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Caryn (#47509429)
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Bio Photo Direct descendant of Mayflower Pilgrims:

John Howland
Elizabeth Tilley
John Tilley
Joan Hurst
Richard Warren
Francis Cooke
William Brewster
Mary Brewster
Edward Fuller
John Alden
Priscilla Mullins
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Cathy Bowers
RE: Beatrice Corriea
Thanks so much Caryn!
Added by Cathy Bowers on Jun 13, 2016 7:26 PM
Cathy Bowers
Beatrice Corriea
Beatrice was my grandmother and I would like to locate her grave. I did visit the Nantasket cemetery in Fairhaven briefly but was unable to locate her grave. Would you have any memory as to where it was located? Also would be interested to know if you had any special interest in my grandmother?? History??

Thanks for posting her grave!,

Cathy Bowers
Added by Cathy Bowers on Jun 13, 2016 1:05 PM
David Schmidt
Gage Family
I would like to know if you are a descendant of Zenas Gage, as he is my 3th Great Grandfather. Would you turn over maintained of his memorial to me should he not be a descendant of yours?
His memorial numbers is 134143043.

Thank you
DPMS
Added by David Schmidt on Jun 12, 2016 6:25 AM
Ellen
Francis Bowles Followup
Caryn,
We walked straight to the stone, thanks to your directions (once we found the entrance to the cemetery through the church parking lot, that is). Unfortunately the stone was covered in sticky debris from the budding trees and we had nothing to clean it, so will have to return to take the photo we want, but any excuse to make a trip to the Cape!
Thanks again,
Ellen
Added by Ellen on May 22, 2016 4:18 AM
Sarah D
Yup- were in wrong cemetery
Hi Caryn,

You were right about Joshua and Olive Robbins being in the wrong cemetery in Harwich. I'd walked from one cem. to the other. All fixed!

Thanks,
Sarah
Added by Sarah D on May 18, 2016 3:11 PM
Ellen
Bowles' stones in Cobb's Hill Cemetery.
Caryn,

Thanks SO much for the directions to the Bowles' memorials. We plan to pay our respects this weekend. We are coming to a symposium and will be close by.

Best,
Ellen
Added by Ellen on May 16, 2016 6:26 PM
caryn reilly
Bourne family
Thank you for the bio on Richard Bourne and for the photos of markers in the old cemetery in Sandwich that include those of my ancestors. I am a descendant of Richard Bourne and find it most interesting two people with similar interests share the same uncommon name!
Caryn Reilly
Added by caryn reilly on May 13, 2016 6:58 AM
Bonnie Miller
RE: Lucy Emma Harris #158813248
oops, sorry - thanks for letting me know :)
Added by Bonnie Miller on May 11, 2016 7:37 AM
Bonnie Miller
Lucy Emma Harris #158813248
I sell identified antique photos in my eBay store. I'm currently researching the subjects in an 1860s photo album that belonged to descendants of Ella Lothrop and Everett Harris. I always look for a memorial at findagrave.com and found one for John Clinton Harris. Lucy Emma Harris is on the same stone, and I found an 1889 Massachusetts marriage record for J Clinton Harris and L. Emmma Houghton. Then found a 1910 Census record for J Clinton Harris, with wife Lena and daughters Ursel and Carmen. Since you declined my edit to connect J Clinton and Lucy Emma as husband and wife, I guess 'Lena' wasn't incorrect in the census record, as I assumed. Can you please explain the relationships? I want to get it right in my description :)
Added by Bonnie Miller on May 11, 2016 5:42 AM
Melinda
RE: Sarah Snow Waterman, Mem #20902262
Caryn,

Thank you so much for your willingness to share your photos with me. As I said before, they really are lovely. You have a great talent, and now that I know your relationship with her, I'm sure they were taken with love as well. That always makes for a good pic, too.

I used the one of her headstone as the profile picture, and it looks very nice. The other picture of it just was not appropriate for that purpose, but yours absolutely is, and I'm definitely happy with it.

Melinda
Added by Melinda on May 01, 2016 4:53 AM
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