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I am originally from Monson, Maine. I have lived in Haverhill, MA. since 1988. Before going on disability, I worked in chemical labs. I am a 1981 graduate of the University of Maine at Orono. I belong to All Saints Catholic Church in Haverhill and altar serve at funerals I enjoyed discussing family genealogy with my father, when he was alive. After my parents death, I became very involved in researching my family tree. My roots include Swedish, Irish, English, and French Canadian. I am researching the surnames of Boutin, Kelly, Sandberg, Peterson, Carlberg, Brown, Mountain, Mooers, and Morrill. Many of my ancestors were buried in the Milo, Brownville, Sebec, and Monson, Maine area. I love corresponding with cousins and fellow genealogy buffs.
Please do not copy my photos without asking. I do not want any of my photos copied to Ancestry.com.
Kyla Sandberg (AKA Doves)
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|Carrie for Charles E. Tatem||RE: David Tatem|
Hi. David Tatem was my fathers cousin. He originated this account, and created David's memorial. I've just been trying to continue keeping the page going.I didn't know David very well, but what I knew of him I liked.
I believe we may be relatives. I am a descendent of Peter Morrill (30731324) through Dorcas Hall (Morrill) Mayo, Sarah Thurston Hall (Mayo) (Hall) Thomas (112043638), Abbie White (Hall) Best, and Emir (Best) Boughton. I will be traveling to Maine Friday for a few days and I would like to search for some relatives. I was wondering if you could guide me. I am interested in finding the cemetery and monument for Stephen Hall, the first husband of Sarah Thurston Hall Mayo and Father of Abbie White (Hall) Best. He was living in Frankfurt, ME when Abbie was born. He died three years later in Norway, ME - also the place of his birth. His will was probated in South Paris, ME.
Don Boughton (Bouton)
|Carleen ||Re: Asa Burnham Angove #45394291|
I have just found your memorial on Asa Angove. I believe I am related to him. Do you know anything about his son James William Angove?
Could you please write to me at our email address - firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much.
Carleen London Ferguson
Added by Carleen on Sep 24, 2013 3:54 PM
|Steve Moores||Rebecca Mitchell Mooers|
Please contact me privately re: your request. I may have more information for you.
|Lori T||Silas & Elizabeth Brown|
Kyla, I've transferred all the Sornberger's to you, as I'm not a relative. I've also made the changes you suggested on Jean 'Brown' Sornberger. I did not find Jean's parents (Silas & Elizabeth) listed in the Georgetown Cemetery spreadsheet I have.
Let me know if you have more questions and I'll answer them the best I can. Take care.
Added by Lori T on Sep 22, 2012 11:22 AM
I have transfered Elizabeth to you. If you have any others you want transfered would you please go directly to the memorial and request through the edit button, it is just easier and less apt to make any mistakes.
Thanks, Enjoy Elizabeth, if I can help any more just let me know.
Added by Eileen on Sep 22, 2012 7:27 AM
|Jo C||Mason Brown|
Hello ~ I attempted to photo your great uncle's grave marker a few years ago and just wanted to be sure you are still "active" before I bring you up to date. ~ Jo C
Added by Jo C on Sep 04, 2012 10:04 PM
Thank you. I've added the information as requested.
Added by Angela on Feb 02, 2012 8:41 AM
|Tim & Grace||Flagstaff Cemetery|
At least the cemetery photos are correct. Flagstaff Cemetery was re-loacted to Eustis, Maine before 1950 when they finished the dam and created Flagstaff Lake. The towns of Flagstaff, Dead River and Bigelow have been under water for over 60 years.
One of the photos that I posted for Flagstaff Cemetery is the Mill Stone. It shows up on the memorials that don't have any other photos.
I was down at Hanscom AFB in Lexington, Mass. my last 9 years in the Air Force. I have been back in Maine since 1994.
Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330
Live Long and Prosper \V/,
|Stone Finders||RE: Thank You|
You are welcome. I like to so family go to family
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