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Kaija (#47931317)
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Denise
Cyrus Stockwell
Just wanted to thank you for taking the time and getting the photo for Cyrus Stockwell over at the Mount Hope Cemetery in Acton. Thank you again. Denise.
Added by Denise on Aug 28, 2014 3:17 PM
SmithPM
RE: Charles M Kimball
Thanks, I have added your gravestone photo to the three new entries. I also found an obituary for Seneca P. Hayes, which confirms that he was buried at Concord.
Added by SmithPM on May 28, 2014 2:07 AM
SmithPM
RE: Charles M Kimball
Thanks, I took a chance and added them to this cemetery. Would it be possible to add the photo of the gravestone to the three new records?
Peter Smith
Added by SmithPM on May 27, 2014 1:00 AM
SmithPM
Charles M Kimball
The picture of the gravestone for Charles M Kimball (#98948470) shows three other names: his wife Adaline and her parents. I assume they were buried there as well? If so, I would be happy to add them (I have been looking into this family, especially the history of a sister of Adaline, Anjie, born 1856.)
Peter Smith
Added by SmithPM on May 26, 2014 1:37 PM
Darrell B Guay
RE: Thompson Bacon, Jr
thankyou for that info, the name shawshee Cemetery sounds like a Indian name, were a lot of them of Indian desent, or it is just a coincidence that it sounds like that
Added by Darrell B Guay on Jan 08, 2014 11:42 AM
Darrell B Guay
RE: Re: Bacons
If there is no possible stone. I wonder if he might of been a veteran and either in a veterans cemetery or another cemetery, or just un-marked like you said, I have been into a lot of the Bacon,s as of late, finally cracked a few and it opened a lot of doors for a lot of others, one was a Jennie M Bacon, her parents were a Orlando Bacon and Alice Coon Bacon, I always thought she was a daughter of my great grandfather Henry Augustus, but was a niece on a census, finding the parents names was a looking but found who they were, but not what happened to them or where they died and buried, he was a druggist, so it makes sense in those days they travel, it went with the profession, that's why Jenny stayed with Henry Bacon, I think, if you can help find where the parents died or buried, that would be nice, also getting finally on some clues with good possibility with the relationship with General George Custis wife Lidia Bacon Custis, I saw on a paper she is related to the Bacon,s in Bedford, got a clue, now got to follow the trail- my e mail is punaa@metrocast.net
Added by Darrell B Guay on Dec 31, 2013 2:43 PM
Darrell B Guay
RE: Re: Bacons
I also noticed that with the records that I have seen, Thompson Bacom ESQ, was used on the father, now I know they were very a prominent family, a very well respected family with its first of a kind established womens and child shoe business, that was passed downed to many family members, with what I see, ESQ was used for this respect, and even with the family assets that I am not aware of or about to find out even more when more research is done, even finding out about some with in the family was on General George Washington,s military,s Staff, that in alone is of respect, very proud one at that. thankyou for you help
Added by Darrell B Guay on Dec 31, 2013 5:43 AM
Darrell B Guay
Reuben Bacon
I want to thank you for the picture on this tombstone, my grandfather's family all from Bedford, its very special how it was back then, and how the family tree came about. and really was a part of my learning from being on a military staff of George Washington, to coming over on the Mayflower. and its part of my genes, and proud of it thankyou.
Added by Darrell B Guay on Dec 30, 2013 8:05 PM
Darrell B Guay
RE: Re: Bacons
there is quite a few Thompson Bacon,s, but all in the family tree, at least the ones in Bedford, Mass. they have different fathers, but a lot have many with the same names, some died early in child hood, and had the same name put on them at a later date when they had another child, must of had a lot of love for the deceased child. And some of other generations also had them named the same also, If they have more then one, I would love all of them and I will sort them out with the records documents that I have been getting from town documents and church records, thankyou very much for anything you can take a snap shot of, all of this if from my mom,s side, her grandfather was a Henry Augustus Bacon, all of that generation came from Bedford,MA
Added by Darrell B Guay on Dec 30, 2013 6:31 AM
NCDave
PUffer pix
Thanks for the photo of my ancestors memorial

May I use it on my family tree on Ancestry.com?


Dave
GGS9 of George Puffer
Added by NCDave on Nov 07, 2012 6:11 PM
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