|Lisa Dale (#47718972)|
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Thank you for posting the picture of the tombstone for Willam A Corbin, Jr. His parents, William (D. 1965) and Carrie (D. 1948) are also buried in that cemetery. Would you be able to provide pictures of their graves, assuming there are tombstones.
Added by MAC on Aug 13, 2014 10:33 AM
|Tombstoner||RE: George Dale|
I have now added a few more photos, including one of the roundel which, unfortunately, is still not too clear.
You may use the photos I have uploaded in any way you wish for your own private purposes.
|Carolyn Troupe Stoll||Tourtellottes|
Are you related to the Tourtellotte family?
|Arthur Nott-Hopkins||Thanks for the transfer|
Hopefully I will eventually find where his father is buried. I know where the grandfather is but the father has remained a mystery.
|Mary Jennings||Walter and Mary Mowry|
Thank you Lisa, this will be a great help. I have been stuck on my great-grandmother (Mary) family. My grand-mother was so young when she died. Her information was close, but didn't match what I was finding.
|Michael Ratliff Lutz||Solomon Owen|
Thank you very much for the photo.
|Paul Remington||Jonathan Remington|
Thank you for taking time to post this photo.
Paul D. Remington
|Virginia Meadowcroft||Clara Vickers at Acotes Hill|
Hi Lisa, It was good to see your name pop up in my email. You made such wonderful finds for me last year. You are a good headstone finder and I hope all is well with you this year. Thank you.
I have had an epiphany!
Cynthia and Elizabeth Vickery-maiden name was HORTON, easily confused in handwriting to be "Warren".
See my Find A Grave entries in Scituate for Benjamin Horton and Elizabeth HARRIS Horton.
If the will of Richard III can be found, then we can finalize that Elizabeth Harris was his daughter with Mary Thomas, and she is this Horton!
Mary died 1816 in Smithfield and the Phenix newspaper said she had 10 children with Richard.
This would explain everything to a T, like why Elizabeth Vickery changed her name back to Horton in later years. Also note that Elizabeth and Benjamin Horton named their first son Harris Richard Horton.
Thanks so much for updating the Vickery info in Harmony Cemetery! Somehow I am going to eventually figure out if the mothers (Elizabeth and Cynthia Ann Vickery) were:
b. Harris children or a married female child of Richard III's! Thier husbands Daniel W and Enoch Vickery drop off the map after 1840. I am wondering if they were seafaring men, or if it's due to the lack of records available for the period in Scituate RI.
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