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I try to be as accurate as possible with my submissions. If you find any errors contact me. use the "Edit" tab at the memorial and then "Suggest a correction" to send me any updated information or corrections. |
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|granscrap||Capt Nehemiah Tinker|
Hello, John. Memorial # 46517888 is an ancestor of my late husband. The headstone is an example of the Merrimac Valley Style stone originated by another of his ancestors. Would you please include the inscription on the stone on his memorial as it is fading away.
The mortal remains of Capt Nehemiah Tinker sleep in silence beneath this stone: he died March 17th 1783 in ye 42d year of his age
|brianz190||Mary Snow FAG# 77729193|
Hi John, The gravestone photo for William Snow's wife has been added. Her maiden name by the way is Johnson, daughter of Thomas Johnson 17 Mar 1705 - 1752 And his Wife who was also his first cousin, Mary Johnson 04 May 1713 - 12 May 1752, Both born in Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut and both died in Spencertown, Columbia, New York. William's wife Mary Johnson was born 28 Apr 1748 in Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut and died in Ashford. They were married 06 Jun 1770 in Ashford.
|George "Buddy" Hartmann||Robert Burnham|
I did a copy so I could blow up the stone pic of Robt. Burnham (Memorial# 77646853) and when you enlarge it it says infant sons of R.B. & L.C. TRUSCOTT, my guess the last name of Burnham was used for their middle names BUT they never survived....
Did a search on Find A Grave for R B Truscott and the closest one is in Maine....
What do you think ????
|Sharon||Stephen Maples Jr. Mem. #47131765|
John, I think I might have made a mistake with my edit suggestion of his birth year. Some of my family records say 1721; others say 1731. It's very hard to see on the headstone if it says in his 20th year or 29th year. I would say redo his birth year for 1721. Sorry about inconveniencing you with edit. Thanks.
Added by Sharon on Mar 26, 2015 11:05 PM
I sent an edit giving you a birth date. I wanted to let you know that this information comes from History of the Reed family in Europe and America
I have been using this book to learn about the Reads in my family tree. Amos is just a 6th great grand uncle, but interesting info in the book. The book says his wife was Mary Bennett of Scituate RI, died Jan 11, 1831. Mercy must be a nickname. Book does not give a birth date for her just a marriage date. It also list all their children. I will look around the book and see if any of the other graves can be linked as children.
Also Asa Read died 13 Aug 1814 was born 29 Jul 1748.
I found the grave for Jerusha, his second wife, but not a grave for Phebe Kinne, his first wife.
Thanks for the work you do
Added by Yvonne on Mar 16, 2015 2:58 PM
|Old Warren Cemetery||Adel Rinkinen|
Thank you John for the transfer, I will now be able to link her husband, as he is buried right next to her, but I didn't see him listed. I am not sure, but I think there may be a child there also, but without a stone possibly, last name is KING.
Thank you John in transferring Isaac to me!
Added by kdxdot on Mar 08, 2015 1:17 PM
|Barbara||Re: Memorial #89201005|
Memorial #8920005 is apparently the son of my grandfather's first wife, Helen Patterson. The baby boy was either born dead or died shortly after his birth as did his mother, Helen. I didn't know he was named Raymond Elwyn. Can you tell me where you found that information?
Raymond Elwyn was the name of my uncle who was the first son of my grandfather's 2nd marriage to Luceille Madeleine Slee. Raymond Elwyn was born 4 years after Helen Patterson and her baby boy died.
I never knew the baby boy who died was actually given a name so would love to know where you found that information.
Added by Barbara on Mar 04, 2015 7:03 PM
Thank you so much in transferring my family to me! Have a wonderful day.
Added by kdxdot on Feb 28, 2015 7:34 AM
|Matthew||John E Karlson|
John E Karlson was my great Uncle that I just discovered. Thank you for posting the graves of his family. His brother Ernst Joel Carlson was my great grandfather. I was curious if there was any other information about John Karlson or his family
Added by Matthew on Feb 26, 2015 2:32 PM
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