|Aidyn Donti||Can i meet with Samantha Smith?|
Good evening" My name is Aidyn. I miss Samantha very much, i want to meet her, can i get to the cemetery?. Answer back
|Joan wurts||william McKnight|
I,m concerned about the grave site of william McKnight #22442042 also his second wife Sarah(Knox Henry)McKnight. You say they are buried in the Dixon cemetery. I,m trying to find some proof of this. william was my GGG Grandfather. I have researched william McKnight since the 1970's. I know he was in Greenup co. Ky. in 1860 thru 1864-65. What I donot Know is his death date or where he is buried. His sons are buried in the Dixon cemetery. Ashland library does not have this info, and ancestry does not have it. Could I ask where your info came from? Joan(Wurts) Washburn
|Clay Hall||Parents of Caleb Hall|
Do you happen to have any info on Caleb Hall's parents ? Caleb is my G.G. Grandpa
This memorial appears to be a duplicate. There was another in Find A Grave done in 2004. Thanks, Jim Jones
Thanks for the photos of Benjamin Richards gravesite!
Added by Kim on May 30, 2012 10:12 PM
|Kim ||Caroline Dakin|
I Aroini Dakin. Some of the letters are missing and it should be Caroline Dakin Estrabrook. She was the only wife of Freeman Rue Dakin. Its hard to see the C but you can see the outline if you look close. Can you change that, appreciate it.
Added by Kim on Sep 05, 2011 7:35 AM
|Kim ||Caroline Dakin|Added by Kim on Sep 05, 2011 7:32 AM
|Ralph Page||Thanks for the photos|
Just a quick note to thank you for taking photos of my Page cousins (a few times removed) in the Atkinson Cemetery in Atkinson, NH.
I'm out west in California and I seldom get back to Atkinson, so those photos were nice to see and add to my database. I appreciate the time you took to take the photos and post them on Find-a-Grave.
|Joan wurts||william McKnight (1808)|
Why do you think William McKnight and maybe his wife Sarah Knox Henry were buried in the Dixon cemetery? I'm GGG grand daughter of William.
|Cathy E||Hello from Washington State|
I am married to an Estabrook and was intrigued that there is an Estabrook Cemetery in Maine, along with an Estabrook Settlement (at least on the map).
Could you and WOULD you please give me some history of these two places. I have traced my husband's family back through Johnathan Robbins Estabrook to Thomas Estabrook. We're probably related somehow.
I would certainly appreciate any historical background! This is just fascinating!
Thanks so much for any info you would be willing to share.
Added by Cathy E on Jun 12, 2009 5:18 PM
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