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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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|Dale & Patti||Memorial # 75943577|
Frances Carver's memorial also has the Towers photo on it which is incorrect. Please remove.
|Dale & Patti||Memoial # 75943581|
On Lydia Carver's memorial you have added a photo of a Towers Monument. Please remove this photo. I have added the correct one.
|carol white||Memorial# 112542679|
George Bell died 1845. You supposed him to be the son of George and Margaret yeaton Bell. I'm excited about that possibility as I'm researching the parents who came from New Castle, NH. Is the relationship just a guess on your part or do you have some slight proof that it might be true? Anything more you might have on this relationship would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.
|Diane ||Paul Johnson 1786-1856|
Find A Grave Memorial# 114048841
The question at the bottom of the page asks the relationship between Silas T. Johnson and Paul. He was the son of Paul and Keziah born 3 June 1808 in Eastport, Maine, married Joanna Murphy 1830 in Eastport, and died 7 July 1854 in Eastport.
Added by Diane on Mar 29, 2015 8:54 AM
|R Moore||RE: Hillside Cemetery in Eastport|
Thanks Susan. Although we try not to, duplicates happen on occasion to everyone.
Added by R Moore on Mar 15, 2015 1:00 PM
|Jason N. Gaudet||St. Stephen & Milltown Cemeteries|
Hi Susan, Many thanks for your entries regarding the Milltown Roman Catholic Cemetery and the St. Stephen Rural Cemetery. I am now added enteries into my database for St. Stephen Rural... this one will take a while, no doubt! Thanks again cousin!
|Renee Boudreau||Margaret Bell Higgins #112211642|
Just wanted to say hello and say a big thank you for making a findagrave for my 4th Great Grandmother Margarette/Margaret. I come from her son Nathan Augustus Higgins who went up to St. John, NB, CAN, through his son, Nathan A. Higgins JR who came down to Cambridge, MA, through his son Samuel Nathaniel Higgins, through his son Joseph Frederick Higgins, through my Mom :) If you are a Higgins relation, great to connect with you cousin :)
|Marian Woodman Flaherty||Woodman edits|
Thank you Susan for my edit requests. I appreciate your promptness. Stay warm. Marian
|Brian Hurlburt||Family of James Thompson and Jane Hurlburt|
First let me say Thank You!
You've done a great deal of work on
James Thompson (1817-1873) and Jane Hurlburt (1819-1899) Find A Grave Memorial#'s 97201613 & 97201787
I'm working to trace the Descendants of Titus & Sarah (Leonard) Hurlburt and all their Descendants. a project which now spans nearly 25 years of research. Jane Hurlburt (97201787) was their Grand Daughter.
I have a lot of info, and was glad to see how closely our work aligns. If You'd like to share additional info, I do have the two daughters not listed, Laura and Jinny, and some other dates, etc.
Hi, Susan. Just a note. John Towers, husband of Martha Grimmer Thomas Towers, was the son of Loyalist, William Towers. You may email me if you are interested in a little more information @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Caren on Dec 28, 2014 10:00 AM
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