|Barbara A Beaman (#47400527)|
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She is the daughter of Gamaliel S. Beaman and Augusta Keyes Beaman. do you know if there is a cemetery stone for either Mary or her mother Augusta. I assume they are buried in the North Cemetery from Augusta's death certificate abstraction that I have. Are you part of the family? Gamaliel and Augusta are my Great Grandparents.
Thanks for any information you can share,
Stephanie Beaman Reidinger
Added by sr on Oct 30, 2013 6:25 PM
I have a copy of the Lot Card showing everyone who was buried in the lot with death dates and occasionally other notes. If you are interested, you can send me your email and I will forward to you.
Added by Lori on Sep 27, 2013 11:13 AM
|Merrith Sabo-Jones||RE: Parker Graves|
You so graciously responded to my earlier email about the Parkers (my heritage traces through to Deacon Thomas Parker) and told me your tree name but, I am not sure how to find your tree in Ancestry.com - my tree is the Sabo-Jones Family Tree. How do we connect in Ancestry.com?
|Meldy||North Cemetery in Princeton, MA|
Thank you for all the great details. I am also more than happy to transfer memorials.
Added by Meldy on Aug 17, 2013 1:11 PM
|Cappy Fann||Priscilla Thornton Beaman|
Priscilla Thornton Beaman's father's name was Robert Thornton, b. 1624, London. Arrived in 1635 onboard the "Elizabeth." d. 1707, Taunton, Briston, Massachusetts.
Haven't discovered her mother's name as of yet. But her parents married 15 Sep 1657 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
She had three sisters, Abiel, Sarah, and Mary.
This information is from town records.
|Sharon G||Melinda grill Poppenhagen|
Thank you for the photo, it is greatly appreciated!!
Added by Sharon G on Jul 28, 2013 6:50 PM
|Merrith Sabo-Jones||Parker Graves|
I have seen several gravesites for the Parker family that were submitted by you. Am I correct in assuming that you may have the Parkers in your lineage? My grandfather was Eugene Louis Parker, and I trace back through to Deacon Ebeneezer Parker and back to Deacon Thomas Parker and earlier. I am on Ancestry.com and wondered if you wanted to share any information with me, and I could share with you?
|Chris Trainque||#105697158 L. Harrington|
according to the History of Westminster, Ma. 1728-1893
Lansford Harrington son of John & Abigail born Westminster Oct. 6, 1830, listed as farmer. Enl. Co G, 53rd Regt. on the quota of Gardner Oct. 17, 1862 for 9 mos. service; is supposed to have been at the seige of Port Hudson in the summer of 1863. Disch. Sept. 2d at exp. of service.
Is the birth date you have on his stone?
Hope this info helps.
I hope you enjoy the pictures of the Sistalas.
Very nice day in New York Mills with a beautiful drive through Minnesota lake country.
Thanks for the requests.
Added by DDM on Jul 03, 2013 6:17 PM
|Chase Mirick||North cemetery, Mirick road|
Hi there! My name is Chase Mirick and I came across your photos of north cemetery on Mirick road. Many of my ancestors are in there and I am very interested in finding out more. I would love to put the pieces back together. I was wondering you knew if where I could find information on them, like what they did for work and how they died. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much for your time.
Sincerely, Chase Mirick
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