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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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|Bob McLellan||Edna Bates|
Susan, thank you very much for both the photo and transfer of Edna Bates and allowing me to link her to her parents and husband.
|Kelli Ann (Copeland) Wilson||RE: Twomey stone in Milltown|
Thank you for creating this memorial. Maurice Twomey is my 4th great-uncle and I visited the Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery last week while we were on vacation in Lubec, Maine. It's such an interesting cemetery - almost like a forest! We never would have found Maurice's grave marker without your photo of its location. I am pretty sure my 4th-great grandfather Patrick Twomey is also buried there, either with Maurice or in another location. I am descended from William, another of Patrick's sons. Thanks again for taking the time to make their memorials.
|Timothy Montgomery||Clark graves|
Thank you for transferring the ownership to me!!! I appreciate the work you've done and are doing. It's a great help to many people including myself!! Happy researching and posting!!
|Cara||RE: Patrick Finerty|
Thanks I'll try to find it online
Added by Cara on Jun 16, 2016 6:09 PM
|Fred Masterton||RE: Richard O'Leary in Eastport|
Thanks much for your reply and your research! I need to get up to Eastport once I am retired, which might be pretty soon if I continue to do genealogical research on company time. There are lots of stories associated with that branch of my family. One story is that Jeremiah and Richard's mother (the Richard born in 1812)was part of a royal family, but was disowned after she married their father, the coachman (can you say Downton Abbey?). The other story is that Richard was educated at Trinity College in Dublin, although nothing in his subsequent life in the United States indicates that he was college educated.
|Fred Masterton||Richard O'Leary in Eastport|
For the Richard O'Leary grave in Hillside Cemetery in Eastport, ME, I believe you have information on two different Richard O'Leary's. My information has it that Jeremiah O'Leary had both a son Richard who is the one listed on the grave marker plus a brother Richard, born in 1812 in Ireland, died 1897 in Eastport.
I cannot find any grave listing for Jeremiah's brother Richard in Eastport, although he is supposedly buried there in the "Catholic Cemetery". Have all the graves in the Eastport cemeteries been cataloged?
New London, PA
|meist||RE: rev turner and wife|
not yet, but i'm working on it.
Added by meist on May 26, 2016 9:10 PM
|meist||rev turner and wife|
hi susan, i think i have figured out who shares the marker with rev edward turner and rachel turner in robbinston ridge cemetery. i think it's rachel's maternal aunt, aseneth (bailey) hodgkins b: 13 aug 1799 in Albion, Kennebec, Maine. her husband was daniel hodgkins. i haven't found anything else yet, but i believe this is who is there. t~marie
Added by meist on May 26, 2016 12:36 PM
|Helen Currie||RE: Harry Smith/Helen Trafton|
Sorry about that after I sent it to you I realized you already had the same information I had. I was working on the line late last night burning the midnight oil.
Thank you so much for the photos! I will probably never get to see the grave markers in person, so am very happy you took the time to do this for me. Thanks!
Added by Rosalie on Mar 22, 2016 7:44 AM
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