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|Martha (Mallett) Sisler||Mary Ann Warehime Kinsey|
Thank you for changing the spelling of her maiden name. This name is always a challenge for recorders and readers, but now it is correct on her memorial. I'm grateful!
|Carrie Bias Hoffert||Greenville Harrison|
You left flowers on his grave in TN a few other Harrison Graves in WV. Are you related and if so please contact me directly and reference Greenville Harrison burial in TN and Rachael Amanda Harrison Effingham burial in Springhill in Huntington, WV.
I am a descendant of the Huntington Harrisons and would like to compare some notes with you. Thanks, Carrie Bias Hoffert
Hello. The office told me that two of the Corys you were looking for are not buried there. They told me that Frank's marker was in the location shown on his memorial, however the marker that I found is for Frank Feldon Cory (d. 1978). I have added the photo to the correct Cory memorial, but I'm going to delete the one I placed on Frank Serril Cory's marker, since it is obviously the wrong one. I will ask them again next time.
Sorry this wasn't a more positive outcome.
|Carole Marie (McMahan) Selby||RE: Warrens in Northwood Cemetery|
Yea I will be glad to transfer them if you go through the edit button on the memorial and request it that way.
|Rita Taylor||Tassie Harrison|
I hope this is satisfactory. The Bethlehem Cemetary is in sad disarray. It has many sunken spots and many of the tombstones are broken due to age or vandalism.
|OnlyMe||RE: Alexander Bliss (abt 1753 - 1843)|
Thank you. You can now fill in the blank...
Mrs. Abigail Bliss, wife of Alexander Bliss, died at Springfield on July 6, 1807 (town records).
The reason why this is particularly interesting is because, as a parishoner of First Church in Springfield, Abigail would have most likely been buried in the old burying ground, at Elm St, west the First Church down to the river. Though established in 1841, Springfield Cemetery's first burials weren't until 1843 (the year of Alexander's death). By that time, much of the cemetery had fallen into neglect. So, where's Abigail.
Between 1843 and the summer of 1848, there were 227 private removals from Elm St. to Springfield Cemetery...a common practice, at the time. Those 227 private removals have yet to be fully accounted for at Springfield Cemetery. But in 1848 the Elm St. burying ground (2, 404 burials) was MOVED to Springfield Cemetery. Of those, approx. 2,00 were unmarked or otherwise unidentified and were placed in a mass grave. The 400 or so that were identified were placed, with original headstone, along the Pine St. fence. There are memorials for all 400 or so on Findagrave.
So, again I ask, WHERE IS ABIGAIL?
It is not an easy question to answer because the burial records at Springfield Cemetery between 1843 and 1848 (indeed, between 1843 and July 1868) are extant and many early burials were unmarked or now have buried, lost or unreadable gravestones.
Added by OnlyMe on Feb 22, 2013 4:49 AM
|OnlyMe||Alexander Bliss (abt 1753 - 1843)|
According to the records of Trinity Church, Boston, Alexander Bliss of Springfield married Abigail Williams on June 6, 1790.
NOTES: "Thomas Williams Bliss son of Allex[an]der Bliss and Abigail Bliss died May 7th Anno Domini 1802 aged 8 months." And "Elijah Williams Bliss Son of Mr Alexander Bliss and Mrs Abigail Bliss decd died Sept. 13th 1807 in his 12th year."
Mrs. Abigail Bliss, wife of Alexander Bliss, died at Springfield on July 6, 1807 (town records). Records of First Church give date of July 7, 1807, with the note, "…childbed. aged 39".
ANOTHER Alexander Bliss from Springfield married Margaret Warner at First Church in that town (Springfield) on Nov. 18, 1784 (town records).
QUESTION: WHICH, if either, Alexander Bliss died in 1873?
Added by OnlyMe on Feb 21, 2013 2:53 PM
|Dave Robison||Alexander Bliss Photo|
Hello! I received your photo request tonight. As a matter of fact, this is one of the many memorials I uploaded along with John O'Connor, the Family Historian at the Museum of Springfield History. As you can imagine, there's a bit of snow around here! As soon as there's a possibility to take a ride over there, I'll see what I can do about getting the photo for you! The cemetery is about 2 blocks froom where I grew up... not a nice neighborhood any more...
Are you a descendant? I'll send you the death record I have for him from the Springfield Vital Records.
12 year Find-A-Grave Volunteer
|jzach sullivan||Warren ancestry|
Hi...I, too am a descendent of Jacob Warren, he is my 9th great grandfather...I am always hoping to meet other folks who share ancestral ties with me
I can be contacted here on this site or at my email ..email@example.com
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