|Susan Barrow Spaulding||Phineas Spalding - Plainfield Cemetery|
Was looking at the DOB for Phineas.
I believe there is a typo for his DOB. If he died in 1830 as his marker reads and he was 64 yrs old, his DOB would be 1766.
His DOB per the Spalding Memorial is March 15, 1766.
Susan Barrow Spaulding
Hi Lori! There was no disrespect at all.
He is just someone on a very far off removed branch of my tree...not an actual relation. I followed one family from Quebec into Vermont, and in a matter of weeks was led to all these other removed branches.
Added by nmgarza on Dec 28, 2013 6:24 PM
If you want to know anything about the Fitches from Cornish to add bios, get in touch with me.
My sister in law in Cornish was raised by them.
|gravehound club||Henry Grover|
My information came from a civil war website that I use online.
|Jen Snoots||Mabel Haverstock Fish, Rutland, Vt.|
Thanks for the info about Mabel! I was able to make links to her husband and father (you should make a memorial for her mother). By all means, if you have info about other folks I've listed here in Rutland, send it my way :)
|SiSsY||Re: Jesse Weaver|
Thanks for trying to find Jesse Weaver. Your time and effort are greatly appreciated.
Added by SiSsY on Aug 15, 2012 7:40 PM
|shirly hook||annette grover|
My great grandparents were Annette Grover and
Nelson LaFrancis. I have Nelson's gen., and now am working on Annette. My grandfathers middle name was Grover.
You are doing wonderful work....
I would like to meet you sometime.
|Debby (Patt) Margiotta||RE: Grovers|
The relatives on my mothers side which are in Pleasantview,Hillcrest,Cavendish Village, and Cavendish Center are:
Thanks for the offer but I will be up there in May and like to get as many pics as I can.
|Debby (Patt) Margiotta||Grovers|
I live in TN now and I do and have gone into VT and taken pics in Hillcrest Cemetery. The Grovers are related very distantly and I probably forgot when we went. Chapin Grover is husband of sister in law of 1st cousin once removed. So I will be transferring them to you. We go back home (CT) usually in May and then drive up to VT for overnight and try to hit as many cemeteries as we can that I have found relatives in. Yes, we are set to go in May this year but primarily we are going to Cavendish Village and to visit relatives.
Went to GG Natl Cemetery to take pics of Haverstock headstones and went to post and discovered they were already taken. How are you related to the Haverstocks? My grandfather's sister was Laura Schmiedel-Haverstock. thanks, Kim
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