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William Chester "Babydoll" Jacobson
I would like to add the picture of William "Babydoll" Jacobson you added on Find A Grave Memorial #13789828 to my family tree on Ancestry and Family Search if OK with you. He is my wife's grandfathers 1st cousin. Thank you. Rognliz
Added by rognliz on Mar 17, 2015 11:12 AM
Linda Brandt
Charles Fuller Goodhue
Thanks so much for your time and efforts in photographing and posting this photo.
Added by Linda Brandt on Aug 08, 2014 10:44 PM
RE: Capt Isaac Pierson
Well, thanks for looking at the photo again. I'm not sure where to go from here. :( I got to this site from, who had it linked to my ancestor. I will attempt to contact them, or at least put a note on this photo that it's not the same person. I don't think I'm relate to this Isaac Pearson. Hopefully I will have better success looking in NJ. Kind Regards, KJP
Added by KJPollard on Jul 04, 2014 12:01 PM
RE: Capt Isaac Pierson
It is spelled Pearson on the gravestone, so that's why I was wondering if the dates are legible. There was some discrepancies with the spelling of the last name along the way in the family. Just trying to find where my family is as far back as I can. I am also looking for Henry Pierson, who came from the England on the Mayflower II in 1640 in Bridgehampton, NY. He died in 1680, his son (of the same name) lived 1652-1701 in Southampton, NY. His son was Lemuel Pierson 1717-1797, lived in the same area. Lemuel may have had up to 3 sons that served in the Revolutionary war. Lemuel (sgt), David (capt+0 and Isaac (capt). Somewhere along the way, the family relocated to NJ.
Added by KJPollard on Jul 04, 2014 8:12 AM
Capt Isaac Pierson
The pic of Isaac Pierson's gravestone you have has been linked to my 4x GGrandfather, who fought in the Revolutionary war. He was born in NY in 1755, and died in NJ on 19 Aug 1825, so I don't know why he would be buried in NH. Is there a clearer pic that would have the dates? He was married to Hannah Miller Pierson.
Added by KJPollard on Jul 03, 2014 9:37 PM
Angela Maria Bautista
Ruth Annis Walker
Do you have anything further on Ruth and her father . Did Ezra have a brother Daniel Annis of Hopkinton MA? I am related to Daniel through his daughter also Ruth Annis that married Abner Watkins and settled in Kearsage Gore (Warner, NH). Thank you for any help you can offer
Added by Angela Maria Bautista on Jun 04, 2014 5:25 AM
Randy Cummings
RE: Old Fort cemetery
Added by Randy Cummings on May 23, 2014 5:52 AM
Randy Cummings
Old Fort Cemetery
Over by Eastman School?
Added by Randy Cummings on May 21, 2014 8:02 PM
Randy Cummings
Old Fort Cemetery
Where is this located in Concord?
Added by Randy Cummings on May 21, 2014 8:00 PM
RE: Kilburn & Kilborn at Beaver Dam cemetery
Thank you for your message. Yes, I am aware that throughout history the Kilburn/Kilborn/Kilbourn spelling has been mixed among family members.
Added by AnitaP on May 19, 2014 10:02 AM
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