|Robin Parker (#46847861)|
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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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|rick pickwick||RE: joshua bayley|
haha I never looked at that for a transfer. this old dog just learned something new. haha
thanks, I will go and check it out.
|rick pickwick||joshua bayley|
I am related to Joshua Bayley. He was my 5th great grandfather. Are you related? If not would you consider a transfer?
|GEORGE C DEBLOIS||George deblois|
Can you tell me why you established and took a photo of my father's grave
|Darrell and Joan Mansur||Mary (or Marah) Parker Warren|
That reminds me, Robin: Would you by chance have photos and enough info for memorials for Joseph Warren's parents, Mary (or Marah) Parker and Ephraim Warren (who are likely buried in West Townsand)? If so and you create them, please let me know so I can add the links to Joseph's memorial (18169598).
|Greg Volk||RE: Edward Spaulding|
His father, Edward Sr. (5004692) "Arrived in Jamestown, Virginia colony in 1619 [and was] One of the founders of Chelmsford, Massachusetts." I have no direct proof of his birth, but am convinced it was in America, either Virginia or Mass. Thanks.
|James Peck, CCA President||Jesse Parker (1814-1861)|
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.
|McKenzie & Powell Families||Duplicates?|
I see what you mean now. Perhaps, Mrs Chamberlain could be updated to show the differences. Sorry I didn't look at this closer, so that I wouldn't bother you about it. Would you like me to do some research? I'm always ready to help other contributors.
|McKenzie & Powell Families||Duplicates|
One of these 2 memorials needs to be corrected and/or deleted so as to not confuse those searching for information on Rebecca (Rebekah) Chamberlain.
1) Mrs. Rebekah Chamberlain
Birth: unknown Death: Aug. 12, 1775
Burial: Forefathers Burial Ground Chelmsford Center
Middlesex County Massachusetts, USA
Created by: Robin Parker Record added: 3/4/2007 Find A Grave Memorial#18168104
a duplicate to another one that you entered earlier:
2) Rebekah Chamberlain
Birth:unknown Death:Aug. 31, 1775
Burial: Forefathers Burial Ground Chelmsford Center Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Created by: Robin Parker Record Added 3/4/2007
Find A Grave Memorial #18168103
|Joe Cook||Richard Stratton|
Thought you might want to add the wife of Richard Stratton (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=stratton&GSfn=richard&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1724&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=18169538&df=all&)
To his wife:
Also, Richard Stratton died April 1724, not March.
Added by Joe Cook on Apr 22, 2013 1:41 PM
|G. Abbott||RE: What do you want me to do?|
I think you are right, and that was the same conclusion I saw, too. I just wanted you to have the info, in case you were working on them. Can you link where it is possible? It may help me locate my 4-ggf, a very elusive man. :)
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