I have been interested in genealogy since the early age of 4, but getting any of this information from my parents was like pulling teeth. I knew only three of my grandparents' names, and that was all! Now with the help of my cousin, I have the names of hundreds of direct ancestors going all the way back to the first Mayflower crossing and beyond! Thank you, Harry, for sharing this wonderful treasure of over one thousand years of family history with me!
If anyone knows anything more about WILLIAM F. BUCK b: abt 1834 in Fayette, Tennessee, mother is Pemia, brother Edward, and sister Mariah, PLEASE CONTACT ME! (This is NOT the same William Buck who was the son of Jonathan Range Buck and Elizabeth (Houston) Buck from Fentress, Tennessee.) I believe our William was related to the three Buck brothers, John C., Ebenezer and Morgan Buck, who moved from Fayette, Tennessee to Clark County, Arkansas around 1837-40. William "F" (not "P") married Sarah Elizabeth Thacker in 1859 in Clark County, Arkansas and was the father of Rebecca "Becky", Joseph "Joe", James William, and Mary Harriet (Buck) Rice. He is not listed in the 1880 census and may have died around 1872-3 in Clark County, Arkansas. If any of this sounds familiar, I'd love to hear from you! Help me fill in the missing pieces of this family puzzle.
I apologize for the incorrect information on their websites. I'll go ahead and remove the links, but I know I didn't add all that information. I've never researched these folks at all, but I suspect a cousin of mine got in here and added everything. I'll talk to her about it. I added the memorial for Austin Buck from a cemetery records book a few years ago but that's all I know.
RE: Dorothy and Ebenezer Burnham The creator of the other memorial pages is pretty particular about his transfers...adheres to the Find A Grave guidelines. Do you fall within these?? Explain to him your relationship and he will let you know yes or no...maybe you'll get him on a generous day. He's usually pretty good about adding information but he has 1000's of memorial pages that he has created and thus has to make edits on them all. Sorry I can't give you better news, Sara
South Cemetery Hampton CT I'm confused...why did you create duplicate memorial pages for Dorothy/Ebenezer Burnham and request gravestone photos..if you know memorial pages were already created (you left a flower message for each of them)for Dorothy/Ebenezer Burnam (as it was spelled on their gravestones) with photos already taken??
Don't want myself or others to go to this cemetery which is quite large to try and find their gravestones if there are photos already taken.
RE: The Church family graves That is awesome that he could give you so much information! I knew you had a number on the requests but at the actual cemetery there are a few sections marked with a small deteriorating wooden signs with a letter on it. No numbers! That's why I was confused. If he can't help you I'd be willing to go out and take another look. I do not get too discouraged when I can't find a grave because some of them are buried and it's not because I didn't do my part! lol I actually have what I call my grave cleaning kit. I keep grass clippers, a putty knife, baby wipes, rags and a small dust pan and brush! I'm ready for anything!! Let me know if you get the photos! I am curious now!
Church Graves Hi! My fiance and I hunted long and hard yesterday for the Church family graves in the Pawtuxet Memorial Park Cemetery that you requested with no luck. It's a very big place. I see that you have grave numbers but do you happen to know what section they should be in? It could be helpful in locating them. If you can find that out we'd be happy to run back over and take a look.
RE: Caleb Church Lois, thank you for adding the link to Caleb Church's mother Elizabeth Warren. I am not a descendant of the Church line. My fiancée is a descendant through Caleb's daughter Hannah, the Boomer family, the Morgan family and more. Again, thanks for the link.