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Mary Cook (#46612950)
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Barbara Maitland
I have attached your photo of Mary Jane Riddell to my husband's family tree. If this is not okay, please let me know and I will remove it.
Thank you,
Added by Barbara Maitland on Jun 01, 2014 12:26 PM
John Fitch
Daniel & Hugh McClallen
I note that there a Rev. Daniel McClallen (b. abt. 1737) and a Hugh McClallen (b. 1744) both buried at Chandler Hill Cem., Colrain, MA. Do you know if and how they are related? Thanks.
John T. Fitch
Added by John Fitch on May 16, 2014 4:03 PM
Dolores Davidson
RE: Abigail Elizabeth Anthony Lewis
There are very poor records for West Mina Cemetery, she is probably there but many burial records are missing
Added by Dolores Davidson on Feb 12, 2014 10:41 AM
Julie Ward Bujalski
RE: Sylvia Wentland Bujalski
Thanks Mary! Sylvia was my mother-in-law. I'm married to her son Tom. She was a blessing in our lives and we will miss her always. I'd love to hear more about your time with her at school. Please send me a private message. Kind Regards, Julie
Added by Julie Ward Bujalski on Dec 17, 2013 8:06 AM
Beckie Howe
RE: Harriet S. Lewis & children
I went to the library today to see if I could find the obituaries. I had no luck, but I will try other newspapers at other libraries.
I did get Fred and Elizabeth's tombstone pictures. They were on the left side of the stone. The four smaller stones are in each corner, with the large stone in the center.
Harriet's stone is very hard to read. I tried brushing it. I think it is a little easier to read now. You probably know if you click on the pictures, it makes them bigger and easier to read.
Added by Beckie Howe on Nov 01, 2013 8:38 PM
Beckie Howe
RE: Harriet S. Lewis & children
Thank you for the info.
I reloaded my camera chip and zoomed in on Ferd.'s tombstone again. His middle initial is H not N.
It is raining today, but when I get back over to Mina, I will try to get clearer pictures of Harriet and Fred.'s look for Fred.
Sometimes if I go a different time of the day, I get a better picture.
Added by Beckie Howe on Oct 31, 2013 10:44 AM
Beckie Howe
RE: Harriet S. Lewis & children
Hi Mary,
I think Ferd. N Anthony is an abbreviation for Ferdinand. It's definitely not Fred as there is a period after Ferd. The middle initial is "N" and his death year is 1898.
Harriet's birth year is 1835 on her stone, but as you probably know, stones aren't always correct. I think sometimes people subtracted the age from the year they died and came up with the wrong year of birth because of the month they were born.
I do have to go back over to Mina. There were a couple of stones I couldn't find. I will look for your Fred Anthony at that time.

Do you have the month and date that Ferd., Fred and Harriet died. I could try to find their obituaries for you. They might answer some questions.
Added by Beckie Howe on Oct 31, 2013 8:27 AM
Paula Exum
Hugh McClellan
I found a Hugh McClellan with all the same info except the last name was spelled Mclellan. Also found him in a story where he was in Shay's Rebillion. I found this on the internet by just typing in his name. Is this the same person
Added by Paula Exum on Aug 14, 2013 4:36 PM
Paula Exum
Added by Paula Exum on Aug 14, 2013 4:32 PM
Jonathan Laing
RE: George R Anthony

Unfortunately, this site was in bad condition and only the listed were found, Sorry I didn't have more then that.

Added by Jonathan Laing on Jun 17, 2013 12:20 PM
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