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Pauline Merrick (#47600334)
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Bio Photo Genealogy and American History are my passions. That being said, I recognize that Find A Grave is a Memorial site, not a Genealogy site. But it is a great research tool, and as such should be made as correct as possible.
My "home" cemetery is Brookfield Cemetery, in Worcester county Massachusetts. I try to fulfill photo requests in the immediate area whenever possible.
I want these memorials to be in the hands of family members - if this is your 3x great uncle, he means more to you than to me! So, please ask, I will transfer.
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Rebecca Adams Memorial# 63876647
Added photo also photo of her husband Daniel memorial
Added by DeadFred on Apr 28, 2016 8:26 PM
Lt. Albert H. Mellen
I am sure I am late to the game on this one, but I just ran across a grave for Lt Albert H. Mellen in Brunswick County, NC, where he died. You have one for the same person in MA.

Soooo, what is the ruling on the duplicate graves?

My husband's family has a marker for a son who died and was buried in a Civil War prison camp. But there is no grave for the young man in the family plot, just the marker.

Lt. Mellen is not in my family tree. Not long ago I was in the Old Brunswick Burial ground taking pictures of headstone art. Today I was going through the pix. One is Lt. Mellen. I looked up info for him on Find A Grave and found the duplicates.

Looking forward to your response.

Added by KYCarney on Mar 25, 2016 10:06 AM
Gloria Barnes
RE: Johnsons in Brookfield, MA
Thank you. Gloria
Added by Gloria Barnes on Feb 12, 2016 1:40 PM
Gloria Barnes
RE: Johnsons in Brookfield, MA
Mary Abbott Johnson would be my 3rd cousin 3 X removed. Gloria Barnes
Added by Gloria Barnes on Feb 12, 2016 9:12 AM
Gloria Barnes
RE: Johnsons in Brookfield, MA
Hi Pauline - My dates for Mary Abbott Johnson came from a book called "The Stowell Genealogy" by William Harrison Stowell in 1970. Mary is listed on page 406. You can view the book at My family is in the book too and I have not found errors yet. Gloria Barnes
Added by Gloria Barnes on Feb 12, 2016 9:09 AM
Andrew L.
RE: Rev's Henry & James Kilbourn
Rev. James Kilbourne was in Conn. until 1857, Illinois until 1867 then Racine. No mention of Ohio in his bio. Kilbourn book 1 p. 272 & Kilbourn book 2 p. 143
Added by Andrew L. on Jan 09, 2016 7:28 AM
Andrew L.
RE: Rev's Henry & James Kilbourn
Rev. James Kilbourn was alive on June 3, 1880 (census) in Racine with 2d wife and four sons, he was dead the next month, it's nearly obvious he was buried with family in Mound cem., Racine, other wise it's a good place holder, until a burial record can be located. No?

I'll get back to you on the Kenyon College question soon.

Thanks, Andy (1/2) Kilbourne
Added by Andrew L. on Jan 09, 2016 6:47 AM
Magnus Carrero
Cheater weller
I would like to know more about his hard life. I have been thru hell and back and since his grave is on my way to work, I will adopt him. I take care of many soldiers in this area. I can't stand to see someone who gave his life for our country go forgotten. They deserve a clean space and a flag; at the least!
Added by Magnus Carrero on Dec 11, 2015 5:04 PM
Magnus Carrero
RE: Chester Weller photo
Can you tell me about him?
Added by Magnus Carrero on Dec 11, 2015 11:01 AM
RE: Phille and Joel Hawes
This is what I found in the Find A Grave Rules.

First Name
First name of the deceased. Put the entire first name (if known), even if the grave marker is only an initial. Do not include titles or other prefixes in the First Name field.

Added by Trisha on Dec 02, 2015 9:05 PM
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