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Frank Klein (#47200843)
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Bio Photo My interest stems from hearing about my ancestor, Samuel Ransom, and his involvement during the American Revolution. I have since compiled a family tree of which I am constantly adding too. I have found cemeteries to be a great research area to extend my own research into my family.
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RE: Janet Clough
There is more.
Go to and search her full name.
You will find her birth listing and a copy of her death certificate.
Added by Rich65k on Sep 20, 2014 9:56 AM
RE: Janet Clough
Added pix. Look at Janet. I think that you have connected the wrong parents.
Added by Rich65k on Sep 16, 2014 12:06 PM
RE: Samuel and Mary Clough
They are here. Lakeside Cemetery, Wakefield, MA.
Tranquil Avenue, Section-1, Lot-25.

Grave-1 Janet B. Clough 1909-1909
Grave-2 Beatrice B. (Smith) Clough 1880-1918
Grave-3 Leslie Clough 1881-1969
Grave-4 Ruth M. Clough 1909-1989
Grave-5 Samuel A. Clough 1909-1991

If you create memorials and request photos,
I will add them right away.
Added by Rich65k on Sep 16, 2014 9:36 AM
RE: Samuel and Mary Clough
There is at least one other Clough plot in Lakeside Cemetery.
Can you be more specific as to the first names of the people you are looking for?
Added by Rich65k on Sep 15, 2014 3:02 PM
Michael Harrington
Their suggestion:
Father: Capt John Danforth #28754913
Mother Hannah 28755033

Are you asking a question or making a statement?
Added by Michael Harrington on Oct 22, 2013 11:18 AM
RE: danforths
I sent you all of them. I believe there are 10. I did a little research on them, good luck with the family tree!
Added by Alexis on Oct 21, 2013 3:50 PM
RE: Danforths
You are very welcome. Would you like me to transfer the family to you?
Added by Alexis on Oct 20, 2013 8:42 AM
Jerry Case
CASE Cemetery Location
The info in my last note was gathered by Patty Matthews who is the moderator for the Courthouse Gang. I believe that she also took the pictures.
Added by Jerry Case on Sep 19, 2013 1:54 AM
Jerry Case
CASE Cemetery Location
The location of the CASE Cemetery is on Findagrave at:
This is a photo and the caption reads:
This cemetery is 4/10 of a mile down Zbick Road in Jackson Twp., and on private property. You have to turn left in between stone walls and go down the drive and pull over by the barn.
The cemetery is overgrown and full of poison ivy. There are not many stones remaining.
I believe we found 31 stones in all.
Added by Jerry Case on Sep 19, 2013 1:52 AM
Jerry Case
RE: case cemetery
Somewhere, I have the directions to the CASE cemetery. I will search for them and, assuming that I find them, I'll pass them along.
I recall that the cemetery is on private property and difficult to fin.
Added by Jerry Case on Sep 18, 2013 9:36 AM
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