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Robin Parker (#46847861)
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Bio Photo I'm descended from the Parker line from Chelmsford, Massachusetts originating from Great Burstead, Essex County, England. I've been to both places and can feel the connection from each spot.

This is what brought me to Findagrave. As I continue to expand the family tree, I search and research cemeteries linked to each branch in New England and abroad.
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William Carlson
Shirley M. Crowell memorial
This is a duplicate of memorial #5091407.
Added by William Carlson on Jun 22, 2016 8:32 PM
Hi Robin! I see you have a memorial up for George Chalmers for Oxbow Cemetery in VT. I just created a memorial for his wife Euphemia, there my 4th great grandparents. I have a photo for George's grave as well. I've started to link their children.

Would you like me to add photos and the information I have on them to your page or transfer the memorial over? Certainly if your related you can keep the page, I just would like to see them link up together along with there children. thanks.
Added by Stephanie on May 24, 2016 8:01 PM
RE: Apologies for messed up edits
Oh yes, Denise, I am still sitting on a few of your edits with changes to either the first of last name. I dont want to mess these up so Ill look into things when I dont feel rushed. A change might inadvertently create a duplicate monument.

Regarding Mary LeFevre and Earl LeFebvre". The spelling on headstone is LeFebvre and yes someone created dupes in 2016 to yours created in 2007. I already sent in merge requests for both of them. :)
Added by Denise on Apr 28, 2016 5:35 PM
RE: Apologies for messed up edits
No problem, Robin. I know I sent a lot of edits to add birth dates, links and maiden names. I was at the cemetery again today and got another 200 photos. I'm just going row by row. Many memorials already have photos but no one sent updates for birth/death dates so I'm just sending them as I go. I'm sure everything will work out in the end. I will also double check on the names you mentioned. Denise.
Added by Denise on Apr 28, 2016 5:20 PM
Dorothy M. Burns Daigle #18164735
Hello Robin,

I'm sorry to bother you again with an edit, but please remove Chester J. Daigle as the second spouse of Dorothy. The person who did the page for Chester has not responded to my message that she has the incorrect Dorothy.

Chester James Daigle, son of Arthur Joseph Daigle and Mary Wilson, was married on 01 Jan 1951 to Dorothy Mae Hathaway (not Dorothy M. Burns).

"New Hampshire Marriage Certificates, 1948-1959", database with images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 6 April 2016), Chester James Daigle and Dorothy Mae Hathaway, 1951.

Added by Gail on Apr 26, 2016 7:50 AM
Linda Hayward
RE: Chamberlin transfers
Rick, Thank you so much for transferring the Chamberlin memorials to me, I greatly appreciate it. Martha and Joseph were my great grandparents, and the others were aunts and uncles.
Added by Linda Hayward on Dec 01, 2015 12:45 AM
Marilyn (Green) Day
Thomas Hutchins, Heart Pond
Robin, Is there any way I can find out more about the Thomas Hutchins in Heart Pond cem. with no dates attached. I think he may be the one b. at Westford in 1763 who d. in 1847; two wives who were sisters, Esther and Abigail Prescott.


Added by Marilyn (Green) Day on Nov 01, 2015 2:10 PM
James Peck, CCA President
Jesse Parker (1814-1861)
Memorial# 31392473

Do you know anything about his brickmaking activities in Plaistow? He apparently owned land there and ran a brickyard around 1850.

I am researching brickyards in Plaistow.


Added by James Peck, CCA President on Sep 21, 2013 7:25 PM
Joe Cook
Richard Stratton
Thought you might want to add the wife of Richard Stratton (

To his wife:
Margaret Sheafe:

Also, Richard Stratton died April 1724, not March.

Added by Joe Cook on Apr 22, 2013 1:41 PM
annemarie naphen
Josephine F Naphen
Hi there
I was wondering if you are a relitvie of Josephine?
If so I am a Naphen as well
I do have some added info if you would like it

Thank you
Added by annemarie naphen on Feb 25, 2013 2:09 PM
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