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LadyGoshen (#46951894)
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Bio Photo trying to stay ahead of developers who want to cover historical markers... and the weather, time and vandals that obscure the inscriptions... to honor those that walked before us.

Although I visit cemeteries whenever I travel (to the dismay of others in the car), most of my work is in Vermont, New Hampshire, New York's lower Hudson Valley and Washington State's Skagit County.

Whenever possible, I post a photo--a photo makes it real. I also try to list the sources I've used to stitch together family relations or any info that I might find. I will not link to those who are listed as burial location unknown.

Thank you in advance for sending in corrections or additions using the Edit button. I appreciate your updates very much. Although I try to thank and acknowledge all corrections, I may not always have the time. Edits posted in the message area below will be ignored and deleted.

I transfer direct relatives within three generations (that means: your siblings, parents, grandparents, children, and grandchildren). As Richard H so aptly puts it:
"... someone who died 200 years ago could be related to thousands of people." Please use the virtual cemetery feature to group your family memorials.

My activity is seasonal--I use the New England winters to create new memorials with the images I've collected the rest of the year. There are several thousand waiting to be processed...


About photos: Photo uploaded to Find A Grave memorials are for Find A Grave use only. Do not reuse without permission. All Rights Reserved.

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Hannah Davis (Brooks) Barron gravestone photo
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Hannah (Brooks) Barron (Memorial# 53261250)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry Family Tree.
Thank you for your hard work photographing the stones of the last resting places of our ancestors!!
Ro Fleury
Added by MissKitty on Sep 04, 2015 7:50 PM
K Perry
Benjamin Scribner , 1st wife Martha Knight and 2nd wife Rachel Stevens
Hi - Benjamin Scribner born 1772 and Martha Knight born 1773 are my ggg grandparents. Their son Nicholas Hale Scribner Senior, my gg grandfather, moved to Iowa by covered wagon.
These are some of the Sources i have for the dates of birth and the marriages for them:

Benjamin Scribner birth of 11 Nov 1772 Salisbury, Merrimac, New Hampshire, son of Benjamin Scribner and Margaret Clifford (source: New Hampshire birth and christening index 1714-1904 and New hampshire birth records 1659-1900 gave the parents)

Benjamin Scribner married Martha Knight on 27 Nov 1793 Atkinson, New Hampshire is in the New Hampshire Marriage records index 1637-1947

Martha Knight birth 7 oct 1773 Atkinson, Rockingham, New hampshire is in the New Hampshire birth and christening index 1714-1904

Benjamin Scribner married 2nd Rachel Stevens on April 1 1818 clerks location Salisbury, New Hampshire
(1st wife martha knight died 1816) Source of 2nd marriage: New Hampshire marriage records index 1637-1947

Let me know if you need any further info Thank You for all the work you do. KPerry
Added by K Perry on Sep 02, 2015 7:04 PM
RE: Benjamin Bailey
You didn't have to send me Benjamin Bailey! Do you want him back? (A long rainstorm during the night and a nice day today, at long last!) No trees have started changing colors yet, though. Do you miss the Hudson Valley? Will you ever return? Virtual hugs!
Added by seekerJay on Aug 21, 2015 8:01 PM
Lilian Wheeler HUHN
Good news!!
What good news!! Definetely he must be SIMEON DEWEY II, with his second wife, Elizabeth Bridgeman, formerly Turner and Seneca (son of his and Hannah Bliss)
Thus a memorial to Simeon II could be created now. What do you think? And I'll be able to link him to the rest of the Deweys.
Lilian Wheeler HUHN (#48038554)
Added by Lilian Wheeler HUHN on Aug 09, 2015 7:00 AM
Lilian Wheeler HUHN
RE: Contribution
O.K. I'll be glad to get the transfer back.
As to my sources here they go:
1) Photos of Dewey's residences taken from a book I hold: 'Images of America, Hanover, New Hampshire' by Frank J. Barrett jr.

2)Census (www.familysearchpilot/

3)Data - taken from
-Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume II
-Ahnentafel for Mary Alice Dewey Barden provided by Shryll Behn.(very useful)
-The Records of Town Meetings: History of the Town of Hanover
-Dewey, Louis Marinus: Dewey Genealogy and family History. Westfield, Ma., Dewey Publishing Company, 1898 (MOL)
-From the bend of the little river: a Wilcox book, immigrant ancestors and allied families, with a sketch and the descendents - Part I: The Allied Families, the immigrant ancestors
-Living descendant I get in touch with

4) Newspapers, obituaries and wills
I hope it may help
Added by Lilian Wheeler HUHN on Aug 03, 2015 7:33 AM
Gretchen Lilly Muller
RE: Pinneo Memorial Photos
Thank you so much I will do that.
Added by Gretchen Lilly Muller on Aug 02, 2015 6:54 PM
Gretchen Lilly Muller
Pinneo Memorial Photos
May I have your permission to use the photos you have posted to the Pinneo memorials in the Hanover Center Cemetery in Hanover, Grafton County, New Hampshire to my family tree? I use the photos I find for sources for my Pineo/Pinneo family ancestors. I always give credit to the person that added the photo to the memorial.

I appreciate all the work you are doing for Find A Grave.

Gretchen Muller
Added by Gretchen Lilly Muller on Aug 02, 2015 4:23 PM
Lilian Wheeler HUHN
Could it be possible you would add the phrase:
Additional Bio submitted by Lilian Wheeler HUHN - to Memorial# 85242267?
Thank you for your attention in advance.
Added by Lilian Wheeler HUHN on Aug 02, 2015 11:32 AM
Lilian Wheeler HUHN
RE: Name Transfer
So, immediately IŽll remove the memorial to Simeon II and leave you to put back your memorial to Seneca. Or should I do it for you?
I'm sure I'll find Simeon's grave in the furure. I already found his son Simeon III and provided information to be added to him.
I hope everything will go smoothly now.
Added by Lilian Wheeler HUHN on Aug 01, 2015 2:28 PM
Lilian Wheeler HUHN
Name Transfer
What a surprise I had today!!! They transferred the memorial in question to me (without asking for, yet)
Thus, before starting my work on Simeon II, would you agree if I keep the memorial to Simeon II and you create one for Seneca Dewey? Do you know where he is buried at? I can provide further information on Seneca afterwards, if you please.
Otherwise, let me know if you have another solution to this intricate issue.
Lilian Wheeler HUHN (#48038554)
Added by Lilian Wheeler HUHN on Aug 01, 2015 12:26 PM
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