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Found a Tombstone 14 years ago with same name as my Father it started me down the Genealogy road.|
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|richard f. vernon||Richard Longstreet bio|
Hello, My name is Richard Fenimore Vernon, formerly of Burlington, N.J., now living in Daytona, Fla. Richard Longstreet, is my GGrandfather, and he was married multiple times, and I would like to add to the bio, my GGrandmother, Lydia A. Applegate, as his wife, and his children, his daughter Mary Elizabeth Longstreet, and his son Andrew J. Longstreet.
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|MissKitty||Corbin family gravestone photos|
May I also have your permission to download other Corbin family members? I see you have a number of the Corbin parents/children from the Corbin Cemetery in Dudley, MA.
|MissKitty||Capt. Samuel Corbin gravestone photo|
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Capt. Samuel Corbin (Memorial# 76841850)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Shari Hanson Frey||Tombstone Photo|
Could you add your great tombstone photo you added to Charles Austin Carpenter: Find A Grave# 90061305 also to his father Frederick Carpenter: Find A Grave# 90061148 since they share the same stone?
I put in a photo request.
|Lynda Puakea||John Chandler|
I just found your photo of John Chandlerʻs gravestone... he was my 9X great grand uncle! May I use the photo on my private family tree? I always give credit to the photographers who allow me to use their photos. Thanks very much,
|Louise||RE: Edward Babbitt|
Thanks, it seems like there is always a family mystery to work out. Good Luck. Louise
Added by Louise on Sep 05, 2014 6:53 PM
|Adelina N Healy||RE: Carter, Capt. William|
His grave stone no longer has a S.A.R. marker. We the DAR are in the process of identifying Revolutionary Patriots who are buried in Dudley, MA. We have to provide birth, death and service records. No easy task.
|Adelina N Healy||william carter|
You mentioned that this grave site had a S.A.R. marker when you took this picture. I did not see one when I visited his grave site. We the D.A.R. are in the process of identifying Revolutionary Patriots who are buried here in Dudley. I think the Captain had a son with the same name who was a private and is buried in Woodstock, CT. I did not see his name on your list. Any help you can offer will be appreciated. This is a tedious job as the DAR wants birth, death, and service records. They can only do five per year. The way it is going my great granddaughters will have to pick up the slack. I will continue on. I believe there are at least 70 buried here in Dudley. Thank you very much!
|Carolyn Troupe Stoll||RE: Tourtellotte|
Who was your great grand mother? We are more then likely related.
|Carolyn Troupe Stoll||Tourtellotte families|
I have requested a number of their memorials
they are related to my mother. By any chance are you related to the family?
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