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|Tom Conlon||Thank you for updating|
the memorials for Mary Jane Horner Boyd and her daughter Ethel Vivian Boyd Reynolds.
|Carol ||Mary Elizabeth (Currier) Fuller Memorial|
Thank you so much for transferring this memorial to me. I appreciate it so very much.
Added by Carol on Aug 13, 2016 5:22 AM
|Carol ||St. Joseph's Cemetery, Haverhill MA|
I just found a memorial of yours:
Mary E. (Currier) Fuller # 99628457
which I had unknowingly created a memorial myself, though at the time I did not realize her given name was actually Mary; I had been searching for her under her middle name Elizabeth, which she often used. She is my great-grandfathers sister.
If possible could you transfer this memorial to me? If not, that's ok too and I can send you some information in the form of Edits.
Added by Carol on Aug 06, 2016 5:01 PM
|K Berry & JGBC||Hello!|
Hi! I just noticed that somehow, I actually created duplicates of 2 of your memorials in 2014! So upon discovering this I have deleted mine, and provided some edits to link and add places to yours so everything is how it should be.
Would you consider transferring them to me? They were my great-aunts.
Esther (Whipple) Bishop #69170937
Maria (Whipple) Clark # 69170845
|Carrie (Fish) Mowan||Anna Plamandon|
Hi, before I filled in more info, I wanted to see if this sounds likely - I think this is Anna Lydia Plamandon, who was was born in Canada nov 1887, moved to the us (with her parents, I imagine) 1893 per the 1910 census. She married Forest Henry Shute in Haverhill in 1907 and was listed on the 1910 census with him in that city. They adopted a daughter, possibly to hide an indiscretion - I've talked with a descendent and the daughter (her grandmother) was always convinced she was _really_ their daughter and dropped off anonymously and then adopted to hide that she was born before the wedding.
Regardless, Forest ran off and left the daughter with his mother and Anna returned to her maiden name in the 1930 and 1940 census (I can't find her 1920). She was living in Plymouth county in both of those.
Do you think this is that woman? I've seen no evidence she married again.
Teck, I have some paperwork here stating lot #s
Lot 133-F 2/28/1947 I believe that is Gran Pere (DOB 2/6/1900 DOD 2/4/1946) #58404475 & Oncle Alexandre (1925-1927)# 58404476.
There is one Lot #282-G 6/26/1943 which is where I my Gran Mere may be. Her DOB 2/8/1907 DOD 6/15/1943
I don't know if that will help you. Once I find her, I can update & link all to Dad who is in Boscawen Military Cemetery in N.H. # 148986207
I appreciate your help. I have not edited anything yet or linked memorials & hope I don't mess it up. I would rather leave the maintaining to you.
Added by KC on Jun 16, 2016 3:52 PM
I have specific dates and family info (spouse, children, parents, siblings) for my grandfather & Uncle listed in Find A Grave. I would like to give this to you for update.
Could you help me find my grandmother & is buried in the same cemetery but not listed.
Please email me.
Added by KC on Jun 15, 2016 9:35 AM
I am hoping that you can help me. You took a photo of the gravestone for Peter Roarke at St. Patrick Cemetery in Lowell, MA (see above Memorial #). I visited the cemetery office today to try and locate this grave. I was told that due to a fire, all records going back that far were destroyed. I believe that Peter may be my Great, Great, Great Grandfather. Would you be able to tell me where at St Patrick's you found this stone?
Added by Anderp11 on Apr 08, 2016 10:19 AM