|Jeff Zinsli (#46827392)|
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|I became interested in tracing my family roots around Thanksgiving, 2004, when I found a handwritten family history (authored by my maternal grandmother) in my parents attic. I've been hooked ever since. My wife (Heidi) has since also become an addict. We are both related to early settlers of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island.|
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|Alan Lathrop||RE: Johnson Vermont|
OK Jeff, I have transferred those to your care. There are a lot more Johnsons in that cemetery if you want any or all of them transferred just let me know. I hope your new book helps to get the family straightened out.
The person who added the second memorial for him is wrong, this family is NOT in Lake Nelson, Lake Nelson is a new cemetery and does NOT have a section transferred from Evergreen. However I will also tell you that nobody in their right mind would go into Evergreen anymore, rapists, thugs, vandalism, drug users and sellers.
Added by Kat on Oct 01, 2013 3:33 PM
I've updated my memorial and transf it to you .. you can now delete the dupe
Added by KBrownst on Sep 23, 2013 5:00 AM
|kanddjaq||RE: Esther (Bardwell) Child|
Esther Child's stone is badly damaged and very difficult to read. I've updated the caption for as much as we could make out. We assume the husband's name on her stone is Isaac Child, but his first name was not readable. In fact, everything under the name Child is buried, including the dates which are not visible.
Sorry we couldn't give you more information.
Added by kanddjaq on Sep 02, 2013 7:40 PM
|paths2present||Minnie Hallack Blayney|
Links to her parents made. Thanks for the additional dates--I do appreciate it. Good luck with your research!
|Lisa Gerald||Welch family at West Aurora|
Jeff, thanks so much for the additional info & corrections! It's very much appreciated. Do you happen to have anything more on Henry Welch, Jr.? There is another similar stone behind Ada's, but I can't read any inscription. I entered it as "Unknown Welch."
|Greg Volk||RE: Eunice Williams Gallup|
Gallup Genealogy probably took the date from the original Stonington Town records. The date seems to be uncontroversial on the internet. I'm becoming a big fan of FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/), because it's just one database, not one for every genealogist. The price we must pay is merging all the duplicates without merging different people into the same record. (Yes, this has happened, but I think in the long run it will all get cleaned up.) Her ID is LC5W-85G.
|I Remember When||Edith Smith|
Thank you for sending the information for Edith Fales Smith. I located her father Edward Lippett Fales in a Minnesota Cemetery. I found I had her mother Anna listed in Park Cemetery buried near her. They are all linked now.
|Barbara McCully||Nathan Chapman|
I have just seen your photo of Nathan Chapmans' stone. He is an ancester of my husbands. Thank You for the wonderful job you did on the picture and for transcribing all the text! Best regards-Barb McCully
|Doug Woodhouse||Stephen Weld|
I've been trying to fulfill as many photo requests as I can for Forest Hills Cemetery, since it is practically in my backyard, but the cemetery office will only look up the plot location of two names for free, charging a prohibitively high fee of $15 for every two names after the first two. I do know, however, that by calling the Forest Hills Cemetery office during business hours (617.524.0128) or send them an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) other people have been able to get the plot locations for free. If you find out the plot location, I'll be happy to photograph the headstone for you the next time I'm there. If you edit your photo request with this information other photo volunteers will be able to access it as well. Finding out what Path or Avenue they're on would be most helpful.
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