've added belong to a close relative of yours and you would like the record transferred, please tell me and I will do so. Thanks!
Also - it's cool with me if you use my gravestone photos for multiple burials (i.e., if I post the pic for one record, but there are multiple names on the stone and I didn't get around to reposting the picture for each record) but please make sure I am credited for taking the photo if you do this. I'm going back now and watermarking my images, but I haven't gotten them all yet. It's just a pet peeve of mine - I went out there to take the picture and I'd like my name to stay attached. An even better solution would be to message me and ask me to post the picture myself. Thanks.
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|Alice & Franklyn Vosburg||Johanna Rauscher|
Good Morning: I just noticed that you have posted a fantastic photo of the John and Martha Rauscher's headstone on Johanna Rauscher's memorial.
Johanna's memorial is 36915735;
her father's memorial is 36903875;
her mother's memorial is 1368609.
Franklyn and I would greatly appreciate it if you would post your great photo on John and Martha's memorials.
Thank you, Alice
|CC||Albert Fuller-- James Fuller Oak Grove Cemetery|
Hi! I recently found a Cemetery record for my ancestor James Fuller B 1845 ME D. 1914 ME. Wife Sarah A. B. 1845 D. 1932 (Record is: Maine, Nathan Hale Cemetery Collection, ca. 1780-1980) The record says that he is buried in the oak grove Cemetery in Searsmont Waldo Maine. It mentions that he may be listed with his wife and daughter under Albert Fullers headstone. I didn't see a James Fuller listed in the Oak Grove Cemetery anywhere. Wondering if there was any way you could help me out.
Thanks in advance,
Here is a link to the record
Or this one
Added by CC on Mar 29, 2015 8:26 PM
|James Bianco||Frederick J. Cornwell|
Thank You Sarah! I made that mistake surely assuming there was only 1 Notre Dame Cemetery in Worcester. I will contact Find A Grave member LMR and see what she would like me to do (she has recently created a memorial for him in Notre Dame Cemetery)
I appreciate you telling me, it is volunteers such as yourself who help to keep Find A Grave accurate and up to date. Your work is much appreciated, if you encounter a memorial I manage you feel is lacking in some way, always feel free to let me know right away. Thanks Again, James
|Gail Weston||Mary Potter Gallup|
Would you please link her to her parents: Isaac J. Potter #52086222, and Eunice Potter #52085943? She is also the sister of Jackson N. Potter #31280692 and John Adams Potter #17223039.
Gail Potter Weston, Member #47560469
|Julie Evans||RE: Ezra Longway|
I put my notes on his first wife on his page...Inez Ruth D. Miles. Never knew what the D was for. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do please send a photo of them and if it is okay to post or post it to Find A Grave and let me know.
|Julie Evans||RE: Ezra Longway|
He married my mother's cousin Florence "Flossie". They used to come visit us. I don't know Delbert. How is he related to Ezra...his father's middle name perhaps? Another brother maybe? Do you know his first wife's maiden surname?
Thank you so very much for the speedy response to my request for a photo of his tombstone!!! 'Sincerely appreciate it!!!
Added by DLC on Nov 09, 2014 7:06 PM
Sarah, Are there any gravestones on the Trussell plot? Four children died in 1875 and another previous in 1870. My uncle told me he remembers seeing small flat grave markers. Could they be buried? Thanks for searching for them.
Added by Kgpris on Oct 29, 2014 9:57 PM
|Erin Bohannon||Ernest and Minnie Bohonon|
Thank you so much for the photo! It has been a great genealogy day for me, and your photo makes it even better!
Did any of your Mayflower Fullers end up in Mansfield, MA? I am descended from them.
|bluehill||Russell E. Collins|
Hello, Sarah, Are you in contact with members of
Russell Collins family. I am pretty sure that he is the Russell Collins that my Father served with in the 317th Inf. Regiment with. They were both wounded in Luxembourg on 26 December 1944.
Added by bluehill on Oct 11, 2014 9:12 AM
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