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|I will gladly transfer a memorial to you if the person you are requesting is a family member within the stated four generations. I also welcome corrections and additional information. I ask, however, that these be sent through the link at the top of the memorial page that states other information. I like being able to view the memorial while editing. Please provide source information for information that is not on the stone. This helps reduce emails regarding where the information came from (especially if it conflicts with someone elses) and helps fellow researchers follow the clues. It is also much easier to fix things when I get the information that way, as I get a direct link to the memorial. Thank you for understanding.|
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|Rita Seery Davis||Kevin John Flannery|
Could you please fix Kevin's DOB to read Sep. 1, 1999. Thanks so much!
|Mary Simonelli||RE: Great-grandparents|
Yes, it would be great to time-travel and ask the questions we were too young to think of (or care about) then. I have six tintypes from my father's family, and only a tentative idea on who two of them are. (The other four are children, so I will never know.) Wish I could talk now to my Great-Grandma Carrie Townsend and ask her if I am right about the one I think is her parents. Isn't hindsight great? Carrie was born in 1874, the baby of a large family, and she passed away in 1972, when I was a teenager.
Let me know if you come my way. The offer holds to accompany you to your 2nd great grandpa's grave. I am away next week, but in town September 7th through September 14th, and again October 9th through November 9th. (I travel a lot...) Mary
I was blessed to have one great-grandma who I got to know well. She lived until I was 17, and she was almost 98. Now I wish I could go back and ask her all those questions I was too young to think about at the time. Mary
|Mary Simonelli||RE: Peter Warren Photo|
Please shoot me a note when / if you plan to come. I retired a year ago from teaching, so I have a lot of flexibility in time, and I could meet you there, assuming my husband and I are not out somewhere traversing the world. I would love to meet you and show you to the important grave with which you are now re-connected. I am so glad I could help you.
At this point, our only fall trip planned is in early November, to Havana, Cuba.
Also, what is your first name? It is easier to talk when you have a name.
With regards, Mary
|Mary Simonelli||RE: Peter Warren Photo|
Hi! I found Peter's grave near the middle of the Old Methodist Cemetery, which in adjacent to, but much smaller (and mostly older) that the St. Lawrence O'Toole Cemetery. The Methodist portion is near Route 202, in the front corner. As I recollect, Peter was near to William Henwood, who I was also looking for as a photo request, and not too far from the large Strang monument.
Are you related to Peter?
If you live in the area, I am willing to meet you at the cemetery sometime, if you cannot find the grave. I live in Brewster, NY.
|KFWalsh||Harold T. Johnson (Buried in Norwalk, CT)|
Thank you so very much for adding the final resting place of my grandfather to the site. I have submitted some updated information, provided to me by my mother who is in possession of many of his personal papers and pictures.
We will comb through more of what we have and update again.
Added by KFWalsh on Jul 08, 2015 8:46 PM
|Gary Boughton||Bouton update|
Thanks for the Bouton update!
I have sent an e-mail to the Cemetery Commission, but haven't heard back yet. The Union Cemetery I am referring to is in Charlton, Ma. It's in Worcester county. Not sure what you reference to Norwalk is. Charlton seems to have several people listed as buried in both Union and Barefoot. Regarding Jacob Miller 1787-1817, it would seem the Barefoot burial would be the correct one, as he owned the property and family is buried there. Upon his death, his wife, became owner. Would make sense that she would bury him there, but I don't like to assume anything. If I hear back from them I will let you know.
Added by Theresa on Feb 10, 2015 11:59 AM
|Joe Chester||Slauson & Selleck @ Riverside/Norwalk|
Thank you very much for applying the edits and helping to better link these families.
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I have sent an e-mail to the Cemetery Superintendent in hopes of solving this mystery. It could be that many of these bodies were relocated, but I can find no mention of it anywhere. FYI, Union was established in 1856, I believe I had told you it was 1869.
Added by Theresa on Jan 08, 2015 6:04 PM
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