|Marina Williams (#46998654)|
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|Ray Malenfant||Coles Hill Burial Ground|
All members General Society of Mayflower Descendants were recently notified via the Mayflower Quarterly Magazine that the large sarcophagus with the names of those who died in the first winter has been significantly repaired. I wonder if you could replace the old photos you took with new ones of the repaired work. To quote the magazine "The letters now look substantially the same as they did in 1921 when our Society first dedicated the monument." I hope to be able to see it myself in November when we go back to MA for Thanksgiving with the family.
Thanks for this consideration.
Ray Malenfant #47753076 now of Delaware formerly of MA.
|Verena Blackburn||Elizabeth Hatch Memorial # 28006416|
Elizabeth Hatch is my 7th-great grandmother. I have 30,000 hours of research on her line and can connect all the members. Would you consider transferring her management to me? It means so much to me. I will take good care of her. :-) Thank you. Verena (#47241141)
Could I ask if you would transfer management of Susan?
She is my great grandmother who I am named after.
|Blaine Barham||Lydia Pratt Howe|
I'm in search of information on a distant relative of mine and asking for help. Azor Pratt and Ruth Chessman had several children and one was Lydia Pratt.
Records indicate she first married Osborne then Munroe and then Hardin.
My goal is to find out if she is burried in the Pratt Family Cemetery.
If you could give me help or guidance this would be great.
|Anita Gervase||Jonathan Sprague 1648 to 1756|
Marina, I was looking at the memorial for Jonathan Sprague and the dates seem to be off. If the dates are correct he would have been 108 when he died, not 69 like it says in the text. If h was 69 then he would have had to die in 1717. Can you clarify this foe me?Thank you,
|Coleen Bontrager||JOHN DEATH|
May I please copy the photo you took of headstone for John Death (yes, can you believe that's is last name????) I am building my family tree on ancestry.com, and he is my 7th great grandfather. Is request would also be for any additional relatives that I find, based on your report in findagrave. Thanks so much. Coleen Miller
|Vicki Edwards||Edits for Elvira Washburn|
Elvira's parents are identified in her death record. I wanted to communicate this to you as her mother's memorial does not list Elvira among her children.
Find A Grave # 47594137
|BravoMike||Thomas Rogers - Discharge Papers|
I happen to have the original handwritten discharge papers dated 1777 for Thomas Rogers, who served with Amos Singletary from Sutton, MA. I ran across this site while doing some research on the man. Let me know if you'd like a photograph of the document. email@example.com.
|Heather Bauer||Pilgrim William White's Sarcophagus|
My relative, Pilgrim William White is buried in the sarcophagus you took a photo of in Plymouth, Mass. I am wondering if I could please have a copy of this photo? My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org My name is Heather. Thanks!
Nathaniel Clifts are wrong. Please work with me on this.
Nathaniel Clift Jr. 27940070 (b. 10 Apr 1799 d. 8 Sep 1833)
marr. Maria (Rogers) 27940051 (b. 23 Jan 1800 Marshfield d. 6 Apr 1834 Marshfield) d/o Samuel and Maria (Rogers) Rogers.
Samuel 142617830 Maria (Rogers) 142617703
Nathaniel Clift Sr. 27940062 (b. 1764 d. 5 Sep 1833)
Mary, widow of Capt. Nathaniel, died 10 January, 1849, aged 77 years.
marr. Mary (Clift) Clift 27940057 (b.19 Jan 1772 d.10 Jan 1849)
d/o of Joseph and Mary (Hatch) Clift.
Joseph 61922547 and Mary (Hatch) 61922549
Added by Noreen on May 18, 2015 7:43 PM
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