Good morning, I am wondering if you might have a headstone photo for Mary A Gilbert Osborn? The photo that is attached to her memorial is not her's but her daughter, Rosa. I asked the person who created the memorial if he had one, however, he doesn't know and said to ask you. Not sure why he put her daughter's photo as Mary's. Thank you so much for your help. It's very much appreciated.
|2csh||RE: Elizabeth Rogers 117238864|
Thanks. Would you mind sharing the Foster book entries? I hope that the connection is right. The question is whether the Elizabeth Rogers who married Moses Foster is the same person who was the Mayflower Elizabeth Rogers. There were a few people named Elizabeth Rogers around Massachusetts back then. You can use =my regular e-mail if you want.
Added by 2csh on Sep 19, 2016 2:54 PM
|2csh||Elizabeth Rogers 117238864|
You posted a Find-A-Grave for Elizabeth Rogers (1698-1729) with her parents as Eleazer Rogers and Rummahah Willis (Find A Grave # 117238864). The parents are Mayflower descendants. How sure are you about this? Mayflower Society does not recognize the connection and her birthplace of Boxford is north of Boston, not so close to the Plymouth area where her parents lived. Hope it is the case, but have doubts.....
Added by 2csh on Sep 19, 2016 12:25 PM
Photo of headstone you posted for this memorial does not match. Thanks
Added by Don on Sep 02, 2016 5:14 PM
|Mizzizzippy💞||RE: Kent Family|
No I am not related to the Kent family.
|Leo J. Offerman||Andrew Miller|
Hello, Just wondering if you are familiar with other Millers !!! Thanks Leo Offerman
|Brady Blede||RE: Elsie Blede|
Thank you so much for your info. If you could transfer Elsie to me that would be great, as she was my great, great grandmother. If you have any other members of the Blede family, you could transfer them to me as well, but if not no big deal. Thanks again.
|Becky Wolary||Jackson Marker|
Thank you for posting the headstone picture of Thomas Carlyle Jackson and his wife Mary S.
|Deborah Gowen||Lois Blanche Ryman|
Helping those who live so far away from their deceased loved ones is not only a selfless act of kindness on your part, it is a cherished and priceless gift that you give to us. Your time and effort are much appreciated; you're an asset to this web site!
|Lloyd Donahoo||Joseph & Jenny Hickman|
Thank you very much for taking the cemetery marker photo. This helps a great deal when tracing family through the generations. I have also taken a great many cemetery marker photo's and find it very rewarding to relatives of those past.
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