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John P OCONNOR (#46915730)
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OnlyMe
RE: Picture removal
I didn't know that you need contact with her to remove an erroneous photo from your memorial...
Added by OnlyMe on Feb 06, 2015 10:24 AM
Martha Hazard-Small
Zebedee Carl Talbot
Married 3 times Agnes Samantha Burr, Annie E Plummer Putnam, Nellie A Muncell. Was one of the first African American Firemen in Springfield, and inventor and worked with the Smith and Wesson Company designed a part of a pistol. He was an engineer.
Added by Martha Hazard-Small on Jan 23, 2015 9:33 AM
Martha Hazard-Small
Talbot Family.
There is a Talbot listed in the cemetery as SLAVE Talbot Unknown. NFI. Other descendants are all buried in same plot. Slave Talbot is the only unidentified Talbot to date. This line married Native Americans, African Americans and Caucasion families in the Area. Burr, Mincell, Putnam, Lew famous Rev War African American family, and Hazard to name a few. There is a lot of untold history there. Thank you for sharing the information you posted on Find A Grave
Martha Hazard-Small
Added by Martha Hazard-Small on Jan 23, 2015 9:25 AM
Martha Hazard-Small
Sampson Dunbar Talbot
Sampson Dunbar Talbot a mulatto, his middle initial B spelled wrong and/or eroded on grave stone. His father was Abraham Talbot of China Maine, Mother Mary Dunbar daughter of Sampson Dunbar of Bridgewater Mass. He was a Revolutionary War Veteran, a soldier and sailor, who fought at the battle of Bunker Hill. He was born in Fairfax, County, Maine, lived in China, Maine, Braintree Mass, Chelsea Vt, Boxborough Mass, and then Springfield Mass where he died in 1892. He was married first to Unknown prior to 1836, next to Rebecca Dunbar of Maine 1803-1848, and 3rd to another family descendant Lucy Whitney Chester Hazard 1797-1894 of Boxborough, Mass. His children by unknown include:
Chas
Rhoda Maria Hazard Wentworth
Sarah P. Hazard 1835 Chelsea VT-1871 Woodstock VT. Wife of James M. Hazard 54th Colored Troops Woodstock Vt- My ggg grandmother and Grandfather.

Children by Rebecca Dunbar include:
Sampson Dunbar Talbot 1833- moved to Ohio,
Mary A. 1837-1840
Zebedee Carl 1841-1915
Susan Amanda 1846-1935

There are no children by Lucy Whitney Chester Hazard.
Added by Martha Hazard-Small on Jan 23, 2015 9:15 AM
James Bianco
Hey John
Thanks for that transfer (Lotta Cooley Kinney). I am adding a bunch of records to Oak Grove, 2000+ this past month, all with (albeit somewhat snowy) photographs. I will re-do in Spring, when everything turns green. I was thinking maybe we could work together also then and try and get Springfield Cemetery photographed and as many full dates/links as possible corrected/added. Have a great Holiday. Call me sometime. Jim
Added by James Bianco on Dec 24, 2014 11:02 AM
Natalie Young
Bruton's
Thank you so much for transferring Margaret's memorial to me. Would you be willing to transfer the other two Bruton's (Joseph and Patrick)? Patrick is my great great grandfather's brother and Joseph is his nephew. Their memorial numbers are 71948873 and 72440738. Thank you for all the work you've done.
Added by Natalie Young on Dec 20, 2014 10:52 AM
James A Mansfield
MANSFIELD
Dear Sir,
after doing some more research here are some additional Family memorials that I would like to Manage if you don't mind.

#44883349 Fanny
#40931232 Mary
#40931227 Annie
#40931231 Lillian
#40931233 Ruth
#40931048 Grace
Added by James A Mansfield on Dec 18, 2014 1:47 PM
James A Mansfield
40931230
Harold C. Mansfield was my Grand father on the Mansfield side. Can I manage this memorial as well?
How do I add/link George E Mansfield Jr. to the children of George E Mansfield?
Thank You
Added by James A Mansfield on Dec 18, 2014 1:01 PM
bernice
RE: james jardine
thank you John..for posting and updating James Jardine I am glad that volunteers like you exist to help keep family trees available and memories alive for future generations Thank you! Bernice,
Added by bernice on Dec 08, 2014 6:31 AM
bernice
james jardine
Just wondering where your info is from ans if you actually seen a stone? my great grandmom is margaret Jardine daughter of James I know this entry is my family due to the cancer of lip and parents. there is an entry for the Island pond for him as well and trying to find out where ppl got info.no stone has been seen other than a gps located him at the stone of the rae family whom i do not have a record of yet. thanks Bernice from Boston
Added by bernice on Dec 04, 2014 8:07 AM
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