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I'm the mother of three and the grandmother of nine. I've been hooked on genealogy for about 45 years. I just recently found "Find A Grave" and think that it's a wonderful resource.|
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Sorry, Lorene, I have no info on that.
Added by GreenG on Oct 27, 2014 8:07 AM
|RICHARD MORRISON||John Stilson|
Thank you so much for your great pictures.The Stilsons are my first cousins.
You're welcome! I was just trying to make sure I connect the son to the right mom, and though, "Hmmm..." I'm sure it was a copy & paste mistake where you thought you copied but still had someone else's number...or didn't copy the entire number and it gave you someone entirely different. I know these two mistakes because I've done them. Often. ;o)
Added by Merf on Oct 24, 2014 11:28 AM
|GreenG||RE: Richard N. Oakman|
No worries - as always, my suggested edits are just that. Cheers!
Added by GreenG on Oct 22, 2014 7:24 PM
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Thank You|
Thank you so much for your help with the Maxwell's I really appreciate the photos and your willingness to help! Thanks for your time also. God Bless You, Lauren
|Dean Hirst||RE: Caverhill/Moore/Black|
Yes, thanks. I sent you a response two days ago. Great pictures. DEan
Thanks so much for the Caverhill photos, they are excellent. I appreciate the time you took to do this for me. Dean
|Dean Hirst||Ellen V|
|John Glassford||Hi Again!|
Sorry I just read your first SAC and see you like graveyards. I do lecturing and old graveyard tours every year in the Andovers (Mass.) for the Historical Societies. I am doing 2 graveyard tours this year, one in my town of Andover (Spring Grove Cemetery 1800's -to-current) week of Halloween, and the other at North Andover (Old Burying Ground from 1600's) on Oct. 4th. If you'd be interested in attending either one of these of let me know. I am also giving two more lectures, the one on October 1st is at the Andover Historical Society and is on gravestone symbolism and a second lecture on Victirian Era Death and Dying (oddities surrounding it, etc.) in November at North Andover Hist Society.
|John Glassford||Hi Again|
I had my friend Eileen Dodge look into this issue and here is what she said regarding Elvira Eames Buck # 68334606.
On her birth record in Wilmington her name is listed as Eloives Eames, daughter of Joab born 26 Sept 1806. On her intent AND marriage record to Joab Buck her name is listed as Elvira Ames.
Marriage intention in New Bedford on 2 April 1831
Marriage in Groton on 26 Apr 1831.
So Elvira Eames, Eloives Eames, Elvira Ames!!!
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