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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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|Carolyn Russell||Calais Cemetery|
I was wondering if you knew the reason none of the pictures of tombstones for any Nash's you posted will not show up when I click on them to see a larger picture? Maybe I am doing something wrong.
|Marian Woodman Flaherty||Florence Woodman 1910-1929|
I'm writing to enquirer about the husband of Florence Woodman. I'm trying to determine her connection to the Woodman family. I have been unable to find any marriage record; only the coincidence of first name and a rough birth year of Florence Stone as indicated by the 1920 US census. I would like to know if she is related to my Woodman family. Do you have any further information?
Thank you kindly,
Marian Woodman Flaherty
|Wendy Kelly||Noonan of Calis ME|
Thank you for adding the information on John Noonan and his wife Catherine Noonan to Findagrave.
I believe that John Noonan may have been previously married to a Joanna in the 1850 Census where they had Mary b. 1839, Lawrence b 1842, Bridget b. 1844, John b. 1947 and my (GGGrandmother Margaret b. 1849. His first wife Joanna may had died in child birth.
We then find John married in the 1860 Census to a Catherin who is listed as 30. I know that this is not the same wife as Joanna in the 1850 Census was listed as 34 and would have been 44 if living in the 1860 census.
John s children from his previous marriage are all listed in the 1860 Census and he has two new children Anna/Annie 2, Ellen "Lizzie" 8/12.
In the 1887 Census we find John 57 and Catherine now 42 with only four children in the home Annie 12, Lizzie 10, James Henry 9, and Thomas 7.
Do you know anything about John Noonan's first wife Joanna who I descend from?
I will tell you their daughter Margaret Noonan married William Withington and lived in Canton, MA.
Thank you for imputing all this information on findagrave. I have been searching for my missing Noonan's for years. I do hope that I can find out more about this family.
Wendy L. Kelly
in LV, NV
|Jan robinson||Florence Hickey Kyle|
75572190 obit seems to be for her husband
|Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes||George Wallinford Chadbourne|
I'm writing you because I notice that all of Ichabod Rollins Chadbourne and Hannah (Lincoln) Chadbourne children are accounted for (tombstone/cemetery - wise) except for George Wallingford Chadbourne (born 2/19/1824; died 11/15/1871 in Perry, Washington County, Maine). I'm wondering if you are a Chadbourne relative and would be interested in finding his grave, as you live sort of near him. I assume he is buried somewhere in Perry, Washington County, Maine, but I don't know where. I would certainly understand if you don't want to take this "project" on, but I thought I'd ask. I live in Michigan, and have no plans to travel to Maine in the near future, so it is not possible for me to do this. I would certainly understand if you don't want to do this.
My notes indicate that his wife, Emma Porter (Cooper) Chadbourne, died in 1908 in Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas. I may be able to find something on her through a digitized newspaper service, like Newspaper Archives, the next time I go to a major library.
My notes also indicate that there is a tenth child that must have died young somewhere. I don't know where I got that information now - it's been at least 20 years, but I have an unnamed Chadbourne child in my notes. An it couldn't have come from the 1900 and 1910 census, since neither Ichabod nor Hannah was alive then. Just thought I'd mention this, in case you have any additional info on this mysterious child.
Well, I thought I'd ask. Thanks again for your contributions to Find-A-Grave.
|Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes||Chadbournes in Hillside Cemetery|
I will post the four additional Chadbournes in Hillside Cemetery that I mentioned to you in my earlier correspondence. I assume you never found their graves there, as you seem to have posted all of the Chadbournes that I was interested in in Eastport. But I believe they are there, per a cemetery transcription I looked at some 20 years ago. If you could, can you get a photo of the tombstones, if one exists? I could request a photo of each of the tombstones on Find A Grave, if you would prefer. I am just concerned that you DIDN'T post them - so are they really there?
|Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes||More on Chadbournes in Hillside Cemetery|
My notes also indicate that Major Josiah Dana, Dorothea Dolly (Milliken) Chadbourne's first husband is also buried there.
Just FYI. If you could check this out, it would be much appreciated. Again, my info is probably from a cemetery transcription at the Eastport library and is at least 20 years old.
I would post these four people but I a somewhat confused about what cemetery they are in, and I think you would have posted all of the Chadbourne's, if you could find them.
|Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes||Chadbournes in Hillside Cemetery|
Thank you for posting these graves. It has been a long time since I have been to Maine and/or researched these Chadbourne lines. My records said that they were all buried in Hillside East Cemetery, but because you have pictures, I assume that your info is better than mine and that they are buried in Hillside Cemetery, not Hillside East Cemetery.
However, my records also indicate that Ichabod Rollins Chadbourne, along with both his wives, Dorothea Dolly (Miliken) Chadbourne and Hannah (Lincoln) Chadbourne are buried in Hillside East Cemetery. Given your info, I assume I am incorrect and that they are buried in Hillside Cemetery with all the children. However, I am afraid to post these three "new" people to Find A Grave, since I presume you couldn't find them there when you visited and took pictures. I believe my info came from a cemetery transcription at the Eastport library, although it has been over 20 years and I really can't be sure now.
Do you live anywhere nearby to check either the library or cemetery? I would love these people to be entered on Find A Grave so that all their children could be linked to them.
Again, thank you for posting these graves.
|meist||RE: Turners in Robbinston|
thank you susan. i can't see well enough to read the third name and details for it, so it's a mystery to me. you have a lot of information about them on their memorials, are you a relative?
i know when 4 of their 6 children passed. edward, 1899 in seattle (my great great grandfather) levi 1915, and abraham 1933 in quincy, mass. amasa passed in 1906 augusta, me. i haven't found adline or james yet. i was hoping maybe amasa, adline or james were resting with edward and rachel. if you can figure out who the third person is, please, please let me know. thank you again, t~
Added by meist on Aug 23, 2014 12:12 PM
|meist||RE: rev edward and rachael turner|
thank you susan. sorry i forgot to mention their cemetery. they are in Robbinston Ridge Cemetery.
Added by meist on Aug 20, 2014 8:33 PM
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