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Now will I praise those godly|
men, our ancestors,each in
his time: The abounding glory
of the Most High's portion,
his own part, since the days
of old. Subduers of the land
in kingly fashion, men of
renown for their might. Or
counselors in their prudence,or seers of all
things in prophesy; Resolute princes of the
folk, and governors with their slaves; Authors skilled in composition, and forgers of epigrams with their spikes; Composers of melodious psalms. or discoursers on lyric themes; Stalwart men, solidly established and at peace in their own estates -- All these were glorious in their time,
each illustrious in his day. Some of them have left behind a name and men recount their praiseworthy deeds.
But of others there is no memory,
for when they ceased, they ceased.
And they are as though they had not lived,
they and their children after them.
Yet these also were godly men whose virtues
have not been forgotten;
Their wealth remains in their families,
their heritage with their descendants;
Through God's covenant with them their
family endures, their posterity for their sake.
And for all time their progeny will endure,
their glory will never be blotted out;
Their bodies are peacefully laid away,
but their name lives on and on.
At gatherings their wisdom is retold, and the
assembly proclaims their praise.
Sirach 44, 1-15
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|Fran Chancellor||Luke Hitchcock|
EARLY VITAL RECORDS OF MA
Moses, s. Luke and Elisabeth, Feb. 22, 1711/12.
Bk. 1, p. 100
|Gretchen Mills Maresco||Johannes Jost Keller|
I have found your memorials for Jost and his wife in the Claverack Church cemetery. Are there stones for these folks or did you get the information from a transcription? If so, whose transcription? I am researching for a woman who wants to join Daughters of the American Revolution, using Jost as her patriot ancestor.
|Jack Parker||James Parker|
Trying to send you an email, Verizon is rejecting your address.
|Wendy Kelly||Ebenezer and Prudence (Carter ) Carpenter|
Dear Mr. Parker,
If you would like to assign me Ebenezer Carpenter and his wife Prudence Carter Carpenter that are buried in Nye Cemetery in Roxbury, NH I would appreciate at. They are my direct ancestors. I plan to mark Ebenezer Carpenter and his wife Prudence Carter Carpenters graves this summer with the DAR.
I have been back to visit the past five years when I attend the Cathedral of the Pines with the DAR and place American Flags at their headstones.
Thank you for all your hard work placing information on findagrave.com for others so we may find our ancestors.
Wendy L. Kelly
National Southwest Division Vice Chairman Volunteer Genealogist, NSDAR
702-260-1124 in LV, NV
|Richard Hitchcock||Luke Hitchcock|
According to the Findagrave web site you created a grave memorial for Luke Hitchcock #54526863. I am a descendant of Mr. Hitchcock and would like to know more information about him. Is there a grave marker for Mr. Hitchcock and Could I get a picture of it? Is his remains still in that cemetery in Westerfield or has it been remove?
Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
|Donna Hasbrouck||Elizabeth Rogers Drake 55491770|
I'm going to email you TAG Vol 65 (1990)_pp 87-88 showing evidence that John Drake of Windsor was not the same John of Ashe, Devon, nor was Elizabeth
Also, Great Migration Newsletter, Vol 12, pg 26 showing evidence John of Windsor did not reside in Dorchester.
|Mr. Shirl Ferre||Elizabeth Cummings 54070057|
Please refer to the previous message from Cheryl Bills regarding your memorial for Elizabeth Cummings #54070057. After many years of research I also request that you remove the Cummings surname and the Cummings parents for Elizabeth. Many researchers have disproved that this Elizabeth married our John Harmon. According to the source of Heritage Consulting. Millennium File [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2003, the accurate name should be Elizabeth SOUTHWELL (1619 - 1699). Please consider this suggestion. Thank you, Shirl email@example.com
|Cheryl Bills||Elizabeth Harmon|
Created by: John Parker
Record added: Jun 24, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54070057
This Elizabeth is NOT a daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Cummings. It has been conclusively proven that the cummings Elizabeth did marry a John Harmon, but not the Springfield, John. Please correct your memorial by removing the Cummings maiden name and the names of parents.
Unfortunately, we do not know her maiden name or parents, just know for sure she is not the Elizabeth Cummings of Maine.
See familysearch.org for person ID LVHB-NXB and Anc3estry.com http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/904829/person/-2029834502
Thank you! cherylbills at gmail
i hope you don't mind i copied a pic of all alberta sisson , thanks , she was my great aunt , i am the daughter of earl aaron scott, my g-mother was amanda sisson scott , if you need any info or pics please do not hesitate to contact me , susan scott-kyle , e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org . i am also a contributor on find a grave , thanks
|Virginia Bush Murphey||Elizabeth Lobdell|
Can you tell me where you got the birth year of 1658 for Elizabeth Lobdell? In "Descendants of Henry Burt," it gives the year of marriage to Jonathan Burt as 1651 and the first child was born in 1652.
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