|Debi C (#46830109)|
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*** About Corrections ***|
When sending me corrections please send some source that I can verify. Since others will rely on our work for their own research, I prefer to verify data - especially dates and family links - before making edits.
*** About Sharing ***
My gravestone photos are for sharing! Please use them freely for your personal family research projects. However, if you add them to your online tree, please DO include a photo credit "Photo by Find A Grave volunteer Debi C." Proper photo credit further encourages the volunteerism which makes this awesome resource possible.
*** About Transfers ***
I generally follow the FG "four-generation DIRECT line" guideline for transferring memorials. So, if you'd like me to transfer to you, please share your line of descent when submitting your request. If you are NOT a direct descendant... well... let's chat and figure things out. I am always happy to update memorials under my care when I can verify the new information.
I still consider myself a Rhode Islander - where I grew up, lived, worked, and played for some 50 odd years - but as of July 2012, now call Gray Maine "home".
My own genealogy work began when my Dad died just two months before seeing the new millennium and hasn't stopped since. I continue to be engrossed in the study of family history and find cemeteries simply fascinating! Helping others realize their family history goals is just plain FUN, so I sometimes conduct limited research projects - just for fun! - on a volunteer basis.
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|Peter||RE: Olive Emma Strout|
Sounds good to me.
Added by Peter on Oct 14, 2016 11:40 AM
|Peter||Olive Emma Strout|
It is very possible that her birth was in Casco. During those years Raymond and Casco were connected in a variety of ways. And the 1860 census does show Raymond as their place of residence. Casco was part of Raymond until 1841 so the people were not always separated in their own minds you could say.
Added by Peter on Oct 14, 2016 11:36 AM
|Peter||RE: Olive Strout Doughty|
I would be delighted. 1860, 1870 census, basic marriage certificate
Olive Emma Strout
Name: Emma Strout
Birth Year:abt 1859
Birth Place: Maine
Home in 1860: Raymond, Cumberland, Maine
Wesley Strout 30
Mary A Strout 20
Nelson Strout 9
Sarah J Strout 8
Ellen A Strout 6
Richard Strout 3
Emma Strout 1 Olive Emma Strout
Name: Olive Strout
Age in 1870: 11
Birth Year: abt 1859
Home in 1870: Poland, Androscoggin, Maine
Wesley Strout 39
Sarah F Strout 25
Richard Strout 15
Olive Strout 11 Olive Emma Strout
Jennette Strout 4
Hannah Strout 1
Name: Olive Strout
Spouse Name: Henry P Doughty
Number Pages: 1
22 Aug 1880
Added by Peter on Oct 13, 2016 7:28 PM
|DBT||RE: Prudence Spencer Clarke|
You are welcome. Dennis does not have an individual stone like Prudence but, he is listed with her on one side of the large family stone of John Kent.
Added by DBT on Aug 30, 2016 8:06 AM
|Richard Lawson||RE: Daniel Grant|
That is the same record I found. I have not found any relationship of person giving the info shown.
Also, could not find any military info for a Daniel Grant that would have been born about this time.
Sorry for delay in answering, changed Email address so did not get message.
|Rick D||RE: Frank P. Merrill #153910969|
Your more than welcome for the pictures and feel free to use them as you see fit, I don't do this for the photo credit so no need for that, I was glad to see what your connection to Frank Merrill was though as the "Ryder" lot he's buried in was owned by Rodolphus Ryder, a member of Company B from the 14th Maine Infantry. I just uploaded a photo of his headstone to Frank Merrill's memorial and I saw Rodolphus had a memorial page with different spelling and I was going to clarify this was one and the same before I uploaded.
Best of luck with all you do,
Added by Rick D on Aug 09, 2016 3:49 PM
|Nancy Harris||Photos for Edward Harmon|
My thanks to you for posting your photos to Edward's memorial - a nice addition to his information, and I appreciate it.
|R Passmore||David & Lula Austin Family|
Not a problem happy to do so. If you would like any memorials transfered to you just let me know your relation and I would be happy to.
|Annmarie Christian||Memorial #136983906 Harriet Louise Woodbury-Waycott|
I was searching for the last name of Waycott when I saw the following memorials you created (both records) 8 Oct 2014:
Harriett Louise Woodbury Memorial #136983906
Harriet L. Waycott Memorial #136983905
Both of the above memorials are the same person, one with maiden name and one with married name. I'm not asking for a transfer as she is related on my son-in-law's side of the family and not a close enough relative.
If you want to, combine them into one and make corrections to Memorial #136983906.
Here is her information:
Harriett Louise Woodbury-Waycott
Born 14 Sept 1934 in Westbrook, Cumberland, Maine
Died 15 Oct 1998 in a Portland Hospital, Portland, Cumberland, Maine. (social security death index) (Obit gives death date as 18 Oct 1998)
Burial: 23 Oct 1998
Father: Lyman K. Woodbury
Mother: Louwine Evangeline Peterson (birth record gives her name as Louweene Evangeline Peterson
son: Peter Woodbury
daughter: Carol (Woodbury or Waycott) Waterhouse
4 grandchildren: Nicole Waterhouse of Westbrook
Sabrina Woodbury of Standish
Crystal Woodbury of Standish
Andrew Woodbury of Standish
Marriage to Waycott: (date & place unknown). Her husband isn't mentioned in her obit.
Her obit is listed at www.GenealogyBank.com as H. Louise Waycott
Thank you for creating her memorial
|Joseph Fitzgerald||RE: Helen Marie Skillings|
Debi, the date was rounded of to the next year as I have seen on many profiles. I'm just trying to update on of my ancestors for you.
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