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SusanE (#47098878)
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I live in Eastport, Maine, but also add names from the Calais, Maine, Cemetery, Robbinston Ridge and Brewer Cemetary in Robbinston, Maine, Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery in N.B. and St. Stephen Rural Cemetery.
I started by adding my relatives, but now I'm happily addicted to bringing the dead to life on-line.
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Kimberly Robbins
RE: Hillside Cemetery, Eastport
I've reached out to Frances Morrison Raye on FB, but have gotten no response. I sent a message as well as a friend request. If you are already friends with her, maybe you can tell her I was trying to be in touch. Kimberly Smith Robbins, Charlottesville, VA

Thanks again!
Added by Kimberly Robbins on Sep 19, 2016 2:11 PM
SocalBee
Francois Ferland
Thank you for the beautiful photo!
Added by SocalBee on Sep 11, 2016 11:24 AM
Maureen Norman
RE: Chateau Richer
Thank you for showing me the photo. It's not likely that I'd take the trip to Chateau Richer unless I knew for certain there were indeed tombstones to see. However this GAGNON family of mine is old and the likelihood of tombstones or readable ones are a treasure if found. Thanks!
Added by Maureen Norman on Sep 08, 2016 10:35 AM
Maureen Norman
RE: Gagnons in Chateau-Richer
Thank you for your note!
Added by Maureen Norman on Sep 08, 2016 10:32 AM
Maureen Norman
RE: Gagnons in Chateau-Richer
Thank you.
Do you have any idea if the Gagnon ancestors have a place marker or tombstone?
Added by Maureen Norman on Sep 07, 2016 4:40 PM
Kimberly Robbins
Hillside Cemetery, Eastport
Hello, I'm hoping you might be able to help me. I had been working with a woman in the Eastport area that is now deceased. She was trying to help me locate my great-great grandfather who I believe is buried in Hillside. She had actually gone to City Hall, but could not find a record of him and said that perhaps he had been buried in someone else's grave with no new marker. She was going to do more research and then I did not hear from her again for obvious reasons.

My grandfather was Evan (or Eben) Bridges and he died in 1907. I've just discovered that his first wife (not my grandmother) is buried there. Her name was Mercy. I have a picture of her headstone and it mentions that she was the wife of Evan. I have not had the opportunity yet to see if any of their children are buried there. Is going to City Hall with this new information something that you can do? Or perhaps you know someone that could?

I am in Charlottesville, VA and it could be years, if ever, before I can go that far north! I'll be working right through my lunch break on the day of my funeral I'm afraid!

Any assistance or suggestions would be very much appreciated.
Added by Kimberly Robbins on Sep 07, 2016 11:48 AM
Patrick L. Cazneau
RE: Hannah Marks Brewer
You may contact me on my email listed on findagrave,. I will send you scans of the related pages of The April 1988 New England Register with info about Hannah Cazneau Brewer and her mother Hannah Hammock Cazneau. I have not researched the Marks family history yet. I have 2 other research projects.
Added by Patrick L. Cazneau on Sep 01, 2016 10:43 PM
Anita
Marie-Marthe Bourgouin
Thanks for the information!
Added by Anita on Sep 01, 2016 3:31 PM
Patrick L. Cazneau
RE: Hannah Marks Brewer
I have that same info also. The information on her grave site is still listing her child, middle name Cazneau. Her father Andrew Cazneau lawyer and Loyalist put her with her uncle William Palfrey when he was banished. Then William Palfrey was lost at sea. Maybe that is how she was raised by the Marks family.
Added by Patrick L. Cazneau on Sep 01, 2016 6:05 AM
ohSunnyOne
RE: ancestors in Saint-Jean, Ile d'Orleans
Thank you so much!
Added by ohSunnyOne on Aug 29, 2016 6:43 PM
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