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My new angel MacKenzie.|
Researching family history -
Mother's Family names -
MURPHY - County Waterford, Ireland, Waltham and Newton, MA
ALLIE - New Hampshire, Fall River, Waltham and Newton, MA
GORGONE - Sicily, Italy, Newton, MA
DiMURO - Sicily,Italy
Astone, Cetrone, LaRosee, McGovern, Cerra, Bolduc
Father's Family names -
GOODWIN - Nova Scotia, Canada, Boston, MA
DAVIS - Winchester, MA, Woburn, MA
Lambert, Snow, Downey, Mann, Stanton
Ireland, Germany and United Kingdom Contributions- While visiting Europe I took photographs in numerous cemeteries which I have uploaded here. I have no further information for these memorials other than what appears on the stones (some of which are unreadable in some areas), nor are any of these part of my family. I would be happy to transfer these memorials to family members.
My graving buddy and my angel Baxter and my sweet pea MacKenzie.Special thanks to the wonderful members that visit their pages and have left tokens, it means the world to me that they are remembered by all of you.
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|Sandra Lennox||Eliza Goodwin|
Thank you for the information on Eliza
Goodwin. Most of my memorials are from
the local cemeteries near me: Burial Hill,
Chiltonville, some in Oak Grove, etc.
I have found quite often two gravestones
for the same person in two different
cemeteries. I especially find this when a
wife dies and the husband remarries and
is buried in a different cemetery along
with his new wife and family. It seems to
me the previous wife is mentioned on the
gravestone, or has a gravestone. It is
hard to say if they actually moved her
place of interment.
Burial records were not kept back then.
Bradford Kingman did transcribe Eliza's
gravestone on Burial Hill in the late
1800's, so I do think even though her
gravestone was not found in the 1990's
she may very well be buried there.
Many of the gravestones found in the
late 1800's were not found in the
1990's. I still put memorials in for the
missing gravestones because they are
documented as being buried there.
When I come across this situation I usually
do a hyperlink from one memorial to the
other. I just say "Eliza also has a memorial
at Burial Hill". We don't know if
she was moved or just got a gravestone at
Oak Grove to show her as 1st wife of
A. G. Goodwin.
If you want to do a hyperlink let me know and I'll do one back. Then you can toggle back and forth amongst her memorials.
What do you think?
|john gibney||RE: Murphy's at St. Joseph's, Lynn|
More than happy to help. John
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Burbank Sites--Plymouth|
Thanks so much for the beautiful photos on the Burbank sites in Plymouth. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing their graves. Also, thanks for your recent edits which were approved. Richard.
Thank you very much for adding photos to
my memorials for Samuel & Rebecca Doten,
Oak Grove Cemetery, Plymouth.
|Allison Ferris Pierce||Dennis Keefe|
Date added - thank you!
|Barbara Lamb||Ohlsdorfer Friedhof|
Thank you for adding the photo of the main gate to the Ohlsdorfer Friedhof cemetery in Hamburg, Germany to five of my Von Pein memorials. You gave me instructions on a photo request report how to contact the cemetery for plot information. I contacted them via email but that was many months ago and they have not contacted me back. I don't think I will ever see photos of their graves, but it is very special to look at the main gates photo and know they are behind those gates somewhere....
|Amy ||Capt. David Morse #97979390.|
Capt. David Morse and Sarah Dyer had nine children
Hannahb. 18 February 1720, Sherborn, MA
Peltiah b.1 November 1722, Sherborn, MA
William b.17 May 1732 Natick, MA
Sarah b. 22 October 1734, Natick, MA
David b. 16 February 1737, Natick, MA
Major Joseph b. 1 January 1740, Natick, MA
Benjamin b. 4 January 1742, Natick, MA
Susannah b. 14 December 1748, Natick, MA
Could you please connect David and Sarah to their children, William Find A Grave 97979389, Joseph Find A Grave 97979383, Susannah Find A Grave 97979388, and Bejamin.
Added by Amy on Apr 04, 2014 6:35 PM
|Kathlene Bradford-Marks||Mary Dubay|
Thank you so much for the time you took to photograph Mary Dubay's site. We really appreciate it. :o)
|SusanG||Re: Frances Gibson|
Thank you so much for the transfer. It is very much appreciated. Have a great day.
Added by SusanG on Mar 23, 2014 10:45 AM
Thanks much for filling my photo request!
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