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Steve (#46835300)
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Bio Photo I grew up in Maine, and now live in NH. The main goal of my cemetery visits is finding my ancestors and their collateral families, as well as seeking out the burial places of the soldiers from the 27th Maine Volunteers. I will also photograph all known Civil War veterans within the cemeteries I walk and, being the historian for NALF (National Association of Leavitt Families), I'm also looking for all Leavitt graves out there!

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Dina Woodman Reed
Jonathan Woodman
Thank you very much expending the effort and taking the time to take pictures of my New England ancestors memorials in Newington Cemetery...
living in South Carolina and researching in New England , means I depend on the kindness of strangers..I will pass on your favor...
Dina Woodman Reed
Added by Dina Woodman Reed on Aug 20, 2014 7:53 AM
Dina Woodman Reed
Cemetery Newington
In the History of my family it says In 1890 Mrs. Sarah Ann (Furber) Ball, a granddaughter of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Pickering) Woodman, erected a marble monument in the family lot in the graveyard by the old church in Newington. following is the inscription : Jonathan Woodman,1772-1806; Elizabeth Woodman,1777-1859; Captain Nicholas P. Woodman,1779-1860.

Elizabeth Woodman's maiden name was Pickering and I noticed there were many Pickering's listed in the Newington cemetery.

Is the Newington Cemetery the same one as the one by the old church? Did you see a monument for the woodman family?

Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
Dina Woodman Reed
Added by Dina Woodman Reed on Aug 10, 2014 11:25 AM
Peter Birch
Corp. John Kilborn Jnr.
Thanks for transferring the photo Steve
Added by Peter Birch on Jul 19, 2014 7:52 PM
Peter Birch
RE: Corporal John A. Kilborn JNR
Thanks again Steve! I have added the memorials:
#132880169 for John A. Kilborn Snr and #100011380 for Mary Ellen Kilborn (Doring)

Added by Peter Birch on Jul 15, 2014 9:35 PM
Peter Birch
Corporal John A. Kilborn JNR
Steve many thanks for creating a memorial page for another of my ancestors. The headstone also includes his parents so I now have even more information about their death dates and final resting places as a result of your good work.
Added by Peter Birch on Jul 14, 2014 10:39 PM
stephen schifani
John S Stokes
He is my gg granduncle he was born Freedom New Hampshire his Father Daniel W Stokes mother Martha Meader what was incorrect ?
Added by stephen schifani on Jul 13, 2014 3:55 PM
Peter Birch
RE: Orrin B. Gerrish
Thanks Steve - yes I saw on the Newburyport Library Archives site that there is a publication that has a map of Highland. I will contact them tomorrow.

The web link is below:;query=highland%20cemetery%20map;locg=57
Added by Peter Birch on Jul 06, 2014 12:30 PM
Brett Wilson
Samuel Carey Tuckerman
Hey Steve, thank you very much for taking the time to locate and photograph the stone for Samuel Carey Tuckerman! I appreciate that very much. I am working on a website project that is documenting the final resting place of every soldier who served with the 2nd Wisconsin Infantry during the Civil War. Each soldier will have their own page that will contain as much information and photographs that can be uncovered about each person. I was wondering if you might grant permission to use your photograph of his stone for this project on his page? It would really add quite a bit and it will definitely help any descendants or researchers who are trying to find out more information. I would be happy to add full credit for any pictures that you allow to use. If you do not wish to grant permission that is perfectly fine and I understand. If you do, do you perhaps have any other pictures of his stone that you could email to me by any chance?

Thank you very much for all of your time and help. I appreciate it very much,

Added by Brett Wilson on Jul 05, 2014 12:43 PM
Peter Birch
Orrin B. Gerrish
Steve - thanks you so much for providing the photo of my ancestor Orrin Gerrish. I have another request in for my Great, Great Uncle Joseph Doring (Highland cemetery, Section F, lot 161). He also served in the Civil war.

Joseph was the brother of my Great Grandfather William Lawrence Doring who jumped off a whaling ship in Albany, Western Australia in 1844 and who lived the rest of his life in Perth, western Australia. He was a well known boat builder and gold prospector. I have been tracing his American family roots and you have just made a valuable contribution to that search.

I would like to visit these gravesites when my wife & I tour New England in October. How does one find the headstones - are there maps available for Highland and Oak Hill cemeteries?

Again, many thanks for all your good work.

Added by Peter Birch on Jul 05, 2014 11:16 AM
Amos Currier
Thank you Steve, I had the request on the wrong Amos Currier.
Added by Alexis on Jul 05, 2014 8:39 AM
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