|Spirit Baker (#47231875)|
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My name is Spirit Baker.
My maternal family is from England surname's Hall (Hull) and Doane (Doan)(Dunn) with Armstrong from North Ireland and Scotland. My paternal family is Eli Baker from NY and moved to CT in late 1800's and then my Grandpa, Norman Baker, moved to MA.
I gather a bit of info from FamilySearch and add it to the bios. If you see an error please let me know and I will promptly update.
Thank you and good luck with your searches.
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|goose||RE: Nellie Gurney Taylor|
Grant is her middle name... I am unable to locate months.
Added by goose on Aug 14, 2014 5:40 PM
|Sharon Lavash Hawkins||RE: Henry Horton Baker|
You're very welcome :)
|Gail||Mary W Richmond # 58496657|
Hi Spirit. I have been looking at some of the pic you added for the Richmond family and noticed the bio you added to this memorial. It refers to a memorial to a different location but the memorial number you put is the same number as the one I created so I am a little confused. Which cemetery is she located in?
Added by Gail on Jul 19, 2014 7:40 PM
|Ray Malenfant||Azel Chace Memorial|
You might add that he was married to Lois Ashley born in 1839 and died in 1927 and that her burial location is still being researched. Thanks for considering this.
|Ray Malenfant||Addition to Memorial #69664709|
Hi Spirit. please add the following to the memorial for Azel Chace.
By endorsement of the Mayflower Society, Lucy is a descendent of Thomas Rogers, a passenger on the 1620 voyage of the Mayflower from England to Plymouth.
This is the son of the memorial you graciously transferred to me, Abishai H Chace. I would pleased to accept this memorial also if you are willing. He is a direct descendant of my wife.
Hi Spirit, Thank you for the updates for the two Richmond's in the old Richmond cemetery. I am on vacation with limited access to the Internet. I will update them next week. Thank you for adding all the pictures as well. I had photographed that cemetery two years ago but I removed them because I had used shaving cream on them and then discovered I should not have done that.
Added by Gail on Jul 17, 2014 6:58 AM
|Lynn Feingold||Richmond edits|
Thanks so much for the edits to the Richmond memorials. I've been up to my eyeballs for the past couple of years working on a Civil War genealogy project for my town, and I hope now to get back to doing more detailed work on my Findagrave memorials. I appreciate the help!
Are you a Richmond descendent? - Lynn
|Ruthe Taber||Chadwick Gravestones|
Thank you Spirit Baker for finding and photographing four Chadwick gravestones for me. Your effort is very much appreciated by me. I will share with my cousins who, with me, are learning about our grandparents.
Did you search for your relative's memorial by name and not by number? I'm sure I've seen some memorials disappear, also. Find a Grave added one memorial 10 times, and it added one of mine 3 times and did the same to some other contributors. I had one case where I couldn't retrieve the memorial by name OR memorial number, and the only way I could reach it was through the link in ancestry.com. Find a Grave can be really quirky sometimes.
|ASB||John E Baker 117554798|
Have you got a source for the birth and death information in your update? Thanks
Added by ASB on May 05, 2014 4:45 AM
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