| || member for 5 years, 4 months, 29 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|No bio available.|
|Messages left for Hammer (236)||[Leave Message]|
|Descendant||Transfer please: #69958414 & #69958494|
Would you kindly transfer management of my Greatx3 Grandparents (William J. Pedman & Sarah Chessman Clark -Find A Grave #s above) to me?
Along w/ basic research over 35 years, I have been to their graves in Weymouth. I have spent years researching William. I have been to Bermuda, where he was born, to: the Church in which his parents were married (I have a painting of it), & to to the very old Church in which William's Mother was baptized in 1800. I also went to the Spotsylvania battlefield in VA, where he was injured during the Civil War, & the Monument to the 1st Regiment, MA Heavy Artillery, in which he served.
I would greatly appreciate it, as I feel that Family Members should be managed by Family.
Thank you very much.
Descendant, Find A Grave Member/Contributor #48287449
|Jesse & Dianas Line||Transfer Request in Kind|
Hello Hammer, I was wondering if I might be able to have record 94635312 George Newell transferred to me, he is my 2nd great-uncle and I have additional info I can add. Thank you so much and many blessings to you and yours!
|Ron Guilmette||Charles & Nancy Spring|
I believe the Charles and Nancy Spring you have Find A Grave in theFort Hill Cemetery in Plymouth are the following:
Charles Spring was born on 1824 in Saco Maine, son of Lewis and Eliza Spring. He began sailing as a cabin boy at ten years of age and eventually moved to East Weymouth and Hingham and was employed as a painter. He married Nancy H. Remington (b. 1826) in Hingham on August 7, 1849. Massachusetts State Police Chief Constable Edward J. Jones appointed him a state police deputy constable for Plymouth County in August 1870. He served for a very short time before being appointed a deputy sheriff in Plymouth County. He also served as a town constable, night police, and truant officer in Hingham and as a Nantasket Beach Railroad Policeman. Charles Spring died at age 74 on March 29, 1900 and was still serving as a deputy sheriff at the time of his death. His wife Nancy died in 1902 and they are both buried in Forth Hill Cemetery. (Family Search.com) (Genealogybank.com)
|P. Jones||RE: William & Harriet Thompson|
Thank you for the info. I will go to the daughters pages to link them to their parents.
Added by P. Jones on Mar 11, 2016 9:30 AM
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Thank you|
for all your incredible photos and work at Hingham.
|Richard Ray||Abbie A Lincoln|
she was married to George Herbert Davis on 18 Jun 1873.
George Herbert Davis survived her and married secondly, Annie Davis Raymond on 6 Jan 1892.
George Lincoln in Volume III, page 14 shows Abbie as Bela Lincoln and Abigail A Newcomb child.
Through the Massachusetts Vital Records by virtue of the named parents of George Herbert Davis it names the marriage to Annie Davis Raymond.
|frank nyross||Find A Grave Memorial# 99910135|
Is it possible that you may consider transferring the subject Harold A. Breach Record to me at
frank nyross (#47999182)
He is a Great Uncle
|frank nyross||Harold BreachFind A Grave Memorial# 99910135|
Is it possible to add Harold's Father Find A Grave Memorial# 97130791 to his Son Harold's Find A Grave Memorial# 99910135?
I have found that there is another Find-a-Grave started Feb. 17, 2009 for Dorothy Y (Sanford) Fernald. #3394641. Yours, however is more complete. I don't know how they handle this, unless one of you requests ownership of the other. I don't know if either of you is family to anyone mentioned at this gravesite. Dorothy is my father's sister.
Added by TOY on Apr 29, 2015 4:13 PM
|TOY||Mother of Dorothy|
Anna Olive (Ryder) Sanford, #5729718, is the mother of Dorothy (Sanford) Davis Fernald, #70714427. I appreciate all you do. Thanks again
Added by TOY on Apr 29, 2015 2:54 PM
|[View all messages...]|