|Scott Leonard (#47229103)|
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San Francisco-based Genealogist doing extensive research on the following lines in New England:|
-Leonard (Portraine Ireland to Portland Maine)
-Fuller (Mayflower to Lowell, Mass and Maine)
-Petersen (Aalborg and Copenhagen Denmark to Westbrook Maine)
-Morgan (Waldo County Maine and Rutland Vermont)
-Mortensen (Svendborg Denmark to Berlin, New Hampshire)
-Clark/Clarke (Jamestown Settlement to East Haddam, Connecticut and Maine)
-Tooker (Lyme Connecticut)
-Temm/Timm (Hamburg Germany to Scarboro Maine)
-Morrill (Sandwich & Tuftonboro NH & Berwick & Portland Maine)
-Jameson (Rockland, Friendship, Thomaston, Maine)
-Murch (Rockland, Gorham, Bangor, Hampden Maine)
-Holland (Germany to Jay & Hampden Maine)
-Osborn (East Hampton New York to Fairfield and Winslow Maine)
-Brownrigg (Nova Scotia to Portland Maine)
-Harvey (Nottingham New Hampshire to Atkinson Maine)
-Bell (Nova Scotia to Jay and Dover Maine)
-Holmes (Plymouth Massachusetts to Winterport Maine)
-Bean (Scotland to Exeter NH and Carroll County NH)
-McLellan (Ulster Ireland to Portland Maine)
-Howlett (Portraine Ireland)
-Wyman, Chick, Burrill, Sibley (Central Maine)
-Martin, Hall, Lord, Mather, Harvey, Phelps, Peck, Coult, Tiffany, Brainerd, Warner, Dart, Rathbone, Beckwith, Seldin, Chapman (Central Connecticut)
-Hadlock and Harvey (Rockingham, NH)
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|Anna Jaech||Ross Transfers|
In entering the Ross memorials you helped me more than you know. The family was enormously wealthy, ship builders and ship merchants operating from Portland ME. When gold was discovered at Sutter's Mill they moved at once to Sacramento lock, stock & barrel & never returned to Maine. I didn't know this until you located & entered their graves! Their California saga would have been lost on me. It has been easy to uncover their story. And now, thanks for the transfers.
|Lorna Young Fanjoy||Bell Reunion|
We spoke years ago about the Bell Family of Dover, Maine. Please contact me at email@example.com Thanks Lorna Fanjoy
I descend from Alexander Ross & Racilla Dingley of Waterville Maine. Racilla's father was Nathaniel Barker Dingley. Her son, Nathaniel Nathaniel Barker Ross, conducted an enormous shipping business using ports in Brooklyn, Philadelphia & Chicago where he had warehouses on land where today stands the Chicago Art Institute - at the conjoining of the Chicago River & Lake Michigan. His Chicago operation was destroyed by the Great Chicago Fire. He turned to silver mining in Prescott, AZ as his father had turned to gold mining in Sacramento soon after Sutter found gold there.
Do you know about these families by chance, or are you studying them? If you are only casually interested, I promise I am spending my days learning from archival sources & would like to use Find A Grave as my forum. All thoughts are appreciated. For transfers, if you wish, I am #47861515.
Thanks so much for the prompt edits. Took a while to discover birth and death places, but finally located death record. No luck on obituary.
|chuck cummins||re: Sadie Mosher|
We've left your note with the memorial. Find a Grave has marriages set by dates of death.
|Andy Reed||Shannons and Wiggins in N.H.|
Hi, Just wanted to let you know I've offered many edits (actuallyaddition) to the memorials you recently (last Dec.) to Find-A-Grave. They are all connected to my wife's great grandmother Lena Gertrude (Shannon) Osborne Ridlon (Ridlon being her 2nd marriage.
|looking for Octave Nadeau||Philomene Lepage Nadeau and Thomas Nadeau|
Saw that you added a photo for Philomene Lepage Nadeau, whose grave marker you also photographed in St. Hyacinth Cemetery, in Westbrook Maine.
I am very interested in this family, as I believe my great-grandfather was a brother to this Thomas Nadeau, Philomene's husband.
do you have a personal or professional link to his couple? where did you find the photo?
Please let me know if you might be able to help me continue to follow my hunch!
Thanks for posting on Findagrave!
|Stone Finders||William McLaughlin|
Find a grave have it the FAQ's not to add links to other web sites. I think I can just put it on so it is not a link.
|Lisa Clark||William Chases x2|
Thank you Scott. All we can do is supply the data for them. Best Regards.
I am heading out to Edgerly/Blake today to get photos to add to your terrific memorials - I intended to document this cemetery all Summer and never got there to finish it - I was happily surprised to see the work you have done there! Now I get to do the fun part after you did all of the tedious work! Thank you!
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