|Charles Baker (#47201082)|
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I am interested in genealogy (Baker & Griffin families from Massachusetts, Outland & Riddick from Virginia/North Carolina). I have resided mostly in Connecticut since 1956. I went to college in Northfield, Vermont and spent 19 months in northern Germany in the US Army. I worked as a programmer/data analyst supporting investment systems in New York and Connecticut.|
Thanks to all who contribute to this site and those who created it.
For the memorials I created, I can update them for you or consider the transfer of a memorial to you, please use the edit button on the memorial.
If I have added someone that you would like removed please e-mail me.
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|Sabina||RE: Sidney Orcutt|
Thank you kindly!
Added by Sabina on Jul 05, 2014 7:52 PM
|Janice (Stafford) Laliberte||Lucindie Hicks headstone|
I noticed that the death date on the headstone says 1882.
On the memorial it says 1832.
would like him to be transferred to you?
I have updated his bio.
|Jill Barnard||Nahum Eager Esq|
Thanks, Charles, for transferring Nahum Eager to me! He's the foundation of a very large and prolific line of mine. I really appreciate it!
|in memory of grandma||Mercy (Brown) Baker & brother Maj. John Brown|
Thanks for the work you did to hook these siblings up with their parents Lieut. Ezekiel Brown & Ruth Winsor. (I'm related to them via a brother.)
(PS, their dad was a Revolutionary War Patriot.)
|Phidadle||John Charles and Mother Agnes Linney|
Thank-you very much for the transfers, and the added info for the Bio. Phidadle
Added by Phidadle on Apr 27, 2014 4:47 PM
|Michael Bouganim (Meredith/Pond)||Everett M. Pond|
Thank You so much for creating this!!, He was my 2nd Great Grand Uncle. Can you transfer this to me? You can reach me thru this site, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will give you my cell number, and give you my ancestry access...Thank You
Michael Y.B. Meredith
|Connie G||Parkers in Woodlawn Cemetery|
I wonder if you would consider transferring a few memorials from Woodlawn Cemetery in Biddeford, Maine to me. William G. Parker (Memorial# 63695851) and Nellie Bridges Parker (Memorial# 64160069) are my great grandparents. Their son, William Guy Parker (Memorial# 64168578) is also buried there. It would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Connie G on Apr 22, 2014 6:07 AM
I was happy to make the link. Are you family? Would you like me to transfer them to you?
Added by shd38 on Apr 09, 2014 5:50 PM
|Marlene Chaney||Cash family in Oak Knoll Cemetery|
I have several questions regarding the Cash family of three that you posted in Oak Knoll Cemetery in Rehoboth. Did you personally see the gravestones? - walk the cemetery?
I don't question whether they are there. I have found proof in the death certificate for Samuel A Cash that he is buried there and assume his wife Ann and daughter are also there.
My question lies with the daughter (Find A Grave Memorial# 63150254). I originally had her name as Azalea in my tree (getting that from another Ancestry member tree long ago). I am now in the process of updating my tree, adding people, correcting errors I find and adding new information. Along that line I have found just today that Azalea's actual name was Angelica and she indeed did die in 1878 in Rehoboth. The problem I've encountered is that a printed record of her death from Rehoboth death records is that she was 27 years old when she died. That cannot be correct. Samuel and Ann married in 1867. The daughter I speak of does NOT show up in any census. The family moved from Providence, Rhode Island to Rehoboth by the 1870 census. There they remained until their deaths. So far I have not found proof of birth for Angelica Cash - just death records (2) which still give her birth about 1851. Samuel would have been only 13 years old at that time.
So my original question whether you actually saw a gravestone for this child that might have given her age still stands.
Sorry to bend your ear but I don't have anyone else to bounce my thoughts off.
If you would choose to respond via email my address is below.
Thank you for your time.
P.S. I am related to all the Cash families from Cape Cod and even my 7th great-grandmother was a Baker.
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